Germany says it can't honor its NATO commitments, Obama says that ebola is the number one international threat(while at the same time overturning previous restrictions on flights to and from affected countries), and Russia (and most of the rest of the UN General Assembly), is in a state of disbelief at the speech they heard from the president, and, oh, by the way, they're sending jets to Iraq to help fight ISIS....

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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. henry on October 5, 2014 at 3:14 pm

    Speaking of ebola outbreak in Africa, i just found out something suspicious

    so, the same organization that was troubled by sexual misconduct allegations in Nauru is also helping with the ebola outbreak in Africa?

    This reminded me of the storyline from the TV series “Zero Hour” where a friendly faced charity organization was really the source for many miseries.

    What do you make of this phenomenon, Dr.Farrell?

    • henry on October 5, 2014 at 4:42 pm

      And ofcourse while countries like Cuba and China are sending medical specialists, the U.S. is sending 3,000 troops to combat the Ebola outbreak in Africa.

      when i first heard the story of American aid workers infected by Ebola virus who have been transported back to America, i figured the origin of the Virus could come from America itself and someone might want to spread it(at least the fear of it) on U.S. soil.

      If that’s case, i would expect subsequent reports of cases of spread of ebola virus in the U.S. and that’s what is actually happening right now.

      So the mainstream medias could put the blame on “African Ebola outbreak”, and the WHO can spin the “global pandemic” fear again just like what they did with the swine flu drama.

      As for Obama, i believe ‘Cobra’ and David Wilcock have all given fairly believable explanation about him, the guy was part of the plan by “the light forces”, but he has since been compromised because his life and his family have been threatened.

      It’s no wonder Mr Putin said he believes “Obama is a decent and courageous man”, both the leaders of Russia and China understand the situation.

      Given Obama’s way of doing things, i’m curiously waiting to see his upcoming visit to China, and his meetings with leaders from the BRICSa countries when he attends the APEC summit in Beijing next month.

      Already, there is a sign of change in Asia, the Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe has been signaling recently in the Japanese Senate that “Japan and China can form better relations”, and there are already speculations of a possible meeting between the leaders of these two nations at APEC summit in Beijing.

      Also according to Fulford’s report,
      “In Asia too, there are signs of change. Japanese slave Prime Minister Shinzo Abe suddenly pretended his Davos speech calling for a world war against China never happened when he talked peace at the UN last week. Also, Japan’s government has decided to postpone its unpopular moves to revise defense guidelines with the US until 2015.”

      “The sudden deadly eruption of Japan’s second largest volcano last week may have been cabal payback.”

      It seems countries like Turkey and Japan are backing off from forming closer ties with China after American military ‘intervened’, just like what Robert Gates did prior to Fukushima back in 2011.

      It will be interesting to see how another “311 threat” will be affecting Shinzo Abe’s decision, and how its manifested during his visit to Beijing next month.

      Obama probably had no choice but to play the puppet role as its evidenced from his recent UN speech, but he is probably right about the “Ebola threat”, just its a coded message to his allies from the BRICSA alliance, “if i dont comply with their demands they gonna unleash the Ebola virus on American soil, many people could die.”

      Afterall, Mr.Putin did make this comment, “i believe Obama is a decent and courageous guy”.

      • henry on October 5, 2014 at 4:57 pm

        @”Given Obama’s way of doing things, i’m curiously waiting to see his upcoming visit to China, and his meetings with leaders from the BRICSa countries when he attends the APEC summit in Beijing next month.”

        already, Susan Rice has set the tone for Obama’s upcoming China visit.
        “US President Barack Obama considers relations with China to be a priority among all the other issues facing Washington, US top national security adviser Susan Rice said on Monday.”

        personally, like Richard Hoagland, i believe president Obama is meant and has been doing as much as possible, and can still do positive things for not only America, but for the world as a whole, in that sense i’m quite interested in seeing his upcoming visit to China, but i’m also aware of the enormous negative pressure that’s on his shoulder, so it will still be very interesting to see what happens next with this president nonetheless.

  2. henry on October 5, 2014 at 2:59 pm

    The J-20 fighter jets don’t really scare the American military, they have “area-51”, so why did Robert Gates called his carries off the waters of Korean peninsula and made a 180 degree turn by paying a visit to Beijing on the “hyperdimensional” date of “11/01/2011”,

    the same date the Chinese tested their “anti-satellite” weapons back in 2007, and the same date China somehow ‘surprised” American military intelligence by unveiling its “ground-based midcourse missile interception technology” back in 2010.

    Again, ballistic missiles and missiles don’t really scare the people from “Area-51”.
    Then the same day the second test of this “midcourse missile interception tecnology” took place in Xinjiang some locals filmed a “spiral-light” in the night sky, something appears to be disintegrated by something, but it was not “missile to missile” technology.

    There are other ways to assess the real strength of the Chinese military.
    As China is now ambitiously re-building the silk roads, it needs adequate military capability to protects its growing trade interests

    Historically speaking, there were three periods in history the Chinese have made a similar ambitious push for the trade routes, during the Han, Tang and Ming dynasties, that’s when their military/technological prowess were at its zenith.

    its hard to see how a lone refurbished carrier is gonna protect all that trade routes.
    But as American military historian John A. Lynn points out in his book “Battle: A History Of Combat And Culture”, the Chinese military strategists dont really think like Clausewitz.

    Former Chinese leader Hu jintao gave a copy of Sun Tzu’s “Art of War” to Bush Jr when he visited America in 2006, for me its like a “declaration of war”, then they must have already devised a plan to back it up.

    • henry on October 5, 2014 at 3:00 pm

      sorry, was meant as a reply to “Weren’t the Chinese 3-D Printing fighter jets?”

      • Robert Barricklow on October 5, 2014 at 5:03 pm

        I actually like the Chinese from several points of view. But what I’m really looking for is a force to champion the peoples’ government concept. From my perspective the Chinese are playing the long game. The Dragon is somewhat betwixt a two-headed monster; one head’s an Eagle, the other a Bear. Is the Eagle rolling the dice on an all or nothing hedged-bet? How many aces-up the-sleeve are there in the game?

        (in concept)
        What’s ever public commons’ is privatized…
        I’m against it!

        • henry on October 5, 2014 at 6:44 pm

          The Chinese government has a responsibility to its 1.3 billion citizens first.
          And like it or not it’s doing a relatively speaking a good job at it,

          Also, according to Martin Jacques, author of
          “When China Rules the World: The End of the Western World and the Birth of a New Global Order”,

          to understand the country better one needs to realize its not simply a modern “nation-state” where democracy is somehow attributed to the state’s success, rather the country is a “civilizational state” where unity and stability are the most important thing, the legitimacy of the Chinese government comes from its ability to achieve those.

          I think China, as matter of fact, the entire human civilization is undergoing a very important transitional phase,
          instead of living in fear and confusion
          (as i used to think America is the most evil country in the world, and it must be nuked before it destroys more cultures), i now choose to live in hope and clarification.

          rational and constructive dialogue between different cultures is the way to ensure a brighter future for humanity as a whole.

          Personally, i’m quite confident about future relations between China and America, and between the ‘West’ and ‘East’ in general. I already see the handwritings for humanity’s future on the wall, and i can see the signs are everywhere. There is no confusion for me anymore, i’m just enjoying the drama and the stupidity in it.

          And for what is worth, i believe Edgar Cayce’s prophecy about China becoming “the Cradle of Christianity” in the future, does not mean China will adopt the religion, but the country will experience some kind of “spiritual awakening” in the future.
          since i have been visited by a being of light several times when i was a teen, i think the deeper implication of his prophecy is there will be people in China attaining the state of “christ-consciousness” in the future, that is to say people becoming beings of light.

          But the country is still progressing and experiencing, so is the entire human civilization, there will be a day, when today’s problems becomes the problems of yesterday.
          humanity is meant to move forward rather than stuck in a certain time period and the mentalities characteristic of that period, not to mention they were greatly diluted and confused by the infiltration of darkness, it was also a hijack of humanity true spiritual self and origin.

          • Joseph P. Farrell on October 5, 2014 at 8:46 pm

            Henry… I QUITE agree with your reading on the volcano eruption in Japan in the context of Mr. Abe’s reversals… I too share this concern, and you may find your comments appearing in an upcoming blog(if you don’t mind). It fits the same pattern observed with the Indonesian tsunami and the Fukushima disaster. And I share, to some extent, your suspicions re. President Obama as well.

          • Robert Barricklow on October 6, 2014 at 10:46 am

            In reading Loretta Napoleoni’s, Maonomics: Why Chinese Communists Make Better capitalists Than We Do, I got the “sense” of what your doing a good jo is, in terms of civilization, the people, and governance.
            And In reading Dr. Farrell’s comments above, my suspect perception is that the earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanoes, weather, etc., are all being manipulated in covert wars of aggression, towards a policy that benefits a very miniscule select few; at the expense of the rest of the living, here on Earth, including Earth herself.

  3. yankee phil on October 4, 2014 at 3:17 am

    Welcome to the matrix Doc,may your faith sustain you.

  4. Robert Barricklow on October 3, 2014 at 12:05 pm

    William Engdahl Tells us of war president Obama and the strange goings on with his absurd war on Ebola and the blood thirsty Susan Rice. Not to mention the huge oil deposits recently discovered. Where? You guessed it! Right where the Ebola is. And the Doctor leading this is the same who ran the swine con for the WHO not very long ago. Orwellian gone mad straight down the memory hole. And where is the Orwellian press. Are they all singing praise from the same page, an entertaining chorus of lies harmonically mixed-well with half-truths and misdirection? Perhaps a sprinkle or two of blood here and there. Or maybe a few gushers mixed well with fear. Perhaps a big dose of bullets. And perhaps a good portion of drones purposely drumming up some unbelievable numbers in the collateral damage recipe for disaster-capitalism column? Those huge numbers need some huge debt financing that can be securitized. Maybe some special financial vehicles with some credit default swaps, some various derivatives could run up some debt as well.
    Yes the war on ebola is looking good.
    By the way what’s the next war in the pipeline? Perhaps we could run those with the new ebola & Ukraine war.
    The more we have, the less you have.

  5. eric on October 2, 2014 at 8:57 pm

    Mericah! Putting the “F” back in freedom

  6. marcos toledo on October 2, 2014 at 7:32 pm

    What we have been witnessing in the USA is the rise of the CSA under the shell of the former. Obama is barely treading water witness the latest security failure by the Secret Service at the White House so he better follow the script they gave him or else it could be Ekatenburg for him and his immediate family. As for the USA what better cover for it’s destruction to present it as a imperial clown show before it thrown on the train track of history and run over.

    • Robert Barricklow on October 3, 2014 at 12:15 pm

      Yes. Looks like those breaches are purposely done to instill fear in the puppets. After all, the Secret Service is the FED. Ironically, they stay close to make sure, he or she, doesn’t become a real president; one with no strings attached.

  7. Frankie Calcutta on October 2, 2014 at 6:37 pm

    a couple speculations regarding Obamma’s speech:

    — could he be under duress on account of the recent White House intruders? Possibly the weak security at the WH is a message for him to tow the line? I would think being married to a husband like Mike (Michele), Obamma would feel relatively safe in his home. Transvestites are renown for being vicious street fighters and Mike is built like an olympic athlete and his ferocious eyes are clearly the mark of someone who is not to be messed with. I remember the first time I saw an uncomfortable Mike stomp across the stage at the Democratic Convention in his gown, I knew right away that we were looking at a man who probably has chewed a few ears off in his lifetime. My guess is he is an ex-con who took the gig as first lady to get out of his prison sentence while simultaneously helping win a bet for the NY media mogul who bet his fellow blood drinkers out in Hollywood a dollar and a corn beef sandwich that he couldn’t take a hardened prisoner, who was also a transvestite, and put him in the White House in the role of First Lady.

    — or, could it be possible that the full spectrum assault on the aliens among us using GMOs, chemtrails, radiation, food dyes, etc is beginning to take effect and our alien leadership is starting to get disoriented and generally out of touch with these unnatural surroundings and the humans they are trying to control?

    –or, could Obamma’s behavior have anything to do with those mysterious cell towers in DC that recently went public? I almost sense an interference in the signal he is meant to be receiving.

    — or, could his teleprompter have been hijacked? And I say this with all seriousness because it seems like the kind of sophomoric hijinks the Israelis would pull.

    Regarding top threats:

    — Russia is indeed the greatest threat to the western madmen who rule over most of the world. Dharma Lord Putin has thoroughly unmasked them and is starting to unhinge them as evidenced by their reckless and desperate behavior. If the banksters can not start WWIII or kill off a bunch of us in a pandemic and thereby reset the game board in their favor, I believe their goose is truly cooked and we will learn what those one way chemical rockets are for. The underground nazis certainly won’t give refuge to any kohanims when they become the scapegoat for all of humanity’s woes. Nor will they give them passage on any of their deep space vessels. I imagine the sadistic nazis will simply take great sport in watching with their surveillance cameras and spy satellites the terrified banksters hopelessly claw at the nazi bunker doors as the machete flash mobs descend upon them.

    — Yes, the ebola virus could be a great threat if that is what the madmen intend. If that is the case, I would hope that our plasma friends would intervene like they have done as of late and contain the virus. Apocalyptic plagues have worked well for the banksters in the past when their back is to the wall. I suspect that the real danger in the virus will be from the vaccines and the authoritarian measures inflicted on the populace. And taking a page from that hack from South Dakota’s high octane speculation, a North American ebola outbreak may be the perfect fodder for the engineered secessionist movements as abject federal government “ineptitude” will trigger a groundswell of popular (engineered) rebellion. What better place to start then Texas. An independent Texan Republic could quickly be transformed into an Evangelical theocracy abiding strictly by the Noahide laws like their budding noahide counterparts in the Islamic State. Soon beheadings in Texas will be as common as cowboy hats and 22 ounce steaks. A war of expansion into the neighboring heathen territories will soon follow. The Cathar like new age residents of Santa Fe will surely be burnt at the stake while the all non-noahide Christians will be forced to choose between hassidic gentilism or their heads.

    — lastly, I suspect the reason the Germans are reneging on some of their NATO duties is out of fear. Could you imagine the bad publicity the Germans would get if they accidentally killed an Israeli commando embedded in an ISIS unit or running a terror squad in the Ukraine? And what about the lawsuits? The Germans are still paying off their lawsuits from the holocaust. And likewise, still being publicly lashed in the global media on a daily basis for these WWII crimes. I don’t think the Germans want to dare take that risk, and I don’t blame them. Not to mention all the confusion of pretending to protect the Kurds while secretly helping kill them, and then pretending to kill ISIS while secretly advancing their agenda. It would make any military commander who is not completely demonic lose his mind.

    • marcos toledo on October 2, 2014 at 7:50 pm

      Thanks Frankie the Cathars were on my mind. Texas as a real life Republic of Gilad from The Handmaiden’s Tale. And as for Ebola think of it as a 21st Century Smallpox bio-weapon a la Jeffrey Amherst use against the native people of North America.

      • Lost on October 3, 2014 at 8:26 am


        “hardened prisoner” and where was Obama imprisoned?

    • Gaia Mars-hall on October 3, 2014 at 5:09 pm

      I appreciate the analysis, written in a manner that prompted some mirth which is the only defense against this insanity.

  8. foggygoggles on October 2, 2014 at 3:22 pm

    Good grief! At what point does the rest of the world say, BASTA?

    • basta on October 2, 2014 at 5:00 pm

      … yes?

      But I make no promises…

  9. nines on October 2, 2014 at 2:51 pm

  10. Wayne D on October 2, 2014 at 2:10 pm

    It would take Germany six months to ready their air force to meet an emergency.
    Most emergencies are over in a few days.

    Sounds like Germany will not be involved in any emergencies on the Eastern front to me!

  11. DownunderET on October 2, 2014 at 2:00 pm

    Firstly why did Iraq buy SU-25′ and not F-A18 Superhornets ??
    Secondly, Obama’ speech at the UN will go down as the dumbest piece of teleprompter BS ever heard. No wonder some of the UN delegation were mystified, but it isn’t just Obama, just about every US politician want’s the world to believe everything that they say is the truth. The list of US bull shitters is long, and no amount of media beat up will change anybody’s mind that the US has gone beyond “nutty”.

    • MattB on October 2, 2014 at 6:03 pm

      Because they had already made an order for F-16s, but America took too long in the delivery. You can’t just ‘buy’ a Super Hornet. You have to purchase the hardware and soft ware as well. It is one of the reasons Australia bought the Super Hornet-it is already compatible with our soft ware and hard ware. Well played Russia for the quick provision.

      The SU-25 is far more of an ‘analogue’ system and Irag had already been using the hard ware and software that Sukhoi provide. Not to mention their pilots would have a shorter turn around in training on a SU-25 than a Super Hornet. From what I know, these SU-25s are not the highly upgraded ones that the Russian airforce currently use-more like ‘Walmart/K-Mart’ version.

      • Robert Barricklow on October 3, 2014 at 12:27 pm

        Weren’t the Chinese 3-D Printing fighter jets?
        Sometimes I read these stories and think about these other technologies; and far have they advanced? Especially, when it comes to war.
        For example, manufacturing parts in the war theater, and then putting the pieces together?
        Cheap? Fast turnaround time?

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