Free speech defenders from across Europe gathered in Brussels on October 25 to celebrate the official launch of Brussels Signal.
The event starred Konstantin Kisin — author and comedian famous for his podcast Triggernometry — and Louise Perry — the author and journalist behind The Case Against the Sexual Revolution.
Both speakers treated the room to impassioned defences of free expression, reminding listeners of what is at stake if creeping censorship continues to stifle debate in Europe (read more here).
Guests were also given a glimpse into the mindset of Brussels Signal, its values, and its future goals to shake up the increasingly stale media landscape occupying the Eurobubble.
“Brussels Signal is here to breathe some oxygen into the room,” explained Patrick Egan, our founder and publisher.
Also present at the event were numerous MEPs, think tankers, diplomats and journalists from prominent EU publications.