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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.

 

 

 

Perceptions of the US’s role in global security are changing

MunichPerceptions of the US's role in global security are changing, because according to a Gallup poll, citizens of four NATO nations believe Russia would defend them rather than the United States, Bloomberg reported on Friday.

Trump urges Gulf states to pay for ‘safe zones’ from Syrian conflict

Melbourne, FloridaPresident Donald Trump told supporters at a rally in Florida that Gulf states should pay for the creation of “safe zones” to resolve the conflict in Syria.

Wilders to make rare public appearance for campaign start

RotterdamSecurity will have their hands full as Geert Wilders starts his election campaign today in Spijkenisse, a suburb of the Freedom Party stronghold of Rotterdam, the Netherlands.

French media mum after attack on Korean tourists in Paris

ParisThe Korean embassy has issued a warning to tourists who want to visit Paris, after a bus transporting visitors was attacked by black and Arab youths in Seine-Saint-Denis, an immigrant neighbourhood, the South Korean agency Yonap reported.

‘Americans cannot care more for your children’

Brussels“Americans cannot care more for your children’s future security than you do,” Defence secretary James Mattis said in his first speech to NATO allies in Brussels.

Flynn’s political assassination whips up more anti-Russian sentiment

WashingtonMembers of the unelected, unaccountable US intelligence community have targeted a senior aide to president Donald Trump by leaking anonymously to newspapers the content of classified phone intercepts, while whipping up more anti-Russian sentiment.

Danish journalist Iben Thranholm: ‘Does this make me a Russian agent?’

INTERVIEWThe Danish journalist Iben Thranholm is branded as a “pro-Russian propagandist” by EU task force EastStracom.

Five Parisian areas turned into no-go zones as rioters shout ‘Allahu Akbar’

ParisAt least five suburbs in the north of Paris have become no-go zones as France struggles with renewed immigrant violence. Rioters shouted 'Allahu Akbar' during continuing violent protests last night where a car was set on fire.

NATO has become obsolete because it no longer enhances security

President Donald Trump has once again highlighted the question of Europe’s relationship with NATO, as the alliance had only a single purpose previously: to protect Western Europe from a Soviet invasion.

Swiss vote easier naturalisation for third-generation immigrants

On Sunday Swiss voters made it easier for third-generation immigrants to become citizens of their country.

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