See the posting on 5/28/2022 for details.
See the posting on 5/28/2022 for details.
See the posting on 5/28/2022 for details.
Because of very recent discoveries by 'The Trio', a new Intermission is being instituted on this site while these new discoveries are assimilated and while a new search is undertaken for very specific additional details.
These new discoveries create a new and unified timeline of events not previously published anywhere, by anyone, at any time, and yet they are in harmony with information previously researched and uncovered by 'The Trio'. These new discoveries create a unified timeline of events.
Because of previous attacks by plagiarists resulting from theft of previously paid-for research work made available by 'The Trio', for the time being, in order to mitigate against further financial losses of intellectual property rights, no additional information about our recent discoveries will be released to the public. These new discoveries, and their relationship to previous research work, will henceforth only be shared by 'The Trio' through controlled access by a limited number of known persons assisting with the final stages of research.
When appropriate, more information about 'Dial 999 for Caroline' will be released to the public.
Mark down today's date.
It is when the mysteries surrounding the 1964 creation of 'Radio Caroline' were finally solved by 'The Trio'.
Yes, 'The Trio' have now uncovered the hidden meaning behind the paragraph on page 276 of the book called 'Radio Man'. That is the book which claims to be the life story of Charles Orr Stanley and the rise and fall of the Pye Group of companies which he built out of one small business.
It has taken decades to find the real story because of many mis-directions that were intentionally fed to the media by the now deceased Ronan O'Rahilly, with added amplification from his side-kick Ian Cowper Ross.
Now add to their nonsense stories the ones spun by the absurd cult of juvenile-minded anoraks, who, with disc-jockeys and their ilk, have indulged in self-glorification by telling BBC-TV and whatever media outlet gave them time to spin their yarns. These are yarns akin to 'Monty Python' blather about a sandal and a gourd.
The wasted time and effort and money spent going down false leads explains why it has taken such a long, long time to find the real story. This discovery was made by 'The Trio' who have no Patron and engaged in this educational process of discovery by using their own funds, and are therefore not beholden to any external pressure group to find an answer which fits an existing scenario.
'The Trio' have followed a path of discovery to the truth, and nothing but the truth, and today is the day when the true foundation of this story was finally uncovered. Our readers will be able to read the results of this amazing discovery in the book 'Dial 999 for Caroline'.
It would appear that Garry Stevens (who began attacking a Messenger of this Message), has learned his lesson by deleting all references to both the Messengers and the Message - before they appear Online.
On the other hand, Dave Martin, whose work Garry Stevens calls a joke (which is like the kettle calling out the pot, because both are smeared with the burn marks of their own flames of fake furor), has now turned his forum into the place that Malcolm Smith and his tribe of dopes can and do attend. That is where Malcolm Smith attacks the Messengers of the Message which is appearing on this site.
Keep up the good work Dave.
Keep writing Malcom.
The more you attack, the more you attract readers to this site wondering what all the fuss is about. They now know that the anoraks may be divided, but they are all carriers of the disease known as O'Rahilly-pox, and the anecdote is right here on this web site, and the cure is being offered free of charge as a public service in the public interest.
Although the anoraks led by Dave Martin have gone into overdrive attacking the Messengers of the Message that appears on the Internet sites of 'The Trio', they have not responded at all to the Message. Only to the Messengers.
That is a shame on them, and it will eventually become the question posed in the future by everyone who will ask: 'Why did their campaign of deception last so long?' It was never 'their' campaign, because they were the dupes following the dopes who spread the fake message, but the dupes were also the victims of intentional deceit, as you will learn below this editorial.
At one time we appealed quite openly for assistance through an Internet newsletter, but all that it did wasi invite people like Paul Rusling to plagiarize this work. and then distort it? Why? For his own small-minded and self-gratifying vanity work of self-abusive literary nonsense that he called a 'bible'.
Others, like Malcom Smith, have created a plastic version of the past that is molded around the image of a person that he does not respect, because that person says Malcolm, a liar and a fraud: We refer to the deceased Ronan O'Rahilly. The world can see what Malcolm Smith hopes to gain from his miniscule enterprise, and that is a vain glory project for himself which he uses to attract dupes who foolishly give him their time and money.
But there are some like Chris Edwards of 'Offshore Echos' magazine, who began to work with us to investigate the claims made on page 276 book called 'Radio Man', and more and more it becomes evident that this book is the key to unlocking the door to the hitherto untold story about 'Radio Caroline'. Chris did the leg work in sifting though boxes of papers that our team had shaken loose from the Bradford annex to the Science Museum. But when our team ('The Trio'), began to find a totally different story about the origins of 'Radio Caroline' that rubbished everything which 'Offshore Echos' has been publishing, Chris suddenly, and quite dramatically severed his connections to 'The Trio' in an email. In that missive he pretended that he was upset because 'The Trio' were using a narrator called 'Caroline Brooks'.
In other words, Chris Edwards was also attacking the Messenger and not the Message.
Paul Rusling fell into the trap we set for him.
In the first version of Rusling's book he reproduced our hypothesis relating to the movement of the mv 'Mi Amigo', so we told him that it was fake. He was furious and so he deleted it from his second edition of his book. That deletion was accompanied by Online comments from him about 'The Trio' feeding him false information - which is like a thief complaining to the victim that what he had stolen was a fake, only to have the victim tell the thief that it was not - after the thief told everyone that it was.
So research by 'The Trio' continues and in the last two days we have made yet another major breakthrough which concerns that same hypothesis. But due to the anorak army of amoral misfits, we cannot tell you what it is at the moment. What we can tell you is that with every day that passes, the working title given above is really to the point, because none of the anoraks know why that title sums up the threat in 1964 of the planners behind the original (and real) 'Radio Caroline'. It was indeed one faction of the Establishment out of power who were fighting to wrest control from the Establishment in power.
Our research work continues to unravel two distinct storylines:
One of them is fake and it is the storyline promoted by Malcolm Smith and all those who worship the deceased anarchist Ronan O'Rahilly (who cadged coffee and cake of his gullible victims according to Malcolm Smith), and the other one is the true storyline about the creation in 1964 of 'Radio Caroline'. They are two different stories.
Until about the year 2014 and the investigation into the text of the IEE book 'Radio Man', 'The Trio' accepted the fake storyline about Ronan O'Rahilly as being true. Now 'The Trio' know that it is a lie and why it is a lie. But 'The Trio' also know now the framework of the true story as well.
However, 'The Trio' still label their published work as precursory due to the information that began to come to light after 2014, and this includes both the fake and the factual versions.
This is pointed out due to the attempt by supporters of Malcolm Smith to intentionally mix the past with the present and claim that the past is the present. This work is the result of an ongoing investigation and subject to change. However, the fraudulent past as represented by Ronan O'Rahilly and repromoted by Malcolm Smith, has absolutely nothing to do with the true story about the 1964 birth of 'Radio Caroline', and all of which you can read here - free of charge - during this ongoing investigation stage.
Belief systems are based upon laziness because they can't be challenged and they require no analytical engagement of the mind. All that belief systems require is believers. Malcolm Smith is an example of this process in action.
Malcom Smith is someone who is duping as many dopes as possible.
Malcolm Smith's belief system is that his entire operation calling itself 'Radio Caroline', IS 'Radio Caroline', even though any analytical person who hears his self-proclamation knows that it is not, because 'Radio Caroline' ended at twelve midnight on August 14, 1967, and that is now a long, long time ago.
Think of 'Radio Caroline' as an apple coming from one tree which is then chopped down and destroyed in a sterile environment. There were no seeds that could germinate to produce new trees of the same species. The species died on August 14, 1967, and all attempts to revive it from bits of old bark failed.
Why? Because the seed that manifest itself as 'Radio Caroline' was a product of its time and place as an event taking place on this Planet called Earth. It had its own raison d'être, and that purpose did not originate with Malcolm Smith. Its purpose was the invention of its Creators (plural).
Malcolm Smith has a basic raison d'être of his own, and that is to play old recordings on the airwaves. He calls it 'free radio', which, when used by Malcolm Smith is a meaningless term because it has no meaning in the context that Malcolm Smith is using it. Anyone within earshot of Malcolm Smith's own plaything can hear old records being played on any number of airwaves free of charge.
But Malcolm Smith claims that his version of 'free radio' is special. Why is that? What is he providing free of charge that others charge money for?
Malcolm Smith claims that his mentor is a self-proclaimed anarchist, which by the definition of that word means an anti-social individual who promotes chaos. A true anarchist veers away from supporting any kind of order in society. Order requires some form of governmental structure among human beings, and anarchists do not subscribe to governmental order because it requires regulation, and regulation requires enforcement, and enforcement requires government to create order out of chaos.
Malcolm Smith's mentor is Ronan O'Rahilly, a now deceased anarchist.
Malcolm Smith has already described Ronan O'Rahilly as a person who cadged a cup of coffee and slice of cake. Malcolm Smith's duped believers had to quickly redefine Malcolm Smith's words as sarcastic humor in order to protect not just Malcolm Smith from exposing his program of use and abuse of others, but from allowing Malcolm Smith to totally destroy his entire reason for being: his own raison d'être.
Malcolm Smith also falls into the trap of exposure by denouncing those who expose his raison d'être, but in so doing, he gives more exposure to his own fraud of duping the dopes.
Malcolm Smith is stuck.
The moment his dopes respond to the exposure, the ratings for the exposure sites shoot upwards. But that is not what 'The Duper' wants at all. However, if the exposure of Malcolm Smith's fraud is not challenged, then there is the danger that the mainstream press will take note and begin to ask if Malcolm Smith is also duping mainstream journalism as well as his dopes. Of course the answer is "Yes!". That is exactly what Malcolm Smith is doing.
Malcolm Smith's "solution" is to then attack his perceived 'enemy', the individual doing the exposing. Malcolm Smith attacks a messenger but not the message brought by a messenger. But that is a fatal mistake made by Malcolm Smith, because there is more than one messenger telling the world that Malcolm Smith is trying to attract dopes to support his own venture that he has called 'Radio Caroline'. But common sense tells everyone with a mind to reason, that what Malcolm Smith is promoting cannot be 'Radio Caroline' because the real 'Radio Caroline' died on August 14. 1967.
So, if Malcolm Smith's toy is not 'Radio Caroline', then what is it?
It is his attempted creation of an ethereal Ronan O'Rahilly.
In the mind of Malcolm Smith's duped dopes, the spirit of Ronan O'Rahilly has risen from the grave!
"Ronan be Praised!"
Aldous Huxley in his novel 'Brave New World', based his dystopian society of the future on Henry Ford and his 'Model T'. Malcolm Smith bases his society of dopes upon Ronan O'Rahilly and his rusty hulk called 'Ross Revenge', which was never used by the original 'Radio Caroline'.
This entire fantasy is a sort of pantomime of imitation paedophilia because it is based upon the life of a real six years-old girl named Caroline, but in this fantasy world of dopes, this fictitious 'Caroline' if more akin to 'Peter Pan' - because she never grows up. She never ages beyond six years old. But this make-believe 'Caroline' is indeed a phantom. She is not the real six years-old girl alluded to. Malcolm Smith's 'Caroline' is untouchable and always unobtainable.
As Garry Stevens defines this belief system, it is a cult which he calls the 'Church of Caroline', and he should know, because he is but a heretical self-defined offspring of this same belief system. However, Malcolm Smith has taken this religion to a new level by embracing Ronan O'Rahilly as his ethereal savior from what anoraks call 'Borg' radio, and he has enshrined his ghost of Ronan O'Rahilly within a rusting hulk called 'Ross Revenge'.
'Ross Revenge' is the holy temple, the place of worship and a training seminary for new priests who can also send out a message challenging the 'Devil of Borg' who rules the airwaves. Indeed, 'Ross Revenge' is now recognized as charity, "an organization set up to provide help and raise money for those in need."
But, as the saying goes: "charity begins at home", and since "god helps those who help themselves", it must mean that Malcolm Smith's 'Caroline' version of 'god' is Malcolm Smith himself, because Malcolm Smith is certainly helping himself to the charitable contributions of those he is fleecing with his fictitious message.
If Chris Edwards is the Anorak mis-information chief for print, then Paul Rusling is merely a wanna-be Anorak vanity publisher who Chris Edwards disowns, while Malcolm Smith is the imitation station owner who cringes at the mere mention of his name. But the doyen of rubbish is Ray Clark.
Ray Clark obviously sees himself as the self-appointed official BBC-ANORAK spokesman charged with spreading mis-information on the airwaves.
Listen to Ray Clark tell BBC listeners that Ronan O'Rahilly's wealthy dad provided the money in 1964 for 'Radio Caroline', but forget the fact that it was this same Ray Clark who dragged Ian Ross out of the woodwork with his 'Jimmy Shaw' story about the financing of 'Radio Caroline'.
What a bunch of very confused liars.
Listen now as BBC-ANORAK spokesman Ray Clark drags in the kitchen sink (minus "Jimmy") in order to drown himself in confusion while sending the noisy but tiny anorak audience out in Malcolm Smith's own begging-bowl hulk of deception ....