This investigation began sometime during 1966 when we read a book by Gleason Archer called 'The History of Radio' in the Public Library at Birmingham - in England. Its author is Gleason Archer and you can read it free of charge because it is available Online. Click here.
The section in this book that attracted our attention concerned a lawsuit centered upon New York. It was brought by AT&T against radio station WHN. The book was published in 1938, but its history only goes to the year 1926, and why we found that section to be of interest, is because it involved a major 1924 case built upon claims of 'outlaw' or 'pirate' broadcasting.
But that was not all.
While AT&T won their case, which claimed that WHN was violating its copyrights and patents under the terms and conditions of a transmitter sale, the person responsible for policing US broadcasting use of the airwaves also had something to say. His name is Herbert Hoover and he became President of the United States just as the Great Depression began.
The word 'FRAGILE' as used in the heading refers to "Freeborn Rights And Guaranteed Individual Liberties Everywhere". For something organic like a birthright to be claimed, it refers to an entitlement not granted by a human government, but by a Higher Power. However, it is within the powers of temporal governments to prevent the exercise of basic human rights, just as it is within their powers to guarantee their access.
It was in the discovery of John Lilburne's quest to enshrine basic liberties within a written constitution that we then began to couple our knowledge of Gleason Archer's work with the work of Lilburne as highlighted by the U.S. Supreme Court Justice Hugo Black. A third factor was the work of Don Pierson of Eastland, Texas. He is the person who forced a change in British broadcasting.
It was Don Pierson's intervention in British broadcasting that caused the UK government in power to lean upon the British Broadcasting Corporation to both revamp its existing networks, and to create a new addition called 'Radio One'. The two offshore stations called 'Radio Caroline' were not influential factors at all, but the people who created the original and authentic 'Radio Caroline', did attempt to mislead and obfuscate the history of British broadcasting by creating a fictious yesterday - which events prove quite clearly and profoundly - that it never happened.
Because we are about 95% into uncovering the true story of British broadcasting as it relates to that period of time from 1964 to 1967 when 'Radio Caroline' came and went from the world stage never to return we are also at the point where we can now begin to explain what we now know, and begin to quash the bogus and often very silly and childish fake storylines that anorak supporters of bogus operations called 'Radio Caroline', have continued to push into the public media.
Unfortunately, these anoraks have a number of thieves among their number and they have repeatedly stolen our research, and then they have twisted it to support their own fake narratives. For this reason we have been careful to publish what we know in such a way that these anoraks either have no knowledge of its existence, or they find the parts that they are aware of too difficult to relate to their own fake messages.
The reason for the reprehensible actions of these 'quasi-Luddite' people is to obtain money by false pretenses from a public that is unaware of their fraudulent motivations. To date, everything shared by us with the public has been offered free of charge. However, we are now approaching the time for us to commercially exploit our work which we have paid for.
Details will be published on this Blog.
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