Mogilevich and Marc Reich: The Big Picture

Reprint of article By M. Raphael Johnson, PH.D. July 11, 2017 Anno Domini (Barnes Review May/June 2006) On April 28, 2002, a military helicopter went down in the southern part of the Krasnoyarsk region of Siberia. On board was a major Russian dignitary, Gen. Alexander Lebed, governor of the region. Lebed was pronounced dead at the scene. Almost immediately, the international press blamed “heavy fog” … Continue reading Mogilevich and Marc Reich: The Big Picture

Fools, Ghouls and Scooby-Doo

The word “Catholic” is a description of what type of Roman we are. It simply means “Wall”, as in a castle with walls.  This is found in the Hebrew dictionary.  ‘Catholic’ never was meant to mean that it’s different from Orthodoxy, but simply that the walls themselves are precisely what protects the Orthodoxy, which are the traditions of the past that prevent us from falling … Continue reading Fools, Ghouls and Scooby-Doo

Lava Floor and The Bullwinkle Show

I didn’t know where the research would take me when I wrote my first article here. I’ve certainly painted myself into a corner, with hot lava paint. A window solves  the problem. I’ve been reporting on almost everyone I’ve ever known in my life. It’s not that I burned bridges because there was never a bridge there. I’ve been throwing firecrackers across the bayou, just … Continue reading Lava Floor and The Bullwinkle Show

Trump and Putin

They held a press conference in Helsinki in July of 2018. I just realized the extent to which this event is censored. The BBC actually cut off the interpreter several times. YouTube comments beneath censored videos of the event often contain the term Bastards! because the people are charged money for this BBC campaign against knowledge.  The Brits resent this censorship very much.  Who wouldn’t? … Continue reading Trump and Putin

Making a Living in a Godless World

World Leaders seldom question the supremacy of GDP. That’s because GDP, gross domestic production, is a state sponsored religion.  All efforts are focused on increasing the GDP because the government gets their cut before everyone else.  A high GDP can occur even when the income of workers is at zero, which happened in Russia in 1990.  If you worked in a sausage factory, you were … Continue reading Making a Living in a Godless World