"Åsa Linderborg commenting on an infected disclosure"
"This is a kulturartikel which is a part of Aftonbladet's opinionsjournalistik."
"Some things are impossible to talk about in Sweden. Or more precisely: Nothing stirs up so much emotion and repression konträra texts on foreign and security policy issues."
"A current example is Mattias göransson's and John Wahlströms review of Today's News reporting of the Russian threat (Aftonbladet 7 February). They show how the magazine looks Russian ships and spies everywhere, and how they accuse both the russians that the swedes for being Putin's useful idiots."
"One of the accused, the businessman Johan Lundberg, have the financial capacity to pursue legal action against the newspaper. It's not the Russian journalist Alexey Vladimirov. He sits at home in Russia with the experience that there are striking similarities between the Swedish tooling methods to discredit him and the Kremlin.nVarför is it so difficult or dangerous to tell it like it is, that Göransson and Dodd are right when they point to the DN of systematic jumps in the wrong thin? If it is due to ideological blinders or journalistic incompetence, they let be unsaid, but nevertheless it happens all the time."
"Matches the data in the report, Stefan Löfven a really serious problem. He has certainly formed a government with a party that is one of ”the Kremlin's tentacles” in the west?"
"In connection to the publication of Göransson and Dodd, I wrote a short comment that put the DN's journalism in a larger context, namely the groupthink that exists around everything that has with Russia to make. Grupptänkarna can keep on as they do because they are chasing the right prey. That the shooter is blind then plays no role."
"The same can be said about Martin Kragh, who I also mentioned in my comment. 2017 released Kragh, a momentous report that received international distribution, where he accused the Swedish journalists and peace activists to deal with Russian propaganda. He could neither present any scientific method or any source material (more than the mythical Egor Putilov, who has worked on the SD's riksdagskansli; the database he is referring to does not exist)."
"All perceived that the report came from the institute, but the UI took measurements and said that the Kragh wrote it on his own volition. Kragh itself has only mumlat if the report's creation and funding."
"My own sources from the UI says Kragh couldn't take the massive criticism he received at the seminar, where the text was presented. He simply lacked the scientific competence to at all understand what my colleagues meant."
"Kraghs report came out in all cases and was reported accordingly for misconduct. One of them who signed was Tom Andersson, a former senior analyst at the Swedish civil contingencies Agency. He did it partly to the scientific craft had conspicuous flaws. And partly because, as he writes, there is significant "
"the Report aroused great criticism of the researchers who had the task to examine it, but was acquitted anyway – albeit with the syrligaste justification you can think of:"
"When Kragh was asked to answer for his weak case in the Media in P1, he continued to express his serious accusations against the individual. And when the Journalist asked critical questions about the report, bortförklarade his report that he was ill with fever. "
"Although this is dealt with Kragh as a proper expert in the Swedish media. He is responsible for one of the largest attacks in the modern age of the press and freedom of expression is apparently uninteresting. He is on the right side in the new cold war. Just as in the old cold war, is facts, and the ethics of subordination of the Matter."
"Martin Kraghs name rolls around in many contexts, but that the Swedish media does its job, that is to say: investigates the allegations. The latest in the documents hackernätet Anonymous has come over if the Integrity Initiative. It is claimed that the secretive organisation has the task to blacken Natokritiska media and politicians in Europe. In the Uk emerged first, a discussion of whether the documents were genuine because they were so taffligt written, that is to say, it was a Russian disinformation of the kind that you have to expect now in the past?the commission of Integrity Inititives targets were Jeremy Corbyn. The labour party therefore explored the documents and decided to take their authenticity and content of the true. "
"so did The british foreign office, who promised to get to the bottom of the matter, hard pressed by the british media for their own role in it all."
"Scotland's largest and oldest newspaper, The Sunday Mail, revealed that the Integrity Initiative's address was an abandoned mill. The Guardian has drawn attention to the fact that the shady project operated by The Institute for Statecraft, which has received two million pounds from the british foreign office. The money has, according to the MINISTRY's own investigation, which The Guardian refers to, used to smear the Corbyn. "
"the British media company, which the Swedish kommentariatet in all other contexts regard as serious, takes in other words, the documents on the deepest seriousness."
"the point of the Integrity Initiative, such as the scandal is described in the Uk – and it is what it is: a scandal – is to create a nätverkskluster composed of journalists, experts and other influential people around Europe and the united states. This network to secretly cooperate in the fight against Russian disinformation. There is more than ample, but to what is termed as Russian propaganda is also Natokritisk advocacy. The network has depressions in Norway, Spain, France, Greece, Italy, the Netherlands, Lithuania, Serbia and Montenegro. And the Nordic countries, where Martin Kragh is mentioned as the co-ordinator. "
"It is as strange as politically symptomatic of our time that the data about Martin Kragh has not been an issue in Sweden until now. Even his warmest defenders should think that they are so serious that they must quickly be examined to be dismissed. The seriousness of the matter was kommentariatet definitely have understood if it had been a so-called expert with a different political focus than Kraghs."
"the Integrity Initiative is discussed in a number of member countries, but not with us. This dismissed all according to the standard method of Russian propaganda, period. But let's say that it actually is so, that the hackers who produced the data could be Russian?"
"As if media house are constantly reproduces the information that has been collected for somebody to want to influence? Almost all sources have an agenda, the question is what you as a publisher do with them. It is at least strange that the journalists who now cranks do not understand these professional elements. How do they mean that we should treat the material which Snowden released all over the world? Even that revelation was the mumma of Måns in Moscow."
"Russia Today and Sputnik has, of course, frossat in the news of the Integrity Initiative, but it can not disqualify the contents of the documents itself. "
"the Swedish democrats ought to be cursed over the Integrity Initiative's activities, but we are Nato-critics react. It is usually the case with opinion and freedom of the press; the rider just out of the defense if the restriction affects them personally sympathize with. That is why the liberals do not hear how false their votes in jars, when they have been outraged over Trump's attacks against the media and Orbán's universitetspolitik. What is happening at home at the own backyard tiger about or defend as necessary."
"In Norway they look at these things in a different way. The Atlantic Council, a neoconservative think-tank linked to the NATO and sponsored by a range of different interests, including the various gulf states, the u.s. arms industry and the Swedish MINISTRY for foreign affairs, released the recent report, the Kremlin's Troy Horses 3.0. It has great similarities with the Kraghs notorious subject matter, both in terms of scientific unreliability, and McCarthyism. The Norwegian media nagelfor the report, and was without mercy pull down the pants at the Atlantic Council."
"One who blamed the report as an attack on the free formation of public opinion was Kåre Willoch, former leader of the stavanger, oslo. He was upset both as a democrat and for their own part, then he belongs to those who believe that you need to look at the Russian threat any less halsstarrigt. "
"The Swedish chapter of the report is written by Henrik Sundbom. He is attached to the näringslivsfinansierade think tank Frivärld and is also a colleague of Martin Kragh on the UI. They are also colleagues at the Atlantic Council, where Kragh is a senior advisor."
"thus, There is a Swedish chapter in the report, which, above all, the peace movement and the green Party claimed to run Putin's cases. "
"Matches the data in the report, Stefan Löfven a really serious problem. He has certainly formed a government with a party that is one of ”the Kremlin's tentacles” in the west? Or realize that the report is an ideological based compositions that have been added to Sweden plays under the covers with US?"
"Swedish newspapers, and, in particular, the Swedish newspaper svenska Dagbladet, have in recent days rejected the lines on the conveyor belts in the matter of Martin Kragh. So prestigious is grupptänkandet. Aftonbladet does the opposite; Kragh is welcome yourself to write about the matter here with us. A question that has not yet received any replies is that Tom Andersson exhibited in the UNT two years ago on the report that caused so much damage to the freedom of expression and the right to have one's own opinion: "
"With or without fever may Kragh also be happy to disclose how he is able to keep apart its role as a ”researcher” at Uppsala university from the politically colored mission at the Atlantic Council. Our columns are wide open, there are too many questions which deserve an answer."
"Equally welcome is so clear DN to respond to the criticism of his Rysslandsjournalistik. The one that no one other than those affected want to talk about."