REVEALED: David Cameron led Press Regulation inquiry
to avoid hiring criminal Phone Hacker as top advisor
In more sensational revelations into the corruption of David Cameron, the Daily Mail’s serialisation of Tory peer Lord Ashcroft’s unofficial autobiography of the immoral leader exposes his true intentions of tampering with press freedoms.
Mr Cameron launched the Leveson inquiry to probe Press Regulation and the freedoms to be regulated by the state, through Cameron’s manipulative endorsements. The leader of the UK added he used it as a diversionary tactic to avoid his hiring of Andy Coulson, a disgraced editor soon to be charged over his Phone Hacking abuses.
Cameron used it as a smoke screen as he felt he would lose his political candor from other parties, prepared to hold him to account. Cameron was also highly involved on a personal level with serial gameplayer, Rebekah Brooks. Brooks, a close friend of Cameron and leading editor or Rupert Murdoch’s British Press tried to “spread the NoTW virus into whole of the rest of the country” one anonymous source reveals. The News of the World (NoTW) was shut down after hacking phones of public people, murdered schoolgirls and celebrities for cheap stories to sell papers. Brooks also had a rampant affair with Coulson, as the pair hacked together and were both on trial, which Brooks closely evaded as ‘innocent’ assumed by many of her powerful connections. Brooks added that the Cameron household was like a “family” to her, further ruining her political and journalistic clarity. Brooks returned last month as the leader of Murdoch’s press wagon News UK, heavily editing The Sun newspaper once again with an ex-Telegraph unknown.
With the facts distorted and played with by Brooks and co, Cameron felt this would take the heat off of his hiring of convicted criminal, now released after a paltry sentence, with his immoral disgrace.
Press Regulation ideas were rebuffed by the freedom of the Press and virtually no papers signed up to the new proposals, which have quietly been dropped under Cameron’s poor deterrent. Cameron attempted to blame the Labour and Liberal Democrat party for calling on Press prevention schemes.
Instead Brooks convinced the state to set up IPSO, which is a governing body of The Sun, who have been abusing its rights to hide behind posting negative stories and avoid any level of accountability for its wrong doings in defaming honest people and making non-stories for profit. Mr. Murdoch could not fathom, like Mr Cameron why it was ‘such a big deal’.
Since the Murdoch has gone from respected media baron to a more senile, bitter abuser of political and democratic values for commercial gain, not in accordance with governing rules. Murdoch’s sales have rapidly decreased continuously, to the leading country paper, the Daily Mail. It is said to be backwards in coming forward with modern journalism and journalist acquisitions. Many regard the paper today as commercial garbage, with no actual fact, news worthy stories and filled with nasty, attacking opinion only.
David Cameron, feeling he was on the brink, installed Mr Oliver Letwin to lead the proceeding proposals of avoiding regulation. Letwin said to a room full of editors “I don’t know why I’m doing this. I hate journalists. I hate all journalists.” That led to the birth of IPSO, secretly coded by a political message from Rebekah Brooks on how to proceed. IPSO can offer up to £1million of fines to any paper aligned with it for inaccurate or immoral deeds not regulated by the state., in hopes to continue a responsible and free press. When the pair communicated through emails, Brooks signed off ‘LOL’, a well known acronym of – Laugh Out Loud. David Cameron’s absurd assumption was that it meant – Lots of Love. Why someone would think of a loving context between the two, under press and political standards was plain absurd.
Many campaigners including Hacked Off believe the Press abuses since the last couple of years have worsened under Murdoch’s style of reporting opinion over fact and claim this is enough for further, accurate regulation. Mr Murdoch has juggled numerous people in his strategic reforming of journalistic jobs in his empire, mainly The Sun newspaper. Many feel it is not in touch with modern editorial or public opinion standards and has the wrong people in the wrong positions. That will be Mr Murdoch’s biggest challenge if ever to retain his kingpin credibility with real journalism and its credible standards.