Ok, after speculations on quiet "warfare" taking place between the USA and Germany, and weird correlations with the Churchill-Lord Halifax moment of history, Version 2.0, it's time to get down to high octane speculation and weirdness once again. Last Thursday on the News and Views from the Nefarium, I reviewed Thierry Meyssan's excellent analysis of the recent Bilderberg meeting in Chantilly, Virginia, a meeting which by his accounts was the first in its long post-war history to exhibit genuinely deep divergences of analysis of the world situation, and what to do about it. To greatly oversimplify Mr. Meyssan's analysis, he thinks two basic factions were arguing it out at Chantilly: a pro-Islamic terrorism faction, and an anti-Islamic terrorism faction. The "pro" faction, representing a significant portion of the British Deep State, wants to continue the western policy of covert support of radical jihadist groups as a means of installing terrorist puppet governments in the region, and continuing, from behind the scenes, the western domination of the region and its resources, nevermind the consequences of such forms of Islam on the many people who have to live under such regimes. The "anti" faction, conversely, wants to end that policy, and sponsor measures to reform the ideology, and hence the region and its stability, and bring it into more genuine "partnership" relations.

The catch here - again radically oversimplifying Mr. Meyssan's analysis and argument - is that Mr. Trump's visit to Saudi Arabia and the arms deal he made with it, comes at a price: Saudi Arabia had to drop its sponsorship of radical terrorist groups. Now, there is something to be said about that possibility, as this short article suggests:

One orb to rule them all': image of Donald Trump and glowing globe perplexes internet

Note this statement:

Trump, King Salman bin Abdulaziz and Abdel Fatah al-Sisi were pictured standing with their hands on the miniature globe at the opening event for the new Global Centre for Combating Extremist Ideology on Sunday.

O.K. Suppose, for a moment, that the (out)house of Saud is ruled by genuine, thinking people who are tired of living in the Middle Ages when they're at home, and having to sneak off to the West in their private jets to have a drink in a bar or sneak a bacon, lettuce, and tomato sandwich. As such, you'd realize (1) We've inherited a genuine mess from our backward forebears, and (2) we've got to do something about it, and that means (3) somehow we have to reform and move away from "Extremist Ideology" which we're exporting all over the place in our financially-sponsored and supported mosques. So, we show our seriousness by building a "Global Centre for Combating Extremist Ideology".

On that "Meyssan-esque" reading, it makes sense, and I wait with baited breath and hopeful patience for the first Church to be open in Riyadh and built with Saudi money, as a sign of the Openness and Tolerance to Come.

But I cannot help but wonder if our friends at the Guardian in the U.K. might have, through their clumsy diction, have inadvertently given us the clue as to the real target of the (out)House of Saud when they called it "The Global Centre for Combatting Extremist Ideology on Sunday," the extremist ideology in question being that practiced on Sundays by billions of Christians.

In any case, I am, of course, deeply skeptical of any Saudi claims to be combating "extremism" until I see absolute and certain proof; and thus far, that's not forthcoming. If it happens, I'm expecting it to be more along the lines of the Nazis telling the Croatian Ustashe to tone down the atrocities because they're too much even for Nazis. But hey, it's a move in the right direction, right?

However, believe it or not, all the foregoing is just tangential to today's high octane speculation, because the title of the Guardian article is highlighting a very odd feature of Mr. Trump's visit to the outhouse (of Saud, I mean), for the thing that has been buzzing on the internet is that weird, glowing globe that the Egyptian president, Mr. Trump, and King Salman (who has a very puzzled look on his face for some reason), are holding.

The Guardian apparently didn't notice, nor am I aware that anyone else has noticed, just how strange that supposed glowing globe really is. If one looks at the top image in the article, one see the various continents of the world all in their appointed positions. But when one looks at the bottom picture, one has to look closely. What appears, at first glance, to be North America, has been shunted up to the North Pole; South America is completely missing (given it's the Saudis behind this, it's not hard to figure out why); and Australia has been moved over to where South America should be, but isn't.

At least, that's the way it looked to me the first time I saw this image.

But then I had to look even closer, and when I did, it became even more bizarre, for what looks like a wildly mis-positioned North America also looks somewhat like Antarctica, which has been flipped (through 180 degrees) and then moved to the North Pole, with Australia, once again, even lower in latitude than it really is.

It's probably nothing of course; maybe the little continent cut-outs were moved in the course of so many people touching the flowing globe during the course of the photo-op. I don't know. But, on the other hand, in a world where symbols are important message-conveyors (recall the recently-elected Vice Chancellor of France, Emmanuel Macron, giving his inaugural at the Louvre, in front of the pyramid) one has to wonder if, by some slim thread of "perhaps," the same thing is going on here.

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. charlesfrith on June 13, 2017 at 2:45 pm

    I had the feeling it was Trump saying I’ve formed my own occult secret society to take on the Illuminati etc. http://charlesfrith.blogspot.co.uk/2016/03/newt-gingrich-establishment-scared-of.html

  2. LSM on June 13, 2017 at 8:17 am

    if my read sources are correct the house of Saud is Jewish, not Moslem; I tend to believe this is true because it is the one Arab country with which the State of Israel seems to have the least problems…

    the MOSSAD is notorious for staging terror and subsequently blaming it on Arabs (or any other faction that is convenient for them at the time);

    I tend to think that Saudi Arabia is behind many terrorist attacks simply because it is an arm of the MOSSAD-

    be well all-

    Larry in Germany

  3. anakephalaiosis on June 12, 2017 at 5:44 pm

    Game of “football”. lol

  4. Robert Barricklow on June 12, 2017 at 11:53 am

    Throw CERN into the mix and?

    • Robert Barricklow on June 12, 2017 at 4:22 pm

      Max Keiser’s take in latest video is that the U.S. is throwing allies under the bus for power/profit…


      • Don B on June 13, 2017 at 9:20 am

        Good! Actually they aren’t allies. db

  5. basta on June 12, 2017 at 11:35 am

    Hillary had her reset button, Trump has his Saudi orb. Silly in the extreme and oh-so cringe-worthy, and of course it could have been foreseen by anyone that this would be the butt of endless jokes, but yet >they went ahead and did it anyway. <

    I always wonder who would ever come up with such things, and how on earth (no pun intended) do they make it all the way to realization, and even manage to have three world leaders make fools of themselves at the culmination. Life's small imponderables.

    Better than even odds the contractor who put this embarrassment together was a CIA, MI5 or Mossad front company.

  6. marcos toledo on June 12, 2017 at 10:51 am

    Does anyone remember or has looked at the Charlie Chaplin film The Great Dictator. This look like a scene from a Hammer horror film or a illuminati spoof photo shot from Skull and Bones frat meeting after one of their beer binge orgies.

  7. chimera on June 12, 2017 at 9:59 am

    The article was poorly written. The photograph was taken on SUNDAY, May 21, 2017. Trump was greeted in Riyadh with all that pomp and circumstance for a reason. First, if you think that the media (ANY of them) have reported honestly on the ME, you all are very much mistaken. SA has been portrayed as a demon backing terrorists. They may have done that it the past, but it was at the BEHEST of the US. The new Saudi King and a couple of his sons are TIRED of all the fighting and slavery and the ME being on the bottom of the totem pole. They are making changes. Their Vision 2030 Plan is going to take them off of the financial dependence on oil. EACH of the Middle East countries have a Vision 2030 plan (except for Turkey, Qatar and Iran).


    Saudia Arabia has not ended guardianship of women, but they have made it illegal to enforce those laws. Whoa!!


    More changes:




    Do a search for these types of headlines for the majority muslim countries. Saudia Arabia (the country which holds the 2 most holy muslim sites) is leading the way to reformation of Islam. It will take a while to change thousands of years of thinking. But these countries are SERIOUS. They are tired of getting left behind and realize that the world is moving away from fossil fuels and they dang well better have a plan and get with the program if they want their countries and people to survive. And they do!

    Trump is the first president to say “How can we help” instead of “Here is what we want you to do.” The Gulf Cooperation Council is eradicating ISIS (and other terrorist organizations) from the ME. Trump is the first president EVER to be invited to speak at the Arab and Muslim Summit. UNBELIEVABLE!!

    There are absolutely two factions of people in this world.

    1) Slavers and their minions and, 2) Those who hate slavery and back them. Trump is in the second camp.

    You know which side of the battle the Media is on. You will never see anything reported positively about countries in the ME that are FIGHTING and ERADICATING the terrorists. Check out this blog (and it is a year old) so just think what has been accomplished in the last year.


    Then at the bottom of each of the posted blogs, click on the next one, and so on.

    These people are using amazing technology to take the fight to the terrorists. They terrorists are LOSING.

    The 70+ years way of dealing with the world is OVER. A new course is chartered. It will be extremely tough and there will be times when things do not go according to plan. There will be financial issues, etc. Trump is looking at ALL options. He even thought about returning the U.S. to the gold standard. “We used to have a very, very solid country because it was based on a gold standard,” he told an audience in New Hampshire. “It would be very, very hard to do at this point and one of the problems is we do not have the gold — other places have the gold.”

    One of Trump’s people (during the early part of the campaign) contacted Bill Still of Money Masters fame. They asked Bill how Sovereign Money would work in replacing Federal Reserve Money. Bill said to do it domestically. Here is just one example of Trump’s thought processes. He wants to build infrastructure right? His proposal was: The US should issue Sovereign Dollars to pay for the infrastructure. It has no interest attached to it and the infrastructure would pay for itself in the long run with taxing that infrastructure and the GDP increase that would come from HAVING the best infrastructure possible. The bankers and other government officials went crazy and said, “you cannot do that”. Huh, Bill Still thinks he can. So we will see.

    “They’re corporatist, globalist media that are adamantly opposed to an economic nationalist agenda like Donald Trump has. If you think they’re going to give you your country back without a fight, you’re sadly mistaken. Every day is going to be a fight.” Steve Bannon

    • Don B on June 13, 2017 at 9:25 am

      One of the best analysis I’ve heard in sometime. It will be very bloody this summer and not just in the streets but in dc (den of criminals) with both parties exposed for their wickedness and there is chance it will be kicked off by impeachment proceedings against Trump. Wild days are coming. db

  8. OrigensChild on June 12, 2017 at 9:35 am

    Well, color me weird. This IS a strange one… Not sure what to think about it. My mind conjures several possibilities, but on this one I’ll pass.

  9. Vomito Blanco on June 12, 2017 at 8:52 am

    Perhaps the real task of the Hadron collider is to rotate the planet in such a way that we have new poles. The chief reason in my estimation would be to thaw Antarctica and restore this continent to its’ ancient prominence and make it the headquarters of the new world government. It is hard to say what direction they will tweak the planet but considering what a thorn in the side Russia is to the globalists’ plans, I would wager Moscow will be directly under the new North Pole. This might explain why Russia is preparing for an ice age while the rest of the world is anticipating global warming. For the United States, things will get warmer as it will now reside at the equator. So maybe the global warming zealots in the US are not being disingenuous. Maybe that is also why they are preparing the United States for Islam as it is historically a desert religion.

    It might also explain why this Saudi monarch has a big grin on his face while he is caressing the orb because he knows Saudi Arabia will soon be latitudinally where Europe is now. Europe will be unlivable except for eskimos but many neo-nazis may flock there and call it Arctic Thule and brag with chattering teeth that this is the true natural environment for caucasian volk. It doesn’t explain why the Saudi monarchs would be financing all these mosques in Europe except possibly these troglodytes have been lead to believe that only the people will be moving when the poles change.

    I guess South America will become the new Antarctic and thousands of years from now future humans, who will be recovering from their tower of babel moment after all of humanity had become muslim cultural marxist progressives on pills and GMO corn, will be poking around under the ice sheet. These future human explorers will probably come across some nazi artifacts where the country of Argentina used to be, and they might even uncover the nazi bell and then want to rotate the planet again so they can thaw the ice sheet and see what other technology from “high antiquity” lies waiting for them.

    • goshawks on June 12, 2017 at 10:01 pm

      To continue your ‘theme’, the Earth is not spherical. It is slightly bulged-out at the equator. Any significant crustal-displacement slip will cause some regions to rise a mile or two, and others to drop a mile or two. The ‘A’ word. (Ironically, this ‘falling’ [however, not ‘rising’] was shown – although never explained ‘why’ – in the mega-disaster flick “2012”.)

      For the PTB, this would be two birds with one stone: Get Antarctica back to the land of the living, and get rid of the pesky 95% that are beginning to realize what has been done to them. (Again, “2012” shows how to make sure you are one of the survivors in this scenario – be airborne or be in giant ‘arks’. Fair notice?)

  10. Freefall on June 12, 2017 at 8:52 am

    Oh my God .. how in your face was THAT …. speechless !!!

  11. WalkingDead on June 12, 2017 at 8:12 am

    As in Harry Potter’s “He who cannot be named”, no one notices the elephant in the room. The patient is dying of cancer and only the symptoms are being treated not the root cause of the problem.
    The choice seems fairly simple: .01% dies and the world gets on with its life as it should or 95% die and the world becomes hell on earth. We have been informed what their intention is and they take our inaction as agreement with that intention. Secrecy and deception are their enablers. Shine a light on them and they scurry like rats into the shadows while crying foul.

    • chimera on June 12, 2017 at 10:02 am

      The Saker.is article? Is utter bullshite.

      • chimera on June 12, 2017 at 10:03 am

        Okay, in case my comment is moderated for language:

        The Saker.is article is utter TRIPE.

    • goshawks on June 12, 2017 at 9:45 pm

      WD, a very good article, carefully laid-out to avoid as much trollage as possible. I read it a few days back, and am glad it is posted for the readership. Thanks.

      • WalkingDead on June 13, 2017 at 1:12 pm

        Apparently the article touched a rather sensitive nerve…

  12. Kahlypso on June 12, 2017 at 7:06 am

    Ahhhh.. false advertising 🙂 I came here expecting to see glowing orbs taking off from the Antarctica..

    I see shoddy workmanship rather than implicitily evil plans within plans…
    I just think that the Eukayshun is doing its job and you are one of the few who noticed good doctor..

  13. DanaThomas on June 12, 2017 at 6:15 am

    Well S. America looks like being where it should, though N. America looks rather like Antarctica. Other pictures available show the Afro-Eurasian side looking fairly normal, but I haven’t found many good ones of the Pacific side, and none of the “bottom”, to see if Antarctica actually is where it should be.
    Anyway, on the level of the most obvious symbolism, these people would like to “hold the world in their hands”, just like those dictators who kept (keep?) huge globes in their pompous nouveau-riche suites as a focus of their dreams (rituals?) of total power.

    • Kahlypso on June 12, 2017 at 7:06 am

      they like to play with big balls Dana.. Over compensating..

      • Phil the Thrill on June 12, 2017 at 9:38 am

        Big balls that glow in the dark, a cheap sensationalist trick; like those glow-in-the-dark Trojans. My wife can find mine in the dark, no cheap tricks involved. As for dislocated continents, well….Charles Hapgood had some interesting things to say about that, and then he stepped in front of a bus. Hmmmmm.

        • goshawks on June 12, 2017 at 9:41 pm

          John Mack, MD, was hit by a ‘drunken’ driver late in the evening while on a crosswalk in London. He also had some interesting things to say. Also hmmm…

          • Phil the Thrill on June 13, 2017 at 8:35 am

            Ya know what, goshawks? Robert E. Howard had some interesting things to say. Besides Conan, Mr. Howard gave us Solomon Kane, El Borak, and Kull the Conqueror. Some of Mr. Howard’s heroes found themselves fighting a race of reptilian hybrids, a race from the time before the oceans drank Atlantis. Yet, we are told that Mr. Howard, a strapping man with a lust for life and a distaste for all authority, offed himself over the loss of his dear mother.
            btw, I’ll be checking out some of “Doc” Smith’s work as the budget permits. Thanks for the rec.

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