Sefton Delmer's programming was considered to be so outrageous that the British Broadcasting Corporation wanted nothing to do with it, and so WWII Prime Minister Winston Churchill gave him his own 'Alternative BBC'. It went under dozens of names because Selfton Delmer had dozens of stations, all aimed at deceit and mind-manipulation.
But Sefton Delmer was not alone.
There were many other secretive organizations that were inspired by the mind of Winston Churchill.
Now remember, Winston Churchill had been personally responsible (back in 1920), as the local Member of Parliament for Dundee in Scotland, who promoted what has become a 2021 cult classic of mythology called 'The Illuminati'. Winston Churchill was very politically and culturally un-correct by today's standards, because he was a quasi-Anti-Semite who came up with the idea of "Good Jew" and "Bad Jew".
Churchill claimed that British Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli was a "Good Jew" - because he had renounced Judaism by switching to English Christian Protestantism which had a British King (today a Queen), in charge of that organization called the 'Church of England'.
Churchill's "Bad Jews" were the international Jews who had overthrown the Russian monarchy and created the Union of the Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) in order to promote communism.
Churchill was born to an English father and an American mother, but his political ambitions lay with himself and his manipulation of the British Crown. This he interpreted to mean that as WWII Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, he had to undermine its Crown corporation sole so that in turn, he could then undermine the government of the United States of America. Why? So that Churchill could bring the USA into the War on the British side. This Churchill did with great success!
But Selfton Delmer was not alone in the compartmentalized world of Winston Churchill's devious plans for propaganda. Because along with his proto-terrorist SOE charged with "setting Europe ablaze", he also had a Committee whose job it was to deceive the Nazi empire of Adolph Hitler about the location of D-Day. This job was tasked to a man who became a very famous British novelist, and he in turn worked on this Committee with another man whose job it was to take that fake information to UK Ambassadors overseas. After all, Churchill did not want his own stooges to deceive his own representatives into trying to negate the false propaganda that was intended to deceive Hitler about the real D-Day invasion plans.
That agent from 1944 who took this fake warning to British government officials overseas, was the same man who worked to create the fake world of 'Jimmy' in 1964. The same kind of fake stories that anoraks have fallen for, was part of a plan to deceive and mislead, just like the Nazis fell for the fake story of D-Day.
Yes, the fake story behind Radio Caroline came from the same kind of people who had been tasked with deceiving Adolph Hitler, and the young and impressionable anoraks of today have probably only a foggy notion about who Adolph Hitler was, and what he did.
So anoraks, you were, and apparently you still are, push-overs ready to believe any old rubbish thrown your way. While you may be devious, your brains are mush compared with the intricate ambitions of a man like Winston Churchill. That is why you need to be told about the real game-plan behind Radio Caroline, but the question is this:
Are anoraks minds so welded-shut to receiving the expose we are bringing to you - free of charge?
The anorak propagandists behind your mind-manipulation make you pay financially for rubbish, and then their con men make you work for them free of charge as a 'labor of love'. Not only is it not loving, but it is not awareness either. However, it does appear that there really is a "sucker born every minute".
Dig deep suckers, a present-day junior deceiver wants you to pay for a new engine to be installed on his hulk, and to also pay for the rising cost of electricity to power-up his fraudulent operation called 'Radio Caroline'. Better that you watch and listen again to the attached video and begin to actually wonder if you have been led to believe the bunch of hogwash which claims that "Caroline continues" - when in fact - Radio Caroline has been dead since August 14, 1967.