As most of you know, I am a subscriber to The Daily Bell our of Great Britain. I find its analysis timely, provocative, and more often than not, accurate. With that in mind, I want to draw your attention to this recent analysis of the Middle East:

Truth About Middle East is Spreading

The crux of Wile's analysis, at the risk of your having to read part of the article again, is here:

"Finally, there is a theory that has been advanced that we have offered in the past, which has to do with the establishment of a kind of Islamic "crescent arc" in the Middle East and Upper Africa. We've written about this numerous times and you can see our articles if you do an Internet search on the terms "Islam crescent arc" and "Daily Bell."

"This argument has to do with the idea that the Anglosphere seeks a wider war on terror in the Middle East and is actively aiding Islamic regimes in order to create this war. While this may sound far-fetched to some, the various regimes that have been destabilized by so-called youth movements (controlled it seems out of Foggy Bottom and Britain) are all secular. And the replacement regimes are all Islamic.

"There is a great deal of turmoil and war now taking place in the Middle East and Africa. It is perfectly possible that one single explanation cannot fully encompass the strategic plans of the power elite that is evidently and obviously behind a lot of troubles there.

"What does seem clear – to me anyway – is that the problems in that troubled part of the world are growing more severe rather than less. For whatever reason, or reasons, the power elite seems to want to ratchet up tensions and that determination seems stronger as time goes by."

As Dr. de Hart and I point out in our recent little book Yahweh The Two-Faced God, however, the Three Great Yahwisms constitute a major obstacle on the road to a global new world order, since the truth claims of each are mutually exclusive of the others, and each is represented in the Middle East. But in addition to constituting obstacles, that also constitute the matrix of dialectical crisis management. As we observe in that book at some length, all prophecy is self-fulfilling, and thus the expectations of those three Yahwisms also represent opportunities for the powers that be to engineer a situation that will deal with all three of them - and Russia and China - all at once. In short, prophecy, in addition to geopolitics, may constitute part of the geopolitical playbook and planning. In short, by the nature of the case, we must assume that the Three Great Yahwisms and their influence on people's perceptions of events will be factored in by the Western elite as a variable in the calculus of their strategic planning, just as I mentioned yesterday how the role of Orthodoxy informs the culture of Russian nationalistic resurgence.

So I have to concur with Wile's analysis as far as it goes, but respectfully submit that there may be a much deeper agenda in play, and one very old in the making indeed, one that is indeed geopolitical, in the guise of religion.


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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 January 20, 2012 at 3:34 pm

    The real god they worship is a god of war. Yahweh in the Bible boast he is a god of war. Murder is their chief sacrament and slavery their second. By the way the cressent was the symbol originally of the city of Byzantium it only became the symbol of Islam with the capture of Nova Roma in 1453. And the city was never called by it’s inhabitants Constantinople.

  2. SDRII on January 17, 2012 at 11:48 am

    The comments coming out of the Vatican are worthy of attention on this front namely the Vatican paper calling out US based ratings agencies for the well timed downgrade. Presumably the Vatican bank through its dealing s at their “bank” have some expertise in this realm. Then there was the 60 Minutes on the archives? Nigeria is yet another interesting flash point which once again pits the catholic south (oil) vs. the Islamic north (Sudan replay). The geopolitics is unquestionably there.

  3. pamela on January 16, 2012 at 3:11 pm


    It looks like the script has been written and forces are making haste to get everything into place on the stage.

    They used the energy and idealism of the youth to get things going, then
    the big brothers took it over and pushed the younger ones to the side.
    I would say that everything is going pretty much as planned.

    It seems to benefit certain powers to keep everyone at odds with the other.

    It will be interesting to see how the “1 year anniversary” celebrations turn out…

    I listened to the January 8th Byte Show — another very good interview.

    I am in a place where I don’t have access to your books, so I depend
    on these radio interviews in order to understand your research. Thanks
    for doing them — at least I get the chance to get some of it!

  4. Robert Barricklow on January 16, 2012 at 2:03 pm

    I concur.
    There is something, call it ‘ancient’ in being.
    There is a timeless aspect to it, and whether it is possible to ‘change’ its corse(prophecy),
    …is as deep as fate herself.
    So does one go with the ‘flow’, or swim against the current?
    Can one be doing both at once?

    So it is ‘written’, so it shall be done.
    “There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio,
    Than are dreamt of in your philosophy.”

    And yes, Something is Rotten
    in The State of The Middle East.

  5. marshalgeese on January 16, 2012 at 11:22 am

    Why is the Ayn Rand Institue aligning itself more and more with the NWO and the war on Iran? Was Leonard Piekoff a shill all along.

  6. Father Krespi on January 16, 2012 at 8:04 am

    As the power elite pretenders try to stir up a hornet’s nest in the middle east and McDonaldize the world, the real Power Elite continues their yogaization of the planet quietly and unimpeded.

    More people in Scandinavia practice yoga then go to Church.

    Skanda, the War God and Son of Lord Shiva, has returned!

    • Ramura on January 16, 2012 at 8:26 pm

      I almost am afraid to ask, “And what’s the problem with THAT? (that more people practice yoga than go to church…)…???

      • Father Krespi on January 17, 2012 at 1:11 pm

        No problem at all! A yoga planet is the True World Order. The future ideal is a Church that embraces yoga science, recognizes that there are many paths to God, and teaches Karma and Reincarnation. Essentially, the Hinduization of the Church. No sense discarding Christianity on the scrap heap. It is the best demon fighting institution on the planet and specifically identifies mankind’s enemy in no uncertain terms– the Pharisees. The Roman Catholic Church is practically a Hindu religion already with its worship of the Divine Mother in the form of Mary. Not to mention, why let all those beautiful, life energy (prana) harnessing Cathedrals go to waste? They are exceptional settings for meditation, yoga, Divine worship, and prayer..

        In a few generations the Church can even begin teaching that Jesus was the incarnation of Ganesh, the elephant headed God, the remover of obstacles and Son of Lord Shiva.

  7. HAL838 on January 16, 2012 at 6:57 am

    “……..in the guise of religion.”

    Could we say DISguised as, or by religion?

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