Nacionālistu - populistu kustība

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Nacionālistu - populistu kustība

Ziņa tas_pats » Piektd Mai 25, 2018 12:20 am

Stīva Bannona intevija 2018 gadā Budapeštā ziņu kompānijai Euronews.

http://www.euronews.com/2018/05/24/stev ... -interview

Euronews' Bryan Carter sat down with former White House chief strategist and Breitbart co-founder Steve Bannon in Budapest. The pair spoke for around 45 minutes about the populist movements in Europe, the policies of the Trump administration and the role of the media.
You can watch the full exchange on the video above.
Here are a few bookmarks to guide you through the video:
Beginning: About nationalism and Donald Trump’s victory

6’ on Bannon’s “badge of honour quote”
15’ on Bannon’s attacking style and the “danger” of nationalism
20’ on Italy and its new government
24’ On Victor Orban and Hungary
30’ on Germany’s role in Nato
36 on Trump and Islamophobia
38 on the future of the European Union
42’ on Cambridge Analytica

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Re: Nacionālistu - populistu kustība

Ziņa Marek_De_Marko » Piektd Aug 17, 2018 8:41 pm

https://www.rt.com/news/434169-bannon-right-wing-soros/
Stīvs Bennons veido savu, labējā flangam Sorosa Fonda līdzenieku

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Re: Nacionālistu - populistu kustība

Ziņa tas_pats » Cetd Sep 06, 2018 10:49 am

Stop giving Steve Bannon's white nationalist nonsense a platform already
What is different about interviewing Steve Bannon then say, Sarah Huckabee Sanders or Ivanka Trump? It’s a question that media outlets and platforms are grappling with in real time. The most recent example of this was The New Yorker’s recently reversed decision to have former Trump adviser Steve Bannon headline the magazine's annual festival in October.

The New Yorker’s editor, David Remnick, initially defended the invitation by saying that he had “every intention of asking [Bannon] difficult questions and engaging in a serious and even combative conversation.” But that’s not enough anymore.

For a long time, the media was allegedly tasked with showing “both sides” of issues. This meant that if you interviewed a conservative politician about something, you were also supposed to interview a liberal one as well. Unfortunately, this often well-meaning attempt at evenhandedness has increasingly resulted in false equivalency. Because not all opinions are created equal. And not everyone deserves a platform.
Kopumā, Amerikas liberāļi aun kājās lai ierobežotu "Bannon's white nationalist nonsense", kas īsti vairs neiekļaujas standarta demokrātijas definīcijā, bet vairāk līdzinās propagandas standartiem, kad nav gatavi caurspīdīgai diskusijai.

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