Ok...as promised, I am finally getting around to some "geopolitics", the "wider context" of all this craziness going on, but as always, with the caveat that everyone remembers I'm just a hack from South Dakota who researches and writes exceedingly bizarre books of high strangeness.

Most of you are aware that I, along with many other commentators on international affairs with far more expertise than I (Dr. Paul Craig Roberts for example), have been sounding the alarm about the crazy course of geopolitical suicide that certain factions in Washington seem to be embarked upon. I say "certain factions" because it has always been one of my working assumptions that not everyone in the federal government is ipso facto evil, corrupt, or as colossally stupid as this particular faction seems to be. Indeed, this is the problem, for Washington's heavy handed "unipolarism" (Dr. Craig blames it on the Wolfowitz doctrine, I simply call it crazy counter-intuitive geopolitics) in the long run, is allowed to continue, will ultimately drive traditional allies and friends - the two major European powers, France and Germany, come to mind - away from the USA.

As background to today's high octane speculation, recall that the US government slapped France's major bank, BNP Paribas, with billions of dollars in fines for its role in France's sale of its Mistral class amphibious landing aircraft carriers to Russia, a sale that France politely indicated to Washington that it would honor, in spite of US imposed sanctions on Russia over the latter's intervention in the Crimea, which, you'll recall, was at the Crimea's request. The Crazy Faction's response was, of course, to slap France (and it's largest bank) in the face with fines.

Now Germany's two major banks, Commerzbank and Deutsche Bank, are in the Crazy Faction's crosshairs, and Zero Hedge's analysis here is, in my opinion, spot on:

US Set To Alienate Angry Germany Next, As Crackdown Shifts From BNP To Commerzbank, Deutsche Bank

Note the opening two paragraphs once again:

"As we reported over the weekend in "By "Punishing" France, The US Just Accelerated The Demise Of The Dollar", following the record $9 billion fine against French BNP, the outcry has been fast and furious, with virtually everyone in the local chain of command, from the CEO of Total to the head of the Bank of France (and ECB member) Christian Noyer, all saying that the US is now clearly abusing the reserve power of the dollar and it is time to move away from a dollar-based reserve currency (how that jives with concurrent French demands for a lower EUR is a different, incomprehensible matter entirely).

"It appears that having pushed France forcefully into the Russia-China Eurasian, and anti-US camp, the US will now do the same with Germany. Because after infuriating the German population by first refusing to return their gold contained (the legend goes) at the New York Fed, and then with scandal after spying scandal, most recently involving the CIA directly soliciting a German double agent, now the time has come to "punish" Germany's largest banks for the same kind of money laundering that BNP was engaged in. As the NYT and Reuters report, the time has come to shift away from the BNP scandal and focus on what will soon be the Commerzbank and Deutsche Bank fallout."

Germany, you'll recall, recently expelled the US CIA station chief in that country over the ongoing NSA spying scandal, and this fact, along with Merkel's recent anti-Russian diatribe, should alert people to what's going on:Merkel's government is saying the Washington-dictated script, but doing quite another, in the old time-honored chancellorial tradition.

But Zero Hedge's final paragraph pretty well sums it up:

"Still, while one can debate the idiocy of US foreign policy, eager to push European allies into the willing hands of Russia and China at the worst possible moment, when regional and civil wars and conflicts are suddenly breaking out across all key geopolitical hotspots, one wonders: in the case of BNP, the "fine" was as a result of French unwillingness to halt the Russian amphibious warship deal despite US demands. So it would be curious just what the US blackmail against German banks is for: one really does wonder just what punishment Angela Merkel deserves behind the scenes in the eyes of John Kerry et clueless al, to punish her and Germany so blatantly for the entire world to see.

"One thing is clear: if the US thinks that Germany will continue to consider America its BFF and make zero contingency plans for when the alliance with the US finally crashes and burns, it will be truly surprised when the Eurasian alliance of Russia and China finally announces its final, all-important, missing link member: the manufacturing and export powerhouse that is Germany itself." (Emphasis added)

I can only add my own "hear hear" to that analysis, but it raises, once again, the significant question. Why, really, is American foreign policy so counter-intuitive? Why, really, are the two most powerful nations in Europe seemingly being deliberated alienated to the ultimate detriment of the tapestry of post-World War Two security arrangements from NATO to ANZAC?

Here's a troubling thought by way of a high octane speculation answer: someone wants the USA geopolitically, economically, and militarily isolated. The USA has tried, and failed, to dictate policy to Russia. It cannot dictate policy to China. It is alienating the two most powerful nations in Europe. But dictate policy to Russia and China and India and Brazil and France and Germany (and presumably soon to be Argentina?)


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. Gaia Mars-hall on July 21, 2014 at 1:25 pm

    Daryl Davis asked me this question-

    “……the National Bank was several times “de-chartered”. What do you suppose are the chances that the Fed will ever be relieved of its duties as well?”

    I think this speaks to a fundamental question, but I posit that the answer to this question is the Federalization of the Federal Reserve as a definitive mark signifying a definitive return of this nation’s sovereignty and commitment to fulfilling the covenant of the Constitution “to promote the general welfare”.

    What we do thus, is to essentially reorganize a Federalized Federal Reserve to function to serve as a new National Bank, to issue a trillion dollars in Credit, outside of Budgetary constraints of the Federal Budget, to promote the rebuilding the physical economy of the United States with a definitive drive to progress in the physical economic sphere.

    This step, is best accomplished through reimplementation of Glass-Steagall protections which would go in line with a bankruptcy reorganization to purge the system of the derivatives load.

    This is what the BRICS are doing and the United States could be leading the world instead of being trapped by the monetarist military delusions created by the cave masters of the British Empire.

    • Daryl Davis on July 21, 2014 at 5:32 pm


      I too would see both Glass-Steagall reinstated and those derivatives created in and by its absence made void — even as our bank balances were made good.

      But how many times will we create a central bank, nationalized or otherwise, only to discover that it primarily served the interests of the wealthy, until we learn not to trust that person(s) who would step forth and seek to be our money changer(s)?

      Why put faith in yet another central bank, granting it even a trillion dollars of credit and with this, presumably, the power to bestow unearned riches upon whomever it judged to be worthy of them? Better to leave our economy to its own devices, ensuring only that no citizen, nor any corporation, enjoyed privileges that another did not.

      Perhaps America could then rebuild her manufacturing base, i.e. her physical economy, by once again making better products more efficiently than the rest of the world.

      But I suspect her time has passed — and that even our past success came to us largely at the intended expense of our future and now present competitors.

      I also suspect that these same nations will have learned best from our worst examples. I only wish that we in turn had learned something from their better ones — learned the value of that same simple life that we so exploited and they are now abandoning.

      Pardon me. Where lies the road back to Eden?

      • Gaia Mars-hall on July 21, 2014 at 6:59 pm

        Well when one speaks of Eden, then one is speaking of a
        garden, and one speaks of gardening one is speaking of both beauty and food, or food and beauty.

        Now my primary economic outlook is that we do not need a “Gold Standard”per say, but a return to a “Seed Standard” a return to the policy of “Parity Agriculture” as was introduced in 1942 with the Steagall Amendment. The Raw Material Economist of what is now the National Organization of Raw Materials, have advocated economics that starts with placing the proper value to what is “essential wealth”. Again wheat will keep us alive, gold and silver will not. Note the Walter’s Unforgiven and Fred Lundgren’s Nature of Wealth. Lundgren by the way predicted the 2008 crash in a NORM meeting in 1993!

        Now this is the only system that will produce the earned income, not credit and debt, to be tangible wealth, representing a granary of wealth that can be used as the collateral of that which we might well need
        to implement positive change.

        Promethean Gardening is the type of Gardening that might well call for the Terra=forming of Mars…but the problem is that here on earth we are facing various ecological problems that impinge upon our survival…
        ultimately there is a gap in our understanding visa via science that is a central problem when confronted with the task of gardening. The contributions of Goethe are still vital, but preliminary to such contributions of
        Victor Schauberger toward the necessary revolution in ‘machine=tool” design beyond the industrial age of explosion to a new industrial age that is centered around centripetal vitalization through geometries of a higher order that the reductionist approach to science that reigns today and is turning man into something less than man, but a hybrid machine-animal run by an

        The fight against oligarchy is central to the mission of the fight for an American Republic. Hamilton’s contributions were vital to the winning the war and for a path that would secure the peace. Yes there were problems and the money players were not defeated, and have never been in this nation. Yes there are problems, but problems need to be addressed. As such how does one
        deal with the problem of water shortages. Letting people and the nation die maybe what the Oligarchy wants, but I think water projects help Garden’s bloom!

  2. Elm on July 21, 2014 at 1:35 am

    Readers may wish to throw this in the bankster mix for good measure.

    Hello Robert!

    • Lost on July 21, 2014 at 6:01 am

      That link just blames the poor and actually absolves investment banks for many of the sins created by deregulation of the Reagan/Bush/Clinton/Bush years.

      It’s fairly typical xenophobic pandering.

      And I thought it was going to be about child abuse.

    • Robert Barricklow on July 21, 2014 at 3:01 pm

      Good to see “Elm”!

      Bankers/Intelligence have a l o n g history; and, yes –
      it includes sex of course,
      and they don’t discriminate in anyway shape or form, including age.

      Did you see this???


      • Lost on July 21, 2014 at 4:26 pm

        Cool, similar to Reich.

  3. gkb623 on July 20, 2014 at 6:55 pm

    RT: Australian PM hints Putin may be dropped from G20 summit over MH17 crash

    So if somebody wants US isolated, economically, geopolitically etc.. ( bec. the demise of US, in all it’s fading glory would also impact other nations negatively- as predicted by a former national president).. if this happens, the cabal would then take that opportunity for their sinister plans to push through, globally..
    but, a Russian+ BRICS monkey wrench was thrown.. and now the cabal are desperately and audaciously wreaking havoc

    • DownunderET on July 20, 2014 at 10:20 pm

      Yes, unfortunately my government is following the US line.
      The Prime Minister has already got Russia in the witness stand and has found it guilty, I am ashamed to say that this is following in the footsteps of doom.

  4. nines on July 20, 2014 at 6:24 pm

    Seems to me that mind control is not quite cutting it for the psychopaths who both run this country and work nonstop for global control. Close, but no cigar. The globe is getting away from them.

    So Plan B will end up getting most of their attention. I have thought for a long time the stateless Nazis moved their base of operations to the United States. I think it started moving up here after JFK was splattered all over Dallas.

    Whether or not they/we are in space, the power base is here — in a real sense it always was — and they will, now that they’re losing the rest of the world, need an isolated society to work on whatever transhumanist aspirations they have to salvage their push for their global control. If everyone on the planet hates us, they’re unlikely to try to free us from our abjection while the psychopaths go about strengthening their military might to end up taking by pure force what they were unable to pull off with “hearts and minds”.

    It is optimal now that the people of the world revile us as much as can possibly be wrung from them, precisely so they will not try to save us.

    And I’m not talking about our despicable puppet politicians. I’m talking about the power that pulls their strings.

    WE are the power base of the breakaway civilization, THE indispensable bit left on earth… this youth magnet culture… attracting as much ignorant bloodstock as it can dumb down and hoover up.

    It would have been better for them if they could have mind controlled their way into global control, but there is almost no real chance of that left. The world keeps denying them their righteous way into WWIII, and it’s been pretty clear that’s the way it would go for more than a decade… nearly two. They have been securing their lock on Plan B, while giving Plan A the good old college try ever since their PNAC, full spectrum dominance, thing started getting so aggressive.

  5. DownunderET on July 20, 2014 at 3:11 pm

    Sooner or later Frau Merkel has to make a decision, it’s either the German people or the western elites, she cannot keep sitting on the fence. Banks can “get over” the fines, we have seen all the big banks being hit and continue to trade, however what is being said in the boardrooms of these banks is another matter. So it appears that the elites who own the banks, are willing to take the “hit” in order to stay in the game.
    The German gold issue with the Fed has long gone from the front pages, but lingers in the minds of the German politicians who wont stand up and say it, so shut up and all will be well.

    • DownunderET on July 20, 2014 at 3:29 pm

      I forgot one more thing, maybe Merkel is taking instructions from Martin Borrman’ grave. And let’s not forget his intentions, to dictate Europe by “elastic political means”.

      • DanaThomas on July 21, 2014 at 12:26 am

        “Last but not least”…

  6. Daryl Davis on July 20, 2014 at 10:40 am

    America, herself, would seem to have been “remotely hijacked” and re-directed into an unrecoverable dive since at least the end of the Cold War — more likely since 1913.

    Just relatively recently, President Clinton successfully unshackled the hounds of finance. George W. let slip the two-headed dog of war and espionage. And Obama has now brought all our traditional allies to bay.

    But such is the nature of technology, whether the common cell phone or an anti-gravity space fleet — to drain from all of us great resources and to draw its select users into smaller, more isolated, virtual realities.

    [Caveat: Do NOT bite the damned apple!]

    Not surprisingly then, the ultimate goal of men selfish enough to worship technology will always be that mythic and unassailable autonomy reserved heretofore to gods — that lasting freedom from the need for labor and, by extension, from stress and money, from the need for nature and, by extension, from its laws and resources, and from the need for one another and, by extension, from friends and useful allies.

    Should it really be surprising, then, when America, the most technologically advanced nation on Earth, becomes more isolated and less financially responsible by the hour? Ours would seem to be the most easily foretold path of all — a path that isolates us from all the other peoples of Earth, as well as from one another, and even from ourselves.

    Perhaps a truly counter-intuitive question might be: Why haven’t all the other technologically-advanced nations yet exhibited this same destructively-technological path with this same masterfully-venal aplomb?

    Did becoming an American long ago require an especially selfish soul — one to cross the Atlantic by ship, abandoning traditions and family, in order to lay claim to the New World? Or was it only America’s first PsTB who proved sufficiently selfish to so quickly and so thoroughly break away from their own populace and its elected government that they enjoyed an unanswerable world influence as early as World War II — one that continues but perhaps falters today?

    Maybe the genius Tesla naively handed J.P. Morgan, among other financial behemoths, the means for which they had always longed — the means to rule the world from the New World — decades before any UFO had ever been recovered, or before a covert community had ever been conceived, and before a single Nazi had ever been recruited?

    In any case, a more intuitive question might be: How could the BRICSA nations believe that their respective pursuits of technology and its predictable demands upon them would ever allow them to remain united — any more so than the EU has done? There’s a bite mark in that apple from all of them — and so it must be.

    • Robert Barricklow on July 20, 2014 at 12:11 pm

      So many times I’ve written replies only to have them ‘disappear’. This is just another one in a long line of posts that go “poof”. Rhyme & Reason escape me. That sinister comes to mind is no accident. I’m no Lone Ranger here as many have run into suspicious internet disappearances. So is it any wonder that these “Disses” manifest themselves? That the “apple” of biblical times now is one of corporate control; rather than religious control. For both represent “control”, the fruit of the few to control the many. But WHAT Deception! Because the fruit of good & evil is, infact one. For each cannot exist w/o the other. As ying & yang are one: yingyang[spell checker objects!] As nothing & something are one. As past/present/future are one. All is connected. So “aPPLE’ is one word that is scripted into?
      thusw, yingyaqng is woven into the very fabric of a generative reality, and it is the notion of yingyang that makes these patterns coherent and, ultimately, manageable. yingyang can simplify, exemplify, and expand various relationships. it underpins all beings by shaping and directing natural processes from within and across boundaries, interfaces permeable to information, energies, and influences.
      there is also a ‘qi’/void. yin and yang represent opposite but complementary qualities of qi. they are the rhythm and harmony within qi, the condensation and development, or the withdrawing into the depths and surging to the exterior. the fabric of qi reality allows us a glimpse of the extensive underlying unity of the universe. synchronicities in heaven, earth, and human beings unveils the absence of division between the physical worlds and our inner psychological reality.

      Oops got carried away in….

      • Daryl Davis on July 20, 2014 at 1:45 pm

        Very deep and poetic, Robert. If there were indeed a way for the yin(us?) to “prevail” against the yang(PsTB?), this would only come when both yin and yang were made aware of, and accepting of, their underlying oneness.

        And, truth be told, thus both sides would prevail.

        • Robert Barricklow on July 20, 2014 at 6:38 pm

          As always, Daryl Davis, your posts are well written and perceptive, to say the least.
          Both sides do directly relate to the moral universe of human beings, in which human actions resonate along the celestial axis to create – literally – good or bad vibrations, both in the heaven and on earth.

    • Lost on July 20, 2014 at 1:12 pm


      Clinton did all sorts of favors for high finance, more deregulation and Summers and Rubin, just off the top of my head.

      Right Clinton started to pay down the national debt, helpful but not the entirety of the story.

      Pre1913 really private banks controlled US currency, the Federal Reserve is a model of openness in comparison.

      The idea of a controlled reality far predate anything a Tesla transmitter may be able to do–see Plato’s Cave. Not sure that a Tesla transmitter is a way to control reality either.

      • Daryl Davis on July 20, 2014 at 2:59 pm


        Before the creation of the Federal Reserve, private banks were limited in their production of new money by a gold standard. And though, during times of war, they strayed from this, once peace was restored, they returned to it.


        Not so, the Fed, which, incidentally, is anything but open.


        I’m not sure where your term “controlled reality” has anything to do with my comment. I never used any such language.

        My desired suggestion was that Tesla may have unwittingly developed for his financiers technologies, some now widely known, others perhaps not, which afforded them an undue influence upon the future of the American political scene — technologies which proved to be the unforged key with which to gain access to an almost absolute power that they had theretofore long been denied.

        In other words, it may be that the first American PTB, at least in its modern incarnation, PRECEDED the modern American banking cartel known as the Federal Reserve. Thus, the chicken came before the egg.

        • Lost on July 21, 2014 at 5:48 am

          Daryl Davis:

          It’s not true that gold made all of the bank created dollars sound pre1913.

          There was all sorts of games played, just like today, but without computers.

          The gold standard equaling “sound money” is nearly a complete myth.

          • Gaia Mars-hall on July 21, 2014 at 9:31 am

            Thank You

            Now one of the problems was the drive for “Specie Resumption” after the Civil War just at a time when the ‘Greenback” was needed for the reconstruction of the nation after the war.

            Of course it was London/Wall Street behind
            specie resumption…and it did wreck havoc
            with shrinkage of the money supply that started to create a division between business and labor and the problems with the hinterland where the Populist started to rise.

          • Daryl Davis on July 21, 2014 at 12:09 pm


            Please try not to mis-characterize my points or invent my language for me. Nowhere did I say or even imply that “gold made all of the bank created dollars sound pre1913.” In fact, I specifically stated that the bankers “strayed” from the gold standard during times of war.

            But when you asserted that the Federal Reserve is “a model of openness” compared to the national and state-chartered banks of the previous century, I attempted to provide an historical chart of the money supply in order to graphically illustrate that it was only after the creation of the Fed in 1913 that the bankers truly got out of hand. I further provided credible testimony that the Fed is currently laundering its created money in order to disguise its growing worthlessness.

            Could you really be arguing that our money is MORE sound now than it was prior to the last century — now, without a gold standard and under the “open” guidance and mass production of the Federal Reserve???

            And Gaia,

            I did not intend to imply that I support a return to the gold standard, which I do not. I fully appreciate that doing so could only represent an illusory safeguard against the manipulation and malfeasance of the bankers.

            A gold standard, however, would seem — when one looks at the economy and the monetary supply both with it and now without it — to have been superior to having no standards at all. (Perhaps you believe America is currently NOT in a depression?)

            I am in fact well aware of the threat Greenbacks posed to the bankers of the nineteenth century. (Thanks to Bill Still’s documentary, “The Money Masters”.) And I appreciate why those evil bankers pushed for and won a return both to gold-backed and debt-based money.

            But you can’t truly imagine that the private bankers who control the Fed today cannot, would not, or will not destroy the dollar and shrink the economy even more shamelessly than the bankers of the nineteenth century? Have you been watching things lately, at least since 2008?

            I’d say they were well on their way. But at least centuries ago, the National Bank was several times “de-chartered”. What do you suppose are the chances that the Fed will ever be relieved of its duties as well?

            Parenthetically, I wouldn’t measure good monetary policy by the extent or velocity of economic expansion. The measure of success ought not be the speed with which we exploit and exhaust every available resource on the planet.

            Therefore, I, at least, would be no more trusting or enamored of a “greenback” dollar than I am of the gold-backed dollar or today’s debt-fiat-dollar.

            Money truly is the root of all evil.

          • Lost on July 21, 2014 at 1:17 pm

            Daryl Davis:

            Yes the USD is stronger now than the 19th century.

            State and nationally chartered banks played all sorts of games with gold, and bonds and debt, look in to various late 19th century US financial crisis–NOT during times of war.

            And yet the US dollar still buys many things, not as much as when Clinton was president, but the fall is directly attributable to GWBush unfunded war debts, and that ‘sUS T bills, so very different than the Federal Reserve, which indeed remains open in comparison to the games of the 19th century.

            Now where does the Fed get money to buy up TBills? A not exactly answered question.

            Now, if you want speculate that the Federal Reserve has some hidden system of finance, feel free but label that as speculation.

        • Lost on July 21, 2014 at 1:33 pm

          Daryl Davis:

          Not clear that the Fed has owners and it’s pretty clearly non-profit. It is in a position to help board member banks massively.

          Where we do agrees is avoiding the exhaustion of natural resources, but here’s were legal regulation of say forests and streams could help. Then there’s all the renewal properties afforded by alchemy.

      • bdw000 on July 20, 2014 at 3:02 pm

        I am no expert, but my understanding is that Clinton started to “pay down the national debt” by “borrowing” from social security, which is why SS is now in such sad shape. We paid taxes into SS all those years, but much of that money has been taken away and will never be returned.

        • Lost on July 21, 2014 at 5:51 am


          Actually Social Security’s finances are quite strong for years to come, and there’s an easy way to make it strong even longer. (It’s mainstream press lie that SS is somehow weak.)

          So kind of belies the claims about Clinton borrowing from SS.

          Now Clinton’s debt reduction did have something to do with internet delusions and taxes paid on some of those sales.

        • Gaia Mars-hall on July 21, 2014 at 9:36 am

          The real problem with Clinton, amongst others, are:

          NAFTA-Free Trade


          Repeal of Glass-Steagall

          equals destruction of United States and world economic system

          • Lost on July 21, 2014 at 1:28 pm

            Gaia Mars-hall,

            Yep those are two big Clinton sins. And NAFTA sure impoverished a good number of Mexican farmers, who until then would have been perfectly happy to remain in Mexico.

            Guess there’s better Mexican food in northern US cities because of NAFTA.

  7. marcos toledo on July 20, 2014 at 10:21 am

    The empire of the marching morons is to be offered up as a sacrificial monkey or bull. Well anyone who thinks that the Americas have been masters of their fates after the revolutions to free themselves from their masters in Euro-Western Asia is either a fool or a liar. Probability what our masters have mind is to finish off the indigenous population of the Americas policy since 1492. These tyrants consider these people of the forth world a menace to their imperial plans. Well with their sycophants in the US Congress and Supreme Court under minding the foundations of those institutions the USA is fast returning to it’s place as dumb thug willing to do their masters biddings.

  8. Robert Barricklow on July 20, 2014 at 10:05 am

    Of course, IF the plan was an SDR currency run by the private BIS, in opposition to the “new” boys on the block…?
    Now throw the BRICS onto the global skillet; and, viola!
    You have an elitist omelette only edible for the 1% of the 1%.

    • Robert Barricklow on July 20, 2014 at 10:16 am

      Finally available on youtube.
      Serendipitously Max is screamimg, OUT!, OUT!, OUT!

      go figure…

      • Robert Barricklow on July 20, 2014 at 10:20 am

        Of course wrong spot[should have posted to below post]
        OUT SPOT![see max keiser report 629]

  9. loisg on July 20, 2014 at 8:53 am

    “Why, really, are the two most powerful nations in Europe seemingly being deliberated alienated to the ultimate detriment of the tapestry of post-World War Two security arrangements from NATO to ANZAC?”
    Very good questions. The question itself made me think of Bush I and his proclamation of a new world order, and I can’t help but feel that Bush II was helping in that regard with his invasion of Iraq. Didn’t this start the dominoes falling in terms of US power and prestige in the world? But still, the question is why. Suppose for a minute that the Bushes are part of this breakaway civilization (which I think one could make a case for) then it starts to look rather ominous because there are only a few scenarios that I can envision as their goal…bring the US down to manageable power in relation to the rest of the world…use these circumstances as distractions so people don’t see what they’re really up to…or they just don’t care because they are going off world anyway.

  10. Robert Barricklow on July 20, 2014 at 8:19 am

    Speaking of OUT!
    Max Keiser Report 629 should have aired on Saturday but is marked “private”

  11. Lost on July 20, 2014 at 8:04 am

    The Germans expelled the CIA station chief because someone in German intelligence was arrested for selling secrets to the CIA, not the NSA.

    The “demise of the dollar” thing, it’s been wrong so many times, the much bigger question is what maintains the international value of the dollar. Something else besides oil and arms is going on here.

  12. Aridzonan_13 on July 20, 2014 at 7:48 am

    Mas high octane speculation: Daddy Bush / Emperor Bush I, has been the stealth dictator of the US since Reagan / Bush I. Where after Reagan’s assassination attempt, Bush consolidated power and has not let go. My argument being: [Reagan/ Bush, Bush I, Clinton, Bush II, Obama / Clinton and Bush III] looms large on the horizon.

    It has always been Daddy Bush’s goal to turn the US into a more manageable third world nation. Free of that pesky middle class. I sight the 20+ years of naked financial shorting / globalization policies that have moved all of our industry off shore. The de-industrialization of the US has been a decades long carefully coordinated process. The next step is nuking $USD / FRN to take us down to third world levels. They’ve pillaged the the planet and they are going to escape via the new Roller Ball 3.0 economy. Where the Public sector is saddled with crushing debt and the new Private sector 3.0 gang has successfully gotten away with $T’s in ill-gotten gains.

    I do believe they’ll reboot the economy. Hence, the need for the illegal invasion. They need a younger demographic of compliant workers to keep the Ponzi scheme of Social Security alive. That’s why the Republicrats and Demolicans are conspiring to get Amnesty passed. The Boomers have been harvested and are now a liability. O’Care was designed to kill the Boomers off as fast as possible and add to that targeted group all the wounded Vets. So, that being said, likely scenarios of a large natural / economic disaster, pending civil chaos and loss of $USD as WRC looms large as methods to gain their ultimate goal of the pacification of the US. Transforming us into a totalitarian, Roller Ball, totally medicated 3rd World society with a greatly reduced Boomer population.. Add to that the legalization of Pot / Drugs to keep the populace sedate and pliable. Legalization will add to State coffers via stoner taxes and is planned to take the edge off of our 3rd World descent. Where there are naught but duenos y peones. As Carlin said, people just smart enough to do the paperwork and run the machines.

    • Lost on July 20, 2014 at 8:03 am

      Except those were Reagan’s tax cuts and deregulations that helped destroy the middle class so much. (Yes GWBush and various democrats went along with that simpleminded thinking.)

  13. Dave60 on July 20, 2014 at 7:42 am

    Why is there Fluoride in our drinking water ?
    Why are there thousands of unaccompanied children from
    Latin America being allowed into this country ?
    Why are the youth seduced into military service then return
    to a VA medical care that is deliberately shoddy in it’s care
    for them ?
    Why? Why? Why?

    One can only imagine the horrors that await the U.S.


  14. Bear Claw on July 20, 2014 at 6:40 am

    But why does someone want America isolated?

    It kind of looks like America is being set up for a fall? Or at least to be knocked down a few notches. Within the context of Dr. Farrell’s hypothesis of multiple factions instead of the big,united NWO that is espoused by many in the alternative research community, it seems like the factions currently at the top have decided that the US needs to get smacked down. It’s kinda like the end of WWI or WWII when Germany was knocked down, in order to make it less dangerous.In both cases there was also an attempt to “remake” Germany into the image of the Anglo American masonic world.

    So that’s where America is headed. The question is, what will this look like? My first vision is the sight of an aircraft carrier or two sinking in the waters off the Middle East.But it might not be that dramatic looking. Instead what we’ll most likely see is the slow economic decline of the US along with a change in domestic politics. The political factions that currently lead the US (Neo-con, Zionist on the Right and cultural Marxist on the left) will see its power decline in a major way. A new politics will arise in the US which will be populist in nature. Look for social conservatism and economic distributionism, replacing cultural Marxism and laissez faire economics. Look for a major cut in immigration. Look for a huge public works project. America will become more isolationist; the military will get smaller; and foreign policy will reflect this in being much less intrusive.The political talking point will be that America is working on solving its own problems instead of going on adventures overseas. America will work on the plank in its own eye instead of invading others in order to remove the speck from theirs.

    Now back to symbolism. I’m still looking for something major to mark the official decline of the US and their high political faction of Zionists and cultural Marxists. The sight of a nuke going off in Israel along with the destruction of the entire American fleet in middle east waters might be it (with no response back)? This along with something major on the US-Mexico border (maybe a nuke smuggled in?) that acts as the straw that breaks Uncle Sam’s back. After this happens the opportunity will arise where the new populist faction will come on the scene and take America into a new direction. The old faction (Zionist-cultural Marxist)will be blamed for everything.

    • Wayne D on July 20, 2014 at 1:42 pm

      Bear Claw,
      got to agree with this part:
      So that’s where America is headed. The question is, what will this look like? My first vision is the sight of an aircraft carrier or two sinking in the waters off the Middle East.But it might not be that dramatic looking. Instead what we’ll most likely see is the slow economic decline of the US along with a change in domestic politics. The political factions that currently lead the US (Neo-con, Zionist on the Right and cultural Marxist on the left) will see its power decline in a major way. A new politics will arise in the US which will be populist in nature. Look for social conservatism and economic distributionism, replacing cultural Marxism and laissez faire economics. Look for a major cut in immigration. Look for a huge public works project. America will become more isolationist; the military will get smaller; and foreign policy will reflect this in being much less intrusive.The political talking point will be that America is working on solving its own problems instead of going on adventures overseas. America will work on the plank in its own eye instead of invading others in order to remove the speck from theirs”

      I would like to see the secret gov’t thrown out. All overseas bases closed and mutual defense treaties Nato, Seato and all the others scraped. The world will continue to fight. I think we have had enough. This must be scaled back. No more empire.

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