Well the covert wars between the nutters in London and Washington and the nutters in Moscow apparently are proceeding apace: in  the wake of Ecuador's decision to grant asylum to Julian Assange and to tell the Anglo-American oligarchs where to stick it. This is what they said:

Shadowy Hacker Group Takes Down RT Web Servers

Now, since the Kremlin seems to be, oddly enough, the only media outlet reporting on Western news in any sort of fashion that conveys real information (and some interesting analysis), isn't it just odd that, of all media outlets, they are the ones to be hit with a cyber attack? Stay tuned in the coming two weeks, folks, because as we're going to learn, the Kremlin has served more notice....

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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. LSM on August 19, 2012 at 7:11 am

    since when do EXTRADITION treaties exist between countries for “ALLEGED” rape???!!!-

    can any lawyer/barrister out there with a “degree” (cough) in International Law please inform me either pro or con on this topic?- would be very appreciative-

    I somehow think I’ll be waiting for Godot on this concept-

    the whole Assange scenario is very dubious and most prabably “fraught with fraud”

  2. Hal Hichler on August 18, 2012 at 7:41 pm

    Maybe Assange went to the Ecuadorian embassy on orders from his babylon bankster handlers to set some plan in action which only Dr. JPF could probably figure out. I would doubt this simply because he has been there for two months already (I believe). I believe the banksters, at this point, are only reacting to situations as JPF has recently stated.

  3. bdw on August 18, 2012 at 6:51 pm

    I am no expert here, but I remember reading some stuff about Assange a long time ago (year?) that critiqued him as being a US asset. I don’t remember the specifics, but I remember being convinced that Assange was not to be trusted.

    The main argument was that his “expose” was really very mild, no more than embarrassing to the US gov’t., while ignoring all the really big issues. Again, I am not expert.

    Assange’s reliability is irrelevant to the Ecuador situation, of course.

    • LSM on August 19, 2012 at 6:49 am

      “I am no expert here”- neither am I-

      “I remember reading some stuff about Assange a long time ago (year?) that critiqued him as being a US asset. I don’t remember the specifics, but I remember being convinced that Assange was not to be trusted”- if my read sources are correct Assange was raised in a mind-controlled cult-

      don’t know if my sources are valid-

      but the thing that puzzles me the most is how an Aussie could’ve been privileged access to US secret CIA documents, subsequently release them, then end up in Sweden supposedly raping Swedish women, then ending up in Great Britain (Great Britain is hounding him- what for?- he didn’t expose MI5/MI6 documents- nor did he rape British women- since when does an extradition treaty exist in Great Britain for so-called “alleged” rape of Swedish women?)-

      do take heart: it gets even better-

      he then subsequently seeks asylum in the GB embassy of Ecuador-

      the whole scenario makes no sense to me whatsoever- to YOU or any other reader?-

      “Assange’s reliability is irrelevant to the Ecuador situation, of course”- you said it, baby- 🙂

      many regards and with respect-


      • Robert Barricklow on August 19, 2012 at 9:14 am

        I despise the “time-out” play.

        Back to bat:
        There are pawns that advance(vast majority don’t) and begin to take the shape. The shape may become symbolic a form to establish a “perecedence in law”. Or a tool to be used in “media perception management”. Or it can eventially advance to an international stage where the “circles w/in circles” weave a tapestry of “DEEP” operational significance.

        Deciphering this “puzzle-me-out”, is a hell of an art, Batman.

  4. Ridge on August 18, 2012 at 6:33 pm

    I don’t understand why Assange didn’t run to Russia, since they could offer him real protection and a better lifestyle. It makes me a suspicious of him and the people behind him.

    • Ridge on August 18, 2012 at 6:45 pm

      As for Anti-Leaks, they say they are Patriots? lol I don’t think so. Everyone knows the people that control the USA Govt, are not patriots of the USA. Their loyalty is elsewhere.

    • MQ on August 18, 2012 at 10:35 pm

      OK, if you want Webster Tarpley’s take, he says Assange is a CIA (or otherwise intelligence agency controlled) asset. Maybe that’s why. Maybe he’s a patsy, being double-crossed, or some handler has determined this is a good distraction. Maybe there is someone’s desire for this to start war.

      I can’t really get behind this guy, if only for the reason that he said he had damning evidence re Bank of America, and nothing really good came out of the leaks. Given what a steaming crap hole that bank is, I can’t believe some juicy incriminating evidence wasn’t found…

  5. Ramura on August 18, 2012 at 6:00 pm

    …waiting, with baited breath… 🙂 S ^i^

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