I rarely cover much U.S. domestic politics on this website because, well, frankly, because it's both depressing and hysterical (in the humorous sense), all at the same time. That is the cost, I suppose, of running an empire on corruption, blackmail, globaloneyism, and just plain old fashioned Rockefailure-Soros stupidity for so long. Now, as I've been given to understand the whole episode of the Flynn resignation, he didn't do much more than have a telephone conversation with a Russian diplomat, during which the Russian asked about sanctions(See, and Flynn responded that it would have to be taken up once the then President-elect was in office. Forgive me, but that sort of thing is what I thought national security advisors were supposed to do. But then the whole thing exploded into this corporate controlled media circus that President Trump is being influenced by the always-byzantine-never-to-be-trusted Russians and their evil Machiavellian criminal super-genius, Vladimir Putin, who, for the moment, has replaced the "Israel-and-the-Zionists-are-behind-everything" meme with the "Vladimir Putin is behind everything" meme. Next week it may be the Jesuits-are-behind-everything meme (and let's not forget, Pope Francis is a Jesuit! Q.E.D.)

Now, I'll believe that President Trump is a Russian agent when he builds his first high-rise casino in Moscow with the evil Machiavellian criminal super genius Vladimir Putin present at the ribbon cutting along with the balalaika band, and with a major equity stake in said casino (and hey, they have lots of Eskimos in Russia, so it could be an Indian casino, and everyone will be happy because it will be politically correct. That's a hint, Vlad.  With careful planning, this could become a major modus operandi of the Trump-Putin cabal, giving new meaning to the phrase "pay to play" as Trump high rise casinos go up all over the world.).  And our wonderful always-informed-and-always-to-be-trusted corporate controlled media seem conveniently to have forgotten Darth Hillary's little uranium sales and so on to Russia(See Russia? Look who’s really in bed with Moscow), not to mention the money that allegedly flowed into the Clinton coffers from Angela Merkel's Germany (German taxpayer money, as I recall,see Merkel BACKED Hillary: Clinton Foundation received £4M German taxpayer cash pre-election), not to mention the (out)house of Saud. Nothing to see here, no foreign influence here, folks. Move along.

All that said, something about the Flynn thing has bothered me since it first surfaced, and that is that it seems to have all the hallmarks of a classic sting operation: the level of predictable outrage far exceeded the scale of the alleged breech by Flynn. Now, while I've shared that suspicion with a few friends privately, when I opened up my emails preparing to schedule this week's blogs, I found the following intriguing article that was shared by Mr. G.L.R., and it outlines my suspicions far better than I ever could:  (You'll have to copy and paste this link into your browser, as the linking function would not work for some reason.)

Now, what always bothered me about the Flynn affair was something this article brings out: Flynn would hardly have been unaware that his conversations were being "listened to" by American intelligence, and it was this factor that led me to entertain my suspicion that the whole thing was a sting operation to begin with, a point which the article itself brings out, citing no less than the New York Times itself. But now comes the cruncher: the press, supposedly basing its stories on "inside sources", cannot get the story's details straight, an egregious example of "BMLS" (Benghazi Memory Lapse Syndrome). Well, after all, "at this point, what difference does it make?" Well, the difference, the problem, as the article points out, is this:

A foolproof method of identifying someone talking to the press is to give him a specific story.  If that story is published, you know where it came from, because it’s a unique story.  Why would the intelligence officials have so many different stories if they read the same transcripts?  The only possible answer is that each official was given a different transcript.  Why would the intelligence officials have so many different stories if they read the same transcripts?

The FBI cleared Flynn on January 23.  The “leaks” were published February 9.  So Trump has everything he needs to reform the CIA, NSA, etc.

The FBI and Senate Intelligence Committee are going to investigate now.  Trump ran his own sting a month back, when he identified intelligence officials as leakers.  Trump warned them that this was illegal.  It appears he’s taken dramatic action.  The end.(Emphasis added)

Now, years and years ago, I wrote an historical novel(only a part of which was ever published, and self-published at that), in which the villain just happens to be the head of the Byzantine Empire's intelligence and foreign service (the Bureau of Barbarians). This individual suspected that the Emperor Charlemagne had a spy in the Byzantine Imperial court, but did not know who. So, he held a party, during which he pretended to let various suspects know that he had a spy in Charlemagne's court, but to each suspect, he told a different name of his spy. When Charlemagne executed a particular individual for espionage and treason, the Byzantine spymaster knew who among his suspects was the spy. It's a classic case of what people in spy craft call "dying the waters." In this case, if the article is correct, and various people were shown different transcripts, then several waters were dyed, and several "sources" for the leaks are implied. And if this was a sting operation of this sort, then it also has enormous implications for political fallout as well, for with congressional investigations pending, those within both parties who are opposed to the administration of Mr. Trump, will be confronted with some embarrassing information...

But that, of course, is all high octane speculation. Time will tell.

See you on the flip side...



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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. goshawks on February 20, 2017 at 5:17 am

    A good article; thanks. (I will put that particular ‘trick’ – dye-ing the waters – into my ‘hmmm’ folder.) It is true; Flynn had to have known that any conversation was going onto a hard-disk somewhere. Even I know that, and speak accordingly…

    What I am curious about is how ‘Godfather’ this is going to get. By that, I mean into the physical. The PTB own the swamp, and any attempts to ‘verbally’ flush the swamp will be laughable in their ineffectiveness. The crocodiles will win, hands down.

    The level of ‘physicality’ has gone-up in recent times, what with the Russian ambassador, the NATO official, and even Putin’s favorite chauffeur. A sign of the times?

    Inevitably, I am reminded of the scene in “The Godfather” movie, where the heads of the five lethally-competing Families are ‘taken-out’ simultaneously. I am curious whether we have a situation like that in our future. (It will likely be heart attacks, crashes, suicides, and other ‘plausible deniability’ wet-working, of course.)

    Interesting times…

  2. DownunderET on February 19, 2017 at 3:58 pm

    What’s going on in the US in politics is nothing less than shameful. After speaking to a few US based Giza members, they all feel embarrassed with what’s going on.
    The once great US has decended into acting like a banana republic, and politicans acting like fools. The Flynn case is just one in question, and as the rest of the world are rolling around on the floor laughing, the American people deserve better, and they deserve better politicans.

    • Roger on February 19, 2017 at 4:58 pm

      President Trump is the best President we’ve had in a long time. Our media is nothing but propaganda and so are our intelligence agencies. A lot of our politicians seem to be foreign agents but not President Trump.

  3. marcos toledo on February 19, 2017 at 12:01 pm

    But this brings up the question who are the real masters of the world. And who are the puppet masters in the shadows and what is their end games. The USSA surrendered it’s sovereignty towards the end of the nineteenth and the beginning of the twentieth century.

  4. Robert Barricklow on February 19, 2017 at 11:21 am

    The irony is replete with the Flynn; in this case the Logan Act was dug up from 1799 preventing private citizens from interfering in U.S. diplomatic relations.

    Bilderberg, anyone?

    Love to see the Dyeing the Waters angle play out.

  5. Harvey's Barn on February 19, 2017 at 11:18 am

    Look a Squirrel, I mean Russian!
    More fodder for the MSN to lovingly beat the hysterical and histrionic Regressives with. And they love it. What a disgusting relationship. Meanwhile, in another world, it seems your speculation, Dr, Farrell, has perhaps gleaned the essence of the situation. The Daily Caller has an interesting report regarding three Muslim brothers, very well placed and highly paid in the DC IT system who have just been outed.

  6. Vomito Blanco on February 19, 2017 at 10:20 am

    Crazy like a fox this president Trump. I was thinking length same lines– how would a high level spy get himself busted like that. Too competent to be that incompetent. The two big problems I have with Trump are is rabid zionism and his courtship of Goldman Sachs. Could this actually be another maneuver to isolate the rogue elements of our intelligence services by stripping them of traditional accomplices, maybe even getting Israel and GS to turn on the… whatever its is (inhuman global fascist IG Farben Skull and Bones CIA Project PaperClip Nazi Bush/Clinton/Neo-con Breakaway Deep State Specter crime syndicate)? Maybe Trump has enticed Israel and GS with plunder, greater criminal marketshare and the overall advantageous elimination of a competitor. I doubt they would act on conscious, despite the glaring danger to humanity from these IG Farben nut jobs. As crazy as it sounds, GS and Israel could represent the lesser evil. Trump and Putin have decided to corner and eliminate the greater evil first.

    • goshawks on February 20, 2017 at 5:50 am

      “The two big problems I have with Trump are is rabid zionism and his courtship of Goldman Sachs.”

      Yep, two BIG red flags. Either the deep-black people ‘really’ sponsoring him are incredibly wise and long-game powerful, or we are in deep, deep trouble. Hard to tell…

      • Robert Barricklow on February 20, 2017 at 10:59 am

        Unfortunately the money.

        • goshawks on February 21, 2017 at 6:52 am

          RB, I am speaking of background ‘people’ who never had a fascination with money…

  7. basta on February 19, 2017 at 9:49 am

    You should reconsider avoiding commenting on US politics; now that Barnum’s circus has folded, Trump has been installed and the swamp things are on the prowl, it’s become the greatest show on earth. Might as well acknowledge that the Empire is facing an unprecedented crisis of governance and that there are plots afoot all over. Soft coups, counter coups, spooked spooks — you name it, it’s in play. Enjoy the show!

    About Flynn, there is a recent Zero Hedge article (18 Feb.) entitled “Jay Sekulow: Obama should be held accountable for the soft coup against Trump.” Some 17 days before leaving, Obama signed an EO allowing the NSA to disseminate its raw intelligence to all the other intel agencies, effectively opening the floodgates and allowing anyone in the so-called “intelligence community” to have access. In other words, a bomb on a timer and an invitation for loyalists to leak.

    I assume Trump will shortly strip the West Wing to the foundations and rebuild it to remove all the surveillance equipment planted there.

    • Dan on February 21, 2017 at 4:26 am

      Or just continue to fight from his private Florida club, atleast until the mud dries.

  8. LGL on February 19, 2017 at 7:16 am

    As if it were On Cue, an article in the National Review asks :
    Why Was the FBI Investigating General Flynn?

    There appears to have been no foreign-intelligence or criminal-investigative purpose served by the FBI’s interrogation of General Flynn. It is easy to see why Democrats would want to portray Flynn’s contact with the Russian ambassador as worthy of an FBI investigation. But why did the FBI and the Justice Department investigate Flynn — and why did “officials” make sure the press found out about it?

    • XAydMary on February 19, 2017 at 6:00 pm

      Funny the Establishment didn’t see this coming. As I recall Trump mentioned using this tactic to discover leaks while he was still campaigning.

      • Dan on February 21, 2017 at 4:30 am

        Omg that’s true! I remember that. I can’t help it but everyday I get a little more positive about this crazy fox American president. He also said “make America great.”, not “make U.S.A. Great”… I’m listening closer now.

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