Readers here know that I have no love lost for Grbzbwquz Grbnutski, or whatever his name is (we're still waiting for more vowels please), the Rockefailure geopolitical guru and one of the founders of the Trilateral Commission. And reader's here know that I am alarmed at the growing tension between the West and Iran, and Iran's backers, China and Russia, and the insanity that seems to be coming out of Tel Aviv recently. Well, imagine my surprise when I read this:

The Armageddon Network

Did you catch it? Here it is again:

"The Israelis have a trump card, one they’ll only play if they have a reasonable expectation of success, and that is to launch an attack on their own that would inevitably bring in the US. This would happen because Israeli fighter jets on their way to bomb Iranian targets would have to pass over Iraqi territory: however, what assurances do they have the Americans won’t interfere? As Zbigniew Brzezinski put it in an interview:

"'We are not exactly impotent little babies. They have to fly over our airspace in Iraq. Are we just going to sit there and watch? … We have to be serious about denying them that right. That means a denial where you aren’t just saying it. If they fly over, you go up and confront them. They have the choice of turning back or not. No one wishes for this but it could be a ‘Liberty’ in reverse.'

"However, it looks like we just may be “impotent little babies,” at least if we take Joint Chiefs chairman Mike Mullen’s comments as indicative. Wired.com reports:

"'In a town hall on the campus of the University of West Virginia, a young Air Force ROTC cadet asked Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Adm. Mike Mullen to respond to a “rumor.” If Israel decided to attack Iran, the speculation went, those jet would need to fly through Iraqi airspace to reach their targets. That airspace is considered a ‘no-fly’ zone by the American military. So might U.S. troops shoot down the Israeli jets, the airmen asked the chairman, if they breached that airspace?'

"'Mullen tried to sidestep the question. ‘We have an exceptionally strong relationship with Israel. I’ve spent a lot of time with my counterpart in Israel. So we also have a very clear understanding of where we are. And beyond that, I just wouldn’t get into the speculation of what might happen and who might do what. I don’t think it serves a purpose, frankly,’ he said. ‘I am hopeful that this will be resolved in a way where we never have to answer a question like that.’

"'The cadet followed-up: ‘Would an airmen like me ever be ordered to fire on an Israeli – aircraft or personnel?’

"'Mullen’s second answer was much the same as his first. ‘Again, I wouldn’t move out into the future very far from here. They’re an extraordinarily close ally, have been for a long time, and will be in the future,’ the admiral said.'

"An Israeli attack on Iran would almost certainly provoke assaults on US positions in Iraq, including the huge US embassy and the thousands of mercenaries left in place after the phony US “withdrawal.” Indeed, avoiding such a scenario as described above may very well be a major motivating factor behind the US decision to pull our so-called “combat troops” from Iraq. That’s one way of ensuring that Mullen will never have to answer “a question like that.'"

For once, Mr. Brzezinski is talking sense, and doubtless sending a clear message to Isreal: "Don't Try it without prior approval." But then we read of the discomforting exchange between a cadet and the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Admiral Mullen, who is sending a different set of signals that Brzezinski.

There are, it seems to me, two possible ways to interpret this, both disquieting: (1) Mullen and Brzezinski's remarks are a coordinated campaign to keep the Iranians (and Israelis) off balance by communicating a contradictory set of signals. This is dangerous on the face of it, since diplomacy, especially during such high international tensions, depends on clarity of messages, not obscurity or contradiction. The confusion, however, does serve to keep both Tehran and Tel Aviv guessing about what the American response to such an Israeli attempt might be, and as the article points out, Tel Aviv may think twice about cutting the life of the host that it so parasitically lives off of.

(2) The second possibility is, to my mind, a more intriguing one, and that is that Brzezinski's and Mullen's comments represent an actual rift within the "notional security" establishment of the USA, for clearly, Bzrzezinski represents the corporate-State department bloc of interests, and Mullen the "military industrial" complex. In short, we may be looking at genuine disagreement within a powerful faction of the Western elite over the proper future course. That should give one pause, for it would mean that the power of the Rockefailure interest to set the agenda is waning, and that their "program" to some extent has slipped from their total control to something less.

In any case, two and a half cheers for Mr. Brzezinski, for at least for once adopting a more sane course, that some - to paraphrase Chancellor Bismarck - "some damn fool thing in the Middle East" set off a World War. In 1914, it was the "small nation" of Serbia that, knowing it had a powerful backer in Russia, defied the Austro-Hungarian Empire, and touched off World War One. St. Petersburg had allowed its foreign policyto be set in Belgrade. The USA can ill afford to have its foreign policy determined in Tel Aviv, and Mr. Brzezinski is correct to point that out.



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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 Norris on November 30, 2011 at 11:26 am

    I think it is rather more like our situation before Bush Gulf War 1, when our ambassador was busy assuring Saddam that we would not intervene in Kuwait, then turning around and using his attack as an excuse for war, painting him as the evil bad guy.

    The Israeli’s sure didn’t have cadets asking those kind of questions when they murdered the crew of the Liberty. They attacked despite being quite well aware it was a nearly unarmed American ship in international waters. Yep, them’s sure my kinda allies…….

    Of course, if we are to believe Bearden’s secret sources, they have also saved our collective backside at least 3 times from Soviet scalar EM attacks. (Wonder why they failed to protect us on 9-11 and Oklahoma City? Hmmm….)

  2. Father Krespi on November 30, 2011 at 9:39 am

    Not a chance in Hell that an American military officer would order an attack on Israeli aircraft to protect a no-fly zone. I doubt they would even order an attack if they had to protect themselves from Israeli attacks on American targets in Iraq. And Israeli attacks on American targets in the Middle East you can almost guarantee. In the least you can expect the zionists to trigger large US casualties to draw the US into the war. You can also expect the zionists to do their part to shut down the Straits of Hormuz as they have a vested interest in high oil prices as well for a multitude of reasons.

    They US media has been prepping the zombie citizens for war with Iran for years. It is a done deal. I suspect the Israelis have some kind of technology which will make them impervious to missile attack or they wouldn’t be so cocky. They will get the US to do all the ground fighting. They only thing we can hope for is that Nazi International is alive and well in the Pentagon and this is a trap to destroy the evil zionist for once and all. Israel launches the attack on Iran, the US doesn’t participate. Israel is left fighting the war by themselves. Israel tries to draw the US into war by pulling a USS Liberty style attack but gets caught red-handed. All zionists are declared enemy combatants in the US and we finally discover what the FEMA camps are for. Wishful thinking of course.

    At best we can hope this Iran attack will trigger the Germans to pull out of NATO or– kick the US/GB out of NATO, and invite Russia into NATO or a new German/Russian military alliance will be forged. Either way, I see nothing but war on the horizon.

    War is a harvest for the babylon banksters..

  3. HAL838 on November 29, 2011 at 6:17 pm

    Are you aware that hatred for the United States
    is only surpassed by the hatred for Israel and
    the most hated nations are in that order ?
    First Israel, then US.
    in fact, the lead is also in that order (?)

    It is the United Soviet States of America that is the
    lap-dog to Israel.
    the other way around.
    Brwhosits is as good an actor as any of them.

    We indeed set up the attack on Pearl Harbor,
    yes, our beloved Roosevelt put all our ‘ducks’
    in one Pond / Harbor to be sure that the ‘people’ would
    jump on board.

    “Day of Deceit” by Robert Stinnet or

    I corresponded with Michael Rivera
    (that is his site) until he
    accepted the word of his ‘friend’
    at the Pentagon who told him that the
    whole plane wound up in the center ring.
    He knows better now; that his ‘friend’ would
    not risk his life or even his job, for the truth
    to a so-called ‘friend.’

    “We” would indeed follow Israel to he*l
    because THAT is where THEY are leading US !

    • legioXIV on November 29, 2011 at 6:34 pm

      Hi HAL838,
      “our beloved Roosevelt put all our ‘ducks’
      in one Pond / Harbor to be sure that the ‘people’ would
      jump on board.”
      Except for the fleet carriers funnily enough

      • HAL838 on November 29, 2011 at 7:30 pm

        They didn’t know, but they took the fall;
        most of all the base commander.

        I forgot his name.

        My brain is runing out of space.

        • legioXIV on November 29, 2011 at 7:36 pm

          Admiral Husband Kimmel

          • HAL838 on November 30, 2011 at 6:25 am

            Yes, Admiral Kimmel.
            Thank you.

            I do remember that boy ! was he POed !
            Of course he knew.
            What could he do?
            NOT A THING !!!

      • HAL838 on November 29, 2011 at 7:32 pm

        and they were the only ones that caught on very quickly !

        • legioXIV on November 29, 2011 at 7:52 pm

          perceptive skippers i guess

  4. legioXIV on November 29, 2011 at 2:26 pm

    I think we have seen some very disturbing parallels with the 1930’s especially in the last decade. First Hitler came to power in a dirty deal without the majority of the vote and GWB came to power after a disputed election with it would seem a minority vote. Then we have 911/Reichstag fire which lead to the horrendous Patriot/Enabling Act. Both acts incidentally staged to allow the passage of these previously drafted laws.
    We see tightnening of liberties, militarization and nationalization of both the third and fourth Reich’s and the further controls of already docile populations. Then we see the military adventurism with the annexations of Austria/Afghanistan, Czechoslovakia/Iraq and others, though initially the third Reich accomplished this with less bloodshed. Does that mean that Iran is the new Poland?

  5. Юрий on November 29, 2011 at 10:33 am

    И американские и иранские правые радикалы хотят ядерной войны. А Израиль будет провокатором.

    • HAL838 on November 29, 2011 at 6:20 pm

      Are you swearing without the rest of us knowing it?

  6. James on November 29, 2011 at 9:32 am

    Are we beyond Nuclear Deterrence as a means for peace?

    • Don b on November 29, 2011 at 10:36 am

      James, I really think the US has HAARP and other defensive mechanisms to block nuclear missiles. However, I’m not sure the US has a defense against those pesky pulse weapons. What do you think?


      • James on November 29, 2011 at 11:51 am

        Seeing as the US Government was, most likely, the first on the scene of Tesla’s death and his missing documents that turned up later completely edited, or not at all, I would be inclined to agree with the fact that there are other, more practical technologies out there that may or may not have the same effect as nuclear deterrence. The issue now is, we as a people now have no way of being assured that nothing crazy will break out like a new world war fought amongst the world’s greatest powers, and the idea of deterrence itself requires a mass awareness, which these other technologies purposefully do not have.

        As far as the Government is concerned though, I believe they have had more then enough time to both develop these other technology, but to also develop a defense against them as well. I think some of these events that have been unfolding for a while now are going to be let loose in the face of a non mutually assured destructive war. The big secret right now I guess would be that there is no more nuclear deterrence, thus opening the door for them to be a bit more aggressive in their agendas. This, then would lead to more rash and knee jerk reactions to ANY event that happens from here on out.

        The Bomb has/did bring an extended period of peace, as far as warfare goes. Covert ops, subterfuge, and the general “Spy Games” were the call of the day for a very long time following the end of WWII, all because a fully supported war could not be done without the threat of a major power sparking the end of the world. Personally, I fear for what the future holds because if it’s one thing I’ve learned in this life, it’s that if you don’t want somebody to do something, the only sure way to make they oblige is by pain of death.

        • Don B on November 29, 2011 at 5:03 pm

          Points well taken James.


  7. Robert Barricklow on November 29, 2011 at 9:21 am

    Those crazies are still out-of-the-box

  8. Antoine on November 29, 2011 at 7:02 am

    This guy is a hardcore lunatic according to most Russian. However, I have an eerie feeling that he wasn’t bullshitting when the was speaking about those super weapons (youtube it).

    • Antoine on November 29, 2011 at 7:04 am

      Oops. Wrong guy! Duh. I meant to refer to the Russian Speaker of the House, equally with not enough vowels… Mr. Zhirinovsky


      • Antoine on November 29, 2011 at 7:05 am

      • HAL838 on November 29, 2011 at 6:30 pm

        Indeed, Mr. Alphabet Backwards, speaks excellent Russian
        if I did, I might have jumped at their invitation to
        “…hop on a plane and come on over….”
        shortly after our “best attack sub” sunk the Kursk.

        Alas, I didn’t want to leave my daughter and thought about
        how my own country was ‘loving’ the life out of me
        and wondered how nice the Russians would be.

        Yeah, at this point, I’m a “trust no one” kind of person.

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