Now that "The BBC" has been pushed forward as the image of the United Kingdom, rather than the shambles of the monarchy (since Charles has not had time to make a mark on paper), "The BBC" has been brought forward as a substitute.
But like the UK Crown in 2022 (which Charles represents), "The BBC" is also putting forward the ridiculous idea that 95 equals 100.
How else could "The BBC" claim to be celebrating a Century on air?
It has only been on air and in existence for 95 years.
That is a fact.
We are now using their own absurd, illogical and totally fictitious claim against them. The present operatives hiding behind the initials "BBC" are doing so for one reason, and that is that the present operatives who share those initials are not one hundred years old. The British Broadcasting Corporation is only 95 years old. But by referring to 'BBC' instead of the name of the Crown chartered British Broadcasting Corporation, these operatives are trying to get the dumb 'BBC' listeners and viewers to believe that 'BBC' means British Broadcasting Corporation and that those letters have always meant British Broadcasting Corporation - even when they stood for British Broadcasting Company Limited.
The missing five years were occupied by the British Broadcasting Company Limited.
The entity called the British Broadcasting Company Limited was finally would-up in 1929 by none other than John Reith. He was wearing two hats and he acted quite illegally, because legally he could not serve two masters at the same time who both had common interests.
The fact is, that "The BBC" by its own definition regarding the falsity of its claims about its own longevity, is an entity founded upon lies and obfuscation.
"The BBC" claims that it is "your BBC", but it is not. It was the creation of the Crown and you have no control over the mythology it spins about itself and the world at large.
That is why we are exposing their big lie.
To achieve that end we are currently working on a single volume which will date from the birth of broadcasting by following key figures. It is not a complicated story unless you want to make it a complicated story.
The line we are following is tracing only three generations that will go from events leading up to the broadcast by Dame Melba in 1920 over radio station 'MZX', to the voice of Paul Kaye telling listeners that "Radio London is now closing down".
This book will be supported by a part-series of books containing documentation.
Details about this initial overview book, including its title, will be released within coming months, and will be published in 2023.
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