Saturday, January 13, 2018


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by Morley Evans

the Marquis St. Evrémonde

Dear Sir,

Thank you for responding to my letter. I will be contacting the College of Opticians at the link you have provided. 

As I’m sure you are aware, any country or province that routinely ignores legitimate complaints made against any privileged élite forfeits its membership in a civilized society and suffers the consequeses. 

This is a very serious matter. I am not alone in my grievances with medical practitioners here in Saskatchewan. When you phone any medical office you will likely hear a recording tell you, “Profanity and abusive language will not be tolerated.” 

Really? How odd. 

Large numbers of callers to those offices must have had a belly-full of abuse from doctors. I certainly have. The Minister of Health should be interested in what we abused have to say about these "healers".

- Morley Evans

P.S.: Watch A Tale of Two Cities (1935) if you have forgotten why the French Revolution occurred. Watch the character Marquis St. Evrémonde played by Basil Rathbone. You’ll cheer when the assassin plunges a dagger into his heart.

Wednesday, January 10, 2018


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by Morley Evans

Q: Why don't you know about this? 
And you do not, pilgrim. 
A: Peace is not what Washington wants.

Presidents Moon and Putin in Vladivostok

The Deafening Silence around the Moon-Putin Plan

By Joseph Essertier
The Moon-Putin Plan: One Possible Path To Peace

ONE COULD BE FORGIVEN for not having heard of it since it disrupts the standard “North-Korea-Problem” narrative, but there is a realistic solution to the crisis that liberal and progressive appeasers are keeping silent about. This is the Moon-Putin Plan unveiled in September in Vladivostok. President Moon outlined it as nine “bridges” of cooperation linking South Korea to Russia via North Korea—“gas, railroads, ports, electricity, a northern sea route, shipbuilding, jobs, agriculture, and fisheries.” Siberian oil and gas pipelines would be extended to Korea, both North and South, as well as to Japan. Both Koreas would be linked up with the vast rail networks of Beijing’s Belt and Road Initiative, including high-speed rail, and the Eurasian Economic Union, which includes the Trans-Siberian Railway. In the words of Gavan McCormack, “North Korea would accept the security guarantee of the five (Japan included), refrain from any further nuclear or missile testing, shelve (‘freeze’) its existing programs and gain its longed for ‘normalization’ in the form of incorporation in regional groupings, the lifting of sanctions and normalized relations with its neighbour states, without surrender.” This Moon-Putin Plan has the potential to satisfy all the states involved, possibly even the US. One would think, “Done deal. Problem solved.” Yet mainstream journalists in Japan and English-speaking countries have largely ignored it, and even very few non-mainstream journalists have covered it.


Monday, January 8, 2018


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by Morley Evans

January 7, 2018, was Christmas in Moscow. It was December 25, 2017, according to the Julian calendar. These are a few images from the service in Christ the Saviour Cathedral in Moscow. 

Saturday, January 6, 2018


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by Morley Evans

L'histoire est un ensemble de mensonges convenus [par les vainqueurs]. - Napoleon Bonapart

History is a set of lies agreed upon [by the victors].
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Tuesday, January 2, 2018


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by Morley Evans

Somewhere in the Carpathian Mountains

Snug and warm. We have everything we need until spring. We have each other. The rest of the world is far away. We don't care. Goodbye.