While we began this research project in 1985 with the question: “Why can you play rock and roll all day on the radio in America, but not in the United Kingdom?” - we have continued to move on in a step by slow and methodical step - until we have now arrived at a point in time of being able to define the foundation of our research project.
We gave it the name of YesterCode.
The year was 2003, and from that new starting date we moved on to expand the focus of our research to include an examination of the roots of law in the British Isles. Those laws then became the roots of law in the United States of America. Consequently we have restructured our organization to incorporate a library, a screening facility and conference room with the combined name of the JLRI Center.
By only focusing upon events, and by not placing those events within the boundaries of genealogy; chronology, and geography, events are taken out of context. Why that omission is important is because when we first began our quest with that very first question: “Why can you play rock and roll all day on the radio in America, but not in the United Kingdom?” - we did not understand that question within the context of life itself.
In fact, at this very moment in time and while writing these words, in the background can be heard the Crown licensed entity called 'BBC', and they are broadcasting a repetitious hailing of "God Save the King!". The BBC coverage has included reference to the "Lords Spiritual and the Lords Temporal", which dates back centuries to 1531 CE, and grab for power by King Henry VIII of England from Pope Clement VII.
That Pope based his authority to rule both his church and his state upon a fraudulent document called'The Donation of Constantine'. It is document concerning an alleged conveyance of the western half of the Roman Empire by Emperor Constantine. But that document is a fake.
The event was alleged to have taken place during the reign of Pope Sylvester I. He occupied his throne from 315 to 335 CE, but in reality, The Donation of Constantine' was probably written during the time of Pope Steven II (752-768 CE).
It was not proved to be a forgery until a priest and scholar named Lorenzo Valla (1407-1457 CE) came along. However, the fraud lived on, and in 1531 CE, King Henry VIII of England used this big lie to his own advantage in order to create his combined Church of England and Kingdom of England.
But the bogus history of the United Kingdom does not begin there. The UK was still way off in the future. There were many more lies upon lies to be added before the creation of that entity.
The first intermediary phase ended with King Charles I having his head chopped of in 1649 CE, and then the Kingdom of England ceased to exist. That event was followed by a dictatorship which continually morphed its way until the former Kingdom of Scotland was fused for a very brief time into a united republic!
General George Monck then gathered his army in Coldstream, Scotland and staged a coup d'état that placed the son of the executed King Charles I on a new throne. He became King Charles II. One of his first acts was to sign the 'Act of Oblivion' which made it a crime to refer to anything that happened between 1649 CE and 1660 CE. The Crown called that period the 'Interregnum'.
That is when King Charles II created the General Post Office as a means of censoring the mails.
This was the foundation for banning (censoring) all stories that are not acceptable to the Crown, and that included the creation of 'Radio Caroline'. On a more serious topic today, it is also provides the foundation for banning all media that originates in Russia. Only one side of a story can be officially told, and that story is the official story as told in the name of the British Crown.
"God Save the King"!
'Radio Caroline' came in 1964, but the true story about why it was created has yet to be told. It was then banned on August 14, 1967, using a barrage of fake information. It is not information from Russia that the peoples of the British Isles need to fear, but misinformation from the British Crown.
"God Save the King"!
The Crown is a corporation sole, it is not King Charles III.
But Charles, today, on BBC, you had your opportunity to tell the truth, but the BBC carried your own message of misinformation with the farce of so-called British "history" and "tradition". It is a tradition of lies and a history of misinformation, as you must know only too well.
There is no official "content within context" within your message, and no wonder: your message does not make logical sense. It is a disjointed mix of various fables all spun with the help of pageantry. The masses love the deaths of famous people. They love to gather at the gates and bid farewell to the departed. They did this for another king whose first name is Elvis.
We do not gather at the gates of the departed by in the libraries of the world. We do so because those who have stolen our research material and then republished it under their own name in vain self-glory - do so without understanding what they had stolen. They redistribute it to be absorbed by a gullible and foolish cult called anoraks.
We are engaged in a war against misinformation war that is being waged by the those who are now screaming at full volume: "God Save the King"!
Today, in London, the Privy Council gathered once more to serve the Crown with their new figurehead named King Charles III. They went through a ceremony of reciting words that the idiot anorak community claims do not matter. Yet, these same anoraks are now paying homage to the departed Queen. They do not seem to grasp the fact that the past is also their future, and yet, the anorak past never happened.
By not being stampeded into publishing an overarching and comprehensive account of our work at this time, but by methodically documenting it in published monologues, we have now established a foundation upon which we can publish an authentic and overarching and comprehensive account of past events.
We will continue to update the progress of our work on this Blog, and present even more focused accounts of our research on our 'Pebble Theatre' Blog.
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