Memories Of John Marsh
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Dec. 29, 2016


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Update 1/9/17: Last Chance To Submit Comments About 'John In Barbados' Before His Friends Do The Memorial Tribute!

John's friends are just about set to do their memorial tribute to him this week, so if you haven't submitted your condolances, memories, laughs or well-wishes, please do so soon, in writing, audio or video and submit it to this page. Or you can e-mail them to info [at] JohnInBarbados.com. They will read it on air & include it in the MP3 podcast for everyone to download and listen to at your leisure.

I'm looking forward to comments from other regular callers such as Dustin in NJ, Peter in CA, Moe in FL, Mark in NJ, John in Rancho Cucamonga, Matheus in Canada, Ryan in Japan, etc. & of course Mike & Claire! Sorry if I'm forgetting anyone but let's do it! John's wife and daughter wrote in that they were very touched and impressed with the number of folks who loved him. They had no idea there were so many. Let's give him a nice sendoff this week. :-)


These are archived messages from the JohnInBarbados.com comment section. Please feel free to add your thoughts below. You don't have to register or log in, you can post as a guest. Your submission will be read on the memorial tribute broadcast held for John next week.


UPDATE: John's daughter posted the following message on this site on 12/31:

"I don't know if anyone will be able to see this. I am Selina Marsh, John's daughter. My mum and I would like to thank everyone for their comments. The amount I have read, and seen is unbelievable I didn't know so many people knew of my dad, and we are touched by them, and I know my dad would be chuffed (pleased as punch) at the quantity of comments.

Again thank you, all of you.

Selina"

You can read and respond to her comment in our comment section at the very bottom on this page. You don't have to log in or register, you can post as a guest.


"John from Barbados was amazing individual with an incredible life. Much more than we can go into right now. This website is to memorialize his last contributions to the pursuit of truth and as a corruption watchdog and critic," says Cam, one of John's good friends from Australia. Cam spoke with John nearly every day and is one of the founders of this site. Cam as you may recall is the person who called into Mike Rivero's show on 12/21/16 and informed everyone of the bad news. You can reach Cam on Skype, his username is Camspiracy.. Or you can e-mail him at Cam [at] JohnInBarbados.com.

Here is an audio message from Ted Midward, one of John's friends and a founding contributor to this site. This was recorded 12/28, and is an absolutely beautiful must-hear. (I'll bet money that it'll be a tear-jerker for you. :-) Listen to Ted's MP3 here.

John our mailing list below to receive periodic updates and notice of new additions to this site, as well as details on when the memorial broadcast will occur. (We all have 'real jobs,' so are still organizing and putting this thing together.) It will be sometime next week. We will not send you any spam.

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New photo of John Marsh as a youngster, sent to us by his daughter on 1/2/17. Thanks, Selina!


Comments on Tribute To John In Barbados: His Last 7 Calls To Mike Rivero's Show, Photos, & A Very Special Message From His Daughter (12/27/16)

Cathy Rapicano
All my heartfelt sympathies to Helen and Selena in the name of that Caribbean Critic I knew for almost 10 years. John used that name on Skype where I met him and where he educated me about so many things, he was erudite and intelligent, polite but firm in his beliefs. When we disagreed he accepted it like a true man, with open mind and courtesy. He also introduced me to the man I love, who also passed away a year ago. John brought a light into my life with knowledge and truth. Helen and Selena are such wonderful people I sometimes wonder why anyone has to go through the losses we have, but life is a mystery which ends in another one. I'll miss this man for a long long time, he showed me the truth in many things. Rest now, Caribbean Critic. You lived a full and blessed life, John my friend.
1:38 a.m., Monday Jan. 9, 2017


Cathy Rapicano
As much as a friend can love another, I loved the Caribbean Critic, when I met him almost 10 yrs ago. He always made true statements, esp about my country, USA,Inc., he never watered it down just because I was American. All he gave me was friendship and information. I've had to force myself to listen to his voice here, but I needed to, it helps remember a man who could stir the pot, make a point, give a good arguments, and always remain a true gentleman. If he was wrong he'd say so, but if you were wrong, he'd make sure you knew it lol. John, my dear Turney, I will always keep you in my heart, and please help my Matthew who got there ahead of you. Rest in peace, dear Turney.
1:49 a.m., Monday Jan. 9, 2017


Lisa Lazuli
Hello Selina and all Fans of John,
I am a relatively new listener to WRH (6 months); I live in the UK. Loved John's calls and looked forward to his contribution. I send my condolences and deepest sympathy. RIP John. He will not be forgotten and I miss his regular chats with Mike and great Mancheter accent.
PS. Thank for for telling us he was Gemini, as an astrologer I appreciate that info.
5:58 a.m., Thursday Dec. 29


Leifken Andrews (Guest):
I loved John's calls most because Michael would allow John to challenge his positions. John corrected Michael often over time as Micheal repeated bad propaganda about Germany during the WWII era, as well as on other issues. John became a big part of my day as a listener, & he has left a lasting impression on my life. I'm a Pagan myself, but I hope John is wherever he wants to be now. Wherever that is I know he's challenging the false narrative! Leifken from Ohio
10:19 p.m., Wednesday Dec. 28


somrotden
Having watched Michael's show for a couple of years now I can tell you that John will be sorely missed. I like what Michael said yesterday about ...youth is a time of being added to, with age things are taken away. Having lost my husband to cancer 8 years ago sometimes you view shows like Michael's as family and by extension John is a part of that family, and will always be. It was endearing to listen to Michael and John conversing, sometimes squabbling, just like a couple of relatives. I'm sure that his absence will be even harder for Michael than it is for the viewers, but of course, not as hard as it will be for you. I sure will miss that "we've got a call from John in Barbados" and the following "aloha,
Michael..............Knowing John as little as I did, you must ha ve a lot of good memories, funny stories and a whole host of little things you never really thought about before..All of those things will gradually displace the pain and grief. My condolences to you, Mum and all of John's loved ones.
4:46 p.m., Wednesday Dec. 28


somrotden
Aloha Michael---classic John
2:48 p.m., Wednesday Dec. 28


39 older comments:

Wulver 2 days ago
I always enjoyed hearing Mike say "John from Barbados". The man just struck an harmonious note with me. RIP and condolences to John's family and friends. You got to know him. He seemed a remarkable man in a world comprised of not so remarkable people.


fake88@duh.com 2 days ago
I was always impressed by his information. It's not just politics, but the who where and why of what that he knew so well.

A wonderful voice, and a heart to match. He will be missed.


freewheelinfranklin543 2 days ago
RIP John! You will be missed.


thecraziesarerunningtheasylum 2 days ago
He will be missed greatly!


Laszlo 2 days ago
Opinionated, stubborn and pain in the ass? Hey, that describes most of us independent media watchers. Especially me, as I'm also a Gemini, like John. So nothing to be ashamed of! I also liked Star Trek, but only the first one and Voyager. Well, honestly I often thought, when he called in, that he didn't really have much to say, but that he rather called in out of loyalty with Mike and his show. Yet I don't doubt, that he must have been a very nice person, friend, husband and father, although of course, I didn't know him. I'm also sure, that we could have enjoyed many interesting political discussions, had I known him in person, but I didn't, unfortunately. I also often wondered, what made him choose a life in Barbados and whether he was from the UK or Australia by his accent.

As far as to his illness, in case it was cancer, I will never understand, why he never tried vitamin B17. Such an informed man and he didn't know and read about it? I can't believe it! Anyway, if it was something else, then I couldn't have helped, because I don't know enough about cardiovascular diseases. Anyway, he has sure become a staple on the show, so I was shocked to read these sad news. I wish Selina and his wife a lot of strength to overcome this tragedy little by little.


joseph j guider 2 days ago
As for me, life really sucks, when good and decent people pass on suddenly.



William Gill 2 days ago
I always respected John's opinions. I think he was a good man. RIP John

LobsterMobster 2 days ago
I always admired how John would bash America and Mike would play defender and deflect it towards the government not America. I will miss his perspective and voice. May you rest in peace and my prayers to the family....


DaddyO O 2 days ago
My Condolences to your family Selina, I always enjoyed listening to your Dad's phone calls to Mike. The world now has an empty void with the passing of your Dad that will be pretty hard to fill !! My prayers are with your family and your loss has effected more people than you can imagine.

Apostle from NJ


danton61 2 days ago
Than You Selina, and my most humble condolences to you and your family upon the loss of your beloved, namely John.... "John from Barbados", as he was known to all of "Rivero's Rangers" was a man, who, whether by chance, or design, became an integral part of the "show".....He will be missed. His viewpoints, assessments, and observations, while not always "popular" or "mainstream" by all the "listeners",were intelligent, coherent, and expressed with a civility that gave some insight into the gentleman we only recognized by his voice, and his "on-air-name"...."John From Barbados". In an age of chaos, and uncertainty, he gave us civility in an un-civil world. His comments and observations were genuinely his, and although some might disagree with them, he was steadfast in his opinions, but not in an arrogant manner...and if need be, he would accept and consider constructive critique, never shrinking from honest debate. He had an open mind. One could sense that these views were a result of a traveled, educated existence over a life span that evidenced a "life well-lived" and were certainly not the meandering gibberish of some much younger "flash-in-the-pan"....or a fool......he certainly exhibited a wisdom "earned".... by experience....and life itself. How do I know this?.....Maybe it was the tone of his voice....quite well-spoken, and eloquent , but also just such a pleasure to hear....a "good" voice. In our moments of mourning...or in remembrance of John, perhaps that will be what will be missed the most......his wonderful voice.
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Religion is a Decision 2 days ago
Viva John in our hearts and minds!


Alvaro Trentini 2 days ago
I'm a everyday listener of Mike Rivero's show and I loves Johns insight on the world. I felt like I lost a friend when John from Barbados passed.


james 2 days ago
Always looked forward to John's two cents worth of info...kept thinking Mike having John as a one hour guest every once in a while would have been a good show to listen to...as they debated...and sometimes not in agreement...will be missed for sure.


Donna Volatile 2 days ago
Thank you John in Barbados for your keen insights. R.I.P. My sincere condolences to all of John's family. There will be another star in the heavens shining brightly...


Dom 2 days ago
I'm in London UK so usually watch WRH Radio Show later via youtube, Always as Mike announced John from Barbados I would pause video and make a cup of tea and roll a ciggy and then I was ready for John's honest and accurate & insightful comments. He will be sorely missed! A good man.

R.I.P John My condolences to Johns family, He will be missed daily!


spirittoo a day ago
I listen to Rivero's show quite a bit and it never seem complete without that call from John from Barbados. I always made a point to listen what he had to say. Please give all your family members my deepest sympathies. WHR radio show will not be the same without him. May the pain of your loss heal quickly, and I hope you have a blessed New Year.


Michael Wysocki a day ago
John, you were a delight to hear every day during each of Mr. Rivero's broadcasts. More than anything else you were a credit to the independent media movement with your keen insight, wit, and level-headedness and I will genuinely miss hearing you every day. I hope for the best for your family and my thoughts are with them.



GOV'T SLAVES a day ago
John was a great caller...he will be missed....God bless

Freespirit a day ago
I only thought of this, when I heard the news ; "Only the Good Die Young" and compared to my 76 , you were young. If, as some say, this form we live in is only one of many dimensions, I hope, you John get everything you want in the next Dimension I am going to miss your ideas and concerns, John Goodbye and can I say - FOR NOW!!!


JamesEddy Cartoons a day ago
How powerful must a Man (or Woman) be to leave myself, and many others in tears after only knowing the experience of their personality for just brief moments of a day, through their voice alone? Very Powerful Indeed ! - I FEEL MORE ENLIGHTENED JUST TO HAVE LISTENED TO JOHN when he called in. Selina - The very best wishes to you, your mother, family and friends at such a loss. - Also, if I could come back in another life and demand one characteristic from the universe.....it would be a Voice and infectious laugh like John's !!- James in Seattle


Gregory Grattan a day ago
"ello Micheal" I'll never get that greeting out of my head. I did no always agree with John From Barbados but he was always insightful and very passionate about stopping these Fascists fuckers from blowing up our world. Peace John you will be missed

Greg Grattan

Kirkwood, Missouri



Michel Beauchamp (Montreal, CA a day ago
I've been a listener of WRH for almost (only) a year now, and, not to take anything away from Michael, I must say that John's interventions were always for me the highlight of every show...

I would like to offer John's family my deepest condolences in this trying time. He will be missed, as bizarre as this sounds...

My best thoughts of hope through it all, from a fan in Montreal, Canada.


The Tattoo coverd hippy who bl a day ago
I dont know why but Im completly devesatated about his death.


Janice Case Washington State a day ago
Will really miss John. My ears always perked up when he called in. Loved his accent, insight and intelligence. It broke my heart when I heard he had passed. I immediately prayed when I heard he was in a coma. I am sad, and I will really miss him. God bless his family and comfort them.


Janice Case > Janice Case Washington State a day ago
Will also miss his laugh! He was a friend of America and WRH.


GlenS a day ago
Like another commenter said, it takes a truly powerful person to touch so many lives as just a caller on a radio show. I've shed many tears thinking of John, and I think it is wonderful that you've given us this forum to celebrate the life of such an amazing man. Serena, thank you so much for sharing the side of John that we never knew. He was somewhat enigmatic, yet nothing you said about him surprised me in the least. I could tell he was that kind of man. Yes, I'm sure he could have been a pain in the ass sometimes, but you were truly lucky to have a father like him. I always tried to imagine what he looked like, and the pictures and stories you shared confirmed my image of him as a vibrant and vital man who embraced life with gusto. I hope you understand how much it means to us to have this glimpse of his personal side. I can only imagine the sense of loss you and your family are feeling, but I hope you can feel the outpouring of love from the thousands of people who admired and cared for him. One thing that was very clear about John is that he had a deep sense of caring for humanity. As painful as the loss feels for us all right now, and please take that with the sense of respect for your feelings—I know what we feel is only a fraction of what you must be feeling—, I think John would want us all to raise our glass to him and laugh and celebrate all the joy he brought into the world. To say he will be missed is a tremendous understatement. A very special thanks to everyone who is working on these wonderful compilations. John's passing went into my calendar, and we will celebrate him every year for many years to come! And extra special thanks to you, Serena. Our hearts are with you and the gratitude I feel for your insights and sharing is inexpressible. Thank you for understanding how much he touched our lives instead of just thinking we're a bunch of crazies!



Martin > GlenS a day ago
that was beautifully expressed, thank you.

steven sohriakoff a day ago
I myself been listening to Mike Rivero's show for a few years now. Heard about the devastating news, that John is no longer with us. He was good man. I enjoyed hearing from John when he called in. He was a big part of the show. I'm going to miss him dearly.


William W a day ago
We are really going to miss you John. You were a daily highlight on Michael's show. Rest in peace my good man.


David Andresen a day ago
Thank you John for sharing your thoughts. I am thinking of you.


gentry_gee a day ago
I loved John's voice. I will miss his intro of "Aloha, Michael". He brought much to the show and always elevated the conversation. When I first began to tune into Mike again, John's calls were always my favourite moments. Mike and he could've easily formed a duo. The show has lost a valuable contributor. He will forever be well thought of and greatly missed.


somrotden gentry_gee 13 hours ago
"Aloha, Michael"---classic John...will definitely miss hearing that



Barbara Shell Ramirez a day ago
I was shocked and saddened to hear of John's passing. Please accept my sincere condolences to his Family and Friends. Whenever listening to Michael Rivero's program and he would announce "John from Barbados" a smile would come over my face. I had come to wait expectantly for his calls eager to hear his opinions. He surely will be missed by many...

Tjeu Salimans a day ago
I always used to point my ears whenever John from Barbados came on. His use of the word NONSENSE told me that he must be a mild person. I will miss him dearly.

There you go John.....


james 17 hours ago
I liked your dad even though I never met him or talked to him. Sorry for your loss.


Nuke em Duke 16 hours ago
I live in Canberra, Australia, and listen to Mike's show as I drive to work each morning. Those drives to work will never be the same now that "John from Barbados" will no longer prick my ears with his erudite voice, keen wit and fine analysis of The Global Stage. Yes, many are correct........that "just a caller" to the show could carry such gravitas with it"s audience speaks volumes about the man. What tribute can I, a complete stranger to you John, leave at this digital page? I will say this much: if President Trump brings in people to his inner circle with just half of the decency and respect for humanity that you had sir, then, from high above in heaven, you will witness the unfolding of your fondest dreams.
Travell on well John......your energy remains within this Universe, and remains forever.
Regards,
Ray


somrotden 11 hours ago
Having watched Michael's show for a couple of years now I can tell you that John will be sorely missed. I like what Michael said yesterday about ...youth is a time of being added to, with age things are taken away. Having lost my husband to cancer 8 years ago sometimes you view shows like Michael's as family and by extension John is a part of that family, and will always be. It was endearing to listen to Michael and John conversing, sometimes squabbling, just like a couple of relatives. I'm sure that his absence will be even harder for Michael than it is for the viewers, but of course, not as hard as it will be for you. I sure will miss that "we've got a call from John in Barbados" and the following "aloha, Michael............." You must have a lot of good memories, funny stories and a whole host of little things you never really thought about before..All of those things will gradually displace the pain and grief. My condolences to you, Mum and all of John's loved ones.



dana 10 hours ago
John from Barbados was a teacher at heart. His comments he shared with the WRH community enriched the program and were evidence of his generous nature and desire to inform and thereby make the world a better place. I thank him for gift of educating and sharing his wealth of knowledge with us. From Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol, "Scrooge started back, appalled. Having them shown to him in this way, he tried to say they were fine children, but the words choked themselves, rather than be parties to a lie of such enormous magnitude. “Spirit, are they yours?” Scrooge could say no more. “They are Man’s,” said the Spirit , looking down upon them. “And they cling to me, appealing from their fathers. This boy is Ignorance. This girl is Want. Beware them both, and all of their degree, but most of all beware this boy, for on his brow I see that written which is Doom"...

Leifken Andrews 6 hours ago
I loved John's calls most because Michael would allow John to challenge his positions. John corrected Michael often over time as Micheal repeated bad propaganda about Germany during the WWII era, as well as on other issues. John became a big part of my day as a listener, & he has left a lasting impression on my life. I'm a Pagan myself, but I hope John is wherever he wants to be now. Wherever that is I know he's challenging the false narrative! Leifken from Ohio


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