Why this book was written

"Murder by Media, Death of Democracy in Australia" was written because the author, through his on-line work for Pauline Hanson's One Nation as the party's webmaster, recognised the enormous chasm between what was reported by the mainstream media and the truth.

The book sets out to:

This book is no way funded or sanctioned by Pauline Hanson's One Nation.

Dear Scott,

First of all I want to congratulate you with your excellent book “Murder by media”.

I received it yesterday through the One Nation Sydney office and am already past page 65 and counting. It is truly an accurate account of what has happened to One Nation, Australia, its economy, and why.

I am the founder and president of the Bendigo Branch of One Nation, stood as candidate in the Bendigo electorate and am now looking at what to do next.

Your book will help us as it shows clearly what is going on and I intend to use it were possible.

Yesterday I contacted the Bendigo Dymocks store and they will stock it.

I am thinking of presenting (give) your book to the Editor of the local paper and maybe also to the politics reporter. It could well be the cheapest form of advertising.

Have you considered giving your book to leading media people nationally?

I am convinced, after talking to many reporters during the election campaign, that quite a few media people are not against us but are forced by their “bosses” not to be too favourable towards us. In fact I think that here in Bendigo possibly 90% of the media people is not actively against us, the reporting we have received can only be described as mainly neutral.

Karel Zegers

Dear Scott,

Thank you very much for the prompt delivery of my two copies of  'Murder by Media'.

I have only read a few pages but was blown away by what they contained. ( I got this link from page i)

I look forward to absorbing the rest of the book, and being scared to hell at whats happening, e.g. I couldn't find one bookshop who even knew about this book (including Dymocks who say they have no record of it).

So much for freedom of speech and the democratic process.

Keep up the good work.

Neville Rourke.

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