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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.

 

 

 

The amazing surge of the Brexit Party

LondonIn the dispute over the new Brexit Plan of Prime Minister Theresa May, the Conservative Party has plunged in one of the last polls before the European elections. Only seven percent of voters would vote for the Tories, according to a survey.

French candidates for European elections focus only on immigration

Marine Le Pen invited the Yellow Vests to vote for the list led by the National Rally candidate Jordan Bardella to stop rising Islamism, while Nicolas Dupont-Aignan called for birth control in Africa.

South Africa’s FF Plus party ‘could have done even better’

During South Africa's recent parliamentary elections, the Freedom Front Plus almost trebled its number of votes to 414 844 and the number of its MPs in the national parliament increased from 4 to 10. Dan Roodt spoke to a long-standing and prominent party member, Werner Weber.

Some 40 000 Yellow Vests march for Act XXVII

On Saturday, May 18, Yellow Vest protesters were once again mobilized in Reims, Lyon, and Paris.

Largest housing concern in Germany sees growth in migrant tenants

Around one in ten new tenants of the largest housing company in Germany comes either from Syria, Afghanistan or Iraq. And their CEO sees room for growth.

Twelve European patriotic parties represented in Milan

MilanRepresentatives of twelve patriotic parties of the Old Continent will gather on Saturday, May 18 in Italy, just days ahead of the European elections.

Teacher suspended after suggesting that Salvini kills migrants

PalermoAn Italian teacher was suspended after her students were encouraged to denounce Interior Minister and League party leader Matteo Salvini as a murderous fascist dictator. She had instigated her young students "to say that Salvini is like Hitler because he exterminates the migrants" a League member explained.

‘French prisons are overcrowded jihadist incubators’

To combat prison overcrowding, the French government plans to create some 7 000 additional places by 2022. The rise in inmates has coincided with a surge in immigration.

EU: A playground for interference

Brussels' functionary elites are nervous about “Russian meddling” in the upcoming EU elections. In the meantime they keep all gates open for US and Israeli interference in European politics.

German Youtuber assaulted after AfD’s First Free Media Conference

BerlinThe extremely successful First Free Media Conference in the German Bundestag was hosted and attended by many courageous politicians of the AfD party and hundreds of free media workers including Oliver Flesch.

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