I am still awaiting information to be delivered that will enable me to continue with my story relating to Arthur Carrington. It has not arrived as yet. We already have quite a bit of background information, but there are some links that still need to be attached to reveal how he became involved with the story of Radio Caroline in order to conceal a myth that there were originally two projects and not one.
In the meantime the following thread has cropped-up on the Forum. I wonder if you have seen it and what your reaction might be?
It has come to light that while the 'Caroline Kennedy' hoax was created in 1965 for NY journalistic reasons to hook Bobby Kennedy for a 'National Enquirer' interview; Ronan O'Rahilly who was in NY for the ABC-TV panel game show 'To Tell the Truth', intervened and got Bernard and Leach to participate in what they thought was an innocent St Patrick's Day broadcast on Radio Caroline.
Instead it was use to embarrass Prime Minister Harold Wilson at a time when peace was on the agenda in Ireland with the blessing of all concerned. That was in 1965.
In 1967 Ronan O'Rahilly wrote a silly speech for Johnnie Walker to read at midnight on August 14. Again the target was Harold Wilson.
In 1970, not only was Prime Minister Harold Wilson targeted within a picture of Chairman Mao, but a WWII song aimed at Adolph Hitler was resung and aimed at Prime Minister Harold Wilson.
Meanwhile, in Ireland, 'The Troubles' were about to begin and bombings of a pub and a hotel in England was about to occur with tragic loss of life. I won't even begin to describe the reign of terror that gripped a part of the island of Ireland.
All of this bloodshed, mayhem and misery - all of it - can be traced back to 1965 and an idiot gadfly named Ronan O'Rahilly who was beginning to start a campaign to wreck the peace and begin a terrorist war.
Yet, the troll-anoraks are in love with this man who even Malcolm Smith disowns.
Explain that you trolls.
I am sure this will provoke a number of comments.
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