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Kevork Almassian
Der Spiegel sacks its star journalist, Claas Relotius, the winner of the German Reporter Award 2018 because he falsified stories "on a grand scale." We were called conspiracy theorists when we mentioned the fake stories coming from . Now how many Relotius still on the job?
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SantaKlaus Dec 20
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Redhawk Dec 20
Try the BBC and their brigade of spook agents that work for them. Plenty to go on there.
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luminaria98 Dec 20
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The term Lügenpresse remains accurate with respect to much of the German media. Recall the in when hundreds of women were assaulted and robbed and it remained unreported for days - f
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luminaria98 Dec 20
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Claas Relotius was published by mainstream German media for years and has won numerous awards. Do you seriously believe that no one has complained that his work was highly inaccurate and biased?
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Malinka🔸Tanya P Dec 20
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Albert Lanier Dec 20
Apparently he is another FNR: Fake News Reporter.
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Albert Lanier Dec 20
"Presstitute press" Great phrase I prefer my own phrase though: Whoremonger Media which how I refer to TV news...
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Albert Lanier Dec 20
In this case, its only the advertisers that are satisfied...
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Albert Lanier Dec 20
Isn't that Fox News new slogan?
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Albert Lanier Dec 20
NEWS AT FIRST BITE Now Playing
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[̺̫̣̼̻́͐́́͠b̨̫͑͒̉͊̾͘elg] rade Dec 20
The twin brothers Luke Harding and that German Ropkke (or whatever the spelling) no like dis! 😉😂😂😂🤑
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G.Kobati Dec 20
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People do not know thatArabic speaking countries listen to many different views on the same subjects. Others do not have that chance.
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Ghassan Asfahani Dec 21
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Is there a link to the article he wrote about the Syrian boy and made him win the CNN Journalist of the year award in 2014? It would be interesting to read 😅
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Lucia Gerber Dec 21
Can't find it but here's a piece from 2017, about "children who dream of a queen named Merkel".
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