I don't know who wrote the script about the life of Ronan O'Rahilly which was then spoken aloud today for the world to hear, but there were at least two major problems with what was uttered in the name of all that is pure and true: Lies were part of the package!
If you have ever had to arrange a funeral, then you know that there are certain parts of the script that are left to someone other than the person who will utter the words out loud.
Since the speaker admitted to having little contact with Ronan O'Rahilly, the speaker was not at fault.
But somebody was!
[LISTEN TO THE LIE BY CLICKING ON THE VIDEO LINK ABOVE!]
If you look at the masthead of this web page you will see a reference to Robin Leach and the 1965 point of origination of this lie. I have not yet got around to explaining in great detail how and why this lie was manufactured, but in due course, I will.
Now before a number of people start jumping up and down to defend the now deceased Ronan O'Rahilly, remember you did not do this for the legless, blinded and abused Allan Crawford who died alone in a nursing home in Wales. Yet it was from Allan Crawford that Ronan O'Rahilly stole the limelight and the glory.
How about the departed Don Pierson? He was mocked by Johnnie Walker, and yet, Don Pierson was the creator of the stations that the BBC ripped off to create its own Radio One and Radio Two. But Don Pierson has gone unremembered by the same people praising Ronan O'Rahilly.
This is such a sick game being played by the trolls who are trumpeting the falsity that "Caroline continues" and wrapping their arms around a 'tribute' written by Malcolm Smith that all but calls Ronan O'Rahilly a con man. I would be most offended by that 'tribute', but it seems that the trolls either can't read or they cannot comprehend what they are reading.
The words "Convince a man against his will, He's of the same opinion still", have been quoted by many people, and what inspired Mary Wollstonecraft (1759-1797) to utter them, is anybody's guess, but they are true never-the-less. So it is with the claims of Ronan O'Rahilly who has taken falsity to his grave via a pulpit shown on a worldwide web cam.
However, there is another saying derived from Shakespear's 'The Merchant of Venice (1596): ".... at the length truth will out."