Mr. R.A., a regular reader here, share this story, and it's significant enough I need to talk about it. Australia's Foreign Minister, Ms. Julie Bishop, has recalled all Australian Ambassadors to that country - temporarily it is to be stressed - for a conference in Australia of all senior Australian diplomats for a foreign policy "reset", or, at least, that's what were being told according to this article by Amy Remeikis in The Sydney Morning Herald:

All Australian ambassadors to temporarily return home to help shape foreign policy reset

There's the usual "all is well" explanation, including, of course, the obligatory remarks about how all this is being brought about by the Trump Administration and Mr. Trump's prior remarks about NATO, redoing security and trade deals like TPP, and the growing China problem in the South China Sea. One hundred and thirteen high diplomatic officials will meet with Prime Minister Turnbull in Canberra:

In an Australian-first step, 113 heads of mission - which includes the nation's ambassadors, high commissioners and consuls-general - will return for three days next month, as the government looks to reset how Australia navigates its foreign, trade and development policies on the global stage.

Every head of mission, with the exception of a few whose terms are about to expire, will meet in Canberra for a two-day meeting with Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, Ms Bishop and Trade Minister Steven Ciobo, as well as a representative from Labor, to contribute to the long-awaited Foreign Policy White Paper, due to be delivered later this year.

Doubtless, all this is true: Australia will need to craft a security and trade strategy for the near-to-mid-term future. But then there's this little bit of additional "explanation":

While other G20 nations, including the United States, Britain, China and Germany have established annual meetings of their diplomatic corps, Australia has traditionally held international meetings, flying Canberra-based staff to designated regional meeting points.

That approach has drawn criticism, most recently over a trip 23 DFAT staff made to Paris in September last year for a conference on saving money that subsequently cost taxpayers $215,000.

Meetings usually held overseas have now been cancelled, saving about $400,000, which has been reallocated to the heads of mission meeting.

In other words, we have a "nothing to see here, move along" explanation; it's all being done to save taxpayer money.

However, I cannot help but agree with the thoughts Mr. R.A. expressed in his email to me, and indulge and expand upon them in the high octane speculation of the day, for the implications of such a behind-closed-doors meeting of all Australian senior diplomats, face-to-face, means also that one is not subject to electronic communications, and to the prospects of penetration via hacking or other means of electronic eavesdropping. If one wants to communicate serious information in as secure a manner as possible, and formulate some sort of response to it, this would be the means of doing so.

Mr. R.A. speculates, and I agree with him, that during their meeting, Vice President Pence may have told Foreign Minister Bishop something truly significant, and highly secret (or, we may also speculate, vice versa), and that a large adjustment to Australian foreign policy is therefore necessary. And that means it has to be of significant magnitude. The question is, what is that significant?

Here I suspect there are two possibilities, and they may indeed overlap. The first, and more mundane matter, is the recent decision and discussion within the United Kingdom about revivifying the British Commonwealth, of which Australia is easily the most important Pacific member. Those discussions, you'll recall, also involve the idea of making the United States an associate member. If such were to occur, it would be a restructuring of the Anglo-sphere, "the Anglo-American Establishment", documented by American history and geopolitics professor Carroll Quigley in his book by the same name, in fulfillment of the dreams of Cecil Rhodes.  In this respect, Australian foreign policy would need a significant reset, especially in the wake of the BREXIT vote. These realignments will also dramatically impact the "China problem" and how the U.K., Australia, the wider Commonwealth, and the USA, deal with it.

The second possibility for such a meeting, and the necessity of communicating in complete security, would be the strange goings-on in Antarctica, and the clear indication that something of major significance is either occurring in the polar continent, or that something of major significance has been discovered there, perhaps impinging upon human history, perhaps involving ancient high technologies and civilizations, perhaps involving "ET," perhaps involving major climate data, or perhaps even some combination of all of them.

Time of course will tell, but for Australia to "break" with its standard foreign policy operating procedure and summon such a meeting means that something truly significant is afoot, and one may be certain that while the forthcoming "White Paper" may not completely disclose whatever it is, it is bound to give some hint.

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. Pierre on March 19, 2017 at 10:44 pm

    also related (or not).

    rhodes scholars, former pm’s hawke, whitlam.
    jesuit former pm abbott also a rhodes scholar

    do all Rhodes lead to Antarctica?

  2. DanaThomas on March 19, 2017 at 3:31 am

    Oh and by the way Australia claims a huge swathe of Antarctica for itself.

  3. DanaThomas on March 19, 2017 at 3:25 am

    Let’s look out for increasing web language association of the terms Antarctica, Australia and New Zealand (where most of the Polar “trekkers” seem to end up).

  4. Russell Close on March 18, 2017 at 12:33 am

    I did my research on Prime Minister Turnbull years ago, as he was being pushed 10 years ago as a future Prime Minister, by the usual suspects in the Liberal Party. Worked in Media after his Rhodes Scholarship, before he worked for Australia’s richest man at the time Kerry Packer, who owned the biggest rated and richest television network in Australia…Channel 9….and through all of this, he has always been a proponent of the Rhodes ideology……Scenario one rings very true to me.

  5. Robert Barricklow on March 17, 2017 at 4:16 pm

    The Baptist bot moderated my lust once again.

  6. Robert Barricklow on March 17, 2017 at 4:14 pm

    First off, there’s the official public story; then the official official story; spiraling down to the secret society level story; followed down by those real in the know; followed by those using all the above to suit they’re own game plan; followed by those allowing such imaginations; followed by those who orchestrated it from the get-go.
    All this to say that it looks like this has to do with Antarctica and the occult agenda/This is the whole point of technology.
    It creates an appetite for immortality on the hand.
    It threatens universal extinction on the other.
    Technology is lust removed from nature.

    • goshawks on March 18, 2017 at 1:01 am

      Robert, I have been just ‘observing’ Trump, independent of agenda issues. He really seems ‘detached’, just saying whatever was needed in the moment without any deep, true feelings of involvement.

      If Trump is not on some ‘feel good’ drugs/drugging, perhaps he got a Briefing. So, he knows none of this mundane-parade has any significance, particularly if Antarctica is going to blow wide open to the world within the next year or so.

      Trump may be just going through the motions; that might explain a lot…

      • Robert Barricklow on March 18, 2017 at 4:52 pm

        Such is the Frankenstein monster which states have created through corporate laws. The Rubicon was crossed the day private power became stronger than the democratic state itself.
        Trump was spawned from [it]. You might say he believes in [it], to his soul; to think otherwise, would be to doubt his worth. He’s a tool, a Yeltsin walking us into a governance of exclusive company merchants – the worst of all governments for any country whatsoever.

  7. zendogbreath on March 17, 2017 at 12:08 am

    as usual, fact is stranger than fiction. from that we can make a small leap to the craziest fiction usually turns out to be fact first. one more small leap?:

    vomito, please return to more ridiculing kinda stuff. these scenarios are way too plausible.

    btw, has anyone noticed how the arbusto family took over from the dulles’ a few assassinations ago? and now are being shuttled off of the military/ind complex’s main public relations stage? to be replaced by a few of the mighty wurlitzer’s whole cloth fabrications? until a new family dynasty with blessings from the rottenchild rockhead, ignobels, oranges, rhodes, yorks,…. steps up to be the ussa’s putin?

  8. marcos toledo on March 16, 2017 at 11:57 am

    Putin and Russia with typewriters and pencils-pens and paper. Now Australia with face to face meeting with it’s ambassadors time have proven that the old ways including coin and paper money is the most secure way to conduct real business.

  9. Vomito Blanco on March 16, 2017 at 9:48 am

    Maybe Pence got his marching orders from former Sec of State James Baker at the Super Bowl to prepare for a war with China and Pence was just passing it along to the Aussies as they will no doubt be greatly effected by such a war. My guess is the Skull and Bones crowd are making lemonade out of lemons and are going to use Trump’s ego problems to their advantage and get him to charge into a war with China and North Korea. I can think of numerous reasons why the Deep State would want this war but suffice it to say, war is the military-industrial complex’s harvest. It would ruin Trump’s presidency, unless he won handily with minimal casualties. It would split the US in two and could even trigger massive civil unrest, not just because of the anti-war, anti-Trump sentiment, but because all the box stores shelves would soon be empty and every neighborhood in America would turn into a perpetual black Friday shopping riot.

    • Vomito Blanco on March 16, 2017 at 9:55 am

      I wonder if we are re-visiting the 20th Century where the anglo-sphere with its reconstituted Commonwealth is once again pitted against the IG Farben German-isphere with the USA as one of its primary battle grounds. I can’t say I’m entirely opposed to this rivalry as it makes the world that much more interesting. Throw in Russia, China and the Antarticans as being up for grabs in this power play and I think the game is on.

      • Vomito Blanco on March 16, 2017 at 10:00 am

        Not that I think this is in the realm of possibility but I wonder if the Commonwealth without the USA involved could beat China in a war. Will we see the Commonwealth and IG Farben at war with each other soon? Is DC and the EU their current battleground? What side will Russia and Antartica land on?

        • Kahlypso on March 17, 2017 at 8:09 am

          Because Antarctica is a soveriegn country now? I thought that it was Lemuria on Ice.. 🙂

          • Vomito Blanco on March 18, 2017 at 6:13 am

            It’s t he land of the elves since they left Middle Earth. They put a spell on the continent to keep it hidden by ice.

  10. basta on March 16, 2017 at 6:01 am

    I think it’s a good deduction that the Aussies want to meet someplace secure from the bugs of the three-letter boys, on home turf that they can control. So that means they don’t want their Five Eyes “partners” to know what they’re discussing. So that means they’re plotting something the Empire and its flying monkeys will not particularly like.

    I think that’s about all you can reasonably deduce from logic. As for Antarctica being the subject, well, if one’s idee fixe is disclosure, then you’d say it was because of the UFO question; or if one was into Niburu or impending pole shifts, then it would be to prepare for apocalypse… So no, I don’t think Antarctica has got the Aussies in a tizzy particularly.

    • Kahlypso on March 16, 2017 at 10:12 am

      I thought it was the Wicked Witch of the West who had flying Monkeys..
      Ah.. Ah ok. I saw what you did there.. Nice.

      Hillary Wicked Witch.. (probably in the literal sense….) Rodham Clinton.

    • Russell Close on March 18, 2017 at 12:59 am

      Sorry I accidentally reported you I just meant to respond but i hit the wrong button…sorry, and i hope it gets cleared up…Why I wanted to respond is because you neglect to take into account the traditional relationship Australia has had in trade and diplomacy with China there have been many times when the US and others have asked Australia to negotiate for them with China……Remember, Australia has to tread a fine wire balancing act just to get on with everyone, just because of it’s location and it’s trade partners, of which China is the biggest.

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