In the wake of the Brexit referendum, Joseph has some High Octane Speculation about what it was about, and what may be next:

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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. Not Convinced on June 29, 2016 at 12:20 pm

    Doctor Farrell, I would like to point out yet another factor that accounts for the Illuminist (Royals) resistance to Brexit. The funding for their pet project CERN will be disrupted. This is a key project due to their desire to break down the barrier between dimensions and release the entity that they worship into this reality. They would not spend those billions just to research elementary particles. Furthermore, due to the respect that I have for your voluminous knowledge, I would like to advise you to knock off the cowboy coffin nails, which are spiked with 160 trade secret ingredients and up to 36 different insecticides by our common enemies. Grow your own pure tobacco so that you will not be defeated. Remember that the native Americans had no word for cancer, because they had none.

  2. Mike on June 28, 2016 at 8:32 pm

    A telling quote from Zero Hedge

    “The British have violated the rules. It is not the EU philosophy that the crowd can decide its fate” Martin Schultz President of the EU parliament. June 2016

  3. Leon on June 28, 2016 at 12:41 am

    It seems, judging from Joseph’s additional blog, that the old Hanseatic League will come to life again.


  4. RedPlanetRefugee on June 26, 2016 at 7:00 am

    As a gay man of Cypriot roots, born and raised in the UK, I can tell you that it certainly doesn’t feel like a victory. All the racists and xenophobes have been emboldened and feel legitimised in their behaviour, and they are all coming out of the woodwork in the aftermath of the referendum result. Anyone who looks or sounds foreign is being harassed. These are not isolated incidents, they have been happening all over England since Friday. People are having abuse hurled at them like, ‘**** off back to your own country’, ‘We won the vote now leave’ and much much worse. There is even a widespread sentiment among this group of people about repatriation. Repatriation of people who are 2nd, 3rd, and 4th generation born and raised in the UK like myself, who they want to forcibly send back to the countries of their grandparents and great-grandparents. The only silver lining being is that these people are not representative of all the Leave voters, far from it, but their ignorance, fear and hate is being easily spread in these uncertain days. In this limbo.

    Honestly as messed up as the administrative structure of the EU currently is (and I believe it is an undemocratic shambles), at least we were protected from all this crap. I can see homophobic, transphobic and in fact all LGBT-phobic crimes increasing. It’s going to be the 80’s and early 90’s all over again and that terrifies me. Our ridiculously hard won civil rights over the last few decades (granted not all due to the EU), are now uncertain and up in the air. It is a mess. Please do not congratulate us. The only hope we now have is that this referendum is not legally binding and can be overturned by parliament. But I fear even that will drive an even deeper wedge through people and legitimise the extreme elements further. The same can be said for the petition I just signed calling for a second referendum. Perhaps this is a reaction to the shell shock of the result and things may calm down considerably once the dust settles, but I don’t hold much hope for that.

    On top of all this your video blog also makes perfect sense to me. Your analysis seems spot on and rational. But I hesitate in agreeing with the UK’s departure from Europe.

    I had hopes (and still do) in Mr Varoufakis and his Diem25 movement, but how can that happen now? A radical remain seemed like the best solution. (Still does to me). I had hope that Europe could eventually be reformed into a much more democratic union to replace the current version which holds democracy in utter contempt. Now it looks like we have no choice but to move forward into very uncertain, very frightening and potentially violent uncharted waters.

    This is a sad and scary time for my country. I am heartbroken and afraid.

    • RedPlanetRefugee on June 26, 2016 at 4:27 pm

      Since writing my comment I have watched the video blog many many times and allowed it to sink in. Perhaps the UK continuing independently from the EU is more hopeful than fearful, so I am moving on and praying for brighter days. I have faith that the majority of British citizens will not devolve into the kind of bigoted behaviour witnessed across the country since Friday and that we can somehow manage to move forward (very cautiously) together and hope for the best.
      (It’s incredible how 50 odd cups of tea can get you through a crisis.)

  5. Dag from Ringerike on June 25, 2016 at 2:44 pm

    I congratulate the British People for their courage to say no against an undemeocratic and tyranical system that have been forced upon them. We, that have been living some years, can see the obvious similarity to the Sovjet system, and as we all now know, was created by New York bankers.

    The frustration by this system by ordinary people, what it has achieved,and what it (they) are doing, it is now in the open. People know.

    Norway has been having two referendum, 1972 and 1994, to join EU, forced by our elite. In both occations people said no. But, after the last referendum, people were betrayed, because our elite, manage to come up with a treaty with EU, where we had to obey every singel law that has been coming out of Brussel. Formally we are outside the EU, but the reality is the opposite. The last example was that, a forthnight ago, we had to give up our sovereignity of our financial supervision to Brussel. It means in practical terms, if Deutsche Bank goes under, the deposits in savings accounts in Norwegian banks have to be part of covering the losses. It is insane what our elite is doing and very few are aware of it, because LSM do not write the truth.

    To be honest, our political elite is more or less lapdogs. The real power in the Norwegian government is executed by the top bureaucrats. It was very well shown in some BBC TV-series years ago. And their informal canals is steering the wheel. If some orders are coming from Washington, London, Brussel or Berlin, jump! Like we had last night, a secret meeting in our parliament about sending Norwegian troops inside Syria. For me, this is an invasion into a sovereign country. But the lapdogs just jumped.

    I will advice the British people to be very aware of what the level, under the politicians, are coming up with. You can be betrayed in the same way as Norway was.

    • sagat1 on June 26, 2016 at 3:29 am

      Wise words.

      Do people actually believe that the results arent rigged though? After all, TPTBs arrogance knows no bounds and I cant help but think they’d actually let the worker ants disrupt their plans. To me, its all about division. That is clear from the MSMs memes following the result, pitting the two sides against each other. The red top working class Sun newspaper sided with Leave yet Sky News is clearly in the Remain camp – as most know, both are owned by Murd0ch so why the promotion of split views…

      • Dag from Ringerike on June 26, 2016 at 1:58 pm

        Thank you, sagat1.

        I found this clip on Martin Armstrongs webside, where Sir Humprey Appleby, played by Sir Nigel Hawthorne, explaining The Minister, Jim Hacker, played by Paul Eddington, the application by UK to join the EU. And of course, Jim Hackers private secretary, Bernard Woolley, played by Derek Fowlds (the landlord in Heartbeat). It is hilarious, like many of the other episodes.

        And not to forget those there were writing the sitcoms of Yes, Minister and Yes, Prime Miniter, Sir Anthony Jay and Jonathan Lynn. It is the Best still today. Top quality writers, top quality actors.

        It is maybe a bit off the topic for this thread, but I could not resist to post this. Have my excuse, dr. Farrell.

        And here is the link on YT;


  6. DEBRA on June 25, 2016 at 1:47 pm

    Dr. Farrell: the BIS (Bank of International Settlements) gathered the world’s central bankers together at their HQ on June 22, ostensibly to “await the outcome of the Brexit vote.” See:
    Posted June 22

    It seems to me that this story indicates that the BIS already KNEW what the outcome of the vote would be. That is, if the vote was going to end up as REMAINM why bother gathering the bankers.

    Now, since they must have known the outcome, can we speculate that they also CAUSED that outcome, that is, by vote rigging or by what we now know is an unusually “low voter turnout” in Glasgow and London, regions thought to be heavily Pro-Remain ?

    I know that might sound counter-intuitive to some. That is, why would the Nazi International BIS organization want to trigger a LEAVE domino. But really, in the style of “order out of chaos,” perhaps that is EXACTLY what we should expect?

    And now we prepare to witness some rising Phoenix of a new global governance and monetary system (ala the famous ‘Economist’ magazine covers that herald the >>gulp<< 'New World Order' crowd) ?

  7. basta on June 25, 2016 at 1:03 pm

    Excellent summary, though I don’t think you can as yet extrapolate the furthest implications from the outcome.

    What came through loud and clear though is that Mr. Global is not invincible, not really a master of the Universe. He can be defeated and though his inculcated useful idiot minions will whine and foot-stamp, they grow less numerous throughout the Eurozone each day, in large part thanks to the Eurocrats themselves, who really are their own worst enemies.

    You have Steinmeier now saying that Brexit will not “take Europe from us,” leading one to wonder just who makes up this “us”? (or is it “uns”?)

    You have Mutti Merkel’s first reaction to say that this will not stop the process of “European unification” — which is EXACTLY what the public clearly doesn’t want.

    You have the Swedish foreign minister demeaning those who support “racist, xenophobic and nationalist” movements and parties, blithely lumping pride in one’s country with all those PC beyond the pale buzzwords.

    These people are beyond clueless. They are rabid ideologues and are guaranteed to double-down on stupid and bring the collapse they fear upon themselves.

    Time to make some popcorn.

  8. Robert Barricklow on June 25, 2016 at 11:35 am

    The Transnational State vs the European Union?
    From a world economy to a global economy: financial flows in an integrated international market through transnationalization of the production process.
    The leading transnational capitalists own or control major chunks of the global economy which are only a limited number of corporations with omitted indirect ownership.
    So entwined, how do they unwind?

    • Robert Barricklow on June 25, 2016 at 12:53 pm

      This dominant hegemonic faction of capital exerts extraordinary concentrations of economic power over the political structure of nation states; and transnational corporate clusters.

    • Robert Barricklow on June 25, 2016 at 12:55 pm

      Max Keiser says that Brexit fallout could result in systemic collapse bigger than 2008.

    • Robert Barricklow on June 25, 2016 at 12:57 pm

      Billionaire index lost 3.2% of total unearned income
      [4 trillion].

  9. Sidewalker on June 25, 2016 at 8:57 am

    Hang on, so Rupert Murdoch and the British monarchy are the good guys now?

  10. Adrian on June 25, 2016 at 4:59 am

    Thank you for an interesting and insightful video from a new member in Great Britain . I have shared the link twice already over here . Keep up the good work Joseph

  11. goshawks on June 24, 2016 at 10:46 pm

    Congrats to the UK! Now comes the hard part: To resist the counterattack and come up with some “Government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the Earth.” (Abraham Lincoln quote). Ironic that the UK might do it first…

    j stone shows a poll result that indicates the REAL Brexit vote numbers were likely close to 81% to 16%, rather than 52% to 48%. He takes this glaring discrepancy to show just how much the PTW (powers that were) manipulated the voting results. Wow, if true…

  12. DownunderET on June 24, 2016 at 9:49 pm

    Well after a long time, “the people have spoken”, and the Brussels bozo’s don’t like it. I’m just waiting for the scare tactics that Brussels will aim at other nations in the EU, because if the UK can do it, then so can anybody else, and that means the EU days are numbered, and the Madrid Circular will be shredded.

  13. Wayne D on June 24, 2016 at 9:40 pm

    And how will the election in Spain possibly been impacted? They vote in two days. They have not been able to form a stable government. The disgust level there is very high. The Catalan secession region continues to bubble. Fires everywhere for the elites to try to stomp down. I hope they fail. And yes, a price to be paid.

  14. marcos toledo on June 24, 2016 at 9:28 pm

    Well lets see if the flames of liberty spreads across the pond to all of the Americas. It surely been missing in these parts for at least a century or more. May the curtain be pulled away and the puppetmasters be revealed in all their wicked nakedness.

  15. Aridzonan_13 on June 24, 2016 at 8:04 pm

    Wow, the Royals are feeling threatened by Mr. Global.. So, there is serious contention at the top. Let’s hope it’s serious.

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