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Free West Media news site from Europe’s perspective

This new media outlet has the aim to present a broad and unbiased daily coverage of European and world wide news from a western perspective.

The people of Europe are revolting. They reject the old parties that have ruled for decades and they demand access to propaganda free news reports. In Germany, this mistrust in old time’s media manifests itself most clearly in the German slogan “Lügenpresse”.

In times when the system media is more concerned about protecting the current political leadership from the citizen’s scrutiny than to serve as the advocate of the public, Free West Media will offer the peoples of Europe a voice.

The political landscape of Europe is changing. New parties and movements grow from below, propelled by enthusiastic grassroots. Parties like Alternative für Deutschland, Front National and Freiheitliche Partei Österreich gain momentum, in spite of harsh opposition from the establishment and harassment from street thugs. Even more so, the old establishment parties that like to call them “populist” are slowly and silently adapting their policies to mimic those new rivals in the hope of stopping the flight of the voters, thus proving the “populists” right.

The establishment press has shown a weak ability to adapt to this new reality, serving more as a propaganda channel and defender of the collapsing order. Therefore it is time to replace it.

Free West Media is not connected to any political party or organisation, and will scrutinize any one and any thing for the benefit of the public in an objective and unbiased manner, the way real journalism should be performed.

 

 

 

French academic proposes Muslim apartheid state in France

A French academic has suggested creating a Muslim apartheid state within France in order to prevent a coming clash.

‘Cultural Exchange – also in Crimea’

INTERVIEWFreeWestMedia spoke with Hans-Joachim Frey, German cultural manager and former Director at the Semperoper in Dresden, about the effects of the anti-Russian sanctions in the field of culture.

Merkel’s coalition talks stalled as disagreements on migration persist

With the deadline just hours away, German chancellor Angela Merkel's CDU/CSU, Greens and FDP put their negotiations on ice at 4:30 in the morning local time.

Robert Mugabe’s fate uncertain after bloodless coup hits Zimbabwe

The Zimbabwean president, Robert Mugabe, has been deposed of by soldiers who surrounded his official and private residences, as well as other government buildings in what amounts to a bloodless coup.

Toulouse parents decide to call their baby Jihad

A couple called their newborn Jihad this summer in Toulouse. In a context marked by terrorism, this choice was the subject of a report to the public prosecutor.

Crimea: Promising Perspectives

INTERVIEWVienna-based, well known business firm owner Kirstin Stanzel about the problems and chances of the economic perspectives between Europe and Russia.

Prince Charles faces fury over letter charging US ‘Jewish lobby’

Britain's future king has unleashed a storm after a letter he reportedly penned in 1986 was released, in which he said the US should "take on the Jewish lobby".

AfD sues Kassel’s international art fair directors

Documenta, Germany’s leading contemporary art festival which takes place every five years in the city of Kassel, was sued before the completion of an audit due in November by the AfD.

Diseases eradicated generations ago brought into Germany by migrants

A female anaesthetist working in German hospitals, told The Express that the German health service was being overwhelmed by the influx migrants with unknown diseases who refuse to be treated by female doctors.

Austria’s Freedom Party swap cornflowers for edelweiss

Members of Austria's Freedom Party on Thursday did not display their usual blue cornflowers which matches the party's colours. Leftists have maintained that the blue flower is associated with Nazism.

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