Some have written to me wondering why I am so long-winded in explaining details related to this Review. Well, let's say if I followed the lead of Paul Rusling - I would be accused of "he said"; "she said" without any way of knowing who is telling the truth.
Therefore I will fulfill the promise that I made to you yesterday concerning the comment that begins at the bottom of page 9 of Rusling's 'bible', and continues on to his page 10 (original softback edition.)
Paul Rusling referred to the General Post Office with these words:
"The General Post Office decided to block any expansion of the embryonic broadcasting service. The GPO had been established in the 17th century and was the government tool used to censor all types of communications, whether sent by mail or broadcast."
Since Paul Rusling does not read history books or perform original research (he admitted), then where did his information come from about the history of the GPO?
The quick answer is that his information came from this Online video which you can watch at: http://radiocaroline.info - or you can read the slides taken from that video (reading from left to right, and then follow them on the next line beginning with the left side, and so on.).
This video called 'Yesterday Never Happened: Dial 999 for Caroline', was made by the same team that Paul Rusling used a source for his plagiarized text. If you would like to read more about this subject, please visit this 2015 academic article that was authored by Gilder and Hagger and later published as a copyright work.
It is called: The British Interregnum: a yesterday that never happened.
Its abstract follows: Three hundred years before George Orwell wrote his 1949 novel Nineteen Eighty Four, Seventeenth Century events referred to as the 'Interregnum', could have served as one source for his inspiration.
Several themes run through Orwell's musings, and one pertains to the compilation of a dictionary scheduled for publication by the year 2050. The purpose of Orwell's lexicon is to document the finality of a process achieved through 'extirpation by redaction'.
By intentionally reversing common definitions of specific words, and then interjecting those alternative renditions into common usage, they eventually lose their original meanings, and those words can be then be removed from the dictionary. Orwell explained that it is part of a process to control human memory: "You are unable to remember real events and you persuade yourself that you remember other events which never happened."
Today, each time the word 'Interregnum' is substituted for events which took place between the years 1649 to 1660, the process of 'extirpation by redaction' is being employed.
Here is its Online location: http://foundthreads.com/03.html
This Review of the Rusling 'bible' will continue tomorrow.