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Simon Simon
Here's something interesting to read this Sunday. The New York Times is investigating the global disinformation machine that is aiding the rise in far-right, national sentiment in Sweden - and around the world.
The Global Machine Behind the Rise of Far-Right Nationalism - The New York Times
WWW.NYTIMES.COM Sweden was long seen as a progressive utopia. Then came waves of immigrants — and the forces of populism at home and abroad. The New York Times examined the content, personnel and traffic of Sweden’s increasingly popular far-right media sites. Their analysis of millions of links over the last 6 years illustrates how foreign state and non-state actors cultivated, indirectly subsidized and gave these racist hate sites a viral momentum.
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Simon Simon
Just a reminder that horrific stuff, war crimes, are still happening in Syria - even though we have all "moved on" from Syria.
Assad needs to be brought to justice for his crimes against humanity. 
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托温家宝批习近平?美中對抗、兩岸關係緊繃、港抗爭局勢升溫 許信良:這是中國近年極端政治的「物極必反」
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