The Daily Bell once again seems to be getting it right regarding the Middle East and the machinations of the west's out of control money-elite:

Now It\'s Syria\'s Turn to be Conquered

Clearly, the Daily Bell believes this is all engineering, for the purpose of creating a semi-united "Islamic bloc" which can then fulfill the role the old Soviet Union once fulfilled as the "most favored enemy" status in an ever widening "war on terror".

Well, it may or may not be, but for the sake of argument, let's assume this is what Zbukgnislob Rzbesczdeski and his Rockefailure-Rottenchild mentors have in mind.  What would result from this would be the creation of a world with clearly discernible "civilizational blocs": (1) the "West", meaning the North America-Europe-Australia axis(we'll call it the Washington/London-Berlin-Canberra axis); (2) the "Islamic bloc"; (4) Russia; (5) the Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere (to borrow from World War Two Japanese geopolitical thinking), comprising China, Japan, and all those other guys over there, including India; and finally (5) All the rest.

Now the interesting thing about this alignment is that it neatly dovetails with Huntington's divisions of civilization in his now well-known Clash of Civilizations. In other words, it would appear that the behavior of the western elite is precisely to consolidate its position within a civilization, with the predictable result that the elites of those other civilizations are consolidating theirs, and entering into alliances that - lo and behold - dovetail neatly with the above scheme: consider only how China and Russia have clearly let it be known that Western military action against Iran would be a big no no.

Now, for those who follow such things, this is also the scheme first proposed in the nineteenth century by one Cyrus Scofield, in his well-known Scofield Reference Bible, that textbook of supposed "Christian" teaching about the final events leading up to the two-stage second coming of Christ known as the Rapture, in which the powers of the North (Russia), and the East (China, Iran), march on God's chosen (Israel), and a United Europe (Revived Roman Empire), all get into the carnage et voila, they're all defeated and a new era of peace breaks out under the iron rule of Antichrist, who is deposed by Christ, who restores peace under....er...and iron rule, in a scenario in which the only distinguishing feature between anti-Christ and Christ is not the morality and behavior in evidence from the two, but rather, merely when each appears on the stage.

All this of course, from any traditional historical point of view of Christian doctrine, is of course, nonsense, as it was never a part of Christian doctrine, leaving one to wonder how Scofield - a self-styled "doctor" for whom there is no evidence whatsoever of any seminary attendance or advanced degree has ever been found - managed to get all this nonsense published and promoted by no less than the Oxford University Press, the suggestion implied being, of course, that this perception of events was being managed and put into play deliberately.

It makes one wonder, then, why the disturbing parallels between someone as nutty as Scofield, and someone as smart as Huntington, exist...The parallels are definitely there. And I think they point to a deliberately orchestrated "apocalypse theater," but that's just my guess.



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. chris on December 2, 2011 at 10:47 am

    hey man.. all those blocs of countries remind me of something…oh yeah…1984… why does that book have to be so prophetic all the time? It stinks…

  2. marcos anthony toledo on November 25, 2011 at 3:05 pm

    I though Iran was the one on the hit list and Isreal our hitman as for Syria I though Bashia was doing a great job of self distruction along with Baath party.

  3. James on November 21, 2011 at 9:51 pm

    Oh by the way!

    That Jay is so arrogant!

    He can’t know much with that attitude. It is impossible to learn that way.

    Anyone that knows anything,knows an open mind is necessary to apprehend truth in world filled with lies.

    He doesn’t intimidate me and I’m not very bright.

    Not many here are!

    • Jay on November 22, 2011 at 5:38 am


      So now in your world view, is being arrogant calling out the racist rants of white nationalists? Or is being arrogant pointing out that Jesus ministered to the downtrodden?

      • James on November 22, 2011 at 3:53 pm

        Seriously Jay,

        I don’t believe you really care.

        “Tis folly to render judgement before a matter is heard”

        You just want to bludgen and brow beat people. Your stick is a limp rope though.

        The more you learn the less you know!

        This is because learning only makes you more aware of just how little of the total one can know.

        If you are not aware of this then, you have not yet begun to learn.

        Put the stick down and admit that even you, Jay can learn from someone far,far below your status.

        Your IQ may be above mine and others but really I don’t put much weight on those tests.

        Common sense is a far greater attritute to possess.

        Common sense would tell you to be kind to others and to find value in others and maybe their information too even if you don’t think you agree with it based on the info you have today.

        Bare in mind, you may have more info on the subject at a later date,whatever the case. You may be wrong today because you see only from a limited view. None of us, have 360 degree sherical point of view in life.

        Gather info and always, always be willing to flush your belief system down the toilet in the pursuit of truth and intellectual honesty.

        Simply exchange the temptation to arrogance for the humble position of the student. You can learn in every situation.

        • Jay on November 22, 2011 at 4:17 pm

          Saying that Jesus, whether fictional or not, is famous for ministering to the poor is now using information as a bludgeon?

          Get real.

          You don’t seem real inclined to follow your advice about being ready to flush what you believe down the toilet.

          And stop defending the racist maunderings of someone who simple changes definitions to suit his/her ends.


          • James on November 23, 2011 at 4:32 pm

            Sorry Jay,

            I mistook you for someone else here as I skiimmed too quickly the comments.

            My fault.

            Your ok and I’,m the A-hole here.

            seriously, my apologies

  4. Tim on November 21, 2011 at 9:37 pm

    Hmm, wasn’t there once a guy named Karl Huashofer who had a theory of political geography? Didn’t a European country sort of incorporate his ideas into their policies? I wonder how that all worked out….

  5. Terry Lamb on November 21, 2011 at 8:48 pm

    In my humble opinion, I can only state what I’ve ‘seen’ in a higher state of Consciousness: that Jesus Christ IS real!
    I could not ‘see’ his Face–there was just an Abundance of Light; in my vision I crawled through the wreckage of the World to a safe haven on a lonely but ‘safe’ hilltop. As I approached, I felt my steps grow heavy with the oppression of my own sins, burdens of my misunderstanding…this ‘person’ (who was the Source of the Light) embraced me…it was unlike the cold Light of existential awareness…it was the most Compassionate Love one could ever imagine. I refer to that Embodiment of Spirit as “The Gate”. Even when I clinically died and was in a coma for a week this year, I never have experienced anything like that totally sober, clear Vision. That moment was an Eternity!
    As an Artist who has done Book covers for David Hatcher Childress, Alan Watts, Robert Anton Wilson, Dan Millman, and Dr. Farrell (among many others) I am interested in all POVs….I don’t pay much attention to Religion and Politics are a nuisance. Yes, 9-11 and the Assassinations of JFK, RFK, and MLK were both “Inside Jobs”. Evil does exists and the 13 Bloodlines are Agents…it is a Cosmic Battle being fought on many Dimensions! I love being able to see all paths of Wisdom leading to the same Apex of the Mountain…the I AM created our Souls and to the I AM we will all return. It is up to our Free Will how long the Journey takes~~

    • HAL838 on November 22, 2011 at 1:58 am

      Spirituality is NOT the same as religion and very personal.

      My daughter had a ‘near death’ experience six months
      before she actually died.

      She described a ‘choice’ she seemed to be given.
      At the same time she knew that she was in a hospital
      with her husband by her side. By then she had already
      suffered much. She chose to stay with her husband.

      My guess is that six months later she had a nearly
      identical experience.

      At that time she was on a ventilator and her blood preasure
      plumeted, then the ventilator stopped.
      It is not suppose to stop as
      it keeps the oxygen going even through death.
      The doctor had never seen that happen.
      She had chosen to stay with the light.

    • Fleur on February 8, 2012 at 4:49 pm

      Terry Lamb, You were very fortunate to have had such a spiritual experience, now in this life, as long as you have breath you should enter into a personal relationship with Almighty IAM …..and you can only reach Him through Jesus,….as Jesus said, I am the way, the truth and the life,..no one can get to the Father , but by Me. Read the word od God…..the bible, ( King James ). Ask Jesus into your life.

  6. HAL838 on November 21, 2011 at 7:35 pm

    Oh, quit the religious stuff.
    God does not belong to any church
    and probably abhors all your religions of

    ‘crush, kill, destroy’ and every one of them is
    the ONLY truth.

    The Elite World Controllers have already lost at their own ‘game.’
    It’s a done deal.
    Keep watch.

    I’m going back to yesterday’s blog.
    I have something to say,
    since it is the first time
    I disagreed with Joseph;
    I should explain my case.

  7. Miguel on November 21, 2011 at 6:56 pm

    What is disturbing to me is that fact that the NI (Nazi International, Spectra or however you want to call them) is seemingly pulling out or relinquishing their sphere of influence (or share of the pie) in the ME strategic/oil business, which they carefully crafted for themselves out of the post wwII Anglo-American dominated world order.

    As we know, the NI/Spectra wrestled its way back into a region they had managed to control since the Ottoman collapse and planted their own puppet Hitlers via the Nassers, Gaddafis, Hussein’s, Mossadegh/Ayatollahs and Wahabbies in Saudi Arabia.

    Enough to guarantee themselves a fair share of the spoils that the anglo-americans longed only for themselves. while rebuilding their technological superiority further out into space.

    It’s all a chess game… sending negative signals to the anglo-american that IRAN is now fair game, and they might have no interest in holding on to it.

    Remember, Iran has always proven to be a tough cookie to swallow. Following loss of the Anglo-Iranian Oil company after Mossadegh conveniently nationalized it for his “masters”, the anglos wrestled back their power via the Pahlavis. The NI took it back and has held on to it via the Ayatollahs.

    To me, it seems the Anglo-Americans are being driven into a trap. Their level of comfort towards launching an attack of some sort on Iran is gradually increasing as the NI is seemingly letting their “puppet regimes” fall. For some reason they have got no more use for them or the cash-flow they once generated.

    – digression – could this be a precursor for lower oil prices or a more “open” albeit equally costly technology to be released?

    Be it as it may… when Syria and others fall, Iran will remain the last (NI puppet)one standing…and some “nut” in Israel may well choose to pull the trigger; only to find out then that a full scale response is in store for them; and they were led into a death trap…much like a mouse.

    • Jay on November 22, 2011 at 5:41 am

      But the Saudis are sort of friendly with the US, even Qaddafi was for the last 6 years, not counting this year, and Iran is not.

      The trap may be real, but something doesn’t add up.

  8. Robert Barricklow on November 21, 2011 at 1:45 pm

    Theater that is pre-staged with all the advances that brought to us by 9/11. That was 2001 & pre-staged with holograms included. With some advances in tecnolgy the next event$ will be scripted. Christ and his anti-personage have already been cast. This orchestrated production is still in the ongoing process of direction/production.

    It will come down to seeing believers & critical thinkers. Illusions/Deceptions vs. those who question power, analyze power’s motive, and think outside the box.

  9. legioXIV on November 21, 2011 at 1:22 pm

    Hi Dr Farrell,
    I would have thought that “coalition of the willing dupes” would be a better name for the washington,london, berlin, canberra axis. However i do like the “axis”, pun intended?

  10. Neru on November 21, 2011 at 9:12 am

    For the moment there is no european citizen but a lot of coutries that makes up europe. Yes, the politicians belong to the Anglo American axis that doesn’t mean the people do. Where I come from the churches are empty and the most one sies the inside of a church is when baptized, with mariage and in a coffin before buriel/cremation. If you would ask what rapture is one would get huh…..??? I think a lot of americans would be astonished that they are not well liked at all beyond there own borders. Most of my friends look upon america not as a land of the free but as a dangerous country ever on the warpath for any reason even if the rest of the worlds begs them not to. It is enough that the pipe piper (president) blows his whistle and so many americans run into the army to become a soldier. It is like the army is the sole employer in the USA. And not meaning to belitle the victims of 9/11 far from it but that episode did/does not stire up the emotions of an attack on the western way of life like it does in the USA.

  11. Jay on November 21, 2011 at 8:45 am

    Oxford University Press doesn’t have a great reputation for high academic standards in every title they publish.

    It’s much more commercial than a normal university press.

    Then why does this idea of China and Iran marching on Israel get any traction? Iran hasn’t started a war in hundreds of years, and China very likely knows the exotic military might of Israel.

    And a unified East, well China and India have fought recent border wars. The construction of an other to hate and fear is certainly possible, but this here looks itself like misdirection.

  12. Jay on November 21, 2011 at 8:44 am

    Citizen Quasar:


    That link is about Hezbollah in Lebanon.

  13. Vinnie on November 21, 2011 at 8:27 am

    How very timely this post of today. Now from todays daily bell comes this to buttress your comments.

  14. Citizen Quasar on November 21, 2011 at 7:59 am


    Worshiping a Messiah who caters to fishermen, prostitutes, thieves, “unlearned and ignorant men” in general; one who is a homeless unemployed vagrant himself who wanders from town to town followed by other unemployed homeless vagrants never knowing where their next meal is coming from, and stealing things; and then wondering why this “religion” has so many ignorant followers.”

    —Elbart Ienstien

    • Jay on November 21, 2011 at 8:48 am

      Citizen Quasar:

      By citing this quotation: You’ve conveniently elided of the fact that Jesus had a rep for ministering (that’s helping) the poor and downtrodden.

      Stop defending the banksters.

      • Citizen Quasar on November 21, 2011 at 11:11 am

        I know that you are only a computer program designed to provoke a response, “Jay,” or worse you are a gobmit operative (Substitute the word “prostitute” here.), or, on a level with rat filth, you are just a plain old real live person who has nothing better to do with their time than get on the internet and be nothing but an asshole, but I have a standard answer for this one. It goes like this:

        There ain’t no Jesus. Get over it.

        • Jay on November 21, 2011 at 1:17 pm

          Citizen Quasar:

          Even if Jesus didn’t exist, the idea of him is celebrated for helping the downtrodden. It’s very plain that you don’t apprehend that basic point. And you will do almost anything to avoid dealing with the basic contradictions in your Randian positions.

          The language you’re choosing looks almost word for word like Nazi antisemitic propaganda.

          Stop defending the banksters.

          • bdw on November 21, 2011 at 4:34 pm

            If you want a real eye-opener view of Christianity, I suggest getting the book CAESAR’S MESSIAH by Joseph Atwill.

            It is pretty clear that the intent of the Roman authorities who invented the religion could have cared less with helping the downtrodden, but simply wished to try and pacify (“turn the other cheek,” “love your enemies” etc) their al qaeda of the day: the Jews.

            As silly as the idea might seem, the evidence is undeniable.

            As a religion, Christianity cannot do anything but destroy the very souls of those it claims to “help.”

          • Citizen Quasar on November 21, 2011 at 5:03 pm

            bdw(November 21, 2011 at 4:34 pm):

            It would be interesting to hear what Dr. Farrell has to say about that.

          • Ridge on November 21, 2011 at 7:18 pm


            not only are you a Political Correctness Officer and they have been universally hated throughout history, even by the people on their own side, but you are an ignorant one.

            For one, Ayn Rand was Jewish, so you are calling Citizen Quasar a Nazi, that follows Jewish philosophy? You make no sense at all.

            As for your calling people Naziwhowanttokillsixmillionjews, this is a standard defamation and intimation tactic, used by fanatical anti-Whites, exclusively against White existence.

            And your “Defending Banksters” comment is hilarious, considering George Soros is a known nation wrecker and looter and is one of those behind the OWS campaign. You Commie Marxists have zero credibility, yet you call yourselves the friends of the downtrodden, while you ride on their backs and commit genocide. You people make the Nazis look like badly behaved boyscouts.

            Was it Churchill that said, when the “Nazis” return, they will call themselves anti-Nazi? If so he was 100% right.

            Constantine oversaw the compilation of the New Testament, carefully selected from many Christian texts, all of which were considered “The One True Text”, by the many Christian groups that followed each one. Yet Constantine was not baptized at the time.

          • Jay on November 21, 2011 at 8:16 pm


            And I encourage you to watch the documenatry “The God Who Wasn’t There”.

            However CQ remains basically intellectually bankrupt.

          • Jay on November 21, 2011 at 8:20 pm


            It is not my fault tha CQ uses Nazi language, nor is it my fault you believe everything Stormfrount tells you to believe.

            George Soros behind OWS, ha, ha, try for some evidence next time.

            If you’re simply going to espouse Nazi crap, then it’s real hard to take you seriously.

          • Ridge on November 22, 2011 at 5:29 pm

            Its just your opinion I am a naziwhowantstokillsixmillionjews. You are just saying that, because I am White.

  15. Charles Frith on November 21, 2011 at 7:30 am

    I’ve no idea what the hell to do about Syria. Stay away of course but there are days where the repression is ugly and way beyond what Libya was doing. However I don’t buy the simple narrative that the Anglo American axis is totally in control. First Tunisia was sparked by immolation by a market trader. A difficult act to engineer and then the procrastination by Clinton over Egypt told me that was a curve ball. However I think there were roll out plans for regional contagion and Syria is tasty for it’s close links or former close links to Iran.

    Very complicated. Let’s see.

    • Citizen Quasar on November 21, 2011 at 8:11 am

      Webster Tarpley was on the ground traveling through Syria this past week. He interviewed many people where the so-called “rebellion” is going on. He found that there is NO rebellion going on but, rather, people asking for government military protection from snipers on roof tops randomly shooting at people walking.

      While Tarpley did talk to one local running for local office who(M?) nobody liked, noticeably absent were ANY “reporters;” presumably they were all back at the hotel bar swapping rumors with Amerikan intelligence operatives and making up stories to put on TV back home.

      • Citizen Quasar on November 21, 2011 at 8:25 am

      • James on November 21, 2011 at 9:47 pm

        Yes I agree with CQ,

        Tarpley is a good source for Syria as he was for Libiya.

        He our man on the telling the truth, unless of course he’s lying.

        Anything is possible these days. I don’t think that is the case.

        This is a pure Psy operation. Western media is getting really sloppy. People still swallow anyway!

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