Bilderberg - Meet the German Zionist, CEO of one of the biggest Media Houses in Europe
(WARNING: Graphic images of war)
Axel Springer SE is one of the largest publishing houses in Europe with a number of multimedia media brands (including TV stations).
Principles of Springer-Verlag, which are binding for all employees:
1) The unconditional commitment to the peaceful restoration of German unity in freedom.
2. to bring about reconciliation between Jews and Germans, including support for the life rights of the Israeli people.
3) The support of the Transatlantic Alliance and solidarity in the free community of values with the United States of America
The Zionist Media Mogul Mathias Döfner explains what "The 'post-truth' world" means
Parsifal, June 8, 2018
Our colleague Dan Dicks was able to ask the Management Board of Axel Springer and President of the Federal Association of German Newspaper Publishers, Mathias Döfner, two questions as multiple participant of the Bilderberg Conferences in front of the conference hotel in Turin.
The whole thing took place at a quick pace, because Döfner hurried to the entrance.
Dan asked Döfner: 'As an influential media mogul, is there any reason why they can't tell what's happening in there?'
Döfner: 'They have decided that it should be a conference that is not public, where people get the opportunity to speak very openly, without press conferences'.
I think it's a very valuable format to do so.
In this world almost everything is transparent, why not hold such an event.
I find it very interesting'.
Then Dan asked, 'What about the topic on the agenda, living in a'post-truth' world, what do they mean?'
Döfner: 'Isn't this an important topic where fake news is becoming increasingly important? How to find ways to find truth and real content, I mean that is very valuable'.
That's the kind of person who uses all his media to constantly spread fake news and untruth.
The title 'German Fake News Champion 2017' went to BILD (one of the newspaper brands of the Springer Media Corporation) and its editor-in-chief Julian Reichelt.