In the 1960s, while Marshall McLuhan was busy explaining to Canadian students why "the medium is the message", in England, it was Beatrix Miller who was inventing a fantasy message about a girl named Caroline. By the 1980s, it was Tanith Lee who aptly but coincidentally extrapolated a true picture of that phantasmic girl: "The final shreds of her identity and her role seemed to discard her. She was left, a pebble spun through chaos, no firm ground anywhere for sanity to take a stand."* Back in 1965, investigators for the UK Board of Trade were coming to the conclusion that no matter how diligent they were, they would never find the parents of Caroline, because her parents did not exist. Caroline was an audible illusion. She was merely a false perception of a real sound that had been intentionally stimulated in the minds of listeners to deceive them: Caroline is the girl who never was. *Lee, Tanith. Day by Night. ISBN 10: 0879975768
Due to the amount of material already published on this Blog, and on our companion Blog, we are in the process of merging both timelines and placing our previously published research work into the order in which it should appear. As soon as this process is completed we will begin adding newly researched information. This will enable us to speed-up the first print date for our continuing part work and make it available before the end of this year.
It was if by magic that the renamed mv Fredericia suddenly appeared off Harwich on March 27, 1964, and when everyone looked, they found that it had departed from a dock at Greenore in the Republic of Ireland.
So who paid for that ship, and who took it to Rotterdam where it stayed for some time? Who put those imported Texas transmitters on board, and after a lengthy stay in Holland, who paid for the ship to be taken to Greenore?
The answer from the mountains of books and articles and newspaper reports is "Don't know".
But we do!
Here is a skelton outline of our timetable about the mv Fredericia which is currently being assembled. It does not begin in 1963, but that is where this short version commences.
This timeline will be expanded with additional material, much of which has already been published on this Blog as original research, but not in a universal timeline. Our existing timeline page will be gradually revised to include this content.
In the eponymous year of 1964 when Radio Caroline began to broadcast, Canadian professor Marshall McLuhan became the author of Understanding media: the extensions of man. From this book emerged that now well-known phrase: “the medium is the message”.
It has been interpreted in many ways, and one of them would fit the description of radio anoraks who seem to worship old hulks, jingles and the lives of aging disc jockeys, rather than program content.
While we are trying to discover the true origins of Radio Caroline, radio anoraks are the disciples of fantasy, and so our investigation is at variance with their own quasi-religious beliefs. Somehow they believe that the message broadcast is not as important as the location of the transmitter that radiated that message.
From this strange interpretation has emerged a reinterpretation of the words 'free radio'. To radio anoraks it does not mean the promotion of freedom of expression, but it often means the embracing of any corrupt political system that allows these anoraks to radiate poisonous diatribe into the ether.
Consequently, many radio anoraks put themselves in the same boat (pardon the pun), as the most extreme fanatical religious cultist, and no matter what we reveal, these cultists miss its actual message and seize upon a typo as the object of our publication. Crazy is too soft a word to describe these idiots, which is why we are adding the words of Marshall McLuhan to this Blog so that he can explain in his own words exactly what he meant. Here is Part Three ....
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.
Beginning in the year 1964, 'Jimmy' became the elephant in the room, and no one ever saw him because 'Jimmy' did not exist. Yet, everyone has been led to believe that he did!
But one man has been present all along and his presence in this story dates back before the Pilkington Committee first sat down to discuss the possibility of licensing commercial radio in the United Kingdom.
That man is Jocelyn Stevens.
Look for 'Jimmy' in this story and you won't find him.
But look for Jocelyn Stevens and all of a sudden, a hidden story begins to emerge!
He is even there in 1960, which is when Alfred Nicholas Thomas retired from the BBC and went to work for a company within the Pye Group.
Jocelyn Stevens was there in 1960 when Pye began limited broadcasting via a power-line transmission system under the name of CBC Radio Cambridge!
But if you follow the now well published stories about 'Jimmy' and Radio Caroline in 1964, you will be asked to believe in a phantom who, like 'Radio Caroline' as a company, never existed!
Back in 1964 Jocelyn Stevens knew the truth. He had been involved with various strands of interest in commercial broadcasting when they began to come together in order to put 'Radio Caroline' on the air. That was long before Ian Cowper Ross began to laugh at your expense in 1991 on BBC-TV with Jocelyn Stevens gladly participating. Because back in 1964, Jocelyn Stevens had done the same thing on Granada TV - with a very young and sheepish Ian Cowper Ross in the same room and just watching Jocelyn at play ....
Jocelyn Stevens was not "Mister Big" - but he knew who was, and Jocelyn Stevens was involved from the very beginning of the steps that led up to the creation of Radio Caroline. He assisted with the coordinating process of bringing together many different interests, and he was responsible for pushing Ronan O'Rahilly in front of the media as spokesman, and bringing in Ian Cowper Ross to write additional misleading material to misdirect the attention of the press and the government.
Please visit this site for the full story behind the fake D-Day confidence trick to deceive Adolph Hitler.
Here is an excerpt ....
While General George Patton acted out the storyline that was written for him, he was not the author of the plan.
That credit belonged to a very famous author (shown above), who worked on a highly secret committee that was part of a complex plan incorporating the activities at Bletchley, where the decoded information gained from the Nazi 'Enigma' machine, enabled the Allies to respond to the secret commands that the Germans were giving to their own military forces. This highly secret information was used in a variety of ways by Allied secret operatives. They included the SOE or Special Operations Executive, whose activities today might be classified as terrorism, and the Special Air Service known by the initials of SAS.
There was also a massive and highly secret broadcasting operation that the BBC wanted nothing to do with.
At its head was a man named Sefton Delmer and he created a huge clandestine broadcasting organization around a series of transmitters with the code name of 'Aspid'. The most powerful of these transmitters had been built in the USA for a station that never used it. After being bought from RCA, it was then shipped to England where it was nicknamed 'Astpidistra'. The name supposedly came from the Gracie Fields' recording which was actually called 'Aspidastra'. (We have previously covered that part of this story.)
Winston Churchill supervised all of these activities and most of them were, and some of still are, classified as highly secret. Churchill saw WWII as a total war to the finish, and he had set his jaw upon using any method whatsoever to defeat and destroy Nazi Germany. Some in his Cabinet became aghast and horrified by what they learned, and at least one high level person went so far as to say that he would rather lose the War than use such methods. But Churchill okayed them anyway, and their various operational directors received the go-ahead to use whatever imaginative ideas came into their heads. There was only one goal, and that was to utterly wipe-out and thus totally destroy Adolph Hitler's expansive plans to conquer and occupy other countries.
After the War the people behind all of this Allied skullduggery which originated in London, went about their civilian lives. But they were armed with a knowledge that anyone living according to the known and stated objectives of civilized life would find horrific - if those tactics were to be applied domestically in peacetime. But some found it difficult to turn off that knowledge, and at least one of them who had worked alongside the author of the fake D-Day plans of deception, became heavily involved during start-up period of Radio Caroline.
This is where the much more impressive role of General George Patton meets the life and times of Ronan O'Rahilly. It is how Patton's scriptwriter influenced the deceptive work of a very young Ian Cowper Ross who was tasked with aiding O'Rahilly into creating the fake story behind the start-up of Radio Caroline. But then Ian Cowper Ross was just a kid back in 1964, and someone else was pulling his strings!
More tomorrow ....