Well, this one didn't take very long did it?

Last week, you'll recall, I blogged about the possibility that the border crisis was going to be used - and was perhaps designed to be used, or was at the minimum being used - as a crisis of opportunity to enact "Europe-wide" border controls against the growing refugee crisis from Syria and the Middle East, and the whole aftermath of fallout from the activities of ISIS, and more recently, Russian intervention. Well, our friends at Zero Hedge are now reporting that this, indeed, may in fact be the case, and they're not ruling out the idea that the whole thing was a contrivance, at least in part, of Angela Merkel's otherwise myopic government in Berlin:

FT Bombshell: EU Unveils Standing Border Force That Will Act "Even If A Government Objects"

What's intriguing here is that Zero Hedge in turn is citing no less a source than the Financial Times. Here's how Zero Hedge is reporting it:

We added that the deployment of additional officers will begin next week, and noted that as our friends at Keep Talking Greece wrote:

"The masks have fallen. Hand in hand, the European Union and the Frontex want to cancel national sovereignty and take over border controls in the pretext of “safeguarding the Schengen borders”. With controversial claims, they use the case of Greece to create an example that could soon happen “in the border area near you.”  And the plan is all German."

Finally, we asked whether this was merely Paranoia...

"...or just another confirmation that the Eurozone is using every incremental, and produced, crisis to cement its power over discrete European state sovereignty and wipe out the cultural and religious borders the prevent the amalgamation of Europe into a Brussels, Berlin and Frankfurt-controlled superstate? "

It was not paranoia, because according to blockbuster FT report released moments ago, "Brussels is to propose the creation of a standing European border force that could take control of the bloc’s external frontiers even if a government objected." (All emphasis in the original)

The the goal here is very clear, according to Zero Hedge:

Actually, it would be a way to hand over all military control to a body of unelected bureaucrats. Here's why:

If the plan is approved by EU states, Frontex’s replacement will have a slew of new powers, including the ability to hire and control its own border guards and buy its own equipment. It will also be allowed to operate in non-EU countries — such as Serbia and Macedonia, which have become transit countries for people trying to reach northern Europe — if requested.

One doesn't have to even be a member of the EU any more to become a vassal state of Brussels.  But the scariest aspect is the following:

The new agency will be able to deport people who do not have the right to remain in Europe — a power Frontex lacked.

And just like that, the decision of who can and who can't stay in any one European country will be delegated to some faceless bureaucrat in Brussels, circumventing all sovereign laws. (All emphasis added)

But who's the culprit in all this? Well, according to Zero Hedge, it's this:

Now we admit that some of this may come as a shock to some naive Europhiles, who still do not realize that all of this was preplanned, and predicted as long ago as 2008 when an internal AIG presentation answered the simple question: What Europe Wants. The answer:

To use global issues as excuses to extend its power:
  • environmental issues: increase control over member countries; advance idea of global governance
  • terrorism: use excuse for greater control over police and judicial issues; increase extent of surveillance
  • global financial crisis: kill two birds (free market; Anglo-Saxon economies) with one stone (Europe-wide regulator; attempts at global financial governance)
  • EMU: create a crisis to force introduction of “European economic government”

All have been spot on, but not even this aggressive and accurate forecast predicted that Europe would be so bold as to effectively take over border and population control sovereignty across the entire continent. It is about to do just that.

And if you're in doubt at who's at the center of it, the article begins with an interesting and very suggestive comment:

Last weekend we wrote that in Europe's attempt to contain the greatest refugee crisis since WWII, it would directly take control over the border control of the one country which over the summer lost its sovereignty (but at least it still has the euro), and which serves as a springboard for tens of thousands of migrants to proceed onward with their journey to Germany (where as reported earlier, they are no longer desired, as their continued arrival results in a plunging approval rating for Angela Merkel).

Now, in case all of this is unclear, it's worth recalling that the crisis in Greece was precipitated by two principal actors: Goldman Sachs, of course, and...well, Berlin, and the government of Frau Bundeskanzler Merkel. The result? Chaos in Greece, which with Italy, has become the primary influx point for the refugees, which is now going to be "fixed" as I suggested last week, by the imposition of a Europe-wide bureacracy, as a first step in cementing "European-ness" and to the creation of a Europe-wide military, which will be dominated by -surprise surprise - France and Germany, which already coordinate on defense matters closely, and which you'll recall, cemented that relationship by the recent merger of two large German and French armaments companies. And let's not forget that France recently decided to throw in with Russia in cooperating in Syria against ISIS, and Germany decided to throw in with France by offering naval, and space-based support, to the French military there.

One may add to this the recent BND(Bundesnachrichtendienst) analysis of Saudi Arabia's intentions and capabilties, and its warnings that that nation will become increasingly interventionist and reckless. Indeed, as most commentators have noted, the real hidden financial backers of ISIS are not just Sultan Erdogan I in Ankara, but more importantly, the Saudi government, and the BND fingers the current Saudi King, Salman, and his son and the Saudi defense minister, by name in the current recklessness, and as well as having a long history of support for such organizations and activities to the chagrin of other members of the Saudi royal house. There are even been recent internet stories suggesting that the missiles which shot down the Russian Su-24 were supplied to ISIS by the Saudi government. The German intelligence agency's analysis - and the decision to make it public to some degree - was sharlpy rebuked the the German Chancery, and that in itself is interesting, for such a decision to release the analysis, much less give it play in a major German media outlet like Der Spiegel, means that it had to come from high in the German government, and that may be a sign that Frau Merkel's government coalition is weakening under the refugee strain.

So which set of signals coming out of Berlin are we to believe? Do we listen to Herr Goebbels or Herr Ribbentro.... er... Der Spiegel, or Frau Merkel? M. Hollande seems to be clarifying a lot both geopolitically and domestically, and on that score, Berlin has been quietly, though definitively, following, and the latest move from Brussels seems to confirm that a fundamental domestic and geopolitical change is underway. But nothing will be done without Berlin. So the question remains. What is it up to?  It has been sending mixed signals. But, before we tackle that question and other indicators (in tomorrow's blog), here is a list of dots (in no particular order) to connect: (1) Mr. Sergei Glazyev's statement last year, in a considered op-ed piece, that Russia's real strategic problem was not the Nazis in Kiev, but the Nazis in Washington, (2) the abolition of the Muslim Brotherhood from Egypt, which showed up under new sponsorship in(you guessed it) Saudi Arabia, (3) the Arab Spring, which quickly turned out to be the Radical Nightmare, (4) the Saudi visits to Russia shortly before Mr. Assad's request for assistance to Russia against ISIS, (5) Russia's accession to same, (6) Russia's growing disclosure of Turkish involvement with ISIS oil shipments, and last but not least, (7) that Wahabbist connections to ISIS.

In that backdrop, Germany just upped the ante considerably... but that will have to wait for me to

...see you on the flip side...

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. Nathan on December 14, 2015 at 7:36 am

    The refugee crisis is a planned event, Soros had been funding it along with other globalists , America better wake up real fast , the TTIP is coming down the pipe too , not good for any country , folks better open their eyes and see what’s going on

  2. Gaia Mars-hall on December 13, 2015 at 3:33 pm

    Yes good, seal the borders, kick the Americans out and refugee invaders, stop building submarines for Israel, start working with the Russians.
    Open up war crimes tribunals against, Bush, Blair, the Neocons, Netanyahoo…and that would be a good start.

    • Robert Barricklow on December 13, 2015 at 4:43 pm

      Most of the world’s people would sign onto that Gaia.
      A miniscule few wouldn’t; unfortunately, these are the ones who have assassinated, blackmailed, committed fraud, and other lawless acts – all that and more, to continually usurp power from the people globally.

    • goshawks on December 13, 2015 at 5:08 pm

      Gaia, Malaysia has already tried the “war crimes tribunals” route. It has (so far) cost them two 777s with all aboard, plus the near-bankruptcy of Malaysian Airlines from those happenings.

      In the current world, opposing TPTB has a cost. It would take a general, worldwide ‘awakening’ for TPTB not to home-in on any resisting nation and make them pay…

      • Robert Barricklow on December 13, 2015 at 10:07 pm

        … and a real press.
        Instead of the current prostitutes currently running the world’s information distribution racket.

  3. DanaThomas on December 13, 2015 at 4:01 am

    Now Greece risks passing from German financial occupation to actual military occupation, “to defend Germany’s borders”…

  4. Nathan on December 12, 2015 at 6:21 pm

    I think folks are starting to realize they’ve been had

    • zendogbreath on December 13, 2015 at 11:54 pm

      odd reference for this topic nathan? if you want to consider stars planets the universe and everything, might want to do it elsewhere and/or while considering simpler more likely models like

      who’d a thunk? a german occupation of another country? in our time?

  5. Robert Barricklow on December 12, 2015 at 5:47 pm

    The TPP/TTIP is the American version of the EU.
    Both are replacing elected/accountable representatives of government with unelected/unaccountable technocrats.
    Citizenship in the 21st Century will be one of in-your-face inequality.
    Citizenship rights will depend on the size of your wallet and/or bank accounts.
    A Rip Van Winkle waking up after WW11 will see:
    Global Fascism[with too few exceptions].

  6. DownunderET on December 12, 2015 at 3:57 pm

    In Joseph’ book “The Third Way”, he outlined basically how the EU was formed and how it would operate (eh be controlled).Slowly but surely the plan is being put into place, with guess who, calling the shots. Unelected bozos and lap dogs rushing to meetings, the EU has more meetings than AA, and that’s saying something. So keep your eye on Frau Merkel, because she is the originator and executor of the plan laid down all those years ago, and a border force that is going to tell EU countries what they can and cannot do. Seems to me that tomorrow’s blog might just illuminate those plans.

  7. goshawks on December 12, 2015 at 3:08 pm

    The biggest elephant in the room concerning “…a way to hand over all military control to a body of unelected bureaucrats,” is WHO CHOOSES the appointment of these unelected bureaucrats. Several conspiracy authors have noted that there are multiple moves to replace elected officials with unelected bureaucrats, especially in the EU system. Sounds a lot like the Fed ‘appointments’ to me. And we all know how helpful they have been to the 99%…

    (I just saw the latest James Bond movie, “Spectre.” In it, they use the term ‘New World Order’ quite overtly. And, the big scramble in the movie is to get the most-possible clandestine surveillance. The meeting of the ‘higher-ups’ is chilling. And, guess who ‘appoints’ the “unelected bureaucrat” leaders in the intelligence agencies?)

  8. Aridzonan_13 on December 12, 2015 at 11:33 am

    It appears it is “Problem, Reaction, Solution” time. Mr. Global wants world wide pandamonium. This is evident by all the war driven diaspora that has caused these impending civil conflagrations. Note, that includes the States. So, what’s up? Apparently, if there is enough worldwide choas, Mr. G. believes he’ll be able to get his NWO/One World Gummint. Or, he’ll settle for a locked down EU with a split CONUS(locked down Eastern half w/ CA) into something resembling an NAU. To be filed under we’ll see. However, expect a growing escalation in the violence due to the ever declining economy and the Government sponsored illegal invasion. IMHO, there is a Fast and Furious del Norte in place,fully opreational and capable of distributing arms via Drug Smuggling Logistical Services.Inc. Oh, kiss the EU standard of living goodbye.

  9. marcos toledo on December 12, 2015 at 10:36 am

    The Third Reich reincarnation CHAOS IS ORDER. Welcome to DEADMAN’S WONDERLAND. First Europe then the rest of the World will become HELL.

  10. Lost on December 12, 2015 at 10:03 am

    Okay, but the FT was sold months ago.

    And ISIS shot down the Russia attack plane? So Turkey saying they did so from an F16 is not to be believed.

    Good to finally see the acknowledgement of the huge part Germany played in helping impoverish Greece.

    NB: Greece isn’t the only eastern entry for refugees from the “civil” war in Syria.

  11. Nathan on December 12, 2015 at 9:47 am

    No surprise here, fascists

    Could this be electromagnetism ? What do you guys think?

  12. kitona on December 12, 2015 at 7:35 am

    They have to move quickly in Europe to crush all sovereignty because in two years Marine Le Pen will romp to the French Presidency and that will blow up all their plans. Only way forward now is to make such Presidency completely powerless, a bit like being a governor of an American state.

    In the meantime, I wish France would do everyone a favor and bomb Brussels instead of Syria.

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