We've been following geopolitical developments here at for a while, and readers here are  well aware of my feelings about the Zbigniew Brzezinski-inspired plan to gain the energy supplies of Central Asia for the West, a plan that runs sqaurely up against three significant walls: Iran, China, and Russia. Coupled with this effort has been the American effort to install a missile defense system in the ever-expanding NATO membership list. With the addition of the Ukraine in recent years to this membership, Russia's then-president Putin warned against any western attempts to encircle NATO.

Now, Putin's successor, Dmitri Medvedev, has had enough, and informed the west that if these plans proceed Russia will have no choice but to target the installations with its strategic missile forces:

According to the article at The Huffington Post, this defense system is being put into place to protect Europe from missiles aimed at it guessed it ... Iran, and are not directed at Russia.

In my opinion, this is laughable on the face of it, since Iran is an important state to both Russian and Chinese geopolitical interests in the area, and it is well-known that some of the technological and scientific expertise in Iran's nuclear program come from Russia. We may also assume that it is laughable for an entirely different reason, namely, that Russia and China have both served notice to the West - read "the UNited States" here - that a unipolar world order, i.e., a world order dictated from Washington, DC, is not on their agenda, and that for a truly peaceful world order to emerge, Russia's and China's interests will simply have to be given larger play. Indeed, one Chinese official, interviewed in English on RT TV's English news service, made it very clear that the West, by pursuing a unipolar world view, was flirting with World War Three.

The question is, why would RT TV have a Russian news anchor interviewing a Chinese official in Beiking, both men speaking in English?

The answer appears to me to be simple, if extraordinary. As those two countries have moved progressively in a more liberal direction, they cannot but view the direction in the USA with some alarm, for it is moving into what those countries are moving out of, and thus, its stance is becoming increasingly bellicose, and irrational. Through the medium of RT TV's English news service, these countries are trying to serve notice to another major group of people, equally anxious over the moves of the Western elite, namely, the American people.

To back this up, the  Russians have moved warships into the Eastern Mediterranean in response to the USA now stationing a carrier battle group there to respond to the Crackup in Syria. It's getting interesting folks...

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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. Kent Brashear on November 28, 2011 at 7:42 pm

    One difference between today and the Vietnam years is today there is no draft. So the shiftless ones
    of today don’t have that worry. Those sixties anti-war protests were in large part about the draft. We saw
    draft card burnings and heard of draft dodgers. Coupled to the card burnings were the bra burnings.
    Well, the women won that one. (I was in uniform and fell victim to hippie spittle.)

    It is high time the troops were brought home; that would make for a good protest. I’d amen that.

    On to Syria: Don’t anyone jump me out for bringing in the Bible, but it does say Damascus will fall
    before the lady sings.

    It’s just all too much, too fast. Buy your silver and hunker down folks.

    • Father Krespi on November 30, 2011 at 10:11 am

      I used to be opposed to a military draft until a couple of shiftless local boys dropped out of high school and now raise hell up and down my road in their loud vehicles. Come to think of it, I actually like video games now because it keeps them inside for at least half the day.

      The sixities protests were triggered by the Cabal. Divide, conquer, and destroy gentile ethics. IT was a grand success. I think a draft may be the only thing which will get the citizenry off their couches. When their daughters start getting drafted and their sons come home in pieces, I would expect them to finally get angry and motivated. Maybe that is what the lithium is for– subdue the masses. Unfortunately, The goyim have become a pretty pathetic lot. Even their children being sent off to die in pointless banker wars might not draw their attention away from their ball games and reality shows.

      Regarding hoarding of silver— it may come in handy when the Homeland Security mercenaries want to rape your wife and kids and you have to bribe them, but my guess is– having gold and silver in your house will probably just get you killed when the house to house searches begin and the HS commissar discovers you have been lying. And if you really do plan on bartering with your neighbor, an ounce of gold may be trading for $5000 on the New York Mercantile Exchange, but will only be worth a bag of groceries or a set of automobile tires in your community and you won’t dare to barter with it because it will be a severe crime by then and probably considered an act of treason or terrorism. .

  2. Ridge on November 28, 2011 at 6:31 pm

    Something that occurred to me again, when I heard about Medvedev’s announcement to the Russian people:

    Why were the people behind the OWS protestors organizing massive, violent, anti-War protests, back in the 1960s and 1970s, when we were fighting Communism, yet even after 10 years, there has been almost no protest against the Endless Wars in the Middle East.

    I also noticed that even the leftards were celebrating the murder of Gaddafi under a white flag, just as much as any neocon would.

    Now Russia and China are feeling threatened. Russia has warned their citizens of an imminent WW3 and there is still no anti-War movement in the USA???

    What are the “Friends of Humanity” doing about this?

    They are Occupying Wall Street and are being laughed at by the majority of Americans.

    So are these people really about peace and love, or do they have another agenda?

    • Jay on November 28, 2011 at 7:28 pm


      What world are you living in where no one has protested the endless wars in the middle east? Do you just get your news from Fox? Yes this is a serious question.

      Those behind OWS, were behind anti-Vietnam war protests and civil rights marches? You really need to deal with reality not whatever Glenn Beck or Jeff Rense spouts. And at least the latter is aware of significant US protests against the wars in Iraq and Asia.

      In fact if you had paid any attention. Liberals did not celebrate the murder of Qaddaffi, that you claim so, just means that you really do just repeate whatever Glenn Beck tells you.

      • Ridge on November 29, 2011 at 3:54 am

        The “protests” about the Middle East, are but a mild whimper compared to the wild and violent “Peace” protests against the war on Communism in the 1960s and 1970s.

        “Liberals did not celebrate the murder of Qaddaffi, that you claim so, just means that you really do just repeate whatever Glenn Beck tells you.”

        Jay really now, you have Zero credibility .

        Hillary Clinton on Gaddafi: We came, we saw, he died

        Back to OWS, I also wonder where these “friends of humanity” got all that money to sit around Wall Street for months on end?

        Who paid for them to get there and who pays for them to stay? From what I hear from people who have been on the ground, many are middle aged.

        It always astounds me how much money the anti-White left has. So where is all this money coming from Jay?

        Perhaps they had so much money, there was a spontaneous explosion of it and they all headed down to Wall Street?

        That explanation makes the most sense, because in the case of OWS, they are all dressed up, with no where to go. lol

        • Ridge on November 29, 2011 at 4:27 am

          Case in point, the Tea Party that Jay so hates, because they are “disturbingly White”, has far more popular support than the OWS people, yet they cannot afford to pay their people to sit around doing nothing, for months on end.

          So clearly the anti-White left are filthy rich.

          So where does this money come from to pay their rent-a-mobs? The money must come from somewhere…


          • Jay on November 29, 2011 at 6:57 am


            Hillary Clinton is not a liberal, no liberal voted for the Patriot Act or the 2003 invasion of Iraq. Almost no liberals grew up as “Goldwater Girls”.

            OWS had almost no monies behind it. And still doesn’t. Unlike the corporately backed Teapartiers, brought to us by the Koch brothers, gee the guys whose father just happens to have to have founded the John Birch society.

            You’re not even credible to yourself.

  3. HAL838 on November 28, 2011 at 5:02 pm

    Well, in view of the idea that nothing will happen
    by the end of next year, I find it strange that there
    is a gigantic network of longterm (couple years, maybe)
    Bunkers and tunnels all over the world, that is, under it.

    Under construction for something like 1/2 century.
    For WW3 ?
    They may be planning to lay the seeds before they are all snug
    in their bunkers; certainly they are letting fly with a
    lot of harmfuf tech.

    It seems to me that it is more than that and they want to
    unload all the arrows in their quiver before they ‘leave.’

  4. Robert Barricklow on November 28, 2011 at 11:07 am

    Moving too close for those itchy trigger fingers that rest/twitch on hair triggers.

  5. Dashiell Cabasa on November 28, 2011 at 6:40 am

    Yes, interesting as in hairy perhaps?

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