In combatting fake news, Oschenreiter plans to do on-the-spot, exclusive coverage from Berlin, Eastern Europe, eastern Ukraine and Syria. He is widely considered to be a Syria and Middle East expert.
In 1995 he was one of the authors in the Roland Bubik anthology Wir 89er , in which twelve representatives of a generation of “young conservatives” presented their 1968 opposition movement.
Ochsenreiter, today a journalistic heavyweight, was also one of the youngest editors while heading the department Zeitgeist & Lebensart of the Berlin weekly Junge Freiheit.
Thorsten Thaler , deputy editor-in-chief of Junge Freiheit , has praised Ochsenreiter’s contributions to the understanding of the rise of Islamism and leftist radicalism.
Ochsenreiter was editor-in-chief of the German Military Journal (DMZ) from 2004 to 2011, but during this time, the coalition red-green federal government prohibited the libraries and specialist information centers of the Bundeswehr to continue to source the journal because it was part of the “right-wing extremist spectrum”.
Readers of FWM are already familiar with Oschenreiters fearless contributions from the conflict-ridden Syria as well as Donbass.