Jan Oberg comments on the tit-for-tat policies of the U.S. and Russia when they force each other to register their media as “foreign agents”.
It is a weak U.S. that cannot accept that it no longer has a virtual monopoly on shaping perceptions of the world. Just find your role and accept that there are other angles and priorities than those you’ve dominated the global information structure with fore decades.
As we have said before, censorship is not the way – educating people to sense the difference between real and fake news and look for omitted news, angles and facts – in contrast – is a solution.
It’s time – long ago – to establish an International Tribunal/Commission on the Entire International War In Syria.
Jan Oberg Comment
You should be sick and tired of blame game around selected events and misuse of international law in Syria. I am!
Process instead the entire war and give justice and reconciliation to the Syrian people who have suffered incredibly.
Here is the interview in which I am saying that.
Jan Oberg Comment
A short comment on the news about readying B-52 bombers for – well, you know what. On PressTV, October 23, 2017.
October 19, 2017
Comments on EU leaders stating their support for the nuclear deal with Iran (JCPOA) and sending strong signals to Trump: But more is needed now.
Oberg also asks: Where is the similar statement from NATO, the allegedly peace and security organisation when its leader, the U.S., is moving towards war with Iran?
By Jan Oberg
Jan Oberg’s comments to Iran’s PressTV on this happy occasion.
Jan Oberg comments on PressTV and argues also for a mass movement of concerned citizens/taxpayers who have received less and less peace over the almost 70 years the alliance has existed.
Comments by Jan Oberg to a statement by NATO’s S-G, Jens Stoltenberg on PressTV.
Jan Oberg comments on the new U.S. sanctions – passed on July 28, 2017, against Russia, Iran and North Korea.