This video playlist shows the results of media monitoring undertaken in May 2018 in France, Germany, UK, Belgium, Greece and Hungary as part of the Get The Trolls Out project.
The Greek newspaper Eleftheri Ora has been served a formal complaint by the Greek partner of Get The Trolls Out, Symbiosis. The complaint relates to an article printed in Eleftheri Ora on May 22, 2018 in which it states that the Greek government is considering granting voting rights to immigrants living permanently in Greece.
From a French magazine editor denying the Holocaust to false news about refugees in Greece, these May highlights are an overview of the most significant results of our monitoring of traditional and new media in Belgium, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, and the United Kingdom.
May media monitoring highlight for the Hungary. Milo Yannopoulos, British alt-right provocateur and former senior editor at Breitbart News, delivered a speech at the “Risks and Opportunities in the 21st Century” event in Budapest 25 May, 2018.
May media monitoring highlight for the Greece. A newspaper claims that four people have died as a result of tensions at the Moria refugee camp in the Greek island of Lesbos.
May media monitoring highlight for the Germany. The author compares the “segregated societies” that “refuse integration and acculturation” and obey the Koran, to the “achievements of the European culture of knowledge”.
May media monitoring highlight for Belgium. Through a tweet, Dewinter is promoting Vlaams Belang’s campaign to stop immigration from outside the EU.
May media monitoring highlight for the United Kingdom. After spending three days in Molenbeek, a municipality in the Brussels metropolitan area, Katie Hopkins published a series of video clips.
May media monitoring highlight for Belgium. Bart De Wever accuses two-year-old Mawda’s parents of being responsible for their daughter’s death.
May media monitoring highlight for France. In a tweet, Bourbon is denying the overwhelming body of evidence about the genocide of six million Jews during World War 2.