Frank W. Haubold

Frank W. Haubold, born 1955 in East-Germany, has a PhD in computer science and is an author.

Siemens CEO Kaeser on AfD leader Alice Weidel:
A Hero called Joe
A corporate leader goes astray

Formerly known as Josef Käser, this man signs deals with sheikhs but lambasts the AfD for using supposedly un-PC words.

Crime statistics and their interpretation:
Media Cheers Versus Reality
How the actual problem is obfuscated

While the mainstream media trumpet that “Germany is safer than it’s ever been in the past 25 years,” the reality is that it's well on its way to turning Jean Raspail’s dark visions.

Book Ban:
A Fortress Called Amazon
How to Avoid Uncomfortable Questions

Amazon.de banned from direct sale all books of one particular publisher. The internet trading giant has otherwise no scruples in distributing the most deviant publications to its clients, from extreme left wing propaganda concoctions to pornographic trash. So the reason for this particular ban must be pretty rock solid, right? Right?

Concealed Censorship:
A Castle Called Google
A Kafkasque Dialog

The author tried to find out why some websites had suddenly disappeared from Google News. The answers he received in his dialog with the internet giant are reminiscent of the bizarre short stories of the great novelist Franz Kafka. A reputable company that has written openness and transparency on its banners doesn’t act with such trickery and deviousness. Or does it?