Over the years there has been talk that Prince Charles might opt to become known as someone other than King Charles III. Charles, we now ask that you stick with this interim title after your coronation, so that we can explain with a lot more clarity what became of King Charles I and how King Charles II gained his bogus hold over the kingdoms of England, Scotland and Ireland.
Readers can find many of the details in our linked monograph [below] about the 'Interregnum'.
The facts on the ground show that a conjuring trick was played on the Peoples of the British Isles long before Rabbie Burns made his declaration about the people of Scotland: "We're bought and sold for English gold - Such a parcel of rogues in a nation!"
Now the cry for independence for Scotland has risen past the ranting of a few to the parliamentary cries of many at Holyrood. But the question is: "Independence from what?"
King Charles II of England, was never crowned as King Charles II of Scotland, and the creation of the Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland was still a long way off in the future. But Charles II was proclaimed to be King of Scotland, because several years earlier he had been falsely crowned at Scone Palace as "King of Great Britain" - a nation that did not exist and would not exist for many years in the future.
But to stop the whispering and the questioning, King Charles II of England, who presumed to be King Charles II of Scotland, had signed-off on a law after 1660 when he gained power in London. That law was the 'Act of Oblivion'. Everyone under his thumb was forbidden to speak about the events that followed the death of his dad King Charles I in 1649 - when an axe chopped off his head.
Because through a series of civil wars and related events, England and Scotland briefly became a united nation, but not as a kingdom, but as a republic!
So what has this to do with 'Radio Caroline'?
To enforce the 'Act of Oblivion' a General Post Office was created by the Crown under King Charles II, and the purpose of this GPO was to have exclusive control of private correspondence and thus, take on the ability to censor radical words that might undermine the illegitimate rule of King Charles II. The Crown in this context is not a hat, but a very secretive organization that is structured as a corporation sole, just like the Papacy in Rome from whence the idea originated under King Henry VIII of England.
King Charles II believed in "might make right".
"Might make right" became the law of communication control in the British Isles. First the mails, then the telegraph, then the wireless telegraph, then the telephone and then the wireless telephone which became known as 'telephony'. They were initially all point-to-point communications.
But wireless telephony meant that anyone other than the intended first party could 'listen-in'. This is the practice that became dubbed as 'broadcasting'.
Maybe it was possible to consider that all of the above forms of communications required connecting points, and therefore those connecting points were merely electronic post offices.
So we ask: how did 'broadcasting' that skipped the 'post office' intermediary step between 'sender' (transmitter) and receiver (listener) get around that issue?
Enter the Royal Navy and the Official Secrets Act. Now the military had the upper-hand and the upper-hand over that upper-hand was the hand of the Crown.
It is a short skip forward in time to 1964 and the advent of a ship anchored just outside British territorial waters upon which a broadcasting 'plant' (the name by which the location of a radio station was originally known), had been built. After several failed attempts, a station called 'Radio Caroline' made it on to the air, and then the shouting began.
Shouting, because except for a few 'quality' publications in the very early days that tried to deal with the legality of this issue, the mainstream press broke into sensational reporting that focused upon the Postmaster General of the day - as if he alone was the 'spoil-sport'. But he was not.
Moving on past 1967, we then enter the phase of criminal activity replacing what had been a true legal issue regarding freedom of speech and expression, to one of lies, deceit and theft by those engaging in offshore broadcasting.
Today, many years have past since August 14, 1967, and considerably more since 1660 and the days of King Charles II. But now, as of yesterday we have a King Charles III already holding the de facto reigns of control over the British Crown.
We use the word 'de facto' because not only has a coronation yet to take place, but by going back in time to King Charles II and his 'Act of Oblivion' which forbade everyone from discussing the fate of King Charles I and how England and Scotland briefly became a united republic, we can see that King Charles III is going to be sitting on a "Throne of Lies and Deceit". The alternative is for Charles to now tell the truth.
What a revolution that would set in motion!
All of sudden John Lilburne's name would be resurrected as the champion of individual liberty and a written constitution for England. If Lilburne had won and not been imprisoned by both Charles I and Oliver Cromwell, he might have set in motion a true revolution in the British Isles. Scotland would be free and so would the entire land mass of the island of Ireland.
It's your call Charlie.
What are you going to do?
While readers are waiting to find out, please avail yourself of our video that we made some time ago. This video does explain the 'Act of Oblivion' in context, as well as the lies and deceit of Ronan O'Rahilly. Then, read more about John Lilburne in our previously published monograph:
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