The NATO campaign against freedom of expression
- Logo of the NATO Centre for Strategic Communication
1. The government could forbid conspiracy theories.
2. The government could impose a sort of tax, financial or other, on those who distribute such theories.
3. The government could engage in counter-discussion to discredit conspiracy theories.
4. The government could engage credible private parties in a counter-discussion.
5. The government could engage in informal communication with third parties and encourage them» .
- On 20 August 2015, NATO’s Centre of Strategic Communication was inaugurated in Riga under the direction of Jānis Sārts, and in the presence of the director of a branch of the National Endowment for Democracy, John McCain (seen here in conversation with Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaitė).
- Photo : Gatis Dieziņš
The Interpreter is a magazine of the Institute of Modern Russia, now broadcast by Voice of America.
The Center for European Policy Analysis is a pseudopod of the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) directed by Zbigniew Brzeziński and Madeleine Albright.
And finally, the Digital Forensic Research Lab is a programme of the Atlantic Council.
Complaint by Voltaire Network International vs Prop or Not ?
The complaint was handed to the Inspecteur Général of the Département d’Etat. Réseau Voltaire International, 2 décembre 2016.
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