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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 April 9, 2013 at 8:41 pm

    just some new developments regarding “North Korea”

    and it seems mechanized main battle forces from “Shenyang Military Region” are conducting militray drills in China’s north-east region close to North Korea.

    Some Chinese news outlets are reporting this army movement, but it should be noted they emphasized such reports of Chinese military maneuver are coming from American media sources.

    I think these developments basically validated Dr. Joseph’s assessment, that both the Chinese and American understand the potential danger of another “forgotten war”, but also China will not allow any further “American military encroachment” on the peninsula.

    “Until this battle is finally over and the cabal is dealt with, the world faces real risks of another major terror attack. Asked for his reaction to the ongoing takedown of the cabal, a senior member of the fascist P2 freemason lodge said “take a look at the radiation in Fukushima and the flu in China.” He then continued, “millions will die in America on the West Coast.””

    and the latest insider information spills it again, that is the current “Korean drama” is more than just “America VS China”, because someone out there is eyeing on both of them, and they would not hesitate to “skull and bones” both.

    That’s why i agree with Dr.Joseph again, there will not be a war on the Korean peninsula, but not solely because of American overwhelming military power over North Korea, but because they understand they have to “cooperate” with the Chinese to overcome the “North Korea menace”.

    And i believe there are already evidences pointing to such “secret” Sino-American cooperations to tackle a “threat” far greater than “North Korea”.

    • henry on April 12, 2013 at 1:59 am

      Now, news are North Korea is conducting airborne drills close to the Chinese border.

      Spokesperson for Chinese Ministry of National Defense just refuted various foreign media reports(mainly from America and Japan) of Chinese military mobilization close to North Korean borders as “untruthful” and stressed that “China has always worked hard to maintain a peaceful environment for North-East Asia”.

      The same Japanese medias such as Sankei Shimbun are also reporting that U.S. secretary of state John Kerry is going to discuss “North Korea” with the Chinese during his visit to China.

      John Kerry has apparently noticed how “pissed” the Chinese are at the recklessness of Kim Jong-un as he’s going to China to “pressure the Chinese on their notorious human rights records” according to “pro-democracy”, Falun Gong, “Free Tibet” news outlets.etc, as long as they are funded by NED, “human rights” will always be their “focus”.

      But i guess the intelligence community have a better understanding of the picture.

  2. henry on April 8, 2013 at 6:36 pm

    I guess the H7N9 virus that’s hitting China has something to do with migratory birds from Korean peninsula is just a coincidence when North Korea is rattling its sabre, not to mention right after the skull and bones buddy U.S. secretary of state John Kerry showed up in the peninsula.

    Let’s not forget “Economic Impact” which did occur with the SARS outbreak in 2003. Another coincidence for sure, just as the BRICS are planning for their new development bank which possibly will be located somewhere in Asia, you have the virus outbreak in the mainland.

    At least in a subtle way, it hinted where the new BRICS development bank is likely to be located.

  3. Robert Barricklow on April 6, 2013 at 9:28 am

    Another perceptive take on “Cyprus” and what it portends.

  4. kamutef on April 5, 2013 at 8:03 am

    Another side to this story is Iran. After his re-election Netanyahu’s next order of business was Iran, with America in tow, as usual. The situation in the Korean peninsula has put all this on hold, which from China’s point of view means that the Iranian oil reserves live to fight another day, so to speak. The resolution of the Syrian situation will also be delayed which only works in favor of the jihadists and Assad, which means more pressure for the US and allies.
    China’s strategy seems to be to distract, delay and divert, and it seems to be working.

  5. Enlil's a Dog on April 5, 2013 at 7:22 am

    On the back of this weeks “news and views” it should be noted that Australian Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, is presently in China – I’ll bet you can’t guess what is high on the talks agenda with Xi Jinping and Li Keqiang 🙂

  6. DAVID GOLDMAN on April 4, 2013 at 11:08 pm

    It’s one thing to trade with another country using each others currencies. It’s quite another to be speaking of the use of anything but the $US as the world’s reserve currency. It takes a massive bond market and the underlying transactional infrastructure to be a reserve currency. See the following for an extended discussion of this issue:

    Understanding the “Exorbitant Privilege” of the U.S. Dollar (November 19, 2012)

    Charles Hugh Smith

  7. Antoine on April 4, 2013 at 10:19 pm

    fighting fire with fire makes for one hell of a fight but it stills burns down everything. So the street’s corner is getting two pimps instead of one. Meager benefits for the locals. ..

  8. DEBRA on April 4, 2013 at 3:55 pm

    This all correlates with Jim Willie’s recent blog posted last week (linked here at the end). He did a radio broadcast on April 01 with Turd Ferguson to summarize it. You can listen to that interview through a free MP3 podcast that you can grab here:

    The gist of his blog is that the BRICS nations are widening out, and that this new BRICS Development Fund is a really, really, really, big deal. Of course it is designed to supplant the IMF (so you and I know that the Vatican is behind it too!) China has cleverly used its mountain of US Treasury Bonds against the Anglo-American money powers. She is using this to buy into Russia’s Gazprom oil & gas line — this is the beating heart of the new Fund and the centerpiece of the Cyprus collapse. He believes it is just a matter of time before the Saudis join forces with this new BRICS trade zone, and then it’s all over for the West.

    So Russia and China are dumping their UST’s back into London … which of course are increasingly worthless due to Bernanke’s QE To Infinity … the US and UK have now been checkmated.

    His blog page is here:

    • Joseph P. Farrell on April 4, 2013 at 5:54 pm

      A great perspective Debra, thank you for taking the time to post it and comment.

    • Robert Barricklow on April 4, 2013 at 8:16 pm

      I second Dr. Farrell, and thank you for posting this.
      I have forwarded the radio podcast & article on to family & friends.

    • LSM on April 6, 2013 at 7:50 am

      Hi Gail,

      you’ve posted many interesting perspectives but if it’s true, as Jim Willie has proposed, that Saudi Arabia MAY be the next nation to join the BRICS mov’t, why would the House of Saud bite the hands that primarily feed it (Anglo-American society) and switch sides?- obviously the Saudis have mega trade agreements with Russia, China, etc., as well, but the Saudi royals have never been known for their altruism nor their respect for human life (their population lives in squalor- and are the reports true that 100+ or so people are publically beheaded every year?- I don’t know) but I find it hard to believe that these rich cats would be willing to sacrifice their biggest meal ticket unless there’s another mega-cafeteria waiting in the wings: BRICS-

      which is why I tend to remain a bit skeptical about the supposed altruism of the BRICS mov’t- I just think it’s just another shift in who rules the roost-

      am not trying to be pessamistic- simply realistic-

      do you (or anyone else) have any thoughts on this concept?-

      Larry in Germany

      • LSM on April 6, 2013 at 8:01 am

        MEGA-CORECCTION!!!- sorry, you’re DEBRA, not Gail (guess I’m still thinking about Gail’s last commentary- please forgive me-

        Larry 🙁

      • Frankie Calcutta on April 6, 2013 at 5:53 pm


        I agree. The House of Saud wouldn’t dare move against the anglosphere. They’d be toppled in hours and then immediately fingered by Congress for 9/11 and all their wealth across the planet seized under the terrorism laws. Then again, it might make for an easy heist by those same banksters in need of loot. Just whisper in the ear of the House of Saud to leave the bankster reservation and then smack them down when they do. It would set a nice example for the other Arab monarchs and the banksters could probably increase the amount of tribute demanded from them. I don’t think the US would have any qualms about seizing the Saudi oil fields, if necessity dictated it and I’m sure there is probably a secret neo-con white paper with the scenarios for doing so. I think Saudi Arabia falls under the Monroe Doctrine at this point, and they have made few friends who would bemoan their fate or feel compelled to come to their aid.

        I say: invade them now on the grounds of liberating their women. A true humanitarian mission. Women are the flower of our species. Covering them up in black garb is a crime against nature. Not to mention it is probably not even healthy to be denied direct sunlight on your skin. If this barbarism isn’t evidence of unwitting Saturn worship, I don’t know what is. What age old manipulated fools they are. And the people that engineered their religion didn’t even hide their fingerprints. Christianity worked so well subverting the Roman Empire, why not create another expansionist religion to undermine the Persian Empire? And while we are at it, why not stick a giant black cube representing Saturn in the center of Mecca and have them bow to it five times a day. Lets just see how that plays out over the years.

        The problem with guys like Jim Willie, and I enjoy listening to him from time to time, as that they are rarely ever right in their specific financial prognostications. Last year he was clamoring that Morgan Stanley was going under and the end was nigh for Wall Street and that never happened. At the end of the day, everybody is going to the same internet well for their “unique” information which is very convenient for the Breakaway Civilization and the Finance Vipers. If you want to be a good financial prognosticator, you should be versed in “Covert Wars and Breakaway Civilizations” and also think like a Chinaman. I don’t claim to be a good financial prognosticator but I fully expect not much will change in the coming years except that people will get stupider and more poisons will be introduced into their body. The standard of living for most Americans will continue to fall but with very little fan fare. The Dow Jones will be zooming towards 20,000, and America will recover from the mini civil war but with much stricter gun laws. Detroit and other bankrupt cities will be re-built after the fires and insurrections. Many will find employment because of this much needed financial injection but everyone else will have already moved on to the latest reality show. Somewhere in the world another nation will be severely punished for snubbing their nose at the anglosphere and full spectrum dominance will be demonstrated to uppity rivals.

        • LSM on April 7, 2013 at 2:34 am

          many thanks for your in-put, Frankie- greatly appreciated-


      • henry on April 8, 2013 at 10:19 am

        “which is why I tend to remain a bit skeptical about the supposed altruism of the BRICS mov’t- I just think it’s just another shift in who rules the roost-”

        I don’t blame you, there are too many fearporns in the West.

        The BRICS leaders in Durban claim they will help Africa because “an international relationship without Africa is not balanced”.
        The Chinese new leader visited Tanzania before going to South Africa where his wife also paid a visit to Zulu culture village.

        The Durban meetings between BRICS leaders and African leaders means the Chinese presence in Africa now have the BRICS umbrella to back it up so the Western accusation of “Chinese colonialism” in Africa will lost its credibility over time.

        On the other hand, a visit to Tanzania and to Zulu village is a Chinese way of refuting those Western accusation of “Chinese colonialism” in Africa. One of the reason the Chinese leader was welcomed in Tanzania is because China helped to built the Tazara railway which facilitated certain African countries to counter “Western colonialism”, that’s why when PRC gained its UN seat African representatives from certain countries were celebrating for it.
        Rather than “simply exploiting Africa for its rich resources” as often portrayed by the West, China actually has a “traditional relationship” with Africa.
        As a continuation of that relationship, they helped to build the new African Union Headquarters in Addis Ababa

        I think the new Chinese leader described the situation well when he gave speech at Russia’s State Institute of International Relations just before flew to Durban.
        “For some, their body is in the 21st century, but the mindset is still in the 19th and 20th century colonial and cold war eras.”

        I think FC gave a great suggestion there, “think like a Chinaman”.

        As per his suggestion, i think Martin Jacques definitely qualifies for someone who “think like a Chinaman”.

  9. LSM on April 4, 2013 at 3:15 pm

    I think the question we need to ask ourselves is: who is financially backing and really controlling North Korea?- the Chinese?- the Anglo-American society?- Germans?- a breakaway society?- we just don’t know yet-

    but I hardly think Kim Jong is his own person- is he just a renegade loose canon?- I have my doubts- we all know already that “nukes” are a dinosaur technology compared to all the other ‘stuff’ out there- so why all this fear porn?-

    could it be that all of this is political theater?- I haven’t ruled that out nor have I ruled out that the N. Korea reports just may be a media distraction for covering more increased Middle East shenanigans-

    back to N. Korea: according to MSM reports the US has just sent 2 naval destroyers to monitor the area- wow, how threatening; 2 puny destroyers to deter a nuclear power!- absolute genious!- I rest my case-

    Larry in Germany

  10. henry on April 4, 2013 at 3:03 pm

    @paul de gagne
    “I just started reading the large tome called “Forbidden Archeology’s — IMPACT’ by Michael A. Cremo”
    “I’m sorry to say I am not one of your audience who cares much about BRICS”

    speaking of “Forbidden Archeology” and BRICS
    (left:Anasazi Right: Banpo)

    This may sounds “odd” to you, but if you really have the appetite for “forbidden archaeology”, you will find equal appetite for “the emergence of the BRISCS”.

    i know i do.

    • paul de gagne on April 5, 2013 at 2:47 am

      Thank you Henry,

      For taking the time to post those images.

      The Whirling logs – Navajo Carpet gives me some ideas for further home decoration. I got one more spot that needs filling on my white walls in my living room? I first thought some Macrome’ would do the trick. But an inexpensive reproduction or copy of this rug above my ‘couch potato sofa — (not really, I don’t have a studious ARM chair where I read and fortify myself against all this ‘wishing’ disguised as social/economic fact — but the couch does just fine for my too-soft can, ha, ha!)?

      Yeah — comparing “Apples’ to “Oranges?” Forbidden Archaeology AND BRICS — I guess one can make a case if their lawyereze is good enough? Where does that get us? (It’s a STRETCH but I will go along with it.)

      I read Debra’s post and Farrell’s following flowing compliment.

      I have an idea where this is all going? I am not going to try and convince or appeal. With “Ideology” that never works. Reducing complex matters to simpler explanations is something we all must do to counter the Complexity of Life. I just try and make sure this ‘reduction’ does not go below it’s simple Elemental Nature. (how’s that for some educated sounding horse-shit.)

      I remember something in some documentary I watched on archaeology about the rise of the first neo-lithic villages. The Anthropologist’s noted in these ‘digs’ — There is always one “house, hut, hovel” bigger than all the rest. (I think it was around Lebanin or some place like that?) I remember George Bataille writing “Archetecture” is the EGO representing itself and lasting in the World” but that’s neither here nor there.)

      How can I put my lack of FAITH in this BRICS business a little clearer without using the worn-out “THE ILLUMINATI DONE IT!” but I cant help it — it’s similar to it?

      So I will give you my own version of Apples and Oranges – si, my amigo! (I’m not a Latino.)

      In a Domestic Dispute the Cops get nervous making those kind of house-calls for when they go to stop whoever is beating up on whom — both sides of the fight suddenly TURN THEIR ATTENTION on the Cops! Guess where the anger is often DIRECTED!

      The People and their TRUE-representatives ( not the propaganda announcing puppets) write all these amazing analysis(es) of economic sides BUT when it ‘hits the road’ they will find out just whose ‘side’ BRICS is on?????????

      I’ll leave it at that. (no I wont — desperation breeds HOPE as strange as that sounds! Just be careful what you pray for…? You just might get it. Ha, ha!)


      Thanks again Henry for the images. (Those long tails wrapped around each other in battle do imply something but what — I don’t know. And I don’t think they necessary mean Reptiles but it is interesting isn’t it? I heard in Archaeology’s moments of rare-honesty all archaeology is, is STORY-TELLING! (there’s that word IS –is presumptuous!. I cant avoid it!)

      Is there anything like a true experiment where we don’t know the outcome or don’t interfere with the outcome? NO WAY— for to pick out or SELECT an experiment is to pick out an outcome we want or desire. Conscious or Unconscious – it’s all very time-consuming to this viewer. (we’re after something— I just want to know what it is?)

      But do go on with this BRIC. (put me on the ‘rack’ for arguing against it — that’s ok.) Creativity is being expressed in these explanations for it on this web-site! That’s more than I can say for my daily encounters with people who think they really and finally got-it-together.

      It’s a wonder we don’t ‘bump’ into each other more often than not. BLIND as we all are? ( yeah, I found a really nice music-box with an image of two cherubs on it for my window-sill. Now to DRESS IT UP with some inexpensive curtain.)

      HENRY — I aint in the biggest Apartment Complex on the block but it sure has one hell of a view! Lord praise section 8!

  11. Frankie Calcutta on April 4, 2013 at 2:52 pm

    Is there not a substantial breakaway civilization presence below Australia?

  12. Frankie Calcutta on April 4, 2013 at 2:49 pm

    Break free of the anti-North Korean propaganda!

    When I see North Koreans, I just see a bunch of smiling, healthy, acrobatic people who are selected by aptitude for their professions and had an inspired founder who wanted his people to live free of the clutches of the banksters. What they got for that hope was three million dead, a perpetual embargo, and decades of CIA covert operations poisoning their water and food supply. Unlike Americans who willfully listen to government propaganda all day long, the North Koreas on the other hand only have to listen to it two hours a day, and that is just done to remind the common citizen that they have to be vigilant against the bankster death merchants. The rest of the time North Koreans, when they are not working, tend to their gardens, play music and sport, and worship their Leader and their Sacred Mountain. The latter being an exemplary model of a socially engineered state religion that we should all learn from.

    God speed you hardy, courageous people. Keep up the threats with your nukes purchased from the Israelis and the banksters will slip you your billions in hush money once again. We have to keep that a secret for now.

    In the meantime, your renegade behavior is very convenient for US foreign policy in the region and allows us to keep a hefty troop presence in Asia wile keeping the Asian countries at each other’s throats. I wonder how that is managed? What dumb luck for the US to have an enemy like you.

  13. Robert Barricklow on April 4, 2013 at 2:45 pm

    DownunderEt makes an excelent point about “…that was the government, not the people”. And that is the problem with many governments acroos the globe,; they do not even come close to representing the people. Those governments caught up in the debt-slave-like paradigm econimies; are front & center, on targeting their people, instead of representing them. The BRICS have a Public Banking systen however, and thus, have a better mechanism in place to weather the economic consequences of the financial oligarchy’s ponzi game – coming to an end. North Korea is a pawn in so many ways it’s pathetic. Food was long ago weaponized there and has been consistently used as a sword of damocles over them. Talk about double agents, triple agents, deceptions within deceptions; I’am reminded of the Village of the Damned, where a serendipitous fall of a screwdriver, sets off WW111.
    The sides are forming in economics associated with their respective geographries. The Pacific is becoming weaponized to the hilt(N. Korea is simply the excuse). Japan started to move into China’s sphere, but was slapped Fukushima-hard, to get her act back into the U.S. camp of influence.

    China’s in the long game.

    But, as you said, the financial oligarch’s game is running short, fast, furious, & as a consequence – dangerous.

  14. henry on April 4, 2013 at 2:41 pm

    “A lot of people here are also aware of the lies of 9/11, after showing a lot of my friends Dr. Judy Wood’ book, they realize that America is a country full of lies.”

    Let’s not forget, they owe their “awaking to the 911 truth” (and much more as Dr.Judy Wood once said “911 attack was really an attack on human conscious) greatly to Dr.Judy Wood.

    So i think its only fair that they should also realize that America is a country full of great peoples as well.

    • DownunderET on April 4, 2013 at 6:49 pm

      Hi Henry:

      Yes, you are right, there are a lot of great people in the good ol’ USA, I have many friends over there that I speak to on regular basis. However “they” are echoing the same thing a lot of people all over the world are saying, and that is that the US government is out of control and notwithstanding “does not represent the people”.

      So until the American people can orchestrate a change in “CULTURE”, then nothing is going to change.

      The simple answer is “LOCK UP THE BANKSTERS, LOCK UP THE LEADERS OF THE MILITARY INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX” and then the American people might have a chance at real change.

  15. paul de gagne on April 4, 2013 at 2:18 pm

    Hello Joe,

    Good to see your looking more healthy today. I guess Springtime can do that to people.

    I heard your always open to a participant’s feedback so I am going to give you mine.

    2 million viewers – That’s quite impressive! I tend to doubt that for it seems to me you don’t even have 200 regular people who post their comments on your board? Then I realize 2 million over time and it seems more reasonable to break it down that way. (especially when you count the ‘repeats?”

    I wish you did have 200 regular posters for it would get very interesting but still, it’s a bit#h trying to please the public but your doing a good job. More unexpected material does pop up in here now and then so that makes the time spent worthwhile. ( I haven’t the slightest idea how many are paid-members. Not even a clue – just a hint?)

    I think I will donate 10 dollars to George Ann if someone passes the plate in the future when that comes up. (30 thousand was once raised for my daughter’s liver transplant expenses so I know how good and kind people can be? At times I do overcome my initial suspicious nature on the Internet even when I see all this ‘Hucksterism!” They spoil it for those with genuine concerns?)

    I’m sorry to say I am not one of your audience who cares much about BRICS and so forth but I do understand who your Public is and so serve them. I am following it too but….? As soon as I heard the word South Africa mentioned I said to myself “what’s the use — corruption follows any possible improvements in the Economic World. Why nurture ‘false hope? To each its own! I’ll not that non-laughing hyena who used to follow Deputy Dog in that cartoon TV show of long ago even though someone might accuse me of being so, ha, ha!)

    So we will be CONTROLLED by say, The East, rather than the present gang of thieves in the West. Big Deal!

    I like the notion of religious revivals and true Spiritual Transformations unlike what we had in the past. And no, I am not one of these ‘Wish for a Messaih or New Agers.?That area (UFO ramifications fascinates me and seems to wake up a deeper ‘strata’ of my or our Collective Unconscious?’ I almost bought the book ‘Aliens Worlds: the social and religious dimensions of extraterrestrial contact. (I imagine it to be something like pilgrims meeting the Indians in a naive sort of way?) but didn’t. Too academic or pioneering? Its is an undeveloped new field no where established even out in the MARGINS where we all hang out? (only precedent is the study of Mythology?”

    Anyway to make a long story short — I remind you that your earlier books are not passe yet and not to forget the archaeological point that I am guessing first drawn your interest before you get totally mesmerized by a ‘HISTORY OF THE PRESENT!”

    I just started reading the large tome called “Forbidden Archeology’s — IMPACT’ by Michael A. Cremo. I want to learn how researchers get “SCALPED’ by all the dogmatists out there. I believe your Giza Death Star Destroyed will be a nice or fitting accompaniment to it.

    Have a good evening and revel in the Spring time for the Maypole is coming, ha, ha!

    Today, I finally bought your volume — “The Giza Death Star Destroyed.” I figure it’s about time after buying several of your more recent books although 2007 is not a long time to see where “Your really coming from.” I read the table of contents and I too am among those who want to know more. (although the economic-side drives me up a Wall. I’m not the kind who goes for handball?)

  16. Frankie Calcutta on April 4, 2013 at 2:17 pm

    A would be curious to know about the role of the Venice vipers in the destruction of the Alchemical Kingdom of Bohemia. Was alchemical Bohemia a direct target of their wrath or was it just by happenstance that the 30 Years War commenced there? As the Holy Roman Empire now begins to reconstitute itself, could we also be seeing the resumption of the unfinished objectives of alchemist and Holy Roman Emperor Rudolph II who was also King of Bohemia for a while? Possibly the objectives of a European conspiracy of Christian alchemists now coming to fruition? Could the trained chemists Angela Merkel and Pope Francis, among others, be part of this conspiracy?

  17. Ethan on April 4, 2013 at 1:47 pm

    I was wondering.. would you perhaps consider making a Bitcoin wallet to receive donations Dr. Farrell?

    This can be done on ones own computer, but given the your computer problems, it can also be done online:

    It would make it very easy to send a donation every now and then compared to e.g. PayPal. Also cheaper 😉

    (With some luck, the value of donations would also keep rising with the increasing Bitcoin popularity)

    (The same also as suggestion to GeorgeAnn btw.)


  18. DownunderET on April 4, 2013 at 1:20 pm

    Sure Australia has been bosom buddies with the US for many years, and yes we had troops in WW2, Korea and Vietnam, BUT, that was the government, not the people.

    I live here and I can tell you the Australian people have just the same amount of contempt for the US government as does many other countries. In other words, the US is pissing off a lot of people worldwide with it’s “WAR ON EVERYTHING”. A lot of people here are also aware of the lies of 9/11, after showing a lot of my friends Dr. Judy Wood’ book, they realize that America is a country full of lies.

    If Australia decides to trade with China in the own respective currencies, well so be it. Like any other country, we make decisions based on our own best interests.

    We are going to the poles in September, and usually which ever party is in power, they will continue to run with the US on a lot of issues, but it’s the people who quietly talk about how our military are being “used” to fulfill America’ mindless agenda to go to war, and we are sick of it.


    • Enlil's a Dog on April 5, 2013 at 6:03 pm

      My disontent with all this started when I heard my old man moaning about how the British turned their backs on us in the early 70’s when the EU was formally ratified. They stopped buying all our produce basically – wool, wheat and just about every other commodity in favour of their new europeans neighbours.

      I think there is plenty to gain for Australia joining BRICS and I for one would support it it ever came about.
      We have strong cultural (sporting ties) with both India and South Africa and China is our biggest trading partner.
      That just leaves Russia and Brazil and I don’t recall the last time we went to war with against either of those 🙂

      Australia is part of the Asia Pacific rim and it is this region where our future economic and strategic interests should lie – imo, naturally.

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