The following is a rather thoughtful article concerning the concept of "full spectrum dominance," the current hidden military and policy doctrine of the USA:

Full Spectrum Dominance

While I do not often visit this site, the article is a very revealing interpretation of recent events, if, albeit, a rather one-sided one.

It is that one-sidedness that disturbs me, for we seem to be locked into the idea that the Anglo-American elite, the New World Order, or whatever one wishes to call "them," are omnipotent, omnicompetent, and that their plans are always destined to succeed.

Well, I am an adherent of "the old school" when it comes to this type of geopolitical analysis, and it seems to me that it is an inevitability of human nature that whenever one group, no matter how powerful or competent they may be (or think themselves to be... think "Nazis" here), inevitably the attempt by one group or elitist interest to dominate the affairs of the rest of the globe will lead inevitably to a reaction.

Then-Russian President Vladimir Putin was the first to signal that not everything was going the way the New World Order herd wanted it to go by placing a permanent Russian naval base in Venezuela. We may also be assured that the military, intelligence, and "think-tank" resources of Russia and China, just to name two, were fully at work developing counter-plans to the announcement of "full spectrum dominance."

What is illuminating about all of this is that behind the euphemisms of "globalization" and "new world order" and "international cooperation," the same old "game of princes" - geopolitics - is being played on a scale and with technologies never before seen. It isn't the moves of the USA and the Anglo-American elite that now bear watching... it is the moves of their "targets," Russia and China in particular, but to a lesser extent, India, Brazil, and Japan that also bear close watching... it is a strange irony that the "last best hope" for mankind may have passed from the USA to those countries.

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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. Paul De Gagne on March 28, 2011 at 5:50 am

    This article brings to my mind some of Foucault’s writings or criticisms of the Hobbesian view where the basis or origin of a european country is fear. This to my eyes at least implies there is some foundation where safety or security may be found. Something like a sanctury called one’s own Home, Nation or Country. I don’t know about this? Foucault sort of implies there is no foundation. The “Basis is “War” all along.

    My question is “Is war really a foundation?” Not one I would like or prefer. I rather like to think — Umberto Eco, in his novel called “Foucaults Pendulin” where the greatest secret of how to obtain the power of the universe ends up being some grocery or laundry list. The absurbity of it warrents at least a chuckle if not a belly-laugh? Too serious do we play our games (don’t think I am expounding for I am guilty as Babylonian Sin- sin,get it). We forget a few things along the path of development that once upon a time we may have knew.

    This one-side(d)-ness Farrell mentions is very interesting.

    My idea or interpretation of Eco’s novel is not so much the end result, although that’s nice > the hidden secret/knowledge so much as studying the way people went about finally getting to the secret. Kind of reminds me of one of the stories Jung used to describe a process = “The Stone.” The stone is something we (at least I did) throw away in our youth or kicked to the side of the road or in a ditch only to later realize what a precious object it is. (Wise ass as I sometimes am I am not going to leave it at that.) This precious “object’ –“What, a grocery list, or the commies are going to get us, or whatever doesn’t matter.” It’s ….?

  2. Dave Walton on March 26, 2011 at 1:17 am

    I wonder how this “elite” regards concepts like “cause and effect”? What goes around comes around. 🙂

  3. Jon on March 25, 2011 at 10:08 pm

    It never ceases to amaze me that these “people” (and I use the term loosely), take such great pains to study the past and yet never seem to learn the most important (or even most basic) lessons from it. They are emotionally arrested, pathetic excuses for human beings who must constantly seek to dominate others in order to try and mask their own fearful inadequacy.

    I have always laughed at the concept of “illuminati,” as is is painfully obvious from the state of the world they “run” that they are about as far away from “illuminated” as a person can get. All the secrecy and ritual cannot mask their basic impotence to simply face the sunlight as equal beings. They fool only themselves.

    A spoiled 2 year old with nuclear, scalar EM and other great power at the ready is STILL a spoiled 2 year old. One quick look at the deplorable mess they have made of the world proves conclusively that they are neither superior nor illuminated in any useful sense. The most pathetic caricature of this kind of person in the movies is far better then they are.

    I go back to the Klingon officer in “Trouble with Tribbles” calling Kirk a “swaggering, tin-plated dictator with delusions of godhood.” Seems to fit here.

    I have also always questioned how the various “gods” in religions could behave in ways that even the most lowly human would consider beneath contempt, and then use force to try and make people accept them as “morally” and ethically superior. Hey, if I can imagine ( and behave in ) ways which are morally and ethically superior to any god I am asked to worship, then I say that is no god, and they deserve nothing from me except contempt.

    As powerful as these folks think they are, I guarantee they will meet their delusion head on one day, and they will not like the outcome.

  4. Justina on March 25, 2011 at 3:45 pm

    Carroll Quigley had the theory that as the center fails, the periphery
    rises and forms new centers that eventually if they become big
    enough would have peripheries, fall, and their peripherals rise to
    be centers. Especially regarding empires.

  5. MQ on March 25, 2011 at 1:29 pm

    I’m glad that you mentioned Nazis, since (as you point out) they may still be a silent counterpart to so-called NWO dominance. I’ll add a nod to your data on the Cosmic War. Richard Hoagland did an interview recently where he used some of your data to support his assertions re silent war with someone (poss. Nazis) that continues.

    Of course, the entire concept of Full Spectrum Dominance is a stunted anyway. Trying to create slavery with force will fail every single time. Ask Alexander, ask Rome. Empires, relying on force and sucking out resources from other areas, are simply not sustainable.

    Now if we were talking about releasing free energy technologies, real global infrastructure, etc the world would beat a path to your door for cooperation. It is time for the few greedy psychos out there to realize that in order for them to have it is not necessary for all other to “not-have”. This planet is at the edge of paradise, we just have to put it there fully.

  6. marcos anthony toledo on March 25, 2011 at 9:22 am

    It quite true for the past sixty years America think it can tell the rest of the world how to live their lives unfortuately not in the best interest of the rest of the world or their own citizens they seem to beintoxicated with it’s onipentancy and blind to the consquincy of their actions.

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