Wednesday, 18 January 2017

Europe’s Courageous Journalism Voice Has Passed Away — Paul Craig Roberts


On January 13, Udo Ulfkotte died, reportedly of a heart attack.

Ulfkotte had been an editor at the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitzung.

 He published a courageous book in which he said that the CIA had a hand on every significant journalist in Europe, which gave Washington control over European opinion and reduced knowledge of and opposition to Washington’s control over European heads of state. Essentially, there are no European governments independent of Washington.

Courage, once plentiful in Europe, is today hard to find. Charles de Gaulle was the last head of a major European state that maintained independence from Washington. Today we find independence in Marine Le Pen and perhaps in the president of Hungary. But for the most part West and East European heads of state are Washington’s vassals committed to Washington’s wars.

This, of course, includes the Chancellor of Germany, the President of France, and the British Prime Minister. These once powerful countries of Europe, whose dominance comprises most of Western history from the fall of Rome to the Second World War, are today American puppet states.
http://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2017/01/14/europes-courageous-journalism-voice-has-passed-away-paul-craig-roberts/

Heart attack or assassination? Without any evidence it is impossible to challenge the official explanation, although this death is suspicious.

[Posted at the SpookyWeather blog, January 18th, 2017.]

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