While the British 'Black' broadcasting stations remain mysterious fragments within a British mass media story, its 'rival' British Broadcasting Corporation stations seem to have been documented to death. But are all those retellings of the past, true accounts, or are they fiction mixed together with some true accounting of events?
The same scenario and resulting question also applies to the sudden emergence of British offshore broadcasting stations in the Nineteen Sixties. That scenario ended in 1967, but it suddenly came to life as a roman a clef story in 1990, and as a BBC-TV documentary in 1991.
The TV show of 1991 claimed that the 1990 book was no novel, but a semi-concealed autobiography. That book referred to a family named Shaw, and the primary storyteller on the 1991 TV documentary was also the author of the novel. He stated that the novel was actually a disguised version of true events, and because it was autobiographical in style, it meant that Ian Cowper Ross who wrote the roman a clef novel, was really writing his own autobiography about himself and his family named Ross.
In this way the character in the book who was named Jim Shaw, became Charles Edward Ross, if Ian Cowper Ross was telling the truth. He was not.
But after the 1991 TV documentary, a floodgate was opened and a stream of books began to appear that turned Charles Edward Ross into an amalgamated creation of fantasy named 'Jimmy Ross'. He was a man who never existed, and 'Jimmy Ross' who never existed, was credited in all the books that followed as the man who financed 'Radio Caroline'.
The problem is that no company called Radio Caroline was ever registered in the UK or anywhere else during the formation time period in question. More than this, the name 'Caroline' was allegedly derived from a young girl around 5 years old whose name was Caroline, but the connection was made to this young girl by another man who claimed to have been on a trip when he read about the five years old. Another problem, the man who made that claim never went on that trip and the article he claimed to have read did not exist.
Now the mother of the 5 years old did exist, she was Jackie Kennedy, and about 5 days after the murder of her husband John Fitzgerald Kennedy, Jackie made up a story about an event named 'Camelot' that was supposed to have depicted her late husband's fantasy world. But again, Jackie Kennedy lied, and that connection to the show 'Camelot' cannot be made.
Everyone has lied.
The history of the British Broadcasting Corporation is no exception, and when it comes to the ultra-secret world of pornographic and fake religious 'Black' broadcasting in World War II, the story becomes even more obfuscated. Yet, there are fragments of truth is all of these events, and that is why we created the YesterCode to enable us to take these fragments, search for missing pieces, and put them together in the context of time and place, just like any detective trying to solve a murder mystery.
Therefore it will come as no surprise that the madness of 'Mr Tin Hat' Winston Churchill in his 1920 rant about 'good Jews' and 'bad Jews' and the rebirth of a secret cult known as 'Illuminati', does contain elements of true events, even though Churchill did not put anything in context and left it to a future generation of nutcases to start inventing their own claims that the 'Illuminati' are behind everything that is wrong with the present world. Ditto for the BBC explanation about the modern day origins of the 'Illuminati'.
What we are in the final stages of now putting together, is the first book in a series of volumes that debunk the 'tin hat' nutcase claims. This includes the fake histories of both land and offshore broadcasting. We are doing it segments on this Blog, but it will appear in manuscript form as a book, later this year.