In case you think I've forgotten about other stories we've been watching here, such as the mysterious deaths of practitioners of "holistic" or "alternative" medicine, the equally bizarre deaths of members of the banking business, or for that matter, factories in countries opposed to US policy that seem to have a curious habit of blowing up, I haven't. There have been two more such explosions in Russia and China, and they were within a day of each other, as these two articles from RT, which many of you shared, indicate:

Huge fire erupts at Moscow factory

Now, as the first article indicates, this is not the first time there has been an explosion at a Chinese chemical plant in the city of Jilin, where the most recent Chinese explosion occurred. This, of course, would argue against any "high octane scenarios" as might be advanced or suggested. However, a day later, in Russia, a fire erupts:

A huge blaze has erupted in a five-storied building on the grounds of a machinery plant in northwest Moscow, producing flames rising into sky.

The fire engulfed the area of some 15,000 square meters, the Russian Emergencies Ministry said, adding that the fire was fully extinguished shortly after 1:00 a.m. on Friday morning.

Sounds of explosions could be heard in one of the buildings engulfed in flames, Russia24 TV channel reports. An explosion of a gasoline tank on the ground floor of one of the buildings could be the cause of the blaze, Russian media reported.

Explosion of a gasoline tank in a Russian machinery plant? I don't know about you, but the last time I looked, gasoline tanks don't just spontaneously explode, unless there's...well, let's use lamestream media-speak here... unless there's some inducement for them to do so, like lighting a fire underneath them, electrical shorts, and so on. My suspicion meter is therefore in the red zone, and when it's in the red zone, my high octane speculation mode turns on, and I have to wonder about the seeming pattern in these events. At the head of the list is the fact that these two incidents occurred within a day of each other, in two countries, both world powers, that have been a consistent thorn in Washington's side the past few years, and increasingly so in the past few weeks. How does one send messages that "we mean business" without publicly stating such and having to send in the troops to convince said nations that "we mean business"? One sends in the covert ops people, to blow up a factory or two. So much the better that one of them is in one of those nation's capitals.

Of course, there's no evidence of any of this wild high octane speculation, and neither government is giving any indication that they suspect foul play, and given the atmosphere of geopolitical tension these days, that's a significant and deafening silence.

Nevertheless, in China's case, the number of these explosions in the past year is suspicious, and there's yet another pattern to consider...

... have you noticed that the pattern seems to be that these explosions are occurring at night, presumably when they are either not in production, or in scaled down production with a smaller staff, or perhaps with just a security detail on the campus? Lives are not lost from any production crew, though there were lives lost in the explosion at the factory in Tianjin, China, earlier this year. So, seriously, all these explosions at night? "When nobody is looking," so to speak? And interestingly enough, these two explosions occur within a wider geopolitical context of increased tensions between Washington on the one hand, and Beijing and Moscow on the other. And let's not forget the mysterious internet cable cuttings incidents in and around San Francisco either... viewed in this wider context, these events begin to take on that distinctive sense of "something is not quite right here.

Sorry folks, I've tried to argue myself out of my suspicions and back into a "this is all just coincidence mode", and it may very will be. But my suspicions remain.

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. Doc Skinner on December 28, 2015 at 5:36 am

    Strategically speaking it makes more sense to attack the supply lines to these factories such as mines or processing/puriication facilities (though factories are still equally valid economic choke points). Individual factories blowing up can also be a sign of internecine conflict…kind of like IBM blowing up HP facilities, where a foreign power would blow up Intel who supplies both orgs….or, as mentioned above, an insurance job “how do you start a tornado?” lol

  2. Doc Skinner on December 28, 2015 at 5:17 am

    Incidentally, any additional explosions in the Western bloc? Just sayin

    I really like you pointing out the Chinese explosions happen at night, my Spidey sense is tingling.

    I’m also on guard about false / double false/ triple false flag operations…

  3. Gaia Mars-hall on December 19, 2015 at 6:12 pm

    I will just note the word Octane!

  4. zendogbreath on December 17, 2015 at 11:28 pm

    hard to stand by quietly here –
    Dana’s got the idea I bet

    economic hard times drives businesses to insure to the max

    retired lumber yard owners in florida talking
    ask each other about business and why retire
    first says yard caught fire.
    took the insurance and moved to florida
    second one says tornado
    took the insurance and moved to florida
    first one says
    how do you start a tornado?

    commonalities may be more, ahem, common than we think
    unless of course these places have something to do with the fastest computers on the planet and cloning elsie

  5. lazer-eye on December 17, 2015 at 2:00 pm

    You don’t need a special ops program to set a tank of gas on fire. All you need is an electro-magnetic field shot from a satellite vibrating at the combustion level of the molecules you want to burn. Totsion fields will do the rest.

    • Doc Skinner on December 28, 2015 at 5:22 am

      The tank will need to rupture so it can boil and access oxygen, I’ll guess that’s already assumed.

  6. NorseMythology on December 17, 2015 at 1:43 pm

    Since the article doesn’t specify what kind of machinery factory it is, I think it’s presumptuous to suggest it’s anything unusual. Unless we find out there is something particular about this factory that makes it a prime target or a symbolic message, I will remain unconvinced.

    As far as the fires occurring at night, it could easily be argued both ways. With fewer personnel on site, the awareness and response time would probably be longer than during the day with full personnel.

    We shall see as more details are presented but I think you may have jumped the gun on this one.

  7. Robert Barricklow on December 17, 2015 at 12:07 pm

    “So many arrows loosed several ways, come to make one mark,
    As many ways meet in one town,
    As many fresh streams meet in one salt sea…
    So may a thousand actions, once afoot, end in
    one purpose.” – Canterbury, Henry V, Act 1, scene 2

  8. marcos toledo on December 17, 2015 at 11:08 am

    A economic equivalent of cancer is what MR. GLOBAL dream is. These explosions in China and Russia are no coincidence just political extortion by the GLOBAL GODFATHERS. And being armed will not save you if our elites control the supply and distribution of food.

    • Robert Barricklow on December 17, 2015 at 6:55 pm

      Marcos peaking of an economic cancer and/or political extortion.

      • marcos toledo on December 17, 2015 at 9:14 pm

        Thanks for link Robert I happen to live in Puerto Rico. It’s so bad here I can’t find a person to repair my vacuum cleaner and large chain stores are closing left and right Office Depot is just the latest to close.

        • Don B on December 18, 2015 at 10:35 am

          Sorry to hear that Marcos. Seems no one is immune from the masters. Keep us posted about Puerto Rico. I’m interested in what is happening outside of murica. Thanks. db

      • goshawks on December 17, 2015 at 10:45 pm

        Robert, a good article. Thanks. From the article:

        “But in his December 1 testimony, [Puerto Rico Governor Alejandro] García Padilla pinpointed the beginning of Puerto Rico’s troubles: 1996, when a Republican Congress and the Clinton administration agreed to a ten-year phase-out of Section 936, a tax exemption for U.S. manufacturing on the island. … In an era of massive offshoring to destinations with even cheaper labor, Section 936’s expiration led to recession, as manufacturers fled Puerto Rico, leaving few job-creating industries behind.”

        I hate to say it, but globalization (as it is currently practiced by vulture capitalism) seems to forecast a future of massive-overpopulation-nations getting most manufacturing jobs at slave-labor rates, while most other countries experience a long, slow slide toward minimum-wage economies and privatized-or-nonexistent social systems.

        The sloshing-around of capital, without any form of conscience, is turning into a nightmare for most of humanity. Puerto Rico seems to be just the latest ‘slide’.

        Looking for a change…

        • Robert Barricklow on December 18, 2015 at 11:19 am

          Reminds me of a homeless man’s sign,

          “Keep your money.
          I WANT CHANGE.”

  9. jplatt39 on December 17, 2015 at 10:59 am


    I saw a couple of minor gas explosions as a kid in SW Maine. This was one major one I found on-line to illustrate that it is so easy for gas to explode it may as well be spontaneous. Also the normal level of conscientiousness in both countries, as even some natives say, is so low that despite the length of time we have known how to prevent these things, you cannot be sure “responsible” people will see these measures are taken.

    Sorry, I’m not convinced.

  10. WalkingDead on December 17, 2015 at 9:46 am

    Least we forget “All wars are bankers wars”; the bankers defeated the aristocracy many years ago and the bulk of Intelligence is now owned by them. I’m sure the aristocracy has maintained control of some of it, but for the most part Intelligence is in the bankers hands, after all, that’s where the money is and Intelligence needs a great deal of money to operate. We are also observing the rise of private militaries under the control of the globalists with their own covert branches. The Boston bombing and San Bernardino might well be two such operations. It is the globalists behind the West who really want the US citizenry unarmed and unable to defend themselves.
    My high octane speculation leans more toward this scenario than that of the individual nations having a go at each other in such petty ways. Having the three main players on the world stage suspicious of each other for these acts and behaving accordingly leaves the globalists free for business as usual; passing their trade agreements, cementing their authority over all sovereign governments, taking over the worlds water rights and agriculture with GMO’s, big pharma’s medical dictatorship, etc..
    One should understand there is always a deeper agenda when it comes to their NWO goals and what they are willing to do to accomplish it. I believe they would burn the earth down rather than give up on that goal, at this point; and we are seeing a steady acceleration toward that goal daily worldwide.
    The not so hidden anymore hand has been working toward this goal for centuries and that goal is within their grasp; so they believe.

    • Don B on December 17, 2015 at 12:04 pm

      Completely agree. When you can print unlimited amounts of money, you can buy intelligent agencies and private armies. They took over well over a hundred years ago and have bought out most companies as well as old line bankers including remnants of Templar families while the wackos keep us distracted with freemasons, Jesuits, Templars, UFOs, aliens, and of course bigfoot. Don’t forget Nazis under every bed. The present bankers own Nazis or communists et al. Its not the other way around. Its over. db

    • Nathan on December 17, 2015 at 1:25 pm

      I agree bunch of Fascists

  11. DanaThomas on December 17, 2015 at 6:09 am

    Who knows how the insurance market works in those parts?

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