It was a few years ago today that the Berlin wall came down, and Germany was on course for reunification, the final end to the final legacy of the tragic course that the world embarked upon 90 years ago today... The event has gone down in history as the Beer Hall Putsch. On this day, a small group of people - prominent leaders of the National Socialist German Workers' Party, gathered in a Munich beer hall, and marched to overthrow the state government of Bavaria. They were gathered around their leader, Adolf Hitler.

We know the result of that event. Hitler and several of his prominent henchmen, including Rudolf Hess, were rounded up and put on trial. Hitler and Hess were sent to Landsberg prison, where they were incarcerated for a few months in relative comfort. There, Hess dutifully acted as amanuensis to Hitler, as the latter dictated his turgid magnum opus, Mein Kampf, the book that was to become to the Nazi Party what Mao's red book became to the Chinese Communists. Other people that participated in the march, such as World War One General Erich Ludendorff, simply fled the scene. Ludendorff, lest we forget, was the principal architect of Imperial Germany's victory over Russia at the battle of Tannenberg in 1914, a battle that began the long slow deterioration and dissolution of imperial Russia.  Ludendorff was also, along with Field Marshal Hindenburg, the real  power running Imperial Germany in the last two years of the war. The Kaiser had been reduced to a figurehead. In effect, Ludendorff was the dictator of Germany during the final years of the war, and he was also the principal architect of the the 1918 German offensives that nearly broke the back of the Western Allies. He was a ready and willing conspirator 90 years ago today, whispering into the ears of Adolf Hitler and the Nazi leadership about a "stab in the back."

Ludendorff was not, of course, the source or origin of the infamous Nazi myth. But he certainly helped to fuel events. 1923, if the truth be told, was a disastrous year for Germany. Under the terms of the disastrous Treaty of Versailles, Germany was made to accept the complete guilt for World War One, and was forced to pay for it. All of it. When these payments could not be met, Poincare's France occupied the Ruhr valley, Germany's industrial heartland, from 1922-1924 in order to force payments.  Imagine, for a moment - depending on where you are - foreign troops occupying Sheffield, Stoke-on-Trent, Liverpool, Moscow, Detroit(when it was still the "auto capital of the world"), or Yokohama, and demanding immediate payment of debts your country can no longer afford to pay.  From a certain point of view, World War One was essentially nothing but a siege of Germany, and the Ruhr occupation was in a sense nothing but the continuation of the siege.

In desperation, the Germans in the Ruhr simply striked, bringing everything to a standstill, and making things worse.

Debt was spiraling out of control, a weak government was paralyzed and unable to deal with the crisis, political discourse had broken down into hardened ideological positions unable and unwilling to negotiate or compromise. Armed thugs roamed the streets. Political assassinations sky-rocketed. Approximately 400 assassinations surrounded the career of Hitler alone as he came to power, raising the question of whether he gained power, or merely was sucked into a vacuum he was designed to fill.

But whatever the case...

...By the 16th anniversary of the Beer Hall Putsch, Hitler was in power, and World War Two was a little over a month old. By November 9, 1940, France had been eliminated, and most of Europe was firmly under the Nazi jackboot. It would take another four and a half years, and the combined effort of the three other world powers, rivers of blood, and an enormous cost in treasure, to put the Nazi regime down.

Skyrocketing debt, a weak government, sclerotic political parties, a disenfranchised middle class, out of control international corporate and banking corruption...

...and a demagogue in the wings...

Lest we forget.

See you on the flip side.

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. Frankie Calcutta on November 11, 2013 at 5:36 pm

    I often wonder how much of Hitler’s wrath was the result of of a desire to hide the secrets of his sex life. Was the Night of Long Knives really just a means to silence some of the pillow talk Hitler may have shared with a male lover like Ernst Romm? Was the anschluss with Austria just an excuse by Hitler to use the German security apparatus to round up some his former Austrian flop house bedfellows? Will history repeat itself when closet lesbian Hillary Clinton becomes the American Empress? Will new wars and more domestic tyranny really just be the consequence of her frustrated sexuality? Will we see lesbians in high places share the fate of Ernst Romm? Or will Hillary’s frustrated sexuality drive her to more noble heights and impel her liberate other sexually repressed women of the world like the women of Saudi Arabia? Does Hillary Clinton believe her crusade for Women’s liberation and gay rights give her the Mandate From Heaven to conquer the world?

    I also wonder how the Germans would fare in a war where they are indisputably the victim and the underdog. Will this moral high ground give the German people not only the inducement to finally win a war against the anglosphere but the blessings of the Gods? Or were the Gods destroyed when a multitude of hydrogen bombs were detonated by the anglosphere in Earth’s upper atmosphere? Could it be that the minions of the demon yahweh were not just testing hydrogen bombs in the Van Allen belt but in actuality were targeting the gods of Valhalla?

  2. Sagnacity on November 11, 2013 at 3:26 pm


    no goggle doesn’t yield a result that seems to apply.

  3. LSM on November 10, 2013 at 12:48 pm

    if I may just interject a few thoughts here that may slightly be off-topic:

    I always found it strange (or not) that the German reunification occured on the exact same date as Crystal Night; coincidence?- am not so sure as I don’t believe in the concept of coincidence-

    ca. 2 yrs. ago a former co-worker on a brief substitute basis told me he had read that the Berlin Wall was erected upon the insistence of the WEST (!)-

    even before I ever questioned anything (time of German reunification) I always wondered how after the reunification the complicated German auto license plate beaurocracy (at least a hundred if not more denotations) sealed seemlessly together (as if all of this had been planned long before); in Germany one’s plate nr. initially consists of 1-3 letters denoting the abbreviated district/county name where the car is registered and the number of letters is determined by the population of the district- just some short examples: H (Hannover), HH (Hanseatic Hamburg), F (Frankfurt), FR (Freiburg), L (Lahn-Dill Kreis/district)- out of more than over a hundred district abbreviated names only 1 abbreviated name had to be changed after the reunification: L for Lahn-Dill Kreis suddenly became LDK and L was given to Leipzig (former East Germany)-

    most Germans are stumpted as to why most funds are turning former East German areas into palaces while areas of infrastructure in the west are grossly neglected-

    ” Ludendorff was also, along with Field Marshal Hindenburg, the real power running Imperial Germany in the last two years of the war”- this doesn’t seem to be anomylous- if Eustace Mullins is to be given credibility he stated in a 90’s interview on Rense that (and I no the following initialy sounds completely absurd) Avril Harriman was sent to the USSR to prop up Stalin because Stalin was a mental wreck after the Nazi invasion- maybe false, maybe true- I don’t know-

    stay well all-

    Larry in Germany

  4. Elm on November 10, 2013 at 2:49 am

    During the Weimar period, the 400 or so political assassinations, viewed by “the powers” as a German “internal problem,” were linked by author Paul Winkler to a resurrection of the “Holy Fehme,” and their only sentence, death.

    Read THE THOUSAND-YEAR CONSPIRACY & about the Fehme murders here…

    • DanaThomas on November 10, 2013 at 8:47 am

      The Winkler book is interesting but should be taken with a hefty “grain of salt” since it came out in wartime and might well be part of the “psyops” production. What is curious is that in later Allied history and/or propaganda, all mention of the roles of secret societies in German politics seems to disappear, maybe to support the myth that the whole problem had been neatly solved by Nuremberg. Or at least until the relatively recent phenomenon of research and publications on “esoteric nazism”.

      • Don B on November 10, 2013 at 2:29 pm

        Agree Dana. The book is one dimensional propaganda. Might be helpful to review the writer’s background, um. Nothing about the big bankers, who have the ability to print their own money and buy and sell private armies.


      • Elm on November 10, 2013 at 10:26 pm

        Often books written closer to the events, like Der Fuhrer by Konrad Heiden for instance, contain a more vivid kernel of truth. The point is, from a perspective of spontaneity & clarity, there is less time for obfuscation. It may well be, whereas Knights Templar are often mentioned, the Teutonic Knights & associated villains deserve a closer examination.

  5. duncan mckean on November 9, 2013 at 8:35 pm

    in a way don’t you think the meaning of value is akin to i cannot experience you experiencing yourself? we choose value or contrive it?super impose material goods..we also have a desperate propensity to believe in the cult of personality.maybe we contrive the outcome also? do we create the illusion of power?
    syntax vs. semantics.?

    • jan deen on November 10, 2013 at 2:36 am

      duncan– I certainly agree with you that we now live in a human era where language and its use in the essence of our inability to tie our collective shoe strings. In a very real sense we are given an ultimatum to “grow up” as a species or live out a painful collective extermination. The illusion is that what we call power is not the True Power, as it appears to us as individuals:consciousness and chakra illumination, if you accept that clumsy term. How to convey individual sanity to collective psychosis , there’s the rub. The media used properly could go a long way.

  6. DownunderET on November 9, 2013 at 2:27 pm

    “Skyrocketing debt, a weak government, sclerotic political parties, a disenfranchised middle class, out of control international corporate and banking corruption”
    I think Joseph is trying to tell us something in this blog, it seems that history repeats itself in many ways. If the US doesn’t start to turn things around, they are going to end up like Venice, and courtesy of Joseph’ latest book “The Financial Vipers of Venice”, we now know what happened to Venice.

    The true story revealed in “Babylon Banksters” is ironic to say the least.

    • Sagnacity on November 9, 2013 at 3:05 pm

      And in the USA that means increasing taxes, particularly on the wealthy, and it means the government runs medical insurance, like in Canada and Australia. And that means that when people use things like the internet or an airport, they realize taxes pay for these things.

      Also it means laws saying you can’t discriminate against say black people or those of Japanese ancestry.

      That means the prosecution of people like GWBush, Obama, Cheney, and the head of the NSA, right I could add other names to this list.

      It also means that the government passes environmental laws that are respected, because they’re good for everyone, even if you think it doesn’t apply to your particular situation.

      • DaphneO on November 9, 2013 at 3:30 pm

        Sagnacity, Obamacare is nothing like Australia’s Medicare.

        You have the option (if you have the money) to buy private insurance and a lot of people do. Then there’s the other option. And it’s free. Those on the free list may have to wait quite awhile for elective surgery and you can’t count on your own doctor.

        But this medicare plan seems to be working pretty well as I see it.

        • Sagnacity on November 10, 2013 at 3:37 pm


          Read what I wrote: Medicare, both Canadian and US, is government run medical insurance.

          I wrote nothing about Obamacare, why bring it up?

  7. marcos toledo on November 9, 2013 at 11:13 am

    And the marching morons still want to stay in the Empire business. And starve the rest of us trying to maintain it. I wonder what American version of the guillotine will be these idiots deserve it.

  8. Luso on November 9, 2013 at 8:51 am

    Indeed, 9-11…

    “Gregorian, day-month-year

    This little-endian sequence is common to the vast majority of the world’s countries.

    Nine – Eleven.

  9. QuietRiot on November 9, 2013 at 7:21 am

    Other interest date correlations, provided to us by the German Foreign Office Twitter account…

    mentions pogroms and the wall…

    9Nov’38 one of the darkest days in German history. 9Nov’89 one of the happiest days in our recent history. Read more

    Saturday, November 9, 2013 at 5:26:54 AM

    • QuietRiot on November 9, 2013 at 8:12 am

      Shades of Dark Mission. Hoagland pointed out that the NAZIs love commemorative dates. The Putsch, the Pogrom, The Wall. And let’s remember what the transposition of 11/9 is to put it in the context of American History.

  10. Sagnacity on November 9, 2013 at 6:26 am

    “By the 10th anniversary of the Beer Hall Putsch, Hitler was in power, and World War Two was a little over a month old.” Um, when did World War Two start?

    “skyrocketing debt”, sure that really started with Ronny Reagan, and he and the other sinner GWBush sure engaged in far more imperial misadventures than Obama and Obama deserves the peace prize just as much as Henry Kissinger, so not.

    • Joseph P. Farrell on November 9, 2013 at 6:34 am

      lol…you’re right… a Brain **** on my part…lol

      • Joseph P. Farrell on November 9, 2013 at 6:42 am

        as for your comments re Reagan/Bush, no argument from me… though I’d place the spiraling debt more at the feet of FDR and LBJ, and the fraud in the financial system REALLY takes off under Reagan Bush. But as for Obama deserving any accolades, he gets none from me.

        • Sagnacity on November 9, 2013 at 10:39 am

          I’d like to see some evidence for the claims about FDR (separate some speculative hidden international finance system). Back in the 1930s the US ran trade surpluses with the entire world.

          I believe the federal deficit (not the total debt) was near zero in 1968.

          Right the total debt when Jimmy Carter left office was about nine hundred billion.

          And I wasn’t giving Obama any accolades, though I can imagine easily the debt that Romney would have run up. And the land invasion of Syria he’d have started.

          Then I remind you that Palin and McCain wanted to start a shooting war with Russia over the misbehavior of Georgia in the fall of 2008. So in contrast…

        • Robert Barricklow on November 9, 2013 at 4:38 pm

          In the 1930s and 1940s, the Reconstruction Finance Corporation was America’s Larget Coprporation. It was a remarkable credit machine that allowed government to fund the new deal and WW11 without turning to congress or the taxpayers for appropriations. It generated massive infrastructure and development all across the country, while returning a profit to the government. Yet this model for what might be done is rarely mentioned in the media today.
          In 1953, the RFC was abolished by an act of Congress as an independent agency, and in 1957, it was totally disbanded. The very success of the RFC -America’s largest corporation and the world’s largest banking organization-may have been its nemesis. Without the emergencies of depression and war, it was too-poerful a competitor of private business.
          Roosevelt wanted to keep it going and use it for a Second Bill of Rights.
          But …he was suicided.

      • jedi on November 9, 2013 at 10:55 am

        ww2 officially started in 33 with Japans invasion into Manchuria.

        weird though 10 years after the beer hall ………all is matrix

        • Sagnacity on November 9, 2013 at 12:24 pm


          No it didn’t.

          By your logic, and I bet this occurs, some Nazi apologist could say that France sending occupying forces into the Ruhr valley in the early 1920s was the start.

          • jedi on November 11, 2013 at 6:25 am

            yes it did…..and the night of broken glass, the balcony of illusions ….ring any bells?

          • Sagnacity on November 11, 2013 at 7:41 am


            The night of broken glass didn’t involve an invasion of any nation and didn’t happen in the 1920s.

            Have no idea to what the “balcony of illusions” refers. And a Google search didn’t answer that question.

          • jedi on November 11, 2013 at 3:19 pm

            that is odd that goggle doesnt work for you….very odd.

          • Sagnacity on November 11, 2013 at 3:28 pm



            no goggle doesn’t yield a result that seems to apply.

          • jedi on November 11, 2013 at 6:08 pm

            my goggle does….algorithms…computers…i wonder if god is the light, and light travels carrying information, why my light would yield, and yours would not?

            That should make you wonder, and I will not tell you the answer

    • Frankie Calcutta on November 11, 2013 at 4:48 pm


      1) Dr. Farrell is correct in stating that WWII started roughly 10 years after the Beer Hall Putsche. That is when world jewry declared war on Nazi Germany. Read the headlines for yourself:

      2) I can’t believe you actually type the word “um.” Are you really a teenage girl? I wouldn’t be surprised if you were sitting on your bed right now surrounded by your favorite stuffed animals and Justin Beiber posters, chewing bubble game, text messaging your friends and painting your toe nails. All the more intriguing that you would have the wherewithal to post on this website when your head must be filled with thoughts of boys, clothes, shopping, etc. You are an impressive young lady. My hats off to you. You have a bright future… if you can just learn to use more adult grammar, you will go far.

      • QuietRiot on November 11, 2013 at 5:05 pm

        Now Now. One of the reasons I like this site is the perceptive comments posted here and the minimus of schlock and drive bys. While I admit that Sagnacity posts do not interest me that much, they are useful in that they “get ‘the players out of the dugout.” The Night of the Broken Glass was Germany declaring war in response to the Jewish interests declaring war on it…. and declaring war on zero-point debt freedom. Is debt free currency a kind of release of Zero Point Money from the metaphor?

        I do, however, ask all to avoid flaming each other. It’s impossible to think when one is overcome with emotion. These are not either or situations; but in the spirit of Toth, Bruno, Hermes T, and our very own Joseph; they are “both/and”. Which means that the partial-d Sag… applies is fine by me.

        The link you posted on jewry declaring war was most interesting.

      • jedi on November 11, 2013 at 5:50 pm

        I wonder if it is social engineering or possibly genetic….I read somewhere that sexually transmitted diseases are passed onto too children for 4 generations, with horrific degradations……and then in the bible, “they” use a trojan horse, without a condom….could it be all esoterically written, and the 2nd coming would be…..dna not corrupted…

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