The Leveson Inquiry is a Common Purpose stitch-up being used to further Common Purpose's media control agenda.
Common Purpose is exploiting the News of the World hacking scandal to further its media control agenda.
The Media Standards Trust
is controlled by Common Purpose. They are obviously up to no good, but what exactly?
The Guardian newspaper broke the story of the hacking of Milly Dowler's voicemail
on 4th July 2011.
The Media Standards Trust was quick off the mark, setting up hackinginquiry.org
on 5th July 2011. The domain name 'hackinginquiry.org' had been registered a couple of weeks previously on 15th June 2011
, with the Media Standards Trust itching for a public inquiry into hacking
So what is Common Purpose up to? They are now campaigning for "the establishment of a full public inquiry into phone hacking and other forms of illegal intrusion by the press" as it says on the hackinginquiry.org website.
We know that Common Purpose is seriously into social control so they are exploiting 'hackgate' to promote their control of the media agenda.
The Media Standards Trust may try to set itself up as an alternative to the Press Complaints Commission (PCC).
Please keep an eye on what the Media Standards Trust is up to. They are up to no good.
A correspondent writes:
"The most senior members of Common Purpose, and its supporters, are in the controlling positions with the MST.
There are proven links with Common Purpose to fraud, paedophilia, insider dealing, criminal breaches of data protection laws, and abuse of the Freedom of Information Act to maintain secrecy.
It beggars belief that the MST should promote itself in a case of breaches of the Data Protection Act ( the hacking scandal ) when Common Purpose, whose members are in positions of influence, interest and control within MST, have themselves been proven guilty of illegally collecting and collating the personal details of citizens, without their prior knowledge and consent, and then secretly distributing these details nationally, with a cover note lambasting them with false accusations.
The MST is heavily involved in a campaign to usurp the PCC, and is currently using the moral high ground to do so. However, their foundations are on sand.
You may also wish to have a look at the finances of the MST, and see whether they are up to date with regards registering with the Charity Commission or Company House.
From what can be adduced about the MST, an independent observer could not be criticised for concluding that the MST is but one device within a larger network, and that the MST's real agenda concerns the control of the flow of information to the public, in keeping with the agenda of Common Purpose.
Common Purpose Chair of Trustees Sir David Bell appointed to panel assisting with Leveson Inquiry
Stitch-up in progress. Bell + Chakrabarti + Scott-Lee. Stinks of Common Purpose.
"How Labour's 'favourite lobbyist' is pushing hacking campaign" by Andrew Gilligan
in the Sunday Telegraph.