Right now this Blog and the YesterNoir Blog are more-or-less carrying the same information, but that will soon change.
We initially did so to make it clear to trolling Anoraks that they were not welcome as readers, and we did not want to hear from them via emailed comments. Nevertheless they persist to this day in posting material on the Garry Stevens' Forum pertaining to this investigation with taunts that we will never publish our findings. Of course we have been continuously publishing our findings in the mainstream press since 1966, and then in academic papers, as well as making radio and television documentaries of our own.
But trolling Anoraks only attack people, they never address issues. So we gave these trolls one last chance with an 80-day countdown which has now expired.
We are back to addressing the issues in fragmented form on this and the companion Yesternoir Blog.
However, this Blog is focusing-in upon what the BBC did in creating 'The Radio Caroline Myth' that began in coordinated form in 1991 when it aired a television program in which Ian Cowper Ross claimed that his 1990 book (that was disguised as a novel), was in fact a disguised version of his own autobiography. It was after that claim which was first made in 1991, that a floodgate of books, magazine articles and newspaper accounts began to appear - all echoing the same lie.
At some point in the near future this Blog will again focus upon that the origins of that lie - while the Yesternoir Blog will deal with the sinister nature of the British Crown as a corporation sole, and its use of broadcast lies - while pretending that it does not engage in such practices. So keep checking back here while continuing to monitor the Yesternoir Blog.
'Jumble Show' seems to be an appropriate name for the BBC media monopoly that pretends that it is not. It claims that it is not, due to all of its supposed competitive rivals, but none of them have the backing of the Crown in the way that the BBC does.
The BBC is still tied to a licence fee - even though it pretends that it is not, and the enforcement of that licence fee comes with the stomp of the Crown in jackboots. It is called British law and order.
How this all came to be is quite a tale and it is a tale wrapped in confused explanations to the point that most people don't care what the explanation is, they just accept it as part of life in that part of the British Isles dominated by the Crown. (Ireland is not a part of the Crown, but what it is - is still a mystery with regards to that chunk of the island called 'Northern'.)
But the BBC, that is 'THE' BBC, is the master of confusion, obfuscation and deranged thinking when it comes to mass media programming.
You might think that 'THE' BBC and its Masters who do the bidding of the Crown corporation sole that that brought it into existence, explain to the hoi polloi everything that the hoi polloi need to know to live a tranquil life (and not cause the Crown too much trouble as it marches on through the centuries.) But it does so by making everything to do with geopolitics as clear as mud,
Its methodology is jumbling fact with fiction and time sequences as though they are part of a lucky dip game. It is a 'Jumble Show' of confusion.
In the last Blog, we referred back to Winston Churchill and his 1920 full page article in a Scottish newspaper in which he blamed 'bad Jews' for creating the USSR, or 'Communist Russia Plus', to those wondering what the USSR was. To do so Winnie, linked the 'bad Jews' to a man named Adam Weishaupt, or as he called himself 'Brother Spartacus' - only Churchill referred to him as 'Spartacus Weishaupt' just to make that which was already confusing - far more confused.
We explained in the last Blog that Adam Weishaupt founded a flash-in-the-pan 'secret society' called 'Illuminati' that took off like a lead brick. That is, until Churchill got hold of the idea in his full page 1920 Scottish newspaper article. (At the time, Churchill was the British MP for Dundee in Scotland, in case you are wondering how Churchill ended up north of the border of England.)
But there is more to this confusion: Weishaupt was in Bavaria, and that is where Adolph Hitler first attempted to overthrow a Germanic government. Hitler failed. At the time Adolph was upset with a bunch of Germanic communists who called themselves 'Spartacus', but they were not commemorating Adam Weishaupt, but a gladiator from long, long, long ago before Adam, and this warrior was named 'Spartacus'.
Now these German Spartacus imitators were trying to bring about the kind of revolution that Churchill had blamed on 'bad Jews' in Russia. These are all contemporary events with Winnie's newspaper article. Except that Adam and his failed secret society called 'Illuminati' were not in the picture at all - apart that is, from Winnie dragging in his reference to 'Spartacus Weishaupt', and of course, blaming it all on the "bad Jews".
Today, Winnie would be labeled as an anti-Semite.
Now jump forward in time to dear young Sophia of 'TikTok' - BBC World Service 'fame'. Sophia Smith Galer (courtesy of Facebook), wants her 'fans' (she is a 'star' on 'TikTok'), to believe that the modern day revival of the Illuminati conspiracy theory is actually tied to a lawyers office copying machine in Dallas, Texas. That copying machine peeled off five copies of a book about a dystopian joke religion that Sophia claims has its roots in the 'Illuminati' cult - as if there is such a thing outside of the tin hats of people like Churchill, and the idiots at the BBC.
But of course Sophia, who is paid by the BBC World Service to promote nonsense, got her cities and states confused. Because upon delving into Sophia's story we find the lawyer in question, was the same person who first promoted a conspiracy story about the murder John F. Kennedy in Dallas, Texas. But unfortunately for Sophia, that lawyer was in New Orleans, Louisiana. It was JFK who was in Dallas, Texas - which is not to say that many of the powerful families of oil rich Texas did not hate John F. Kennedy and wanted to see him die as fast as possible.
Their wish came true on November 22, 1963.
How about the 'Illuminati'?
Ask Sophia and her sponsors: 'THE' all-knowing, all-seeing and all-too-confusing BBC. They made up that story just as Winnie made up the original story about 'bad Jews' in Russia. Get the connection? 'Bad Jews in Russia' followed by 'Bad Jews in Germany'. There is some sick form of irony at work here that puts the foundational ideology of Winnie on the same team as Adolph.
But that is the idea, isn't it?
'THE' BBC does not exist to inform and enlighten, but to confuse to the point of total frustration where the viewer and listener says "I give up".
How did this foundational ideology get going?
Ask John Reith back in 1924 who spelled it all out when he cobbled together 'THE' BBC. Winnie and John were rivals because they both had big egos and both egos could not exist in the same time and space.
But come WWII and Winnie's fight with another man named Adolph (who also had a big ego), caused Winnie to create a secret society of his own - to fight Adolph - "off the record".
If you thought that the BBC was the lone official broadcaster in Britain, think again. The Crown made the BBC very public, but it kept its 'other' operation very, very secret.
It was dirty, nasty, vicious and without any care or feelings for those it intended to hurt. Who were they? Not the top Nazis, but the Mom and Pops and kids who did what they were told according to what they heard from their wretched government. On the other hand, the British Crown was so bad and uncaring that the Lord Privy Seal figured that it would be better to lose than use the same Nazi methodology - only England under Edward I (go back to the year 1297!) was the prototype of Heinrich Himmler and his desire to exterminate the Jews - (move forward in time from 1297 to Wannsee in 1942)!
Winnie created his own secret version of BBC and it broadcast over what was claimed to be the world's biggest radio transmitter. It was made by RCA in the USA and shipped to the UK and installed in an underground bunker in England. Over time a lot of mythology has come to surround this device because it was obtained and used at the time in total secrecy. It was called 'Aspidistra', which is a tiny house plant!
However, this RCA manufactured and imported transmitter was actually one of several smaller units and both individually and collectively they were all identified as 'ASPI's, but because this RCA unit was so powerful, it was called 'Aspidistra'.
Unfortunately in doing so, the engineers created an oxymoron, because if the RCA until was gigantic and the Aspidistra house plant is so small, why give it that name? Well popular legend has it that this RCA transmitter was named after a popular song by Gracie Fields, except that the record label in the UK, and its rereleases aboard, claimed that Gracie was singing about an 'Aspidastra' - a plant that became a tree - which never existed.
Gracie's house plant turned into a kind of 'Jack In The Beanstalk' unique tree by means of grafting an acorn to the house plant, and that resulted in the 'The Biggest Aspidastra In the World'.
Now, listen carefully to Gracie sing her song - with her very strong regional accent and 'Aspidastra' sounds like 'Aspidestra'.
What it does not sound like is 'Aspidistra'.
If 'THE BBC' can't even tell the truth about an RCA transmitter that was bought by the Crown for use by another and highly secret British broadcasting organization dealing in pornography, lies and mean-spirited exploitation of war victims, what else can't it tell you the truth about?
For one thing in can't tell you the truth about the origins of Radio Caroline in 1964.
It was 'THE BBC' that allowed Ian Cowper Ross to go on television in 1991 and tell viewers that his book that was published the year before in 1990, was not so much a novel work of fiction, but a disguised version of his own life story.
But that was a lie and his 1990 book was indeed a work of fiction.
However, there then followed a stream of writers who embodied this fictitious tale into their own works, and every one of them claimed that it was the truth.
But it was not: it was a lie!
So there you go: 'THE' BBC spreads confusing misinformation whenever any of its many transmitters are turned on, and so it is no wonder that it was 'THE' BBC in 1991 that created the mythological story about Radio Caroline in 1964, all with the help of Ian Cowper Ross.
The moral of this explanation is this:
Don't trust anything that someone says is true, unless you have used courtroom due diligence to check it out!
Okay, so a bunch of human beings stuck Winston Churchill on a pedestal to be worshipped as some sort of Patron Saint of Deliverance from Hitler, and we are all supposed to revere his legacy.
Now Churchill did pull out all the stops so that the defeat of Hitler justified the means in doing so. That is, if you know how Hitler gained his power in the first place, and if you know what Churchill eventually did to get rid of Hitler.
Most people don't.
Most people see the sanitized version that looks as if it popped out of a box of cornflakes as a plastic gift for kids. Hollywood and the BBC have helped to create that image. But we look inside the cornflake box and notice a few contaminants surrounding the wrapping.
For instance, look back a few entries on this Blog and notice our earlier comments about Churchill. They are in the context of that "tin hat" subject called 'Illuminati': the that one that conspiratorialists like to refer to, in order to give you a two-second explanation for all the world's ills. But like most subjects we will tackle, there is a mixture of truth mixed-in with the fiction surrounding Churchill.
In 1920, Churchill was blasting Jews for creating the nation that became the Union of the Soviet Socialist Republics - the USSR. In 1920, Churchill linked those Jews to "Spartacus Weishaupt". Now there really was a man named Weishaupt. His first name is Adam, because although he is dead, he kept the name. Adam Weishaupt founded a secret society on May 1, 1776 in Bavaria, which is now a part of Germany.
Weishaupt called himself 'Brother Spartacus', and he linked his cause back in time before this Common Era. Adam named himself after a Thracian gladiator called Spartacus who met his end at about age 40 in 71 BCE, while this warrior was fighting slavery. But Brother Spartacus was not fighting slavery, in fact, it is difficult to fully comprehend what this philosopher and professor of law was fighting against. In any event Adam Weishaupt's secret society called Illuminati fizzled out.
But, in Bavaria during Churchill's time, Adolph Hitler began a political fight against people who rallied under a Spartacus banner and they were trying to imitate those Jews that Churchill bashed in his newspaper article, because they were 'inspiring' Germans to copy the Communists who overthrew the Russian monarchy and created the USSR.
So what's the connection to Adam Weishaupt?
There is no connection.
Now ask the BBC this question: Who created the modern-day 'Illuminati' conspiracy theories? Their mouthpiece named Sophia will point to a lawyer's office in Dallas, Texas. The trouble with her explanation is that the lawyer she points to on behalf of the BBC, was in the State of Louisiana, not Texas.
President John F. Kennedy got killed in Dallas, Texas and the lawyer in Louisiana came up with a conspiracy theory about who killed him. But the BBC are paying a young lady full of hot air to work for their World Service and tell BBC listeners and viewers everything that she and the BBC do not know about the Illuminati, by pretending that they do.
Check her out: Her name is Sophia Smith Galer, and she claims to be a TikTok 'star', and that's apparently all the qualifications she needs to bamboozle the BBC World Service audience in her link to Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/watch/?v=518436448988600&_rdr
In other words, Mz Galer who claims to be a "visual faith and ethics journalist" - whatever that is in BBC-speak - doesn't know what she is talking about, but then, neither do the people who run the BBC.
Or do they?
We think that they do and that they just lie and make stuff up just like Ian Cowper Ross and his explanation about how Radio Caroline began.
Actually, Sophia should study her claimed subject of speciality, and she implies that it includes aspects of religion, because the subject of religion is at the foundational root of both the BBC and the geopolitics that surround it. There is a long history of religious broadcasting in the British Isles that is tied to the creation of the BBC. It's a geopolitical gimmick and one of the broadcasting tricks that Churchill used to defeat Hitler.
It is also the storyline behind the story that continues from there into emanations by Radio Caroline which was bouncing around in the North Sea during the Nineteen Sixties.
If you are a tin hat airhead Anorak, turn away from this site now - you won't like the Blog entries to follow, and you will positively hate them in manuscript book format at a later date!
While the British 'Black' broadcasting stations remain mysterious fragments within a British mass media story, its 'rival' British Broadcasting Corporation stations seem to have been documented to death. But are all those retellings of the past, true accounts, or are they fiction mixed together with some true accounting of events?
The same scenario and resulting question also applies to the sudden emergence of British offshore broadcasting stations in the Nineteen Sixties. That scenario ended in 1967, but it suddenly came to life as a roman a clef story in 1990, and as a BBC-TV documentary in 1991.
The TV show of 1991 claimed that the 1990 book was no novel, but a semi-concealed autobiography. That book referred to a family named Shaw, and the primary storyteller on the 1991 TV documentary was also the author of the novel. He stated that the novel was actually a disguised version of true events, and because it was autobiographical in style, it meant that Ian Cowper Ross who wrote the roman a clef novel, was really writing his own autobiography about himself and his family named Ross.
In this way the character in the book who was named Jim Shaw, became Charles Edward Ross, if Ian Cowper Ross was telling the truth. He was not.
But after the 1991 TV documentary, a floodgate was opened and a stream of books began to appear that turned Charles Edward Ross into an amalgamated creation of fantasy named 'Jimmy Ross'. He was a man who never existed, and 'Jimmy Ross' who never existed, was credited in all the books that followed as the man who financed 'Radio Caroline'.
The problem is that no company called Radio Caroline was ever registered in the UK or anywhere else during the formation time period in question. More than this, the name 'Caroline' was allegedly derived from a young girl around 5 years old whose name was Caroline, but the connection was made to this young girl by another man who claimed to have been on a trip when he read about the five years old. Another problem, the man who made that claim never went on that trip and the article he claimed to have read did not exist.
Now the mother of the 5 years old did exist, she was Jackie Kennedy, and about 5 days after the murder of her husband John Fitzgerald Kennedy, Jackie made up a story about an event named 'Camelot' that was supposed to have depicted her late husband's fantasy world. But again, Jackie Kennedy lied, and that connection to the show 'Camelot' cannot be made.
Everyone has lied.
The history of the British Broadcasting Corporation is no exception, and when it comes to the ultra-secret world of pornographic and fake religious 'Black' broadcasting in World War II, the story becomes even more obfuscated. Yet, there are fragments of truth is all of these events, and that is why we created the YesterCode to enable us to take these fragments, search for missing pieces, and put them together in the context of time and place, just like any detective trying to solve a murder mystery.
Therefore it will come as no surprise that the madness of 'Mr Tin Hat' Winston Churchill in his 1920 rant about 'good Jews' and 'bad Jews' and the rebirth of a secret cult known as 'Illuminati', does contain elements of true events, even though Churchill did not put anything in context and left it to a future generation of nutcases to start inventing their own claims that the 'Illuminati' are behind everything that is wrong with the present world. Ditto for the BBC explanation about the modern day origins of the 'Illuminati'.
What we are in the final stages of now putting together, is the first book in a series of volumes that debunk the 'tin hat' nutcase claims. This includes the fake histories of both land and offshore broadcasting. We are doing it segments on this Blog, but it will appear in manuscript form as a book, later this year.
We have already told you the answer, but it seems that many did not understand, so here it is again ....