Back in 1964 the people behind Radio Caroline had several reasons for obfuscating the facts in evidence about who they were and what they were doing. They had to move fast because the 'quality press' of those days began to investigate what was going on and who was pulling the strings, and various factual stories began to appear in print.
Today those same stories from long ago are discarded by the anoraks because they do not fit in with their belief narrative and their adopted messiah who is now deceased. They are ugly facts and anoraks are at a loss to know how to deal with them.
So the anoraks feed the mainstream press of 2021 and rely upon con men like Paul Rusling to help them out. Rusing is now trying for the second time to sell these anoraks an 'updated' version of his 'bible'. But Rusling is a small time con man who is dealing with a small time crowd, although it seems to be making enough money to make it worth his while to keep printing books on demand. He orders them, the printer prints them and Rusling sells them.
Rusling is annoyed that this is a process called 'print on demand' which he wants to limit to identifying one version of explanation where small print runs of a handful of books can be bought from a printer. However, the fact is that Rusling submitted the manuscript to the printer and the printer then manufactured them to Rusling's specifications and. Rusling paid the printer.
At least, we assume that Rusling paid the printer because back when Ray Anderson used our research to print 'The Wonderful Radio London Story', that printer did not get paid and he then contacted us for help! At the time we wasted a lot of time over Ray Anderson due to his antics that eventually involved him ducking behind a shield of UK bankruptcy law.
Rusling was the pal of Ray Anderson involving a series events surrounding the radio ship which housed a station which went by various names, most including the name 'Laser'. Our job now is to keep pointing out the scams and to keep on publishing the true story.
This brings us back to the events of January 1964 and the purchase of a Danish ferry boat called mv Fredericia. This investigation will be continuing later on today over on our companion Blog.
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