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UK Media Silence On Yellow Vests? Deceased German Journalist’s Work Has Answers

Two days ago, we could not confirm a widely shared claim the British press had gotten a D-Notice ordering a clamp on any coverage of the Yellow Vest movement in France. But what there is no doubt of, is the prevalence of such D-Notice orders – media gag orders which prohibit or greatly direct the coverage of certain matters of public interest, normally covered by ‘free’ media, but in fact we find something rather ominous and indeed subversive to the work of independent media.

There’s been such the look and feel of what amounts to a media gag order surrounding the coverage over these yellow vest protests, that it raises serious questions. Where we have seen coverage in the British press, it’s been sensationalist, distorting, and carries a derisive tone. Consistently painted as a fringe movement either controlled or infiltrated by the far-right, or conversely, by Russian ‘agents’, bots, hackers (how?!) – coverage in the UK has ignored the popular, left-wing, and more over indigenous nature of these protests.

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