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For some time I've been urging that the current political-cultural climate should be viewed "whole", and that we're witnessing an historical arc of unprecedented uniqueness. We are, I've been urging, in one of those periodic paradigm shifts that seems to happen about once every five hundred years, the last one being the Reformation, Counter-Reformation, the Thirty Years' War, and the Peace of Westphalia, which basically cemented our modern laissez faire attitude to religion and the secular state. But this current change, I've been urging, is unlike any other in prior human history, and hence has no real precedents. It's being driven by unprecedented technological change and development which in turn is rendering more and more human labor productivity moot, and that in turn impacts the financial system and model under which we currently operate moot. German finance minister Wolfgang Schaueble has stated that the debt growth model is over. There is no way forward, he argues, that is not a reform. Reading between the lines a bit, what Herr Schaueble is actually saying is that there is no way out of the current mess that does not involve increase in equity finance, in production, and hence, in human productivity.

As a component of all this, I've also been arguing that the current political cycle in the west, which has seen historic elections in the United Kingdom with the BREXIT referendum and more recently the overwhelming parliamentary vote to move forward with leaving the E.U., with the recent American presidential election cycle, and with the upcoming national elections in France, the Netherlands, and Germany, must also be viewed whole. In my opinion, we've been witnessing "deep state factional revolts" against the prevailing globaloney neo-con neo-lib agendas that have formulated domestic and foreign policy in these nations. Recall, for example, the strange story from last year of Queen Elizabeth inviting the British vice-premier to the palace for dinner and tea, during which she expressed, in the form of questions, reservations about the whole E.U. experiment. Then BREXIT happened, and Cameron and said vice premier were gone.

With the growing opposition to the immigration and refugee policies of Brussels and Berlin, I've also been urging that the upcoming votes in France, the Netherlands, and Germany will be of similar cultural and historical importance, and for the moment, France, and the candidacy for the presidency of Marine Le Pen, is front and center, and for several reasons. Not the least of these reasons involves the ability of private groups not only to lobby for domestic policy changes but to pursue a variety of censorship practices and other "active measures" to affect cultural change. So, as you ponder the upcoming French elections, consider these stories. The first was shared by Mr. V.T.:

Well, we've seen similar attempts to censor news by altering search engine algorithms before. Same tactic, same agenda, only this time, it's Ms. Le Pen in the cross hairs. Recently Wikileaks divulged the CIA's attempts to gain information on French candidates during their 2012 election, presumably for the purpose of influencing the outcome:

Wikileaks Exposes CIA Involvement In French 2012 Presidential Election

Clearly, nationalist Le Pen would not be at the top of the list of "desirable outcomes," neither in 2012, and especially now with the EU in tatters from Mad Madame Merkel's immigration policies. Bluntly put, without France, there is no E.U. And Ms. Le Pen has been advancing the idea of a FREXIT.

The real focus of my concern today is really these hidden influences - particularly from so-called non-government organizations like the various foundations of Darth Soros - on domestic and foreign policy, an influence Ms. Le Pen is almost certain to mention and exploit, for the tide is turning, as this article shared by Mr. V.T. also points out:

Lawmakers probe US funding for Soros groups, left-wing causes in Europe

Consider the opening paragraphs in this regard:

Report alleges George Soros is meddling in foreign affairs

George Soros' alleged meddling in European politics has caught the attention of Congress.

Concerns about Soros' involvement most recently were raised by the Hungarian prime minister, who last week lashed out at the Soros "empire" and accused it of deploying "tons of money and international heavy artillery."

But days earlier, Republican lawmakers in Washington started asking questions about whether U.S. tax dollars also were being used to fund Soros projects in the small, conservative-led country of Macedonia.

Rep. Christopher Smith, R-N.J., led a group of House lawmakers in writing to Ambassador Jess Baily -- an Obama appointee -- demanding answers. Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, also expressed concerns about USAID money going to Soros' Open Society Foundations as part of a broader concern that the U.S. Embassy has been taking sides in party politics.

A few days ago I blogged about the necessity for another "Reece" committee to investigate such foundation activity. It appears, in effect, that this is a possibility waiting in the wings. But the implications are indeed dire for Mr. Globaloney, for once such an investigation is underway, similar activities of private citizens meeting to make policy might come under scrutiny... for example, the Bilderberg group.

The problem confronting those interests now is the fact that such investigations are under way already: Frau Merkel faces parliamentary committees in the Bundestag, and if Ms. Le Pen is elected or even has a strong showing and manages to gain seats in the French national assembly, one can expect similar investigations to occur in France, and with all the power of the French bureaucracy, this could indeed be quite revealing. It would be quite a stretch of the imagination to believe that the French DST was not fully apprised of his activities. In Macedonia and Hungary, protests over his activities are under way, and Hungary is investigating. And Hungary, let us recall, has "historical" connections to Russia and to Russian intelligence, which similarly would have its own thick "Soros dossier."

If it happens, then let's hope those committees in various countries will "compare notes." That's probably what really has Darth Soros, Mr. Globaloney par excellence, and his ilk, worried. And that's probably why they will spare no effort to keep Ms. Le Pen out of the Elyse Palace.

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. zendogbreath on February 22, 2017 at 11:23 pm

    Anyone familiar with bernie or dennis or the young turks or jimmy dore?

    Interesting how dennis held out n held up the last and deciding vote on obama care until the last moment. Then obama invited him 2 the whitehouse. dennis declared how he planned to leverage his vote to bring back single payer into obabacare. After the meeting he quietly voted obamacare in without single payer and then went silent -until AFTER the dnc lost.

    If ur familiar with the logan act u would know that every incoming admin has violated it belligerently since at least jfk
    And how violating the logan act is the entire purpose of bilderberg, cfr, ngo’s of all stripes owned by kochs, omidyar, rockefelatios, rottenchilds, soros, clinton, bush,..the royals…..

    There’s far more credible evidence in pizzagate than there is in russian hacking.
    Frm brasschecktv:
    Dennis Kucinich, no fan of Trump, points out
    something very important.

    Everyone in the Trump circle who is against
    endless war with Russia is being targeted for
    elimination by the news media.


    • Robert Barricklow on February 23, 2017 at 11:10 am

      Shows how little respect the press[et all] have the citizens they are supposed to inform[which, in itself is a blatant lie. Even a Kindergarteners could draw crayon colored lines from Bilderberg to DC to the Logan Act.

  2. David B on February 22, 2017 at 5:22 pm

    Let’s not forget what’s going on down in Ecuador. An epic battle between left and right and the winner decides the fate of Jullian Assange with the right ready to kick him out within 30 days of election. Wikileaks also did a piece on CIA piece on all the candidates. Correa wants the US military far away from Ecuador land.

    • Robert Barricklow on February 22, 2017 at 6:28 pm

      It doesn’t matter who votes; it’s who counts the votes.
      Who has the most money.
      Owns the press?
      Blackmails with the alternate close: silver or lead?
      The last to hack the voting computers.

  3. Robert Barricklow on February 22, 2017 at 3:58 pm

    Exit Soros
    Enter Gates

  4. Robert Barricklow on February 22, 2017 at 3:46 pm

    One sentence post sent to moderation.
    Very apropos, in that, my sentence suggested – just that.

  5. Robert Barricklow on February 22, 2017 at 3:45 pm

    The Debt Rate Control of the masses by the select chosen is being substituted by a more inhuman & controlling technology.

  6. marcos toledo on February 22, 2017 at 12:33 pm

    An the USSA has the gall about the Russians hacking it’s election. When they have hacked and corrupted other peoples elections around the World what the old saying “if you can’t do the time don’t do the crime”.

  7. DanaThomas on February 22, 2017 at 11:59 am

    A further sign of serious panic among the oligarchs is the arrest of LePen’s Euro-Parliament assistant for alleged “abuse of European funds”. This move is blatant intimidation. They may have overplayed their hand, considering the levels of corruption in the EU bureaucracy; and if the same methods were applied all over the board and not just to an unlucky few, Brussels and Strasbourg might just as well close down.

    • Pellevoisin on February 22, 2017 at 7:58 pm

      Yes, it is blatant intimidation, and this hand overplayed strengthens the position of Le Pen and by extension Geert Wilders and others.

  8. Vomito Blanco on February 22, 2017 at 10:50 am

    The Europeans are certainly more prepared for a robot takeover as they already have shorter work hours. Unlike Americans, they know how to appreciate their breakfast, lunch and dinner and any extra time allotted to them would be put to further enjoying their meals and spending more time in cafes. Any surplus free time beyond that would be well used in their love lives, typically in the pursuit of new lovers for extramarital affairs. Americans on the other hand will be fish out of water with this added leisure time and the result will be disastrous for everybody except the marijuana dispensers, the pharmaceutical companies, the prison industrial complex, the media industry and the porn industry. In my humble estimation the only way to make a robot rollout in the US work is if every American was also given a robot to have sex with.

    • zendogbreath on February 22, 2017 at 11:12 pm

      That last has clearly been one of the first parts of the plan for decades at least.

  9. basta on February 22, 2017 at 10:23 am

    Well all the polls claim Marine Le Pen will lose the second round, just as Hillary was a foregone conclusion, and just as the London bookies paid out on Brexit before the vote.

    No gas-lighting to see anywhere, folks! Just remarkably volatile times we live in!

    That said, the bigger question in the French election is not that the Soros Gollum is involved (well, knock me over with a feather!) but who was behind the takedown of Fillon, the heir-apparent, who had patiently bid his time (just like Hillary, come to think of it) but then was slammed with the nepotism/graft charge.

    And the other contender, Macron, who literally came out of obscurity to top-three status (shades of Obama, funnily enough) , just happens to be an ex-director of a Rothschild bank. Just like Pompidou was, after they ousted De Gaulle in ’68 with the very first color revolution of all.

    Come to think of it, where was Soros in ’68?

    • zendogbreath on February 22, 2017 at 11:14 pm

      A guess: chicago?

  10. Lost on February 22, 2017 at 8:57 am

    Infowars, there’s a source I trust, especially when the post at the Jones website really can’t point any control over the content of Google searches by whomever. Sarc.

    • OrigensChild on February 22, 2017 at 9:33 am

      I share your chagrin. I have to remind myself on occasion that even they can report something that is actually true. The same holds for Veterans Today.

    • Roger on February 22, 2017 at 12:37 pm

      As crazy and exaggerated as everything he says sounds; in the long run it always proves to be an understatement. Hate him if you must but without him we would be much more in the dark and most of us in gulags.

    • OrigensChild on February 22, 2017 at 3:52 pm

      Roger, I know.

  11. Neru on February 22, 2017 at 7:41 am

    Paris, a 3 hour drive from where I live, has been on fire for a few days recently.
    Any thing on the news, of course not.

    Those adverts from a few years ago, a few days Barcelona or Paris ect all gone.
    It is hard to keep up with the no go zones in my own back yard so having heaps of murders from visitors in capitals and big cities elswhere would be shamefull to report on every five minutes.

    • Lost on February 22, 2017 at 9:18 am


      Got pictures of Paris burning?

      Perhaps Tucker Carlson can get you some.

      • sagat1 on February 22, 2017 at 4:06 pm

        Protests and subsequent rioting has been taking place in suburbs of Paris for some time following a number of racially charged incidents. Policem3n, trunche0n spring to mind? All timely of course what with elections just around the corner.

        Further north, Malmo’s a no go zone also with the nightly lighting up of locals vehicles being the latest sport.

  12. LGL on February 22, 2017 at 7:31 am


    Today’s blog title could not help but evoke this turning point in WWII”

    Les sanglots longs des violons de l’automne blessent mon cœur d’une langueur monotone. Tout suffocant et blême, quand sonne l’heure, je me souviens des jours anciens et je pleure.”

    BTW; as of BFMTV’s Yesterday’s poll, LePen is leading her closest opponent by 7 %.
    LePen = 27 %
    Filloh = 20 %
    Macron = 18 %

    • Pellevoisin on February 22, 2017 at 12:14 pm

      … Je me souviens des jours anciens et je pleure.

      Bravo and thank you for the link to the Radio Londres broadcast.

      Polling in France should be viewed as one considers the polling in the UK before Brexit and the polling before the US presidential election. If the pollsters admit that Marine Le Pen is 7 or 8 percent ahead of her competitors, the reality is likely to be far, far greater.

  13. goshawks on February 22, 2017 at 6:40 am

    The Bilderberg group? Nah, they’re just a bunch of folks out for a meet-and-greet. (Actually, only the small ‘inner circle’ of the Bilderberg group – the relay-ers of private decisions – really matters, to tell the truth…)

    In the wider picture, we ARE at a historic crossroads. On the one side, human population growth has made people almost into commodities (read: slave labor). On the other side, technology has made ever-growing inroads into manufacturing and service jobs, making-redundant an ever-increasing percentage of the population. (Technological sophistication is actually a good thing, if managed right.) These elephant-in-the-room trends are finally making their way into the minds of the dullest of the population. Hence, the unrest in the woodwork…

    There are multiple proffered solutions, ranging from the tried-and-true feudal-society model (nobles & serfs) to the guaranteed-income for the masses model. Each model has its pushers, but something seems lacking in each. How humanity as a whole comes to a grip with this conundrum will define our society, far past our lifetimes…

  14. Kahlypso on February 22, 2017 at 6:23 am

    I heard that Sessions has Soros portraits all over his firing range.
    He just wakes up in the morning, takes his coffee and 63 fully loaded chargers to the range and just unleashes leaden death, whilst bellowing manly unleashed fury.. At least that’s what I think he should do.. Its what I’d do if I had a firing range at home..

    So when does Soros get tried for all the death he has caused?

    • Lost on February 22, 2017 at 9:30 am


      “So when does Soros get tried for all the death he has caused?”

      When Obama, Cheney, and etc fess up, when can get to the abuses of various billionaires, not limited to this particular guy.

      How did Jeff Sessions vote on W’s illegal Iraqi invasion? Along with Hillary, I’m sure he voted yes to greenlight the coming murders in Iraq.

    • Vomito Blanco on February 22, 2017 at 10:12 am

      I would suggest they exile Soros to that garbage island floating in the Pacific. It could be his St. Helena. If he could continue to pull strings and manipulate world events from this trash heap, then he is a mighty villain indeed. Maybe we need him.

      • Eve Leung on February 22, 2017 at 7:57 pm

        Just drain up his money, since he already at such old age, without those money, he wouldn’t last for long lol

  15. Eve Leung on February 22, 2017 at 6:21 am

    LOL If they can’t even keep Trump out of white house, how are they going to keep La Pen out of Elyse Palace?

    May be I should google Le Pen thousand time per day just for the fun of it lol

    • Kahlypso on February 22, 2017 at 6:25 am

      The fun thing is… They probably won’t be able to stop her getting in. Now she’s pulled off her PR stunt by snobbing off the Dofti thuingummy by not wearing a veil.
      French mentality will actually love that..

      • Pellevoisin on February 22, 2017 at 12:07 pm

        Yes, we loved her defiance.

    • Lost on February 22, 2017 at 9:38 am

      Would have been quite easy to keep Trump out of the White House.

      However they nominated the worst candidate, and she ran a terrible campaign.

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