Here's one from a regular reader and article-contributer here, Mr. S.D., who accompanied his email with the comment, "hmmm....", and when you see it, you'll see why it makes me go "hmmm" too:

Russia opens Ebola center in Guinea Source

There's more going on here than meets the eye, and it prompts some high octane speculation(as usual). First, note that this ebola research center is being done under the corporate auspices of RUSAL:

"The center was built and equipped by the RUSAL company, a leading global aluminium producer, with active assistance from the Russian embassy in Conakry. Investment amounted to over $10 million. The Centre’s premises include an infection hospital, a provisional hospital, a mobile laboratory and a blood and plasma transfusion department with a laboratory. The Centre will initially serve as a hospital for the treatment of those infected with the Ebola virus.

"'The Russian operator, that has been working in Guinea since 2002 and is one of the largest investors in the local economy, is the world's only public company to have implemented such a large-scale project to check the global spreading of the Ebola virus,' the Russian Foreign Ministry said."

And then Guinea's response:

"Guinean President Alpha Conde, who attended the ceremony, thanked Russia and the RUSAL management on behalf of the Guinean people for their role in preventing Ebola.

"'We are very grateful for the generous contribution of the Russian Federation, its President and UC RUSAL. It is a great honour to accept this valuable contribution, which will significantly help us in the fight against Ebola. On behalf of the people of Guinea, I offer my sincere thanks,' stated President of Guinea, Alpha Conde at the opening ceremony.

"'We strive to provide full support to the Republic of Guinea, not only in the fight against the Ebola virus, but also in activities related to strengthening their national health system as a whole in order to successfully prevent the spread of life-threatening diseases in future,' commented Vladislav Soloviev, CEO of RUSAL."

This move comes when Russia also sent divers to assist in the recovery of the black boxes from the down Asia Air airliner, and in the context of a widening geopolitical contest in Africa between China and Russia, and the Obama administration's stationing of US troops in the ebola-torn regions of west central Africa last year. In short, the geo-political game of 2015 may well be concentrated on Africa, and "ebola" will be the issue that drives great power politics in the region. The move also comes, as per our blogs this previous week, on China's and Russia's establishment of a joint credit ratings agency, and the Russian prohibition of S&P, Moody's, and Fitch's credit ratings operations in that country, and amid revelations that the German Bundesbank has been quietly repatriating gold from the NY Federal Reserve.

So what's going on? Russia and China are playing a long term geopolitical game in Africa, most evident in the fact that the USA sends troops, and Russia sends a hospital and research center, following the Chinese pattern of involvement in Africa by helping to build infrastructure in that plundered continent. The long term game is to build up Africa, and pry it away from the West and America. But make no mistake: that BRICSA assistance will eventually require those nations to send troops to "protect their investment", and perhaps even do so in response to "calls" from African nations to help defend against any further encroachments by the West. My "high octane speculation"? Watch South Africa in the coming months and years, for it was not for nothing that BRICSA bloc recently welcomed South Africa into the fold, for those "calls for help and assistance" could most effectively, and easily, be answered by Africa's own regional power, a power with its own advanced infrastructure and indigenous arms industry. The battle is on for the hearts and minds of central Africa, and the West, one can expect, will now make a tremendous effort to beef up its "humanitarian aid" to the region.
In short, we're looking at Cold War 2.0 in Africa, and the battlegrounds are the same. But there's one important difference. This time it's not just "the West" versus Russia, but "the West" versus Russia and China, and a new player on the bloc (pun intended), called BRICSA. And the "swing vote" here is South Africa, formerly a part (sort of) of that grand Western coalition against Communism under its old apartheid minority governments, and now very much a part of the BRICSA alliance. And there's another issue looming in the geopolitics of Africa besides ebola, and that's the GMO issue, as the USA is mounting a huge effort to pass GMO-friendly laws in various African nations. If Russia, China, and especially South Africa, now begin to sound the GMO alarm in Africa, we'll know the geopolitical game is afoot.
The troops are already in place.
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. yankee phil on January 24, 2015 at 2:07 am

    Obviously with Germany’s interest in chemical and germ warfare technology Russia would be clever to learn about releasable pandemics and to help eliminate the breeding grounds for them. If you can genetically construct diseases than potentially you can genetically engineer an antidote. Here in europe there are chemtrails constantly,here in amsterdam you can see the planes sometimes in the morning and even have witnesses the plane turning off the chemical dispersal in mid flight,the trail going from thick and non-evaporating to the normal dissipating jet exhaust in one shot. Also several planes spraying the trail then turning mid flight and continuing on in the opposite direction but properly spaced from the original flight path. Makes you want to hold your breath.

  2. old97polarcat on January 23, 2015 at 3:45 pm

    Two things seem certain looking at today’s news:

    1. The initial delamination of Europe’s foreign policy [specifically, the collapse of the West’s MH17 story and the resultant sanctions] from US domination will speed up over the next 6 months, because,

    2. the Euro is about to go into the toilet, and Draghi’s QE is just a simple pump and dump scheme to allow the oligarchs and their evil minions time to get their ill-gotten proceeds out out the system before Le Muppets figure out what’s going on and start running to “banks.”

  3. loisg on January 23, 2015 at 11:18 am

    Meanwhile everyone ignores Nigeria and Boko Haram.

  4. marcos toledo on January 23, 2015 at 10:20 am

    Well this sure beats the Wests using Africans as lab rats in their latest Josef Mengele medical experiments. Remember the AIDs rumors of it’s origins and the use of blacks, poor people, other minorities and mentally retarded children in syphilis and pharmaceutical drugs experiments. I wish Guinea luck with this new hospital complex from Russia to fight Ebola instead of bloody chaos of the Western Powers.

  5. Robert Barricklow on January 23, 2015 at 9:43 am

    Henry Kissinger made some remarks years ago about Africa needing to build a health/medical infrastructure from the ground up, upon which an economy could, in-part, be based. He added if it wasn’t healthcare, it could be something else, but they needed something.
    Of course, the West is continually extracting wealth wherever they do business. That is their economic infrastructure: wealth extraction. Not building wealth; but taking it. O would like to think that the BRICSA is a counter to that philosophy, one that builds wealth to share it.
    As an aside, my Veteran’s Health Today magazine just got delivered; an article on the inside back cover covers questions on the the Ebola Virus. Another disappointment. These neoliberal/neocons need to be extracted by their roots, and colored gone for good.

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