Boiling Frog had this interesting post recently, on the amount of money pouring into various coverts operations of the American intelligence community:

How Much Of The Economy Is Owned By “The Company”?

Well, as we sit in the midst of a global financial meltdown, which really means a global central banks meltdown, we would do well to pause and remember that the various intelligence agencies are intimately plugged into this whole worldwide web of "corporatocracy", running front companies, laundering money (much of it from drug trade, covert arms dealing, and so on). We have, I strongly suspect, the most recent example of what all this money is used for in the so-called "Arab spring" and its most visible manifestation, the collapse of the Qaddafi regime in Libya. Such "spontaneous" uprisings, throughout a region, could not happen without (1) on the ground organization, (2) agents provocateurs, and (3) money, and this betokens intelligence agency sponsorship at some level, and I suspect that origin is in the West.

The installation of Islamic governments in the countries thus "liberated" is not, in my opinion, accidental, for as the West's financial system teeters toward disaster, thanks to the machinations of its blind-and-dumb financial elites, the one thing that can put it back on course, is, of course, war, and that appears to be what some, at least, are angling for.And it's hard to have a war with the likes of Hosne Mubarek, Moahmar Qaddafi, or even Assad, reprehensible and brutal as those men are/were. What one needs is an implacable enemy, an ideological enemy, an enemy that views the West as something to be eradicated.

I doubt very much, however, that we have seen the end of covert ops in the region, but rather, that what we have seen is only the beginning. Consider only all those surface to air rockets in Libya that went "missing" and over which the West is now expressing "concern." Well, they are right to be "concerned" but it doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out what the game plan might be... with enough downed aircraft, the West could push for "regime" changes or destablization that can only, in the long term (or so it thinks) suit its own interests.

Add to this volatile mix the possibility discussed by Richard M. Dolan, myself, and others, that much of this money is being diverted to an actual "breakaway" civilization, with access to technologies and capabilities well in excess of the host civilization that sustains it. A disturbing possibility emerges, and it must be mentioned, and that is, that such a breakaway civilization might indeed view its host civilization as now being superfluous to its existence, and either acquiesce in, or actively plan for, its destruction.

Reading the tea leaves is becoming increasingly difficult, but signals such are these from Boiling Frog are signals nonetheless, not noise.

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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. marcos anthony toledo on November 11, 2011 at 2:59 pm

    This only confrim what I been thinking lately. The way the Republican have been behaving lately leads me to believe they preparing for the big one. Destroying the world economy in 2008. Their nonconcern about job creation and doing everything to sabotage the country recovery. And the bizarre canidates they put up for office lends credence to the idea of Armageddon is whats on their mind. Their big wet dream of killing as many of us as they can. All this economy is gear for is war. Since most of us will be killed who needs firemen,police,postmen and teachers and other public and private jobs. Their masters already have geyaway plans. these useful idots will be will be left to face the music with the reat of us.

  2. paul degagne on November 11, 2011 at 2:26 pm

    I like what Farrell wrote above….thanks to the machinations of it blind and dumb financial elites.

    i also like what Citizen Quazar wrote down…. Instead, they want to slowly suck the life out of the planet Earth and convert it into the closest thing to Hell that an atheist like me can conceive of;

    TAKE YOUR PICK for both views probably will take the world to the same END. It makes no difference to me if DEMONS FROM OUTER SPACE or DUMMIES WITH NO INNER SPACE do me in. We goners just the same!

    Is there a 3rd option or am I exhibiting OPRAH LIKE OPTIMISM IN THE FACE of Disaster?

    HHHHHHMMMMMMMM, A NEW ATLANTIS — it’s been tried before> or maybe that is also a disaster because who is going to ENFORCE the circumstances in order for to enable such a noble thought to become reality? I tell you it’s enough to make a belief in a Messiah necessary!


    Some Iron Hand. That’s probably out as well?

  3. HAL838 on November 10, 2011 at 5:59 am

    “……what[ever] does it take to survive……………”
    is already in place and it is too late for THEM to ‘breakaway’
    unless they have already left for places OUTSIDE this
    galaxy. In fact THEY are safer here at this point, which is
    the dilemma THEY are facing and the most immediate
    source of their infighting at this point.

    As badly wounded as it is, Earth is probably the safest place
    in the galaxy at this time.
    Although, I might add that there is NO safe place for them
    anywhere, anymore.
    If you can believe it [it is true] I hope that it brings Hope.

    [The processes of a Quantum Created Universe;
    Intelligent, Self-Aware, Planned, yada, yada, yada.]

    Does anyone know how G H W Bush got his nicname, “Poppy?”
    Not from being a grandfather !

    I think I will look up that site, “Boiling Frog,” Joseph and bookmark it.
    It sounds really good………
    Thank You Much,
    for your continued perserverance 🙂

  4. Captain Kent Brashear on November 10, 2011 at 12:57 am

    My initial thought: Young people today take out student loans they can never repay to go to college and take writing courses to learn how to write fiction. Richard Dolan is the best example of dropping out of university to write the truth that is better than fiction.

  5. Citizen Quasar on November 9, 2011 at 5:38 pm

    “Such a breakaway civilization might indeed view its host civilization as now being superfluous to its existence, and either acquiesce in, or actively plan for, its destruction.”

    This has ALWAYS been their game plan.

    But I suspect that this is more the product of some type of death worship that is anchored in a deep-seated morality that sees good in and rejoices in the suffering of others.

    Given the technology that they must possess, and considering how “free energy” and “anti-gravity” must surely be part of it, it is a shame that they are such a sinister and evil ilk because they can eliminate human suffering, poverty, disease and spread happiness and joy to all.

    Instead, they want to slowly suck the life out of planet Earth and convert it into the closest thing to hell that an atheist like me can conceive of.

    Speaking of black ops, did you see this?:


    It is/was supposed to LAND on Phobos and RETURN a soil sample.

  6. Robert Barricklow on November 9, 2011 at 4:18 pm

    Today is Wednesday, in the pm the new weekly Guns and Butter radio program is available on line.
    Today’s Show: The Black Budget: financing of a breakaway civilization; $12 trillion leveraged buyout of the country; a financial coup d’etat; blackmail of congress; private defense contractor control of data bases
    It’s just what the Dr. orderred, if I may say so.

  7. Robert Barricklow on November 9, 2011 at 11:53 am

    “…exploited by the few – the self-same who wrong dollars out of blood in the war. The general public shoulders the bill.
    And what is this bill?
    This bill renders a horrible accounting. Newly placed gravestones. Mangled bodies. Shaterred minds. Broken hearts and home. Economic instability. Depression and all itsattendant miseries.” General Smedley D. Butler WAR IS A RACKET
    Thiswas written in 1935. He saw the war clouds coming and the bansters once again betting on all sides, financing all sides, and setting up transnationals to monopolize. But in the wings was the beginnings of the coming breakaway civiliztion. Its morality was already in place.
    Just one small part of this ‘morality’ was the 1950s “Operation Mockingbird”. Expand that with the other technologies and there it is. Still, like James, I can’t help feeling there is something that just isn’t fitting, for lack of a better word. Some major piece that is either out of place, or in plain view but ‘unseen’. An unconscious awareness I’am presently unable to bring into consciousness.

    An up to date, behind the curtain analysis(video) of what Dr, Farrel wrote as a prelude to his breakaway disturbing conclusion is at:
    “Challenge to Wall Street dominance”

    • James on November 9, 2011 at 1:08 pm

      A quote from a favorite series of mine, ROME:

      Mark Anthony: Breathe deep, boy. The smell of victory.
      Octavian: [disdainful] Smoke, shit and rotting flesh.
      Mark Anthony: Beautiful, isn’t it?

      That right there is all that war has to offer the people.

      • Robert Barricklow on November 9, 2011 at 1:33 pm

        War Profiteering is not an abberation.
        It is the very purpose of war.

  8. James on November 9, 2011 at 10:11 am

    So what does it take to survive if you are to be considered part of this “host” civilization. If a future Atlantis is to emerge with these elites leading the way, what are we the people going to do? What should we do? What options are there? These questions are left to the intellectuals that are for the people.

    It seems these things have all happened before. The details may be different but the underlying agenda’s are the same. For individuals like me, I have nothing to go on but an inkling in my gut that says there is more going on. That’s what drove me to your books and other such subjects for I wish to edify myself, but can only do so through the minds and words of the intellectuals.

    Flash back to Colonial times in America and think about the massive world wide change that was provoked by, and followed through by, the intellectuals of the time. These people were lawyers, but more then that, they were philosophers, and even more then that they were compassionate to their fellow man.

    I am all for discovering the happenings around the world and really digging at the true truths of the day. I am more for discussing the solutions available and/or necessary to invoke the changes needed for the people. In that respect however, it requires so much information just to paint a somewhat coherent picture, let alone what that picture may mean. You do a fantastic job at this and I thank you for it, but I implore those that post their comments here, what can we, the people of this “host” civilization, do in our lives to either combat these elites and their agendas or live without their influences?

    I rack my brain everyday to find a way I can persist in this life where I don’t have to spend eight hours a day, forty hours a week, just to feed and cloth and shelter myself. I can’t think of a way other then to live off somebody else’s hard working money, but I’m not built that way. People should be self sufficient, especially in this country (and there are some), but we see on a daily basis we really aren’t. We require these complex organizations to meet the demands of an ever growing populace, or do we? I don’t know.

    • david wilson on November 9, 2011 at 11:57 am

      We are slaves, bought and sold slaves, the only exit starts within each individual and his mind set which has to be “let it begin with me”.
      My faultering hypocritical attempts thus far have been to relocate to a country where we could buy a small piece of land and restore a small home with simple solid fuel heating and cooking. Where we could use candles, collect water off the roof and generate our own electricity. We have a fifty year old tractor and second hand implements with which to grow food and a fifteen year old 4×4 to get around in.
      We have no debt and no mortgage, no TV and no media other than the net, we skype call family and talk to neighbours. We barter eggs for milk and favours for favours.
      It is a small start but gone are the nine till late jobs, the smart clothes and cars, the sunny holidays and all that rush to nowhere. Today we plod and rest and breathe, look after the hens and ducks and dog, eat good food grown with good muck and know that we have at least started on our road to freedom.

      I hope this helps, there is much more to it and it is infinitely more satisfying than I can portray in words, you just have to start by making a first choice and letting go of the huge amount of crap we have been fed from birth.
      It can be done, we can be free but like everything else it is a journey and that takes a start point, a first choice.
      Good luck

      • James on November 9, 2011 at 12:45 pm

        I envy your lifestyle in the best possible way. I myself have longed for simpler times and too have considered finding a plot of land thats out there away from the prying eyes but alas I am still at home with mom and dad. Trapped by loans and bills for the last 10+ years (Im only 28) I was barley able to move out on my own with a friend just last year, but with him having no job and me basically supporting the two of us by buying all the food and paying all the bills I couldn’t do it anymore. I love my parents and are so appreciative of their support but it’s time I start getting my things done on my own.

        I don’t know if its viewed as an excuse or not but it is so difficult for me (maybe for others too? I don’t want to assume anything) to do something as simple as saving money. I know I’ve been conditioned by this culture to consume consume consume, but knowing that fact and doing something about it are completely different beasts. I thank you for your kind words and hope your life plays out how you want it to.

        In the mean time, what can realistically be done about all these plunderer’s and their knowledge and systems. Is it possible to just pull out completely? I don’t want to cut ties to friends and family just because some pomp fat cats are making peoples lives miserable. But, at the same time, I alone can’t fight against a faceless foe. Also, does accountability have any place in these discussions. Even if the hidden agendas were thwarted, will Justice have it’s day against these “people”? Maybe I’m looking for too much.

        Either way thank you Dr. Farrell for your words and insights and keeping those that choose to be informed, informed, and thank you Mr. Wilson.

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