...Say that again please?

Well, I will in a moment. But first, thanks to all those that shared this article. During my normal surfing through RT's website I found this intriguing article, and emailed it to myself. I could have saved myself the time and effort, for when I did check my emails, so many of you had seen the same thing that it was one of those things I just had to blog about. Frankly, it was my intention to talk about this on News and Viewsbut the past couple of days I've been laid out with another bad sinus, so this will have to do.

So, what exactly are we talking about, and what, if any, are the high-octane-speculation implications of it?

Well, first, consider this:

Russian military: 'Space troops not yet ready to fight aliens’

Now, if you've been following the previous few weeks' worth of diplomatic back-and-forth between John Ketchup Kerry and Vladimir Putin, you'll have noted that in spite of the USSA's best attempts to bomb Syria, the Russians were just not going to have it, and backed this message up by beefing up their naval presence in the region, and cannily arguing for a negotiated end to the situation. More on that later (and most likely, in another blog). Now, in the context, appears this article...

...with a nifty display of the air defense system that Mr. Putin has indicated Russia could deploy to that country. Message: Send your missiles and planes, and we'll shoot them down. The geopolitical context of the piece, then, seems clear.

But then there's these intriguing statements at the very beginning of the article:

"Despite being called Russia’s space troops, they are not ready to deal with invasions by aliens from outer space, according to a statement by a Russian defense official.

"In a surprising move, an apparently serious journalist raised this question of extraterrestrial security during a media conference at the Titov Main Test and Space Systems Control Center near Moscow, Russia’s main satellite control center.

“'So far we are not capable of that. We are unfortunately not ready to fight extraterrestrial civilizations,' the center’s deputy chief Sergey Berezhnoy explained.

“'Our center was not tasked with it. There are too many problems on Earth and near it,' he added. (Emphasis in the original)

So, according to Mr. Berezhnoy, the defense against ET simply falls outside of the missile-space defense center's "mission brief," presumably because "So far we are not capable of that," and "not ready to fight extraterrestrial civilizations."

Any way one slices it, it's a rather astonishing set of statements for someone in Mr. Berezhnoy's position to make on the record. I've pointed out here, and more recently in Covert Wars and the Clash of Civilizations, that the Russians have long been aware of the evidence for some advanced civilization in distant antiquity, leaving its relics around the solar system. The Russian astronomer Shklovski wrote a breathtaking book, Intelligent Life in the Universe, translated into English by his American counterpart Carl Sagan, in the 1960s, in which he presented serious physics considerations of why Mars' moon Phobos might be artificial. Shklovski's work was more recently highlighted in a series of papers on his website by Richard C. Hoagland. But they didn't stop there. Other Soviet astronomers and scientists suggested similar hypotheses for our own Moon (!), and it was the Soviets who shared the now famous photos of "something" that apparently took out their Martian Phobos II probe.

In this context, the article takes on a significance rather different from the geopolitical one here on Earth. The phrase "so far we are not capable of that" suggests that the Russians may be making good on Mr. Medvedev's indication - one month before the Chelyabinsk meteor/bollide incident - that Russia would develop its own capability to shoot threatening asteroids apart. Let also be recalled that this was in the context of remarks that this would be done by using thermonuclear bombs or "some other means", rather like the scenario I outlined at the beginning of my book The Cosmic War.  T

Mr. Berezhnoy's comment, "Our center was not tasked with it" suggests that, in typical Russian bureaucratese, that at least he considered the "tasking" with that "mission brief" a viable military objective, and the comment "We are unfortunately not ready to fight extraterrestrial civilizations" suggests, oddly, that this is something of a cause of regret for the man in charge of the Russian space defense center. Regret implies an actual threat...

So, there appear to be messages all over this article, messages that suggest that Russia continues to have a very watchful eye not only on the West, but on the heavens overheard. It also suggests that, for the moment, they're not saying much more...

...but it also suggests that they could. And maybe this is why the Russians are talking about space defense, and extraterrestrial civilizations, maybe, extraterrestrial civilizations that can lob asteroids:

Asteroid near-miss reported by Russian scientists

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. charleswatkins on October 7, 2013 at 12:40 pm

    Just wanted to let you know that I received ‘Vipers’ from Amazon on Friday. Cheers.

  2. ILJA on October 7, 2013 at 1:51 am

    Ooops,sorry for such confusing presentation of my comment above – it’s just happened to be the very first time I wrote from smartphone and it didn’t seem easy :))

  3. ILJA on October 6, 2013 at 4:53 pm

    Hi Dave. I personally began having issues with these statements by Dr.Rosin of did von Braun allegedly said to her our public potwith the main of them being that nobody but she can confirm her claims.When I had read about. it in a Mr.Farrell’s book I found such manner of his quite strange as for the one who have witnessed nature of the Soviet enemy and headed the project of his life to speak out in a such negligible way (especially,considering his German thourogh scientific thinking) I think of this fragment as of wholly made up.

  4. LSM on October 6, 2013 at 3:06 pm

    in the first 20 yrs. of the space race the Soviets were well ahead of the US despite the US’ accruement (official story) of the best N**i scientists- obviously the Soviets got some also- so who were they?-

    if my read sources are correct Yuri Gargarin was not the 1st astronaut in space; he was the 1st one to survive re-entry- one (or probably more) were before him- the Soviets never publicized their failures-

    interestingly enough (or not) my Russian 65-yr. old co-worker who grew up in the SU stated there was a man in an insane asylumn in Russia claiming to be Yuri Gargarin- YG supposedly died during testing a “plane” that crashed- huh?- flying/testing a PLANE after being an astronaut?!- makes no sense-

    now for the nitty gritty: I don’t remember the source in Dr. Farrell’s books where someone in the US claimed/stated the US has the technology to “send ET home”-fine- and now Russia (always ahead in the space race) say’s it can’t?-

    do read in John Hamer’s “Falsification of History” the bit about the Apollo moon landings then make up your own mind;

    point being: Russians waaay ahead of the US couldn’t reach the moon (US, laging way behind, suddenly could)- now Russia states we can’t fight ET but according to earlier reports the US COULD?- this makes no sense to me whatsoever-

    stay well all-


  5. henry on October 6, 2013 at 4:08 am

    Was Chelyabinsk meteor incident the work of a hostile ET or “ET” civilization?
    What’s with the Russians conducting an “anti-terrorist” military exercise with the Chinese in Chelyabinsk when Snowden was finally granted asylum?
    Perhaps it’s somewhat related to the latest anecdote from NASA?
    after first the venezuelans and now the Indonesians signed agreements on “space exploration” with the Chinese?
    Well, just wondering about the context of this rather unusual Russian gesture.

  6. Sophia on October 5, 2013 at 8:01 pm

    I am inclined, as with Laura Lee, to refer to Dr. Carol Rosin. An alternative interpretation to Dr. F’s i(or variation thereof) is that the Russian’s wanted to send a “discrete” message to the Nazi International (possibly the USSA) that it will oppose or expose the next stage of “the plan” as disclosed by Von B.

    This suggests the Russians suspect that “the plan” is moving to the fear of alien stage. Perhaps the Chelyabinsk meteor was an attempt at the current stage of “the plan” which the Russians thwarted.

    • jedi on October 6, 2013 at 6:52 am

      there is lots of stuff being left on the cutting room floor as the plan moves forward.

      Interestingly when the final resting place of the ore ship, Edmund Fitzgerald was discovered, at the exact spot was a ancient Russian ore ship discovered, the sailors perfectly preserved in there red and white uniforms…..and all those ancient copper mines that were discovered around the great lakes. ……coincidence? or part of the plan?

      • Robert Barricklow on October 6, 2013 at 11:20 am

        As Goldfinger sez when coincidence goes beyond twice, it’s enemy action. So Goldinger must have seen action – all over hell and back.

        (by the way, when I posted earlier[hrs ago], I got/…spam bot)

        • jedi on October 6, 2013 at 11:39 am

          sorry doc….about the foul language

        • jedi on October 6, 2013 at 12:08 pm

          • Tim H on October 7, 2013 at 12:47 pm

            The Village People!? Methinks you’re sending messages…

  7. marcos toledo on October 5, 2013 at 2:40 pm

    I supposing you mean the United Security States of America. I was thinking the United Stupid States of America given the rogues gallery of dingbats that seem to infest both houses of Congress of late but that has always been the case throughout the history of the USA. Who knows which scum of the universe our elites sign a pact with the devil.

  8. DownunderET on October 5, 2013 at 2:30 pm

    Main stream media and the US government tells us there “ain’t no aliens”, so why ask such a stupid question. The question begs something else and in my opinion the ET subject is getting more ink everyday.

    Slowly but surely, the subject is being talked about and for years it has been vebotten for the media. I like to think that the opinion of Richard Dolan is true, and he says that “they cannot keep it hidden forever”, so it’s just a matter of time in his opinion.

    Oh, and I’m not on the “Disclosure” bandwagon.

  9. John Q. on October 5, 2013 at 10:01 am

    I actually just submitted an email to Dr. Farrell regarding another publication of these comments, which I’ll reiterate here:

    These comments may affix a very specific context to the recent Russian rhetoric regarding the need for an ASSteroid Defense System, with regards to whom, exactly, Russian (BRICSA?) Intel may view as the imminent threat in Space.

    Russia’s historical wisdom aside, what if specific intelligence indicates that the nature of the most immediate threat is not extraterrestrial at all—it just happens to be operating in “near-Earth Space.”

    Short of the long, what if this a rhetorical attempt to monkeywrench some imminent ApocalypsE.T.heatre?

  10. Laura Lee on October 5, 2013 at 9:15 am

    Sergey Berezhnoy may be feeling not so much regret that he has not been tasked with the necessary mission, as regret that his agency has not been blessed with the requisite budget. The man IS a bureaucrat, after all. On the subject of fighting space aliens, I will always refer to the information provided by Dr. Carol Rosin, that is, it’s a social engineering meme, thanks. And that of Douglas Dietrich, who saw the classified materials relating to Roswell and the true abuse of WW II’s designated “enemy aliens,” the many Japanese prisoners of war. As the previously unnamed source of “Art’s Parts” he reports Linda Moulton Howe’s findings of those as terrestrial (Japanese) aluminum to put the nails in the coffin of the Roswell Faith. (A faith founded, like the Temple of Set, by PsyOps Col (ret) Michael Aquino, the first Satanic Chaplain of the U.S. Army.)

    • Dave Walton on October 5, 2013 at 11:30 am

      Hi Laura

      One thing I always found intriguing about the social engineering meme passed onto us by Dr. Rosin, WHY did Dr. Wernher von Braun say these things to Dr. Rosin? There could be more to this than meets the eye.

    • Don B on October 7, 2013 at 8:42 am

      Laura, I think you are spot on. This control grid has been in place long before the 2nd world war.


  11. Robert Barricklow on October 5, 2013 at 7:27 am

    There is certainly “stealth” going on in plain sight. There is alot of messages being parlayed about in “symbolic” language that can read read between the lines. And alot is being lost in translation. These “aliens” may be terrestials that have gone off world in some sense of the word, and are using advanced technologies to mask their identities. The questions don’t stop there. Who or whom are “in” on the charade? At what levels? In secret societies? Are, or have ‘they’ infiltrated high levels of organizations, to effect decsions and/or actions? I wonder how they vet?
    Too many questions, and not enough answers.

    More telling tea leaves please.

  12. basta on October 5, 2013 at 6:34 am

    The last sentence of this paragraph was what most intrigued me:

    ’Our center was not tasked with it. There are too many problems on Earth and near it.’

    I would like Mr. Berezhnoy to elaborate on THAT–though I’m sure it’s hair-raising, to say the least.

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