Tag Archives: Russia

Opinion: The Pot is Calling the Kettle Black

False Flag Operations OK. I’ve written about this before, but recent news suggests that the Russians are going to create a situation in Ukraine by attacking their sympathizers there in a ‘false flag’ operation. This is not new. The term … Continue reading

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I Don’t Want To Seem Like a Cassandra*, But…

War with Russia? To be honest, I don’t listen to the warmongers very often. What we see on the nightly news can only be considered propaganda, at best. But something that was said the other day really caught my attention: … Continue reading

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Last of the Great Russian Christian Mystics

Leo Tolstoy (September 9, 1828 – November 20, 1910) Ian, from our Faith & Science group, sent me links to pdf copies of two of Leo Tolstoy‘s books on the Gospels. Ian also copied out the Preface to “The Gospel … Continue reading

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And When He Died, He Did Not Ascend

Nicholas K. Roerich (died December 13, 1947) The Buddhist Wheel of Life keeps on turning, even after a ‘saintly’ person dies, despite what devotees may suggest: Nicholas K. Roerich did not become an Ascended Master… Here is what his wife, … Continue reading

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Who is the Real Doctor Zhivago?

Boris Pasternak (February 10, 1890 – May 30, 1960) I watched this BBC program some time in 2018. It inspired me to read “Doctor Zhivago” all over again. It helped me to appreciate the man who wrote the book. Most … Continue reading

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The First Human Being in Outer Space

Yuri Gagarin (March 9, 1934 – March 27, 1968) Sixty years ago today, this man broke the bounds of earth and flew once around the globe. But he was destined to die seven years later in a fatal plane crash, … Continue reading

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His Assassination was the First Shot in Stalin’s Great Purge

Sergei Kirov (March 27, 1886 – December 1, 1934) On this day in history (in 1934), the man who was considered next in line from Joseph Stalin was shot in the neck while attending his offices in Leningrad (then Saint … Continue reading

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Was “Ramsay” the Model for James Bond?

Richard Sorge (October 4, 1895 – November 7, 1944) He has been called, by several people, “a perfect spy”. That reminded me of the John le CarrĂ© novel of the same name. But would a perfect spy have been caught … Continue reading

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My First Look at James Bond in 1963

This is the second film in the series, but it’s the first one that I saw in the cinema. The photography was so crystal clear, and the scenery, Byzantine: what more could a fella want? Girls? There’s plenty of them, … Continue reading

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Did the Skyfall Last August?

Russia Suffered a Nuclear Accident… This might be consider ‘old news’ now, but it is still interesting to speculate as to what happened on August 8th, 2019: evidently, there was a missile accident, and the American news media decided it … Continue reading

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