It is no secret that we despise the idiotic, heads-in-the-sand rantings of anoraks who support the totally discredited and fictitious claims made about "Jimmy Ross"; Ronan O'Rahilly and the 1964 creation of 'Radio Caroline'. We have the same reaction to the nonsense spewed out by the self-gratifying publishing and broadcasting activities of Paul Alexander Rusling and his 'yes-he-is-but-no-he-isn't' friend of Malcolm Smith who pretends to be Peter Moore, who pretends that his rusting hulk and tin-pot radio station are somehow connected to the creation in 1964 of 'Radio Caroline'. But for the sane out there who are taking note of our investigation, here is part two (with more to follow), of the theme we began yesterday concerning the true identity of Stephen Christoper Moore ....
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As the fine print reveals, Stephen's mother Nancy married a British citizen, which is how Stephen gained his right to live and work in the United Kingdom, even though he was born and lived in the USA until he was eight years of age.
Although others claim that little is known about Stephen's life after his first arrival in the UK during 1948, the fact that the anorak fake story about 'Radio Caroline' has to jump to 1964 as though Stephen is really some sort of Jack-in-the-Box who mysteriously 'appears' on the scene, is total rubbish. We are now searching for any documentation revealing his actual life prior to the year 1964 when his truncated name became associated with 'Radio Caroline'.
However, it was in 1964 that the fake anorak story began as a means of misdirecting everyone away from the true story. It is a very complicated story involving a major manufacturer of electronics products; newspaper and print interests; persons interested in challenging the legal fundamental issues underpinning the then future North Sea Oil and Gas industry, as well as independent producers of drama and recorded music.
The 'Georgie Fame' story is the silliest fake of all, since Georgie Fame already had an LP pressed, produced and for sale by the huge EMI conglomerate. Equally silly is the childish 'Caroline Kennedy' myth, which was plastered all over America by Stephen Christopher Moore, as a feature story inserted into its major Sunday newspapers with Stephen Christopher Moore's picture on top of it!
But the real anorak scam began in 1990, because that is when the affluent and influential mother-in-law of Ian Cowper Ross published his novel and launched it from her Harley Street address in the pages of 'Tatler' magazine! Up until that point in time, very few publications had appeared in print to explain the 1964 origins of 'Radio Caroline', and all of them concealed the real story!
But after 1990, the floodgates opened to books, magazines and even the infamous 1991 BBC-TV documentary in which Ian Cowper Ross implied that his novel of 1990, is really a disguised version of what really happened. However, the first place to tell the real story about the true origins of 'Radio Caroline' is right here, and it has come to you - free of charge - as a public service in the public interest.
If you paid anorak fraudsters any money for their fake renditions: demand an immediate refund.
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