Well, I depart from my usual practice of talking about a particular article or video today, to present some thoughts about the drone that recently "crashed" in Iran. Let's back up to the story via the context. First we had the death of Osama Bin Laden, whose body, let us recall, was quickly buried at sea. That's called tampering with the evidence. We are simply asked to take the government's word for it, not to mention there were stories in the media long before that he may have died. Then there was the matter of the Iranian used car salesman plotting with the Iranian government to commit acts of terrorism. Well, that one was in my opinion designed to beat the war drums for a strike on Iran. Don't get me wrong here. The government of Iran is nuts. What other country has as a component of its very national constitution the mandate to export jihad and to annihilate an entire nation? But the car salesman story was a non starter. It quickly fizzled in its utility for hyping the war fever.

Then came the drone, which let us recall was first reported as having crashed, until the Iranian government showed off its "crashed drone" which looked to be in pretty fine condition. Then we were fed the cock-and-bull story that it had a malfunction and "glided" to a landing.

Now, I am having difficulty with all this and I hope you are too. It seems silly to me that such advanced technology would not have some sort of self-destruct mechanism. Now maybe it doesn't. I don't know. The military has done stupid things before, and it wouldn't surprise me. Maybe it does, and it "malfunctioned."

But all this is merely prelude, for however the drone got there, the fact of the matter is that it is there, and there under circumstances that are all too suspicious, in my humble opinion. The question is, why, and who is behind it, for it seems to me that someone wanted Iran to have this drone. So, working with that hypothesis, the question is, who and why?

We have, it seems to me, two basic possibilities here: (1) someone within the American military wanted them to have it, or (2) someone else hacked into the system, and commanded it to "glide" to its landing in Iran as quite a prize for Tehran (and by implication, Beijing and Moscow). If the latter, then someone else has penetrated our national security.

It is the former possibility that intrigues me, for it might then mean that there are some within the American defense establishment that wanted this technology to fall into Iran's hands. The question is: why? Here there are, as I currently see it, two further possibilities: to give Iran and its major power backers, Russia and China, access to key defense systems to forestall the current war fever emanating from certain circles in this country, or to give Iran technological capabilities that will make any future action against that country, if or when it comes, a bloodier affair.

In any case, I remain skeptical of the public explanations that have been thus far forthcoming. Something else, I genuinely think, is going on, and any way one slices it, it doesn't bode well.

Merry Christmas from Blago the Carpathian

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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. Eye Throne on December 23, 2011 at 9:30 pm

    What about Mehran Keshe´s claim that his antigravity/free energy technology provided to the Iranian government allowed Iran to capture the drone? You can read about Keshe in Free Energy News website ( or hear his MP3 interview on the matter at
    I think this inventor and nuclear physicist might actually be telling the truth!

    • Jay on December 25, 2011 at 7:49 am

      Good to see something fresh posted here.

  2. Nordman on December 23, 2011 at 1:21 am

    The drone
    There are smart people otside USA.
    I see this as a technical issue.
    To remotley control RQ-170 you need a datalink(1) to the drone. The drone need GPS data(2) to know it’s position.

    Whith a strong radiosignal the datalink(1) to the drone can be blocked out. The drone go into a preprogramed mode to return to homebase. Does not matter that the datalink is encrypted.

    Still the drone need GPS data(2) to navigate. So if you feed corrupted GPS data to drone it will follow that data.

    The original home-base for the drone have the same altitude as the ‘crash’ site…

  3. Father Krespi on December 22, 2011 at 5:42 pm

    You are all missing the point and what will ultimately be the undoing of the US military: it is totally compromised. It is infested with Anunnaki and dishonorable, disloyal goyim who will all do anything for money. Including treason. Our military technology and secrets have been sold to the highest bidder. It is practically part of the Pentagon job description. Washington DC is Gomorah. Do you think people living there would have any qualms selling secrets to foreign rivals to pay for their gambling debts, hookers, drugs, second homes? Not to mention their are numerous employees in the Pentagon who don’t consider themselves American. Their loyalty is to their pirate base in the middle east.

    All of the US’s adversaries are well aware of how compromised we are. Between that and our brain dead, video game playing, drug eating, illiterate, physically and spiritually malnourished and poorly trained undisciplined soldiers, we don’t stand a chance in hell of winning WWIII. The best we will be able to do is blow a bunch of stuff up and piss off so many people around the globe that they will have absolutely no mercy when they land on our shores and start killing us all for revenge. And you can be sure the Anunnaki will have some how wiggled out of culpability for America’s demonic actions and will be the carpetbaggers for the invading forces. God help us.

  4. Prometheus Rex on December 22, 2011 at 3:52 pm

    In a completely unrelated story, Dr. F did you see the Mayan city discovered in GA?

    Go Dawgs!

  5. Marc on December 22, 2011 at 1:09 pm

    I would like to share two links.

    One, regarding the whole annihilate thing:

    I agree that the regime usn’t great, but still we have to be alert to what they’re really saying..

    One regarding the way in which the drone could have been brought down via a hardware-based backdoor in the computer chips of this device. You know, hardware production, also for the military has been outsourced more and more. Guess to which countries?

    “Captured Intel Drone – An American Intelligence Disaster?

    So how does this ancient political history relate to the Iranian capture of a 5th generation US Spy Drone? The simple answer is: the outsourcing and off shoring of critical US technology industries.
    At the time of the passage of the disastrous trade bill I cite above, the USA was #1 in the world for semiconductor production and technology, since then the USA has willingly ceded that position to China and today is not even in the top 10 semiconductor producers.

    China is now the country of origin for the majority of semiconductor devices used within US Military systems. There are very few companies left who even manufacture in the USA.” (!)

  6. Ken Lemon on December 22, 2011 at 1:07 pm

    The Drone is a false flag. Why would the US military send in a drone WHEN it has a bucketload of satelits which can see everything on the ground in Iran.

    Seems to me that this story/event stinks to high heaven, it just doesn’t make any sense to me at all.

  7. ahwoo on December 22, 2011 at 11:34 am

    Two things:

    1st: There have been many stories out about how Predator drones were hacked while in on mission. I would imagine, with time, the stealth drone too would be hacked. It just takes patience and time while the thing is in range. I’m certain this type of drone has been flying over Iran daily for years. The Iranians hard work paid off.


    2nd: It is also entirely possible that the US is playing three dimensional chess and ‘allowed’ this drone to be hacked.
    The reasons being to throw off our enemies information of our capabilities by ‘giving’ them what they think is our latest technology when it is really just a white elephant. This trick has been done for thousands of years.

    • Don B on December 22, 2011 at 2:34 pm

      Humm…I kinda like no. 2

  8. Robert Barricklow on December 22, 2011 at 11:06 am

    Great analysis as always.
    Circles within circles. One of many such ‘deeper’ circles that the international banking cartel ‘has’: let’s take a hypothetical example – a state of the art U.S, military jet is made. Its component parts are global. It is assembled in the here & there(globally). This Cadillac of jets is as American as the Federal Reserve, which in turn is as Federal as Federal express. Purposely desinged within the computer processing unit is a ‘poison pill’ that is accessed by an encription frequency. This ‘known secret’ prevents a ‘patriotic use’ against an ‘international’ foe. And that’s the ‘known secret’.
    But don’t ask Donal Rumsfeld about these knowns and unknowns, these circles within circles.

  9. Jedi on December 22, 2011 at 9:42 am

    ..the rebels have the plans for the death star.
    The empire must strike back.

  10. Thomas Marz on December 22, 2011 at 9:10 am

    Go Blago!!!

  11. John Casey on December 22, 2011 at 8:49 am

    I agree that there is something calculated to the whole affair. The Iranian’s claims to have hacked the
    drone’s GPS system and reset it with false coordinates is at least plausible. Still, the photos of the drone
    looked funny to me. Why the drapery around the landing gear? It had a thrown-together look that makes
    we wonder if it didn’t get damaged and the Iranians auto-shopped it back together with Bondo and twine
    for a dog-and-pony show.

  12. Ron G on December 22, 2011 at 7:25 am

    What if the drone is a modern Trojan Horse?

    • anonmoose on March 11, 2012 at 10:18 pm

      bingo!, what happens when the plugin to the interface? big smily faces for the intell agencys

  13. Christian de Coninck Lucas on December 22, 2011 at 6:04 am

    As I understand it, Ahmedinedjad never said verbatim that Israel should be wiped off the map, that was a western translation. He did however question the historial grounds for its’ creation in 1947.

    • Christian de Coninck Lucas on December 22, 2011 at 6:09 am

      Also, persistent rumors report that al faction in the Pentagon will fight tooth and nail to avoid an attack on Iran.

      • Hermes on December 22, 2011 at 7:45 am

        White hats! Which makes sense…the miltiary (i use this term too broadly) has a sense of its lawful role and realizes it is currently working for a corporate entity. We all agree to submit to this corporate entity, thus they will not allow a coup in this country (then what).

        What they are waiting for THE de jure government to demand allegience to it, so that it may stop following the de facto (corporate) government that we all blindly submit to. I wholeheartedly believe there are men of pure heart who realize what they are inside and are trying to walk an ultra fine line of stopping it while not getting caught up…

    • Hermes on December 22, 2011 at 7:46 am

      This is accurate…but was twisted into the propaganda most of us swallowed…what else do we swallow and not even taste going down? 🙂

    • anonmoose on March 11, 2012 at 10:20 pm

      1947, one of the moast profound years of all, everything happened in 1947

  14. Jay on December 22, 2011 at 5:49 am

    First: Which nation is Iran threatening to “annihilate”, and when has Iran done this threatening? Second, jihad means something like struggle or righteous path–really I expect better than the jingoistic rants of Fox, christers, and World Net Daily.

    Now the remote controlled toy, some reasons to let Iran capture it would be to see what technology Iran has for hacking and controlling such a drone–that’s what tech Iran received with the advanced Russian made radar system which is ostensibly able to track such planes, with all that seeing of disturbances in the nothingness implied. Then of course it could be a feint, the US tells lies about the drone’s downing, making it seem a big deal and effectively saying that someone hacked the very best the US can fly, and …

    Those who’d think the US would start a war over a fancy remote controlled plane are delusional, like Dick Cheney.

    • Don B on December 22, 2011 at 2:55 pm

      Jay, Quit playing with words. We all know what “annihilate”, “eliminate”, etc. means, and we know what the little so and so meant when he made that statement. I’m a frequent critic of Israel, but they did make a very good offer to Arafat during the Clinton Administration and were turned down cold. Personally, I would rather live in Israel with all its shortcomings than Iran any day.

      As to a delusional biological entity, please refer to your hero O’Bummer!


      • Jay on December 22, 2011 at 3:28 pm

        Don B:

        Except he (Ahmadinejad) didn’t make that statement, grow up and stop believing the lies Fox News, MSNBC, NPR and CNN feed you.

        Dick Cheney is very much on record as wanting attack Iran over this lost toy. And that behavior is delusional, whatever you think of anyone else.

  15. romanmel on December 22, 2011 at 5:31 am

    The sad fact is that certain elements within BigGov want desparately to go to war with Iran. The drone may have been a plot that went bad to give Obama an excuse for attacking Iran. This administration just doesn’t have the finesse at false flag operations that DubYa’s did.

    • kamutef on December 22, 2011 at 9:58 am

      Good point, however it is a bit of a stretch to find any finesse in the 9/11 event…

    • david wilson on December 22, 2011 at 11:09 am

      “This administration just doesn’t have the finesse at false flag operations that DubYa’s did.”

      It isn’t the administration’s false flag finesse, it is the corporate pshychos (who buy and install the administrations) that call all tunes and hire the goons. The fact that some of us eventually saw how blatantly poor the 911 fiasco was is a measure of their utter contempt for us. The fact that it took those of us awake enough to see it so long to get the full picture proves they were right.

      Everything we hold as true will eventually be proved to be false, we have lived a lie, might as well have been in the Truman show.

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