Europe media coalition launches new guide for covering migrants and minorities

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Europe media coalition launches new guide for covering migrants and minorities

That document is recommended reading if you want to see what the corpse of journalistic integrity looks like from the inside.
Great find, Brian! It's like a Newspeak training guide for cucks who aren't yet fluent in it. The reader is told what not to think, say or write about Moslems, Jews and Gypsies, and it seems American journalists ghost-wrote it for these ninnies.

It's pretty hardcore stuff.
 

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Interesting that they are funded by the EU while at the same time get to claim that the document in no way reflects the views of the EU.
It's the EU's way of having plausible deniability.



The document can be read here in image form, in case any of you want to highlight certain pages:
https://imgur.com/a/ZzRTR

You can see NEAR FM was one of the Irish partners in creating the document. The rest of the names are not attached to their organisation.

Anyone know more about NEAR FM? Are they another mass immigration propaganda outlet and who is funding then?
http://nearfm.ie/
I notice they have podcasts on various immigration topics.

 

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Just wanted to post the organisations these people belong to. There are three 'Pavee' which means they are over-represented.

 
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Galway County Councillor for Fine Gael . "Peter is particularly interested in the revitalisation of small local towns."

Gotta love that one. American companies like Hormel and Swift fired their American workforce after they broke their unions and after it didn't work out with the scabs, hired Mexicans, Somalis and Hmong at bargain-basement wages, all in the name of "revitalizing" small towns.

Meat-packing went from being one of the best-paid blue-collar positions with excellent benefits, to one of the lowest-paid and most dangerous, all thanks to greed and open borders.
 
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Galway County Councillor for Fine Gael . "Peter is particularly interested in the revitalisation of small local towns."

Gotta love that one. American companies like Hormel and Swift fired their American workforce after they broke their unions and after it didn't work out with the scabs, hired Mexicans, Somalis and Hmong at bargain-basement wages, all in the name of "revitalizing" small towns.

Meat-packing went from being one of the best-paid blue-collar positions with excellent benefits, to one of the lowest-paid and most dangerous, all thanks to greed and open borders.
And for taking issue with that in the eyes of some you're a racist moaner - probably somewhere cribbing on the sidelines, who clearly hates capitalism you goddamn racist communist!

*Que lots of foaming at the mouth.*
 

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And for taking issue with that in the eyes of some you're a racist moaner - probably somewhere cribbing on the sidelines, who clearly hates capitalism you goddamn racist communist!

*Que lots of foaming at the mouth.*
The two links regard the 1985 Hormel strike, although you have to take the MPR (Minnesota Bolshevik/Cuck Radio) article with a grain of salt (or drams of whiskey, especially at its end):

25 years ago, Hormel strike changed Austin, industry

The documentary is a great period piece and lays out quite a bit of what was wrong with the Reagan economic "boom." There are sad parallels between 80's America and Britain:

American Dream (film) - Wikipedia
 
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The two links regard the 1985 Hormel strike, although you have to take the MPR (Minnesota Bolshevik/Cuck Radio) article with a grain of salt (or drams of whiskey, especially at its end):

25 years ago, Hormel strike changed Austin, industry

The documentary is a great period piece and lays out quite a bit of what was wrong with the Reagan economic "boom." There are sad parallels between 80's America and Britain:

American Dream (film) - Wikipedia
I never heard of the Hormel strike before. The one major event I've read about concerning U.S. strikes or uprisings in this case was The Battle of Blair Mountain. Private planes were hired to drop homemade bombs on the strikers/insurgents! Things have come a long way since then I hope.
 
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