Ernesto “Che” Guevara, the infamous communist revolutionary and mass murderer, was promoted on a children’s show the other day. His “claim to fame” is that he murdered thousands of captives during the Cuban revolution and was later killed trying to take over Bolivia as well, but that doesn’t seem to bother the Swedish state TV. Continue reading
So-called “public service” in Sweden, this time in the form of state TV Sveriges Television, really seems to be on a crusade to stamp out any morality left in society. Or simply to recover from the slump in TV ratings that their usually pro-communist programming has had to deal with through creating controversy. Continue reading
This move definitely has me convinced that the Wikileaks effort is no serious grassroots effort at getting at the powers that be – when even state media endorses it. See http://svt.se/2.123489/1.2258209/wikirebels_-_the_documentary?lid=puff_2249257&lpos=extra_0 for an English description of this documentary.
“In less than a year Wikileaks has grown from a rather obscure website to a global political player, shaping world history and events, by revealing secret documents about warcrimes, corporate corruption and shady political backdoor dealings. Over several months a crew from Swedish Television has been following the secretive media network and its work behind the scenes. The result is a one hour feature documentary that tells the story behind the story.”
Personally I believe Wikileaks has been hijacked by Western media that wants more excitement about its reporting.