The 'Swinging Sixties' never happened, but a bunch of kids were hired to play records from unlicensed transmitters from off the coast of the United Kingdom, and the news media had a field day misreporting about how repressive life had been without those sounds. But this was of course a lie. The Beatles were already famous before the pop pirates first appeared on the airwaves.
The man who brought pop music to the British airwaves took off for the USA where he did it again. His name is Jack Good and the medium is television, not radio. But Jack Good has become the forgotten man in a sea of lies promoting an Irish kid named Ronan O'Rahilly.
Over the years the lies have escalated via the number of books published about the fake side of this subject - the story that never happened and the impact it never had. Behind this misinformation was a geopolitical propaganda machine which had used the U.S. based branch of the Lutheran Church and then Billy Graham to fight the Cold War, but in the Sixties, in Britain, it became the turn of Herbert W. Armstrong and his son Garner Ted.
These two were sex-crazy; money-hungry and power-seeking liars. Obviously Garner Ted got it from his Dad, but where did Herbert learn to use and abuse? That is what we will be revealing tomorrow.
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