Thursday, November 21, 2013


Samantha Smith (1972 - 1985) was an American schoolgirl and peace activist from Manchester, Maine, who became famous when she went to a children's camp in Crimea in the Soviet Union.

She was hated by certain people in the American military-industrial complex.

She died in mysterious circumstances in 1985.

In 1982, Samantha wrote a letter to the newly appointed Russian leader Yuri Andropov, and received a personal reply which included a personal invitation to visit the Soviet Union, which she accepted.

Samantha attracted lots of media attention in both countries.

Samantha in Russia

On July 7, 1983, she flew to Moscow with her parents.

Andropov was unable to meet with her during her visit,[12] although they did speak by telephone. 

It was later discovered that Andropov had become seriously ill and had withdrawn from the public eye during this time.[13]

Samantha wrote in her book that in Leningrad she and her parents were amazed by the friendliness of the people and by the presents many people made for them. 

Speaking at a Moscow press conference, she declared that the Russians were "just like us".[11]

Samantha Smith in camp Artek in the Crimea.

During the trip she spent time in Artek, the main Soviet pioneer camp, on the Crimean Peninsula

In Artek, Samantha chose to stay with the Soviet children rather than accept the privileged accommodations offered to her.

Disney is believed by some to be an asset of the CIA.

In 1984, Samantha hosted a children's special for the Disney Channel entitled Samantha Smith Goes To Washington.

She wrote a book about her visit to the Soviet Union and co-starred in the television series Lime Street.

Samantha died at the age of 13 in the Bar Harbor Airlines Flight 1808 plane crash.

Accusations of foul play circulated widely in the Soviet Union.[31][32]

It is quite likely that Samantha was assassinated.


A monument to her was built in Moscow.

"Samantha Smith Alley" in the Artek Young Pioneer camp was named after her in 1986.[40]

The Soviet Union issued a commemorative stamp with her likeness. 

In 1986, when Soviet astronomer Lyudmila Chernykh discovered asteroid 3147, she named it 3147 Samantha.[42][43] 

The Danish composer Per Nørgård wrote his 1985 viola concerto "Remembering Child" in memory of Smith.[44] 

A mountain in the former Soviet Union,[46] and an ocean vessel have been named in Samantha's honor.[1]

In Maine, the first Monday in June of each year is officially designated as Samantha Smith Day by state law.[47] There is a bronze statue of Samantha near the Maine State Museum in Augusta.

In October 1985, Samantha's mother founded the Samantha Smith Foundation,[51] which fostered student exchanges between the United States and the Soviet Union (and, after December 1991, the ex-Soviet successor states) until it became dormant in the mid-1990s.[17]

An Artek camp in Crimea

Is Google De-Ranking Searches for Azov?

Posted by Enochian on 2012-December-6 16:42:35, Thursday

Is Google De-Ranking Searches for Azov - BoyChat

I've noticed that Azov searches on Google return little on the current child porn investigations. Boywiki shows up, and some old posts on some answers sites, and a few other things, but nothing on the raids, or all the Igor Rusanov/ZZ news stories.

I tried typing "Toronto based company Azov Films" into Dogpile, which aggregates a bunch of search engines, and noticed that the entire first page of hits is all Yahoo Search and no Google. The second page is mostly Yahoo and the few Google hits are false positives about unrelated things. Bing doesn't even appear.

Following the Internet maxim about not assuming malice for things which can be explained by stupidity, can anyone suggest a reason for this seeming suppression of information?

Is Google De-Ranking Searches for Azov - BoyChat

Aangirfan suggests that someone may want to suppress the probable Igor Rusanov links to the security services and their fronts.

Your search - azov rusanov - did not match any news results.

You may find some of the following Aangirfan posts RATHER DIFFICULT to find on Google:






Fukushima World: The Death of Us


Anonymous said...

A search for azov rusanov using Ixquick HTTPS yielded about 2,590 results, the second one being:


the eighth one being:


Anonymous said...

Glad u finally covered this very interesting subject of Samantha. Clearly the child was murdered together with her family. They eliminated them all to be surer they'd never speak again.... Samantha would have been 41 today, rest in peace, angel....

Anonymous said...

How New Journalism and America’s Alternative Press Changed the Rules

Anonymous said...

After 30 years without an answer it's time to find out who protected the infamous Paedophile Information Exchange

Nikola said...

Title of last episode of Lime Street:
"Old Pilots Never Die" October 26, 1985


Anonymous said...

I never bought all that Cold War shit either. I loved Russia and her people very much and dabbled with British Soviet friendship in the 1980s. (The British Soviet Friendship Society was probably MI5/6 keeping an eye on things.)

The Moscow militia warned me and a Russian guy off a relationship; dating became too much hassle as we were separated by the police. I regularly confronted the interminable KGB men.

Back in the UK I tried to drum up some support; the local paper which was run by Russian-hating Ukrainians misprinted me on the front page as saying "The Russians are lonely people", when I'd said lovely.

My house was searched and my private correspondence read.

Same old. Nothing changes. Evil, hatred and death are promoted by our Satanic masters over innocence, peace and love. Things were just much cruder back then.

Anonymous said...

Nikola said...Title of last episode of Lime Street:"Old Pilots Never Die" October 26, 1985 AM

Heres an even cheekier one:

The title of the 2nd Lime Street episode, according to
Wiki anyway,
was . . . . . The Mystery of Flight 401

That Robert Wagner is one sick puppy

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