John Simkin

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(teacher, researcher, historian)
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Born25 June 1945
Founder/Owner ofSpartacus Educational
Interests • intelligence agencies
• JFK/Assassination
A historian and researcher into deep politics who started the Spartacus Educational website

John Simkin is owner/founder of Spartacus Educational, a site packed with deep political information.

Background

John failed his 11+ and after leaving school at 15 he worked in the print trade. He "became interested in politics in 1963 and I soon discovered that the British media was extremely hostile to left-wing ideas."[1] As soon as he completed his apprenticeship he left the industry and in 1966 he was employed by a major brewery to manage an off-licence. While working full-time he took his first degree at the Open University (1970-77). This was followed by a PGCE at Sussex University (1977-78). He began work as a teacher of history and sociology at Heathfield Comprehensive in September, 1978.[2]

Tressell Publications

Simkin also helped form a co-operative, Tressell Publications, in 1979, which published booklets of source-materials and simulated history 'games' for computers.[3]

Spartacus

Full article: Spartacus Educational

In 1984 Simkin established Spartacus Education[2] and in September, 1997 he established the Spartacus Educational website.[4] This is a very valuable read and contains well written, accurate biographies which cite sources well.

Simkin is particularly interested in the role of intelligence agencies in undermining "democracy" in the Western world and the supporting of military dictatorships worldwide.

25 June 1945| 

A Document by John Simkin

TitleDocument typePublication dateSubject(s)
Document:Operation Mockingbirdwebpage20 August 2011Operation Mockingbird

 

A Quote by John Simkin

PageQuoteSource
Corporate media/Deep state control“In reality, in times of crisis, mainstream media organizations will always report the news in a way that is beneficial to the ruling elite.”Spartacus Educational

 

Event Witnessed

EventDescription
Truth And Reconciliation Committee on the Assassinations Of The 1960sA call for a Truth And Reconciliation Committee


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