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.