In case you missed this reference a couple of days ago concerning the visit by Aodogán O'Rahilly to New York (see Part 4), and the reference to the 'Economic Cooperation Administration', please note these words in the illustration to the left: "Irish Importers of ECA-financed machinery and equipment from the United States."
Its relevance will become self-evident why Aodogán O'Rahilly was not aiding and abetting international political problems between nations. He was drawn into a problem as a result of a secretive business quid-pro-quo arrangement that turned into a nightmare when what was supposed to be kept quiet, was then splashed in print and on a derogatory Grenada TV show called 'World in Action'.
Crawford did not go to see Aodogán O'Rahilly in order to hit him up for investment money, but to solve an emergency problem in exchange for Allan Crawford paying Aodogán O'Rahilly! But the cash that greased the payment, did not come from Crawford, but from the underwriter who was behind the entire Radio Caroline project.
When Jocelyn Stevens claimed on that same Granada TV show that there was no 'Mister Big' in Eastern Europe, he was telling a geographical truth. Mister Big came from near Cork in the Republic of Ireland, and his base of worldwide operations was in Cambridge, England.
Contrary to a lot of nonsense from the plagiarizing fingers of Paul Rusling, we were not the first to notice that the mv Fredericia was originally bound for the Isle of Wight after leaving Rotterdam, Holland, and not for the Republic of Ireland. However, while looking for other documentation today, we stumbled across an email from a well-known and reputable offshore radio authority who had previously brought this matter to our attention!
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