Thursday, November 24, 2011

3 Easy Steps to get rid of a Dictator

 "In the year 2000, young Serbian revolutionary Ivan Marovic participated in a nonviolent rebellion that toppled dictator Slobodan Milosevic.
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 Recently, at an undisclosed tropical location, Marovic took time off from his “busy schedule” to give us some practical advice on how to get rid of a tyrant in three easy steps." - School of Authentic Journalism

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1 comment:

  1. I am from Finland. I've read many historical events from old sources only, never heard these things from school or lectures of university:

    In Lohja and Espoo near Helsinki, the Swedes fenced off the school building with barbed wire, in order to ban children the access to a school.

    Censorship in the mainstream media makes Sweden, Finland and Norway dictatorships, ruled by the political and economic elite.

    Corrupt countries of Scandinavia:
    In Finland, Sweden and Norway the political and economic elite controls the media. No one can criticize the elite in the mainstream media. If a state or municipal employee criticizes leading politicians, will he or she lose his or her job.

    In Finland, Norway and Sweden nobody can have a public post without being a member of a certain political party. In Finland all high-ranking officials, who earn 5000 euros a month or more, are members of political parties.

    Here are Norwegian tv anchors: