As we reach the end of this week, it would do well to notice another player in the realignment I've been sketching, the realignment that sees an unusual coalescence of China, Russia, Brazil, and India, the so-called BRIC powers. That player is, you guessed it, Germany. Ponder this article slowly and carefully, for it is a microcosm of why the post-war world that the US A so carefully crafted is coming to an end, and with it, the way of life we have become accustomed to in this country, unless our policy, and our leadership, become sane:

Germany - the new Mini-Superpower

While the article exaggerates - Germany, for example, no less than the other European nations - has effectively been bankrupted by the banksters , and it lacks the population base and strategic depth to be considered a true superpower - it is nonetheless true that Germany's economy is largely export driven (and in that respect almost as large as China's), and that Germany did wisely forecast the realignment we're currently witnessing, and tailored that export business to Eastern Europe, Russia, China, Brazil, and India. It is also true that Germany has been less and less visible in support of NATO policies, often going its own route with rapprochements with Russia and Poland, for example. Amid all this, Chancellorin Merkel has pursued a notably nationalist policy, more or less distancing Berlin from the EU, when it is convenient to do so.

The article also notes that Germany, like other countries, is facing a backlash from its easy immigration policies, policies in part driven by the fact that Germany's enormous economy is simply too large for ethnic Germans to sustain (not unless they "get busy" and create more ethnic Germans). This fact goes a long way, too, to argue that it's far too early to pronounce a resurgent Germany as a new mini-superpower.

There is a final consideration, an unpleasant one but nonetheless an essential one in any bean-counter's reckoning of superpower status, namely, Germany is not - publicly at least - a known thermonuclear power; it has no hydrogen bombs; France, however, does. There is, of course, the possibility that such weapons were developed covertly and through proxies (South Africa and Israel), and this, indeed, is the view to which I adhere, though not strongly. On other measures of military power, Germany is of course one of about ten nations that can project significant military power to any point on the globe, if it chooses to do so. And, of course, Germany has its hands on its own version of HAARP-like technology.

So while it's in my opinion too early to declare the country a new mini-superpower - and therefore I must take issue with the venerable Christian Science Monitor - it is a far cry from the pliant post-war Cold War state it once was, and thus, accordingly, its own moves, especially vis-a-vis the realignment taking place currently, must be watched closely. Clearly its economic alignment with the BRIC nations while the rest of Europe flounders in the obsolescent geopolitical backwash of London and New York signals a significant break with NATO and EU commitments. It remains to be seen if Germany will be able to bring the rest of Europe with it, and break free of those factions that sought since the days of the Kaiser to rein in German power, a power that, as Zbigniew Brzezinski himself has noted, was the premier preoccupation of 20th century geopolitics, from 1914, t0 1994.


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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. Jon on June 4, 2011 at 10:02 am

    The German lawyer Torsten van Geest has requested for a temporary injunction:

    The following shall be ordered to prevent an imminent nuclear terrorist attack by foreign intelligence services under so-called “false flag” (“false flag operation”) on German soil, especially in Berlin, specifically in the Olympic Stadium on 26/06/2011 in particular from about 18:00 clock – 19:00 clock

    The defendant has to inform

    a) the public until 26th of June 2011 in interviews and speeches of the risk of terrorist “false flag” attacks and to warn

    b) in the context of encounters with members of the following networks

    the “Bilderbergers” as well as the “Atlantic Bridge”

    of an impending nuclear false flag terrorist attack in Berlin on 26th of June 2011 and make it absolutely clear that

    (1) acts of war with nations, or religious and ethnic groups, falsely held responsible for the attack and

    (2) restrictions of civil liberties

    are not supported by her as Chancellor of Germany.



  2. Ridge on June 4, 2011 at 2:21 am

    ” policies in part driven by the fact that Germany’s enormous economy is simply too large for ethnic Germans to sustain ”

    No country in Asia is doing anything like it and the more developed nations in Asia, have birthrate problems just like the West. Africa isn’t doing it, and they have half the world’s natural resources and half of the best farmland and local skilled workers, are practically non-existent. The UAE has huge numbers of guest workers, but they are sent back to their country of origin, on the expiry of their contracts.

    With robotic mechanization already here and improving rapidly, I don’t understand why the Anglo Elites appear to be trying to make only European majority nations, non-European. There must be a reason for it, but I don’t believe it is economic.

  3. mullet on June 3, 2011 at 11:42 am

    If at first you don’t succeed; try, try again! 🙂

    Dr. Farrell,

    What’s the original source for this quote from Babylon’s Banksters, which you reference from Brown?

    “Whosoever controls the volume of money in any country is absolute master of all industry and commerce…. And when you realize the entire system is very easily controlled, one way or another, by a few powerful men at the top, you will not have to be told how periods of inflation and depression originate.”

    Brown’s book does not have a source, and I can’t find any on the internet. Wikiquotes says it’s “probably” a paraphrase and/or commentary on another quote, but doesn’t provide evidence of where/how that happened. As someone with real academic credentials I would expect you have better resources for finding these things than the average person. I was wanting to post it to my Facebook but couldn’t find the real source for it!


  4. marcos anthony toledo on June 3, 2011 at 9:38 am

    Since the the Anglo-American powers seem intent on self distruction economicly and politically of late cutting social programs,industrial development and inflaming ethnic tensions to what ends one wonders how the Nazi international will seek to profit from the above mention mistakes and stupidities and their descent into social chaos in the name of indelogical- theological fantasies. Witness the Republican party stromtrooper no worst slaveholder mentality towards workers and the poor they seem to be planning some from of armageddon end for this planet in their lust to stay in power with no friends or allies but themselves what a fearful time to be alive.

  5. giuseppe on June 3, 2011 at 8:10 am

    JPF, as for now Germany seems bound to the EU, they have shown no intent of braking away. I may be wrong, but if there is an inclinination of braking away, it would show in the Euro currency. I see none yet.

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