Sunday, September 16, 2012

New international newspaper

What we have come to call the “the mainstream media” have deteriorated to a point where they clearly constitute a threat to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

The fourth estate was supposed to act as an independent eye on the legislative, judicial and executive powers but has in fact become a part of the ruling elite. Effectively blinded, it no longer considers it its duty, or even sees its way to criticise or expose the lies and crimes of that ruling elite, given that so doing would also expose its own.

One survey after another shows that the vast majority of Western journalists suffer from groupthink, a set of attitudes and beliefs that dictate their approach to their work. They do not seek to inform the public about what is happening in the real world but instead, want to educate and mould the citizens to conform to this same set of preconceived notions of what ought to be.

Vast swathes of reality are brushed under the carpet because the mainstream media consider them outside their collective beliefs and thus antithetical to the multiculturalist, cultural relativist, "green" and anti-Judean-Christian ideologies they strives to impose on the public.

This cannot be allowed to stand. Here in the 21st century, it is time to publish a real newspaper. On 30 August we will launch a test issue of Dispatch International. It will appear as a print paper in Danish and Swedish with e-versions in Danish, Swedish, English and German.

More languages will be added as the clamor rises.

If all goes according to plan, we will start regular, weekly publication on Thursday, January 3, 2013. Our chief editors are Ingrid Carlqvist, former news editor of the Swedish daily Kvällsposten, and Lars Hedegaard, former editor-in-chief of the Copenhagen daily Information. Ingrid is Chair of the Swedish Free Press Society and Lars of the Danish Free Press Society.

Together with free speech advocate and board member of the International Free Press Society Bjorn Larsen, we have set up a company that is protected from any attempt at a hostile take-over. We can neither be bought, nor will we be dependent on public subsidies or advertising income.

Dispatch International, then, will in no way be the mouthpiece of elites. It is your paper. We have no other purpose than to keep you informed of all the news. Not just the news that the mainstream media deem “fit” to print, but rather all the news that is vitally important to print – but rarely is.

Let’s make Dispatch International a succes. Join us on the ground floor and sign up for your subscription. Spread the word about our newspaper through Facebook and whereever you can.