This one was shared by Mr. J. and I think it's significant enough to pass along for your consideration under the "You-Tell-Me" Category. Consider this link:

Introducing the Breakthrough Energy Coalition

Now, what interested me about this strange "coalition" were two things.

First, the term "breakthrough energy" seems all too oddly and a more-than-coincidental use of the sponsors of the Secret Space Program conferences that I have spoken at in the last two years. These Dutch gentlemen have also sponsored another series of conference called the Breakthrough Energy Movement conferences. But secondly, I am intrigued more by the list of people involved in this coalition, given the fact that I have been blogging recently about the apparent shift in western news-spin toward radical Muslim nations like Saudi Arabia, and also about the underlying theme of the drastic changes that a shift away from petroleum as the primary energy system of the world would entail, not just in our habits and culture, but in the structure of the global financial system.

Consider the odd list and its international nature, and the inclusion of known troublemaker George Soros, and of course, a representative of Saudi Arabia. Of course, the latter is predictable. Any change from a petroleum system to a non-petroleum system, say to a solar or fusion system or some sort of combination of the two, will involve the undermining of one of the principal sources of income for nations for whom pertroleum is a principal export. All the more reason to put the nose in the tent of emerging alternative energies. The wisdom of allowing such a step is, of course, in dispute, and should be debated.

But more intriguing here is Soros, the champion of non-government organizations and their track record of rather dubious interventions in the affairs of nations, most recently, the Ukraine. The presence here is symbolic perhaps(and here comes the high octane speculation), of the determination of such private groups, quasi-corporations or, perhaps, even a revival of the medieval military orders, to have a hand not only in the development of such technologies - and let's face it, they have been developed - but more importantly, in their release and who has access to them, and information about them. In this latter respect, note the presence of representatives of academia(or as I prefer to call it in its Amairikuhn manifestation, quackademia) and corporations with a great deal of influence over the flow of information(Bezos of Amazon).

I suspect, to reduce my high octane speculation of the day to its simplest terms, is that the lack of scientists in the structure of this organization, and the presence of the people noted above, is that we are looking at the creation of a "information and gatekeeping network and think tank," the sort of thing one would expect to be created prior to the transition of the world from a petroleum to a non-petroleum based system. It's all about "non-carbon" energy systems, as the link states, and that means it's about erecting a system of fees and punishments for people not able immediately to afford the new technologies, to enrich themselves, and control the debate and discussion.

Or to put it even more country simple: I suggest the formation of such a group is because they know the technologies - some of which I have blogged about in the previous week - are on the verge of going public in a few years.

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. zendogbreath on December 11, 2015 at 10:22 pm

    Exactly Jon. Paraguay’s got water. Vast water. It might make the Bush’s the largest holder on the planet.

    Robert, what about Michael Hudson?

  2. Jon on December 11, 2015 at 2:50 pm

    But “Breakthrough Energy Coalition” sounds so much better than “Council on Energy Relations,” or the “Tri-Energy Commission,” “Club Of Energy,” or “Energybergers (burghers?),” even though it is obviously just exactly that same kind of exclusive rich-guys-who-want-to-control-it-all club.

    Probably cost them six figures just to have some PR/marketing hack dream that up.

    One look at that list and you can be certain NO good will come of it, at least not for us common folk.

    As for locations for elite compounds with forcefield defenses, the Bush family seems to have chosen Paraguay for their retreat. Probably a nice place to ride out the coming mini ice age.

  3. Christian A. Beck on December 11, 2015 at 2:39 pm

    Yep, I will be that camel peeking in on this one. I’ve seen how the worlds NGO’S “HELP” the quake, tsunami, hurricane victims. Its all part of the self-serving ponzi playbook. I will pray for them. Maybe we can shift their consciousness for the better! Thanks again Joseph for all you do!

  4. Robert Barricklow on December 11, 2015 at 12:50 pm

    The criminal syndicate[Soros, Saudi Arabia, etc.] are entering into a new phase of cold warfare via economic/energy vehicles with subsequent global infrastructures being at cross purposes.
    For example, [besides to above new breakthrough energy] there is the IMF’s recent move to an all-out Dollar Bloc forming against the BRICSA.
    The BIG SQUEEZE is tightening around the world as different interests must pick sides or…?
    [This is in reference to the above article on energy & Michael Hudson’s attached below…]

  5. zendogbreath on December 11, 2015 at 11:17 am

    Wow that’s some list. Vinod Khosla? Anyone not familiar might wanna take a look at his cv and his investment record. Used to be a hero from the days before 9/11. Red Herring was a favorite tech investment guide and he was a favorite investor. Then 9/11 happened and RH published their infamous article Carlyle’s Way about the Iron Triangle. Then promptly dissappeared from paper publishing. The next month the publisher replaced the rest of my subscription with some junk business rag from msft unrequested. And RH went online only at horrendously high costs.

    Now is this possibly what the gatekeepers are trying to get a handle on how to corral and keep control of?
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  6. Robert Barricklow on December 11, 2015 at 11:12 am

    Instead of “going public”;
    the public is being fitted for…
    a new energized straight-jacket.

  7. marcos toledo on December 11, 2015 at 11:11 am

    I will put it country simple this is psycho babble these idiots don’t think. They are ignorant fools who are more stone out than some street junkie they have no idea where anything the use or eat come from. Dana lets put this country simple just send these boob heads to a high class insane asylum where these jerks belong.

  8. Aridzonan_13 on December 11, 2015 at 10:58 am

    This is the planning team that will attempt to make sure we still must worship the pole/grid. LENR/Cold Fusion has been around for 20+ years. This org’s goal is to put out enough mis-dis-info to cover the fact this is decades old technology. And that ZPE/OU and other electrical breakthroughs / principles, some centuries old, remain unknown and/or discredited. This is Mr.Global’s CYA “Charlie, Yankee, Alpha”, energy transistion team.

  9. Roger on December 11, 2015 at 10:48 am

    Odd term to use, “carbon free energy development” especially since graphene super capacitors, solar cells, and super batteries are about to revolutionize energy production and storage. Graphene and hydrated borides are about to make energy self-sufficiency simple, cheap, and practical. The energy storage capabilities of grapheme are unparalleled and make electric vehichles much more practical than petroleum fuels.

    • Roger on December 11, 2015 at 10:59 am

      Here’s a guy doing amazing things with graphene super capacitors.

      • 8thdegreeofj on December 12, 2015 at 4:41 pm

        Poor guy, Georgie Sore-ass

        never kissed a girl and his johnson just didn’t grow up

        always trying to be a cool cucumber

        always annoying us with his bohemian grove smile

        and as usual; attempting to co-opt the movement for the nefarious and their machinations

  10. DanaThomas on December 11, 2015 at 8:14 am

    Yes, it seems they are trying to cover their backs in view of forthcoming innovations. But setting aside the “carbon” nonsense, people need to take a good whiff of oxygen, get the cobwebs out of their brains and send these representatives of globalism packing. Not necessarily off-planet; a nice residence guarded by a forcefield, and located in one of those island banking paradises that they seem to love so much, would be more than enough.

  11. basta on December 11, 2015 at 8:05 am

    Truffle pigs on the scent.

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