Rupert Murdoch’s Hitmen - a book by Bobby Cummines OBE, Ian Cutler and Jack Cox

Rupert Murdoch's Hitmen

How the Media, Police, Politicians and Big Business
conspire to snare and enslave us
in their web of lies.

a book by Bobby Cummines OBE, Ian Cutler & Jack Cox

ISBN: 9781549860362

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Contents:

Introduction
by Jack Cox

Chapter One - Its a Dirty Old World Out There
by Bobby Cummines OBE

Chapter Two - Don't Believe Everything You Read In The Papers
by Ian Cutler

Chapter Three - United We Stand
by Jack Cox

Chapter Four - The Leveson Enquiry and
The Demise of the News of the World

by Ian Cutler

Chapter Five - Who Are The Real Gangsters?
by Bobby Cummines OBE

Chapter Six - What's Really Happening in the Middle East?
by Jack Cox

Chapter Seven - Rupert Murdoch's Hitmen
by Ian Cutler

Chapter Eight - It Ain't Necessarily So
by Jack Cox

Chapter Nine - Beliefs and Responsibility
by Jack Cox





Introduction
by Jack Cox

"I cannot teach anybody anything. I can only make them think" - Socrates



POST-TRUTH is the latest new term to be added to the Oxford English Dictionary. It was named 2016 Word of the Year. It refers to the way that emotive arguments often carry more weight than facts in media coverage, elections and debates. The term came to prominence during the EU referendum in the UK and the 2016 presidential election in the USA.

In both the UK and USA campaigns, both sides were accused of spreading disinformation and lies. All the candidates were accused of telling lies and half truths and so were the news sources that supported them.

Another recent example of POST-TRUTH or POST-FACT was when Labour MP and former Mayor of London, Ken Livingstone claimed that Hitler supported Zionism because the Nazi government signed the Haavara Agreement, which facilitated the relocation of Jews to Palestine in 1933 before the Third Reich turned to mass murder and extermination. The agreement allowed a portion of Jewish emigrants' possessions, which they were forced to hand over before they left Germany, to be re-claimed through transfers to Palestine as German export goods.

Livingston probably got the details of the Haavara Agreement wrong, and the conclusions he drew from it were controversial and unsound, but nobody seems interested in looking into that. I am no fan of Ken Livingston but nevertheless, I find it strange that the Labour Party and the media keep bleating on about all the people he 'offended' without once asking wherever or not he was telling the truth . Indeed, at the time of writing, he is still suspended from the Labour Party. Guess that's just par for the course in post-truth Britain. The Labour Party couldn't give a monkey's whether he told the truth or not. All they cared about was whether is was likely to loose them votes. And the media just did what the media always do, report any old bollocks in order to sell papers.

We live in a crazy world where we expect our politicians to lie to us. We have become so accustomed to it that we now accept it as normal. And of course, the press are lying to us as well. With very few exceptions, even when they tell us the truth they only tell part of the story, the part that supports their own political bias.

In his book, Camera Assassin - rupertmurdochshitmen.com/CameraAssassin.htm , my good friend Ian Cutler, tells of how he used to fake stories for the News of the World.

A more recent example of POST-TRUTH was the BBC's coverage of the post-truth story. In their report they blamed only the LEAVE and the TRUMP sides of telling lies when clearly REMAIN and CLINTON were equally guilty.

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The Media, Police, Politicians and Corporations are lying to you.

In this book ex London gangster turned charity boss, Bobby Cummines OBE, former News of the World journalist Ian Cutler and myself, Jack Cox explain about this POST-TRUTH era and how you are being systemically lied. We explore conspiracy theories, fake news, labour relations and industrial disputes. We even suggest a new, much fairer tax system. We examine the police cover-up that followed the Hillsborough desaster. We look at the causes of the problems in the Middle East, how the Arabs were conned during WW1 and how their lands were carved up by the Treaty of Versailles. We follow the money and uncover the selfish motives of the people concerned. The common theme throughout this book is the role played by the corrupt media barons such as Rupert Murdoch, the central banks owned by the Rothschild family and the arms trade. But its not all doom and gloom. We end with a look at beliefs and responsibility and how by being aware, we can choose what information to allow into our minds and as a result, we can create a better future for ourselves.

Buy the book and find out just how deep the rabbit hole goes.

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Meet Bobby Cummines OBE, FRSA, MUniv

Bobby Cummines grew up on the mean streets of war-scared North London in the 1950s and 60s. He and his friends played in the bomb craters and burnt out buildings. His first crime was while he was still at school. He stole a bundle of newspapers from outside a newsagent's shop early one morning. He tried to sell them on to the local chippie for wrapping the fish and chips but the chippie noticed the date on them and refused to pay. He still kept the papers. Cummines got his own back by throwing a dead cat into the chip fryer.

Cummines soon became recognised as the gang leader because he was more daring than the others. They were always armed. First with sticks, then knives and axes and eventually guns. Cummines committed his first armed robbery in 1967 when he was just 16.

He had just left school, with no qualifications. Nevertheless he still managed to land a good job as a shipping clerk. He was set for a promising career in customs and excise. That was until two bent coppers fitted him up for possession of a cut-throat razor. "I'll admit to everything II've done in my life, but not that," says Bobby.

His mother was very upset by the whole thing. She would have been devastated had he gone to prison at such a young age. So Cummines accepted a plea bargain and got away with a fine, for a crime he had not committed. As soon as his boss got wind of it he was sacked. Unable to find alternative employment due to his new criminal record, Cummines began his career in serious, violent crime.

Cummines became one of Britain's most dangerous men. So dangerous that the Old Bill sent a SWAT team out to arrest him. They didn’t send the normal police, they sent the SWAT team . That was in the 1975.

He was sent to prison for various serious offences including manslaughter and bank robbery. He served a total of thirteen out of the twenty years of his sentence. He was involved in several prison riots and was moved around various maximum security prisons.

Cummines met the Krays in Parkhurst Prison. He got on well with them. It was Cummines who negotiated the peace treaty between the Krays and Charlie Richardson of the notorious South London ’Torture Gang’.

It was about to kick off, a Parkhurst blood-bath. They were all on maximum security. People get killed in there. It was a different world. People say prison is like a holiday camp. What holiday camp did they go to?

Cummines loves poetry, it helped him get through the tough years behind bars, seeing people beaten up and killed. People went mad, some committed suicide. Criminals don't suddenly stop committing crimes because they are banged up and some of the screws were worse than the prisoners. He wrote this touching poem while in solitary confinement at Bristol:

THE ONE WHO LOCKED MY DOOR

I have seen dark souls within these walls
Each man’s sins made the cross he bore
Yet no darker soul did I ever see
Than the one that locked my door

I have seen men’s souls cry out in pain
I have seen men beaten to the floor
I have seen men stripped and abused
By the one who locked my door

I have been to the place they put us men
Who refuse to bow and crawl
Our honour is written in the red of blood
Written on those four walls

There is no level they will not stoop
They torture men night and day
I have watched them abuse the food we eat
And beat men whilst they pray

I have seen the chaplain give sacrament
To men beaten beyond repair
Kneel down and pray to our Lord
And pretend the blood was not there

But our dear Lord was one of us
And he will keep the score
And he will judge those blackest souls
The ones who locked my door.


Cummines told me 'It was Charlie Richardson who set me straight. He told me I had a good brain but if I carried on I would end up dead or on a life sentence. He told me to get into education, that it would enable me to earn money without hurting anyone. I had to think about my daughter and my son, I had to think about them and how it was going to affect them.

My wife, Ami, a charity worker, is Japanese. I think of her son, Kai, as my own. He went to school in Japan and later to a Japanese school in London. I had to think about them.' Cummines also has a daughter, Sophie, from his first marriage, which broke down after his second daughter Abigail was stillborn. 'I carried her little coffin and it just brought me to my knees. I walked through that hospital in the night and the priest said do you want to kneel down and pray and I said "Fuck off, I've just lost my baby".

I was raging with God. I lost my baby. Why me?

"I went to go back into the maternity ward where they were. I believed in fate. I went through the intensive care baby unit. Why not me? I wouldn’t have wished this on anyone else. It didn’t make sense but it did give me a bit of humanity. I felt for these people and that’s when I thought "right, I am going to do something with my life".

'Years later I am sitting here, talking to you now about writing this book, telling the truth about what really happened, because I believe that the truth sets you free. We must write this book. I think people should be prepared, that’s why this book must be written, because whatever is written, a hundred years from now, it will be our history.

When in 1988 Cummines came out at last. He tried to get a job. He was married and had a baby. He tried but couldn’t get much of a job so, determined to go straight, he went stacking shelves in Tesco.

He had already done an Open University Sociology and Psychology degree while in prison. Now he took a Housing, Architecture and Housing Law degree and really turned his life around. He became a volunteer helper for fellow ex-offenders. He also became a trained negotiator and suicide counsellor for a housing association working with ex-offenders and those with mental health problems.

Mark Leech was an old friend of Cummines. They had served time in Maidstone together. In 1998 Cummines heard that Leech was planing to set up a charity to help ex-offenders. Cummines gave his old pal a ring and together they founded   'Unlock - for people with convictions'. They were soon joined by other reformed offenders who were successfully rebuilding their lives after serving prison sentences. They all wanted to use their experience of the great difficulties faced by those coming out of prison, to assist others who genuinely wanted to "go straight". As well as Leech and Cummines, the group also included Stephen Fry and Bob Turney.

Their first president was Sir Stephen Tumim, a former judge and Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Prisons. Unlock was granted charitable status in 2000.

They advised governments, not only the British government but others as well. He was working in partnership with statutory and voluntary agencies within the criminal justice system along with the private sector, to overcome the social exclusion and discrimination being faced by ex-offenders. He was helping them to break the cycle of re-offending, so often exasperated by a cycle of escalating resentment. The more people are punished the more they resent the society that is punishing them causing them to rebel. The more they rebel, the more society resents them and punishes them. And on and on and on. Cummines worked with both sides to try and brake that cycle.

Representing ex-offenders, he has addressed numerous conferences, statutory agencies, non-statutory bodies, charities, prison inmates, community groups and employers as well as debating in the public forum of television, radio and newspaper articles concerning issues of social injustice received by ex-offenders, to inform and challenge popular misconceptions and prejudice.

At first the establishment was worried about Cummines corrupting politicians. That made him laugh. He was more worried about them corrupting him. They soon realised he wasn't just a cauliflower eared, thick thug.

He went over to Dublin and met the taoiseach. The European parliament, he went there as well. As Cummines explained to me "I just wanted, still want, a fair and inclusive society where people with convictions can move on positively in their lives".

He went to South Africa looking at their prison service and was advising on what we do and what they do better and what we do better than them and then they brought over a delegation from China and he talked to them. Later Cummines went to China himself.

He was appointed specialist advisor to Justice Keith at the Zahid Mubarek murder enquiry in 2006. Mubarek had been murdered whilst in custody at the Feltham Young Offenders Institute, West London. The family of the Asian teenager, who had been battered to death by his cellmate, tried to accuse the Home Office and the Prison Service of "institutional murder". They claimed his death was the direct result of chronic incompetence, which it was.

When it kicked off, Cummines was there for 13 months, investigating the Prison Service. He found it funny because he had done 13 years out of 20 in the slammer and now he was sitting up there investigating them. It was really quite bizarre.

Cummines appeared on BBC Radio 4 once in a live discussion with Jack Straw,   Home Secretary from 1997 to 2001 and Foreign Secretary from 2001 to 2006 under Tony Blair. He gave Straw a real going over. People took him very seriously after that. That’s when he was made Master of the Open University and a Life Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and Commerce. There are only 32,000 FRSAs in the entire world and only 8,000 of them are life fellows.

He was one of the judges for the Royal Society of Arts and Commerce and they wrote articles in the The London Evening Standard named Cummines one of the thousand most influential people in Britain and one of the top 100 people who made Britain a better place to live.

It’s been a very bizarre existence really, surreal. Cummines told me 'if I had said to the governor of Parkhurst I would have an OBE and I'll meet the queen and all that, he would have sent me to the hospital and I would have been on the wally juice. You never know where life is going to take you'.

Cummines humbly added "This little charity Mark and I started in my garage had turned into a national charity. Its lost its direction a bit now, gone by the wayside. We used to be right there on the street helping people. Now its more political, more academic. Not helping the actual people any more. It’s all done by the internet now. I like meeting people. So in March 2012 I stepped down as Chief Executive to pursue my private business interests."

In 2011 Cummines was granted an honourary master’s degree from the Open University. Later, in June that same year, he was awarded the OBE by Queen Elizabeth II  in recognition of his services to reformed offenders.

Cummines told me 'I felt quite humble, it’s a really weird feeling when you meet the Queen because you go in there, it’s all top hat and tails and all that sort of thing. When the letter came through I thought someone’s doing a wind up here but I phoned them up they said 'no, would you accept the OBE?'

I said 'certainly'. I am an out and out royalist so of course I was going to accept the OBE. I remember when I was a kid. My Dad used to take us to Buckingham Palace to see the changing of the guard and all sort of thing. I would see people going in, they call it the walk of honour. They were going in with top hats and tails and the ladies all in their finery. My dad said to me ’see them, they are the tops, when you get there that’s when you know You’ve made it'.

When I walked through I thought about that. I thought 'I wish he was here now to see this'. There was my Japanese wife. She was dressed in her kimono. We went in there and there was all the other people being honoured. There was this big woman who did the paintings. There were people receiving different honours, some for flower shows, some policeman getting the George Cross and some soldiers.'

Then in 2014 Cummines wrote his first book, I Am Not A Gangster - rupertmurdochshitmen.com/NotGangster.htm. Its been an incredible journey because of his criminal past and how he turned it around and got an OBE. It's never been done before as far as we know.




Meet Ian Cutler

Ian Cutler, now in his 70s has little remaining of his career. He now lives to share his explosive inside knowledge of the newspaper industry and the many famous names exposed by it.

In his other book, Camera Assassin - rupertmurdochshitmen.com/CameraAssassin.htm , he reveals all about the sleazy, dirt digging and dishonest goings on within the media business. It make for an interesting read.

The general public would not believe how many news stories are fake, and how many sex and sleaze activities exposed by the press were regularly indulged in by the very same journalists who blew the lid on them. Is it any wonder that journalists are now rated by the general public on the same low footing as lawyers, the police, politicians and pornographers?

In Camera Assassin and through the pages of this present book, Cutler names and shames many of the sleazy journalists and photographers involved, of which he, of course, was one.

This is no mere speculation or hearsay. Cutler was there. He was right there in the middle of it all. Read Cutler’s first hand account of the despicable activities at the News of the World, Daily Mirror, The Sun and other publications for which he worked for many years. Cutler just needs to get this off his chest while he still can.

He was born Ian Garnett Cutler in November 1944, in Caledonian Road, London N7. His cousin was Sir Horace Walter Cutler OBE (28 July 1912 - 2 March 1997), one time Leader of the Greater London Council. He married a former prostitute a quarter of his age, lucky bugger.

Ian Cutler has always alleged that Sir Horace conned his father out of a substantial legacy due from his grandfather. As a result, Ian’s family was poor and he was brought up on a council housing estate. Sir Horace lived in luxury for the whole of his life, until he died in 1997. His illegitimate son (mother was fucking the chauffeur) inherited the family fortune, some 150,000 quid (a lot of money in those days), which Ian has always alleged was, in part at least, due to his family.

Cutler first became interested in photography at the age of nine, when a lorry overturned outside his family home. He photographed the incident on his Brownie box camera and sold the pictures (pics or pix in the jargon) to the Islington Gazette for what was a very large sum of money for a kid.

He left school at 15 and became a beach photographer in Bognor Regis, working for two lesbians, where he met a man called Liam who showed him the ropes and later got him a job as a photographer at the Dorchester Hotel, Park Lane, London. It wasn't for him and he only stayed a few weeks. That was in 1965, the year Winston Churchill died. While everybody was outside the hotel watching the funeral procession, someone nipped back in and stole 10,000 quid from the safe. Some people claimed it was Cutler but we will never know.

Later that year Cutler took up wedding photography. He took to the profession like a duck to water and pretty soon was making a good living as a freelance press photographer during the weekdays and a wedding photographer at weekends. Both careers combined when the bridegroom at the wedding he was photographing was shot dead by local gangsters. A news agency circulated the pictures to 30 newspapers worldwide and he became a teenage press photographer star, with assignments flowing in on a regular basis.

Cutler’s career was rudely interrupted by a five year custodial sentence, which he served in Maidstone, Albany, Pentonville, Wormwood Scrubs and Wandsworth prisons.

The incident which initiated the prison sentence resembled a Laurel and Hardy movie. A waiter in one of London’s many Chinese restaurants spilled a plate of soup on Cutler’s lap, ruining his suit. He got up to walk out and the Chinese owner stopped him, insisting that he pay for the meal he never ate. Cutler did offer to pay for the soup, provided the owner paid for his ruined suit. He was then karate chopped to the ground. He again attempted to leave but was kung-fu'd to the floor on a number of occasions. When he eventually managed to get out he vowed that the restaurant would have to go. So he hired someone to burn it down during the early hours of the following morning. As Cutler had threatened to burn it down during the hot soup incident, the police managed to convict him of arson and Cutler was sentenced at the Old Bailey to three years inside. He was not a model prisoner, imagine our surprise, so served two extra years.

During his long spell inside, Cutler used the prison libraries to further his education. Upon release, he resumed his career as a star press photographer, spending much of the next eighteen years specialising in photographic exposes for the News of the World, where he earned the nickname 'The Camera Assassin'.

Cutler left the News of the Screws as the paper was often affectionately known, with a golden handshake and started his own publications -Scallywag, Private Spy and Action News - specialising in exposing dirty deeds and the sexual indiscretions of the rich, famous and influential.

Despite the most revealing and intimate exposés, no one ever sued him for defamation. But then "truth" is the ultimate defence against libel. During this period Cutler discovered that a senior police officer was a drug addict and was also involved with the underworld in drug dealing. His knowledge ensured that he became a target of both the police and of the underworld.

The law was used against him and he soon found himself under arrest. No charge was ever laid against him. Nevertheless, during his time in the cells, he was badly beaten up by the police. Cutler suffered a stroke which greatly reduced the use of his right arm and leg, effectively ending his career as a photojournalist. Cutler sued the Metropolitan Police and won and was awarded a substantial amount in damages.

He then bought a London pub, the Cap’t Cutler, near Fleet Street where the newspaper business was located. Many of his journalist buddies used it and business was great.

In 2000 Cutler agreed to sell the pub for a million pounds, but the underworld stepped in and demanded 50,000 of it or they would burn the building down. He told them to "fuck off". Within 24 hours the pub was burnt down with him inside. Cutler managed to make a miraculous escape. He sold what was now vacant land for a miserly sum and went to Thailand.

Read Camera Assassin - rupertmurdochshitmen.com/CameraAssassin.htm to discover what was really happening in Fleet Street and the truth behind many of the sensational (faked) stories. I promise it will open your eyes.



Meet Jack Cox

Jack Cox is a freelance writer and photographer, he took his first photography post while still at school, just a holiday job in a photographic retailer and darkroom. That was the summer of 1966.

On leaving school in 1967 he worked as a photographic assistant in a portrait and wedding studio before moving on to a commercial studio specialising in images for packaging. These posts gave him a through training in what has been a life-long passion.

However he took a six year break from professional photography, joining the Royal Signals in 1971. Later, at the age of 30, he spent 4 years at Greenwich University gaining a BSc in Environmental Science with a view to entering the field of environmental journalism. But first some practical experience working for the Royal Society For The Protection of Birds (RSPB) on a reserve in Norfolk and for a private nature reserve in Somerset.

In 1995, following the death of his girlfriend from thyroid cancer, he decided he needed a change of scenery and moved to Spain for a fresh start. While there he wrote a number of walking and travel guides, including one on the mountain range in the north of the country called the Picos de Europa. He also worked as a highly successful life coach for a number of years

Cox also ran a bar in Spain, Jack's Tavern, which is how he met Ian Cutler and collaborated on the writing of the third edition of his book, Camera Assassin - rupertmurdochshitmen.com/CameraAssassin.htm It was Cutler who introduced Cox to Bobby Cummines and the three of them got together to write this present book.

Jack is the founder of the Towards Utopia movement - towards-utopia.org/welcome.php .


Chapter One - Its a Dirty Old World Out There
by Bobby Cummines OBE

Who rules the world? In an ideal world it would be the people, you and me, ruling through our elected representatives, the politicians. But of course we don't live in an ideal world and we are unlikely to do so any time soon.

So who really rules the roost here on planet Earth? Politicians? Rich banking families? Multinational corporations? The police and security services? Or perhaps it’s the media barons such as Rupert Murdoch? Well I suppose they all do, to a greater or lesser extent. Each echelon of power certainly exercises a high degree of influence over all the others, as you will see in this book.

The thing that always amuses me is how each of these groups think they have the right to police themselves. It would be like asking Al Capone to investigate the Mafia. You know, its exactly the same. Ok the Mafia are accused of this or that and we are bringing in this specialist gangster, Al Capone, to investigate them.

'All right Al, how are you getting on?'

'We didn't do it. '

’sweet. Alright, so what we are doing now, what we do, we're going to retire you, rather than go to jail we are going to retire you on mental health grounds. you’ve had a breakdown. When you shot all those people on Saint Valentine’s Day, you had a nervous breakdown.'

It’s laughable, it is.

Who is investigating the politicians? Other politicians. And the police, who politicians control anyway, who’s controlling who? It’s the old thing, who will guard the guardians?

Its like Kipling said. I used to have it on my wall. If? 'If you can bear to hear the truth You’ve spoken, twisted by knaves to make a trap for fools ...' .

Well honest men stand up to challenge these people, right? But politicians twist the truth. The knaves, the fools, are the public. And that’s how it works, of course. But we vote for them because we think they will stand up for us.

And the spin doctors, who are the spin doctors? Professional fucking liars, that’s who.

Tell you what, you give a professional liar a political title and you make him a spin doctor. I've got this guy who tells fantastic lies that will make one gasp and stretch one’s eyes.



They are all eating Rupert’s meal, he’s throwing them a few scraps. 'Behave yourselves and you will be alright, you want to be in power I'll back you, you go against me you won’t get into No.10.'

That’s how powerful that man is, he’s a godfather more than the Mafia, he’s got his own Mafia, the House of Commons and the House of Lords is another Mafia, but he’s got the biggest 'cause he’s got the dirt on all of them. Rupert knows who’s selling them drugs, cocaine for their parties, whose having the rent boys. He don’t always print them stories. What he does, he puts them in the safe for later so if you come up against him he has it on you. Are you going to go against Murdoch? No! You are not. That’s why no one else will print a book like this. They are all frightened that Rupert will end their careers or their newspaper if they go against him. We three me, Ian and Jack, we are old now, our careers are over anyway and we don't give a fuck anymore.

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The Media, Police, Politicians and Corporations are lying to you.

In this book ex London gangster turned charity boss, Bobby Cummines OBE, that's me, former News of the World journalist Ian Cutler and my friend Jack Cox explain about this POST-TRUTH era and how you are being systemically lied. We explore conspiracy theories, fake news, labour relations and industrial disputes. We even suggest a new, much fairer tax system. We examine the police cover-up that followed the Hillsborough desaster. We look at the causes of the problems in the Middle East, how the Arabs were conned during WW1 and how their lands were carved up by the Treaty of Versailles. We follow the money and uncover the selfish motives of the people concerned. The common theme throughout this book is the role played by the corrupt media barons such as Rupert Murdoch, the central banks owned by the Rothschild family and the arms trade. But its not all doom and gloom. We end with a look at beliefs and responsibility and how by being aware, we can choose what information to allow into our minds and as a result, we can create a better future for ourselves.

Buy the book and find out just how deep the rabbit hole goes.

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Chapter Two - Don't Believe Everything You Read In The Papers
by Ian Cutler

"Think of the press as a great keyboard on which the government can play."
- Joseph Goebbels - WW11 Nazi propagandist

The most commonly discussed forms of media propaganda bias occur when a paper or news channel supports or attacks a particular political party, candidate or ideology. The Murdoch press are generally right wing while papers such as The Guardian lean heavily towards the left.

Media bias can take other forms too, such as advertising bias, when stories are selected or slanted to please advertisers. Papers depend for their livelihoods on advertising revenue so are unlikely to want to upset their best paying clients.

There is also corporate bias, when stories are selected or slanted to please corporate owners of media. Murdoch has always been a very hands-on type of owner and his editors knew they had to please him if they wanted to keep their jobs.

Then there is mainstream bias, a tendency to report what everyone else is reporting, and to avoid stories that will offend anyone. It takes a brave editor to stick his or her head out and tread the road less travelled. More recently, editors have been running scared of Muslim intolerance. Look what happened to those poor Charlie Hebdo cartoonists in Parris in January 2015. They were murdered just for drawing satirical cartoons. When cowardly religious fundamentalists react so violently to a little harmless humour, journalists and editors become frightened to report the real truth.

Sensationalism is another form of media bias where the exceptional is favoured over the ordinary. This gives people the false impression that rare events, such as plane crashes and terrorist attacks, are more common than they really are.

Concision bias is the name given to the tendency to summarise events succinctly, rather than devote space and time to an in-depth analysis. How many time have you heard, in a radio or T.V. interview, the presenter say "I am sorry, we are nearly out of time, we will have to leave it there" when the interviewee is making a controversial unpopular comment ?

Other forms of bias include reports that favour or attack a particular race, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, ethnic group, or individual.

Lastly there is gate keeping bias, deciding whether to release a story or keep it under wraps.

Of course politicians have long employed spin doctors to twist and distort the truth about their disastrous actions and policies. Arguably the most famous of these professional liars was probably Alastair Campbell - rupertmurdochshitmen.com/AlastairCampbell.htm , 'Director of Communications and Strategy' for Tony Blair between 1997 and 2003.

The term spin doctor was probably first used in print in October 1984 in the New York Times and derives from the phrase 'to spin a yarn', although the practice is much older. If you are interested in Hebrew mythology, the first spin doctor may well have been the serpent in the Garden of Eden.

During my time at the News of the World, the paper was definitely used as a spin doctor for Margaret Thatcher and her government.

The general public would not believe how many news stories are fake, and how many sex and sleaze activities exposed by the press were regularly indulged in by the very same two-faced journalists who had blown the lid off them. Is it any wonder that journalists are now rated by the general public on the same low footing as lawyers, the police, politicians and pornographers? The newspaper stories I mention below were all bent in some way, yet they were put out by the editors of each respective newspaper.

In this chapter I give the real, inside story on on many tall tales published as the truth. The press cuttings of these stories can be viewed online cameraassassin.co.uk

Take Piers Morgan for example. He was fired recently after printing 60 pages of rubbish about our forces torturing Iraqui prisoners. It was all lies and faked pictures. (Stuart Kuttner who remained in his job, printed even more rubbish, until the News of the World's demise in 2011).

God knows how many coalition troops were killed or wounded as a result of Morgan’s cynical and opportunist photos. During his most recent TV appearance you would have thought it never happened. He didn’t refer to it once! Nor was he asked a question about it by his pals on the chat show!

Pure Fiction: The time span was the seventies and eighties when I teamed up with reporter Ray Chapman on at least 20 major series ordered by Murdoch. These included a long-running saga on so-called 'Welfare Scroungers', then exposing 'leftwing revolutionaries' and finally many so-called sex scandals, mainly exposing wife swappers, one of whom committed suicide after a dubious story appeared.

Chapman was one of the longest serving reporters on the paper until his retirement in 2007. Almost every single story I was associated with was pure fiction. If the facts didn’t fit the brief, we made them up. I paid actors to pose in so-called 'snatch' pictures. A snatch or candid picture is one where the subject is not aware of being photographed or is unwilling to be photographed.

When Rupert Murdoch first bought the News of the World in one of the city’s most controversial take-overs, he was determined to be a hands on proprietor. At first the staff, including the editor Stafford Summerfield, treated him as an Aussie sheep farmer. But he fired anyone who got in his way, including Summerfield, and soon made radical changes to the paper.

A little while later he added the Sun to his Bouverie Street stable.

Murdoch had an obsession to expose welfare scroungers and left-wing militants and continually put his executive into fast forward for exposure stories. Everyone from the news editor to the top brass would accept almost anything if it pleased Murdoch, with scant regard for truth.

Rupert said, "The subjects were tailor made for a journalistic scam".

Dole Dodgers: One of the things which first appalled Murdoch about London was what he saw a blatant abuse of the social services by welfare scroungers. He declared war on them and let his executives know that he wanted a full and long running exposure. Every budding, hungry, or down and out freelance quickly realised that the paper would buy almost any story which exposed dole fiddlers.

Me and my sidekick Ray Chapman retained several freelancers who spotted an immediate and lucrative money-spinner and got to work. We often used two down and outs, one called Smokey and the other Michael, to manufacture stories and both were immediately recruited to hunt out the dole dodgers. Smokey was Bobby Cummines' brother, an ex-fireman who was down on his luck following a bad accident at work.

The whole campaign went on for a decade but was kicked off by a two part series to which veteran reporter Ron Mount put his name. Mount was a suspect ex-policeman who, when in the force, had been useful to the News of the World as an informer. When he was found out and fired, the paper gave him a job.

He was also a chronic alcoholic who had two girl friends and a wife and family at home. His favourite watering hole was the Wine Press, a trendy place actually in Fleet Street at the top of Bouverie Street.

We faked too many stories to list. Here are just a few of them:

Spaghetti Scroungers (News of the World - August 1979) - A story ran on the front page of the News of the World about numerous Italian immigrants. The story was another fabrication. Me and Ray Chapman faked the photographs to support it. It led to an investigation by Lynda Chalker who was Under Secretary of the Health and Social Security department at the time.

Not all these men were claiming social security but it was another winner for Rupert.

Me and Chapman ferreted out some good tales but, to tell the truth, every last one of them was a setup. We'd go out, set up a picture, then Chapman would invent the story to go with it and we'd deliver it to Ron Mount (the ex flying squad copper).

Throughout the whole series, Mount never left the wine bar and never came on a single story.

On one occasion, knowing that we had a free hand, me and Chapman bought six bottles of wine and went to a dole office in Bishops Gate where welfare could be obtained instantly in cash because it specialised in helping homeless people.

The faithful Smokey, always pocketing his 50 quid daily fee, went up to the queue (which was spilling out onto the street) and gave the claimants the six bottles of wine. I duly photographed this merry band downing the wine with glee. A certain piquancy was added to the story because I had bought Smokey a T-shirt which said plainly on the back "Britain is Great".

Chapman then wrote a wholly inaccurate piece alleging that these same people went to a different dole queue each day and spent all their money having street parties at the taxpayer’s expence. We delivered it to Mount in the wine bar where he was incoherent and he in turn gave it to his news editor, Bob Warren. The story went straight up to Murdoch who was elated. The News of the World duly thundered about the dole dodgers and Mount bathed for weeks in the series' success.

I was probably the first press whistleblower with my Camera Assassin - rupertmurdochshitmen.com/CameraAssassin.htm book but I was not the last. Recently ex-BBC reporter, John Darvall, has exposed simmilar goings-on at the Beeb. "Trust nothing you read or watch" he warned.

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So it wasn't just me, Chapman and Brown, in the pay of Rupert Murdoch, who were presenting a highly skewed version of reality. The Media, Police, Politicians and Corporations are lying to you.

In this book ex London gangster turned charity boss, Bobby Cummines OBE, former News of the World journalist Ian Cutler, that's me and my good frind Jack Cox explain about this POST-TRUTH era and how you are being systemically lied. We explore conspiracy theories, fake news, labour relations and industrial disputes. We even suggest a new, much fairer tax system. We examine the police cover-up that followed the Hillsborough desaster. We look at the causes of the problems in the Middle East, how the Arabs were conned during WW1 and how their lands were carved up by the Treaty of Versailles. We follow the money and uncover the selfish motives of the people concerned. The common theme throughout this book is the role played by the corrupt media barons such as Rupert Murdoch, the central banks owned by the Rothschild family and the arms trade. But its not all doom and gloom. We end with a look at beliefs and responsibility and how by being aware, we can choose what information to allow into our minds and as a result, we can create a better future for ourselves.

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Chapter Three - United We Stand
by Jack Cox

Why can't folks just play fair and get along? If you want to start a company to make widgets you will need certain things. Your will need a factory building, raw materials, machinery, design engineers, skilled workers (who are also qualified engineers) to operate the machines, accountants, administrators and managers, sales reps, cleaners and other unskilled workers. You will need all of these. If you leave out any of these people you will not be able to make and market your widgets. Its that simple. All these people are contributing, in their different ways, to the success of the company. Without them, you will be out of a job yourself. They are all essential, so why not treat them all with respect and pay them well?

Of course the people who put their life savings into starting a company, and may well work many long hours for little reward for the fist few years of operation, deserve to be rewarded for their enterprise and for the gamble they took with their money. Unless there are financial incentives to start a company nobody would ever start one.

But there is a big difference between incentive and greed. Karl Marx (1818 - 1883) realised that the greatest power would inevitably be wielded by the owners of the means of production, the factory owners. Prior to the industrial revolution, the owners of the means of production had been the farm owners.

In medieval times, poor people controlled small strips of land where they grew their own food, a bit like allotment holders today. But the rich, greedy, land owners had a different vision and as they also were the politicians of the day they were in a position to abuse their power.

The Enclosure Acts were a series of Acts of Parliament which enclosed open strip farmed fields and common land, creating legal property rights to rich land owners who were effectively steeling the land from the poor.

Between 1604 and 1914, over 5,200 individual enclosure acts were put into place, enclosing 2,800,000 hectares of land. The people depended on this land in order to eat. Loosing it forced them to become paid labourers. And with so many people flooding the labour market its not hard to see that individually they didn't have a lot of bargaining power. Indeed their wages were so low that they spent their entire lives close to starvation while the rich land owners grew ever fatter. Indeed this had been the plan all along.

At the beginning of this period people had been forced into near-slave labour.

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The Media, Police, Politicians and Corporations are lying to you.

In this book ex London gangster turned charity boss, Bobby Cummines OBE, former News of the World journalist Ian Cutler and myself, Jack Cox explain about this POST-TRUTH era and how you are being systemically lied. We explore conspiracy theories, fake news, labour relations and industrial disputes. We even suggest a new, much fairer tax system. We examine the police cover-up that followed the Hillsborough desaster. We look at the causes of the problems in the Middle East, how the Arabs were conned during WW1 and how their lands were carved up by the Treaty of Versailles. We follow the money and uncover the selfish motives of the people concerned. The common theme throughout this book is the role played by the corrupt media barons such as Rupert Murdoch, the central banks owned by the Rothschild family and the arms trade. But its not all doom and gloom. We end with a look at beliefs and responsibility and how by being aware, we can choose what information to allow into our minds and as a result, we can create a better future for ourselves.

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Chapter Four - The Leveson Enquiry
and The Demise of the News of the World

by Ian Cutler

On 13th July 2011 then Prime Minister David Cameron appointed Lord Justice Leveson as Chairman of a public inquiry with a remit to look into the specific claims about phone hacking at the News of the World. The initial police inquiry and allegations of illicit payments to police by the press, and a second inquiry to review the general culture and ethics of the British media.

The News of the World had long been a dirty newspaper, especially since Murdoch took it over. Lies, double standards, sleaze and dirty tricks had been its stock in trade.

Then, starting in 2006, allegations of phone hacking began to engulf the paper. These culminated in the revelation on 4th July 2011 that, nearly a decade earlier, a private investigator hired by the newspaper had intercepted and deleted the voicemail of missing British teenager Milly Dowler, who was later found murdered. However, a Scotland Yard spokesperson admitted at the Leveson Inquiry that it had not been a private investigator who had deleted Dowler’s voicemail.

Due to the public backlash, the withdrawal of advertising and maybe my own revelations too, News International announced the closure of the News of the World on 7th July 2011.

The scandal deepened when the paper was alleged to have hacked into the phones of families of British service personnel killed in action. Senior figures on the newspaper were questioned by police. Former editor Andy Coulson and former News of the World royal editor Clive Goodman were arrested on 8th July 2011.

The former executive editor Neil Wallis was arrested on 15th July and former editor Rebekah Brooks was arrested on 17th July.

In October 2016, former News of the World reporter Mazher Mahmood was imprisoned for 15 months after being found guilty of tampering with evidence in the collapsed drug trial of singer Tulisa Contostavlos. After a two-week Old Bailey trial the so-called 'Fake Sheik' and his driver Alan Smith, were found guilty of conspiring to pervert the course of justice by changing a police statement. News UK was left facing more than 45 civil claims relating to Mahmood's stings.

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The Media, Police, Politicians and Corporations are lying to you.

In this book ex London gangster turned charity boss, Bobby Cummines OBE, former News of the World journalist Ian Cutler and myself, Jack Cox explain about this POST-TRUTH era and how you are being systemically lied. We explore conspiracy theories, fake news, labour relations and industrial disputes. We even suggest a new, much fairer tax system. We examine the police cover-up that followed the Hillsborough desaster. We look at the causes of the problems in the Middle East, how the Arabs were conned during WW1 and how their lands were carved up by the Treaty of Versailles. We follow the money and uncover the selfish motives of the people concerned. The common theme throughout this book is the role played by the corrupt media barons such as Rupert Murdoch, the central banks owned by the Rothschild family and the arms trade. But its not all doom and gloom. We end with a look at beliefs and responsibility and how by being aware, we can choose what information to allow into our minds and as a result, we can create a better future for ourselves.

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You can also find out more about the dirty antics that went on at the News of the World by reading my book - Camera Assassin - rupertmurdochshitmen.com/CameraAssassin.htm .


Chapter Five - Who Are The Real Gangsters?
by Bobby Cummines OBE

I was a gangster, sure. I was one of the most dangerous men in England, but I turned my life around. I committed terrible crimes and I served my time. What gets me mad are all the villains who never get caught because their sins are not actually illegal. I am talking about the rich MPs and bankers whose atrocities are not illegal for the simple fact they they make the laws to suit themselves. Even when they do break the law they always seem to get away with it because they have connections.

That’s why I used to call Tony Blair 'Teflon Tone', nothing sticks to him. I told him that to his face once.

I am working on my second book and that’s about the prison service, what goes on in there, that’s my next book and it’s all about maximum security prisons, what really went on in there on, how people got murdered that sort of stuff. They used to cover it up, they wouldn’t even record it. People were vanishing from the prisons. Going away to psychiatric institutions like Broadmoor, coming back fried. If they couldn’t control them they sent them away. They come back as sick young guys, fit young guys come back fit guys who used the gym, slamming dominoes on the table. Oh he’s a subversive, they would vanish under the mental health act.

They don’t do it with electrodes now, they did me with electrodes, they electrocuted me because I was supposed to be a very violent offender.

I them days it was called aversion therapy. They electrocuted me but nowadays they don’t use that, because that was classed as torture. They had to close down the control unit. I was 19 when they done that to me and then what happened after that. They started using drugs like Largactil Tuinal and Nembutal so they ply you with that now instead of electrodes.

The prison officer who sat with me when they brought me back. cause they doped me up twice, they give me too much dope, when they done it you have a strobe light put in front of your face. They put wires on you then they give you it.

Anyway, they was worried I wasn’t going to make it. I will never forget he was a good prison officer, you get good and bad on both sides of the fence. He was a good prison officer and he sat with me all fucking night and I woke up about 3 o'clock the next night, 3am, thumping headache if you can imagine the worse migraine You’ve ever had and he went 'are you alright Bob?'

I went 'I don’t feel well'.

I was still drugged up and I had pounding headaches and that guy sat with me and I tell you what. He didn’t like what had been done, I think between you and me, he was a little bit of a whistle blower. I think he let the journalists know what was going on, because all of a sudden MPs started coming in and they shut down all the control units under the Torture Act.

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In this book we explain about this POST-TRUTH era and how you are being systemically lied. We explore conspiracy theories, fake news, labour relations and industrial disputes. We even suggest a new, much fairer tax system. We examine the police cover-up that followed the Hillsborough desaster. We look at the causes of the problems in the Middle East, how the Arabs were conned during WW1 and how their lands were carved up by the Treaty of Versailles. We follow the money and uncover the selfish motives of the people concerned. The common theme throughout this book is the role played by the corrupt media barons such as Rupert Murdoch, the central banks owned by the Rothschild family and the arms trade. But its not all doom and gloom. We end with a look at beliefs and responsibility and how by being aware, we can choose what information to allow into our minds and as a result, we can create a better future for ourselves.

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Chapter Six - What's Really Happening in the Middle East?
by Jack Cox

Some conspiracy theorists will tell you that we have nothing to fear from Muslim extremists, that its just a storm in a teacup whipped up by the media and the politicians to scare us into giving them more power. In this chapter I intend to demonstrate that that point of view is only half correct.

Yes it has been whipped up by the media and the politicians. Yes they are trying to scare us. Yes they do want us to surrender more of our precious freedoms. However ISIS / Daesh, Al Qaeda, Boko Haram and other terrorist groups really do present a very real and present danger.

It is my contention that these very dangerous groups are the puppets of western arms traders and the politicians and media barons who are in bed with them.

In November 2015 former Lib Dem leader, Lord 'Paddy' Ashdown, told the BBC that British Conservative  politicians are  linked to the rich Arabs who fund the jihadists. He claimed that closeness was the reason ministers are reluctant to tackle the Gulf States. Lord Ashdown said 'rich businessmen' in Gulf countries are funding terror and nations like Saudi Arabia haven't been fighting hard against ISIS. Lord Ashdown went on to say that David Cameron (the then Prime Minister) must pressure Gulf states to play their part. Of course Downing Street refused to accept Ashdown’s suggestion and praised their strong relationships with the east.

Lord Ashdown said it was essential that any strategy for tackling Daesh in Syria addressed the role of the states such as Saudi Arabia and Qatar.

Although the two countries are nominally part of the military coalition against Daesh, Lord Ashdown said neither had been involved in military action for months although  funds were continuing to flow from the two countries to the extremists. He told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme: "I don’t say the governments have been doing it, but their rich businessmen certainly have."

He said that the Prime Minister’s strategy on Syria needed to include international pressure on the Gulf states to ensure they "play their part" in the coalition.

"One element of this which is pressure on the Gulf states to stop funding Sunni jihadism, and pressure on the Gulf states if we are going to send our aircraft in to make sure that theirs are present too, is a crucial part of this strategy," he said.

I am not, yet, in a position to name names but its becoming increasingly apparent that there is a deadly game being played that is making a few rich business people, media barons and politicians an awful lot richer and a lot of poor solders an awful lot deader.

Paddy Ashdown, as an ex SAS officer ...

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"NO MORE WAR IN OUR NAME!"

... The only reason soldiers kill or terrorists kill is because they have been lied to.



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The Media, Police, Politicians and Corporations are lying to you.

In this book we explain about this POST-TRUTH era and how you are being systemically lied. We explore conspiracy theories, fake news, labour relations and industrial disputes. We even suggest a new, much fairer tax system. We examine the police cover-up that followed the Hillsborough desaster. We look at the causes of the problems in the Middle East, how the Arabs were conned during WW1 and how their lands were carved up by the Treaty of Versailles. We follow the money and uncover the selfish motives of the people concerned. The common theme throughout this book is the role played by the corrupt media barons such as Rupert Murdoch, the central banks owned by the Rothschild family and the arms trade. But its not all doom and gloom. We end with a look at beliefs and responsibility and how by being aware, we can choose what information to allow into our minds and as a result, we can create a better future for ourselves.

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Chapter Seven - Rupert Murdoch's Hitmen
by Ian Cutler



I thought you might like to meet some of the dubious characters I have rubbed shoulders with during my shady career as a press photographer working for Rupert Murdoch.

Let me begin with biggest villan of the lot, Rupert Murdoch. (Keith Rupert Murdoch, AC, KSG) was born on the 11th March 1931 in Victoria, Australia. He is the founder, Chairman and CEO of News Corporation, the world's second-largest media conglomerate. Murdoch became managing director of News Limited, inherited from his father, in 1952. In the 1950s and '60s, he acquired various newspapers in Australia and New Zealand, before expanding into the United Kingdom in 1969, taking over the News of the World followed closely by The Sun. He moved to New York in 1974 to expand into the US market and became a naturalised US citizen in 1985. In 1981, he bought The Times, his first British broadsheet.

In 1986, keen to adopt newer electronic publishing technologies, he consolidated his UK printing operations in Wapping, causing bitter industrial disputes. His News Corporation acquired Twentieth Century Fox (1985), HarperCollins (1989) and The Wall Street Journal (2007). He formed BSkyB in 1990 and during the 1990s expanded into Asian networks and South American television. By 2000 Murdoch's News Corporation owned over 800 companies in more than 50 countries with a net worth of over $5 billion.

In July 2011 Murdoch faced allegations that his papers, including the News of the World, had been regularly hacking the phones of celebrities, royalty and public citizens. He faced police and government investigations into bribery and corruption in the UK and FBI investigations in the US.

Barry Askew (13 December 1936 - 16 April 2012) was appointed as editor of the the News of the World In April 1981. In early December he came into conflict with the Queen after claiming that if Princess Diana felt harassed by press photographers she should send a servant out to shop for her. At the end of the month he left the newspaper and spent the rest of his career in various short-term provincial posts.

Sir Nicholas Lloyd (born 9th June 1942) editor of the Sunday People 1982-1983, editor of the News of the World 1984-1985, and editor of the Daily Express 1986-1995. He was known for his sexual indiscretions in Murdoch's 'Animal's Room'.

Derek Jameson (born 29th November 1929 in London). His career began ...

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The Media, Police, Politicians and Corporations are lying to you.

In this book we explain about this POST-TRUTH era and how you are being systemically lied. We explore conspiracy theories, fake news, labour relations and industrial disputes. We even suggest a new, much fairer tax system. We examine the police cover-up that followed the Hillsborough desaster. We look at the causes of the problems in the Middle East, how the Arabs were conned during WW1 and how their lands were carved up by the Treaty of Versailles. We follow the money and uncover the selfish motives of the people concerned. The common theme throughout this book is the role played by the corrupt media barons such as Rupert Murdoch, the central banks owned by the Rothschild family and the arms trade. But its not all doom and gloom. We end with a look at beliefs and responsibility and how by being aware, we can choose what information to allow into our minds and as a result, we can create a better future for ourselves.

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Chapter Eight - It Ain't Necessarily So
by Jack Cox



When I read a newspaper article or watch a TV news report I often think you those haunting lines written by George Gerswin for the hit musical, Porgy and Bess, 'It Ain't Necessarily So'.

You must of heard the expression 'Order Out Of Chaos'. It is used in Freemasonry an elsewhere. Sounds inviting doesn't it? Its what most of want. If I offered to bring order out of all the chaos in the world you would be queuing up to follow me. Right? But what if, unbeknown to you, I had created the chaos in the first place? What then?

Another word we often associate with 'chaos' is 'fear'. Get people scared enough and they will act irrationally. Tell them there is a huge danger of terrorist attacks and they will let you put them under more surveillance. Teresa May worked this out years ago. Tell them they will starve in the wilderness if Britain leaves the European Union and they will act out of fear and vote to continue giving their sovereignty away.

On the 23rd June 2016 17,410,742 voters, a decisive 51.9%, chose to embrace an exciting new future as an independent sovereign nation.

Look back over the arguments put forward by both sides and you will see they were mostly aimed at promoting fear.

Its a simple enough technique. Create a problem or at least make a real problem worse or seem to be worse, tell the public about the problem in the way you wish them to believe it, wait for them to react with fear then put forward your agenda for fixing the problem. Its a guaranteed way to get support for your agenda. Politicians and big business leaders create the problem, get the media to spread the word, then offer a product or political policy to fix the problem. It works every time.

The news is full of frightening stories about war, economic collapse, terrorism, mass migration and health scares. Its mostly true but who started the war? Why are the terrorists fighting? Who is funding them? Who is supplying them with arms? Who will benefit from mass migration? Who will get rich from combating the disease? Just follow the money trail if you really want to know what's going on. Failing that look to see whose political careers wlll get a boost.

In May 2014 Andrew Smith reported ...

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The Media, Police, Politicians and Corporations are lying to you.

In this book we explain about this POST-TRUTH era and how you are being systemically lied. We explore conspiracy theories, fake news, labour relations and industrial disputes. We even suggest a new, much fairer tax system. We examine the police cover-up that followed the Hillsborough desaster. We look at the causes of the problems in the Middle East, how the Arabs were conned during WW1 and how their lands were carved up by the Treaty of Versailles. We follow the money and uncover the selfish motives of the people concerned. The common theme throughout this book is the role played by the corrupt media barons such as Rupert Murdoch, the central banks owned by the Rothschild family and the arms trade. But its not all doom and gloom. We end with a look at beliefs and responsibility and how by being aware, we can choose what information to allow into our minds and as a result, we can create a better future for ourselves.

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Chapter Nine - Beliefs and Responsibility
by Jack Cox

"Sometimes people don't want to hear the truth because they don't want their illusions destroyed." - Friedrich Nietzsche (1844 - 1900)

In this book we have tried not to tell you what to think or what to believe but merely to raise your awareness of the fact that some of what you read in the papers or watch on your screens may not be wholly true.

As I said at the beginning of this book, you have a choice about what to believe, and the responsibility to choose wisely, in the knowledge that your choice will have consequences. We are not here to tell you the answers, merely to prompt you to ask the questions. 

Truth is not a black and white thing. Psychologists will tell you that the human mind always tries to justify its beliefs by making the thing you believe seem true, or even come true for you. They call it 'Confirmation Bias'. This is how it works. Beliefs are the things we hold to be true, whether they really are true or not. What we believe has a powerful effect on how our lives unfold.

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The Media, Police, Politicians and Corporations are lying to you.

In this book we explain about this POST-TRUTH era and how you are being systemically lied. We explore conspiracy theories, fake news, labour relations and industrial disputes. We even suggest a new, much fairer tax system. We examine the police cover-up that followed the Hillsborough desaster. We look at the causes of the problems in the Middle East, how the Arabs were conned during WW1 and how their lands were carved up by the Treaty of Versailles. We follow the money and uncover the selfish motives of the people concerned. The common theme throughout this book is the role played by the corrupt media barons such as Rupert Murdoch, the central banks owned by the Rothschild family and the arms trade. But its not all doom and gloom. We end with a look at beliefs and responsibility and how by being aware, we can choose what information to allow into our minds and as a result, we can create a better future for ourselves.

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