Monthly Archives: April 2014

Escape of the Romanovs

The Last Memories Of The Last Imperial Family Of Russia In the film, “Dr. Zhivago”, Yuri Zhivago is advised by his communist half-brother to flee Moscow for the east, for his safety. So too, for their personal safety, were the … Continue reading

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Old Gringo Killed by Wall Street?

Pancho Villa on the border In 1913, Ambrose Bierce joined the army of Pancho Villa as an observer. The last known communication received from Bierce was a letter dated December 26, 1913. Bierce, satirical writer and author of The Devil’s … Continue reading

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Trotsky Was Mr. Moneybags

Leon Trotsky speaks on the Moscow Trials In February 1917 occurred the real Russian Revolution. This came on the heels of the assassination of Grigori Rasputin on December 29, 1916. Before he died, Rasputin made a chilling prediction: “I write … Continue reading

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Naked Capitalists in Kiev

Do not be fooled by the “conceptual straitjacket” of Capitalism versus Communism. On the deepest level there is a partnership between international monopoly capitalism and international revolutionary socialism. (Remember, for example, the recent bailout of Wall Street – socialism in … Continue reading

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Russia, From Rasputin to Putin

Rasputin – Dark Servant of Destiny (1996) Part 2 On July 12, 1914 Grigori Rasputin was attacked by a dagger-wielding woman, one Khionia Guseva. Rasputin, a Russian starets or holy man, was stabbed in the stomach. The wound was serious … Continue reading

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New World Order vs. Pan-Slavism

George H. W. Bush New World Order Quotes “Mister Gorbachev… Tear down this wall!” Thus spake Ronald Reagan at the Brandenburg Gate near the Berlin Wall on June 12, 1987. And Lo! By the end of 1989, the Berlin Wall … Continue reading

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Inside Putin’s Russia

Moscow protests mark anniversary of violent anti-Putin rally Maria Baronova is featured in the short video clip which is (hopefully) embedded above. She is also featured in the latest issue of Rolling Stone magazine, in an article by Janet Reitman, … Continue reading

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Putin Is Not Yeltsin

Highlights Boris Yeltsin (Funny moments) Fyodor Dostoevsky’s mystical idea of the suffering Slavs uniting and seeking out other sufferers was shared by many Russians, including the Russian Orthodox clergy. There would be a reign of righteousness once Moscow had become … Continue reading

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Periodic Pan-Slavism

Long ago, the Slavs were a shy people living in the forests of what eventually became Russia. And then, about 700 AD, the Northmen (Vikings) came. The Northmen subjugated the Slavs. They collected furs, honey and wax from the timid … Continue reading

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America! Rasputin Wants Your Soul!

Rasputin : Documentary on the Evil Reign of Rasputin Grigori Rasputin is supposed to have been murdered in 1916. That is what the Russians are claiming. But can we trust what they say? It is known that Rasputin had mysterious … Continue reading

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