Many people have inquired both privately and by way of more direct comments what I think about the current situation in the Ukraine.

Frankly, I scarcely know where to begin, and admittedly, to fully cover this story in the historical depth with which I think it needs to be covered would take not just one blog, nor even several; it would take an entire historical-geopolitical seminar. 

That said, however, what is going on in the Ukraine may be summarized in a simple thesis: the Ukraine is the needed final and essential piece in Washington's game of the encirclement and emasculation of Russia, and as such, it has become the playground for covert operations and quiet backing of what can only be qualified as Neo-Fascist political groups. You'll notice how the troubles in the Ukraine escalated rather dramatically after that nation's recent shift back toward closer cooperation with Moscow. The "opposition" in the Ukraine - for those with an eye on history - recalls the Vlasov Army and German-sponsored "Ukrainian nationalist" - i.e. Fascist - groups in World War Two.

So... enter the two problems - the two flies - in Washington's ointment: Germany, and Russia, and from all signs, these two powers fully intend to be the final arbiters of what happens in the Ukraine.

In short, the Ukraine has now become the battlefield for three competing geopolitical views of eastern Europe, the USA's, Germany's, and Russia's. If this sounds like a bit of uncomfortable deja vu, that's because it is.

But first, the USA's role. Here, once again, our friends at The Daily Bell, are getting it right... at least, partially:

Washington Orchestrated Protests Are Destabilizing Ukraine

Mr. Roberts is entirely correct: the EU(read Germany) has correctly seen that further orchestration of covert opposition in the Ukraine to Washington's Russian encirclement and emasculation policy is shortsighted, though for a different reason than Mr. Roberts advances: the real reason is that an emasculated Russia also means an emasculated Europe and Germany.

For some time now I've been noticing and drawing attention to the fact that Germany's international diplomacy has increasingly followed a traditional pattern of Mitteleuropa Realpolitik, of playing off East against West, while very subtly, and very deliberately, Germany has been positioning itself for a long-term realignment with the East, i.e., with Russia. I have pointed out in this respect Germany's quiet acquisition and deployment of the most advanced military technologies, from advanced diesel-electric-fuel cell submarines (some of which have been sold to Israel with cruise missile launching capability), and its major role in the development and manufacture of France's latest submarine launched thermonuclear ICBM. ('s simply another way of stating that Germany is a "de facto" thermonuclear power. If you've wondered why post-reunification Germany has become such a "player" on the international stage, this is the unstated reason.

But there is a deeper story to this long-term strategic eastward turn, and for those familiar with the history of the post-war Nazi International, it will be a familiar one, for this move was advocated as far back as the beginnings of the Bundesrepublik during the government of Chancellor Konrad Adenauer. It was Adenauer who reminded the nervous foreign ministers of France and the UK that any treaty provision prohibitting German nuclear and thermonuclear weapons development would be subject to the standard of international law, sic res stantibus, as "long as the situation stands," In other words, he was making it clear that Germany reserved the sovereign right to do so if the situation warranted. What we have seen is the acquisition of such technologies via the "Rapallo method". In 1922 Germany and Soviet Russia - the two pariahs of post-World War One Europe - signed the Rapallo Treaty. At the insistence of German General Staff Chief, General Hans von Seekt, a secret protocol was added to the treaty: Germany would develop and test the weapons systems prohibited to her by the Versailles Treaty in Russia.  The same strategy was undertaken by Bonn after World War Two, to great, though largely unknown, effect.

The eastward turn was laid out during World War Two, and pursued and advocated afterward, by the Nazi International, though again, it is a largely unknown story. The steps were simple, if not breathtakingly familiar: create a European customs union, follow it by a currency and political union. Germany would be the dominant power in any such scheme. Once this was done, then slowly pry Europe away from Washington's grip by the "Eastward turn" and the creation of a Europe-Germany-Russian entente that would be an obvious economic and geopolitical powerhouse, and the nightmare of every Anglo-American geopolitician going back to Halford Mackinder in the British Empire.

Now, in corroboration of this, consider the following article (submitted by Mr. K.M.):

Steinmeier visits Russia

One cannot get more direct than the website of the German Foreign Ministry itself, and the implications of this paragraph are clear:

"Steinmeier also reported that the two Foreign Ministers had spent a long time discussing the situation in Ukraine. They were of one mind, he said, on the need for Russian and the EU to talk about long term prospects in Europe in order to prevent any future crisis like the one gripping Ukraine. He said that the crucial thing here was the “reciprocal pledge that each side would ensure greater transparency with regard to its own policy”. Above all, Steinmeier went on, Ukraine must not become a “geopolitical chess match”:

"'What goes on in Ukraine must not be about securing geopolitical spheres of influence. We have to enable the people of Ukraine to choose freely which path they want to take in future."

This announcement clearly has Washington, not Moscow, as its intended target, and is a clear indicator that neither Russia nor Germany will support American unilateralism in the Ukraine. And it occurs within the time frame of the leaking of US State Department official Victoria Nuland's less-than-lady-like comments about the European Union... a comment that was doubtless plucked from the electronic aether either by the Russian intelligence services or Germany's BND, and probably released after the two countries quietly consulted on the merits of doing so...

Ukraine leader to Sochi as Kremlin warns action against "coup"

Ukraine Leak reveals Anglosphere Directed History

Make no mistake, folks, this one is one to watch, for whatever Germany and Russia are able to do in cooperation in the Ukraine, they will also be able to do regarding policy for the rest of Eastern Europe... so in my opinion the bottom line is this: we are watching the very beginning of a new long-range phenomenon in geopolitics unfold. It won't happen over night. There will be fits and starts, but the calls for the repatriation of its gold, the sudden volte face of Germany on the Ukraine, is not, in the wider and more general historical context I have outlined about, sudden at all. It was calculated over six decades ago...

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. terminally skeptical on February 26, 2014 at 7:47 am

    So what if . . . . that alleged bit of eav was eavesdropping staged with Merkel feigning outrage over both the F U remark audible in the link below and the recent NSA “spying” in a double cross that has us thinking Europe and the Anglos are adversaries. They were very much joined at the hip in 2008 with the bonds and derivatives/default swaps and banking fiasco that has since brought austerity. In that context even the gold bullion tension could be viewed as a contrived acrimony.

    Paul Craig Roberts you are right. I’m starting to believe the Ukraine civil strife may be bigger in opposition numbers than I first realized.

  2. terminally skeptical on February 26, 2014 at 12:54 am

    She of “f*** the EU” fame is pitching for support for a government that respects, listens, protects and provides for its people. Wow, how come the Ukraine is slated for goodies in short supply here at home?

  3. sjy1969 on February 20, 2014 at 11:24 am

    Hmmmmm. The EU(readGermany) has just imposed sanctions on Ukraine …

  4. Bear Claw on February 17, 2014 at 8:03 pm

    Is it not comical that the Anglo-American-Israeli power-nexus sponsor Al Qaeda in the middle east and central Asia and neo-Nazis in Ukraine and Russia!!! LOL

    Meanwhile if you turn on FOX News they’ll tell you that America is gallantly fighting against the forces of “Islmo-Fascism” and that Putin is a fascist “Extremist.”

  5. DaphneO on February 17, 2014 at 4:44 pm

    I’ve been waiting for this. Fascinating stuff. Will this bring about the much needed comeuppance of the US?
    I have to hope so. The world is weary of its antics.

  6. LSM on February 17, 2014 at 4:38 pm

    take it for whatever you think it’s worth (have the protests in the Ukraine actually recently stopped?):

    “Already, Russian and other Eastern European special forces have gone to the Ukraine and told the CIA “protesters” there to choose between “vodka, caviar and friendship” or “death.” Perhaps that is why the Ukraine turmoil suddenly stopped”- from Benjamin Fulford’s latest report-

    look, folks, please don’t verbally nail me to a cross/turn my graying hair back to its original black or pull my lower lip over my head for posting this, OK?- but BF has at times actually been right- just took longer than originally predicted-

    and let’s not throw babies out with bath waters-

    stay well all-


    • terminally skeptical on February 17, 2014 at 4:54 pm

      Haha that’s Russia the way we like ’em. Gives us something to push against . . or does it? No, I guess not, not in these times. We’ve got our own brand of ultimatums.

      I too saw the Kerry Cassidy interview with Laura K-J a few years ago. I recall Laura saying that tobacco stimulated production or delivery of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine. Ring a bell?

      Have another question in case you’re still here.

      • LSM on February 18, 2014 at 5:14 am

        “Have another question in case you’re still here”- hey, ts, hope you’re well- just ask at your leisure- but can’t guarantee I’ll be able to give you an enough informed/intelligent enough answer

        • terminally skeptical on February 18, 2014 at 7:46 am

          Knowing what we think we know, although the picture is still quite blurry, regarding the various hidden undeclared powers in the world where does the Holocaust prohibition in Germany fit in? Why does Germany have such a vehement ban on free speech when it comes to voicing an opinion that strays from the official pronouncement both in scope and in scale on the treatment of Jews during The Third Reich?

          As you must know a number of people there have been jailed or imprisoned over going public with their dissenting beliefs.

          What is the behind the scenes dynamic and who stands to gain from this stranglehold and terse efforts to marshal public opinion?

          To be clear, I’m not asking what you personally believe happened during that era.

          All the best.

          • Robert Barricklow on February 18, 2014 at 9:26 am

          • LSM on February 18, 2014 at 5:57 pm

            Hi ts,

            “where does the Holocaust prohibition in Germany fit in? Why does Germany have such a vehement ban on free speech when it comes to voicing an opinion that strays from the official pronouncement both in scope and in scale on the treatment of Jews during The Third Reich?”

            “As you must know a number of people there have been jailed or imprisoned over going public with their dissenting beliefs”-

            ooh, Lordy, I wish I had the answer to this (a publishable one)- am still trying to connect dots myself- and the longer I live, read and research the more even more dots appear; including putting dots together from my own previous private life- too bad I was too stupid in my youth to question/realize what I was sometimes dealing with- but hind sight is 20/20 vision- and it’s because of my own past personal experiences that I became interested in such people like Dr. Farrell-

            the entire WWII scenario is one of the deepest, darkest murkiest, sinister rabbit holes in human history-

            I assume you must be aware of the case of Ernst Zündel; but my thoughts on all of this (and I have many) would require several pages and would require me to choose my words carefully- not for the internet-

            stay well-


  7. Robert Barricklow on February 17, 2014 at 3:18 pm

    Just heard asteroid estimated to be over three football fields in size, is set to wiz by Earth tonight, roughly a year after one exploded over Russia[this is right off the article below…]

    Monday Night Viewing: Close Encounter With Enormous Asteroid
    Chicago Tribune

    • Robert Barricklow on February 17, 2014 at 3:26 pm

      Didn’t take:
      just google it

  8. Robert Barricklow on February 17, 2014 at 2:23 pm

    The term fascist is thrown about a lot, even in flavors like neo fascists. But the private-side to fascism, in an inverted totalitarian(Sheldon Wolin) main course serving, looks to be a new form of corporatism on the international menu(much like Fitt’s Economy 301). Thus Germany, Anglo/Americans/Russia are aware of the economic warfare side of the realm’s coin – being flipped as payment. The two sides of coin: BRICSA/Anglo-American. Now throw in, as a back drop, the Sochi Olympics, and you have a Russia masking it’s face in the provocations being purposely ignited(at this point in time). This is extremely provocative & dangerous, as the players are both holding nuke cards: NATO/Russian Federation – right across the table from each other. Then throw in some puppets whose screws are loose(not even counting the unstable US Kerry) & it’s a very hot plutonium potato being thrown about.

    But, when did “Sanity” ever have a seat at the table?

  9. basta on February 17, 2014 at 1:40 pm

    Excellent analysis, and Steinmeyer’s comments could not be clearer.
    It is obvious that Germany (and thus its brood, the EU) is decoupling itself as agilely and as quickly as possible from the Anglo Cabal as is seemly.

    I also see deep co-operation between Russia and Germany in orchestrating counter-blows to the Cabal which serve to facilitate and accelerate Germany’s eastward realignment (the Nuland release was a master-stroke in this effort).

    Germany is shuffling to the exit of the weakened, corrupted and useless Atlantic alliance with a smile frozen on its face, like a character in a Looney Tunes cartoon. And it is not even bothering to hide that it is doing so. As for the Cabal, karma’s a *itch.

    • Urr12 on February 18, 2014 at 2:18 am

      Sorry folks for the bad news, but Germany is not out to make the world a better place! As Joseph says, the historical frame of reference for this is the Nazi International and this is no cause for rejoicing. It might be an interesting geopolitical show to watch from far away in the US – but as a Frenchman I’m less than comfortable with these developments… I just hope France and England – and America – can wake up though it seems unlikely. There’s no doubt in my mind that while Ukrainian fascists may benefit from GOP backing, the principal backer can only be Germany. There may well be a Russian-German game in this ; let’s bear in mind, still, that the Russians lost 20 million people to the German agression in WWII. Let’s not throw the baby with the bathwater – the Anglosphere and the world at large may be corrupt beyond hope but democracy never came from Germany.

      • basta on February 18, 2014 at 8:54 am

        Nobody but perhaps the Dalai Lama is out to make the world a better place, as far as that goes. But the current trajectory of the West is simply hair-raising.

        As for hope in democracy, it has been so thoroughly corrupted, co-opted and manipulated that it offers little to no hope for change or redress, but rather serves as a feel-good chimera offering the naive the futile belief that they have some say in how they are to be governed.

        Look no further for proof of this than the color revolution project, which tossed out strongmen and instituted weak and malleable “democracies.”

        France has tossed its lot with Germany, fundamentally for the economic benefits and in hope of playing moderating role to its partner by anchoring it in the EU. Since Germany is now driving the EU, France must follow. It’s a bit late to start complaining.

        • Urr12 on February 18, 2014 at 12:59 pm

          Oh, well. Do you have any alternatives to suggest to democracy?

          As to France tossing its lot with Germany – official, collaborationist France did, crooks and scumbags like the historical fascist, so-called socialist Mitterrand, did, I certainly didn’t, and neither did most of my countrymen, because tossing one’s lot with one’s enemy doesn’t make the least bit of sense, if you think about it.

        • LSM on February 18, 2014 at 7:24 pm

          “Nobody but perhaps the Dalai Lama is out to make the world a better place”-

          the Dalai Lama is a CIA asset according to my read sources; and even if my read sources are not 100% correct, how could anyone support a person born and raised (no-one can tell me his childhood didn’t leave an indelible impression on his psyche)as being a “chosen one” (I figure it’s an induced Jesus Christ syndrome- many seem to have it)in an absolutely feudal society; so what kind of ‘world peace’ is he expounding upon?-

          putting shackles on the masses is very peaceful: keeps their mouths and actions shut-

          basta, I’m not attacking you at all but instead the fraudulent concepts behind the Dalai Lama; sort of goes hand in hand with the fraud known as “Mother Teresa,” but she’s another topic-

          be well-


          • jedi on February 26, 2014 at 6:29 am

            couldnt agree more Larry, the idea of a Divine Lama was abhorred when it was introduced by Ghenkis (?) too the Lamas….aka the Masters in Tibet.

            The Dalai Lama eats meat….he speaks with a forked tongue….a sign of the deceptive serpent. …you are what you eat.

  10. marcos toledo on February 17, 2014 at 1:21 pm

    The Ukraine is the birth place of Russia especially Kiev. Putin will never abandon the Ukraine as for Germany like Russia has had it’s problems with Western Europe especially France and Britain interference in both countries internal affairs As for the USA is it really a mask for the CSA meaning in the long run it was the Confederacy that won the soul of America. That would possible explain the action around the world of the USA. The Neo-CONs being really Confederates in disguise.

  11. marcos toledo on February 17, 2014 at 12:59 pm

    If you think Russia will abandon Ukraine dream on the Ukraine is the birth place especially Kiev of Russia. And by the way who really won our civil war in the long run Spike Lee made a mock documentary film about the south winning the war. A very dark picture of the world if that had happen. I think if we speculate that what we are really dealing with is the Confederate States of America behind the mask of the USA. Could our on going fight with Russia be because Russia was the only European power to support the Union during the Civil War. And what are your thoughts on the Yaroshenko affair in New Jersey and the possibility of he dying in prison.

  12. DownunderET on February 17, 2014 at 12:52 pm

    As soon as this uprising in the Ukraine started, I thought immediately that the US State Department had it’s fingerprints all over it, the old playbook sticks out like a sore thumb. I’m really sick of these geopolitical games being played by goons and morons.
    Enter the main stream media and, BOOM, front page stuff all over the world, instantly news comes to the rescue of the little people.
    Well I’m afraid the “internet” has taken the predictability out of the game, and people are waking up. I’ll bet Mr. Putin had a sh** eating grin on his face when the “F**k the EU” piece hit the news.

  13. Lost on February 17, 2014 at 9:21 am

    Except the Germans are backing the neo-fascists too. Probably for reasons that would be additions to the US reasons.

  14. Gail on February 17, 2014 at 8:47 am

    And Putin, as his photo shoots prove has become a master of media manipulation. I think this supports your view 🙂

    • LSM on February 18, 2014 at 6:55 pm

      I hate to spoil anyone’s party but if one looks very carefully at the ‘Putin’ in this video and compares it with other previous film footage(s) of Putin the ‘Putin’ in this film is NOT the real Vladimir Putin (can we all say “double”?- probably one of many)- so let’s use logic: no world leader would be allowed to mingle with a crowd unless highly surrounded with bodyguards and the people in his nearest vicinity don’t seem to be very well-armed

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