...and while we're still talking about the BRICSA nations, you may not have realized it, listening to SeeNoNews, SeeBS, or Faux News, that there is a real bona fide arms race afoot, just as serious as the Missile Race of the early 1960s, only this time, it's not just a bi-polar race. Other nations are quietly elaborating the technologies developed by the USA, in this case, the drone. Let's talk about India for a moment:

India Eyes Drone-Launched Smart Bombs

As the article indicates, India is one of those BRICSA nations standing between East and West, and is benefitting from technology transfers from Israel and the USA in the area of precision-guided ordnance and munitions. The article reassures us that India's intentions for developing drone-delivered smart bombs and cluster munitions are largely internal, i.e., the development of a technology to help India conduct similar anti-terrorist operations as the USA conducts in Pakistan and elsewhere in the Middle East, using drones to take out targets:

"Joshi had a similar assessment saying that the drones could be 'used for fighting terrorism inside the country in remote areas of Jammu and Kashmir as well as anti-Naxal operations.'

"He didn’t believe that the drones would be used to target anti-India militants inside Pakistan proper in the same way that the U.S. has used its drone fleet to carry out targeted strikes against al-Qaeda and Taliban fighters operating in Pakistan’s northwestern regions.

“'I think it will be foolish to use them against militants on foreign soil,' Joshi said when asked by The Diplomat if the drones would be used inside Pakistan."

We can all breathe easier, for Indian drones will not be raining down on us any time soon. They're purely for anti-terrorist operations of a local tactical nature.



Consider this very suggestive statement:

"Karnad, who helped draft India’s nuclear doctrine in the late 1990s, said that there is a 'whole bunch of tactical and strategic military uses,'for drones armed with smart bombs, including 'on the conventional military battlefield versus Pakistan and China, for deployment against terrorist training camps and staging areas/supply depots in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, and to fight the Naxal insurgents active inside the country.'"(Emphasis added)

In other words, reading between the lines, drones could easily become, and India is suggesting it intends to make them become, their strategic weapon of choice, a kind of cruise missile, guided remotely by human controllers in a far-off control central, a flexible delivery platform able then to deliver a variety of munitions - in this article we're being offered smart bombs and cluster munitions - but the implication is clear: they could also deliver Fuel-Air Explosives, or nuclear or thermonuclear explosives. India's vision for the drone is not merely as a tool in the anti-terrorist arsenal, it is a strategic vision, one quite literally aimed at China, with which it fought short, but very sharp, border engagements during the Mao era.

India has not forgotten that, and neither has China.

So behind these weapons developments, one must also consider the implications...

I've been calling the BRICSA alliance, very deliberately, an entente cordial, deliberately evoking the "understanding" of the western democracies and Tsarist Russia prior to World War One. The entente was never a formal closely interwoven alliance of interests that the Central Powers were, and the same holds true here. India and China are the weak links in the BRICSA entente, so while they're shaking hands and forming banks, they are also warily eyeing each other, and developing weapons that they see are deterrents to each other. The future of the BRICSA bloc depends on how these two powerful and crucial members of that entente manage their historical tensions.

See you on the flip side.

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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 September 18, 2013 at 3:28 pm

    I’ve never been convinced of the 100% benevolence of the BRICS movement- as previous poster JohnQ stated:

    “We might be able to surmise what Western strings are tied where in the notoriously corrupt Indian government”- is the Brazilian government any different?- if so, why hasn’t it stopped the continued decimation of the Amazon forest?-

    any wonder why there are cracks in the BRICS movement?- and I’m sure there will be even more-

    I guess the only straw of hope I can continue to hold on to is Edgar Cayce’s statement: “the hope for the world will emerge out of Russia”- or is this grasping at more straws?- I just simply don’t know-


    • Joseph P. Farrell on September 19, 2013 at 1:31 pm

      Oh I certainly don’t think the BRICSA entente is entirely benevolent either… much of it is in response to growing awareness of the out-of-control nature of the Anglosphere’s power elite… but there are powerful internal stresses within the BRICSA group

  2. Frankie Calcutta on September 18, 2013 at 8:17 am

    It always seemed to me Pakistan and China were armed to the teeth with WMDs by the demons just in case the genie ever got out of the bottle in India and an Albigensian type crusade needed to be lead against them. That genie being spiritual alchemy achieved on a societal level, white magic weaponized on a grand scale to compete with the bankster’s black magic, and possibly the restoration of advanced technology gleaned from the ancient Sanksrit texts. Maybe along with this– the rise of an Indian leader who aims to restore Dharma and Vedic culture on a global scale while vanquishing the demons, as was done by many of the alleged Indian/Aryan avatars in the days of old.

    • jedi on September 18, 2013 at 9:22 am

      bang on…..

      have a watch of the new flick “Jobs” for an apologist view of there black magic…lots of esoteric goodies and also “now you see me”.
      It seems they were trying to help us, and not line there pockets and corrupt and filthily our peoples….you see it was our fault, the floride, the shit education, the polution, the wars, the scams, the propoganda, the fear mongering…..not wanting to live with them is more like it.

      demons btw are priests.

      control the oil you control nations, control the food you control the people. Henry Kissinger, ..first control the money Dr Strange then you control the souls

  3. johnycomelately on September 17, 2013 at 5:00 pm

    The China India conflict is a ruse, the natural borders and different populations make the conflict moot. The previous skirmishes were utterly useless, much like the Soviet Sino conflict.

    The threat of conflict is being used to force India into industrialization as it must become the powerhouse of the South Asian Union, the only issue left is breaking up Pakistan. Separating the Afgan Pashtuns from Pakistan was a major success, while Balochistan and civil conflict is the next order of issue (those returning Jihadis are going to be mightily pissed).

    India is so utterly useless that their last attempt at making a domestic tank failed because it was too wide! Thats why so much technology and employment is being transfered, they’re already behind the 8 ball.

    The Eu is already a fait accompli, with Germany taking the center, all that is left is to break up Great Britain (Scottish and Welsh independence), mass immigration and destroying the London exchange.

  4. yourgoldteeth on September 17, 2013 at 4:50 pm

    Technology transfer from the USA & Israel? I can just see them over at the State Dept, giggling and rubbing their hands together contemplating what this is going to stir up between India and China.

  5. DownunderET on September 17, 2013 at 2:23 pm

    The BRICSA nations might be keeping a close eye on each other, but the main game is to checkmate the Anglo-American elites, aka the IMF and the World Bank.
    Old wounds can be re-opened but they do no good to both parties, bad memories wont go away, but the will to “keep the group” together is the power that they will strive to achieve.
    The elites will take no prisoners to achieve their goals, but it seems they forgot one thing, the people. Once the masses have woken up to the same old game plan, then the jig is up.

  6. John Q. on September 17, 2013 at 1:30 pm

    Keep an eye on where the smartmoney moves in regards to developments here. We might be able to surmise what Western strings are tied where in the notoriously corrupt Indian government.

    And depending on the course and period of any escalating tension between India and China—with regard to any evident Western influence—we may glean insight into the nature of recent and impending maneuvers in The Great Game.

    • Joseph P. Farrell on September 17, 2013 at 1:38 pm

      A penetrating insight John Q., thank you for sharing it!

  7. henry on September 17, 2013 at 11:20 am

    I once saw an ancient painting on some blog few years ago, it’s a Tibetan painting hosted in Japan, allegedly the depicted structure is a “stargate”. I wasn’t sure about that claim, but the structure does look like something “technological”. Then I noticed the writings on that painting are Chinese characters which caused me to wonder about its origin.
    -In October of 763, the Tubo army invaded and occupied the Tang capital for fifteen days during which they looted the entire city on a massive scale.
    -Rin-chen-skyabs, a disciple of Phags-pa and a trusted advisor to Kublai was given the post to administer the newly conquered Southern Song during which he was responsible for arguably one of the largest tomb raiding in Chinese history, some 100 plus tombs including imperial tombs were looted. Certain “Tibetan” paintings could have come from some of these historical lootings.
    Some of ancient Buddhist paintings found in pre-Tubo China do indeed contain sophisticated knowledges. For instance, a scientist once told William Henry “the ancient drawing is a blueprint for a particle accelerator”.
    Rin-chen-skyabs massive tomb raiding coincided with the Venetian spy, Marco Polo’s visit to the court of Kublai.
    But there is another overlooked history during the reign of Kublai, i.e. Kublai’s repeated attempts at conquering Japan.
    -Interestingly, the Japanese history books claim that a Buddhist monk named Il Yun caused the wind by chanting which contributed to the defeat of Mongol invasion forces, the story became the foundation for “kamikaze” or “Divine wind”.
    -Another contributing factor to Kublai’s failure is many Chinese in the Mongol expedition force defected to Japan, the Japanese killed all Mongols and Koreans they captured but spared the Chinese was due partly to the fact not only there were high profile Southern Song figures seeking refuge in Japan, the Japanese Buddhist circle also had good relationship with Buddhists in China , even some of the Buddhist teachers in Japan at the time were from China. The adoption of Neo-Confucianism in Japan is argubly the result of this Japan-Southern Song connection.
    Now jumping back to the 21st century, and contemplating about the idea that “the covert antiquities war is continued post-war activity of the Ahnenerbe itself”, a thought crossed my mind, what if this “covert antiquities war” has been going on for much longer?
    As noted in “Nazi International”, the Nazis had hundreds of Tibetan monks working for them, presumably translating ancient texts.
    What if the third Reich wasn’t defeated, does it still require the service of the lamas? What if Bush Jr’s interests in India is more than India’s arms race with China?
    Again, it makes me wonder just what exactly are these “tomb raiders” looking for?

    • Don B on September 17, 2013 at 2:37 pm

      Very interesting Henry. I served in various parts of the Far East in the early 60s and found out in no uncertain terms that the Japanese and Koreans were not good friends!

      I don’t know about the Bushes but the Rothies are deeply into India and China.


      • henry on September 17, 2013 at 10:55 pm
        Is it little wonder the Nazis are interested in Tibet?
        When talking about historical tensions between India and China, i suspect the border dispute may have something to do with the reason behind “Nazi Tibet expedition”. The colonial Indian government were involved in relic transfer from China to Britain, and they were part of the British-french forces invaded Beijing responsible for the destruction of Old Summer Palace and lootings of its vast historical treasures, that’s why during the 1962 border skirmishes, the Chinese literally said it’s payback time for what India did to China under the British.

        This week’s Benjamin Fulford report is interesting to me
        – It mentions bio-weapons labs in Central Asia as the Satanists still want to carry out their mass depopulation plan. This piece of information reminded me of an internet rumor in 2009, that Central Asia was the destination of American registered airplane allegedly carrying bio-weapons that “crashed” at Shanghai airport. Coincidentally, before and after the Russian G20, the Chinese president visited the Central Asian countries and made several deals on gas imports.
        There were some “unprecedented” things happened this year in China,
        -The record high heat and record flood in one of its main agriculture base bordering the Russian far east.
        -record air pollution in many cities as large area of China was engulfed by heavy haze.
        Not only these “record breaking” phenomenon are indictive of weather modification on a massive scale.
        The heavy haze could be the result of artificially created low pressure, a condition prone to massive bio-weapons attack if the plan sticks with the blueprint revealed in Moonraker in which depopulation chemicals were to be dispersed from above. The timing of Fulford’s revelation of secret bio-weapons laboratories in Central Asia coincided with recent visits to Central Asia by Xi Jinping.
        But it also mentions something about his Holiness.
        “The Dalai Lama has also been buying lots of real estate in Portugal recently, a possible indication this high-level-demon-pretending-to-be-a-holy-man expects he will soon no longer be welcome in Asia, MI5 sources speculate.”
        Northern India suffered heavy rain while John Kerry was visiting the country. There was also that fishy Indian submarine explosion suspected to be a sabotage. To me these events are Indictive of someone using high-tech means to pressure the Indians.
        The key to future India-China relationship also depends on how India handle the issue of his Holiness, which has all sorts of strings attached to CIA and Nazis.
        Not saying the Satanists have no strings in China, as matter of fact, recent events in China demonstrated to me there is heavy cabal influence via the Shanghai faction. Namely Henry Kissinger’s recent trip to China as he had a meeting with former Chinese leader, also the leader of Shanghai faction. The prosecution of Bo Xilai to me is manifestation of this intense internal conflict going on in China right now, and the allegations against Bo have all sorts of weird parties involved, from American consulate, British businessman to France.
        They are trying to stir up tensions between different factions as well as different nations, “divide and conquer”.

        • jedi on September 18, 2013 at 7:22 am

          The Summer palace was looted was it….hmm, was it there that the emperor died en route from the invasion of the forbidden city?

          Imagine the antiquities still buried and waiting to be found in Asia, including Khans final resting place.

  8. Robert Barricklow on September 17, 2013 at 8:28 am

    By the Bye
    Wonder what the Yard Shooting was REALLY about?

    • jedi on September 17, 2013 at 8:57 am

      removing guns from citizens…and stir up racial tensions.

      The old play book must be quite tattered, whi8ch when you think about it tells me “they” didnt write it.

  9. jedi on September 17, 2013 at 8:18 am

    they wouldnt try a 5th column attack would they…..ole pooh bear better get his hand out of the honey jar or perhaps this angle is ….part of the plan, the ole double cross, followed by the swift triple blow……that would be a real shocker that would leave im awe struck.

    In my neck of the woods, some uncle beheaded his niece, right around the corner and nobody batted an eyelash…..just one of those things they do.

  10. Robert Barricklow on September 17, 2013 at 8:18 am

    If ine where to walk the cat back on India’s terrorist, the litter box, is more than likely to be stamped made in the USA(fine print written in some tax haven, although the usa is a great tax haven).
    The same goes for Pakistan’s woes.
    In fact, the British & USA make a good team. They pit India against Pakistan and reap what they sow from both fields of destruction. But, alas, its just the tip of the echelon’s spear in their intelligence-finance/off-the-books off-shore black/ops side of the ledger/plan book.
    Who knows how deep the rabbit=hole actually goes?

    I’am always suspicious of the alternate/choice close. But, there’s always the jokers in the deck, that can recruit others, to-turn the public-open side of the game back ON: Damn the torpedoes Full Speed Ahead!

  11. DanaThomas on September 17, 2013 at 5:26 am

    We may well see more and more of the “divide et impera” approach by western oligarchs against the opposition… starting from the historic “areas of tension” such as the Indian borders…

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