At the end of May, Zero Hedge reported that Israel will deploy three submarines equipped with nuclear cruise missiles to Iran, and, in its typical humorous fashion, observed that this news is news that the stock markets "must ignore":

Israel Deploys 3 Nuclear-Armed Subs Off Iran Coast; Iran Warns Of Forceful Response To "Evil Acts"

Now, note the picture of the submarine.

Israeli Nuclear Submarine

Now, if you're thinking that this nuclear cruise missile armed submarine looks suspiciously familiar, that's because it is; it's one of those German Dophin-class submarines with their nuclear cruise missile launching capability that Germany has been selling Israel:

German Dolphin Class Submarine

Sometimes, a picture is worth a thousand geopolitical words, because if, say, the USA, France, or Great Britain had sold Israel any of their ballistic missile submarines, there would have been a veritable whirlwind of international outcry. But when Germany does it, nary a peep is heard, for obvious historical reasons. But few seem to be asking the pertinent question here: as Israel ratchets up the tensions with Iran, which cannot nuke anybody, what is Germany doing with u-boats with a capability to launch nuclear cruise missiles? Technically, of course, the German u-boats are not nuclear submarine, and technically, of course, they are not boomers or ICBM launching u-boats. And cruise missiles are not, technically, strategic offensive weapons. And technically, Germany doesn't even have cruise missiles, even though it is a German firm that is involved in building France's latest submarine-launched nuclear ICBM. And why is Germany, a signatory to the nuclear non-proliferation treaty, selling such deadly weapons to a regional power with its own dangerous political establishment?

Sorry for all the questions folks... just thinking out loud.

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. gizadeathstarcommentator on July 2, 2014 at 3:27 pm

    Germany is stuffed full of nukes which were purchased from the USA. There’s been a whole series of articles in Veterans Today on this topic along with many interviews given by Gordon Duff on the proliferation of nukes

    Get the 19 June 2014 Short End Of The Stick show.

    At 14:40 mins
    Mike Harris:
    Let’s go back for a second because there’s important points here that I don’t want to gloss over
    One of them is that the Bush family – George H W Bush – even the Clinton administration, George W Bush were all involved in this problem with stealing US taxpayer property which was these nuclear weapons
    Those belong to the US taxpayer…. It’s government property
    The Bushes do not have licence to resell property that they do not own.
    They also broke the START treaty which was the agreement with the Russians where we would deactivate and disassemble, make harmless, make useless these nuclear weapons
    So they’ve done that
    And then to turn around and proliferate nuclear weapons, using Israel as their broker…. to 10/12 other countries around the world

    The number’s 11, including South Korea, Taiwan, Brazil, Saudi Arabia, Germany
    And I’ll mention Germany 3 times. Germany. Germany.
    Germany has a nuclear arsenal ……
    The organisation that was left over from Nazi Germany never relinquished control of Germany
    They control it to this day

  2. basta on June 28, 2014 at 6:57 pm

    The real question of course is, Why does Israel have nukes?

    And the corollary is, Why does the world turn a blind eye to this hair-raising fact?

    Rhetorical questions, of course, but they must be posed to provide a baseline in all the ME insanity.

  3. marcos toledo on June 28, 2014 at 2:20 pm

    Here’s a crazy idea to put in your pipe and smoke it. Could Israel be thinking of Iran conveniently grab one of these German design U-boats and copy it. Like what they did with that American drone they captured to put the screws on the Sunnis in Western-Central Asia just a thought in this mad mad world would you throw such a idea in the waste paper basket.

  4. loisg on June 28, 2014 at 10:08 am

    Good questions, especially in relation to Germany’s role in all this. Kind of makes you wonder what other sorts of underhanded things may be going on. In regards to Israel deploying a submarine of this class to the area of Iran, I certainly think its a provocative move, but I don’t know what intelligence they may have concerning that area. Just the fact that the whole Middle East is in such turmoil must give them the jitters. I don’t know why they would add fuel to the fire. Very interesting.

  5. Robert Barricklow on June 28, 2014 at 8:41 am

    Admiral William J Fallon
    Commander, U.S. Central Command

    “…an attack on Iran will not happen on my watch… You know what choices I have. I’m a professional. There are several of us trying to put the crazies back in the box.”

    There was a video to go with this; it doesn’t play anything but snow now.[Sozadee Archives]

    The crazies are back in the water…

  6. Lost on June 28, 2014 at 7:58 am

    Israel has had these subs for years. And when built they were modified by the German firm doing the building to have larger torpedo tubes.

  7. Daryl Davis on June 28, 2014 at 6:58 am

    With such a provocative move so strangely well publicized, Israel would seem to have dispatched a message to one or more world powers. Of its intended addressees the more likely would be Iran, of course, and the United States of Obama.

    That Israel made this move so public suggests its backdoor attempts to slow the ascendance of Iran as a nuclear hegemonist have not proven entirely sufficient.

    One might have predicted, though, that the emergence of ISIS at Iran’s western border would have provided enough distraction and concern for Iran that openly hostile maneuvers by Israel now would not only be unnecessary but imprudent. Why would they want to reassert themselves NOW as Iran’s worst threat?

    It would be too ironic, though, if Israel and Germany were to form their own tight alliance in a newly emerging, tri-polar world — where, of course, the BRICSA alliance and an emerging western U.S.-European alliance were already in growing competition.

    Strange bedfellows.

    • Lost on June 28, 2014 at 7:51 am

      Israel and West Germany were fast friends for many years.

      • LSM on June 29, 2014 at 8:51 am

        no kidding; but it has to do with before the two Germanys co-existed (like during during WW2);

        read Edwin Black’s “The Transfer Agreement” for more info on this topic if you’re interested

  8. Celtic Death Star on June 28, 2014 at 5:55 am

    Just a wild thought… I wonder if so called Tesla pulse weapons can disable a submarine?? I suppose you would have to have a rough idea of where the sub is.

    As an aside…. I heard Keith Hunter speculate that an exploding nuclear bomb on planet earth, sets off a resonant counterpart “energy event” on another planet that has a resonant (fundamental frequency)connection to planet earth, and the bomb site, at the time of detonation?!? Thus creating a seismic event on other planets that may have an alien presence on them, and the aliens are not happy about it!

    • Daryl Davis on June 28, 2014 at 6:08 am

      Thus our Earth has what might be described as a Corsican brother planet? I don’t think even Einstein and Cheech and Chong working together could do justice to such a trippy theory(however true it may be.)

      • Celtic Death Star on June 28, 2014 at 6:43 am

        The interaction between planets creates harmonic resonance that triggers large earthquakes that can be predicted with extreme accuracy. The very same mechanism is exploited to create the bigger nuclear explosions. That’s why a full blown nuclear war will never be quite as explosive as we think it will…. because you cannot call upon these interplanetary harmonic resonances on command.

        In the past 3 years I have discovered more physics and invented more than Einstein ever did!

        Application vindicates theory, no matter how trippy you think it is!

    • loisg on June 28, 2014 at 9:57 am

      By that train of thought you could say that seismic events happening on earth are a direct result of some nuclear event that occurred on another planet. Hmmm.

      • Celtic Death Star on June 28, 2014 at 1:35 pm

        Could be?!? But most are probably natural events, triggered by planetary alignments.

        • marcos toledo on June 28, 2014 at 3:31 pm

          Thanks for the link Celtic Death Star great video.

  9. DanaThomas on June 28, 2014 at 6:27 am

    Here is another wild thought: what if there is a “back door” in the software controlling those fine German-built submarines patrolling the world’s seas? This is something to discuss in the “Nazi hour”…

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