A few days ago I talked in my News and Views from the Nefarium about Germany's rather strange "passive aggressive" stance toward NATO. You'll recall that the German Defense Minister, Ursula von der Was-ist-Ihre-Name informed her government and NATO that the German military would be hard pressed to fulfill any NATO emergency, since apparently the Luftwaffe has only five or six planes in flying order, and the German Army would be simply overwhelmed in case of a war in the Baltic.(No kidding folks, she actually implied that!)

Uhm, ok... so, correct me if I'm wrong here, but I don't recall any recent messages, or even any recent occurrences of those inscrutably byzantine Russian "signals", that they had any intention of starting a war in Latvia, Estonia, or Lithuania, by invading any of them. Nor do I recall any revanchism emanating from Stockholm to reclaim the territories for Greater Sweden either. So, unless the Germans are looking at different Google earth pictures of the Baltic states' borders than I am, I'm just not seeing a massive sweep by the Russian army into those nations. It would, in any case, be geopolitically counter-productive, in today's charged eastern European geopolitical environment, for Russia to make any such suggestion.

So, besides being more than a little skeptical about Berlin's stated "lack of military preparedness" (I mean, come on folks, to listen to Ursula von der Was-Ist-Ihre-Name, you'd think Germany hasn't been this militarily unprepared since the Thirty Years' War, when everybody else in Europe went to Germany to fight it out, because it was so convenient), I sense rather that it was merely a convenient way for Berlin to bow out of any NATO activities vis-a-vis Russia or the Ukraine or Syria or anywhere else the psychopaths of the Anglosphere decide to meddle.

Now, in this context, consider this little announcement, also coming out of Berlin:

Berlin gives green light for arms exports to S.Arabia, Qatar

Uhm.... yea, right Ms. Ursula von der What's-your-name... Germany doesn't have anywhere near its full complement of aircraft in operational readiness, nor can the German government afford to buy arms from German armaments makers for the Bundeswehr, it has only three operational submarines, but it is willing to sell Dolphin class submarines with their cruise-missile-launching capability to Isreal, and (doubtless in an expression of "balance of power" arms sales), sell German arms to Saudi Arabia. Nice big shiny German armored cars and Leopard II tanks. Poor defenseless Germany! "We're not ready!" says Ursula von der What's-her-name, and the next day she's selling it to Saudia Arabia. Something does not compute in this picture folks. Apparently anyone can buy German arms except the German military!

Bottom line: it looks to this author like Germany - behind all its "operational non-readiness" rhetoric, is quietly letting it be known that its military potential cannot be unreservedly and unquestionably counted on by NATO. That is the story that I'm reading between the lines here. And if so, it's huge.

See you on the flip side...

(My thanks to Mr. S.D. for bringing this development to my attention.)

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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. LSM on October 10, 2014 at 11:38 am

    her name is Ursula von der Leinen- and if anyone is to believe the German MSM the German military is supposedly falling apart at the seams while being mobilized-

    right- and I shot Kennedy-

    ohhh, come on folks, since when has the German military ever been disfunctional?!- I think we can safely assume these reports are completely bogus/a smokescreen for something else-


  2. terminally skeptical on October 10, 2014 at 2:58 am

    We’re just a couple of months away from the 5th anniversary of the Norway spiral. Recall all the speculation regarding a Russian missile intercepted by a German display of beam weaponry. It’s been a long wait for the next showcase of disintegration technology.
    Meanwhile conventional warfare just keeps trudging along and, really, who can blame Germany for wanting to get at least a small market share even if it’s just tanks and subs. And let the Zionist munitions merchants in Israel and the U.S. have their bombs and ballistics.

  3. amunaor on October 9, 2014 at 10:45 pm

    I toast both girls for kicking sand into the mad face of the patriarchal NATO conglomerate. Let’s all bend our elbows and throw our empty glasses down. Hail Sophia!

  4. DownunderET on October 9, 2014 at 12:50 pm

    Messages being sent, that’s all this one is, and Frau Merkel will no doubt be sitting on her hands in this mad world the Americans have created. So Mr. NATO, if your going to show up for a confrontation anywhere in the world, count us Germans out. And by the way, Mr. Putin is currently bathing in glory for his statesmanship on the global stage, and currently Obama and Kerry look like fools. I wonder why that is ????

  5. marcos toledo on October 9, 2014 at 11:58 am

    Do to all the stupid wars WE’RE NUMBER ONE AMERIKA is involved with it will be lucky if it’s number two after China. So Germany feels it’s better to be merchants of death and make money than being in the middle of these killing fields and bankrupting itself. That why it’s faking it’s unpreparedness.

  6. Aridzonan_13 on October 9, 2014 at 10:44 am

    Germany has realized our “War w/o End Amen” foreign policies only enrich the AngloSphere. Their reluctance to cut their nose off is understandable. Whilst FedGov.Inc rushes off to Africa to shoot Ebola. Germany is starting to treat us like a crazy uncle. What’s very interesting is none of these very important alliance shifts are in the MSM. Joe Sixpack will be floored when the $FRN loses WRC status.

  7. Joanna on October 9, 2014 at 10:36 am

    Dr Farrell,
    you are right, Germany indeed is wiggling out of the nuthouse.
    Germany is not going to take a fall for US and for now is playing along because BRICS are not ready to accept ‘their’ currency worldwide..
    There are also Germans lawyers in Russia helping with all kinds of important stuff I would assume, and takes no imagination at all what nuances their are ironing knitterfrei.
    I am saying it for a long time now; Germany went through hell and back few times over in the past 100 years curtesy of Doc Holliday impersonators and it is not going to roll over and play dead now.
    BTW, don’t you find interesting that Ms Merkel does not want to finish her full term as German Chancellor. Why on Gods Green Earth person after winnig an election would annonce something like this?…to make certain persons aware that making trouble for her has no point as she does not care that much for the position and is grooming new team already?…sending home CIA Berlin tophead, telling the world that German gov will use typewriters to keep americans away from THEIR business…
    Not a peep of it in US media; come to think about it, it does not matter much, most are too ignorant to see its own demise and/or beating war drumms.

  8. Frankie Calcutta on October 9, 2014 at 8:35 am

    Germany can’t even bring their 5000 soldier humanitarian task force home from West Africa due to equipment shortages and failings:


    Good timing. What NATO soldier wants to fight alongside a German on the eastern front against Russia if the German soldier might be carrying the ebola virus? I guess Germany is kind of writing themselves a doctor’s note.

    But considering the US, Britain and France have also sent soldiers to West Africa… I couldn’t think of a better way to get ebola into the general population of those nations while crippling their militaries. Does Putin have that kind of intelligence operation that he could manipulate these western dupes to send troops to West Africa? I doubt it. But I know who does. My guess is those folks who gave us the black plague are busy at work again trying to get themselves out of a jam and reset the game board in their favor.

    • Frankie Calcutta on October 9, 2014 at 8:46 am

      The other possibility: Germany is selling off all their war steel to the highest bidder because it is no longer necessary for German defense. Possibly they have a new war decisive defensive weapon such as a force field which now allows them to snub the US and jump off the western reservation. But can a force field keep out pathogenic bacteria and viruses or stop 18 million Turkish immigrants from being instigated to rise up and burn German cities? And if those covert operations don’t work, can a German force field repel a meteor being chucked at the Fatherland from space or deflect a human engineered target specific, earth scorching solar flare? Ask the Japanese what length the western oligarchs will go to stop military independence.

  9. yankee phil on October 9, 2014 at 8:19 am

    That the super efficient Germans are so lax in their preparation for conflict,,, hhhmmm,,,, maybe we are going to see the first outing of the bell sourced hyper-electromagnetic drive if things get out of hand. Makes me almost look forward to the results of this diplomatic and political foolery Nato is perpetrating in europe and elsewhere.

  10. DanaThomas on October 9, 2014 at 8:05 am

    The more advanced the weaponry and guidance systems, the more “consultants” and “advisers” have to be sent to provide “full range service” to those customers.

  11. basta on October 9, 2014 at 7:04 am

    It is a statement worthy of the Fed, who stated they could not safely assure shipment of Germany’s gold across the Atlantic. Something about pirates or sea monsters, IIRC…

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