If you've been watching the fallout from the Russo-Japanese Onshen summit last December, some of this news won't surprise you. Consider the following articles shared by Mr. S.D.:

Japan pursues currency swaps with ASEAN members

BusinessTrends Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ Mail April 27, 2017 3:55 am JST Japan banks to test blockchain-based money transfer

Of course, we're told the usual story about why Japan would want to negotiate bi-lateral currency arrangements with other Asian nations: it's all to stop the spread of the Chinese Yuan as a regional (and eventual global) reserve currency. But at the same time it's experimenting with blockchain technology. By now regular readers here know my thoughts on "digital currencies" and the pressure from Mr. Globaloney to move to a cashless system: no digital system is 100% secure, and yes, I suspect that eventually people will figure out a way through quantum encryption as well. These heresies uttered, the bi-lateral currency story should be read, in my opinion, the same way Mr. Abe's rearmament should be read: it's a long term hedge against the increasingly erratic and nutty policies of Empire America, Inc., and thus, while Tokyo is mouthing continued support of Washington, it realizes in the long term that it can no longer count on Washington.

In the process, Japan is remaking the geopolitics of the Western Pacific.

But there was another story that I wanted to include here, and it's the main focus today; the rest is, so to speak, the context in which to read it. This article was shared by Mr J.S., and it's hugely important:

Must he do everything? Putin offers to help clean up Japan's Fukushima

This brings me to my very high octane speculation of the day, for there's an entirely different context for Japanese rearmament. As regular readers here may also know, I have long regarded Japan (and Germany) as being "turn the screw" nuclear and thermonuclear powers, i.e., as nations that could (and probably have) manufacture all the parts for nuclear and thermonuclear weapons and delivery systems, and simply assemble them quickly - turn the screw - in case of an emergency. As regular readers here may also recall, when the Fukushima disaster occurred, there were those in Japan who suspected - correctly in my opinion - that the disaster may not have been merely an act of nature, for it occurred in an interesting political context: a new government had taken power, and that new government was intent on mending relations with China. That new government was also serious about shutting down the American Empire's base on Okinawa, long a sore spot in post-war Japanese-American relations. There was talk of state visits of the Japanese Emperor to Beijing. The then US Secretary of Defense, Mr. Robert Gates, issued a statement about these developments that could only be interpreted as a direct threat to the Japanese government. Then, the earthquake and the tsunami. Many Japanese suspected then that the entire incident was deliberate. I maintain that strong suspicion to this day. In the aftermath of Fukushima, there were also a number of articles that revealed that the Japanese may have been conducting a covert nuclear weapons program. Japanese researchers pointed out the peculiar alignment of the earthquake with political events, and the rise of Mr. Abe's government. Similarly, former assistance secretary of Housing and Urban Development, Catherine Austin Fitts, has pointed out the Indonesian tsunami occurred after a week of inexplicable trades in Indonesian sovereign securities.

In any case, it is in the wake of Fukushima that Mr. Abe has pursued his rearmament plans, setting aside for the first time in postwar history the "percentage cap" on defense spending that was written into the Japanese constitution. This factor has always influenced my thinking that the Fukushima disaster - an ongoing disaster, let us remember - was not merely an act of nature. If anything, it was more like an act of war, with rearmament being Japan's response. This of course is not a reading of the events that most people - and particularly the corporate controlled media - will accept. Nonetheless, it is the reading and understanding I've always used to interpret these events; for me, these events are to be viewed whole: Mr. Gates' threatening remarks to Japan, Fukushima, and Mr. Abe's rearmament. And now, we can add Bi-lateral currency agreements to that list.

Which brings us, at last, to today's high octane speculation about that last article. I want to draw attention to the opening two paragraphs of this rather short, but highly important article:

On Thursday, 27 April, Russian President Vladimir Putin met with Japanese Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe, in Moscow. A myriad of topics were discussed as part of the talks, many of which had to do with increased Japanese investments into Russia and Russia's ability to provide Japan with its energy supplies. "Peaceful atomic energy" featured as a possible solution to Japan's energy needs.
On this basis, Vladimir Putin offered to help clean up the destroyed Fukushima nuclear plant, "with the most modern technology available."
(Bold emphasis added, italicized emphasis in the original)
This raises two prospects to my mind.
Prospect (High Octane Speculation) number 1:
When the Chernobyl nuclear disaster occurred, the Soviet Union was in its last long decline; Mikhail Gorbachev was trying desperately to revitalize the system and to head off an economic collapse. Chernobyl occurred and many Russians heroically and sacrificially gave their lives to prevent the disaster from becoming even worse than it was. But Chernobyl also occurred in another unusual political context, one which I've also found to have the vague hint of the odor of Fukushima about it, for as the Soviet Union was in its death throes, there were a number of large earthquakes just prior to the final dissolution of the Warsaw pact and the reunification of Germany. One of these occurred in earthquake-prone Georgia, home of the then Soviet Foreign Minister Eduard Shevardnadze. At the time I wondered - as some Japanese did after Fukushima - if the Soviet Union had been hit with earthquake weapons.
Assume, for the sake of today's high octane speculation, that it was. If so, then  by talking about Fukushima, then perhaps Japan and Russia are "comparing notes" and "suspicions". If so, then this means they could also be discussing - very secretly of course - the means, techniques, and technologies for identifying the use of such weapons.
Prospect (High Octane Speculation) number 2:
Note the final statement that Mr. Putin is offering to help Japan clean up the Fukushima plant "with the most modern technology available." This implies that the Russians may have developed technologies for nuclear accidents, most likely as a result of the Chernobyl disaster. In this respect, it's worth recalling that Lt. Col. (US Army, Ret) Tom Bearden has long maintained that the Soviets developed an entirely different technology for the treatment of radioactivity. There have been videos of technologies that alter the rates and degree of radioactive decay (yes, even on ABC's Good Morning America, years ago). The point here is that Russia may have some technological advantage that is not entirely public record.
And in the context of a North Korean problem, they're offering to share it with Japan, and to help clean up Fukushima.
And if all this high octane speculation is true - and it's a mighty big "if" - then there was just another quiet geopolitical earthquake in the Western Pacific.
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. ORTHO on May 16, 2017 at 1:44 am

    As a once specialist on computer science, i a surprised.

    Well, on my time quantum computer were a dream, but we already knew that the process does not permit to have a copy to save in a file. It could work, but it will not allow a copy of the process. For a client, there will be no proof of depot nor proof of the transaction, by the quantum computer.

    Now, to blockchain, what a technology ! Keeping records of money allocation, function of time, area, person, etc…

    Sorry, i use to think these are Banker’s dreams.

    Credit card is dead from the begining, but it is still there, the money banker loose is paid by insurances. Socializing debts, privatizing benefits, very soon you learn to climb on trees and threw coconuts or stones.



  2. Robert Pinckney on May 3, 2017 at 12:06 pm

    The folks over at Veterans Today claim that a nuke leaves a very different seismographic printout than an earthquake. They brought it up in the context of the Washington DC “earthquake” that damaged the Washington monument and the National cathedral a few years back. And indeed the printouts they showed comparing a nuke to an earthquake were quite different. If a nuke, the initial explosion will taper off quickly and then flatline. An earthquake takes a while to settle down after the initial seismic movement. Velly intelesting. It would be worth another look at the Indonesian earthquake and Fukushima to determine if a nuke was involved.

  3. RedEmperor on May 3, 2017 at 11:13 am

    It’s called the Covert Samson Option. Fukushima was no accident and was executed by Israel using a tsunami bomb originally developed by the US and tested in New Zealand under “Project Seal”

    Here are some of the details

    Or you can Google Fukushima Israel

  4. goshawks on May 2, 2017 at 9:25 pm

    I read-through JS’s report on Fukushima a few times, with my aerospace engineer ‘hat’ on. After due mulling-around, I believe he was/is right-on. All should read it, and make up their own minds. (, upper righthand corner)

    With the above in mind, consider that many Japanese bigwigs and scientists/engineers have read JS’s report, too. Now, imagine their emotions. In my humble opinion, THAT is at the core of recent Sino moves – including the Russian rapprochement. Hidden rage…

    (I have great wonder that they have not traced-back the chain-of-command who initiated that terror and responded appropriately…)

    • Phil the Thrill on May 3, 2017 at 1:34 am

      His HAARP report is pretty intriguing, too: he posits that “cell towers” are actually transmitters used to zap the atmosphere after chemtrails have prepped it. Voila, California drought or Hurricane Sandy.
      But, JS has gotta stop bashing the pot. He needs to remember– it is not a drug, it is a naturally occurring plant, whose healing cannabinoids are a perfect fit for the cannabinoid receptors that humans, unique among all mammals, have in their bodies.

      • goshawks on May 3, 2017 at 9:08 pm

        Yeah, JS’s way-overpowered “cell towers” report was one of the scariest stories to come out of his site, just because of the possibilities ‘hidden in plain sight’. I follow his site because he NOTICES things…

  5. Robert Barricklow on May 2, 2017 at 7:20 pm

    I too suspected Chernobyl. It does look like each contain a similar hegemonic footprint[USA/Israel?].
    The USA is getting very paranoid about those daring to challenge its absolute rule. Unfortunately, many like Paul Craig Roberts thinks the unthinkable nuclear preemptive attack on several fronts by the US is imminent
    The China Silk Road is being realized on a day by day basis. A High-Speed rail was just completed between Beijing & England. China is making inroads across the globe; including major inroads to Mexico. With Russia and other their Shanghai Cooperation Organization[SCO] is adding some new surprising members. The USA’s trading rep, diplomatic rep, and u-name-it, are dead last[with their buddy Israel].
    No doubt Russia, China, and others are reaching into their bag of political/economic/technological of tricks and pulling out the stops under the cover of implied stealth.
    This is a reaction to a bully whose got to be stopped before its to damn late.
    If only those oligarchs with any common sense left would gain control of the ship of state and steer into common peaceful harbor for all of humanity.

    • Robert Barricklow on May 2, 2017 at 7:26 pm

      Check today’s video post at Apr 26 New & Views:
      an example of where this hell-bound madness is heading…

  6. marcos toledo on May 2, 2017 at 11:45 am

    Well Japan neighbors have been around for a very long time. And lets face it who would you strike a bargain with someone who has been around a long time. Who you know or some Johnny come lately who’s reliability at best is questionable. Who’s probable to be a psychopath to boot.

    • marcos toledo on May 2, 2017 at 2:35 pm

      By the way, there is a article on The Daily Galaxy website about extinct technological societies in the solar system. Just wondering how this story escaped the ancient aliens-Atlantis cover up police.

  7. OrigensChild on May 2, 2017 at 10:26 am

    Japan does appear to be moving in carefully considered and deliberately measured steps away from U.S. influence toward the Asiatic Pacific. The kernel of the story with Putin and Fukushima is the real possibility of a technological transfer between Japan and Russia in off the book technologies and weapon systems. The timing suggests they might also be somewhat nervous that the Deep State here is pushing now for a war against NK–which may be designed, in part, to tighten their grip on Japan and slow down this geopolitical mixed martial arts tournament. Let’s face it, Putin and Abe are better fighters and understand the game of leverage very well. With them comparing notes and sharing technologies our Deep State may be left with little choice but to abandon empire and begin acting responsibly. An alliance between Russia, China and Japan would be a formidable platform indeed.

  8. Vomito Blanco on May 2, 2017 at 8:34 am

    Perhaps Chernobyl was a promis software related act of sabotage? I always suspected that the US has Japan over a barrel since Fukishima in that we are secretly supplying them with some version of the radiation treatment technology which has really put the Japanese at our mercy and something we can quickly deny them, if they get out of line. I also believe the Japanese were working on something much bigger than nuclear weapons— probably a giant force field to protect the island. (and no I am not being facetious).

    • Kahlypso on May 2, 2017 at 9:06 am

      I looked into This quickly.. Japan has something like 30 tons of weapon grade ready to go and something like 300 tons being stockpiled in Europe… Lets see if they do a Germany’s Gold run and get it all back in the basement. Oh and I confirm. Forcefields exist and work. Im waiting for light sabres to come out..

    • Vomito Blanco on May 2, 2017 at 9:07 am

      A little off topic but I was watching a documentary on Kim Jong-un and I got that same feeling Apollo Creed’s trainer got when he was watching Rocky Balboa punching the hanging beef in the meat locker— Kim Jong-un means business. Despite all the propaganda and the fact that he looks like he could be a bouncer in a lesbian bar, Kim Jong-un is probably no dummy as evidenced by the fact they he leap frogged his two older brothers into the leadership position in this Confucian-based society that strictly adheres to primogeniture. I think he may be a very serious, sharp guy with a plan and who wants to marshal his tiny nation into being at least Sparta if not a version of the Asian Third Reich, including the use of unorthodox physics and finance to do so. (And this I suspect may be why he must be stopped. Looks like his scientists might be dabbling where they shouldn’t be).

      I think it was his father, Kim Jong-il, who was the deadbeat playboy and Kim Jon-un is the reaction to that and he seems pretty disciplined despite the propaganda. He is compared to his grandfather in appearance, speech and vision and most people don’t remember this but back in the sixties, North Korea was considered an economic miracle that had a higher standard of living than South Korea which was attributed to the wise leadership of Kim Il-sung. I’m not saying he might not be megalomaniacal or ruthless, nor do i dismiss the madness of the leadership cult built around him (similar to Hitler’s and Obama’s), but I don’t think he is a dope either. I just wish he would get a good, charming PR man like a Lavrov or a Goebbels who could point out the boundless western empire hypocrisy.. like when the US accuses North Korea of murdering its own people, a good North Korean PR man could bring up 9/11 and that state sponsored massacre.

      • Vomito Blanco on May 2, 2017 at 9:11 am

        Of course the cynic in me tells me Kim Jong-un got turned by the CIA when he was living in Switzerland and he is just another CIA puppet like so many other leaders across the globe like Saddam, Merkel, the president of Mexico, and now Trump to name a few. Now Kim Jon-un’s job is to act like a crazy man to keep Asia divided and the US military in the region.

        • zendogbreath on May 2, 2017 at 11:24 pm

          a few times now, presidents have played the brinksmanship game with nk with lots o saber rattling, up to the point where old grain subsidies are renewed and the ussa ships huge quantities to nk (where the children are a foot shorter than the south’s kids for lack o calories) until the next time a ussa pres needs some stage craft to wag their dog. i remember w did it. ironic that a reality tv host is doing a more convincing job of it than w did. if memory serves obama’s episode was calmer and clinton played this gambit too.

          • zendogbreath on May 2, 2017 at 11:26 pm

            btw all the ploy takes is cutting off their donated shipments for a bit until the dick tater squaks a bit. turn up heat, bring to simmer and once enough amuricns are convince remove from stove and let it coast another 8 years. oh yeh, and let those adm and cargill ships enter the harbors.

  9. Kahlypso on May 2, 2017 at 8:05 am

    Wow Doc.. Whenever I think that I have it all figured out.. I click on Giza Death Star and get sent into the Ionosphere.. yet again..

    I’d say.. that the Russians have figured out a lot of science based on ether and non relativity physics.. I’m as dumb as they come.. but I’m sure that time isnt a direction.. we can travel in a direction because we’re travelling though time.. anyway I’m bifurcating..

    Modern technology. . . https://geopolitics.co/2016/07/14/russian-scientists-announce-historic-discovery-rendering-the-entire-system-obsolete/
    Ok.. get past the Rothechilde Bashing.. (which I like to do myself.. no problems with what they’ve written..) but get down to :

    “Vladislav Karabanov : The essence of this discovery and the technology boils down to the development of an industrial method for the transformation of chemical elements into other elements and their isotopes.”

    You wrote about this last year Dr Farrel.. I remember thinking then. But why dont they use this for Chernobyl … Artemisia vulgaris (Wormwood anyone??)
    Question for our chemist friends on this website…. what’s the practical use of Chernobylite?

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