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Italy Openly Discussing Euro Exit

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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 July 7, 2017 at 5:52 pm

    Whenever I go to Italy and visit the cathedrals, I can only doff my hat to these amazing people and admire how they turned that wretched semitic religion that was foisted on them 2000 years ago and turned it into something so sublime. Perhaps they can do the same for that other contemptible semitic religion that is washing up on their shores currently and now being rammed down their throats like a poison.

  2. DanaThomas on July 7, 2017 at 10:47 am

    As Marcos says the question is, what Italian politician will step forward? The economist Bagnai is getting a lot of good coverage, but as for the politicians the “establishment” is just too used to decades – some would say centuries – of kowtowing to somebody else. Washington, Berlin, Paris, the Vatican, banks, and lately Big Pharma (see the hideous law mandating 9 to 12 vaccines on children!) you name it. Even the apparently new stance of the oddly-named five star movement (pentagram x 5!) is so much in flux that it’s hard to know which of their spokesmen to believe: Mr. Di Battista, who says we must leave the euro AND the EU, or Mr Di Maio (touted by MSM as prime-minister-in-waiting) who says we must stay in “NATO” is iffy on the euro and against Italexit. But as the country continues to be subjected to what ordinary people are seeing as an attempt at ethnic replacement, incidentally making profits for the tax-supported “migrant business” run by do-gooder NGOs, these scaredy-cat people who call themselves politicans will have to get a real job somewhere. As will the Pope, who has ignored the patent weaponization of migration. This, at least, is the type of things that are being widely said both both by web activists and the “man in the street”.

  3. Neru on July 7, 2017 at 9:23 am

    Reports here, reports there, does it matter?
    Psychopaths are psychopaths and will take everything including our lifeblood and our children’s.
    How many times, the people are awakening and up for seeing reality for what it is!

    A tiny minority accept responsibility but are very infected with the Western Gnostic program running rampant. The majority is very fractured by angst and solely run on all the satanic programs unleashed upon them.

    I expect to see chaos in spades but not much else frankly and certainly not a united front of anything in Italy. Western culture is a lost and the shining torch has been transferred to other emerging cultures.

    Truth be told Westerners have squandered their culture big time and doubt when we are thru it all very much will be left of Europe or America for that matter.

    I simply hope that new dominant culture is a humane one and has in the right way compassion for our surviving children that emerge on the other side of our created chaos.

  4. basta on July 7, 2017 at 7:16 am

    Well, it’s ostensibly an exit from the Euro, not the EU, but “they go together like a horse and carriage.”

    And of course the Euro only serves German exports with an undervalued currency while stifling all the lesser economies and particularly the Euro-zone’s weaker southern tier economies with a highly overvalued currency, making them de facto economic vassals, weakening themselves at German expense.

    Well, slow-drip economic suicide and cultural suicide through mass Muslim migration sounds like a deal to me!

    Okay, beyond the obvious (which must nevertheless be stated), there is floating around at the highest level of EU policy-makers — and thus including the Italians as well — a confidential executive report done by the Pete Peterson Institute which was worked up at the behest of the EU at the onset of the Greek crisis, examining policy options for dealing with Greece. It was leaked at the time and a summary was reported I believe on ZH, if memory serves, as they followed the Greek crisis very intently.

    Essentially, the report presented two options, let them stay or kick them out. If they stayed, it was acknowledged that Greece would essentially collapse and become a beggar state because the ill-adapted Euro would crush its backward economy, and that the EU would have to bail it out ad infinitum.

    If they were booted out, there would be a period of financial crisis, but soon enough the country’s economy would rebound and ultimately prosper due to the currency devaluation, leading to revived exports and tourism and much less onerous debt servicing. In a word, Greece would blossom. The only problem with that, the report pointed out, was that everyone else in the Euro-zone would realize they were in a currency prison, and they would want to leave as well. So better to wreck Greece and pay for it indefinitely than to see the Euro project derailed by economic realities.

    This in a nutshell is the psychopathic “thinking” that is wrecking the West.

    • Robert Barricklow on July 7, 2017 at 2:33 pm

      Iceland is a counter example to Greece.
      Greece was set to leave but was betrayed from within their own ranks. In the end, their “elected” representative was the enemy’s, not their own.
      Iceland was given all the dire warning & threats but simply went with what was right. No lesser evils for Iceland. The press won’t print any success on that cold front; unless its mis/disinformation.
      And that’s another strategic/tactical front in Italy: who owns the press?

  5. goshawks on July 6, 2017 at 9:05 pm

    Hmmm, return of Karma? As Michael Hudson points out, ancient kingdoms/rulers had practiced debt Jubilees for thousands of years. The result: stable kingdoms and (relatively) happy populations. (The property managers/holders who had their ‘assets’ trimmed were not so happy.) Then, as the Romans became ascendant, they decided property managers/holders were the people to back. They forced a cancellation of Jubilees, with the resultant rise of outright slavery and it’s cousin, debt slavery. Forever. So, return of Karma? Will they do the right thing this time, as the underdogs?

    The piece of the puzzle that Joseph does not mention is Greece. The Italian population has watched the rise of Syriza, the capitulation/betrayal to the banksters under Tsipras, and the subsequent suffering via ‘austerity’ of the Greek population. Not to mention the selling-off of anything ‘public’ to various rich folk.

    The Italian population has been taking notes. They will be much more informed of the ‘real world’ thanks to the Greek experience. You may see another Syriza-style movement on steroids, with the leader being informed that he will hang if he caves to the banksters. High drama indeed…

    • Kahlypso on July 7, 2017 at 8:58 am

      HI Goshawks – Slavery’s been around since.. possibly before …I was about to say civilisation, but I’ve stopped being so arrogant as to believe the Sumerians were the first..
      And at least they had legal status and were treated better than today’s version.. very possibly because any member of society could become a slave and though legal appuratus in the society be freed..
      I’m not advocating slavery – far from it.

      • goshawks on July 7, 2017 at 6:49 pm

        Hi, Kahlypso. Note that I said “rise” and not “origination” of slavery. (I wondered at the time whether that wordage would cause confusion. Oh well.) Slavery results from a fall in consciousness. When ‘We are One”, slavery cannot exist. Who would pound their own thumb, so to speak? It is only when we devolve (possibly through the Anunnaki manipulation) and believe we are separate from others that slavery can take hold. And yes, it has been around for a looong time…

        (And yes, true slaves – being valuable property – were sometimes treated better than the debt slaves. Other times, depending on the individual owner, no. Some people take care of their cars, some don’t, as an analogy. I was just reading an article on how Nazis used concentration camp labor. Tens of thousands – per job – were literally worked to death as a ‘consumable asset’. The Nazi ‘brains’ had done the math, and decided that working them to the limit while slowly starving them to death was the ‘optimum economic solution’. Talk about devolved…)

    • Robert Barricklow on July 7, 2017 at 2:24 pm

      I hope your right in Italy’s taking notes and looking not to make the same mistakes Greece did. They should know by know that can’t trust the numerous anacondas they’re dealing with. Like in today’s post on electronic warfare, they need to be more sophisticated & determined than those that put the bite on them & are subsequently squeezing the economic vitality from them. The promising young men & woman are paying the price of such tyranny within.
      I’m an avid reader/listener to Dr. Hudson. He’s been on target for many years; knows & despises the enemy, and most importantly – is passionate about the economic warfare on the 99%ers.

      • goshawks on July 7, 2017 at 7:02 pm

        Hi, Robert. I knew I liked Hudson when I first saw his photograph. Spunky, with humor. If we had an Enlightenment government, he would be the Treasury Secretary, if not higher…

        On Italy, I am putting any hope for them on some fiery man/woman (or men/women; could be a good group) from outside the system. Charismatic but unbought. He/she would have to have both brains and courage, as you would be walking into Mt Doom and willingly casting The Ring away – with all the dangers thereof. The chances of an unbought leader stepping-up are not large, but I continue to hold out hope…

        • Robert Barricklow on July 8, 2017 at 11:55 am

          Yes Goshawks,
          someone who hasn’t sold their soul to the corporate robots.

      • goshawks on July 7, 2017 at 7:08 pm

        Robert, I tried to reply to you, but “Your comment is awaiting moderation.” I couldn’t ‘figure’ out this mod.
        goshawks – July 7, 2017 at 7:02 pm.

  6. marcos toledo on July 6, 2017 at 8:44 pm

    Which Italian politician will step forward and bring down the pillars of the European Union. Who will be Europe Samson and destroy this evil empire?

    • Kahlypso on July 7, 2017 at 8:54 am

      Hey Marcos.. Did you know that the Temple that Samson brought down was the Temple of Dagon.. (its true..I’ve been ‘looking into’ Dagon)
      Seeing as the Catholic Church has based all its Bishops and Pope on the Priest of Dagon.. perhaps someone does need to grow some hair and start pulling down pillars in Rome.. well.. a little independant city state that’s in Rome..
      Might very possibly stop a major problem in modern day society.. that has to do with Dairy products and a popular Italien food…or at the very least.. de-industrialise it..

      Ahhh when you said Evil Empire…. you meant Europe.. right? Sorry, I associated Samson to religion.. sorry – my bad.

  7. DownunderET on July 6, 2017 at 6:27 pm

    The EU is a bug looking for a windscreen.

    • Robert Barricklow on July 6, 2017 at 6:53 pm

      Loved it!

      • Robert Barricklow on July 6, 2017 at 6:54 pm

        or Windshield.

    • Bluenose on July 7, 2017 at 12:10 am

      LOL 😀

  8. Robert Barricklow on July 6, 2017 at 6:23 pm

    When Italy joined to Euro Zone it was screwed.
    When it leaves, it gets royally screwed.

    • Robert Barricklow on July 6, 2017 at 6:49 pm

      Unless, it REALLY leaves,
      Greece threatened to leave. The elections resulted in a candidate who was supposed to have left; but, was just a paid shill to not honor the peoples’ mandate. Greece was put on the auction block; it’s people sold into austerity. A sad testament to the so-called birth place of democracy.
      Italy must survive all kinds of double & triple crosses. Fixed elections, referendums, and even those that do pass being subjected to legal entanglements. In other words, the Troika is not releases its status-quo death grip.

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