Joseph talks about the Russian meteor explosion, Russia's Nutcase Politician In Residence Vladimir Zhirinovsky, and more news about the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI, referencing these articles:

US tested new weapon, no meteor in Chelyabinsk – Russian LibDem leader

Meteorite fragments rain down on Russia: 1100 injuries reported; force of an atomic bomb

A Trail of Breadcrumbs: The Resignation of Pope Benedict and the Great Financial Collapse


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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. henry on February 17, 2013 at 8:22 pm

    What’s up with Guam lately?

    Russian bombers circling around its airspace

    and Japanese tourists getting killed over there

    Not to mention, first it was the lightning strikes right after the sudden announcement of Pope’s resignation

    right after that, another “sign from Heaven”

    then some “religious” guy from America saying on the recent C2C AM show that the Russian meteorite is the harbinger of the coming of even bigger disasters which will wipe out billions of people.

    Now, didn’t Dr Joseph say “get out of your bible”, but also “the technologies emulating the god-like power”?

  2. Robert Barricklow on February 17, 2013 at 1:13 pm

    “If you want to be Pope, you better be prepared to fight the Empire”.
    So says Webster Tarpley in his analyses of the Pope’s resignation.
    Go 48:12 clicks in.
    Feb 16, 2003

  3. bdw000 on February 16, 2013 at 9:02 pm

    I am certainly no expert on meteorites, and what they “should” sound like.

    But it seemed a bit odd that the ‘bang” just went on, and on. and on . . . for at least 90 seconds.

    Anyone here know if this is normal? Is it even on record how long the bangs last for typical meteorites?

    • HAL838 on February 17, 2013 at 3:25 pm

      Perhaps you should ask a passing dinosaur,
      since you would be just as hard
      pressed to get an answer from human ears
      even if you could go back to 1908 as the Tunguska
      Event was not a comet OR meteor OR meteorite.
      It was free energy [or war weapon–take your pick]
      being killed & sabotaged by
      up & coming BIG OIL.

      Reminds me of 9/11…
      what explosions? I didn’t hear any explosions…
      but YOU DID hear them and you heard correctly.

      However it was broken up, it did so to several
      pieces, some in turn further exploding either from
      the first blast or the gas expansion within it.

      I told Putin that he should stop saving the world
      since it is dead already and especially the USSA
      since we are and have become, too stupid to have
      any redeemable qualities !

  4. bdw000 on February 16, 2013 at 8:41 pm

    If anyone is ever interested in a very powerful 30 minute lecture on the absolute meaninglessness of “prophecy” (from a Christian perspective), check out a lecture series by Bart Ehrman from “The Teaching Company.” The lectures are titled “Historycial Jesus.” And it is the final, 24th lecture that is just amazing. He traces the highlights of “end of the world” predictions in Christianity, starting with the 1980’s (forgot that author), touches on The Late Great Planet Earth by Hal Lindsay, hits the Millerites in the 1840’s, and keeps going back, and back, finally ending with Paul, and then, even Jesus. Of course, what he does is show (explicitly) that EVERYONE who has ever predicted the “end of the world” has been proven wrong, EVEN JESUS AND PAUL.

    All I can say is that the way Ehrman condenses it down into a 30-minute lecture is brilliant, and is a fascinating and very entertaining look at the total nonsense of Christian “prophecy.”

    The lectures can be purchased here (at the moment, on sale, downloading mp3’s will cost you $35: worth every penny):

  5. Frankie Calcutta on February 16, 2013 at 4:24 pm

    The Russians must have discovered where the US’s asteroid snatching tractor beam came from:

    “Two Russian Tu-95 strategic bombers were intercepted near the key US Pacific military base in Guam…
    Tu-95s are armed with various types of X-55 cruise missiles with enough range (2,500 kilometers) to fire their 200-kiloton thermonuclear warheads from a safe distance beyond the reach of theGuam base’s radar.”

  6. Edu on February 16, 2013 at 3:19 pm

    Hahahaha weird computer problems… welcome to my world…

    You should consider having a power wand.

    Time to fight back… …that is, if you believe in such things

    Good luck

  7. Ethan on February 16, 2013 at 1:29 pm

    From the “you couldn’t make this up if you were trying to write a novel” department:

    German Lawyer To Head Vatican Bank

    “A German pope may be vacating the Vatican but a German lawyer is about to head its bank, an institution some say is as important if not more, and whose shady dealing some say may have been the reason for the pope premature departure. Per Reuters, “The Vatican appointed German lawyer Ernst von Freyberg to be the new president of its bank on Friday, filling a post left vacant since May when the previous head was ousted from the scandal-tainted institution. The appointment was made by a commission of cardinals and approved by Pope Benedict and is likely to be one of his last major decisions before he resigns at the end of the month. The Vatican has been trying to shed a reputation for a lack of financial transparency at the bank, officially known as the Institute for Works of Religion (IOR), but has been dogged by scandals for decades.” And no, apparently he does not work for Goldman.”

  8. marcos toledo on February 16, 2013 at 11:32 am

    Thanks Gail for the video just stream it very frightening imformation and sad as well the greed heads really what to screw us.

  9. Konsti on February 16, 2013 at 9:03 am

    Speaking about meteorite. Zhirinovsky was brought up in politics in late 80s as a political clown. And managed an still managing with that role very well. He was used by big powers in USSR, 90s’ Russia and now to announce some information, that top officials can’t openly say. But despite playing the clown’s role, Zhirinovsky is well-educated intelligent person(and patriot). And the most serious facts, that difficult believe to only clowns with guts can disclose.
    And Russia’s top leaders of course can’t speak freely about “meteorite”, cause they do understand that nor americans, nor US’ political elite decide “to meteorite” Russia.
    On the 15th Feb the Russian media and Internet was totally occupied by this event near Chelyabinsk. Coincidently on the same day in Kremlin Putin was meeting G20’s heads of central banks(Bernanke, Lagarde) and financial ministers. And this event in Russian media was ignored. So the goal not to bring attention to meeting was reached. Another goal was to put pressure on Russian top officials, especially considering the hysterical covering “the meteorite explosion” by Russian media all day long(so to speak Russian media is controlled by american media corporations).
    I guess the resign of the pope is also connected with future modification of the international financial system and the struggle between different clans for the way how exactly it will be modified.

    PS. I apologize for my English, it’s not my native language.

    • McPontiff on February 16, 2013 at 5:32 pm

      Don’t worry, you were mostly understood! (The second paragraph, though, I didn’t quite get).
      It is interesting that the media attention of the ‘meteorite’ deflected the attention from this meeting.
      Now, may I ask– if the government’s ‘clown’, a jester-puppet if you will, was tasked with suspecting that
      it was an American weapon and not a natural event, how would Putin have known it was coming in order
      to deflect attention from his meeting? Or was it just a ‘happy accident’ for him?

      • Konsti on February 17, 2013 at 2:00 am

        “Second paragraph”:
        Today’s economic in the world runs by FRS, IMF, Bank for International Settlements(I mean officially). The reserve currencies are dollar, pound, euro, yen, swiss franc. The transformation of this system is inevitable. Some forces want to create a global center bank(Ratzinger and Stross-Kahn was announcing that) and control it, some want to create many “monetary areas” and to control exchange operations between these areas. So the pope resignation is a result of struggle.

        Zhirinovsky said he is not suspecting, but actually knows, that “americans many times did things like this to Russia, cause they can’t confront openly”.

        About Putin. He was interested in publicity of this meeting. He is interested in open dialogue on economic problems. The meteorite attack was without a doubt a pressure on him personally. It might sound strange to people from Europe and US but Putin does care about Russians and the event in Chelyabinsk was a worrying one for him. So he might have bad negotiations with G20’s economic elite.
        Forces that decided to meteorite Russia knew that on mentioned meeting might happen or did happen something doesn’t settle them.
        And Zhirinovsky’s voice was a message to these forces from Putin, that he is aware and ready to struggle anyway.

        • Robert Barricklow on February 17, 2013 at 10:29 am

          I like this analyses.

          • McPontiff on February 17, 2013 at 11:01 pm

            Yes Konsti, thanks for your clarifications. I also appreciate this perspective from Moscow’s point
            of view, it’s very interesting.
            In this theory, is there any significance to the region that was hit being used historically for nuclear weapons facilities (as I saw being claimed somewhere recently)?

      • Konsti on February 18, 2013 at 4:28 am

        Sorry, I do not know much about nuclear weapons facilities in Russia. But if meteorite had produced stronger shock wave, there would have been a disaster. People from Chelyabinsk say that some heavy chemicals(poison acids) are produced somewhere near town.

  10. HAL838 on February 16, 2013 at 1:45 am

    No Joseph, I’m NOT here to say THAT…
    not yet anyway, but it’s a lovely beginning…
    oh well

    I am surprised, however, that for someone so smart
    that he is often taken for a degreed physicist, you
    appear to have forgetten so much very-important
    and 101 … physics ! [what? what’s this? ]

    Then again, you WERE educated at OXFORD!
    [and a decade before our favorite “Willy”]

    Several months before my last post, however,
    your own [posts] had started me to wondering.

    Anyway, good luck with whatever problem you are facing
    …that I missed. I’ll check back [I’ll try at the very least]

    • Don B on February 16, 2013 at 1:44 pm

      Hal, Welcome back!


    • Robert Barricklow on February 17, 2013 at 10:30 am


      • HAL838 on February 17, 2013 at 3:33 pm

        Hi guys.
        I really missed some of you !
        I’ll stop by whenever I can,
        but THEY are not making it any easier.
        Quite the opposite and I haven’t
        been able to build up an equalizing army,
        no where near, just one…..

        • Robert Barricklow on February 17, 2013 at 6:28 pm

          Where’s Tonto Kemosabe?

          • HAL838 on February 17, 2013 at 9:37 pm

            Being held hostage !!!

  11. Margaret on February 15, 2013 at 10:03 pm

    Hi Dr. Farrell, thanks for posting News&Views inspite of everything! Wishing you safe travels and much satisfaction in pursuit of your new situation … take care and stay well. Thanks also for the new dialogues … Birkenstocks? … reeeally? 😉

  12. Gail on February 15, 2013 at 10:03 pm

    I totally agree with the Russian. This was a test for a Space based weapon. You cannot tell me that the Russians did not see an asteroid coming? Come on! And I am reminded of Carol Sue Rosen and her warnings.

  13. Robert Barricklow on February 15, 2013 at 7:32 pm

    This IMF, SDR world-reserve currency “wet dream”, has been around for a very lonnng time. They throw it like spaghetti againt the wall, in hopes, that it will eventually stick.

    First the nazis[implied], then the communist, then the terrorist, the the astriods, the the aliens; is yet another throw of the spaghetti dice, that have, for the record, “stuck” three for three so far…

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