It has been a wild and rocky week once again, with so many excellent articles being send by the readership here that I spent much more time than usual trying to sift through them all, but surely one of the biggest stories of the week has been the continuing fall of Deutschebank stock, and now, courtesy some thoughts and articles shared by Mr. C.S., some news about Germany's other giant bank, Commerzbank.

And here's an article on Commerzbank:

The first article makes it abundantly clear that the government of Bundeskanzlerin Angela Merkel will not get any bail out from the European Central Bank, and there has been talk of a bail-in, which, as the authoress of the first article avers, might be one of the reasons Germans have been warned by their government to stock up for a pending emergency. Meanwhile, Deutschebank itself has indicated it simply will refuse to pay a fourteen billion dollar fine for participating in mortgage frauds. Meanwhile, Mr. C.S. emailed me and informed me that there are now commercials being run in German media by Commerzbank reassuring Germans that there is another "deutsche Bank," namely, Commerzbank.

So what's going on behind Deutschebank's refusal to pay on the fine?

With that question, we are at the high octane speculation of the day: why is Deutschebank refusing to pay the fine? I suspect - and have suspected for a very long time - that there has been a quiet and covert economic war going on between Washington and Berlin. Consider: both France and Germany attempted to negotiate directly with Russia during the Ukrainian mess - a mess Washington, and to a lesser extent, Berlin, helped create in the first place. But as Washington began to voice the idea of economic sanctions against Russia for its "aggression" in the Ukraine, the real target, as a moment's reflection would yield, was not so much Moscow, but Berlin, whose export-driven economy is dependent on his huge volume of trade with, you guessed it, Russia and China. As the sanctions took effect amid the growing refugee crisis - also fostered by Frau Merkel's government, but driven at a much deeper level by the American deep state (think Darthsoros here folks) - we then witnessed German Laender governments by-passing Berlin and talking directly to Moscow, and individual German businesses trying to skirt the sanctions regime. None of this, I submit, would have happened without the tacit permission of the federal government in Berlin. During this time period as well, German Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen indicated that Germany's military size would be tripled over the next few years, making it one of the largest standing militaries in the world, while at the same time, a Bundeswehr white paper indicated that Russia was the major strategic threat to Germany in the decades to come. This, of course, is a kind of special sleight of hand, for it's very difficult to perceive one of one's largest trading partners as a threat. I suspected then, and suspect now, that this was simply an effort of the German Atlanticists to make the usual noises of support for Washington, while the reality was quite different. The USSA has been basing its military in Eastern Europe, in my opinion in an effort to re-create the old post-Versailles cordon sanitaire to prevent a Russo-German entente. In other words, geopolitically speaking, that re-basing is as much about Germany as it is about Russia.

Then we witnesses the merger of two large European armaments firms, one French, the other German (Rheinmetall Defense Systems), into a huge conglomerate, doubtless in aid of the creation of a pan-European army with the French and German militaries as the core. Once again, I viewed this and continue to view this as an effort to side-step NATO and render it irrelevant.

Which brings us back to Deutschebank: why the refusal to pay the fines? Here is where the high octane speculation gets positively orbital, for one notes a dissimilarity between the fines imposed on the German banking giant and those large American banks that participated in the same activities. In other words, Deutschebank, by stating that it intends to fight the fine, might be viewed as really saying that they intend to expose the double standard, and hence, expose the rest of the fraud in the system, and that means, to be blunt, exposing the deep connection between all the fraud in the system and the American deep state, and the use of such fraud to prop up the American military. And let us remember, in this context, the recent statements of German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schauble(sorry folks, I don't have an umlaut!), that there is no fix of the financial system that is not a reform. This statement preceded the now open and growing discussions in the international financial "community" and calls for a global "jubilee," a cancellation of all debt. (Frankly, be extremely skeptical of this one, for it to my mind is a trap being laid: cancellation of your debts, in return for your submission to a global financial, and possibly cashless, financial system all being run on "secure" computers, and having an element of religion added for good measure.)

In Asia, Chinese private debt threatens to implode that economy as well, and that, once again, does not bode well for Germany's export-driven economy. So how does that fit in?

I suspect that one of the things to watch for now are increasingly open, and blunt, statements out of Berlin and Beijing, united in a critique of American financial "unipolarism." But these may come from corporations rather then the governments 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. Truther4Life on October 6, 2016 at 3:26 pm

    Hello Folks,
    Newbie to the site…great posts and equally great’s another interesting read along the lines of Dr. Farrell’s high octane speculation reg. assault on DB..

  2. Kahlypso on October 3, 2016 at 7:13 am

    Ooh.; Havent read both articles yet. But this makes me think about what I was saying last week about Commerzbank, Rothechilde, Bayer and Monsanto.
    Commerzbank was used by Rothechilde in his ‘advisor’ position of pushing through the BAYER-Monsanto deal.

    It amazes me to see that the Deutsche Bank is failing.. Seeing as they insisted that Greece and Ireland and Spain pay them all the money that they was owned them during the first ‘sub-primes’ crash..
    On a side note – Bayer’s Stockprice has gone up 3 centimes since 09h00 this am.

    Directing Germany into another crash/hyper inflation/lets blame some outsider group of people : Fremdvölkische.. Worked well in the 1930’s.

    • Nidster - on October 4, 2016 at 3:35 am

      “Ooh.; Havent read both articles yet. But,”

      And yet you feel compelled to comment on articles that you have not read!

      • Dan on October 4, 2016 at 4:57 am

        Ooh someone’s grumpy.
        I’ve read neither article yet I still know you owe it to yourself to be a better person than your comment suggests.
        Deutsche is perhaps retooling?
        There’s something in that for everyone

        • Kahlypso on October 4, 2016 at 6:09 am

          oops.. pressed report by mistake – sorry – ignore..
          Nidster, I hadnt read the full articles at the time I commented, but I had read Dr Farrel’s Synopsis. Which made me think about Commezbank and their role in Bayer/monsanto’s merger.
          Which seems interesting int the scope that whilst one German bank is burning to the ground, another is making a heap load of money with the help of the Rothechilds.
          I apologise if I offended you or ‘rubbed you the wrong way’, it was not my intention.

          • Nidster - on October 6, 2016 at 11:35 pm

            Sorry, Kahlypso no offense meant. I suppose it is hard to convey our feelings in a ‘post’ and what I wanted to convey was that you would always read and respond to what you have read and considered to be important. I always read your posts and give them thoughtful consideration. I will keep reading your thoughts and opinions, so all the best to you!

  3. Vomito Blanco on October 2, 2016 at 10:23 am

    Rumor has it that Clinton Foundation will assume all of Deutchbank’s good assets and the German government will be forced to take on all of Deutchbank’s toxic debt. I have a neighbor who runs a giant hedge fund and he relishes the day of a German hedge fund driven economic implosion where he and his cronies can then devour the corpse of the once great industrial giant like a gaggle of vultures, once again turning the German people into a destitute and desperate lot, at the mercy of foreign financiers and this time muslims instead of communists. My neighbor is propelled by stories from his bankster grandfather and his wonderful tales of trips to Berlin in the post WWI period and the playground of sordidness he wallowed in while touring his vassals.

  4. LSM on October 2, 2016 at 9:34 am

    there has been some talk about Germany preparing for WW3 or an economic collaps due to Deutsche Bank imploding and Germans should stock up on food and water;

    problem is: most Germans haven’t heard of this concept yet so most will not stock up on above;

    if/IF all of this will actually happen (big question mark!): as the saying goes:

    “after 2 days people will steal for food and after a week they will kill for it”

    Larry in Germany

    • Dan on October 4, 2016 at 5:07 am

      Have faith in your fellows larry. You’ll get through or you won’t but, “what matters most is how you walk through the fire.”

  5. DownunderET on October 1, 2016 at 4:27 pm

    Meanwhile the BIS is “silent” on the DB issue. One wonders why Germany is the banking joke of the week and all the time denying any problem at all. We all know banks lie, but DB saying there isn’t a problem is down rite crazy. Sure the elites are planning something, because banking worldwide is rotten to the common core (couldn’t help myself).
    So how long before DB goes under, and more to the point, when will the US military bases in Germany get their pink slip.

    • Nidster - on October 1, 2016 at 7:47 pm

      We are still noting how many lender foreclosures there are in the US, although not at the catastrophic levels as seen in the years 2009 to 2012. The 2 most frequent lenders who were holding the failed mortgages and who filed for foreclosure since 2013 continue to be Deutsche Bank and J P Morgan Chase Bank.

  6. Robert Barricklow on October 1, 2016 at 10:51 am

    …and then they come for you.

  7. marcos toledo on October 1, 2016 at 10:29 am

    One wonders what going through the minds of the PIGS who were and are being screwed by the Germans. At some level they must be enjoying this and here in America what revenge for the stab in the back are the northern-eastern states preparing for the southern-western states abandonment after the storm that ravage the east coast. The day of reckoning is coming.

    • goshawks on October 1, 2016 at 5:19 pm

      Search on “Yellowstone supervolcano” and “Mega-tsunami La Palma, Canary Islands”. Easily doable, even with today’s technology…

      • goshawks on October 5, 2016 at 3:45 pm

        veteranstoday dot com/2016/10/05/911-filling-in-the-map-tracing-the-nukes/

        “During the investigation of the missing [nuclear] pits, Jeff Smith traced them through the Port of Houston to the Canary Islands and to the African nation of Mauritania where they were stored in an iron mine controlled by South African extremists working closely with Israel.”

        Hmmm. I wonder if any pits were ‘dropped-off’ in the Canary Islands as part of the Sampson Option…

    • Vomito Blanco on October 2, 2016 at 10:09 am

      It seems the only way to truly destroy the American deep state and it’s underground headquarters is to sink and submerge the continent entirely which could be done by targeting numerous fault lines and tender spots like the San Andreas, the midwest fault and the tsunami producing Canary Islands fault line. Which begs the question: was Atlantis targeted and sunk in similar fashion in order to totally eradicate an underground presence? Could the Giza death star have been the continent destroying mechanism and could CERN be the North American continent destroying mechanism being built right under our noses?

      • goshawks on October 2, 2016 at 8:08 pm

        The only way (I know of) to sink a good-sized continent is by the ‘crustal slippage’ scenario. This is where the crust (only) breaks free from the underlying mantle and slides to a new orientation. I have no idea whether this is possible in real life, as tremendous frictional forces would resist the slide…

        The ‘sinking’ mechanism comes about because the Earth is not a true sphere. It is slightly bulged at the equator because of centrifugal force. So, as the crust rotates, some parts will rise a bit and other parts will fall a bit. Depending on where you are and the rotation-path, some parts could raise and fall by miles.

        (This is the only scenario that I see where the Atlantis continent – if it ever existed – could end-up miles underwater. Not just ‘swamped’ by rising sea levels at the end of the last Ice Age.)

        • WalkingDead on October 2, 2016 at 8:43 pm

          Potentially, the next 40-50 years could see quite a few interesting and dangerous events happening. We could be entering a new “Maunder Minimum”; the Earths magnetic shield is weakening in preparation for a pole shift; the West is spoiling for a nuclear war; the world economy is being engineered for either a collapse or sea change to another type of economy; and we are nearing the endgame of the NWO scheming.
          The agricultural land is being slowly made barren by pesticides and weed killers which will lead to widespread famines; our drinking water and seas are being contaminated with those same chemicals and radiation thus killing off the oceans and lakes; and the elite are preparing their survival bunkers to insure they will be the survivors.
          Evil has multiplied greatly on the face of the Earth.
          We do live in “interesting” times…

          • Nidster - on October 4, 2016 at 3:55 am

            It is re-assuring that many, if not all of the ancient prophesies pro-offered prior to 2000 have been resurrected. Doom is only a fore night away!!!

          • zendogbreath on October 9, 2016 at 2:25 pm

            Might consider the pole shift as well. And the possibility of earths axis shift again frm its intriguingly odd tilt. These are all probable past event and recurrable with right alignment and actions in our electric solar system and universe. Anyone w access to ancient events especially ancient repeatable events will have one heck of an advantage in bet hedges of life.

  8. WalkingDead on October 1, 2016 at 9:51 am

    Simply follow the money. It’ not the USSA or the EU who have benefitted from the fiat money Ponzi scheme. Where does all that “money from thin air” and debt “really” come from? Whose “banking system” is based solely on fraud? Who are the owners of those private banks? Who is it “illegal” to criticize virtually world wide?

    “If you want to find out who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed to criticize.” — Voltaire.

  9. Neru on October 1, 2016 at 9:02 am

    Maybe, and I state maybe the EU (politicians + multi nationals) can wiff the destruction of the EU coming from the Neo cons policy out of Washinton DC. Even if they know but held hostage, they should realize a “kaputt” EU serves no one.

    I say go for public acknowledgement how corrupt the USSA has become and refuse to pay outrages fines. If there ever was a time for sullying USSA goverment publicly, it is now. On the other hand “Deutsche Bank” itself is one of the most corrupt banks created the stink might be unbearable. The insults going fro and to would be the best “theater” ever produced on the world stage but to much to hope for.

    • Roger on October 1, 2016 at 10:38 am

      They may be imploding all the national banks to make way for the new global banks and currency. I wonder if the global bank will be privately owned by a hidden hand as well.

      • goshawks on October 1, 2016 at 5:12 pm

        Yes, I sniff Problem->Reaction->Solution in the air, too…

      • zendogbreath on October 9, 2016 at 2:11 pm

        Of course. C fitts warned and is warning all this. Too obviously true 4 those w ears and eyes.

      • zendogbreath on October 9, 2016 at 2:12 pm

        So assassinated bankers and docs r first wave of gladio culling. Where and hpws our domestic refuge?

  10. jj on October 1, 2016 at 8:43 am

    I have a different take on this and although the head of Deutsche in an email to employees stating the bank is under a financial attack by “speculators” we all know who they are. Both Merkel and Holland are globalist hence the sanctions against Russia hurting their own companies and the refugee crisis but it appears some factions of governments and business are revolting against those polices have both have announced the TTIP is dead. The attack on Deutesche Bank actually started some years back. The globalist, wall street, US hedge funds and corporate America have been going after Europe and especially Germany, its financial institutions, its corporations and its people to place pressure on them to sign the TTIP trade agreement and lose their sovereignty. If you remember some years back the DOJ fined German and French banks billions. Then they had the NY Fed withhold the majority of both Germany’s and France’s gold. They then had sanctions against Russia hurting financially both German and French firms. Then they had US controlled NATO move troops on Russia’s border threatening Europe with war. When this didn’t work they went after Volkswagen with billions in fines. When this didn’t work they flooded Europe with refugees hence the crime, violence and false flag attacks. These latest attacks actually started some months banks. If you remember some wall street banks bought trillions of derivatives from Deutsche and then you had the emergency meeting at the white house with the Fed and the banks. The Fed issued a statement after that meeting that foreign entities could not seize US entities assets until a 48 hour notice was given. Now think about that Fed statement for a minute. What was the Fed, wall street and the white house concerned about here? It certainly wasn’t about Deutsche Bank financial condition but about Deutsche seizing US assets. The trillions in derivatives that the wall street banks bought from Deutsche was them trying to eliminate their risks because Deutsche had in fact hedged some of their contracts with US banks so the banks bought them back thus cancelling the risks but they didn’t get all of them as Deutsche refused to do so hence the Fed statement pertaining to foreign entities seizing US assets. Recently a London financial analyst at one of London’s big banks dove into Deutsche’s “unlisted” or OTC derivative nonsense and said that due to Germany accounting rules, financial institutions there must post the total notional amount and are not permitted to list the amount of contracts the bank has underwritten separate from the amount hedged. They are in fact a wash. It is the same as when your insurance company writes a liability policy on your home and then buys re-insurance against any possible future losses. The next step was to cut off Deutsche from world capital markets hence the banks attempt to raise capital from retail clients offering 5% interest on new deposits. The US hedge funds then went after not only the bank’s stock but their CDS spreads. Then the DOJ came in and announced the record billions in fines and stated more fines are coming to both German and French banks. Of course you have the globalist controlled media going overtime with the negative propaganda against the bank and everyone in the alt media jumping on board. It is interesting that the fines were only announced after both the German and French governments announced the TTIP trade agreement was in fact dead. Now some hedge funds are withdrawing excess cash from the bank’s clearing and brokerage operations pertaining to “listed” derivatives that trade on exchanges like options, futures, forwards, etc. Both Germany and France have been preparing for a financial on attack on their economies and more false flags by these same same entities and I think that is the real reason for the announcement to stock up on food and water and it really has nothing to do with the bank. Let’s face it the Bundesbank can just print or create euros as all central banks in the EU can. Each euro is actually marked from the country of origin and when taken across the border they are collected by banks, sent to the central bank of that country and then are returned to their various origins. When a wire transfer takes place from one country to another by a customer of the bank, the transaction goes thru the central bank of that country and they in turn notify a central bank in the destination country and they in turn receive a credit on the banks book and the central banks books and the reverse in true the sending country but no funds are actually sent. This shows up in the Target 2 balances.

    If Deutsche Bank does go under it will be not because of their derivatives or their loan portfolio but by a systemic financial attack. If in fact Deutsche’s derivatives explode the real risk for the bank is that their hedges will not be honored by those other entities that would owe the bank.

    • zendogbreath on October 9, 2016 at 2:17 pm

      Jj. Kinda doubt ut gonna get much argument here. In fact i’m trying to see how thats a diff take. Lools more like a well done summary. Just the kinda think the globalists r gomna work hard to keep the next gens who survive this controlled demolition from finding out as long as possible. Kinda like how much and how long they hid the truth frm us, eh?

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