Well,you've probably been wondering why I haven't talked about the French elections. Truth be told, it was in part because of out-of-town commitments, and in part because during the election itself, I "smelled a rat", but we'll get back to that.

By now you've probably heard that M. Macron, the young up-and-coming-Rothschild-backed whatever-he-is, has become the President of France. Sitting on the sidelines across the pond over here in the USSA, I felt a keen sense of deja vu... it was like the Darth Hillary-Donald Trump affair all over again: one couldn't muster much enthusiasm for either, but one sensed (or rather, smelled) the distinct odor of corruption hovering over the whole thing. It was Le Pen vs. Macron, that is to say, a French nationalist with ties to a very right-wing, and in my opinion, historically fascist, party, versus stale musty same-old same-old euro-globaloney that people like the Rottenchilds and Rockefailures like to force down everyone's throats. It was rather like watching an election between Robespierre or Danton, and Marshal Petain, being refereed by General Maurice Gamelin. Ms. Le Pen may have put the finest point on it when, during a debate with Mr. Macron, she said that regardless of the outcome of the election, the next president of France would be a woman, either her, or Frau Merkel. By this "Penine" logic, it would appear Frau Merkel won. Watching the whole circus, I couldn't help but think "Where's Talleyrand when you need him?"

Indeed, M. Talleyrand's ghost, at least, may have been hovering over the election. At one point, a friend of mine reported to me (apparently we were both following the returns) that Mr. Macron's lead was 66.06%, a percentage he found to be fishier than a mackerel on a moonlight beach: it both shined, and stunk. The problem, of course, is that Mr. Macron's election, though expected, solves nothing. If anything, it means more of the same, and continued German domination of the European Union, and of France. The can, as they say, has been kicked down the road; German surpluses continue, immigration continues, the French state of emergency continues, and nothing is solved. This, I would aver, is a dangerous state of affairs, and Mr. Macron, like Mr. Trump, in a certain sense is an outsider, though certainly one with the approval of Mr. Eurobaloney and Mr. Globaloney. Better a fake outsider, like Mr. Macron, than a real one, like Ms. Le Pen.

But not all is well, and this is where it gets interesting. One was almost waiting for "the other shoe to drop", since elections in the west these days look more and more like elections in Bolivia.

The shoe, according to articles that many regular readers here shared with me, just dropped (copy and paste into your browser:  ).  There was also this version of the story, also shared by many others (copy and paste: ).

I have to admit, the stories cause some difficulty for the formation of today's "high octane speculation." On the one hand, I do not doubt that there was election fraud in France in favor of Mr. Macron. What I have to question, is why? Most of the data that I saw had him clearly leading Ms. LePen, so why bother to add fraud to the procedure?  It would seem to be a self-defeating project. There are several possibilities here, but the two that stand out to me are a rather obvious one, and one that is not so obvious. The obvious one is that Mr. Macron's support was actually softer than the public numbers showed, and that he had to be helped along a bit. I've suspected the same thing with respect to Darth Hillary in this country, and in particular in her "solid support areas" like Nuttyfornia. Perhaps Mr. Macron was facing similar prospects in the Ile de France and other supposedly "solid support" areas, and hence, according to the first article, torn ballots for LePen were mailed out, while double ballots for Macron were mailed out. The result is predictable: some are saying that he is not the legitimate President of France. And it's that assessment that brings me to my second option in today's high octane speculation grab-bag: the pattern of the last American election has been repeated in its broad outlines in France, with one notable exception: (1) allegations of fraud have been accompanied by (2) media spin(in the US case) or media blackout(in France's case) following by (3) a questioning of the legitimacy of the results in both cases. What remains different, what remains the exception in France's case, when one compares the two, is that in Mr. Macron's case, the "deep-state approved" candidate won. So the question is, why the pattern?

I can only speculate here, but my guess highlights the second option: it may be that we're seeing this pattern because the real goal is to bring constitutional representative republics into doubt and question regardless of whether the "approved" candidate wins or not; already there are calls in the USSA for a constitutional convention, a process I personally think would be a disaster, allowing  Mr. Globaloney to walk off with stolen money and saddle the rest of us with bad debt.

France, of course, has been through several constitutions since the French Revolution, and would be much more easily open to such a process. In other words, it is not because it is Ms. Le Pen making these allegations that I am concerned, it is because of the nature of the allegations themselves, and that we may be looking at a contrived pattern, a new ploy in the playbook, by Mr. Globaloney, that I am concerned.

All that's missing is for the French to blame it on the Russians.

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. Kahlypso on May 22, 2017 at 3:39 pm

    Wind back 3 months ago…..

    They were probably looking for your activation codes lickle MKacron.. But.. you already know that it was the CIA with their 3 year old serbian malware and spyware trojans… and the latest DDoS attack drones..

    PS: Mrs Le Pen went and danced all day as soon as she voted on that Sunday..

  2. RAJM on May 19, 2017 at 1:09 pm

    The facade of western democracy is crumbling fast. When voters have to chose between Trump and Clinton, between Macaroon and LePen its plainly obvious were being set up for radical change.
    Rockerfailure/Rottenschilde vs Sax De Coburg & cousins
    …The East awaits the victor….

  3. DanaThomas on May 18, 2017 at 2:27 am

    Basta is right when he says that Macron was going to be selected when Fillon started to lose steam. Fhe fraud was probably in the first round of voting more than in the second. But that 66.06 percent just a little too good to be true.
    I beg to differ with Dr. Farrell on the left-right paradigm, at least in European terms, agreeing with Irish journalist G. O Colmain that in their programmes, Le Pen is actually more on the “social left”, voicing widespread poverty and employment concerns, while Macron is part of the “big business right”, a rehash of Reagan, Thatcher & C.

  4. Hawkeye Lockhart on May 18, 2017 at 2:00 am

    And then there is/was the issue of M. Macron’s 9Gb email & document cache leaks just days before the election, whereupon the govt. immediately threatened legal action to any media who spread the information. Hmmmm. Nothing to see here? Right.
    The Macron Leaks- What You Must Know #macronleaks
    Published on May 5, 2017
    I break down the potential tax evasion for French Presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron and examine the veracity of the claims made within leaked documents and emails. These look like genuine leaks and numerous journalists and accounting experts with experience in this field have confirmed this. Wikileaks has also stated that the leaks look genuine. Macron’s camp has admitted to being “hacked”.
    Are Emmanuel Macron’s Tax Evasion Documents Real?

  5. Hawkeye Lockhart on May 18, 2017 at 1:38 am

    Yet another case of ‘dirty deeds, done dirt cheap’ to keep the merry pranksters on top of the heap….
    “The multiplication of these deeply anti-democratic acts constitutes a serious attack on the functioning of our republic,” Rachline said.
    The electoral commission said in a statement it had asked the interior ministry to ensure the incidents if true should not impact the outcome of the vote.

  6. iZeta on May 17, 2017 at 10:01 pm

    Has anyone thought of this? Macron married the woman he had an affair with, a married mother of three, who is 25 years older than him, when he was a 15 year old in High School.

    Does this not have dark implications, of the saville type?

    • Hawkeye Lockhart on May 18, 2017 at 1:41 am

      Was reported she ‘coached him’ all the way through the candicacy. Can you say ‘handler’? Sure you can. And whom are the puppeteers that pull her strings? Very dark implications indeed.

    • DanaThomas on May 18, 2017 at 2:16 am

      Former Jesuit School teacher Madame Macron (née Noguès) seems to be related to General Noguès of controversial World War II fame, with shady dealings related to French colonial possessions in North Africa. In other words, a connection with the French “deep State”. A cherry on the Rot sch ild topping?

      • iZeta on May 18, 2017 at 7:42 pm

        Sounds like it Dana.

        Rothschild to
        WrathChild to
        Wrath of Child to
        The Wrath of Children

        Rotten to the core.

  7. Pellevoisin on May 17, 2017 at 9:59 pm

    What I find revealed by the election in France and the one in the States is that both nations are being driven to a breaking point where people not only lack confidence in elections, political parties, candidates, and republican government but also are driven to rise up in militant action, to revolt, to engage in revolution or civil war. The destruction and erasure of the current governmental, economic, and societal structures are the common goal … together with replacing what was with a new, bright, shiny system of control to manage the herds, the livestock, the cattle, the slaves.

  8. Ian RoeBuck on May 17, 2017 at 4:44 pm

    I guess laws are real different in France since he married a woman way over his age his own teacher as a matter of fact who left her husband and children for him, she was dating him when he was 15 or 16 and went to live with him when he was 17, in the States here she would have been convicted of child sexual assault.

    • ORTHO on May 17, 2017 at 5:53 pm

      French people ( including me) wonder; Who voted for “el Macron “? actually EM Macron = Me MONARC.
      It existed slave states, and nation states, France used to be a nation state for 15 centuries. Well, i fear we will be a slave state.

    • iZeta on May 17, 2017 at 10:03 pm

      This is repulsive! And a clear message to those in the dark practices that such activity is now acceptable. I’m stunned.

  9. Kelly Em on May 17, 2017 at 2:36 pm

    I viewed a video of Macron speaking with Obama. In it, Obama said, “Our people are working with your people and we’ll interface as needed” or something close to that. Macron looks to his left at an aide with surprise and panic on his face, like “Ut oh, that just got on tape.”

    There is no doubt that election shaping is going on, to coin an Orwellian phrase. The fact that the lunatics in DC are crowing like trapped dogs about election interference. I wish I could purchase Hubris Futures, because its clearly on an uptrend.

    Long term, this is all going to hurt them big time, when one of the predatory creatures from the other ideology gets enough to act. In the meantime, Europe’s cultural decimation will continue. What I am most worried about is how and if the trends develop to the point that the muslims get the Hitler treatment in Europe; I mean what were they thinking?

    Among other things, it all comes down to a self-destructive colonialization effort of North Africa through a phenomenon of cultural convergence. “We are taking over, but its ok, because we look just like you.” Big Mama Merkel needs her lebensraum and likes desert scenery.

    The level of risk they are taking is breathtaking.

    • Freefall on May 17, 2017 at 4:31 pm

      How did Marcon win the election? … “Macron looks to his” right and smiles to his wife !!

    • ORTHO on May 17, 2017 at 5:57 pm

      Danger ahead, look international driving symbol for danger triangle pointed above.

      Smart people, they do not seems very afraid, sure they will drice the french cart ;o)

    • Vomito Blanco on May 18, 2017 at 8:49 am

      Hubris futures? Good one Kelly Em. Astrologically speaking, things get very gloomy for macron and France in the next couple years. I’m not sure what republic they are on, but I think the next one is right around the corner… and I don’ think it will be an Islamic republic. If the mobs don’t get them, the neo-nazis in the German deep state will with terminator drones and robots.

  10. Robert Barricklow on May 17, 2017 at 1:30 pm

    As commented before
    They fix the sport$ & the [s]elections.
    They fix the monopolized $$$.
    They fix the education, healthcare and markets
    It’s all a Racket
    & the biggest racket is eternal warfare.

    • Robert Barricklow on May 17, 2017 at 1:32 pm

      …and no matter which side you on its
      heads they win
      & tails you loose
      each side of the coin they own
      even the sides they spin on.

      • Cate on May 17, 2017 at 8:47 pm

        Until enough folks realise, for once and for all, that nationalism is one of their only hopes. It doesn’t have to be a holo hoax rerun. It can be done to get back under control. With countries owning their own currency, there is no room for the middleman. The eternal carpet-bagger. The eternal mischief-maker. The dug-in parasite.

        • Vomito Blanco on May 18, 2017 at 8:45 am

          the nomadic cosmopolitan

  11. marcos toledo on May 17, 2017 at 12:43 pm

    Looks like the Masters of the World are about to throw the West under the bus. Macron well is a genuine pod person from Invasion of the Body Snatchers or a Shape Shifting alien from Who Goes There or a Gebish from The Wizard of Earthsea. Take your pick or masters are really burning the midnight oil in their ongoing plans to enslave us.

  12. Robert Barricklow on May 17, 2017 at 10:59 am

    …it was La Penn versus The Deep State globalized apparatus?

    • ORTHO on May 17, 2017 at 5:59 pm

      It was all staged, a two way out funnel.

      • Robert Barricklow on May 18, 2017 at 11:18 am

        Well put!

  13. LSM on May 17, 2017 at 10:01 am

    all elections are rigged (just like results of major betted-on sports events: who wins/who looses)-

    what is staring us blatently in the face (and nobody seems to want to publically address it) is Macron has an Oedipus complex (his wife, according to my French sources, was his German teacher): she’s 25 yrs. older than he is!!!;

    we have a world leader who still hasn’t been yet weaned…

    my French sources in the Alsace told me Marine LePen suddenly became strangely silent in the last week of the campaign (threatened?- my French sources also think so)-

    Merkel breathed a sigh of relief that LePen was not “selected” (what, an even stronger woman than manipulated Merkel is?)-

    the 1st country that Macron (I prefer to call him macaroon) visited was Germany; gosh!-

    I could go on and on on this topic but will digress for now…

    please be well Dr. Farrell and all readers-

    Larry in Germany

    • Phil the Thrill on May 17, 2017 at 11:09 am

      I forget where I read it–Oh, I just remembered, I read it at Thierry Meyssan’s voltairenet website. Monsieur Meyssan put a Freudian spin on it; Macron married his mother, whereas LePen “killed” her father (by re-tooling his political party).

      • ORTHO on May 17, 2017 at 6:01 pm

        And they all plan to make european people disapear.

        A duck, just can not win a rooster to rooster combat

  14. basta on May 17, 2017 at 9:30 am

    There was really no question that Macron would not win once they had taken out Fillon. the election was decided there, not with Le Pen, who will never gain a clear majority in France, a country with an ideological center much farther left than most Americans can fathom.

    France has the oldest Socialist party in Europe, which has reigned for decades (now a depleted, incompetent and anachronistic ruin) and very dedicated Communist/far left parties that consistently poll about 20% of the electorate and which are fused with the extremely powerful unions. So both these constituencies hate, loathe, despise anything truly right wing, and I think it is self-evident that (just like US snowflakes think they are above the law and can commit violence and harassment with impunity) those leftist adherents in the election machinery took it upon themselves to spoil the ballots for Le Pen. I don’t think it was organized in the sense of a conspiracy; I think it was a sign of widespread loathing.

    If anything, the solid wall of media propaganda was more disturbing, and I think in general in the West, that the elites are cultivating the idea that elections are meaningless and inherently rigged, to further alienate voters, reduce participation and make it even easier to push their puppets through the process.

    • goshawks on May 17, 2017 at 6:19 pm

      “…the elites are cultivating the idea that elections are meaningless and inherently rigged, to further alienate voters, reduce participation and make it even easier to push their puppets through the process.”

      Basta, you’ve nailed it. I would take it one step further, in that the elites are also forcing a ‘dividing line’ between true sheeple and those who “Network”-style say, ‘I’m as mad as h@ll, and I’m not going to take this anymore!’ A forced culling-process, as it were. Once you’ve identified the ‘threats’, then…

      (This may even go back to Sumerian choices. People who Obeyed the ‘gods’ and were good sheeple were permitted to enjoy the pleasures of ‘civilization’. People who said ‘I don’t think so’ were banished from that civilization, and lived or died on their wits and gumption. In a certain way, humanity was gradually ‘selected’ into two different sub-species. When, after thousands of years, the ‘gods’ went away or went underground, the two sub-species stared at each other uneasily…)

      • Kahlypso on May 22, 2017 at 3:30 pm

        They died out after losing the fruits of life. Yod Heh Vau Heh ending up replacing them after he appeared to 1 man. Who didnt make it out of the wilderness alive.

  15. Vomito Blanco on May 17, 2017 at 9:21 am

    I’ve generally always have been anti-fascist, partially because I despise bullies and fascists can be bullies, and also because I had always dreamed of being an adult film star and I knew if I joined a local anti-fascist organization here in the US (preferably one funded surreptitiously by George Soros) I could get on the fast track to the adult film industry as these anti-fascist groups also served as recruitment centers for the adult film industry. (Muddle-headed middle class white college kids who are rebelling against their family tradition are easing picking for these recruiters). So I spent some time in one of these anti-fascist organizations waiting for my big break (only to discover there was quite a bit of reverse racism when it came to male roles as they were usually reserved for minorities or you had to be circumcised, unwilling to work on Saturdays and must have spent at least two years in the IDF or working on a kibbutz).

    What I came to the conclusion after observing these fascist anti-fascist cults is that fascism may really be hardwired into caucasian DNA and could very possibly be the battle formation for the collective when under siege and reason and cooperation are no longer an option. This I didn’t learn so much from the leaders of the anti-fascist organizations who were clearly operating under another ideology entirely, one that was more in line with an ancient yahwehistic playbook (that has the word mud in the title) but from the middle class caucasian dupes from the small towns and suburbs of America who joined this organization as crusaders for humanity. Watching them and their fascist tendencies, always encouraged by their fat cat leaders, I determined that it was something in their DNA which was making them act like this. In fact, I was convinced there was a link between fascism and caucasian DNA. MY view towards fascism started to soften as I started to realize it was no different then ants pouring out of their anthill when it is under siege by the formidable aardvark. And as I became more and more aware that my fellow caucasians were and are under siege by something far more dangerous than an aardvark but just as ugly, I decided that perhaps I would start an anti-fascist fascist organization called ANTI-PED (ophelia) to defend the anthill of me and my kinsmen. I will begin recruiting after the solar eclipse.

    • ORTHO on May 17, 2017 at 6:07 pm

      Hi ! Better try anti fascist & anti anti pro fascist to struggle against real fascists (of pure origin). In fact words are of no use in a world of false appearence, false flag, fals butts ( faux – culs in French, old fashion prothesis). Power to the citizen.
      You also can take an injection od Franck CAPRA movie.


    • Kahlypso on May 22, 2017 at 3:33 pm
      Vomitos – we started talking about this – would love to pick up the conversation again.

  16. LGL on May 17, 2017 at 8:57 am

    Regarding this article:

    Looking at the date of May 9th 2017, it seems that the article was reporting on activities affecting ballots for the first round of the election which took place on May 7th.

    Has there been reports of similar activities for the second round on May 14th ?

  17. Lost on May 17, 2017 at 8:53 am

    That Vanguard link is pretty thin on evidence, like exit polling.

    Why would anyone care about upping Hillary’s numbers in her win of California? Trump is widely detested, not just in California, but it’s not like he ever had a chance of winning there.

  18. OrigensChild on May 17, 2017 at 8:12 am

    I apologize to Dr. Farrell for changing the subject for a brief moment on such an excellent article, but this article and Daniel Estulin have a few common threads that are worth mentioning. Its up to each of us to decide how to parse his model based on our own data set.

    Earlier this week Jeff Rense had Daniel Estulin, he of the Bilderberg fame, on his broadcast with an extensive look at the November’s elections. His take? The elections from November, 2016 was between two factions of globalists–a Rockefeller faction and a Rothschild faction. In his opinion the Rothschild faction won. According to his analysis the Trump administration must first figure out how to govern with so many Rockefeller proteges in power in the Deep State and to figure out how to implement a new monetary system that is, at is core, cashless, to replace the current system that expired a few years ago. Behind all of this is a rush to get into space with open markets. His final observation, the lesser of two evils prevailed at the moment–but we’re not out of the woods yet. A few battles have been won (which he believes the Rothschild faction prevailed in all of them) but the war is far from over.

    We’re back to models again. His model does have some explanatory power and reconciles many of the anomalies and peculiarities we noticed in the run-up to November elections. If his model is close to correct it confirms a civil war between as few as three factions in this global mafia–and there may be more. It’s another wrinkle to explore as we survey the cards on the table as played by these vicious bridge players…

    • Robert Barricklow on May 17, 2017 at 1:23 pm

      Heads you win
      Tails you loose

      • Robert Barricklow on May 17, 2017 at 1:25 pm

        Deep State sez to the masses
        Heads I win
        Tails You loose!

  19. sagat1 on May 17, 2017 at 7:20 am

    Anyone else notice that he won with 66.06% of the vote? Coincidence?!?!

    Also, the symbology of his victory speech infront of the allseeing Louvre pyramid which was supposedly constructed using 666 panes of glass…

    • OrigensChild on May 17, 2017 at 8:13 am

      I saw the first but not the latter. Curious that.

    • LSM on May 17, 2017 at 9:38 am

      yes, I noticed this also-

      Larry in Germany

    • Robert Barricklow on May 17, 2017 at 1:28 pm

      From 3 degrees…
      down to .666 degrees of separation?

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