Now it's Africa's turn to  go the way of Europe to be amalgamated into one huge bloc, and we'll get to my "predictions" and high octane speculations in a moment. This article was spotted and shared by Ms. S.H.:

Now you'll notice here that the same old globalist methodology and rationalizations are in play(welcome back, colonialism!): a common passport is being issued to allow the "free flow of goods, services, and peoples" in the African Union:

However, as this confusion is rocking Europe, the continent of Africa is pursuing vision to achieve what Europe seems to be abolishing. Africa’s continental body, the African Union (AU) has announced that it has launched for the first time, a single passport for all citizens on the continent. The AU consists of 54 countries. The only country in Africa, which is not part of the Union, is Morocco. Morocco opted out of the Union after the AU recognized Western Sahara as a sovereign nation, as Morocco claimed Western Sahara is part of its territory.


The Union said in a statement that “This flagship project has the specific aim of facilitating free movement of persons, goods and services around the continent – in order to foster intra-Africa trade, integration and socio-economic development.”

According to the Union, the all-African passport represents a key plank of the Agenda 2063 action plan, which emphasizes the need for greater continental integration, based on the vision of the parent organization of the AU called the Organization of African Unity (OAU).

In other words, what's good for the European goose is good for the African gander.

So what's my high octane speculation and prediction here?

Well, for one thing, expect what is going on in Europe with the expansion of Islam and the resulting culture crisis and backlash in Europe to occur in Africa, on steroids. Some nations in Africa have attempted to stem the tide, but one wonders how this free flow of persons across borders will work when this rising tide confronts the various tribal cultures in Africa.

In the background there is hovering another development, and one that portends even more great power conflict, for the USA is quickly trying to expand its Africom command, and China, of course, has been actively involved on the continent, trying to secure markets and attempting the opposite approach of the US: building roads, schools, and so on. More recently, China has projected military force into the region by basing troops on the African side of the southern end of the Red Sea.

So how do these two players interact with the growing AU project? Expect the same patterns evident in Europe - an unelected central bureaucracy, oblivious to the demands and voice of the various nations' peoples - to emerge, and the US to back it. But unlike in Europe, Africa has another great power player: China. So one may expect China to play the soft power culture card, and to increasingly take up the mantle of regional, and perhaps even tribal, causes, and to press for a more genuinely representative AU structure, modeling on the PRC itself. If that happens, the USA will respond by pointing out the undemocratic nature of the PRC, and the game is afoot.

And of course, there is one final, very dark prospect hovering in the wings, for with an entire continent on lockdown in the name of free trade and globalism, the very poor of Africa could easily fall victim, once again, to that unstated ugly thing that has been going on in the world: underground criminal trade in human beings themselves.

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. goshawks on August 4, 2016 at 10:24 pm

    “Your comment is awaiting moderation.” Non-controversial. Pfaugh. goshawks – August 4, 2016 at 10:21 pm.

  2. goshawks on August 4, 2016 at 10:21 pm

    When I read Joseph’s analysis, I got an immediate picture of David Icke chuckling. Icke has been pointing-out the PTB plans for continent-sized ‘Unions’ since the 70s. Africa is just one of those superstates, all to be run by the shadowy figures who appoint the lead bureaucratic figures…

    Another thought involved the Chinese finally learning from history. The Chinese treasure (trading) fleets dominated the waters of the 14th-15th centuries, but the country was only China-centered in its worldview. Once Admiral Zheng He was dismissed and the treasure fleet abandoned to rot, China has been at the mercy (!) of the infidel hordes ever since. Perhaps, their leaders have finally gotten-it that they need to be outreaching rather than insular…

  3. DownunderET on August 4, 2016 at 4:58 pm

    I want to know who are the dumb asses that thought this up. You’d think that people in Africa could see the massive failure of the EU for what it is. Personally I don’t think it will get up, some of those nations in Africa hate each other and go to wars at the drop of a hat.
    I put this one in the “NUTS” category.

    • Wayne D on August 4, 2016 at 6:05 pm

      Thanks, I had to due some reading on 7 Mountains. I might add that the same group is making big gains in S. America in converting Catholic’s to this brand of evangelical Christians

  4. loisg on August 4, 2016 at 12:38 pm

    “The World Book Encyclopedia has estimated that in 2002 Christians formed 40% of the continent’s population, with Muslims forming 45%. In a relatively short time, Africa has gone from having a majority of followers of indigenous, traditional religions, to being predominantly a continent of Christians and Muslims.”

    I fear that this is worse than the EU experiment, because it will only be a matter of time until the Christian Right dominionists get some control over this Union, and based on their activities the last few years, this will be a total disaster. They first went to Africa to begin their enforcement of their seven mountains plan, with the idea that they could branch out from that base. They now have their “Christian” armies causing extreme pain and suffering of the people all in the name of Christ, of course, in an attempt to enforce their version of morality on the people. It is horrible what is happening there.

  5. Robert Barricklow on August 4, 2016 at 11:33 am

    What needed to be stopped was the free flight of international privately owned fiat capital – across borders – to exploit what ever was left of your country. This system then purposely engineers an industrialized inequality, whose sine qua non, is…

  6. Kahlypso on August 4, 2016 at 10:36 am

    The social experiment is failing in Europe, perhaps they want to reboot with Africa.. I mean, its not as if most of the natural uranium ressources and gold ressources are in Africa. Who the heck would want to own Africa? Will this United States of Africa sort out the cultural/religious (mutually enforced) hatred long enough to open up the Pyramids? Personally I hope that they get their act together long enough to start constructing some roads and water delivery infrastructure rather than rampagaing around the bushlands with machettes kidnapping school girls and ethnically cleansing the tribe next door. Keeping tribal boundries and traditions might be good for the transmission of primitive… pardon paleoancient traditions.. (thinking of the Dogons here..) but its absolutely humanly frustrating to see people keeping themselves in very hard living conditions because as soon as a water pipe turns up to irrigate the land, a local warlord turns up with an AK47 to claim it. I feel neither happiness nor sadness about this news. Just frustration that I fear it wont work and some-evil-oligarchs somewhere will get richer and fatter.

  7. marcos toledo on August 4, 2016 at 10:18 am

    This brings up the elephant in the room who or what did Abraham make a bargain with. Why is it that these religions addicted to mass slavery and extermination and culture destruction. It is interesting that anyone that tries to improve Africa economics like Gaddafi is liquidated. But this is problem throughout the World the Americas, Asia the Pacific mr. global thinks that tyranny and starvation, misery is what is the divine order of heaven and it is their sacred duty to impose it on this planet.

  8. chimera on August 4, 2016 at 8:45 am

    Why, throughout human history, do some humans believe that they have a “right” to subjugate other humans? Those “in charge” of things world wide have done a HORRIBLE job of “managing” things. Why does the rest of humanity put up with it? Is it in our psyche to allow others to abuse us? I don’t know the solution to this age old problem. But, it is getting to the point where pretty soon we will all be wearing slave collars (of some sort, either literal or digital)and we will live and die at the pleasure of these psychopathic morons.

    • chimera on August 4, 2016 at 9:13 am

      In addition, was this African Union and the gold Dinar backing it the reason that Gaddafi was taken out by the US? If so, why? Wasn’t it the Rockefeller plan to drive countries in to “unions” via terror and threat of being invaded by other countries so they would seek to be a member of a “block or union” of countries for protection, so they were more easily controlled (read that as so as to rob them of their resources and subjugate their peoples much easier)??

      i.e., the 1954 Rockefeller Study called “The New America”

      • chimera on August 4, 2016 at 9:25 am

        Oops, sorry not “The New America”, but “Prospect for America”.

      • goshawks on August 4, 2016 at 10:02 pm

        chimera, Gaddafi was taken out (not by the US) because his nation was not part of the Central Banking system. If you match-up ‘revolutions’ in recent decades with non-membership in that control-system, you get a good match.

        The list has been dwindling. As of this writing, only Iran and North Korea are totally-free of this parasite. (Russia and China are partially-owned.)

        “Give me control of a nation’s money, and I care not who makes it’s laws.”
        ~Mayer Amschel Bauer Rothschild

    • Kahlypso on August 4, 2016 at 10:53 am

      It’s called Right through Force. I have more Force, therefore your argument is invalid. Slavery seems to have existed since.. well if the ancient texts are correct and Mr Sitchin isnt a raving lunatic.. We were created to be slaves. (which probably ties into your ‘psyche’ comment) Whats good for the Gods is good for humans as well. I know that I’d prefer someone to build that wall around my garden whilst I’m drinking Pina Coladas.. prepared for me by someone else and brought to me.. God whatever happened to the Roman Empire.. Slaves were great..Ah yeh.. too many Caesers and not enough Soldiers..(There isnt an irony/sarcasm font on the Internet.. so please dont take me seriously.. Im attempting to be humourous.. about an unfunny subject.)

  9. WalkingDead on August 4, 2016 at 7:48 am

    You would think humanity would learn from its all too obvious mistakes. This, of course, relies on the accuracy of recorded history.
    When you control the press and publishing houses, that accuracy is called into question.

  10. DanaThomas on August 4, 2016 at 5:44 am

    I think you hit the nail with the last paragraph and the “new” slave trade.
    The nefarium would find an AU easier to deal with though it seems hard to imagine countries like Egypt or South Africa cooperating very much.
    The initiative, presently so limited as to be something of a farce, nevertheless enables the various oligarchs to wink and nod at Western globalist ideology. While quietly making single national agreements with China.

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