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The Plot Thickens: Two blog entries on the collapse of the World Peace Council (in Helsinki Finland) somehow purged

April 11, 2021
Finnish Peace Activists – Helsinki – Spring, 1990

This is interesting… The only thing I can say for sure is I didn’t do it!

This morning, noting that people are reading an old blog entry I wrote about the World Peace Council where I served as U.S Secretary (as the job was called) from late 1985 through mid 1990, I noticed that the first two parts of the series (“The Ghost Ship of Lennrotinkatu – Parts 1 and Parts 2) have been eliminated.

That’s odd.

I have looked at the articles from time to time when I notice people are reading them – I can tell the number of people reading a particular blog entry, a common feature in most blog “platforms” – and to the best of my ability I seem to remember the articles were there a year or two ago…

But now… pfffff, “all gone” although whose mysterious hand is behind it all, I do not know and will not waste any time looking into the matter except to wonder who it might have been – that thirty years after the events described in these articles was threatening enough so to have them purged.

Part III of the series has survived though and for whatever reason, these few days a fair number of people are reading it. Here is a link to it should you be interested.

I do have copies of the two “missing links” and I will repost them – unedited – in the next few days when I have time.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Rafael Humberto Mojica permalink
    April 11, 2021 2:43 pm

    Mmm…Takes me by surprise! Somehow I had surmised that control of the material is in the hands of the blog’s author. Greetings, Rob.

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