I ran across this interesting article about US worries over China's ventures into space:

Worried on China, US seeks rules in space

As I read it, I wondered if the worries about China's anti-satellite capabilities were really the source of the worry. I mean, let's face it, with only Russia and China having such capabilities - more about that in a moment - is this really the concern here? Or is it something else?

Well, for one, I don't for a moment believe that these three nations are the only ones with such capabilities. France, the UK, Germany, Italy, Japan, India, Brazil... basically any nation with some sort of space capabilities and a technological infrastructure up there to protect, is going to have some sort of capability, and this is especially true with the European nations and Japan, who do have significant communications resources in space to protect.

So what's going on here? That the USA has reason to be suspicious of China - and vice versa - is self evident: China is not playing ball with the Anglo-American elite; China has basically told Monsanto where to plant its seedless seeds, and announced quite unequivocally, that it intends to go to the Moon with manned flights, thus breaking open that long-locked door with an announcement that led to similar pronouncements from just about everybody else but the United States.

I read this article politically... it has nothing to do with space, per se, but everything to do with the collapse of the USA's "full spectrum dominance" doctrine, a blatantly imperialistic doctrine to which the Pentagon committed itself after the collapse of the Soviet Union. Basically the doctrine says the USA must be the dominant power ... in everything and everywhere, come what may.

And China is saying "No you won't." And there's a pattern here that's interesting to watch, for almost every time China says "No" to some aspect of the nuttiness of the Anglo-American elite, other nations are quietly support Beijing, or, like the Russian cheshire cat, just sit back and smile.

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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. joseph S on August 12, 2011 at 9:39 pm

    In looking back at ancient civilizations I wonder if they were as “wise” as the venture capitalists here in America….helping their ‘enemy’ become technologically superior then worrying if they will do the right thing….

  2. Antoine on June 5, 2011 at 12:50 pm


    Stop being a racist puke.

  3. MQ on May 19, 2011 at 11:50 am

    Apparently we have nothing to fear in space except Nazis and Commies:

    • voidar on June 29, 2011 at 6:02 am

      Mengele working for Stalin in the USSR?

  4. Bill on May 15, 2011 at 10:45 am

    “Space….the final frontier….” Speculation: The Nazi International, perhaps in concert with the Anglo-American Elite, might at this moment be in business at places like Taurus Litrow, last visited by Apollo 17, or even having set up shop on the lunar farside, far outside potential prying eyes from Earth. As you might surmise, the Secret Space Program/breakaway civilization might see soon a Sino/Japanese entry into the fray. The game’s afoot, and, what with all the events going on since the beginning of the year, the Japanese MEGAQUAKE, unparalleled tornadic storms in the southeast US, massive swelling of the Mississippi River that has us on edge here in New Orleans (I live less than three miles from the river levee), the potential threat of a massive MEGAQUAKE along the New Madrid Fault; I beg the question that a whole bunch of clandestine “saber-rattling” might be ongoing by those powers-that-be that are ultimately vying for control of the newly RE-EMERGENT SOLAR SYSTEM CIVILIZATION! A recapitulation of that very ancient COSMIC WAR that came within a hair’s breadth of total human extinction, leaving most of the collective descendant masses of those few who survived with a kind of “amnesia” mentioned previously by folks like Immanuel Velikovsky and Graham Hancock?

  5. Jon on May 13, 2011 at 5:29 pm

    I am beginning to think I should emigrate to China. In many ways they seem to have their head on a lot more solidly than the U.S…..

  6. Dave Walton on May 13, 2011 at 11:56 am

    I guess the BIG question is…will these competing interests find a solution to this power struggle or will they ultimately end with one huge conflict? And of course the Anglo-American “elites” also have to contend with a growing awakening from within their own populations…which no doubt they have plans to deal with!

  7. marcos anthony toledo on May 13, 2011 at 11:11 am

    Looks like the Yellow Peril going to crash the Moon and Space Station party and with the Replofacists distroying the economy every which way now they are crying fowl serve them right and that is not the end of it they don’t what to join China in anyother joint scientific endeavors as well. This isn’t the first time they done this remember John Kennedy’s joint US-USSR Moon mission probilily one of the reasons as you wrote for Dalla plaza greed heads I hope China blows the whistle on whats on the Moon the over forty year wait after Apollo is enough. Also the USA got it industrial start stealing intellectual property from Britain in the early 19th century.

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