Well, as we watch the cloned clowns of American tv media "informing" us of the latest congressional budget debates, the sock puppets are failing, as usual, to scrutinze the one area of the federal budget that needs the most scrutinizing: the military. As our educational system - fraudulent as it is - is falling ever more under the control of edubabblers (that's "doctors of education"), falling standards and "standardized tests," as our infrastructure declines, we're spending record amounts on the military. Consider this informative article at The People's Voice:

A Decade of US War Costs

Why, one might ask, are we becoming not the beacon of freedom, democracy, and liberty to the world, but rather, a global bully, interfering in the internal affairs of an ever growing number of nations, and increasingly turning the world against us? Well, consider, since the bankster-backed policies of "free trade," beginning back in the early 1970s with the GATT (General Agreements on Tarrifs and Trade), we've managed to ship so much manufacturing overseas that the only hard things made here any more are the implements of war. Consider this article, also from The People's Voice:

The Business of America is War

Heady stuff, sobering stuff, indeed. But I submit there is yet another reason for this militarism, this "full spectrum dominance" (to give the doctrine it's official phrase), and that is, that the American military is now the "backing" of America's currency (which is, as we all know, the banksters' currency, since they, and not the government, are its issuers). It's very simple: at the first whispers of a country moving away from a dollar reserve basis, or worse, at the very first hint of a nation moving away from bankster-issued monetized debt (think Qaddafi or even Saddam Hussein here), in swoops the American military, with helicopter gunships, smart bunker-busting bombs, and pilotless drones. Fortunately, countries like Russia, China, India are simply too powerful to do that to (that's why we have earthquake machines and weather mod technology). Now, don't get me wrong, Qaddafi and Hussein are/were brutal murderous thugs. But it takes little digging to see that the same can be said of the manicured, coiffed, well-taylored banksters. Just read about their activities in Argentina in the last three decades, and you'll get the idea.

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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. Timothy Robert on July 20, 2011 at 2:29 am

    Veterans Today ran a related and very trenchant piece today on CH Douglas’ social credits which I think would make for good adjunct material here concerning banking…here’s the link:

    …how about focusing on abolishing unaccountable, criminal organizations (e.g. the UN, the EU); and on repudiating unconstitutional, odious “laws”? And defunding these MFs (such as the I,MF). Cut the head off the snake, in other words…you just know the thing will keep on slithering and hissing otherwise: it’s its nature…. Why fight a war of attrition with the snake deciding policy? That’s not a winning formula. We need POSITIVE law and new institutions; and to stop continually reacting to NEGATIVE statutes.

    And we need to see some charters abolished.

  2. Antoine on July 19, 2011 at 10:54 pm

    I might bore you to death but reading a lot Aristotle in college was a wonderful discovery: what an elegant genius of jaw dropping simplicity!

    He once said that any civilization reaches its peak, and ultimately its decline, by the achievement of its core principle. How very poetically true. America has always strive for 100% freedom, and for a long time now its people get to vote the people in power. I posit this is the core principle of America (free elections) that is also its own cancer.

    Here’s my two cents: An American politician or political leader can almost never take any drastic or bold actions without putting his re-election at risk, since as a whole, 100% of the people, have perpendicular beliefs. This entails that an American politician (or Canadian for that matter) can never take a step too far off the majority, which, let’s be frank and crude: doesn’t know any better than the leader if not less so most of the time.

    In the end, our political system ties the hand of our leaders for all but the most inconsequential decisions: thereby ensuring a steady decline since the correct decision is really not always the most popular one.

    I give you China as a wiser decision. Yes, it is true, they have their own problems, and no, they don’t let you piss on the government in public. That being said, you can do 99% of what you want. The one percent you can’t is vote or piss the government.

    Combine that with the fact that they have been around for a while, are truly not racist (they actually DO give foreigners a huge face here, and er, well let’s say most countries do the opposite do they not -or have done much, much worse… eh?), they like to adopt new ideas, are all about solutions, and when you compute these things over time you get…. success.

    And guess what: its true. They are having a huge success. All that we can do in Canada, America, Europe, etc. is whine about the 1% that they don’t have and is, in my opinion, the very reason why they won’t rot the same we are: the people can’t vote or decide who’s in charge in their government.

    When I hear people say but they can’t piss on the government etc, I think “Give me a fucking break, let them emigrate if they’re not happy.”. China is the land of opportunity America was a hundred years ago. If that 1% makes the 99% happy as it does, then who else then a madman would sacrifice the herd for the one sheep? I tell them, go watch Bambi you lunatics!

    China’s political system works great in the real world. Ours, not so much. We both have problems, but they’re winning and the reason is that they are wise enough not to give people the vote. Don’t believe me: look at India! What a joke: complete and utter corruption just talk to anybody from over there. India is what happens when you give the vote to people, lots of people.

    I am very not fashionable in this post, and I’m not sorry if I offend your deluded sensibilities. In the real world, Bambi gets eaten by the tiger. And if you don’t let that happen, your ecosystem gets fucked up, just like ours.

    The vote will never let Bambi get eaten, and it will never let decisively unpopular but correct actions get taken. However, as experienced now, it will decidedly let us slowly slumber like the frog into the pot, into a oblivion.

    ps: I’m in China, married to a Chinese, am an loving it (yeah, I don’t want to piss on the government so I’m free to do what I please just like here while being given a huge face everywhere I go, isn’t that great?

    • Ridge on July 20, 2011 at 1:45 am

      China not racist? lol Ask a Tibetan how Chinese anti-racism is working out for them. What they are doing in Tibet – invasion and forced integration, is genocide according to UN Law.

      As for Democracy, the problem with it is everyone has a say, but no one is responsible.

      Even politicians that get voted out, have voted themselves golden parachutes.

      IMO you can have democracy and it can work, if you make people live with the consequences of what they vote for.

      If they vote for higher taxes they must personally pay them. If they vote for lower taxes they personally lose services. If you vote for war, you must fund it and fight it and so on.

      As for China, the future is not there. Like Japan all they do is copy the West. That’s fine until you catch up, but after that all you do is stagnate and with huge populations and limited resources, stagnation is death – they’ll just use up the remaining resources until they run out.

      • Henry on July 20, 2011 at 8:07 pm

        My brother founded an orphanage in Lhasa, currently we have 65 Tibetan kids. He has very good relationship with Tibetan lamas especially with the chief lama from Kumbum monestery, a sacred place for the Gelugpa.
        The chief lama visits Beijing regularly since he has several buddhist rites in the city where he has many Chinese followers. I have the khata offered by the chief lama himself and the Sakya Legshad as a gift from him. We chanted and dined together during our Qinghai tour, we visited the Kumbum monestery where i prayed for world peace.

        I just didn’t notice that any of the Tibetans i met conceived me as racist.

        Where others spend their energy whining as though they really care or did something for Tibetans, we do something constructive, on daily basis

  3. giuseppe on July 19, 2011 at 12:41 pm

    Argentina is a work in progress, the banksters want Patagonia as new Israel, who knows what the actual name will eventually be, but as Israel (Palestine) flies the Rothschild banner as a national flag. Pategonia’s methodical takeover will have it’s own master’s flag.

  4. Dan on July 18, 2011 at 6:01 pm


  5. marcos anthony toledo on July 18, 2011 at 3:53 pm

    I think you have read a certain book that lays this all out titled 1984 by Eric Blair writing under pen name George Orwell the book has been put down but if you what to learn history by reading one book I at moment cann’t think of anyother. As you know if you have read it the mottos of Oceania are WAR IS PEACE, FREEDOM IS SLAVERY, IGNORANCE IS STRENGH and boy do the Anglo-Americans live and die by them. So we wait to see what awaits us slaves at the hands of our masters we blow our minds with state aprove drugs handed to us.

    • HAL838 on July 19, 2011 at 6:59 am

      The drugs are actually being put in our water now.
      First there was flouride, and the US is now the only country
      is still allowing that, no matter what the ‘people’ want.

      Now comes lithium and plans to gradually keep going to actual
      manufactured psychotropics.

      THEY do need to control those/us slaves!

    • HAL838 on July 20, 2011 at 11:51 am

      Huxley and Orwell were in elite families, so they knew the plans.
      We know now that it wasNOT fiction!

      How are you Joseph?
      I am concerned, for very selfish reasons….
      I don’t want you to stop writing & researching.

  6. MQ on July 18, 2011 at 12:07 pm

    Great bit, Dr. Farrell. Also check this out:

  7. Robert Barricklow on July 18, 2011 at 10:47 am

    Social Security has nothing to do with the debt crisis.
    It’s fighting six wars while lowering taxes on the rich.
    Simple math.

    • romanmel on July 18, 2011 at 5:26 pm

      Amen and amen… Simply the truth.

      BigGov is deviding the nation and one way is young against old by demonizing Social Security as a “welfare” ripoff of the young by the old. The main-stream-media always presents this as fact. Nothing is mentioned that BigGov has been spending billions of the excess from Social Security receipts every year for decades for anything and everything.

      If they really were concerned about the debt crisis they would end the wars,,,they won’t.

  8. Thomas Marz on July 18, 2011 at 10:47 am

    Can we have a positive one world government?

  9. Vinnie on July 18, 2011 at 7:14 am

    This absolutely brilliant article in the Daily Bell today, gives the best explanaiton and overview that I’ve yets seen as to the real forces at play in trying to globalize the world. Hint. The surprise is that it isn’t those that are so obviously blamed for what’s wrong, and instead, pins the tail where it belongs.

  10. ILJA on July 18, 2011 at 6:51 am

    Q.: “Why, one might ask, are we becoming not the beacon of freedom, democracy, and liberty to the world, but rather, a global bully, interfering in the internal affairs of an ever growing number of nations, and increasingly turning the world against us?”
    A.: Because “you” (the U.S in other words) have never been the beacon of what you’ve listed, as well as the other “beacon” of democracy, revolution terror and constitutional chaos of the parliamentarism – the wonderful France. Now the moment came for obvious alternation of generations of beacons of freedom and democracy (i’m ironizing 🙂 ) “you” are not the first, nor the least, others will follow.
    That state of “the light for the other world” is in fact pure propagandistic longtime maneuver and absolutely wrong one since the very beginning in 1776 (I’m fully responsible for every of my words), a great amount of facts that have been neglected and ignored (once again) bear witness of that my statement. Did you know that the USSR also had been considering itself to be ” the beacon of the true, peoples, democracy and the paradise for the workers and peasunts? 🙂 But, well, let’s admit the obviuos difference between these two. What i’m saying is that every country has equal right to pretend on the throne of the beacon, why Spain for example is worse than the US or Germany, or Mozambique and India? Everybody may think (and there’re that do actually) of himself of being better and pretending to the role of lantern for the entire mankind.
    Also, why do you hate imperialism so much? Napoleon III once have said that ” Empire is peace”. Empire is the overcoming of feudal psychology, provincial isolation, it’s the community of nations that are learning to get on together, it’s the school of the human feeling expressed on so low level in the history. Inspite of all the cruelty that had ever accompanied the building of the great empires this building gave much more to the civilized development of other parts of the world in the all spheres of the human activity that it had been before. The only question that may be aroused is that of HOW these empires were created. The Romans did that on the basis of the obedience to the laws, the Germans on that of the racial discipline, the Americans and the Englishmen on the basis of commercial considerations, the Russians based their empire on the generality of interests, it’s the only matter of the best choice among these ways of construction which must be tested in my opinion only by the span of time every of which occupies. There’s still to come more of the “imperialisms” after the american one ceases to dominate, the problem is that the gas cameras or the concentration camps would not emerge as in the USSR and the Nazi Germany.

  11. Mike Meehan on July 18, 2011 at 5:18 am

    Nice one Joseph!

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