Joseph talks about the "recent" "discovery" of huge new oil fields in South Australia, and what it implies for the geopolitical retrenchment being engineered by the Anglo-American financial oligarchy:

The Biggest Oil Discovery in Fifty Years

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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. Margaret on July 31, 2013 at 5:11 pm

    Very informative interview on InvestmentWatch w/ Catherine Austin Fitts talking about the (economic/financial) Breakaway Civilization … the coup/transition has been underway for some time and will replace the current collapsing system … positive growth ahead, but not everyone will end up on the winning side … During the last vidchat Dr. Farrell said that Ms Fitts would provide GDS members access to the interview he and Dr. de Hart had with her. I’m looking forward to that!

    • Robert Barricklow on July 31, 2013 at 5:44 pm

      Loved this!
      Thanks for the link Margaret.

    • LSM on August 1, 2013 at 10:13 am

      greatly informative link you’ve posted, Margaret- many thanks and regards-


      • Margaret on August 2, 2013 at 9:51 am

        Thanks Larry and best regards in return. That short interview w/ CAF really opened my eyes. It’s going to be a lot easier to connect the Breakaway’s dots now. Thomas Sheridan just posted a short video about the Spain train wreck. I remember you and some others here saying that you didn’t believe it was an ‘accident’. Well, Sheridan doesn’t either. He sees it as part of the Breakaway’s plan to promote ‘safer driverless trains’ (i.e. the agenda being replacing humans with machines/robots wherever possible). This is their modus operandi: discredit/disable the unwanted, indebted publicly-funded legacy infrastructure and finance the new technology w/ black budget funded private/corporate ownership. I enjoy his new weekend Velocity radio show (available in youtube archives).

        Rockefeller Playing With His Toy Trains Again (Rude Language)

  2. montyhigh on July 26, 2013 at 11:41 am

    After a few minutes research I concluded this Australian Oil discovery was not very significant.

    Here’s why:
    (a) The company in question has a market-cap under 1B$ even though the discovery was announced in January.
    (b) The company’s investor presentation gives the discovery low priority. Therefore it can’t be worth more than a couple of hundred million $.

    Here’s a link to my whole analysis:

    Keep bringing in those out of the mainstream data points and ideas.


    • henry on July 26, 2013 at 1:55 pm

      The point was not really about the “new” discovery of oil in Australia, but rather about this:

      “If America does not end up leading the world in developing new forms of energy, we should be ashamed of ourselves. And right now, the Chinese appear to be way ahead of us as far as thorium energy is concerned, and Italian scientists appear to be ahead of our own scientists in developing “cold fusion” technology.

      So yes, let’s be glad that we are not going to be facing a crippling energy crisis in this generation, but let’s also not be complacent. There are lots of new technologies out there just waiting to be developed, and the rewards are going to go to those that are able to develop them first.”

      one should check out “The Beginning Of The End”, a novel by author of the linked article to see where he’s coming from and why he’s interested in the story of recent Australian oil discovery.

  3. LSM on July 26, 2013 at 10:15 am

    I tend to think all of these new (cough) vast oil reserve discoveries are smoke and mirrors for another agenda-

    to my recollection L. Fletcher Prouty was one of the first to go public and reveal the facts that oil is neither rare nor a fossil fuel- so obviously some faction wants to keep keep us in the matrix of thinking oil/natural gas fields are the rudimentaries of energy sources- they aren’t-

    Canada is topographically the 2nd largest country in the world so I hardly think the new (cough) discoveries in Australia could top those of the in weeks past announced discoveries in Canada- and then immediately after the announced discoveries came the horrendous train wreck in the province of Quebec that almost wiped out half of an entire small town- and then ‘bang’: news black-out-

    so now we here in Europe are dealing with the news of a derailed Spanish bullit train that was de-railed and decimated 2 days ago going around a curve at a reported 190km in an 80km zone- already 78 body counts and rising- amazingly enough both electronic back-up systems harnessing the speed of these trains in dangerous situations failed- the conductor survived and is being interrogated at the moment but I hardly think he had anything to do with it- it would’ve endangered his own life-

    and more: the so-far proven effiency and incredible punctuality of the Spanish bullit train has left the French TGV and the German ICE (plagued with problems from the very beginning–severe lack of punctuality, failed air-conditioning systems, etc. being the least of its problems) high-speed trains in the dust- until now-

    this happened on the outskirts of Santiago di Compostela in Galicia- isn’t that THE Christian pilgrimage goal other than Lourdes in Europe?-

    I dunno, everyone, I just think we have to sit back and wait and see what warning shots will be delivered to AUS- could be even Spain contains already discovored vast natural resources not yet publicised (why should any European country be any different from any other outside of Europe?- what, Europe doesn’t have natural resources?) and the fire accross the bow has already been delivered- or the Spaniards have a plan to save their own economy and it’s being torpedoed?-

    “high octane speculation” on my part-

    stay well all- regards-

    Larry in Germany

    • henry on July 26, 2013 at 2:20 pm

      Agreed, Larry, i too suspect the Spanish tragedy was a deliberate act. I was actually talking this to my mother, we were both pretty angry about this criminal act.

      “why should any European country be any different from any other outside of Europe?- what, Europe doesn’t have natural resources?”
      exactly my thought ever after i was awakened to the oil scarcity myths, being a fan of dinosaurs i always knew Europe was once teeming with lives, and nowadays i ask myself why i never thought about the oil scarcity in Europe is not in line with that fact before reading Mr.Engdahl’s works? Talking about laziness of the mind and being brainwashed.

      • LSM on July 27, 2013 at 6:05 am

        hey, Henry, as fast and dramatically trumpeted the reports of the Spanish rail catastrophe appeared in EU MSM and they were about to interrogate the survived train-driver, now suddenly all news about this disaster has disappeared faster than a “posterior release of flatulence” in a dust storm- the incident had to have been sabotage

  4. Robert Barricklow on July 26, 2013 at 9:36 am

    The goals of,(let’s call it), The New World Order, is an all encompassing worldwide electronic global currency, based upon,
    (what ever rabitt they pull out-of-the-thin-air): just-in-time information.
    This would certainly siphon off-world, feeding the Breakaway Civilization.
    I suspect then, that once that gets – to a certain point/horizon event…
    another seed will?


  5. henry on July 25, 2013 at 11:58 pm

    Mr. William Engdahl awakened me to the oil scam before i understand what Rockefeller or Tesla is about, he did much to expose the oil myths and lies for me.
    “Confessions of an “ex” Peak Oil Believer”–myths-lies-and-oil-wars

  6. marcos toledo on July 25, 2013 at 11:23 pm

    But this brings up a question how much oil is there really in Saudi Arabia and other Islamic nations. Have the estimates of how much their reserves are been under played as well. Also how do know Australia will play along with this but then again we can go back to the mid 1970s and to what happen in Australia and Chile the coups were different but the end result was the same regime change bloodier in the second case.

  7. Enlil's a Dog on July 25, 2013 at 7:16 pm

    Just a small correction, Joseph for the benefit of your followers that are not savvy with Australian demographics et al. We don’t have ‘Provinces’ here, we have States. Oh, and two ‘Territories’.

    Coober Pedy is an Opal mining town in central South Australia and I’ve had relatives living there since the mid 1960’s. My Uncle is a retire Opal miner. Most of the inhabitants live underground – yep, underground! You are correct in the fact that the town is isolated but the town is serviced by a major highway.

    This news is nothing new (as you alluded to) to locals, they’ve known about this since the late 1980’s.

    • henry on July 26, 2013 at 12:42 am

      And this “new” discovey of oil in Australia just came after the comeback of Kevin Rudd as Australia’s prime minister who was ousted by Julia Gillard in a bloodless coup back in 2010.
      And allegedly Mr Rudd was ousted by the FED puppet because he was planning to use new energy technology to turn Australia’s desert green. Whether such claim is true or not, what’s indisputable is that Kevin Rudd does have a plan to reduce the use of fossil fuel and increase the use of renewable energy in the future.

      • henry on July 26, 2013 at 1:53 am

      • Enlil's a Dog on July 26, 2013 at 6:58 am

        That would be a nice thought, Henry, but somehow I think if that hypothesis carried any genuine validity the PTB both inside and outside of Australia would have made sure that Rudd was never able to return to the fold.

        On the Gillard ‘coup’ back in 2010, Kevin Rudd had only himself to blame for that outcome in the end. He had alienated himself from the Australian public as well as senior ministers and members of his own party. In the end it is an irony that someone that was rail-roaded out of office has now been welcomed back into the fold with open arms. It tells the world that Australian politics, like so many of its foreign counterparts has absolutely no-one that is talented enough and bold enough to lead the country into a new era!

        Sadly, the leader of the opposition party, Tony Abbott, is a complete and utter buffoon himself, no more talented than Rudd and with even less back-bone – if he gets into office at the next federal election, he will only be all to eager to kowtowl to the elites – after all that is what his party have always done!

        We all know from our own research and monitoring of the global geo-political theatre that Rudd will not be able to change a bloody thing unless he gets the green light to do so from the ‘Shadow People’…..Or, unless he has visions of transforming himself into some kind of quasi Vladimir Putin – alas I do not see that scenario eventuating.

        • henry on July 26, 2013 at 1:12 pm

          Thanks for the input.

          I understand Kevin Rudd’s leadership style had distanced himself from some of his peers, and his approval rating was slipping in polls just before the 2010 coup d’etat. But i think ABC’s “Four Corners” had an episode which first hinted at the possible involvement of America in that political upheaval in Australia.

          Julia Gillard’s polling had slumped to 38 per cent just prior to her defeat by Kevin Rudd at last month’s labor leadership spill. On the question of who would make the better prime minister, Kevin Rudd continues to lead Tony Abbott with 50 per cent to 34 per cent according to the latest poll.
          Also it seems the reinstated Kevin Rudd has moved rather promptly to reform the party,apparently in response to the bitter experience he had with the “Shadow People” or better known as “the faceless men” in 2010.
          “The federal Labor caucus has endorsed a plan to allow the parliamentary leader to be elected by MPs and party members in a move that Prime Minister Kevin Rudd says will democratise the party and ensure ”the prime minister the Australian people vote for is the prime minister the Australian people get”.
          The caucus has also ratified a move that will see the support of 75 per cent of caucus being required to force a ballot against a sitting prime minister”

          While i certainly would not expect Mr Rudd to become a quasi Vladimir Putin, he does appear to be genuine and committed when it comes to his “the third way” geopolitical strategy for Australia in the Asia-Pacific region, which will be “neither pro-America nor pro-China, that Australia will work with both countries towards a “win-win” situation, avoiding conflicts and focusing on economic cooperation and security trust building. In that regard, he does not appear to conform some of corporate America’s (as opposed to Republic America) “Pivot to Asia” strategy.

          • Enlil's a Dog on July 26, 2013 at 7:47 pm

            I agree, I’m sure there were influences in 2010 that perhaps were not all of Australian political origin. I have been convinced, and an avid supporter of by the way also, that Australia’s economic future lies within its geographical location – Asia. On this basis I supported Rudd when he was came to power, but as was the case with so many other Australians he managed to alienate himself from me also with his arrogant leadership style.

            In the end, I feel as many do on this site that what we all need is an end to this two party political system that we see in our countries. I want to see it end in places like the USA and Britain as well. I get so extremely frustrated when I see people arguing on blogs and on commentary sections under news articles about what this party has not done and what that party has not done knowing full well that both parties belong to the same rotten apple and neither have the best interests of the Australian, American or British people at heart – this is what annoys me and frustrates me!

            I want to see a group of like minded people form a new party, a party of, for and by the people. All it will take here in this country (Australia) is about 500 people that think the same way and that are willing to stand up and be counted!!

          • Galahad on July 26, 2013 at 8:46 pm

            On the light note. Australia’s policy seemed to be quite rudder-less under big nose, large bottom Julie. I must agree with you that anything is better than the moronic buffoon Abbott (he should have bring back Costello to make the perfect political pair).

        • DownunderET on July 26, 2013 at 2:43 pm

          Rudd and Abbott might be buffoons, but just look around the world, and it’s leaders.

          You have that clown in France, who is a boy in a mans body, and then you have that lying clown Cameron in the UK. Oh, but it’s different in the US, the savior, the hero, the king and just look at HIS track record et al.

          The world is full of political deadbeats, how do I know this, just look at the MESS the world is in today.

          So if the PTB want a NWO, fine, just exclude OZ, because there’s not one person in OZ that will stand for it. We are a pretty rugged lot down here, and there’s one thing that doesn’t go well here and that is political bullshit.
          So mister NWO, take your centralized ideas and shove them where the sun doesn’t shine.

          • Enlil's a Dog on July 28, 2013 at 10:34 pm

            Political bullshit? Agreed, but whilst we don’t have, nor tolerate the razzamatazz (call it a cultural thing, USA people) crap that you see in American politics and elections we too here for the most part have become extremely apathetic on the whole regarding the happenings in the world around us.

            People here are too busy wanting to know what the weekend’s football scores are, or too busy watching crap like ‘The Block’ or X-Factor etc etc et bloody cetra to really give a damn what is going on lol!

            Sadly, from what I can see around me, the ANZAC spirit of our great grandfathers is but a distant memory at this point in time in my opinion.

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