NERIT officially a tool for governmental propaganda in Greece
After the announcement of the Greek Council of State, through which the propaganda campaign by the banking-media dictatorship in Greece was officially confirmed especially during the latest years of crisis (http://failedevolution.blogspot.gr/2014/07/greece-media-propaganda-officially.html), a letter from the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) to the Greek PM, Antonis Samaras, essentially confirms the intention of the neoliberal government to transform the supposedly public broadcaster, NERIT, into a basic tool of governmental propaganda, always for the benefit of the banking-media dictatorship.
Therefore, this is an official confirmation that Greece is surrounded by "propaganda frequencies" which are trying to erase every independent voice against the plans of the government-puppet, whose mission is to complete the Greek experiment and therefore attempts to stay in power by any means.
It would be useful to remember that, almost a year ago, EBU has chosen to stop its support to the free Hellenic Public Broadcaster (ERT) after has been shut down dictatorially by the government, in order to support the governmental creation of DT later renamed as NERIT. After a year, probably realized what this government tries to do:
“Additionally, public broadcaster will be fully controlled by any government. Therefore, it will become the tool of the ultimate propaganda and misinformation, or, will be closed permanently since the neoliberal dictatorship puppets will downgrade it at the maximum level.” (http://failedevolution.blogspot.gr/2013/08/ebu-stops-its-support-to-hellenic.html)
A characteristic part of the recent EBU letter to the Greek PM:
“... last year's Law 4173/2013 on NERIT introduced a number of important safeguards to protect the public service broadcaster from undue political influence, and the rules on the appointment of the members of the Supervisory Council were a key part of them. Interestingly, the recent judgment of the Greek Court of Cassation rejecting the action for annulment of the joint ministerial decision ordering ERT's closure was also partly based on this promise.
We are now surprised and disappointed that these rules have been changed virtually overnight, without proper public consultation and debate, and without considering best practice in Europe with regard to legal safeguards to ensure an independent and pluralistic composition of public service broadcasters' supervisory bodies.”
The existence of this letter originally revealed by the free-ERT journalists' blog, more than a week ago: