The world of the Anorak is plainly stupid.
Stupid in the sense of being brain dead.
The world of the anorak does not encourage the asking of intellectual questions in order to fathom intellectual answers, it just hears propaganda and repeats propaganda and then asks people who once worked for the people who originated that propaganda, what they knew about the people who issued that propaganda. These idiots then write books, give interviews and bask in their own momentary spotlight of vain glory.
But they knew and know absolutely nothing.
This relates back to the start of Radio Caroline.
When Planet Productions Limited was registered as a sales company on February 27, 1964 in the Republic of Ireland, the ship mv Fredericia had already been purchased at the close of December 1963. So who paid for it, and what was the name of the business entity that had a need to buy that ship?
Who was running the show prior to February 27, 1964, and why did Beatrix Miller, who was the editor of Jocelyn Stevens' 'Queen' magazine, reveal on that same day that she had decided to quit working for Stevens?
It was Beatrix Miller who came up with the name 'Caroline' - years before Stevens then applied it to a radio station project. Beatrix Miller did not like the change of direction so she quit.
Stevens had gone to school to learn the trade of printing, after graduating from Cambridge University. Stevens had one goal in mind, and that was to become a publisher. He bought 'Queen' as a going concern, but contrary to what that mindless moron named Paul Rusling has written, he did not buy it from his uncle. Stevens also came to own several other publications before he sold his publications by 1968, to other publishing houses. By then he had already disassociated himself from anything to do with Radio Caroline, and that included Planet Productions Limited where he was also a director. He was also a director of an associate firm managed by his wife's father.
Clearly Jocelyn Stevens was running the show, but on whose behalf? Ronan O'Rahilly was working for Jocelyn Stevens, and behind Jocelyn Stevens was an impressive board of directors controlling Project Atlanta Limited. That company was registered in England at the beginning of August 1963, months before Planet Productions Limited in Ireland.
But, while Allan Crawford has been seen as the figurehead running Project Atlanta Limited, and Crawford later complained how difficult it had been to scrape together money from the sale of shares in that company, he soon came to have an impressive board of directors who had roots in the world of printing and publishing. That is, except for man who represented a legacy derived from Royal Dutch Shell, and he owned an entire village in East Anglia, just up the coast from the first Shell Oil terminal in England.
This man also had a very wealthy sister who became famous in her own right due to her association with an ITA television presenter named Alan Whicker. However, none of these impressive directors appear as shareholders of Project Atlanta Limited, they only appear as directors. But there was one family on that board of directors - father, mother and children - who had a very interesting tie-in to the world of WWII deception and trickery. In fact the work of the father had a great deal to do with the deception of Adolph Hitler regarding the actual location of troops that invaded continental Europe on D-Day. So deceiving anoraks was no problem at all.
Meanwhile the mindless and gormless anoraks who keep up their diversionary tactics of telling readers and viewers to "look over here" in order to learn about the start of Radio Caroline, seem to be oblivious to the facts. They seem to be content with squabbling over nonsense; stealing our research and contributing nothing towards an understanding of this topic.
Therefore are now moving on by beginning the process of reassembling our work within a timeline to which we will be adding more details. From this will emerge the foundation for our new series of part-publication manuscripts that will then appear in print.
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