Joseph talks about the following article about politics in France, and about the conversation he had last week with Dr. Scott D de Hart and former Assistant Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Catherine Austin Fitts about the surveillance intelligence gathering scandals:

Mrs. Marie Le Pen Vows to Leave the EU and Restore the French franc

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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. Frenchy on July 8, 2013 at 1:43 pm

    Hello Dr Farrell,

    thank you very much for all your excellent work.

    A word about France and the Front National (FN).
    It is indeed a far right party (I wouldn’t use the label “fascist” though)
    but It stands no chance to win anything.
    Today it has 2 mp in the “Assemblée National”
    and never had any more than a couple in it’s 40 years history.

    The fonction of this party is to be a scarecrow.
    Any idea, project or proposition that might go against the plans of the globalists
    will be heralded by the FN though making those ideas appear as fascist.

    Getting out of the EU is a prime exemple.

    Le Pen is advocating the exit of the Euro zone knowing full well that is not legally possible without getting out of the EU.
    Getting out of the EU is possible through the Article 50 of the Lisbonne Treaty but the FN never mention that (the FN is in the hands of the financial oligachy after all).

    The ONLY french political party that clearly advocates getting out of the EU is the “Union Populaire Républicaine” (UPR) a small but fast growing movement whose project includes;
    getting out of the EU, NATO, the Euro zone and give the money creation powers back to the Bank de France.

    This is the party to keep an eye on.


    From Paziols, France

    • Joseph P. Farrell on July 8, 2013 at 2:01 pm

      Wonderful! Thank you for the corrections and clarifications. I was hoping someone from France would read and chime in and fill us in from an on-the-ground- perspective, as getting any reliable information on foreign politics is next to impossible in the USA! Thank you for commenting!

    • LSM on July 10, 2013 at 9:21 am

      Salut, Paziols (very unusual French name- but, hey, what do I know?)-

      my life’s partner est un Alsacien living in Mulhouse (are Alsacienois stupide?- more about that later)-

      am not sure if most Frenchmen even know that this party ((UPR) exists- if so, even if they’ve read the name, they probably haven’t investigated it very much- the French are like Americans: lazy) and knowing the German-influenced Alsatian very right-winged mind-set, if this party were so influencial you can be sure the Alsatians would’ve grabbed onto it faster than we can say “epoxy” glue-

      my life’s partner is incredibly politically astute/aware of politics in France but yet he hasn’t ever mentioned UPR- why?- Alsatians are ‘stupide’?-

      if you could provide more info about UPR that would be great (do it in French- c’est egal)- I’ll pass it onto Jean-Claude- you can be sure he’ll be interested-

      anyway Frenchy/Paziols (whever you may be) thanks for your contribution- sincerely- very appreciated-

      be well- regards-

      Larry in Allemagne

      • Frenchy on July 14, 2013 at 12:13 pm

        Bonjour Larry,

        il est très vrai que l’UPR n’est pas encore connue des français ( seulement 3180 membres).

        Le mieux pour connaître le programme de l’UPR est de visionner les conférences de François Asselineau (fondateur)
        que l’on trouve ici: (ainsi que sur youtube)

        L’UPR n’est ni de droite ni de gauche (ce clivage est une arnaque) mais rassemble tout ceux qui veulent sortir de l’UE (par l’application de l’article 50 du traité de Lisbonne).

        Il y a d’autres projets comme la fin de vigi-pirate, le référendum d’initiative populaire, la prise en compte des votes blancs, la reprise de la création monétaire par la Banque de France (la fin de l’article 123 du TFUE) … qui me semblent très intéressants.

        J’espère que Jean-Claude sera intéressé par ce que propose l’UPR et qu’il joindra ses efforts aux notre.
        Nous avons besoin de toutes les bonnes volontés pour nous libérer de l’emprise de ces psychopathes.

        Bien amicalement,


        ps: les média de masse, aux ordre de l’oligarchie, tentent de discréditer l’UPR en le faisant passer pour un parti extrème; ce n’est pas du tout le cas et si Jean-Claude prend le temps d’écouter les conférences, il s’en rendra bien compte.

        pps; Paziols is the name of the village where I dwell.

    • Robert Barricklow on July 10, 2013 at 9:48 am

      GO UPR!

      • Margaret on July 10, 2013 at 11:32 am

        D’accord, vive l’UPR!
        France hors de l’UE, l’euro, et l’OTAN … bonne chance!
        et, LSM, salutations à Jean-Claude

        • Robert Barricklow on July 10, 2013 at 4:10 pm

          Maudit tabarnac, you speak the truth.
          (Reading: How The Light Gets In)

      • Frenchy on July 14, 2013 at 12:14 pm

        Thank’s a lot Margaret and Robert for your support.


  2. Robert Barricklow on July 5, 2013 at 2:09 pm

    I can’t help but agree with Dr. Farrell in that there are deep factions at play, seeming separate yey in fact of the same coin. Think of a coin with the symbolic yingyang artfully depicted on face & tail. Art that gives appreciation to a term from Immanuel Kant, where the coin is animated by Zweckmafsigkeit ohne Zweck – purposeful pureposelessness.. Soert of a westernised who own’w the a city’s visual space, the corporations who can buy it or the public who live in it. It represents a correlative thinking, a yingyang thinking/and underlying structure in an enduring tradition. representing that paradigms precede and shape all the operations of rational thinking methodology, theory building, and the determination of facts and perception. A paradigm is a conceptual configuration that is demonstrated and learned by example, providing a lens through which one can view the world.
    Whereupon picture a royal elite on horseback addressing a medieval fool/Good fool tell me news of the world/ The world sir. I’am afraid that is out of my sphere.
    An interesting point. Do you hold with the theory that the world is round or flat?/It is a pretty one sir, but requires a demonstration. Oh that I had something round & flat to demonstrate with/ The royal held out a penny and the fool inspected it closely./The very thing sir. From all I have observed, men rule the world, but money rules them. As the greater encompasses the lesser, so must money encompass the world. And since the coin is both round and flat, so must be the world.
    And so it comes down to the bottom line. Who contrls the issuence of currency? Who has the world’s reserve currency? Who makes the rules concerning the world’s coinage & acceptance as currency? to coin this, there is currency in blackmail through and other vices. This is also a form of currency. But the coin in the fools hand, is the coin of the realm. And other currencies are spent to achieve it’s ultimate control, even if it takes no form(electronic) and/or no master(hidden cabal[s]).

  3. Dag from Ringerike on July 5, 2013 at 1:18 pm

    Some views from the “agrarium”.

    The term or label, fascisme, is intriguing. According to Gerald Celente´s definition, it is the total cooperation or amalgation between the private “bigs” and the state. By that definition, all the parties, left and right in the West that support this template, are fascist organizations.

    But, when you, dr. Farrell, term National Front in France as a kind of fascist party, my guess is because they have their strong attitude to the immigration issue, especially from muslim countries.

    I was listening to a conversation, I think it was between James Corbett and with the late Bob Chapman. And he was making some comments on Jean Marie Le Penne. They knew each other when the Algeria uprising occurred in the late 50thies, and they were both working for their intelligence agencies (at that time we had to listen to sweedish radio what was going on there, total cencorship in communist Norway).

    My impression from that conversation was that BC considered The National Front as a national party, a party that valued their french heritage.

    And then, Bob Chapman came out with this astounding call or confession; why he quit the service. Because there was a lot of people from the other side that they knew at the spot. Making a report on Friday, the next Monday it appeared in Moscow and the people from the other side let him know.

    When we see what is coming up in BSM in our country, those designed articles to stear up people by the results of the mass immigration from muslim countries, I tend to agree what John Coleman says, that this issue has been deliberate to make Europe to a basket what was happening earlier.

    I do not consider myself as a fascist or racist, but when the cultural and ethnic society disintegrate in that speed we see now, I have the right to have my strong opinion without being labeled as a fascist.

    My wife lost two of her uncles in 9th of April 1940 attack at Narvik, and a friend of my grandparents and his son, were send to Germany because of their listening to radio. He lost his son in the camp, but he survived. My father told my how russian prison camp inmates were killed when they were exhausted by sickness, fell off the rank when marching to or off their labor fields.

    This is my background of what a total fascist state or government can do and apply and maybe can be. I do not think this is the agenda of National Front in France. Maybe I am wrong.

  4. basta on July 5, 2013 at 8:15 am

    Marine Le Pen is a symptom but she will not be allowed anywhere near the Elysee palace as that would be complete and utter repudiation of the French political system and class and it simply will not be allowed to happen, whatever her popular support–which will always remain fractional in any event.

    But she is a very clever woman and that she has taken up the undoing of the EU as her “crusade” may indeed cause quite some fuss and headaches in France–and Brussels

    As for the NSA and the Vatican, I thought your earlier post supporting Max Keiser’s thesis that the NSA is there to totally game and front-run the entire world financial system for fun and profit makes eminently good sense and explains nearly everything.

    As for the Vatican, Francis is clearly there to clean house in his way, particularly the bank and the moral rot, and he has a huge job ahead of him and of course there are deep and varied interests who wish to further destabilize and discredit the Church, or continue to profit off the rot like so many flies.

  5. chris on July 5, 2013 at 3:01 am

    They are tracking UFOs and ‘Others’ , that’s what I think.

    • Bear claw Chris Lapp on July 5, 2013 at 1:50 pm

      It’s either the “Others” in which I think you mean “Aliens” or it’s the Nazi International? Maybe both?

  6. JB on July 5, 2013 at 1:09 am

    I think your “bob on”, in the UK we had our own agent zero, aka, Jimmy Saville. A minor DJ and charity worker who seemed to mix with all kinds including Prisons, Care homes(children), N010 Downing St, and was even the go between during Charles & Diana’s marriage difficulties. A seedy little man who seemed to walk with impunity and was given keys and access to all sorts of vulnerable children. Despite well meaning mutterings, nothing was exposed until after he started to push up the daisy’s. It has been suggested that the two things that nobody (in public life) wants on their C.V. is beastiallity and paedophilia, and once embroiled in this, they are subject to complete control. Saville, I believe, was a practitioner and recruiter.

  7. Frankie Calcutta on July 4, 2013 at 10:17 pm

    How about this scenario: the great and Holy Pope Francis is expelling demons from the Vatican while cleaning the filth out of the Vatican bank so naturally the enemies of mankind have opted once again to use their media weapon to retaliate by leveling scurrilous charges against the Vatican with the hope that the attacks will force the new Pope to retreat. With the Vatican moving to get completely off the bankster reservation, any means necessary will be used to bring it down. Considering the scope of the charges from a convicted pedophile who was also involved with selling Eucharist bread to satanists, I imagine Italian law suits will be leveled meant to break Vatican City itself. If this doesn’t work, Israelis will be brought in dressed up as Arabs and the Roman altar, set up as a counterbalance thousands of years ago to the wicked altar of Jerusalem, will be no more. And like the destruction of that Holy of Holy sites in Kedarnath, the demons will have breached one more security trip wire.

    Interesting that Pope Francis refuses to wear a cross made of gold. A not so subtle message to the banksters? And how ingenious to put one of Roman Catholicism’s most formidable exorcists in the Papacy giving him direct access to many world leaders. I imagine there are quite few Heads of State who won’t dare go in the same room with him for fear of being exorcised.

    • Joseph P. Farrell on July 4, 2013 at 10:20 pm

      A very intriguing hypothesis and a very interesting take on the symbolism. I think you could be on to something here Frankie… the Vatican’s role in all this gold story is murky and unclear and its one to watch.

    • LSM on July 5, 2013 at 4:56 pm

      Hi Frankie,

      I tend to agree with Dr. Farrell’s assessment of your posting but what would interest me greatly is if you could provide sources to prove your statement that Francis is “…Roman Catholicism’s most formidable exorcists in the Papacy…”-

      I also viewed the very short video where Francis supposedly exorcised a young man in a wheel chair in St. Peter’s square but it seemed to me Francis was just giving public camera attention to a spastic (since when are exorcisms conducted in public before a camera and they’re that quickly accomplished?)- am just wondering- obviously the video has nothing to do with your statement but it would interest me greatly if you could provide sources to your statement-

      stay well- regards-


      • Frankie Calcutta on July 6, 2013 at 9:12 am


        My claim is an unsubstantiated claim, probably bombastic, and has nothing to do with that silly video (and thanks for assuming so). I base it on his tenure in the Jesuits where he purged a good number of the subversives and recalcitrants doing the devil’s work in the Jesuit Order. While this may not officially be considered exorcism by the official rules of the Church I consider it a form of exorcism none the less. The Jesuit Order has been infested with demons since the get go when, in my opinion, the Venice vipers commissioned some of their agents to form a religious order to poison and subvert the Church, act as an intelligence gathering operation for the banksters, and basically do the banksters bidding far and abroad.

        Like all these kind of bankster operations, they find a righteous yet unsuspecting man or organization and ride their coat tails until the time when they can freely implement the nefarious agenda of the banksters. (Maybe an example of this would be the Tea Party and Ron Paul). In the case of the Jesuits, this unsuspecting, righteous man was St. Francis Xavier, the namesake of our current Pope. It almost seems like our current Pope is a the vengeful, street smart resurrection of Francis Xavier coming to remove the banksters’ malignancy which has infested the Order (and the Vatican) and restore the Jesuits to Xavier’s original mission: service of faith, promotion of justice, helping others and seeking God in all things.

        Ultimately, I’ve always believed Roman Catholicism was established as a demon fighting religion. Lest we forget, Jesus was an exorcist. I believe its history is no different than the United States– ebbing and flowing with demonic bankster infestation. Like the United States set up to protect its citizenry from banksters only to find itself 200 years later fully pummeled by these same demons, An institution like the Roman Catholic Church set up to fight demons would no doubt attract demons hoping to co-opt it or destroy it. The 2000 year history of the Catholic Church is really nothing but this recurring battle. I believe currently holy exorcists are in the ascendancy in Roman Catholicism and demons are now on the run. So at this juncture I would have to believe the head of the Church is a “formidable exorcist” but certainly not something I can prove. I also believe the 2000 year history of the Church was just a prelude to this specific moment in time where the founders of the Roman Church, the Sons of the Sun, anticipated this crescendo in the demon invasion and with great foresight planned accordingly for humanity’s protection. Once again, obviously something I can not prove. Just a hunch, more than likely hair brained.

        While the notion of demonic invasion may seem inane, lets not forget that there is an ancient yahwehistic tradition, across the Meditteranean from the Roman Church, that conjures demons and this has been well documented in some of their ancient texts. A tale of two religions: one that fights demons and one that invokes them. I don’t think it was any coincidence that the Roman altar was set up in relatively close proximity to the altar used for demon invocation.

        I would also add that I’ve always believed the Christian seminaries were targeted by these demon conjurers somehow, possibly demon portals were being opened on the grounds of the seminaries surreptitiously. I kept this theory to myself because it seemed so preposterous but then I read Malachi Martin’s “Windswept House” and he paints this same scenario of an active demon portal within the Dominican Seminary which the head of the Dominican Order stood guard against. I then recalled the story of our local Catholic college, retold every Halloween, where a stranger arrived, unconnected to the college, and after plying the undergraduates with drugs, began to involve them in rituals in an unfrequented room in one of the dormitories which involved drawn diagrams and murdered animals. This went on for several months until it became public. The hierarchy of the Church took it very seriously as if it wasn’t just a scandal but an attack on the school.

        I wish I could expound more on some of these thoughts but I don’t want to bend your ear too much nor take up too much space on Dr. Farrell’s blog. I do believe Pope Francis, like his fellow traveler Vladimir Putin, are our greatest defense right now against these demons.

        My disclaimer would be that I am a product of a Jesuit education.

        • Don B on July 6, 2013 at 2:45 pm

          Frankie, nothing wrong with a Jesuit education. Its what you put into it. I wouldn’t trade mine for any other. I had an inkling that the family in ‘The Windswept House’ was the Kennedys. Just another wild thought.


        • PaulfromMinneapolis on July 6, 2013 at 2:49 pm


        • LSM on July 6, 2013 at 4:15 pm

          wow, Frankie, you’ve just posted so much food for thought- I have Malachi Martin’s ‘supposed” novel “Vatican” waiting in a line-up on my bookshelf of books to be read so I guess I should order “Windswept House” as well-

          I truly hope Pope Francis and Putin are on the side of humanity- otherwise what hope do we have left?- and I found Don B’s comment below very intrigueing in that he feels “Windswept House” was the Kennedys- as well as novelist Taylor Caldwell (now long-forgotten- any wonder?- she was visionary in my opinion) has been ‘accused’ of writing about the Kennedys in “Captains and the Kings”-

          please stay well Frankie, Dr. Farrell and all other readers/contributers to this website- many regards-

          Larry in Germany

          • Don B on July 7, 2013 at 6:02 am


            I agree, Janet Taylor Caldwell was right on with ‘Captains….’ concerning the Kennedy family, however, I just mentioned the Kennedys in ‘Windswept” as an aside. All the characters and settings are nothing that would remind you of the Kennedys. There was just something about the story that reminded me in some way of the family. Yes. The prolific Caldwell was a prophet in many ways. I read all her books in high school and later as they were written. She was a little odd in that she would write all night long in the nude and was a chain smoker. She came to the US from England as a pre-teen and wrote her first book before her teen years. Quite a lady. She contributed a third of her income to charity, primarily to Catholic charities. She died of lung cancer at the age of 83 in 1983. She did not believe in reincarnation but thought it was a genetic memory. Enjoy ‘Windswept’ Larry.


          • henry on July 8, 2013 at 9:51 pm

            “I truly hope Pope Francis and Putin are on the side of humanity- otherwise what hope do we have left?”

            Not all corners of this planet belong to the domain of Yahwism. It’s simple matter of fact and history.

            People in the West may seek hope in figures within the cultural sphere of Christianity, but that’s never a problem for those who have never had to face Yahwism as a religious practice in the first place.
            I doubt a Taoist monk pursuing immortality on some secluded high mountains, or an Amazonian Shaman communicating with the spirits in the jungles have to bet their destiny in the hands of certain political and religious leaders which for the past two thousand years have been leading “humanity” away from their true potentials rather than the contrary. If humanity were to rely on themselves as an individual and they were to realize the potentials they have within themselves, humanity won’t need any nanny states or religions.
            Ever wondered why the 1997 movie “Contact” had a person with fraudulent character who was trying to represent the whole of humanity to the ET civilization out there by “ready to convert them into Christianity” ultimately failed because of a fundamentalist sabotage?
            Something that is culturally unique and central to the West, does not necessarily mean its unique and central to the rest of the planet, let alone to the rest of the galaxy. Unless the word “humanity” here is exclusively referring to the people in the West.

            Ultimately it’s about individual choice. That’s probably why Graham Hancock questions whether his allegiance to Great Britain is something a necessity or not simply because he was born a British. It’s interesting he asks such question after his heart was opened by the Ayahuasca spirit, something that’s pre-Yahwism and shared by anyone who’s got a soul inside.

            Most mortals (including myself) can not easily bypass the “image” which is made from the fabric of their life, which are their own but very limited experience, hence people fail to see the truth behind the “image” as it is. There is a good reason why many ancient wisdoms emphasize the need to meditate.
            The truth is within oneself if one knows how to exercise and access it.
            The body of this lfe’s gonna die and decay, but the soul will not fade away with it, as it’s quite possible the higher consciousness doesn’t submit to the law and physics of this dimension, it’s sense of time and space could be vastly more expanded than a mortal. I suspect that’s where “remote viewing” derives its power from. Like Carol Anthony says “i must expand my views”.
            For me the focus is now on “post-Satanic banksters world” and “post-mortal form realm”. And my hope certainly does not lie with the Pope or Putin to enlighten humanity on how to achieve universal peace and love, both of them are bounded by their respective religious dogma, i think the ancient Zoroastrian notion has it right by stating “each human bears the responsibility for the fate of his own soul, and simultaneously shares in the responsibility for the fate of the world”.

          • Frankie Calcutta on July 9, 2013 at 5:47 pm


            I agree with what you say. The Truth can really only be found within and the most beneficial thing a human being can do is meditate. The problem is we have a force in this world that is so wicked that it does everything in its power to obfuscate this truth and is now attempting to build a psychic control grid which may make it impossible for humans to look “within.” (I don’t know if this is actually possible considering the directed energy from the planets may supersede their attempts at shutting us down and keeping us trapped in our five senses). For the Hindus, the pre-requisite for reaching one’s true potential is a society that facilitates this. Wars have been fought on the Indian sub-continent against those forces which might impede the individual’s ability at self-realization. Remember the Mahabharata War and that great scripture “The Bahagavad Gita” which chronicles Krishna’s argument for this necessary war? I for one would argue that the cult built around Krishna after this war was a Yahwehistic religion. Same goes for Herakles. It seems inserting Yahweh into the worship of heroes may be old hat and and not just confined to the west. I don’t know much about Confucius but maybe his following was an attempt at a yahwehistic religion?

            You are also forgetting that many of those Taoists had their serene attempts at personal enlightenment interrupted by the bankster inspired and funded communists, particularly during the cultural revolution. You know better than me, but I’m sure a number of practicing Taoists were beaten and imprisoned and their monasteries destroyed. The one book that had a jarring effect on my spiritual practices was “Celestial Song/Gobind Geet” by Swami Rama about the founders of the non-yahwehistic Sikh religion who devoted themselves to a life of meditation and spiritual living only to wind up in a cage with their children’s entrails wrapped around them being paraded through the streets by the Mogul invaders of India. I’ll be interested to read the sequel to Babylon Banksters to see what symbiotic connection the banksters had with the bloodthirsty Mongols who decimated much of Asia and beyond but always seemed to leave the bankster money counting houses in tact in the cities that the Mongols pillaged and razed. I’m sure many Taoists died at the hands of the invading Mongols as well.

            At this point in my life, spirituality to me is combatting this bankster evil and putting an end to them. I’ll wait until a future lifetime to discover the Truth within. Right now I cannot detach myself from the evil committed daily by these banksters. Leaders who are in this righteous fight get my support and blessing no matter what clever bankster propaganda has been spun against them. Without their opposition to the banksters, it is highly probable that very few future humans will even be close to living a life where spiritual unfoldment is possible.

  8. marcos toledo on July 4, 2013 at 9:28 pm

    So it’s back to election by coup d’ etat in Egypt again. I just wonder when one of our Elites will declare themselves President For Life or Emperor as Dark Sidious of the first American Empire.

  9. DownunderET on July 4, 2013 at 8:35 pm

    Once again more high octane speculation, but just look at the players.

    The Vatican and the NSA, these couple of bedfellows are at the top of the list of skullduggery and everything black. If there is more to the NSA snooping than just snooping, it may take a while for it all to come out, and again who benefits?

    And while everybody is looking at Egypt, the elites may be making hay in the other direction, but most likely it involves money et al.

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