Teori media is the last bastion of free media.
TeoriMediaMassa, a public media group in Finland, has been fighting for the rights of Teori and other journalists.
This year, Teori has been a big news story.
Last week, Teoriais main opposition party, The Alliance of Social and Cultural Equality, and its leader, Teora Törmäki, called for a referendum on Teori’s status as a public body.
The Alliance also called for an end to the privatization of Teoriai newsrooms.
This was the first time the Alliance has called for such a referendum in Finland.
The referendum is to be held on February 11.
It is estimated that up to 300,000 people will take part.
Teoriaisi newsrooms have been in the news since the beginning of the year.
In December, the Government of Finland announced that Teori is no longer a public corporation, but is instead part of a private consortium.
The government had promised that Teoria would become a national broadcaster in 2018.
But that has not happened yet.
In January, the government announced that it would buy the Teori newsrooms in 2018 for about 1.7 billion euros, but they are still not in operation.
In the past, it has been reported that Teora had plans to close Teori for good.
Now, Teorii media will be owned by the government and Teori will not have any more newsrooms to operate.
If Teori loses its statehood status, it is going to be in a situation where it will be completely out of the news and out of control.
There is a lack of resources for news.
Teorīis journalists are currently working without pay, which is one of the reasons why the government is looking to sell the newsrooms they work for.
This means that the public will not be able to know what is going on in the Teoríis newsrooms, which are understaffed and underfunded.
The media group TeoriMilitia says that Teorimilitia, which means “People’s Militia” in Finnish, will not work with the government in any way.
The organization will fight against privatization and the privatization policies.
It wants to be the last remaining independent news organization in Finland and is demanding the right to live free of fear.
Teora media is also opposed to the Government’s privatization plan.
TeoreiMediaMassia said that Teorgas statehood declaration will not help its struggle against privatization.
It will only make the privatization process even more difficult.
The alliance has called on the Government to take a decisive step to save Teori.
If the Government does not do anything, we will not hesitate to organize a mass protest.
We are the only ones that can bring an end and stop the privatization plans.