I am grateful to Mr. V.T. for bringing this important post of Gerald Celente to my attention, and it speaks volumes for itself, not only in terms of the prospects that he mentions, but also in terms of its political and geopolitical implications:

How Iran Can Have Nuclear Power and the World Can Have Peace

It is true that thorium is being pursued by China, Japan, Brazil and India as a reliable reactor fuel alternative to uranium. Celente's proposal is reasonable...and that's the problem, for by pointing out the thorium alternative, Celente is in fact pointing out the danger that everyone is worried about: uranium enrichment is a quick and easy path to a bomb (after all, one does not need plutonium for a bomb).

And this brings us to a second point, one I pointed out as early as my book on the Nazi atom bomb project, Reich of the Black Sun, and that is, namely, that if one wants "more bang for the buck," a plutonium bomb is the way to go. But plutonium can only be synthesized in a reactor, and from uranium. As Celente puts it: "The problem isn’t that Iran seeks nuclear power. The problem is that, like the rest of the world, Iran has made a poor choice of nuclear fuel." But this statement only serves to expose the hypocrisy of other not-so-non-nuclear nations like Japan or Germany (or for that matter, even Canada), for the selection of uranium as a reactor fuel is a strategic decision, one that allows nations pursuing that alternative, should they choose to do so, to become a state possessing nuclear weapons relatively quickly. And I have already pointed out in blogs earlier these last two weeks, that in reality, many of these "non-nuclear" nations are in fact nuclear weapons powers, since they build warheads and delivery systems for other nations. Consider only Germany in this respect.

So we may only assume the same logic is operative in Iran's case, and one can only assume that the mullahs are not going to change their minds.

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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. Meritt Conley on March 5, 2012 at 9:22 am

    Well, I suppose this fits under “cosmic War” because I was just looking over Peratt’s plasma discharge diagrams and had a thought. The toroidal section reminds me of a manifestation of a cyclic redundancy in the information field. It’s as if the reality around such a discharge is scrambling to find something to fill it with and the information field is repeating over and over “something should be here. . .something should be here. . .” The actual discharge might be split in the something-nothing-anything or positive-negative-neutral or proton-neutron-electron trinity that matter seems to convalesce toward. Wouldn’t that be a great cog of the universe to hook our stuff up to if it IS in fact gating pure possibility?

  2. marcos anthony toledo on March 2, 2012 at 8:15 pm

    Iran has fallen into the trap that nuclear weapons will give them great power. But are they prepared to deal with the nuclear waste problems.

  3. Awake on March 2, 2012 at 8:14 pm

    Until they switch to the Thorium alternative, but perferably non-nuclear alternative, I won’t feel sorry for them. These nuclear nations may lead to mass extinction from sterility yet. A comet, large meteor, global upheaval from the pole shift may take out all these reacter’s cooling systems then look at the mess we will be in. It is imperative that we each become energy independant with hho and new nano-carbon batter technologies and ects. which we all can build for ourselves. Time to save the world and enviroment by takeing responsibilty for our own clean, free energy and organic food production. With modern technology and organic mixed crop techniques and hydroponic know how all we need to be completely self sufficient is perhaps an acre or two of land and a cistern or well. Let the cows and sheep (or alpacas as a more enviromental freindly replacement for sheep) go wild and manage them as a public herd and allow hunters a qouta of meat each year like we already do for wild game. Self sufficiency and responsibility is the secret to world peace and bringing back paradise; not dominateing eachother to death and endless conflict. Bring out the suppressed cancer cures and longevity technology and we should educate our young not to have more than two or three kids as to stay in ballance with the world and our local enviroment. The solutions are simple but overcomeing the tight grip of the dangerous, adversely mutated control freaks, and genetically sadistic beurocrates, technocrates, financial elites, and royals will be a must. Preferably they will give up their power by useing their wealth and know how to help us all acheive this dream. If only they would be heroes instead of villains. Share and live more responsibly with the world’s resources with us instead of stealing everything for themselves and being resource gluttons.

    • Awake on March 2, 2012 at 8:17 pm

      line 3 word 13 should be batteries instead of batter

  4. Robert Barricklow on March 2, 2012 at 2:13 pm

    Keeping up with the Joneses.

  5. Jedi on March 2, 2012 at 7:44 am

    the elusive dilithium crystals..

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