The Danish media, journalists and experts deceives and distorts, when it comes to the EU.
this is the sound of the accusations from the Danish people's party group in the EU-Parliament, Anders Vistisen, in a debate book. It will be of good a week country-wide distribution to be 240,000 homes.
It writes Berlingske.
Published with the title "The great EU deception - the media's concealments and distortions" is financed by EU funds and thus tax dollars. It comes approximately two months before the elections to the European Parliament.
In the book using Anders Vistisen nicknames, while he criticizes several named journalists, whose "enthusiasm for the project and the aversion against the EU-skeptics often shines through in the avisspalterne and on the tv screens".
the Journalists of Anders Vistisens frame is bl.a. Ole Ryborg (DR), Svenning Dalgaard (TV2) Poul Høi (Berlingke),
in Addition, a number of the Danish EU experts in the book criticized for being "ultra pro-europeans".
To Berlingske, says Anders Vistisen, that the idea for the book is based on a perception that the media do not cover EU with a critical distance to those in power.
- I thought there was too much indspisthed, and it was a feeling I became more and more frustrated, he says to Berlingske.
the Book will be country-wide distribution to be 240,000 homes in all storkredse. Most are distributed in areas such as South - and central Jutland and western zealand and Lolland-Falster, denmark, where the Danish people's Party is strong.
Several professors reject in Berlingske, Vistisen has teams in, that the media is predominantly pro-EU.
- If one had the desire to make the opposite story - that the media was against the EU, one could also easily find examples of it, says professor of journalism and media researcher at Roskilde University Mark Ørsten to Berlingske.
Ørsten has written a ph.d.-dissertation on the Danish EU-journalism.
Funds for the book to come, according to Vistisen from the group in the european parliament, the Danish people's Party is a member of. And it is a grey area, assess Wouter Wolfs, who researches in the EU and support for the politicians at the Leuven University in Belgium.
- It is probably something that will be closely examined in the European Parliament, says Wouter Wolfs to Berlingske.
Anders Vistisen was a part of Ekstra revelations of the Danish people's dealings with the EU funds.
When the Extra Leaf in august 2016, caught him for a comment, he was struck by sudden amnesia.
the Extra Leaf is working to get a comment from Anders Vistisen Friday morning.