Who By Fire..


And who by fire, who by water,
Who in the sunshine, who in the night time,
Who by high ordeal, who by common trial,
Who in your merry merry month of may,
Who by very slow decay,
And who shall I say is calling?
And who in her lonely slip, who by barbiturate,
Who in these realms of love, who by something blunt,
And who by avalanche, who by powder,
Who for his greed, who for his hunger,
And who shall I say is calling?
And who by brave assent, who by accident,
Who in solitude, who in this mirror,
Who by his lady’s command, who by his own hand,
Who in mortal chains, who in power,
And who shall I say is calling?

 

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Chilling forced confessions shown on British television: Victims are paraded in handcuffs for show trials beamed into millions of UK homes by China’s English language news channel

  • Peter Humphrey was seen giving a forced confession on China’s state TV in 2013 
  • It came after he arrived in China to investigate corruption at Glaxosmithkline 
  • Investigation has found brutality and bias on Chinese Global Television Network 
  • Comes as superficially respectable propaganda outlet on British soil is expanded

Ashen-faced and manhandled by a burly policeman, a British fraud investigator thousands of miles from home admits to trumped-up ‘crimes’ in a Chinese courtroom before being sentenced to years in a hellhole prison.

The chilling forced confession from Peter Humphrey was seen on China’s state TV – but, shockingly, was also aired on the regime’s English-language news TV channel broadcast to millions of homes in Britain.

This is just one of many horrific instances of brutality and bias that The Mail on Sunday has found on Chinese Global Television Network (CGTN) as Beijing pours vast sums of money into an enormous expansion of the superficially respectable propaganda outlet on British soil.

After he was paraded, handcuffed, in a Chinese court in 2013 on trumped-up charges of breaking data laws, Peter Humphrey endured two years in jail where he was tortured and drugged

After he was paraded, handcuffed, in a Chinese court in 2013 on trumped-up charges of breaking data laws, Peter Humphrey endured two years in jail where he was tortured and drugged

The chilling forced confession from Peter Humphrey (pictured) was seen on China’s state TV – but, shockingly, was also aired on the regime’s English-language news TV channel broadcast to millions of homes in Britain

The chilling forced confession from Peter Humphrey (pictured) was seen on China’s state TV – but, shockingly, was also aired on the regime’s English-language news TV channel broadcast to millions of homes in Britain

Our investigation has uncovered:

  • At least nine forced confessions by prisoners paraded in Chinese courtrooms have been broadcast in Britain, only one of which has been investigated by broadcasting regulator Ofcom;
  • Despite claiming to be objective, CGTN news reports ignore criticism of China and its human-rights record while flattering autocratic President Xi Jinping;
  • In the US, security warnings have led the authorities to register CGTN and its employees as ‘foreign agents’, yet in Britain the channel is still being treated as an ordinary broadcaster.

The disturbing revelations about the channel, which critics have likened to Russian President Putin’s mouthpiece TV network Russia Today, come amid growing concern over China using its huge wealth and technological might to gain ever greater influence abroad.

Last week, the head of MI6, Alex Younger, said: ‘We need to decide the extent to which we are going to be comfortable with Chinese ownership of these technologies and these platforms in an environment where some of our allies have taken quite a definite position.’ And just days ago the boss of Chinese telecoms giant Huawei – which has a pivotal role in the next generation mobile network Britain will soon be using – was arrested over suspicions of fraud.