I've been receiving a pile of various articles on the economic sanctions against Russia, the plunge of the ruble, failing oil and gas prices and how it's all being engineered to ruin Russia's economy, and even a couple about (British) Prime Minister Cameron stating that Russia is simply unfit to participate in any financial system - it is to laugh! and the trouble was, he said it with a straight face! - much less the West's shining edifice of rigged LIBOR rates, gold rehypothecation(not to mention that pesky thing of undocumented gold that I talked about in last Thursday's News and Views from the Nefarium), robo-signed mortgage fraud bundles into derivatives inflated into the quadrillions of dollars, and a growing list of suspicious banker deaths.  Yes, the West's system is a shining example (like a mackerel on a moonlit beach, it both shines and stinks) of fair play and rule of law and DEMOCRACY and goodness and truth and apple pie, and Mr. Putin really ought to be ashamed of himself for being the hypocritical former KGBnik that he is. And of course, mixed in with this has been the usual amount of articles and even some personal emails about the plight of Ukrainians under the "neo" Fascist government freshly installed in Kiev by the US and its compliant European lackeys. Additionally, Secretary of State Ketchup Kerry weighed in with a monotone droning to the effect that all these awful sanctions could be lifted within mere days if Mr. Putin but came to his senses and decided to make nice and play by the West's playbook, which it likes to re-write any time Mr. Putin or Ms. Fernandez de Kircher or others don't want to play by rules they have no input in making. I even received an article that compared contemporary financial geopolitics to a game of Risk, that Parker Brothers classic where one tries to conquer the world by forming and breaking alliances, stabbing people in the back, lying, and of course, marching all over the world with big armies. The article pointed out - if I understood it correctly - that in the aftermath of the Soviet collapse, this particular Risk game had a triumphant America moving its armies all over the world, with the exception of a few stubborn hold-outs in central Asia and China, who, through a process of cagey diplomacy brought everyone back from the brink of disaster, so now the board is a big mess again, but everybody is pretty upset at America for all the backstabbing and lying.

The bottom line here is that the USA is determined to overturn Mr. Putin's government by financial hook or covert ops crook because he's such a Big Bad Mean KGBnik, and that the sanctions are really working and really will work if we but give them - and the covert ops people - enough time to do so.

Except, as a reader here - call him Mr. B. - noted, by finding and sending me this curious article which, incidentally, comes from Itar-TASS in Moscow:

Lockheed Martin, Boeing to explore deep space together with Russia

Now, Moscow (and for that matter, Itar-TASS), have done their fair share of lying, so this little story does raise the eyebrows a bit, since no one I know informed me of any recent SeeBS or Faux News reports on the subject. But, given the absurd slapstick comedy of Prime Minister Cardinal Camerlengo Cameron's remarks about Russia not being fit to join the West's system of international finance, it's easy to see why few rational people trust the BBC, CBC, SeeBS or the West's media organs either. So... let's assume that the ITAR-TASS article is true.

The first most obvious question that comes to mind here is that apparently US corporations like Lockheed and Boeing are not prohibited by the sanctions from doing business with their Russian counterpart Energiya, which raises the possibility that, whatever might divide Mr. Cameron from moral and rational sanity, or Russia from the West on Earthly geopolitical matters, something far more pressing might be compelling cooperation in space. The question is... what? The question assumes some importance, given these admissions in the ITAR-TASS article:

“'We signed a range of protocols on further collaboration at the end of those meetings,” Solntsev said. “Our US partners are interested in joint programmes for deep space exploration.'

“'US companies and research organizations engaged in manned space flights have offered a range of new programmes to the Russian side recently,' he said. 'In spite of a statement by Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin on a forthcoming withdrawal from the International Space Station project, Russian experts feel quite enthusiastic about US proposals on the whole.'”

In other words, Russia pulled the plug on International Space Station cooperation, and the West has slapped Russia with sanctions, but as far as Energiya and Lockheed-Martin and Boeing are concerned, proposals continue to be made, and specifically in conjunction with America's Orion space capsule and planned Moon and Mars missions

This suggests, of course, that some sort of cooperative effort is quietly in the works, for whatever reason. It could, in a certain sense, be taken as corroborative of the real disconnect between the US government and its defense contractors and the "breakaway civilization" they may represent: the US Government slaps sanctions on Russia, while the real powers - Energiya, Lockheed, Boeing - proceed with business as usual.

There's something else in this article that I hope you caught, and it might even be some sort of loose, perhaps unintended corroboration of that high octane interpretation of the article, and Mr. B was kind enough to point it out in his email. And perhaps this is merely a consequence of translation from Russian to English, and perhaps not. Note that the Russian article refers, not to space capsules and rockets, but refers rather oddly to "space ships". Perhaps the Russians think of their Soyuz capsules as "ships".  But given ITAR-TASS's long association with Russian and Soviet intelligence, they should certainly know how the phrase "space ships" sound to English speaking ears...

... and perhaps that was their whole point.

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. portee89 on January 2, 2015 at 9:19 am

    I have friends that say that the US is ready to go to war with Russia. I tell them that that are wrong. There will be no combat boots on the ground war with Russia. Why? Cause it is very clear that the West needs to collaborate with the Russians cause of their high aptitude for “Mathematics”. Period. To go to the next level in space travel or existence even, we need the Russians and Germans. So despite their Geopolitical hick-ups, we can all get along for Space endeavors. The Russians are our allies when it comes to space travel. We can’t do it alone. It’s scary out there in the unknown…

  2. Avenkat on December 21, 2014 at 4:11 pm

    Does anyone remember when NASA sent a rocket up to the moon with some sort of explosive charge and made a big boom on the moon? What are they trying to hide on the moon? China and India are going to go up there and find out what is on the moon they(NASA) do not want us (peons) to know about. Check out Richard C. Hoagland’s books The Monuments of Mars: A City on the Edge of Forever/ Dark Mission:The Secret History of NASA.

  3. Miguel on December 20, 2014 at 7:06 pm

    Lately I am thinking mo’re along the lines of a pirate civilfixation in the fashion of Attila and possibly the Goths who supplied manpower footprints and generals to the Romans. Attila was given bribes to keep him at bay. The alien threat I’d only a more sophisticaTed form of milking the cow. Saucers around missile silos and military facilities would be only a more sophisticated form of selling their latest software firewall. Much like Microsoft slowing down hardware and prompting us to upgrade into faster operating systems and hardware.
    I read the book on swastikas and saucers and was surprised that Dr. Farrell, after making reference to skozernypsiops remarks, never looked into the unmolested written by German scientists and a secret service Spanish agent only a 90 minute drive from skozernyplace in alicantespain. The agent was an aristocratic lady deep into occult rites. Her name was margarita Ruiz. Those letters were written while skozernyhimself was dispatching mercensored to middle east to claim someone’s share to the oil pie. Once they got their deal the letters which detfailed free energy sources stopped all of a sudden although someone else took over and spun the letters towards a psychological experiment rather than spilling beans on free energy sources.

  4. emlong on December 20, 2014 at 4:40 pm

    So, let’s assume as many are suggesting beginning most overtly with Von Braun that a future “Al Qaeda” boogey man will surely sooner or later be something that masquerades as alien invaders from outer space using human generated advanced technology to simulate an irresistible foe. How could such a false flag op not be a conglomerate of super powers acting behind the scenes in concert? All the major players with space defense capabilities would have to be in on it for the ruse to work, or putting it perhaps more accurately all of the “breakaway civilization” nodes from the various states and super states would have to be acting in concert.

    • Robert Barricklow on December 20, 2014 at 4:50 pm

      Excellent Point!!

  5. Robert Barricklow on December 20, 2014 at 1:14 pm

    Paul Craig Roberts remarks on ruble/sanctions.

  6. Robert Barricklow on December 20, 2014 at 12:55 pm

    Private Power has usurped Western governments. Thus Russia is really battling a private power base, aka breakaway civilization[when drilled down]. The Lockheed thing maybe trying to lay the ground work[infrastructure] for the planned economies of the future. No time like the present to lay tracks on some “back-to-the-future” technologies. Just blow the dust 3D Copies space ships templates, and put them on the new infrastructure tracks/power-grids/cutting-edge fuel sources. The pesky public won’t know what hit them. It’s proprietary information{made possible by slight-of-hand and ungodly amounts of public funding].

  7. Bente Petersen on December 20, 2014 at 12:04 pm

    Yours above and just listened to the interview re Breakaway, Super state ET wars Nazi etc… Well so what does Frau Merkel have to do with this and apparently following orders from US… I have never understood her seemingly willing compliance and asked myself What do “they” have on her? Can you fill me in ?

  8. marcos toledo on December 20, 2014 at 10:25 am

    The space clown show parades on the Orion resurrected Apollo command capsule back to the future. They can’t even land this on land it been fifty years how about galley slaves for propulsion power. I just wonder what the Skunk Works and Boeing black projects department might be offering Russia under the table. Frustrated by forty years of foot dragging nickel and diming by the CSA who’s only thoughts is war profiting. Is this the real breakaway civilization making it’s coming out prom.

  9. Guygrr on December 20, 2014 at 9:53 am

    Very interesting. Given the bs claims that Orion, the supped up Apollo, is a rocket powered craft where would one dock it with a Russian space craft? When I visited Kennedy Space Center over the summer they had a whole big exhibit featuring the Orion with a scale model capsule and let me tell you the thing was freaken tiny. If I remember correctly the hatch for the capsule is on the top, meaning docking with any other craft would have to be done head on. Something tells me that wouldnt be very safe. How would any astronaut stay in the necessary good physical condition in such a tiny thing anyway? If the “rocket” is actually propelled by other means how big would such an engine be? I’m assuming that would free up a whole hell of a lot of space in the very large hull for living accommodations.

    While in Cape Cavnaveral I specifically asked the tour guide how multiple people could survive in such a craft for 6 months one way and 6 months back in the other direction? I realized if that question stumped him he really wouldn’t know what to do with my next question. How significant was Nazi influence on early NASA and does he see any of that influence still operating today I asked. At that point a self important member of the tour proclaimed how ignorant I was, him being a dedicated scholar to all things rocketry, claiming my question was blasphemous and did not deserve to be answered. I preceeded by saying I would like for the two of us to compare sources after the tour and discuss alternative means of space propulsion explored by Nazi covert research beggining in WWII. Needless to say we didnt have that discussion, the tour guide ignored my question, and the group mind kicked in and I was subsequently labeled a tin foil hat wearing conspiracy theorist not living in reality. I of course wanted to keep debating but thought better of it for once in my life. My mother was thoroughly embarrassed, apologized for her crazy son and said not to worry because she would personally make sure I asked no more “upsetting” questions. On the 3 hour ride back to Tampa she recieved a lecture on the danger of not asking questions and the self policing dogmatic nature of our society. Unfortunately none of it seemed sink in. She now refuses to go to any museums or places with me where I will surely embarrass her.

    Anyway, I have a friend that is native to China and traveling back there for 3 weeks. I asked him to obtain for me any Chineese published news sources in English that he comes across, paying specific attention to anything space, gold, or corruption with the west related. Seeing that I don’t trust the Internet all that much anymore I want to know what they are really saying in China about those topics. I’m excited to see what he finds for me and am hoping I discover some interesting relevant tidbits.

    • DanaThomas on December 21, 2014 at 4:18 am

      Nothing like a personal visit to expose what looks so great in digital pictures…

  10. Aridzonan_13 on December 20, 2014 at 6:43 am

    I find it disconcerting that Russia is lead by a former KGB head and in the US, Daddy Bush, IMHIO (in my humble and ignorant opinion) has been the “Stealth Dictator” of the US for almost 35 years. And Bush III looms large on the horizon. So, Intelligence Agencies appear to hold a tremendous amount of power across the globe. The problem is, they don’t operate for the best interests of the people they allegedly serve. Why do I smell WWF scenarios on the broil?

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