Prince Charles explains 'pebble theatre'.
Don Pierson [right]
explains how a young
Prince Charles made a
request to join the
Radio London fan club.
Prince Charles explains 'pebble theatre'.
Don Pierson [right]
explains how a young
Prince Charles made a
request to join the
Radio London fan club.
Because the issue of copyright theft of our material keeps getting posted on the two troll boards, one being hosted by Garry Stevens and the other one by Dave Martin, we decided to address this matter once more.
The reason being is that a number of brainless trolls keep posting childish remarks and naming us as though it is no big deal to steal intellectual property. Some of these trolls try to hide behind silly names and they think that they cannot be unmasked and revealed in all their shame as to who they really are. They may be in for a big surprise, if that kind of behavior persists.
Several years ago, using the 'big tent' theory of inclusiveness, we began to expand our investigation with a newsletter that just grew, and grew in its number of recipients. The 'Caroline Investigation Newsletter' was published at various time with articles and illustrations concerning matters under investigation and details of matters resolved.
After we established a secondary research base and repository in Scotland, we entertained Paul Rusling on two occasions. He was also on the mailing list and we further engaged in phone conversations with him. You may wonder just how he came up with a lot of his hitherto unknown information, well the answer is that he stole it and then tried to marry it to existing hoax material like the 'Jimmy' myth.
Intellectual property has a monetary value because it costs both time and money to produce it, so theft of intellectual property is not a small or insignificant matter, It can lead the thief into a lot of unpleasant situations. Actions have consequences.
These newsletters were very comprehensive and they went to a lot of people, some of whom you know and some (only some) of their names are listed below:
Paul Rusling; Stuart Hill; Sean Stowell; Ian Anderson; James Martin; Kenny in Scotland; Brian Lister; Colin Morrison; Fred Bunzl; Mike Leonard; Neil Gates; Chris Dannatt, and many, many more which include people we are still working with but we will not name here.
Once Paul Rusling was forced to play his hand resulting from a tip-off derived indirectly from Hans Knot which revealed Rusling's intention to publish and accredit us a source, we stopped publishing the Newletter. Then we decided to create this web site to let the world know what happened, and at the same time broaden the scope of our investigation.
We offered on more than one occasion to accept an apology from Paul Rusling and close the matter. He refused to do so and tried to explain that theft of intellectual property is merely the taking of an idea and that ideas are free to all and cannot be copyrighted. But the 'Caroline Investigation Newsletter' was tangible. It was detailed in text and illustrations and it was copyrighted. Some seem to not understand the law on copyright. We suggest that they consult a lawyer before attempting further breaches of the copyright laws as they apply in various countries.
Editor's note: The original version of Part 1 in this series was shortened by removing published text to Part 2 in order to incorporate additional information within the timeline of this recital, which also helps to explain motivation and raison d'etre behind the actions of Aodogán O'Rahilly.
In 1932, which is the same year that he registered the Weatherwell Tile Company Limited, Aodogán O'Rahilly who had been born at Hove in England, stood as a Fianna Fáil candidate for a seat to represent Dublin South in the dáil of the Irish Free State (1922-1937), without success.
During the following year of 1933, and prior to Aodogán's marriage to Marrion O'Connor, the Irish Free State created the Turf Development Board Ltd. [TDB] to develop Ireland's bogs. The TDB later asked Aodogán to join its board of directors, and because Aodogán could see that future development of the bogs could result in both economic self-reliance for Ireland, as well as a successful commercial venture, he became a key member of its organization.
In 1936, the TDB was renamed Bord na Móna, and that same year Aodogán and his wife Marion built a house now known as "Mooreen" in the townland of Mooreenaruggan near Dublin. "Mooreenaruggan is in the Electoral Division of Clondalkin, in Civil Parish of Clondalkin, in the Barony of Uppercross, in the County of Dublin."
The plans used to build their home had allegedly been promoted as the 1932 'House of the Year' and sold by Macy's Department Store in New York City.
During his year of house building near Dublin, Aodogán went in 1936 with the managing director of TBD / Bord na Móna to the USSR on a "fact-finding mission to see how those countries utilised their bogs." But his own inspection of Joe Stalin's Communist Russia ".... led to his disillusionment with Marxism and his rejection of communism as a whole." Aodogán then switched from being a communist flag waver, to pseudo-American-style capitalist, while waving Ireland's economic flag to further its capitalist commerce.
Then, still in 1936, Aodogán went with his Bord na Móna colleague to Meppin in Lower Saxony, Germany, and that visit convinced Aodogán ".... that Ireland could develop its bogs as a viable energy resource with the appropriate financial backing and machinery."
The year 1936 was a momentous period of time in Germany, because Adolph Hitler was both its Head of State and Chancellor, while being addressed as its Führer. In February, Nazi Germany opened the IV Olympic Winter Games; in March it invaded the Rhineland as it morphed into a total dictatorship by enforcing new laws against Jews and other minorities. In August it staged the Summer Olympics with the first live television coverage by any nation, and in November it signed the Anti-Comintern Pact with Japan as an alliance against the Soviet Union.
The years that bled from 1936 into the secretive German-Soviet Nonaggression Pact of August 23, 1939, that resulted in the invasion of Poland by Nazi Germany from the west on September 1, 1939; which then triggered a declaration of war on September 3, 1939, by the United Kingdom against Germany; that was in turn followed by communist USSR invading Poland from the east on September 17, 1939; is a somewhat murky period of time when it comes to describing the activities of the O'Rahilly family.
We do know that these were the years when Aodogán's brother was both a barrister by profession, and cheerleader for the Nazi Germany, He hoped to see the defeat of the United Kingdom in World War II, because he was also hoping that a Nazi victory would lead to the total liberation of Ireland from control by the British Crown.
Meanwhile, on the O'Rahilly domestic front, Aodogán and his wife Marion brought several children into this world. They included a daughter named Nuala, who married and had children of her own. Nuala was followed by a son named Eoin, who also married and had children. Then, on May 21, 1940, came another son named Ronan, and thus began his own tale of total obfuscation which we are now stripping back to reveal just what was really going on in this person's life. Aodogán and Marion had two more daughters after the birth of Ronan. They were given the names of Rosin and Iseult, and both married and had children of their own.
We will continue to document the life and times of Aodogán O'Rahilly in tomorrow's Blog.
Addendum to Life & Times ....
Continued from yesterday. Please note that editing changes may take place following first publication, and that if new or additional information comes to light, then it may be incorporated into the existing monologue with textual modifications. This is exactly what has occured since yesterday's edition was put on line. Additional information has become available which now needs to be incorporated. Please check back tomorrow.
We are now basing our own research around the following outline to which we will be adding considerably more information. It is a biographical sketch concerning the life of Aodogán O'Rahilly.
Once the outline is established on this Blog we will add a button next to the Introduction where you can access it as one page. Its details will then also be added to the main Timeline page. The foundation for this outline was written by Shaun Boylan as part of the Dictionary of Irish Biography. Our expanded version will incorporate a lot of new details, but the original version published by Cambridge University Press, is still available for you to read at:
Aodogán John Eoin O'Sullivan O'Rahilly was born on September 22, 1904 at Hove, England. He became the third of four sons of Michael Joseph O'Rahilly, and Aodogán's father became the second person to adopt the title of 'The O'Rahilly'.
Aodogán's mother is Nancy (née Brown) O'Rahilly. She was U.S. citizen whose father owned wollen mills in Philadelphia, Pennsyvania.
Aodogán O'Rahilly was age eleven years in 1916 when his father died during the 'Rising'.
As previously noted, Aodogán O'Rahilly attended the Mount Saint Benedict private Catholic school in County Wexford. It was founded by a parent private Catholic school in England, but the Irish version morphed ".... from an imported English public school model to a school considered suitable for the [Irish] republican elite."
In the years that followed, "the Irish language and a history centered on nation-building—were adopted wholesale into the new educational program of the Irish Free State after 1922," (see the reference in Part 17 of 'Aodogán's Latent Agenda'), and Aodogán, along with his brothers, became immersed in this way of way of thinking about Ireland.
Aodogán then attended University College Dublin (UCD), but from 1922 to 1923 during the Civil War, Aodogán O'Rahilly joined the forces fighting against the Treaty with England. Aodogán then he returned to UCD, which is where he read the works of Karl Marx and George Bernard Shaw. They helped to prompt him into joining the 'Friends of Soviet Russia' and declaring a communist political affiliation.
In 1926 Aodogán graduated from UCD with a degree in engineering. He then began work in the UCD Engineering Department on Post Office projects. Nine months later, he went to work at a bacon factory in Dundalk.
This brings us to the beginning of a time period which had been fuzzy, because we were not sure when Aodogán O'Rahilly decided to branch out on his own. Now we know. The year was 1929 when Aodogán O'Rahilly created his own business to manufacture concrete roof tiles. That now appears to be the year when Aodogán O'Rahilly first went into business for himself. The year was previously unknown to us, but Shaun Boylan has recorded 1929 as being that starting point.
It looks as if Aodogán's initial venture began before the company called Weatherwell Ltd was brought into existence. Aodogán O'Rahilly may have originally called his business 'Condalkin Tile Company' - after the name of the community next to Dublin where he had established both his home and enterprise.
On February 19, 1932, the Irish Press reported the election results for candidates who stood for Dublin South, and they included Aodogán O'Rahilly who was at the time going by the name of Eogan and represented Fianna Fail. He was not elected.
In an edition of the 'Wicklow People' newspaper for February 3, 1934, there appeared a news report which upset Aodogán O'Rahilly to the point that he reacted by writing a letter of complaint to that newspaper. Aodogán's response was published on February 24, 1934.
The original report identified Aodogán's business as the 'Condalkin Tile Company', but Aodogán O'Rahilly responded in the newspaper on behalf of Weatherwell Ltd.
It is interesting to note that Aodogán O'Rahilly stated that the "first tiles made by us were used over four years ago ....". So this raises a question about what he meant by "us"? Was it Weatherwell Ltd, or was it an unregistered company called 'Clondalkin Tile Company'? His letter was written on behalf of Weatherwell Ltd., which could simply have absorbed the 'Clondalkin Tile Company' business.
The reason for raising this issue is because until relatively recent times, the business records reflecting the active dates of Irish companies was not available Online, and the documented paper trail is somewhat expensive in both time and money to obtain from the government in Dublin. This is what official records currently reflect:
Aodogán says that the manufacturer that he identified as "us", began manufacturing roofing tiles "four years ago". He made this statement in his letter which was published in the year 1934, and four years earlier the year would have been either 1929 or 1930. But if Weatherwell Ltd was not registered until 1932, then it is likely that Aodogán was trading as the 'Clondalkin Tile Company', as noted in the original newspaper story to which he was responding. Shaun Boylan continued his own summary with these words: "Always determined to found his own business, in 1929 he finally established an enterprise to manufacture concrete roof tiles."
Also during 1932, which was the same year in which he registered Weatherwell Tile Company Limited, Aodogán "stood as a Fianna Fáil candidate in Dublin South in the elections to the dáil but failed to win a seat", Shaun Boylan.
On January 30, 1934 Aodogán O'Rahilly married Marion O'Connor (born October 10, 1905) in Philadelphia, like Aodogán's mother. His wife was the daughter of Michael Joseph O'Connor who was born in Ireland and emigrated to New York as a boy.
[PLEASE NOTE: This text has been shortened in length since first publication due to additional information becoming available. It will be incorporated into the next part of this monologue.]
Aodogán's Latent Agenda, part 18 ....
Because an authentic and reliable biography of Ronan O'Rahilly does not exist, and after finding an authentic and reliable biographical sketch of his father's life, we are now switching to focus upon the "Life & Times of Aodogán O'Rahilly". We will now use that sub-title to create both a marker in our documented research, while we begin to establish a timeline upon which all other events related to the scope of this investigation and the life of Ronan O'Rahilly can be attached.
Addendum to part 17 ....
We were going to start tomorrow with a follow-up to Part 17 of this series, by chronicling the development of the company called Weatherwell Ltd., but then we ran into a big problem.
We began to find a lot more detailed information about Aodogán O'Rahilly, while at the same time drowning in the rubbish that anorak trolls have caused to be plastered all over the Internet. Those humongous piles of wasted words have made a bad situation ten times worse because they portray a totally false account of the life of Ronan O'Rahilly; his father's life, and his grandfather's life. Someone even gave a ridiculous script to that priest who read it out at the Mass for Ronan O'Rahilly. It wasn't the priest's fault. He seemed to have had very little knowledge about the life of Ronan O'Rahilly as a biologically living human specimen.
So here's just a few of the problems we have uncovered:
First of all there was more than one Ronan O'Rahilly who died in fairly recent times, and this other Ronan O'Rahilly did something worthwhile with his life to benefit mankind. He was a noted author and embryologist, so he advanced our knowledge of medicine.
Ronan O'Rahilly the bogus creator of Radio Caroline retarded our knowledge of mass communications. We went through Andy Archer's account of the life of 'Radio Ronan' (to distinguish him from the Embroyologist), and we also looked at various other accounts. But they told us very little about who 'Radio Ronan' was before he popped up in London.
Andy Archer made a reference to Dermot Ryan and his Dublin car hire business, next door almost, to 'Radio Ronan's' home. So we went looking for a respectable biography of Dermot and his life accomplishments, and we found one. But it seems to have nothing in common with the life of 'Radio Ronan'.
One of 'Radio Ronan's' sisters is on record stating that her brother arrived for the first time in London when he was 17 years of age. That would approximate the years 1957-1958. But then there all those duplicated stories about him arriving in 1961 and doing all manner of things which have been checked out and revealed as bogus ballyhoo. We will come back to this 'Radio Ronan' in due course.
We already knew that there were at least three people who called themselves 'The O'Rahilly', and the second one is the one who tried to stop the 1916 'Rising' and got shot and killed like a cat with too much curiosity about what was going on.
Then there is Aodogán O'Rahilly, or more properly as he came into this world at Hove in England: Aodogán John Eoin Sullivan O'Rahilly. It seems that a priest would not baptize him unless he was also given a "proper Christian name", and apparently, that is how he got the name of John.
Now what we did not say in Part 17 is that Aodogán left school as a devout communist, which is how he then ended up in the Union of the Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR), and that is where Joe Stalin rapidly disillusioned him! From what we now know, Aodogán then switched and became an American-style capitalist - while waving the economic flag to further Ireland's capitalist commerce.
For more about Aodogán we suggest you refer to https://dib.cambridge.org/viewReadPage.do?articleId=a6974 - before we begin to introduce more of those details into this continuing multi-part feature about 'Aodogán's Latent Agenda'.
It would be good if a decent and honest biography about 'Radio Ronan' already existed, but it does not. Therefore, as part of this media-microscope research project, we hope to create one in the near future. We will hive it off from our planned series.
Aodogán's Latent Agenda, part 17 ....
Aodogán O'Rahilly was born at Hove in England.
He was one of five sons, and he was age eleven years when he father died. That was in 1916 during the 'Rising'.
The Catholic school that Aodogán attended was Mount St. Benedict, and it had morphed ".... from an imported English public school model to a school considered suitable for the [Irish] republican elite."
In the years that followed, "the Irish language and a history centered on nation-building—were adopted wholesale into the new educational program of the Irish Free State after 1922," and Aodogán along with his brothers became immersed in this way of way of thinking about Ireland. But as the years went by that did not translate into Aodogán becoming a front line soldier for the Irish Republican Army.
Aodogán's American family ties had more of an influence on his life, because they directed him to embrace the can-do spirit of free enterprise. He became a part of that world of commerce which has helped to finance the world of business in the Republic of Ireland.
Aodogán followed the money, and this is key to understanding what happened to his son Ronan, and why Ronan was a bird dog looking for investors in his father's family businesses. In the early days, Ronan was not, as some, as many would have you believe, a person wandering around looking for something to get his father to invest in.
His father Aodogán came from a background of privilege. He was part of an ".... independently wealthy and combining bourgeois gentility with the frisson of nationalist cordite ...." Aodogán's childhood ".... was a world away from the financial precariousness ...." of other children who had parents linked to the 1916 'Rising'.
Aodogán O'Rahilly was the beneficiary of an elite education that began with a school in Ireland which had been spun-off from a school with very English roots, and pragmatic Aodogán's first gasp of breath had been at Hove in England.
Later in life, Aodogán decided to resurrect the life of his father and boost his father's standing in the pages of the past, by writing a biography. But the underlying quest for Irish identity that his father had fought for in days before the formation of the IRA, was not something that Aodogán was going to embrace.
His brother, who became a barrister and touted himself with that same moniker of 'The O'Rahilly', did that. Aodogán's sibling went so far as to become a cheerleader for Adolph Hitler's Nazi troops during World War II, because he thought that the Nazi conquest of England could lead to the total liberation of a free and independent Ireland, thanks to German assistance.
Aodogán's father had embraced the promotion of the Gaelic League, and this idea of an Irish language helped to strangle the growth of Irish broadcasting. It was a barrier that Charles Orr Stanley, a "Proddy-Woddy" Protestant Irishman from Cork and chairman of the Pye Group of companies, could not overcome. Neither could Gordon McLendon, who during the same period of time during the late Nineteen Fifties, also pitched the idea of building a new Irish commercial television service.
But that same enthusiasm for this cultural cause was not expressed in the life of Aodogán. He married a U.S. citizen and he even embraced American commercial architectural plans when it came to building his own family home just outside Dublin. So when the bloodline trickled down to his son Ronan, there was no commitment to anything of substance, only a groping in the dark to find his own identity which he never was able to discover.
Ronan O'Rahilly was a gadfly who became someone else's 'decoy duck'. He was even handed a script to read, because as gifted as he was with his blarney, he was short of imaginative material. For that he leaned on an Englishman named Ian Cowper Ross with two immediate family connections to English aristocracy. That was the same English aristocracy which always treated the Irish people like pay dirt which his grandfather supposedly gave his life to fight against during the 'Rising'.
On the other hand, Ronan's father Aodogán was a pragmatist. He was not about to swim against the tide, because he wanted to swim with it, and that tide flowed from the financial world in London.
Tomorrow, the birth of Weatherwell Ltd.
[Quotations and references drawn from: Nic Dhaibheid, C. (2016) ‘Schooling the National Orphans’: the Education of the Children of the Easter Rising Leaders. Journal of the History of Childhood and Youth, 9 (2). pp. 261-276. ISSN 1939-6724 ]
Aodogán's Latent Agenda, part 16 ....
Untangling mythology from true facts detailing the background history of the O'Rahilly family, is a bit like trying to decipher the truth behind Walt Disney's "historical" recreations; the screen life of John Wayne and the geopolitical-media life of Gordon McLendon.
McLendon called himself 'The Old Scotchman', not the old Scotsman. McLendon wrapped his Houston radio station in a tartan and applied for and received the call letters KILT. But he was actually born in Paris, Texas because his mother from Oklahoma, and she was intentionally driven across the State line so that Gordon could be born in Texas. As a result, he attended school in Atlanta, Texas, and he later engaged in building a fantasy world of baseball by recreating games in the basement of a Dallas hotel for his own radio network.
John Wayne was the stage name of Marion Michael Morrison who was born in Iowa, and he got injured body-surfing while attending university in California. He began taking small parts in nearby Hollywood movies. That blossomed into a fictitious portrayal of the 'Wild West' and an American fighting man who never fought in any war, but he was accepted by the OSS (forerunner of CIA), to serve in their media activities.
Walt Disney delved into movie-making; theme park creations, and then the 'Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow' (EPCOT), in Florida, which morphed into 'Disney World'. The real world and the fantasy world collided and others caught on with recreations of everything from building 'Noah's Ark', to rebuilding Windsor Castle and Cutty Sark, after both were ravaged by fire.
We are told what we see, and what to look at, and we are often told that what we are seeing is a part of the preserved past. In reality this is not true, and what we witness instead is a past that never was. It is not so difficult to obfuscate the lives of people or things, if it involves examinations from time periods that have past, because there are plenty of people willing to tell us about the past.
In reality, the only recitals that matter are those from contemporary records created by people with first-hand knowledge, and which can be corroborated by more than one source. That is a very time-consuming, and often, very costly process that involves turning over rocks to see what is underneath them. Then, those who undertake that kind of exercise encounter the wrath of others who do not want those rocks to be overturned.
So we are in the process of overturning rocks and in the process we are encountering a number of people who want the rest of humanity to believe that a past that never happened, did happen, and their motive is usually financial gain. This is evidenced by our investigation into the background history of Ronan O'Rahilly.
The O'Rahilly family are of recent branding, because that is not what their name was, and their identification with Ireland is really intrusive because they are half American and Ronan's dad is technically an Englishman!
The 'Rising' of 1916 was built around a cultural separation from London using a revived Irish language. Scotland jumped on that same bandwagon and so did Wales, but they did so with little in the way of physical violence to back-up those two cultural companions that were built upon separation by language.
Charles Stanley and Gordon McLendon both sought to introduce commercial television into the Republic of Ireland, and they failed because of this cultural backbone based upon the development of a new Irish language. It is interesting that Aodogán O'Rahilly did acknowledge his father, but he did not wrap his own life in this cultural fight. He wrapped his life around a family business.
The fake storytellers want you to believe that Radio Caroline was tied into the Easter 'Rising' of 1916 in Ireland, but nothing could be further from the truth. Ronan O'Rahilly was looking for investors in the family business, he was not trying to find investors for someone else's business.
More about Aodogán O'Rahilly and Weatherwall Ltd., tomorrow!
Aodogán's Latent Agenda, part 15 ....
The commercial story of Aodogán O'Rahilly is preserved in the published activities of Weatherwell Ltd. That is where we find the interwoven true story of his son Ronan who did his best to conceal his past, which includes the real reason why he arrived in London.
If you watch his video interview and listen to his words, and then read his print interview conducted by Colin Nichol, you will come away with the impression that Allan James Crawford turned to Ronan O'Rahilly for financial investment.
But is that what happened?
The answer is no, and to discover the real story why Aodogán O'Rahilly was not in any position to invest in someone else's project, nor in any mood to antagonize either the Irish or British governments, you have to know all about Weatherwell Ltd.
That company began by manufacturing roofing tiles.
Weatherwell Ltd registered a mortgage on May 26, 1933, but at the moment, we do not have a separate listing for the exact date when the company itself was formed. Unfortunately official records of the Irish government concerning this event are not available, and neither did they digitize Irish business records until decades later.
One year after that May 26, 1933 registration of a mortgage by Weatherwell Ltd., the 'Wicklow People' newspaper printed a letter in their edition for Saturday, February 24, 1934. It was written by Aodogán O'Rahilly and he was complaining about a Wicklow County Board of Health statement which had been previously published by the same newspaper in its edition dated February 3, 1934.
In his statement published on February 24, Aodogán O'Rahilly, claimed that: "The first tiles manufactured by us were used over four years ago by Dublin Corporation." So the question is this: Does the use of the word "us" in this context refer to 'Weatherwell Ltd'? Or does it refer to a O'Rahilly family business enterprise, that was not registered as a limited company at that time?
We don't know the answer, as of the time of writing.
If the use of the word "us" does refer to the Weatherwell Ltd company, then its date of formation is pushed back to approximately the year 1930, or even earlier, since the company could have been formed before it began manufacturing roofing tiles for sale. However, the newspaper trail that has been left behind, together with the government records on line and those which we have retrieved from the archives, tell us a totally different story about Aodogán and his son Ronan, than the one that is still in wide circulation.
That chronological trek into the past of true events begins tomorrow, and remember, unlike the scammers who want your money, we are delivering this to you free of charge!
It would seem that yesterday's blog touched off one troll who has acted in the past as a blackmailer, and who is now reverting to stalking the messenger.
Why the knowledge we are revealing is so personally threatening to some trolls, we don't know, unless the connection is to a Ofcom community licensed station called Radio Caroline.
We have made it repeatedly clear that our primary area of interest resides in events leading up to the year Nineteen Sixty Eight, although some related information goes beyond that year. But we do not listen to, nor do we have any interest in the local community station which is calling itself Radio Caroline.
We do wish to repeat the fact that some of its supporters find it necessary to latch on to and claim a connection to the past that does not exist, and in so doing they collide with our research which is dedicated to unmasking those bogus events. This collision then poses a threat to the fund-raising activities of that local community licensed station, because they use the bogus stories to get news coverage, and then use that same news coverage to raise funds. The bogus stories make the local community radio station look as though it has an important and historical past. It does not.
So clearly the fund raisers for that local community station are very fearful about what we are doing, even though we have no interest in what they are doing, until that is, their activities descend into illegal and threatening behavior aimed at us.
From time to time we do engage and pay for private investigation services.
We did so to unmask the true identity of Ian Ross in order to uncover the truth behind the 'Jimmy' hoax. We have also used such services at other times with good results to aid our research.
But now this self-funded investigation is having to set aside funds to unmask the potentially dangerous trolls who hide behind a variety of silly names which they use to promote posts that descend into blackmail and stalking us.
We are not talking about Paul Rusling who we have met with in person on more than one occasion, and who was on our original mailing list. Rusling is a self-publisher who stole our research for personal gain and twisted it to support the mythology behind the local community radio station. We can deal with him in other ways. This warning is aimed at trolls using a variety of names which they seem to think will conceal their true identities.
We will, if necessary, unmask them in public and show the world who they really are using both words and pictures. If this includes you, consider yourself to have been put on notice that this information will, if necessary, also be brought to the attention of all government agencies who have an interest in not just this kind of behavior, but in the license that you are trying to protect by deceitful means.
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