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Kristoffer Rønneberg, en ganske typisk norsk journalist


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Originalt publisert på https://steigan.no/2019/07/kristoffer-ronneberg-en-ganske-typisk-norsk-journalist/

Av Lars Birkelund. Kristoffer Rønneberg, utenriksjournalist i Aftenposten, ble intervjuet av Medier24 for noen uker siden. Intervjuet er lett i tonen, slik det gjerne er blant kolleger. Og Rønneberg har da også et blidt og omgjengelig vesen. Men det han sier er både avslørende og sjølmotsigende, muligens som en følge av det hyggelige og kollegiale…


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Journalists, activists, and politicians are also humans. They are not lying to us. They suffer from a dramatic worldview themselves. Like everyone else, they should regularly check and update their worldview and develop factful ways of thinking. There are further actions that journalists can take to help them to present a less distorted worldview to the rest of us. Setting events in their historical context can help to keep them in proportion. Some journalists, aware of the distorting influence of negative news, are outlining new standards for more constructive news, with the goal of changing bad news habits and making journalism more meaningful. It’s hard to tell at this point how much impact they will have. Ultimately, it is not journalists’ role, and it is not the goal of activists or politicians, to present the world as it really is. They will always have to compete to engage our attention with exciting stories and dramatic narratives. They will always focus on the unusual rather than the common, and on the new or temporary rather than slowly changing patterns. I cannot see even the highest-quality news outlets conveying a neutral and nondramatic representative picture of the world, as statistics agencies do. It would be correct but just too boring. We should not expect the media to move very far in that direction. Instead it is up to us as consumers to learn how to consume the news more factfully, and to realize that the news is not very useful for understanding the world.

Rosling, Hans. Factfulness: Ten Reasons We’re Wrong About The World - And Why Things Are Better Than You Think (p. 253). Hodder & Stoughton. Kindle Edition.


#3

Og hvem har vel glemt denne?


#4

Du ser jo posituren - han minner om en skolegutt som bare venter på sommerferie.


#5

What about Udo Ulfkottes whistleblowing?
CIA´s project Operation Mockingbird?
The Reece committee on Tax exempt Foundations of 1954, documenting how US and International Media was taken over?
According to norwegian media and akademia, it seems iike it never happened - but it did!
World Wide Communism has been in control of Norways MSM and NRK for decades.


#6

Hadde kontakt med folk på bakken i Syria våren 2011, da skytingen fra hustakene i Homs startet.
Jeg fikk i denne perioden oversendt direkte opptak av intervju med borgermesteren i Homs.
Det var da tilløp til misnøye i byen, grunnet pris og tilgang på fyringsolje.
Like etter fulgte angrepene på politi og militære, med “stand down” ordre fra Assad.
Etter et antall falske gassangrep gav Norge fremdeles terroristene vår politiske, militære og humanitære støtte.
Noe som pågår fremdeles. Under slagordet:
“ASSAD MÅ GÅ”!
Kristoffer Rønneberg er ikke journalist. Han er en “talatut” for spredning av Verdenselitens Propaganda.


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Kan dette være noe for Steigan eller andre på Forumet?
https://mailchi.mp/90a97b0f2843/actual-journalism-weve-launched-uncoverdc?e=70a36134d7