Pubblicato in: Criminalità Organizzata, Devoluzione socialismo, Unione Europea

Polonia. Prossima legge sulle concentrazioni editoriali straniere.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2017-02-01.

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Nelle ultime elezioni politiche la sinistra non è riuscita in Polonia a far eleggere un deputato che fosse uno, tanto per metterlo nel museo delle cere.

Questo la conta lunga su quanto i polacchi amino quelle formazioni politiche, che hanno impiegato ben poco tempo per rendersi invise ed odiose alla gente.

I risultati elettorali sono chiari ed evidenti.

Dopo aver accuratamente epurato Magistratura e pubblica amministrazione dai socialisti, adesso la polonia si appresta a fare il passo successivo.

«Poland is seeking to place limits on media ownership in a move that can undercut German and U.S. investors whose Polish news outlets are often critical of the government»

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«The European Union has taken unprecedented steps to try to force Jaroslaw Kaczynski’s ruling Law & Justice party address what it calls “persistent” deficiencies in rule-of-law issues as his government consolidates its power over the judiciary and public media»

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«Kaczynski’s call to change rules on newspapers and broadcasters, many of which have German investors, comes days before that country’s leader, Angela Merkel, visits Warsaw»

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«The party wants to impose caps on newspapers and television providers similar to those in France, which has the most stringent anti-concentration rules in the EU, according to consultancy Wagner Hatfield»

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«Kaczynski ratcheted up his rhetoric against private media last month, calling their coverage of an opposition lawmakers’ sit-in in parliament “scandalous” and saying it amounted to an “attempted coup d’etat.”»

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Le élite e la dirigenza dell’Unione Europea hanno fatto di tutto, ivi compreso mettere in atto minacce, per dissuadere la Polonia dal porre in essere una simile legislazione.

La loro malafede risultata essere evidente come la luce del sole.

La legge in fieri in Polonia è la falsariga di quella che vige in Francia per volere di Mr Hollande, che ci risulterebbe essere stato la punta di diamante del socialismo ideologico in Europa, parlandone da vivo, visto che ora giace in profondo coma politico.

Quindi, per l’Unione Europea e per la Germania la stessa legge va più che bene nella Francia, mentre invece sarebbe atto di dittatura in Polonia.

Se è vero che i socialisti amano usare il bis-pensiero, sarebbe altrettanto vero che simile modulo ragionativo sia schizofrenico o, meglio, in perfetta e totale malafede.

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I socialisti non gradiscono una legge che li espellerebbe dal governo dei media? Media sui quali fanno pubblicare cumuli di frottole epropaganda anti-polacca?

Nulla da eccepire.

Alle prossime elezioni politiche si presentino e vedano di conquistarsi almeno un deputato: nel Parlamento polacco la loro voce è inesistente. Beati i polacchi, si dovrebbe dire.


Bloomberg. 2017-01-30. Poland to Hit German Media Investors With Ownership-Curb Plan

– Anti-concentration plan comes before Merkel’s visit to Warsaw

– Axel Springer, Bauer Media and U.S. Scripps are major owners

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Poland is seeking to place limits on media ownership in a move that can undercut German and U.S. investors whose Polish news outlets are often critical of the government.

The European Union has taken unprecedented steps to try to force Jaroslaw Kaczynski’s ruling Law & Justice party address what it calls “persistent” deficiencies in rule-of-law issues as his government consolidates its power over the judiciary and public media. Kaczynski’s call to change rules on newspapers and broadcasters, many of which have German investors, comes days before that country’s leader, Angela Merkel, visits Warsaw.

The plan to change private media ownership rules follows last year’s purge of hundreds of Polish journalists from public outlets after Law & Justice put state-held broadcasters under direct government control and named one of its former lawmakers to run public television. The party wants to impose caps on newspapers and television providers similar to those in France, which has the most stringent anti-concentration rules in the EU, according to consultancy Wagner Hatfield.

“Several capital groups own a majority of Polish media,” Kaczynski said in Rzeszow, Poland on Monday. “That needs to change, with the introduction of similar legislation as in France.”

Kaczynski ratcheted up his rhetoric against private media last month, calling their coverage of an opposition lawmakers’ sit-in in parliament “scandalous” and saying it amounted to an “attempted coup d’etat.” Deputy Culture Minister Jaroslaw Sellin said in December that “none of the serious European states would allow for such dominance of foreign capital in a sphere as delicate as the media.”

Germany’s Bauer Media Group controls Poland’s biggest independent radio broadcaster and one of the country’s top web portals, Interia.pl. The Swiss-German joint venture Ringier Axel Springer Media AG publishes the biggest tabloid Fakt, along with the Polish edition of Newsweek and the web portal and television Onet. A unit of Verlagsgruppe Passau GmbH controls about 20 regional newspapers, and the biggest private-television network, TVN, along with its news channels TVN24 and TVN24BiS, are controlled by Knoxville, Tennessee-based Scripps Network Interactive Inc.

 

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