Dear Desert Rat,
I think you are right about those remote controllers who may have taken part in those events. In the book written by Uri Geller I read about a proposal made to him from some people of a high rank who asked him about help in remotely eliminating the current leader of the USSR Andropov who had headed KGB before, and was strongly disliked by the West. The thing is that the circumstances of the Andropov's death are really very weird. He had swum in the lake in a very cold weather in autumn although he was an elderly person, a very sick person (he suffered from a severe desease of kidneys), and he could know that swimming in October in the outside, in the area of Moscow countyside, was fatal to him. It is cold in October over there like in December in NYC. And his health was very poor at that time, he was on a special diet already and was prohibited by the doctors to eat any food cooked with salt. Sure, he had got a cold, then kidneys stopped functionning, and he died (having been General Secretary only half a year).
As for the Club "Raduga" (it really means 'Rainbow') I don't think you can find any information about it in the Internet. I think they don't have a site. Not everybody can afford to have their own site in Russia. The Internet resources over there are very poor, because the country is poor, and its big size adds to its poverty, because it is hard to develop communications under severe climate conditions.
How does he look like? He is very quick when moving, speeking, and everything. To describe him in the best way I'd rather compare him with smbd familiar. He looks like that actor staring in the musical "My Fair Lady", Mr.Higgins. But that one was young, and he is old. And he is smoking a lot, you are right (but not Cuban cigars, as they don't have Cuban cigars in Russia).
It is good that you have sent out that message to Mr.G. because he is affraid of it. He is affraid of any publicity as well. That's why he is SO strongly against my sharing making me feel pain, and the stuff like that. But he could have done it even worse, I think, if it were not for this great help and support that I have received here! THANK YOU VERY MUCH INDEED! I APPRECIATE IT! Just don't know how to express my gratitude to you and to everybody.