German Journalist Declared a ‘Russian Terrorist’ As Her Reporting Undermines Western Narratives

The truth becomes more and more a crime in the West. Either you agree with their Anti-Russia narrative or you end up in their Gulags.

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Threats both old school and in the digital age seek to impose censorship on independent journalists around the world who undermine western narratives. This couldn’t be more true today than ever before and the war in Ukraine proves this fact.

A German independent journalist, 28-year-old Alina Lipp, who is a modern day “White Rose” living in eastern Ukraine’s renegade Donbas area has been labeled a Russian terrorist. She has been harassed and criminally charged by German authorities for her [allegedly] pro-Russian reporting; her objective is to report the Russian-Ukrainian conflict objectively.

Alina said she faces three years in prison — under article 140 of the German constitution — for her reporting from Ukraine’s eastern Donbass region.

German authorities though couldn’t tolerate how Lipp, “the mouthpiece of Russian propaganda,” as she’s been referred to by the German “fact checker” KORREKTIV, just kept on disseminating “misinformation” and as President Trump would claim, fake news.

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Press TV correspondent Johnny Miller, in an exclusive interview with Alina Lipp revealed she was being subject to criminal proceedings by the German government and had received a letter from judicial authorities in her home country threatening her with a three-year jail term.

“The news that I said was that Ukraine is shelling civilians already for eight years, and I also said that this is a genocide and that people here and Donbass support the special operation of Russia,” Lipp told Press TV.

“It turns out to be a criminal act for German, so they took 1,600 euros from my bank account and didn’t even tell me about it,” she added.

After receiving a letter from the prosecutor’s office, Lipp explains she is subject to criminal…



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ElbyJames is an American disabled combat vet exiled in the UK & a free speech absolutist. He’s an occasional Top Writer