RT News is being jammed in Sweden?

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I believe RT News which is the ONLY news worth watching these days of censorship, is by Samsung with the help from Swedish Illuminati dogs under some sort of attack. They are probably conducting a sort of jam against RT transmissions through the Samsung App RT News Sweden. Last week it has been impossible to watch it due to constant interferences.The Samsung app store also always uninstalls ONLY? the RT app every-time its updating its software?

Are they sooo afraid for this News Channel that they are deliberately destroying their transmissions? Maybe it’s because we’ve heard from reporters how RT isn’t censoring anyone appearing on the show? But this is nothing new when it comes to the attacks against RT. Not long ago you could read on RT:


An attempted radio-electronic attack on Russian television satellites from the territory of Western Ukraine has been recorded by the Russian Ministry of Communications. It comes days after Ukraine blocked Russian TV channels, a move criticized by the OSCE.

Russian Ministry of Communications experts identified the exact location in Ukraine of the source of attempted jamming of Russian TV satellites’ broadcast, RIA Novosti news agency reports.

The ministry noted that “people who make such decisions” to attack Russian satellites that retransmit TV signals, “should think about the consequences,” Ria reports. The ministry did not share any details of the attack.

Earlier this week, the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) criticized Kiev’s “repressive” move to halt the broadcasting of Russian TV channels after the Ukrainian media watchdog claimed that shutting down TV stations ensured “national security and sovereignty” of Ukraine.

“Banning programming without a legal basis is a form of censorship; national security concerns should not be used at the expense of media freedom,” OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media Dunja Mijatović said.

More than half of Ukraine’s population speaks Russian regularly and one-third say it’s their native tongue. In Crimea over 90 percent of the population uses Russian on an everyday basis.

On Thursday, a number of Russian state TV channels websites suffered a large cyber-attack partially coming from Ukraine.

Russia’s Channel One website was temporarily unavailable due to a distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack. Meanwhile, Russia-24 TV also said it suffered from a “massive network attack.”

According to Itar-Tass, the targeted Russian media have connected attacks to their editorial policy of covering the recent events in Ukraine.

Libyan authorities jam RT’s Arabic channel

RT’s Arabic sister channel Rusiya al-Yaum, broadcasting in Libya via the Nilesat (AB4) satellite, is being jammed.

­According to RRsat Global Communications Network, a satellite TV provider, several attempts have been made to jam the Rusiya al-Yaum signal. The company says Libyan authorities are jamming the signal to deprive the people of Libya access to independent and unbiased coverage of events in the country and wider Middle East.

Rusiya al-Yaum, Russia’s first news channel in Arabic, was launched in May 2007. It is readily available via satellite in the Middle East, North Africa and Europe. According to Nielsen research, Rusiya al-Yaum has an audience of over 5 million viewers in Syria, Lebanon, Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates. The channel is available online at arabic.rt.com. Rusiya al-Yaum’s best news stories and shows are also available on the channel’s YouTube stream.

So  at least I am convinced that the funding ” The tallest head on earth” asked for has been set in motion. And Sweden being US obedient little DOG obeys blindly. Like many others…




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