While everyone's been worrying about Iran's nuclear program, another quiet nuclear axis has been forming, and again, it's one of the world's four largest armaments exporters that is behind the proliferation. I've written here many times about the New York Times book, The Nuclear Axis, detailing a very covert cooperation between the then West Germany, South Africa, and Israel, for the acquisition of nuclear weapons. I have also pointed out here the hidden corporate hands in Germany connected to France's thermonuclear strategic submarine ballistic missile capability. Now there's this:

Israel Deploys Nuclear Weapons on German-Built Submarines

The connections, as Der Spiegel implies, go back to the early 1960s, precisely the same time frame that saw the beginning of the hidden Israeli, South Africa, and German cooperation as outlined in the New York Times book. There's an interesting cycle here: American aid money goes to Israel,and some of that goes in turn to the German armaments industry...

We can, of course, issue all sorts of reasons why the West has to be skeptical of Iranian or North Korean developments of nuclear programs. The reasons are well known, and do not need to be rehearsed here. But in a climate of an increasingly volatile world, with the West's own governments caught lying, and growing cynicism in their populations, a war on terror that is, by the nature of the case, never ending, and a western elite with its own delusions of geopolitical grandeur (think Zzbgnw Brzznsk here), perhaps we need to take the nuclear beam out of our own eye before talking about the nuclear slivers of Iran and North Korea. Don't get me wrong, the nutjobs in Tehran and Pyongyang would make any sane person worry, but there are nutjobs in Tel Aviv, Berlin and elsewhere too. And they are equally worrying....

See you on the flip side

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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. robert on June 9, 2012 at 1:54 pm

    russian missile test and spirals over Palestine/Israel


    “RSVN spokesman Colonel Vadim Koval said the missile, fired Thursday from the Kapustin Yar launch site in the southern Russian region of Astrakhan, had successfully hit its target in Kazakhstan.

    The basic Topol model has a single 550 kT yield nuclear warhead, but the latest versions can carry up to six MIRV warheads with an estimated range of 11,000 km. Hours later, the inhabitants of Palestine/Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, Turkey, Armenia and Cyprus observed an unknown phenomenon in the sky, interpreted by some as a UFO, and by others as an apocalyptic sign.”

  2. Paul De Gagne on June 9, 2012 at 10:31 am

    I always wondered about this? Who should we fear the most: A Country that may or may not have the “Bomb’ or a Country like the United States that has what _10,000 thousand of those sic – grown up firecrackers! And the first to use them on human beings to boot! I remember the image of the black sillirete on a remaining wall of someone ‘vaporized.”

    Maybe Good Old Sol with burp-up a Sun-flair and end all this missle envy or nonsense on Earth!

  3. Robert Barricklow on June 5, 2012 at 4:21 pm

    And of course, although concerned about the gorilla in the room.
    Godzilla-like new energy weapons can take out much more than even cities.
    Both the above animals can destroy life.
    The question remains, well that the question, …will there be any remains to start the next world war IV, einstein’s sticks & stones?

  4. marcos anthony toledo on June 5, 2012 at 3:59 pm

    I fear the US nuijobs more than North Korean or Persian after all who on record of using these devices and more threatening to use them we all know who they are us.

    • Paul De Gagne on June 11, 2012 at 12:55 pm

      Marcos, You are entirely correct!

      Does precidence mean anything?

      I know it does in Law.


      How I Learned To Live With The Bomb!

      (I hope I’m sleeping if it ever happens but then again I probably have more of a chance of my hair falling out due to Chemo-Therapy than Atomic Radiation.

      I am guessing but I know good old MacDonald’s Diets probably killed more people than Heroshima ever did?

      Now You have my pleasant thought for the day.

      Have a bright and gloomy day = THIS DAY = TODAY (MOON DAY)

      • Paul De Gagne on June 11, 2012 at 1:18 pm

        Come to think about it:

        “My Hair Is Falling Out Little By Little Anyway due to Age!

        So my advice to you youngsters — buy shares in Rogan, ha, ha!

      • Jedi on June 11, 2012 at 1:45 pm

        How I learned to live with the bomb

        kind of reminds me of Dr Strangelove riding the bomb with his cowboy hat on…..remember (cow)boys….no fighting in the war room.

        replay rick rolled…over and over.
        and too think China has a 100 million man army…..good luck hiding

  5. paraschtick on June 5, 2012 at 3:02 pm

    I read this on the BBC this morning, and it sent shivers down my spine. One only needs to think about Seymour Hersch’s “Samson Option” and this news item to either think about bombing Israel right this second or start making plans to leave the planet. I have more fear of the (truly) mad people in Israel than the so-called fundamentalist (and probably funded by the US/Israel) Islamists. I still think they pose more of a danger to our planet than anyone else. They are psychopathic, ruthless and have no scruples whatsoever. Remember the so called Neo-cons (who were just basically zionists) in sheeps clothing. They used to be called “the crazies” in Washington, and this was before 9/11.

    I’ve said this before about something else, but this news really has made the world a truly more dangerous place today.

    Good night and good luck (we’ll need it).

    Harvey P,

    ps and who have the so called fundamentalist Islamists/Muslims/whatever attacked over the last say 20 years … ummm …. ??? Who have Israel attacked??? Hmmm … and they may now be able to attack ANYONE at will. God heaven help us.

  6. Awake on June 5, 2012 at 10:08 am

    Think about it. What possible need could Isreal have for nuclear armed subs? Their involvment and knowledge of 911 with their agents caught dancing on building seven in NY video tapeing the disaster before it begun and then later being arrested with a van full of explosives at a bridge makes this a very worring situation. Not to mention building seven being blown up, announced by an insider before they actually blew it up while I was watching that disaster unfold that morning. I fear a nuklear false flag attack from Isreal is much more probable in the coming years than a nuke attack from Muslim extremists. Now it is clear they have the capability to do just that with an undetectable sub sneak attack. Of course if they do such a thing it will be with Builderburg’s approval and their media members will spin it as an attack from Iran, North Korea, Pakistan, or domestic terrorists. And of course it will justify the total loss of privacy and liberties they are already assaulting.

    • Jay on June 6, 2012 at 10:26 am

      Can you link actual arrest records for the van drivers? And what would a van full of explosives have to do with the powderization of 2 giant buildings? And then two very large buildings at the feet of the giant towers?

      Can you link video of dancing in or on building 7 (which by the way collapsed late in the afternoon of that day)?

      These kinds of accusations seem exactly like a planned fake conspiracy to distract from a serious reality–akin to a coke can in lunar landing footage.

  7. wdon on June 5, 2012 at 7:24 am

    You say, “but there are nutjobs in Tel Aviv, Berlin and elsewhere too. And they are equally worrying….”

    I find them MORE worrying because they are not considered nutjobs here. In fact dual citizen Israelis can legally have jobs at the highest levels of the US government. Think Michael Chertoff and Rahm Emanuel.

    • Robert Barricklow on June 5, 2012 at 8:37 am

      I wonder where their allegiance lies?
      Lies being their modus operandi,
      next to deception, of corse.

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