445. Press Freedom Day
445. Press Freedom Day

445. Press Freedom Day

Vienna 05/10/2023

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30 years ago, on December 20, 1993, the United Nations declared May 3rd as World Press Freedom Day. Perhaps 100 years ago the press had a degree of freedom. Not so long ago it was taken for granted to read different positions in the newspapers on many subjects. Today’s “freedom of the press” is very one-sided. At least when it comes to evaluating world events. With a delay of three years, the newspapers point to political mistakes in connection with the plandemic. These articles would have been branded as conspiracy propaganda by the same press two years ago.

The most glaring expression of the violation of freedom of expression is the fate of Julian Assange. His “crime” was to release evidence of US military crimes in Iraq. In the Coollateral Killers article, you can watch a video documenting the killing of a group of civilians by the crews of two US Army military helicopters.

The law-loving state has decided to leave those responsible for this war crime alone – no trial is pending against the perpetrators of the proven crime. According to the US, Julian Assange is guilty. He is accused of releasing a top secret film and espionage.

Julian Assange on the balcony of the Ecuadorian Embassy in London in 2016.

Uncovering the dirty truth about wars, no matter which side wages them, is crucial to preventing future wars.

No spy publishes information obtained for intelligence purposes. These are strictly protected goods. Even the information that a country has received documents confiscated by spies is strictly confidential. This is not about the rule of law – the law is here to intimidate journalists into not publishing facts that are inconvenient for the authorities.

Celebrating Press Freedom Day in so-called Western civilizations is equivalent to the same euphemism as saying that any country without access to the sea or ocean, e.g. B. Mongolia or Chad, would celebrate the day of the sea.

There must be a reason we don’t celebrate July 20th as Staged Moon Landing Day. On that day, July 20, 1969, a film about this event, shot in the Nevada desert, was shown to the whole world. You could say that this is an expression of freedom of the press, as NASA was free to publish its lies. Except that all doubts were and are censored, through mockery and further distortions, and if that doesn’t help, also through murders.

Freedom of the press – symbolic photo.

Author of the article: Marek Wojcik

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