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how Silvio Berlusconi could turn Italy into a fascist-style regime expl. by Marco Travaglio 1/4 ENG

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Berlusconi explained by Italian journalist Marco Travaglio, awarded of 2009 DJV Press Freedom Prize in Berlin English subtitles 1/4
How Berlusconi could turn Italy into a half democracy,
1/4 Italian politics

The Italian case = authoritarian democracy, no longer democratic regime
Lack of press freedom in Italy
Silvio Berlusconi shame of Italy
Rules against information in Italy
Scarcity of freedom of expression and of speech in Italy
Freedom in Italy is in serious danger
Explained by Italian journalist Marco Travaglio while awarded of DJV press freedom prize
Italian politicians - led by Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi - influence the media and prevent critical news coverage.
Dictatorial regime style propaganda in Italy
Berlusconis techniques to control and dominate the media and to silence opposition
Berlusconis techniques to turn Italy into a dictatorship
Manipulation of information in Italy

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Berlusconi becomes the new Benito Mussolini, the new Duce
Fascism comes back in Italy
Italian journalists are servants of their respective propaganda organizations.
Italian journalism servile, obsequious and conformist
Journalists in Italy DO NOT carry out their monitoring role and easily allow themselves to be intimidated
Lack of a liberal free market in the Italian press and TV networks (advertisement market)
Ad market controlled by Berlusconi
Italy closer to former communist countries than to a liberal democracy
Berlusconi corrupts judges
Berlusconi gets along with Sicilian Mafia (Cosa Nostra)
Odd origins of Berlusconis personal fortune
Berlusconi turns Italy into a dictatorship
Freedom is fading away in Italy
Italy is no longer a fully free country
Italy is no longer a liberal democracy
Berlusconis conflict of interest
Berlusconi is a danger for the worldwide freedom and democracy
Press and TV in Italy have one clear master
Examples of fascist-style journalistic praises for Berlusconi and his men
typical of an antidemocratic regime
fascist regime propaganda
Italian authoritarianism, autocracy, coercion, despotism, fascism, garrison state, totalitarianism, tyranny, unlimited rule, totalitarianism, monocracy, autarchy
The case of the Abruzzo earthquake in 2009: change of reality
Lack of critics
The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are called Peace Mission
Italian media change the words, change the reality, lies
Guido Bertolaso Italian Civil Protection head
Gianni Letta Berlusconis own right hand
Berlin, 28 April 2009
Germany's DJV (Deutscher Journalisten Verband) journalists' union awards Italian author Marco Travaglio its press freedom prize
DJV Chief Michael Konken
Marco Travaglio is a brave and critical Italian journalist, who engaged himself against all opposition for press freedom in Italy
Marco Travaglios commitment to press freedom

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