It is a fact: In sixteen days time (including today), we are scheduled to meet yet another publishing deadline for the fourth manuscript in our part work serialization. Yes, we successfully met the previous three deadlines and our work was published according to plan.
It has been a time of revealing, not just the story behind the story about the creation of 'Radio Caroline', but presenting the total destruction of the story that everyone thinks that they know about the creation of British broadcasting.
This new dateline was established some time ago, so this publication is going ahead. Where and how it will be published we are not revealing at this time on this site. Those 'in the know' are well aware of the previously published parts one through three.
This fourth part couples to the previous three parts to provide a different kind of a narrative. It is not a dry recycling of key dates and known events, but a pulling back of"The Curtain of Oz" to reveal that anoraks believe in a yesterday that never happened.
Anoraks seem to be unable to fathom what our publishing strategy is, and what it has been up until this date. Consequently they have fretted on various forums about our seemingly fragmented approach that dribbles out information, and not necessarily in sequence. This causes the non-thinking anoraks to become overly frustrated into making absurd demands and claims that if we don't publish according to their timetable, then nothing we are claiming can be true.
In turn, this causes the anoraks to launch into personal attacks against us.
The reason for not publishing in sequence is two-fold:
One we are still, as of this day and time, conducting deep research and uncovering more amazing information. Two, because of people like the deceased Chris Elliot and his still-alive publishing buddy Ray Anderson; not to forget Steve England's 'Tapetrix' and a string of others such as plagiarist Paul Rusling, and the head-in-the-sand Ray Clark with and his fantasy source Ian Cowper Ross, helped of course by BBC-TV who avoid the true story where possible - we have learned that these people do not respect the concept of not stealing the work of others. So it would not be wise for us to tip them off. Instead, we give them enough rope to hang themselves, or to put it another way: enough time for them to reveal what they have stolen to date, and what they still do not know.
Depending upon how much we reveal in this fourth part (which depends upon restrictions of available space), will determine how soon we will begin combining all of our previously published works in textbook; academic monologue; mainstream press articles; broadcasts and interview formats, into the first in a series of volumes. But the clock is now counting down to this new deadline. Whether the anoraks are aware of what we have been doing and what we are about to do, well, that remains to be seen.
We will be watching to see how they respond. So far our teases on this Blog have been designed to draw out responses from the plagiarizing anoraks to see what they know about our research, and publishing agenda, and when and how they first learned about what we have discovered. To date, it seems, they haven't a clue, which is fine by us.
In case you have not noticed, today is July 1, 2022.