Once again, folks, Germany is producing "too much" it seems, for the central banksters of the Anglo-sphere.  In this bit of historical deja vu, Joseph comments on the following article from Zero Hedge:


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. superscot on November 16, 2013 at 5:22 pm

    Those who think Germany will be pushed into downsizing her export economy at the behest of external forces are failing to factor in an oft misunderstood aspect of Germanic psychology: that which manifests itself in a pathological resistance to submission when they feel they have the right of way. Be it on the autobahn(!), the battlefield, or, presumably, the global economic arena. This country has undergone a transformational metamorphosis in the last ten years that has made it fashionable again after some 65 odd years for Germans to be German. No longer are they anchored by the guilt of the recent past. Add to that the fact that in many ways these people feel (perhaps not unjustifiably) that they represent the pinnacle of human development and we have before us a force that will not only not back down, but will continue to lead the call for a global realignment of influence. Make no bones about it friends, on this quest, Germania will take a willing Europa with her.

  2. Sagnacity on November 16, 2013 at 7:42 am

    But Germany is abusing its neighbors. Didn’t work out well last time. Particularly when Germany decided it could abuse Russia.

    Impoverishing: Greece, Ireland, Poland, Hungary, Spain and to a lessor extent France, and Italy is one thing, try that with Russia, or even Sweden, Holland and Norway and there’ll be a different reaction.

    • RAJM on November 16, 2013 at 8:42 am

      Yes, they wont make that mistake again. With Merkle growing up in the old east side she knows the benefits and perils of Russian relationships.

  3. RAJM on November 14, 2013 at 8:22 pm

    The stage is set, who will be the new Iron chancellor? Has Merkle got the minerals for it? Otto Von Bismark mark 2 please stand up. Rule the new Prussian protectorate of Europe whilst realpolitiking with BRIC. Democracy? cannot be trusted, fickle. The Junker elite will rise again and a steady FIRM hand will stabilize this pesky region whilst settling old scores, as Marcus says.

    • DanaThomas on November 16, 2013 at 10:35 am

      Yes despite everything Pan-Germanism still persists, though it is bound to be different from the past as we move from a “terrestrial” to a “cosmic” scenario.
      And the way – after Brazil, now Deutsche Telekom is calling for Germany to have its own internet system…

      • LSM on November 17, 2013 at 11:58 am

        am not sure Deutsche Telekom ever lost its monopoly; although there are various internet/cell phone companies/providers supposedly operating independenly from DK here in Germany, all land lines were initially layed by DK and continue to be under their auspices; any “cheaper” internet/phone line provider has to go through DK’s cables; result: the ‘cheaper’ providers have a much slower internet download rate and your land line is plagued with connection problems (I’ve experienced it myself)-

        as for cell phones here in Germany: only a matter of time until users of non-DK cell phones whose broadcasting towers were built by DK to begin with will continually experience more and more problems until they revert back to directly paying DK-

        stay well Dana-

        Larry in Germany

  4. Prosopography on November 14, 2013 at 7:26 pm

    “… The idea of uniting Europe in a closed trade bloc is no longer shocking if Germany assumes domination over such a bloc-and not France. Belgium, Holland, Switzerland, willingly or by force, will enter this ‘Customs Federation…The first steps the Confederation would take to assure unity of thought and action would be to establish a joint representative body, as well as to organize a common fleet. But of course, both the headquarters of the Federation and its parliamentary seat would be in Germany… Since Germany possesses a greater stock of vital energy and superior economic ability to that of any other nation one may guess which nation would be likely to benefit most from this association…”

    – Selective quotes from Charles Andler’s “The Origins of Pan-Germanism”, published in 1915. Taken from Paul Winkler’s “The Thousand-Year Conspiracy”, pages 15-16.

    I imagine Dr. Farrell recognizes these words as it is through his work that I found Winkler.

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    • jedi on November 14, 2013 at 6:46 pm

      all aboard ……on our maiden voyage, just like the titanic, look out for soul less individuals who are as cold as ice.

      didnt know that JP owned the californium, …….oh and the federal reserve, which was…..a bunch of fraudsters.

  6. Dag from Ringerike on November 14, 2013 at 3:47 pm

    Some inputs to “the grand chessboard”.

    William Engdahl has predicted or suggested that Germany is in a stage, or process, of reorintating themselves away from the anglosphere realm and now tend to lend more to cooperate with Russia and China. This reorientation was expressed by Jim Willie on his recent interview by Greg Hunter and also by Stephen Leeb on Kingworldnews. There is a lot of attention what is going on in the business and what is left in the free market community to this issue.

    Interesting to mention, our newly elected prime minister, Erna Solberg, in her first trip to a foreign country, did not travel to London, but went to Berlin to talk with Angela Merkel. Remember, Norway has been a more or less British protectorate since the early of the last century and this situation has been lasting until today. My interpretation of this travel, there is a new paradigme shift and realisation where the power house of Europe is located, even in the anglophile Norway; not in London, but in Berlin, and it is realization by our political establishment. Realpolitic!

  7. Bear claw Chris Lapp on November 14, 2013 at 1:36 pm

    This is funny. All the talk of the sanctity of free markets coming out of America ends when the Germans start out-selling us. LOL. I thought this was what made capitalism so great? You make products and consumers decide to buy them or not. America decided to import cheap shit from Asia and depend on a finance economy but when that system failed(and almost causes a global depression) they blame the Germans!!! LOL Those god damn Nat-zees!!! LOL

    So yes, the Germans may slow their exports down buy outsourcing production to the BRICs or Southern or Eastern Euros in order to increase influence in these places.Of course, when that happens the Anglo elites will complain that the Germans are gaining too much influence. LOL God damn Huns!!! LOL

    Incidentally this same dynamic occurred before the first world war. Germany was beating Anglo manufacturing across the globe and the Anglo-American elites were quite displeased about this. As one American elite wrote in the early 20th century “Germany Must Parish.”

  8. DownunderET on November 14, 2013 at 1:12 pm

    1)The European Union a bigger laughing stock than the US. I watched yesterday on the German DW news where Jose Manuel Barroso got up and poked a financial stick into Germany’ cage (Merkel) for being tooooooooo good at exporting.

    2)Enter the NSA and their listening to Frau Merkel’ phone.

    3)Frau Merkel has still to form a coalition government, in other words, who’s running the show

    4)Germany wants it’s gold back, but can’t have it just yet.

    5)You cant make this stuff up……………..or can you?

    • DownunderET on November 14, 2013 at 1:28 pm

      Oh, and Ya vee are just vun happy family here in zeee Euro

  9. marcos toledo on November 14, 2013 at 12:38 pm

    Yes Frankie the birth of a new German lead Holy Roman Empire or as it’s named in the first Fulmental Alchemist anime series Central. But they have to wait for the self destruction of France, UK, USA and the Vatican first their old nemesis.

  10. basta on November 14, 2013 at 11:52 am

    This is farce and the Germans know it. They are running the EU show, and if it ever dissolves, it will be from Germany coming off the top, not from collapse on the bottom. They’ll just jettison the project if it becomes too dear (with little regret), leaving the Brussels eurocrats in the lurch and southern Europe to fend for itself.

    Joseph, I know your obsession with Germany, but you should be paying more attention to France, which may just well explode. Hollande is in full meltdown (15% approval) and the latest confidential memo on the pulse of the country taken by the country’s prefets was just leaked to Le Figaro. It reports a pre-revolt tinderbox in the bluntest of terms. Brittany is in full revolt, with red Phyrgian bonnets the latest mode du jour.


    • LSM on November 15, 2013 at 7:25 am

      I agree with most of what you have stated (yes, I think France has been underestimated in the world’s chess game) but the region to watch out for is…the Alsace- has always been a tinder box in the concept of French vs. German but the greatest bone of contention momentarily is the complete erosion of European culture in general being usurped by human Islamic imports (start with most of the workers at the ‘gimongous’ Peugeot car plant near Mulhouse- and all of the continuous car burnings, civil unrest, etc. in Mulhouse/Colmar/Strasbourg, etc.)

      all of my Alsatian friends voted for the far right wing in the last election not because they agree with ideals but because they realised a long time ago that a vote for either of the two conventional parties (as if anyone’s vote really counts- but that’s another subject) would bring no positive change whatsoever-

      just as an aside: one of my life-partners’ customers (the customer works at jet refurbishing facility at the EuroAirport located in the Alsace which simultaneouly serves Switzerland/France/Germany- a situation unique in the world) told my life’s partner about a yr. ago that Hollande’s personal jet (subsidized by French taxes) was being completely refurbished on the inside so that the holes in the trays in front of each elite seat could support a champagne bottle- I know that sounds completely absurd but since when is the cushy life of politicians absurd?

      • basta on November 15, 2013 at 1:13 pm

        Europeans are by now well aware of the Globalist Trojan horse of mssive immigration, and how it is intended to undermine and dissolve the various national identities and cultures and make it easy to usher in the Eurocratic dystopia. Well, that isn’t working so well is it? It is just breeding right-wing radicalism as jobless, sullen, unacculturated immigrant youth rome the throw-away suburbs edging Europe’s major capitals, turning them into no-man’s-lands. Your Alsacian friend should be thankful he or she isn’t in northern Marseilles, now a gangs-‘n-drugs war zone.

        As for Hollande, he is a complete incompetent and his cabinet is a pack of preening, egotistical incompetents. They are foisting a cruel succession of massive new tax programs on a people who are already among the most heavily taxed on earth. The champagne holders don’t surprise me; they are as clueless as Louis XVI and Marie-Antoinette with their “caviar gauche” ways and I doubt Holland will serve out his term.

  11. Frankie Calcutta on November 14, 2013 at 11:06 am

    In my estimation, NATO is the perfect trojan horse for the Holy Roman Empire to conquer the United States. Attack the reserve currency status of the dollar in some fashion, sit back and allow pandemonium to reign in the US as the economy collapses, and then follow with a German led NATO to “restore order” with the magnanimous support of Russian soldiers as well.

    • basta on November 14, 2013 at 11:34 am

      lol. NATO is a Pentagram sock-puppet.

      • Frankie Calcutta on November 14, 2013 at 3:07 pm

        dear basta,

        Haven’t you learned anything from JPF and history these last few post WWII decades? Quietly, patiently, methodically, Germany is achieving all of its territorial objectives and vendettas. A picture speaks a thousand words:

        Notice the salute coming from our commander-in-chief at the recent Chicago NATO summit with Merkel perched above him wearing a self-satisfied, all knowing grin.

        • jedi on November 14, 2013 at 4:04 pm

          reruns of Dallas, and Jr’s still driving a Mercedes…..pretending to be his brothers keeper

          from a evolutionary viewpoint, not having morals gives them the advantage…..too extinction.

        • basta on November 15, 2013 at 12:57 pm

          Dear Frankie,

          I happen live next door and have even once lived there for a while, and I have a good friend works in the NATO HQ; I know full well what goes on. Joseph is right in that Germany is shuffling as fast as it can away from the Anglo-American cabal–but only because it knows (as we all do) that they are criminal psychopaths and they are about to implode of their own fraud, and because it makes things of quality and sells them honestly, it does not need to trade in fraud. Germany is disgusted with the West; no more, no less, and is reasserting its natural influence and rebuilding its eastern links. It would be insane not to be doing what it is now doing.

          As far as NATO is concerned, read Cotrell’s book on Gladio and get back to me.

  12. amunaor on November 14, 2013 at 10:29 am


    Back slowly away from the fraud laden table, while exhibiting the friendly two-finger salute.

    BitCoin for ‘the little people’.

    Joseph, why aren’t you leading the charge here? Where is your BitCoin Donation Button?

  13. DanaThomas on November 14, 2013 at 10:09 am

    Where will this dispute between the European financial oligarchies lead? Earlier this year the Nazi-internationally-inclined had the satisfaction of placing the swastika “trademark” on the new 5-euro note , something that has raised incredibly little comment. The bankster manoeuvers against Greece and Cyprus had a strong German component too. While Germany’s productivity is at least partly the result of mercantilism and bankster support rather than some wondrous “racially-inherent” capacity, it is fairly obvious that in the present context the EU is being held together largely thanks to Germany.
    So for Berlin might just enhance links with Russia with energy tradeoffs. Perhaps quite soon; winter is typically the season when Russia “wields a big stick” over gas supplies to countries in Eastern and Western Europe…

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