While we're on the topic of the geopolitical earthquake taking place in Europe and the Middle East with Mr. Putin's recent decision to answer calls for military assistance from Damascus, consider the contents - the extremely important contents - of this article shared by Mr. M.S.:

Putin to Russian army officers: operation 'Salvation' shall begin soon, you must prepare to cleanse Syria from Obama's terrorists

Consider the remarks that Moskovskaya Pravda reported that Mr. Putin made to his officers:

"We have nearly two million orthodox Christians in the Levant—Syria and Lebanon— and approximately 5 million Christians across Middle-East. Regardless of America's presidential election outcome, White House craves chaos in that oil-rich region by supporting fanatic Islamist organizations, i.e. ISIS and al-Nusra Front," Moskovskaya Pravda cited the Russian president as saying.

It is morally incumbent upon Russia to change this terrible status quo in the Middle-East , added Mr.Putin ,  prepare for operation 'Salvation' and with God almighty's aid , we shall cleanse Syria from Obama's ruthless terrorists.

This is another geopolitical earthquake, for if Mr. Putin did indeed make such remarks, it is an indication that Mr. Putin's government is prepared to revive the old foreign policy, and role, of Russia under the Tsars, namely, to act as the guarantor of Orthodox Christians within Europe and the Middle East. This comes as no surprise to this author, for I've been insisting for many years both publicly and private(most recently in private correspondence to a friend in Indonesia) that the West's - largely America's - reading of Mr. Putin and his government is entirely wrong. Strong-handed he may be, but he is not a throwback to Stalin, but rather to the late autocracy of Nicholai I or perhaps Alexander II and so on. Notably, in his remarks, Mr. Putin also clearly stated that the USA is ultimately behind the rise of the radical ISIS group. But there is also another target of Mr. Putin's remarks:

Addressing the Russian top brass on Wednesday, Vladimir Putin lambasted U.S. Middle-East policy for being 'disastrous' as Saudi-backed rebels vowed to purge Syria and Iraq from Christians and other ethnic and religious minorities.
(Emphasis added)

In other words, Moscow is simply not going to sit idly by and allow the USA and its radicalized allies to commit genocide against minorities in the name of a foreign policy being dictated by Wahhabism, and thereby to destablize the entire region.

These statements, along with the recent meetings of the French, Russian, and German foreign minsiters in Berlin, indicate that the geopolitical earthquake now taking place in response to what is increasingly perceived as disastrous American meddling in the Middle East, and its unimaginably disastrous policy of backing radical Islamicist groups, is neither a transitory nor illusory phenomenon. It is fast becoming a major and semi-permanent feature of the geopolitics of the region. These statements, couple with Moscow's and Tehran's mutual alliance, and the role that France, Germany, and Russia played behind the scenes in brokering the nuclear agreement with Iran, plus those recent and sudden Saudi trips and overtures to Moscow, indicate just how precarious Washington's and Riyadh's position is fast becoming. Add France, Germany, and possibly even China to the mix, and even London's growing but quietly voiced maneuvering to position itself favorably with China's New Silk Road intentions, and the earthquake is heading toward the upper reaches of the Richter scale.

Clearly, Mr. Putin has now openly stated what has long been argued in the west's alternative press: the radical terrorist group of today was yesterday's "freedom fighters," and their ties go all the way to Washington, Riyadh, and Ankara, and to the old wounds that are still festering from World War One. What remains to be seen is how Paris and Berlin will react to such claims and statements, for react they must. My high octane speculation? I suspect that the reaction, at least officially, will be to attempt toi strike an unrealistic "balance" bewteen Mr. Putin's claims, and Washington's denials. But the real thing to watch will be the French and German populations, and the parties in opposition to their governments, for the average Frenchman and German also is feeling the pressure and fallout from Washington's disastrous policies in the growing refugee crisis in Europe.

And there's one final player in this geopolitical earthquake that we must remember in this context, one who is often overlooked, and who, his nutty pronouncements about climate change notwithstanding, has weighed in on the Middle East, and that's Pope Francis I, for recall, not too long ago, that he made the very un-ecumenical statement to the effect that Christians do have the right to defend themselves against radical Islamcism. Many of the Christians that Mr. Putin refers to in his reported remarks are in fact Maronite Eastern Rite Roman Catholics, particularly in Lebanon and western Syria, and even in Damascus itself. My prediction? Excpect more personal meetings between Mr. Putin and the Pope, and expect them in the near future, possibly even in Moscow.

And that will be - for those familair both with recent Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox history - an earthquake of an altogether different kind, one both geopolitical and religious, all at once.

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. nidster on October 5, 2015 at 12:05 am

    The implied meaning of Putin’s orders to his top military officers indicates the Russians have developed some strong evidence, perhaps irrefutable evidence the Obama Regime was involved in establishing ISIS. Who knows if the actual evidence will ever come to light, or if Putin simply uses it as leverage to keep Bashar al-Asaad in power? Regardless, there is little question the US will not be able to maintain any strong influence in the Middle East, or in the Eastern Mediterrain Sea during the Obama Regime. With Putin sending his military forces into Syria under the operational name ‘Salvation’, and if the ongoing genocide is prevented, and if the refugee flow out of the ME is stopped (appears likely) then Putin’s status will be greatly enhanced.

  2. magus1979 on October 3, 2015 at 8:36 am

    I’m beginning to think that all the “enemies of the West” are the ones telling the truth and Russia is no exception. I’m also curious what Russia claims to know regarding 9/11 and how they would use this as leverage against the States if its true. What is truly amazing is how history is repeating itself in regards to Islam with the appearance of ISIS and how the West is demonizing the Muslims of the world because of it. Seems to me that this is all just a modern day Crusade for the Western powers in a mad dash for land resources, but I guess we already knew that, right?

  3. zendogbreath on October 2, 2015 at 7:56 pm

    any one here look at mehran keshe lately?
    are the 7th gen toys about to come out of the closet?

  4. Reno on October 1, 2015 at 10:40 pm

    And perhaps a faked school shooting to distract us. These are all starting to look remarkably similar in images and plot.

  5. goshawks on October 1, 2015 at 11:58 am

    The main thing that I am curious about is whether Russia will take this ‘opportunity’ to test out their own boutique ‘nukes’. (I am putting nukes in quotes because they may actually be fusion-powered.) There is overwhelming evidence – to those who will see – that small-yield ‘nukes’ have already been used from Syria to China. I imagine that there are a number of Russian and Chinese officials, etc., who would like to say “two can play that game” – for anger reasons, political reasons, and even testing reasons.

    Let’s hope that there are lots of minicams left-on around ISIL positions…

  6. yankee phil on October 1, 2015 at 11:39 am

    Surprise,surprise ,surprise as Gomer would say Could be this potential shooting war between Nato and Russia has the perfect battleground to dogfight over,its already blown apart and all the civilians are used to the violence where as Ukraine was still in good shape infrastructure wise. And once the party gets started all Nato members will have to fall in line and either enter the ring or shut de hell up. Yes this could be the perfect place to test electronic warfare capabilities(signal corps,satellite downlink strengths and of course jamming capabilities) and even China can bring in their new hardware and see if it works against western high tech,perhaps testing the waters for a south China Sea confrontation so they know what their up against in the future,”one picture worth a thousand words”. Could finally get to see whose 5th generation fighters will bring us to the 6th generation. What’ll Bilko do now?

  7. basta on October 1, 2015 at 11:28 am

    As the US sputters and reels after being told to remove its jets from Syrian airspace “or else” with a curt call from a mid-level Russian officer, and as the Saudis whine and bluster, Russia is back in a big way and they are wasting no time in draining the ZioCon swamp of “moderate rebels,” ISIS, ISIL, Al CIAda, Daesh and all the other sordid patsies and useful idiots the Cabal has been cultivating and breeding and that have been festering in the ME since they launched the 911 false flag.

    Iran is sending in ground troops, the Chinese are sending their aircraft carrier, and Syria is the definitive line in the sand. And it is a line that has been drawn by Russia.

    This is the furthest outpost of Empire, and from here on in it is retrenchment. From Rise to Fall. Mark your calendars folks, it begins here (either that or WWIII).

    Oh, and get ready for some heavy-duty propaganda about asphyxiated babies in incubators and auto-da-fes, followed by some serious and desperate false-flags by the usual suspects (by way of deception thou shalt wage war).

    • Button on October 1, 2015 at 5:10 pm


      Can you point me to any articles or resources that discuss Saudi-Israeli connections? I’ve read and heard this mentioned before on occasion, but I’m not familiar enough with geopolitics to unravel all of it. Is it something similar to the Nazi SD collaborating with Zionists (historically documented).

      Speaking of false-flags, we had yet another mass shooting today at a community college in Oregon, USA. Like you, I too believe we are seeing the beginning of a very spectacular (and bloody) transition shaping up.

      • basta on October 2, 2015 at 1:43 am

        Hi Button,

        The Saudi-Israeli secret alliance was long-suspected and was finally revealed recently. Even the US MSM reported on a series of five secret talks that were held between them to plot against Iran, under the auspices of that infamous walnut-paneled den of US policy psychopaths, none other than the CFR. Just Googling “Saudi-Israeli cooperation” will bring up a lot, and here’s a link to the Bloomberg article:

        The Israelis are helping the Saudis in Yemen, and the Saudis and Israelis are both supporting ISIS/ISIL/Daesh/Whatever.

        IMO, they bonded over 911 and have been BFFs ever since (but the Saudis are the junior partner and if push comes to shove and 911 ever unravels, the Saudis have been set up by years of you-know-who’s disinfo to take the fall).

      • DanaThomas on October 3, 2015 at 12:30 am

        Saudi-Israeli relations? What about this article from the Jerusalem Post as to “why Saudi Arabia needs Israel”:

    • zendogbreath on October 7, 2015 at 10:09 pm

      spot on as ever basta.

      to add (dang for showing my age), by the late ’70’s it was common knowledge saudi and israel both existed through u.s. sponsorship. and needed each other. they persisted with good cop bad cop in clear obvious coordination. who channeled what funds and weapons parts and intel personnel through who to get what ops done? iran contra could not have happened without those cooperative intel ops. how does someone like adnon kashogi sell donuts let alone weapons without the trading with the enemy antics that only milo minderbender could pull off? ironic, think i read my first news article on kashogi in ’76 in time magazine. remember it as referencing him as the most powerful weapons dealer on the planet.

  8. Anthroposophe on October 1, 2015 at 9:39 am

  9. marcos toledo on October 1, 2015 at 8:36 am

    Slavery r Us has decided that Fascist Islam will be the banner under which they will rule and loot the World. And Russia, China, and what’s left of Western Europe and both major branch’s of Christianity are determined to stop them.

    • Roger on October 1, 2015 at 10:51 am

      That’s the most likely scenario I see. But the real leadership of this policy is still a little slippery. Have the foreign private owners of the Fed secretly converted to Islam or are they really Satanists who are willing to hide behind any religion they make dominate to further their dreams of total domination of the planet? Or have the owners of the Fed lost power to some other shadowy group? Or are the owners of the Fed allowing this rise of radical Islam for some political objective before turning on Islam and the perversions they are pushing to create momentum for another possible Zionist agenda? Or is this all about divide and conquer during a massive depopulation move? Or is some other slipper agenda and shadowy puppet master at play? Or just plain stupidity from all the different factions that want a NWO but all want to be at its head instead of priveledged participents and beneficieraries?

  10. Guygrr on October 1, 2015 at 7:44 am

    If Washington doesn’t soon change it’s tune our population is going to suffer the consequences.

    I wonder if this powerful hurricane that is brewing off the coast and predicted to hit the Carolinas and D.C. is being steered by someone, or is it just extremely ironic. It very well might be a product of our own government, nothing better serves to force real news from the airwaves than natural disasters. Washington is like a mentally ill person that is so consumed by self denial that they can’t seem to realize their own actions are responsible for their misery. It’s easier for them to ignore the problem and sweep it under the rug, rather than embark upon a true moral self examination.

    • Guygrr on October 1, 2015 at 7:47 am

      Our country played right into the plans of the Madrid Circular, it appears Russia was smart enough not to.

      • loisg on October 1, 2015 at 9:48 am

        I agree that our country played right into that Circular, but the way I read it, which may be wrong, is that Russia is playing its role as spelled out in that same document. Europe was supposed to pivot towards Russia, with Germany leading the way, and it looks like the plan is working like a charm.

      • Roger on October 1, 2015 at 11:12 am

        First I’ve heard of the Madrid Circular. An internet search site outlined a Nazi like secret Fascist society infiltrating the world’s governments and religious institutions to take over the world. Does kind of makes a lot of sense of what has been playing out.

        • margaret on October 8, 2015 at 12:10 pm

          Roger et al, Dr Farrell elaborates on the Madrid Circular in his latest book: ‘The Third Way: The Nazi International, European Union, And Corporate Fascism’ … a must read!

  11. swimsinocean on October 1, 2015 at 6:39 am

    Sergei Lavrov, the Russian Foreign Minister, diplomatically hinted at this yesterday when he said ‘We all want Syria democratic, united, secular; a Syria which is a home to all ethnic and confessional groups whose rights are guaranteed,” the Russian minister said.’

    Interestingly, a ‘senior cleric’ of the Russian Orthodox Church came out with it’s supporting statement praising Mr Putins stance and calling the ‘War on Terror’ a sacred act.

  12. WalkingDead on October 1, 2015 at 6:16 am

    The intent is to aim ISIS at Russia and China after the regime change in Syria while the US pivots toward the pacific.

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