Of all the Head Cooks and Bottle Washers who have an authentic anorak base, only one person can fill those shoes today. That person is Malcolm Smith (who has falsely identified himself as Peter Moore on UK government documents).
Malcolm has at least two Ofcom licenses in the name of a 2022 venture known by the name 'Caroline'. He also has a once-sea-going ship that is now a floating hulk which goes by the name of 'Ross Revenge'. He obtained his hulk after a series of swindles by the original owners, and the legal kick-back by criminal investigators had caused them to vanish from the scene, leaving their hulk behind. So Malcolm grabbed it, and he is now peddling it to the public as a charity in order to solicit financial donations under false pretenses.
But it is the first of his two Ofcom licenses granted for a venture that he calls 'Radio Caroline' that has become the cause of frothing anger at us by the anoraks. They hold the deceased Ronan O'Rahilly in such high esteem that his holy name cannot be blasphemed by telling the truth about him.
Ronan O'Rahilly is still their hero, even though he is now dead.
When this investigation began to reveal that Ronan O'Rahilly was a fraud, a fake, a liar, and a scheming con-man, the anorak community frothed at their mouths in unison, while denouncing this investigation. Then something rather strange began to happen.
Not once, but several times and with increasing frequency, Malcolm Smith began to admit the very same character analysis of Ronan O'Rahilly that we have been publishing. He confirmed that what we were publishing about the character of Ronan O'Rahilly, is true.
In other words, Malcolm Smith has also confirmed that Paul Rusling's so called 'bible', which Rusling has been self-publishing, is nothing less than a book of lies intended to gain money from anoraks under false pretenses of being a true story. In other words, Rusling is a thief on many levels since he also stole our own bought and paid for research, and then after twisting it to fit his fiction, he self-published it under his own name.
What is now unclear is the future of the anorak community who have begun to split into two factions.
One faction is now denouncing Malcolm Smith for admitting the cold hard truth about Ronan O'Rahilly, and the other faction is doing what all religious cults do: it is glossing over the demolished status of it founder, while still clinging on to their original belief. They explain their bizarre reaction to Malcolm Smith's 'Book of Revelation' this way: If Ronan O'Rahilly did these awful things that Malcolm is telling us that he did, well, Ronan O'Rahilly must have had some sort of deep and sacred reason for doing so.
Of course the problem is that the original source of money for the original 1964 'Radio Caroline' was never revealed, and it was not until 1990 when a novel appeared and the idea of a bogeyman named 'Jimmy Ross' suddenly became the source. The trouble is that 'Jimmy Ross' did not exist, and the anorak myth was not fleshed out until 1990, and even then it was in a novel.
However, there was a real 'Jimmy' behind the original 'Radio Caroline', but he was not 'Jimmy Ross' who others then claimed was Charles Edward Ross. That man was in the dry-cleaning franchise business, and he neither fit the description nor the shoes of the fictitious 'Jimmy Ross'.
On the other hand, the true identity of the real 'Jimmy' has been known for decades, and he was merely the conduit to another person who had the money and the same area of business interests to finance the original 1964 'Radio Caroline'. But the anoraks seem to gloss over this link because its timeline does not fit in with their own bogus narrative.
The funny part is that Ronan O'Rahilly never trumpeted any of this.
Ronan O'Rahilly was merely a low-level crook who his adoring fans have elevated into the stratosphere to become worthy of deification as the 'Saint-in-Chief' of their crazy cult religion.
That being the case, then how does Malcolm fit in? He must be a kind of 'Anti-Christ' or the anorak equivalent of Satan, although the anoraks seem to have awarded that definition to us.
Therefore we watch in mild amusement as these two anorak cult religious denominations now fight it out, while 'Saint Malcolm' actually has control of their two icons: the new 'Radio Caroline' and their floating hulk.
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