Ok folks, here it is: the long-awaited announcement by Japan and China to allow each other to trade their currencies directly without using the dollar as a go-between, yet another sign of the growing rapprochement between the Asian giants, and the increasing distrust of American adventurism by Japan... I warned it was coming, and here it is:


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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. aemp on January 6, 2012 at 10:18 pm


    Sterling Seagrave has agreed to answer questions about his book, Gold Warriors. This is what Robert D. Steele had to say about the book:

    This book is earth-shattering and faith-shaking, a well-documented tale of deceit at the highest levels of the US government. So controversial and potentially explosive are the findings of this book, to wit, that the White House recovered most of the Nazi and Japanese loot and created a secret slush fund for covert political operations world-wide, that the authors go the extra mile and offer, at a nominal price, two CD-ROMS containing 60,000 pages of supporting documentation including the Japanese treasure maps used by the US to recover the gold and other valuables.

    Major players include Presidents Truman, Eisenhower, and Nixon, both Allen and John Foster Dulles, Douglas MacArthur, John McCloy, and the famous unconventional warrior Edward Lansdale. What we learn from this book is that those writing about “blowback” (the consequences of unwise US actions) have barely scratched the surface. What we learn is that rather than truly seeking to help the Japanese, Chinese, and other looted nations recover in the aftermath of WWII, the most senior leaders of the US government, no doubt with the best of intentions, actually conspired with Nazi bankers and the Japanese imperial family to create a Black Eagle Trust controlled by a very select hand-picked cabal in Washington.

    Originally used to fight communism, the Black Eagle Trust, according to the authors and as thoroughly documented by the book and the two CD-ROMS (which I am happy to have in hand), quickly became a global slush fund used to bribe national leaders and manipulate elections around the world. This fund remains in existence today, making the Swiss Holocaust funds seem like loose-change. According to the authors, major banks are “addicted” to the funds and would face collapse if public investigations resulted in a forced return of this gold and related certificates to the rightful owners.

    there is more at the link above.

    • Alice Dickson on January 6, 2012 at 10:43 pm

      here is another reason our dollar will shrink. My Dad actually filed an Amicus Brief in the Supreme Court to make the parties aware of a little math error that he caught in the Affordable Care Act. He found that when the true cost of this health care, without the subsidies, is put into effect, young people will end up paying 100% more than a fair price for insurance.

  2. Timothy Robert on December 28, 2011 at 11:48 pm

    It makes little difference whether or not the Chinese and the Japanese will now begin trading currencies directly; the City of London through HSBC (opium trade wealth established in Hong Kong and Shanghai) and Citibank have been given the go ahead to underwrite the lucrative and coveted China corporate debt. Does anyone seriously think the City of London would let this get away from them, not me, and don’t be fooled, the Soong family has an enormous connection to the City of London.

    Soong family notables: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soong_family#Soong_family_notables (pay attention)


    But then as you continue understanding the flow of money, the Bank of China has bought up a 20 percent stake in La Compagnie Financière Edmond de Rothschild, the French line family-held asset management and private banking business. This should come as no surprise since it was in France where Deng Xiaoping was taught by the French on how to establish ‘market reforms’. As leader of the Communist Party of China, Deng was a reformer who led China towards a market economy. Deng Xiaoping was in France during the 1920s along with Anna Louise Strong (alleged cousin of Maurice Strong [Canada] although some think Maurice Strong is the son of Deng Xiaoping and Anna Louise Strong), Zhao Shiyan and Zhou Enlai among others. The French House of Rothschild have always had an active participation in China’s growth – that’s why it’s ‘growing’; this would never have been possible if this connection didn’t exist.

    Lights out America. The only question now will the Chinese be as nasty as their earlier Anglo-American imperialists lusting after natural resources re the Chinese are going after oil in Afghanistan as of this comment.


    The House of Rothschild has been quietly making huge inroads into China; this following link demonstrates this to be the case in car manufacturing:


    The Chinese and Japanese trading currencies is a huge reduction in costs for the House of Rothschild; because their investment in America has been concluded.

    • Don B on December 29, 2011 at 7:32 am

      Great post Timothy.


    • Hermes on December 29, 2011 at 7:35 am

      Rockefeller won if they are leaving 🙂

    • Robert Barricklow on December 29, 2011 at 12:57 pm

      A deep analysis. Timothy has definitely taken it down many levels. Very appreciative of these insights, as I’ve started reading, “MAONOMICS, Why Chinese Communists Make Better Capitalists Than We Do” by Lorettea Napleoni. I like her writings on economics as she also ties it into orgainized crime & the virtual economies. She, like others, has got ‘part of the picture’. You have another. The sum of these and others will add to the conceptionalized “emergent properties” picture, that is the “look” I’am shooting for.

  3. Robert Barricklow on December 28, 2011 at 12:02 pm

    This has been in the pipeline for some time. The Japan “earthquake” maybe part & parcel to this forging of a new asian economic front.
    Is the “shanghai cooperative” is gaining weight?

  4. Jedi on December 28, 2011 at 8:11 am

    All roads lead to the city that god lived in, the forbidden city, the pope even had a hotline with god.
    99 years ago the ship of dreams hit an ice age the emperors double abdicated and the last bottle of beer is about to fall 2012.

    Viet Nam and Korea were both enemies of China, Sun Tzu would be proud of there efforts.

    There goes the greatest magical act ever created, the US dollar, a talisman that rode us too hell.

  5. HAL838 on December 28, 2011 at 7:45 am

    At first blush, it would seem to have been a booming Xmas;
    but wait ! ,
    the spending season is not over yet !

    I, for one, plan on doing some bargain/clearance hunting
    after the first.

    My take on that (I have a ‘gut,’ too) is that there is a general
    sense of, ‘Oh well, we’re all going down with the ship.
    Might as well chuck the soon-to-be-worthless cash,’
    even if it meant charging because it was still bought with
    today’s dollars and paying with tomorrow’s.

    Even the braindead have ‘gut(s).’

  6. Hermes on December 28, 2011 at 7:15 am

    The bigger story I we’re all missing is two days ago this appeared on zerohedge:


    Wait a sec…unauthorized gold trading PLATFORMS? Fulford has been talking about covert platforms that underpin the FED reserve system which related to the CIVIL CASE#8500 which I haven’t heard a credible rebuttal to it yet. In that it details a platform and book of codes.

    Is this the public notificiation of the end game for western money powers? I’m thinking so with the article above included in the mix…its happening right before our eyes. Webbots are saying from March onward its pure release language and nothing stops it…period.

    The chinese are involved in the FED system on a certain level, we just dont know how much. But if there were active in the London Gold Pool, I think they just told TPTW and the public, that they are no longer supporting that. Within finance its become OBVIOUS even to those who avoided the tin hats, that the market for metals is bifurcating into paper and real claims against the shiny metals. Hedge funds are sourcing directly from miners…the cracks are all around us.

  7. Dashiell Cabasa on December 28, 2011 at 12:59 am

    …as the vernacular hath it here in angloterrorville…blimey!

  8. Lady La La on December 27, 2011 at 11:45 pm

    Dr Farrell …
    This is NOT a reproachment. It is a PLANNED agreement condoned by the West . The idea is to destroy the US dollar. Asia is not at odds with the USA. They are in collusion with us. Take a trip to a mid-sized city like Chengdu, China and listen to the “rhythm and blues” blasting onto the streets from cafes. Count the McDonald;s, the BurgerKings, the KFC, etc. And the malls with Ralph Lauren and French cosmetics.

    This is not a country at war with the West. And neither is Japan. And Hilary didn’t go to Burma to support democracy. It’s all a make-believe fairy tale to further their agenda and to achieve their results.

  9. HeartStream on December 27, 2011 at 10:52 pm


    I respect the right of each nation to do what it sees is in its own interest. I also an an internationalist and believer that economic trade and some forms of integration can work magic for peace. In my view, this event a direct result of the loss of respect and confidence in the international management of currency. When certain interests use currency as a political tool for what appear to be malignantly selfish reasons,, this is one of the inevitable results. The other ones are far worse and I personally hope that they fail to bring them on. It’s still too early to bank upon the failure of this strategy, but it does seem to be becoming increasingly desperate, which is understandable but also a nail biter.

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