Fallout (and I mean that literally) from the BREXIT: a common nuclear deterrent for the European Union?

Fearing U.S. Withdrawal, Europe Considers Its Own Nuclear Deterrent


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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. Vomito Blanco on March 10, 2017 at 10:41 am

    It could be a failsafe to ensure that one batch of satanic pedophiles always has access to nukes in case another batch gets routed out. The pedophile cult might be worried that they could loose control of the US’s nuclear arsenal soon and want to ensure that they always have their fingers on the launch codes somewhere else in case they need to threaten a doomsday scenario against their opponents.

  2. marcos toledo on March 10, 2017 at 12:44 am

    A nuclear armed EU Earth worst nightmare these these tribal savages should be the last who should have access to these weapons.

  3. Robert Barricklow on March 9, 2017 at 6:34 pm

    They won’t let and democracy or sovereign wannabe get in their way of European total control. Blackmail, pedophile, murder, mass murder, assassinations, suicideds, you name it-the bag the of tricks-they won’t accept defeat. Nuclear is an option of many others

  4. Neru on March 9, 2017 at 5:09 pm

    Eurocrats can’t be trusted with a hydrogen bomb. Those people are so far gone they might actually detonate one!

  5. Milton Zentmyer on March 9, 2017 at 5:06 pm

    Dr Farrell and GDS members: does anyone else find another disturbing element to nuclear capabilities eventually morphing into the hands of radical Islam by way of cultural Jihad in the next 20 years or so? Can anyone think of a worse cult of conquest and death than that of Islam in control of these weapons? The EU and Germany in particular seem to be on this death march into the future regarding Islam and it’s 7th century populations…..have they lost their collective minds?

    • iZeta on March 9, 2017 at 6:10 pm

      you bet! especially if Soros continues taking his longevity pills to see his madness come true. Didn’t the new nazis say that they wanted to ultimately break up Europe and the easiest way was to distabilise it through a diaspora, and if that didn’t work they would bring about WWIII? It seems to me that the islamic infestation of Europe PLUS Europe becoming a nuclear power is not a good mix.

    • goshawks on March 9, 2017 at 10:06 pm

      I recommend re-reading Frank Herbert’s “Dune” with attention to the use of ‘family atomics’ for conquest…

  6. goshawks on March 9, 2017 at 4:09 pm

    1st thought: Does France hand-count its ballots, or does it use some version of electronic-voting machine? This would determine whether Ms. le Pen really has a chance of winning. (For that matter, what do the rest of the major European powers use?)

    2nd thought: I can’t remember exactly where I read it, but Germany was a major sub-contractor for much of the French warhead-making program. In other words, much of the ‘sophisticated’ bomb-enabling technology may already exist in Germany.

    3rd thought: I suspect that a major part of this ‘movement’ is not part of anti-NATO or anti-Trump fervor, but the reaction to UK not being a substantial part of the European deterrence force. Brexit may result in the Brits becoming insular, and not launching on the dreaded Ruskies at first contact. This leaves the eastern side of Europe where? Hence, a form of WWI ‘trigger’ where it’s all or nothing…

    Final thought: This EU program would convert France from being a “we’ll get them if we have enough extra warheads” priority for Russia, to a “get them first, before they can launch” priority. I’m not sure that the average French citizen would welcome this change in status…

    • Kahlypso on March 9, 2017 at 4:51 pm

      HI Goshawks, France uses a paper ballot system. You get a bunch of leaflets, one with each candidate, that you put in an envelope (in a box cabinet for privacy) you throw away the unused ones and post the envelope in a clear plastic box, signing the register with photo id, france has id cards. Being english I dont vote. 🙂 However with Brexit coming up I need to think about getting papers again… that didnt used to be a problem. Going to be a big problem if Mme Le Pen is voted in.. Yeh.. Or maybe not.. who knows.

      • goshawks on March 9, 2017 at 10:02 pm

        Kahlypso, thanks for the ‘complete’ response. It sounds like the French are less gullible/controlled than Amerikuns.

        Good luck with the Brexit shenanigans. It will be interesting to see if the (top-dawg) PTB really want UK separate from EU (and will thus ‘mandate’ a gentle treatment from EU), or whether UK will be hung out to dry as an example to the rest of EU. Interesting times…

  7. basta on March 9, 2017 at 1:56 pm

    Considering France already has its own Force de frappe, I guess this just leaves…. who? Of course! Luxembourg wants nukes!

    Seriously though, Germany should be on suicide watch, and I wouldn’t give the country sharp objects, let alone nukes.

    As for the caviar gauche clown show in Brussels, well, would you even trust them with your credit cards, let alone a hydrogen bomb?

    • basta on March 9, 2017 at 2:39 pm

      Oh and I highly doubt that Poland, Hungary or even the Netherlands would be at all comfortable with a German bomb, and they’d probably run screaming from the room (or the EU) instead. Poland in particular would cut any deal possible with the US/NATO rather than seeing Germany with nukes.

  8. LGL on March 9, 2017 at 1:03 pm

    Another Post for convenience of location:

    Link from wikileaks:

    “As part of the release, the organization posted to Twitter a password for “Vault 7” that read as follows: “SplinterItIntoAThousandPiecesAndScatterItIntoTheWinds.”

    That password was a subset of words spoken by President John F. Kennedy 54 years ago, only a month before he was assassinated:

    “I will splinter the CIA into a thousand pieces and scatter it into the wind,” were his exact words, according to a Kennedy administration official who spoke with The New York Times for a report published three years after JFK’s death.

    Speaking in a History Channel program several years ago, Samuel Halpern, author of “The Assassination of JFK,” claimed that the threat stemmed from Kennedy’s frustration with the CIA, which he believed was becoming a “state within a state.”

    • basta on March 9, 2017 at 2:15 pm

      Yes I thought that was quite amazing when Wikileaks released the key, and wondered why no one had reported on the underlying meaning re: JFK.

      But you can be sure it certainly did not go unnoticed at Langley, and lots of other places as well. Seems the CIA is in a covert war that just went hot and lots of players are lined up to try and take it down — if not entirely, then at least a few notches.

      • Kahlypso on March 9, 2017 at 5:14 pm

        It has no place in a democracy. Its a horrible club of privilege and morel less social elite, so … no limits imposed as children, getting their hands on the dirty bedroom secrets of the people they were supposed to be protecting.
        Maybe they inherited problems that they got from the FBI and they saw how effective bedroom blackmailing worked thanks to J Edgar Hoovy, who saw how well it worked on him.. No such thing as the Mafia eh?
        I’d liken the CIA to the Gestapo.. but at least the Gestapo were working to AN ethical code. Brutal racism and genocide, certainly.. but at least its AN ethical code.
        When you see them dippling into telepathy as a real thing, to remote view people and places. And then you hear about mind control programs.. and people turning into killers because their phone app told them to do it..

        (seriously…..If I suddenly start hearing my cat telling me to kill someone, I’m going to start asking him what does cat litter taste like.. Does he like it? How can he sleep for so long.. during the day.
        Just because he says go kill some dude over there doesnt mean I’m suddenly going to do it… Where did the ‘I decide’ go…? Is that telepathy?)

        Would make the Ultimate Hidden Killer… Like some turkish police officer suddenly killing russians in museums or art gallerys.

        Maybe.. The High Octane Speculation(tm Dr F) wasnt going high enough. .Maybe these CIA people have been going interdimensional to find new finds to kill at distance and find a way to control you.
        Even the guy who made them said he regretted it.

        The first error was Yale. THey shouldnt have enlisted from Yale.

        Break it up into a ten to the power of. Then, put them all in prison. Even if we don’t know why they are in jail, they’ll know.

        • iZeta on March 9, 2017 at 7:00 pm

          Awesome comment Kahlypso! But let us not forget that every country has it’s own secret intelligence agency and one country will never get rid of its own agency if the other country has one. What we (humanity) need is a moral compass. We had it, and it came by way of the teachings of Christ, but we threw it away.

          Now we’re hearing that these secret services are dabbling with unseen forces that seem very keen to see humanity fail, and since humanity has been slowly indoctrinated to turn away from high spiritual teachings, humanity is unable to differentiate a good act from a bad one.

          I don’t think the first error was Yale. I think the first error was Medici resurrecting the Hermetica .

          • Kahlypso on March 10, 2017 at 5:19 am

            @iZeta. Jesus didnt teach anything, we dont even know he existed. It seems his name was warped from Io Zeus, to bring the pagan greeks into the fold, as Shamash… or Invictus if you want.. was used as an advertisement image for Byzantine paintings with golden auras round everyone’s head… The catholic church systematically destroyed pagan religious sites to build their own temple on top and lets not even start on the Virgin Mary hijacking Isis..
            Quetzecoatl however… Plenty of ‘eyewitness accounts’ and his teachings seem very Jesus-esque. (except from when he starts raining down death and molten destruction from above, when some village wanted to egorge him…… With actual success in changing and maintaining social order.. Even the Spaniards were amazed at the lack of cupidity and crime in the Aztec society as they wzere hacking them to pieces and stealing their gold and destroying their cultural heritage in the name of god..

        • goshawks on March 9, 2017 at 10:33 pm

          Kahlypso, I suspect that the various Psi programs have a far-higher classification rating than the Manhattan Project did. They are the keys to the kingdom, so to speak. Their only limitation is that they can only be used ‘sparingly’ for public use without someone convincingly connecting-the-dots.

          What I am curious about is whether being a Psi ‘agent’ is massively hazardous to your health. There is the case of the Star Gate program’s possibly-best Remote Viewer, Pat Price, dying of a sudden heart attack. Was he ‘sniped’ from the other side? Soviet tests during that period used rabbits in a submarine as test objects. Reportedly, their Psi agents succeeded in stopping rabbit hearts while the sub was submerged. (And that only includes Human ‘sniping’…)

          Darwinian biologists often build a case around why a particular trait is reinforced or selected-out. I could make a case that Psi talents are in the ‘selected-out’ category. They are the big wild-card. They would be hunted-down by anyone knowledgeable of their abilities. No kids, no passed-on genetic predisposition. Kind of sounds like all the killings of ‘wise women’/soothsayers/witches/druids/etc over the centuries, doesn’t it?

          (I hate to go B5 on you, but there was a clear reference to the Shadow side going after native Narn psychics – to the point where that strain of DNA literally vanished from their species…)

          • Kahlypso on March 10, 2017 at 5:05 am

            Oh definately – its up there with time travel and anti gravity..and aliens (the real ones)
            What better way of maintaining complete control than telepathy.. thanks for the name of Pat Price. didnt know about him..
            All this ‘telepathy is actually a thing apparently..’ puts Dr Griers disclosure projet ina different light… Ive seen videos of him orghanising ‘contact sessions’ where hes showing people trying to connect telepathically with aliens… eep..

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