"Say it isn't so!" you might say. The U.S.S.A., interfering in the domestic policies of other nations, by sponsoring fronts and political parties? Why, that sounds more like (cue evil laughter and echo chamber) "PUTIN PUTIn PUTin PUtin Putin putin and RUSSIA RUSSIa RUSSia RUSsia RUssia Russia russia..." Frankly, every time I hear the Putin-Russian elections hysteria sweeping the US lamestream corporate controlled media presstitutes, I'd be inclined to listen to them, if they'd point out similar malfeasance on the left like approving uranium sales to Russia, but that, of course, will never happen. I'd also be inclined to listen to them, if they'd mention little things like Arbenz or Mossadegh, or Prime Minister Whitlam, Grenada, and so on, but of course, all that is "ancient history," and again, will never happen. Then there's the overthrow of Marcos and its strange relationship to all that Japanese gold, but they dare not mention that, because that will get people digging into things they'd rather not have people digging into. And then there's Chiang Kai-shek and the Institute of Pacific Relations... and we really don't want to go there because that will drag up other stuff we really don't want to discuss. And the invasion of Panama and Norriega... why, it's a who's who of "interference". It doesn't seem to have worked out very well, because the Chinese dominate Panama, Duterte has told the USSA to mind its own business and leave the Philippines alone, Iran overthrew the Shah and ended up with something worse, Russia keeps building a-bombs, whether we sell them uranium or not, and on and on we could go.

But a couple of weeks ago I noted the dramatic appearance of ISIS in the Pacific, in the Philippines and Indonesia and Malaysia, and those nations' statements to the effect that they would combine forces to combat the menace, a rather interesting thing, since those nations, with the exception of the Philippines, are predominantly Muslim, nicht war? When I noted this appearance, I also suggested that maybe it had something to do with their increasing hesitancy about having the USSA as an ally... it's a bit like Poland having the USSR as an "ally" during the Good Ole Warsaw Pact days. The USSR sent in tanks at the slightest sign of departure from the Moscow Line.

The USSA sends in terrorists, as suggested by this article shared by Mr. S.D. (copy and paste into your browser):

It seems my suspicion that the recent appearance of ISIS in these nations being a US-sponsored game is a view shared by Global Research News:

As protracted warfare continues in southern Philippines between government forces and militants linked to the so-called “Islamic State” (ISIS), fears that the US is leveraging the terrorist group far beyond Syria and Iraq where it was created are rising. Nations opposing or obstructing US interests beyond America’s borders now find themselves likely targets of this covert form of armed coercion.

The United States is increasingly at odds with nations and political orders across Southeast Asia it had once counted among its closest allies in the region. Included is Thailand, a nation of nearly 70 million people, who as of 2014, ousted a US-backed client regime in a bloodless military coup.

Since then, Bangkok has definitively shifted further away from Washington’s influence, toward BeijingMoscow, and virtually any other nation-state that can provide Thailand with alternatives to Washington’s monopoly on geopolitical, economic, and military influence.

Much of Thailand’s military inventory – for decades consisting of US hardware – is now being replaced by a combination of Russian, Chinese, European, and even domestically developed weapon systems. These include orders of Chinese main battle tanks, Russian helicopters, Swedish warplanes, and both armored personnel carries and rocket artillery systems developed by local industry.

More recently, Thailand sealed a significant arms deal with China for the purchase of the Kingdom’s first modern submarines. In total, three submarines will be bought, enhancing Thailand’s naval capabilities across the region – and more specifically – drawing the navies of Thailand and China closer together in both technical and strategic cooperation.

Following Thailand, is a number of other nations including the Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, and even to certain degrees, Myanmar and Vietnam.

Well, here's a thought: maybe Thailand is buying their military equipment from these other countries because they followed the USS Donald Cook and USS Fitzgerald incidents rather closely, but I digress.

What is notable is the pattern these nations are experiencing: they make a decision to depart from under the thumb of The Empire, and they are hit with "terrorist incidents":

In 2015, when Thailand refused to heed US demands to allow Chinese citizens wanted for terrorism to travel onward to Turkey where they would inevitably join US-backed efforts to overthrow the government of neighboring Syria, terrorists detonated a bomb in the center of Bangkok leaving 20 dead and many more maimed. Even Western analysts concluded the likely culprits were members the Turkish Grey Wolves front, created by NATO and cultivated as a means of asymmetrical warfare by the United States itself for decades.

Also increasing across ASEAN is the presence of the so-called “Islamic State” or ISIS.

As Indonesia continues its own pivot East,  it has been targeted by terrorists allegedly from ISIS. An attack in Jakarta in 2016 followed the nation’s decision to favor Chinese firms in the construction of additional national railway systems.

More recently, Malaysian security forces disrupted an alleged ISIS terror cell operating on both sides of the Thai-Malaysian border

In the wake of this week's earlier blog about the US Pentagon's most recent strategic analysis and its very apparent targeting of America itself as a "future battleground," one has to wonder when this tactic will begin to be used on the American population itself when it begins to depart from Washington's "approved narrative." But again, I digress.

However, there's something even more disturbing in this article that recalls a concern and high octane speculation from earlier blogs:

According to Western narratives, ISIS is doing this with funding drawn from hostage ransoms, black market oil, and meager revenue from “taxation” of its quickly shrinking territorial holdings in Syria and Iraq.

In reality, however, ISIS would not exist without constant and significant multinational state sponsorship. To answer which nations are providing ISIS sponsorship, one needs only to read the United States’ own intelligence reports.

The United State’s own Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) in a 2012 report that revealed ongoing plans by an American led axis to create what it at the time called a “Salafist” (Islamic) “principality” (State).

In the DIA’s leaked 2012 report (.pdf) it stated (emphasis added):

If the situation unravels there is the possibility of establishing a declared or undeclared Salafist principality in eastern Syria (Hasaka and Der Zor), and this is exactly what the supporting powers to the opposition want, in order to isolate the Syrian regime, which is considered the strategic depth of the Shia expansion (Iraq and Iran).

To clarify just who these “supporting powers” were that sought the creation of a “Salafist” (Islamic) principality” (State), the DIA report explains (emphasis added):

The West, Gulf countries, and Turkey support the opposition; while Russia, China, and Iran support the regime.

Leaked e-mails from presidential candidate and former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, also revealed senior US political leaders assigning blame for the state sponsorship of ISIS on America’s closest Middle Eastern allies, including Saudi Arabia and Qatar.

The e-mail, leaked to the public through Wikileaks, stated:

…we need to use our diplomatic and more traditional intelligence assets to bring pressure on the governments of Qatar and Saudi Arabia, which are providing clandestine financial and logistic support to [ISIS] and other radical Sunni groups in the region.

If ISIS is being used as a proxy by the US and its allies to coerce – even overthrow – the government of Syria and wage proxy war on Russia, Iran, and their regional allies, it stands to reason that ISIS’ sudden presence in Southeast Asia as nations there increasingly pivot away from Washington is no mere “coincidence.”

Recall my mystification over President Trump's visit to the (out)House of Saud and the deal to sell that entity hundreds of millions of dollars' worth of arms, and a manufacturing capacity to boot.

Now, in the context of this article, it begins to make sense. This would allow a more or less permanent supply of munitions to these groups, and allow the USSA "plausible deniability" while ratcheting up pressure on those Southeast Asian nations.

And Washington wonders why they're turning to Beijing and Moscow?!?  If anything, the stupidity of this policy - if my high octane speculation that the Saudi arms sale and this story are related is true - shows how utterly lost the dual citizens in the District of Cesspool really are, for they are really saying that friendship with Riyadh is worth more to them than friendship with Manila, Jakarta, Bangkok... Oh, and note one more thing, Jakarta apparently earned the Cesspool's ire because apparently, China was offering to sell them, not arms, but railroads:

As Indonesia continues its own pivot East,  it has been targeted by terrorists allegedly from ISIS. An attack in Jakarta in 2016 followed the nation’s decision to favor Chinese firms in the construction of additional national railway systems.

... Pivot to the Pacific? C'mon guys... this is more like a belly-flop in the 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. DanaThomas on July 29, 2017 at 2:44 am

    Wins hacked at Wynn’s place? Perhaps a “message” connected with the president’s casino interests (a topic discussed in some vidchats and on interviews with C.A.Fitts)

  2. rich overholt on July 28, 2017 at 1:58 pm

    Two can play this game. Ouch!

  3. johnycomelately on July 26, 2017 at 5:49 am

    I wonder how many assets the US lost in Syria due to the Chechen double bluff, the whole Caucus, Turkey, Egypt, Lybia and Middle East charade seems to be compromised.

    I guess they’re looking to new ground for recruits, I wonder how long it will be before the Europe is forced to accept millions of refugees from South East Asia too.
    On a side note, it is interesting the Anglo Atlantic block disassociated themselves from economic and political institutions that would have forced them to accept mass refugees.

    Brexit, Australia’s refugee policy and the US removal from the TPP seems very auspicious.

  4. Pierre on July 26, 2017 at 12:27 am

    I just hope that when I watch this new Dinkirk movie it has our hero thanking Dear Adolf for instructing his generals to let the blighters all go back home to bomb the crap out of Germany later on… he would know this , of course, by the same means that Nathan Rothschild got wind over the stormy waters of Napoleon’s downfall before anyone else back home.
    meanwhile, back on my home front, a taste of things to come, and not the way the Wellsian Fabianists planned it in the long run either. Chinese might have been hooked for too long on Sassonnian Opium, Corrupted by Frankfurtian Communism, but they are not complete dopes.
    a big military 4-jet plane flew over my place last week with all this (exercise includes the Ronnie Raygun carrier which was the one which got nuked offshore Sendai Fukushima – I doubt they have it completely cleaned up). I was surprised how quiet the plane was given it’s size and low altitude. It was not dropping Soros GMO cannabis either, so it was probably benign.

    • goshawks on July 26, 2017 at 5:07 pm

      One thing which will probably not be in the new Dunkirk movie is the fact that HITLER stopped the Panzer advance, which had no real opposition at that point. Dunkirk should have been the British version of Stalingrad, with the entire force marched into captivity…

      (False) Wikipedia: “In one of the most widely debated decisions of the war, the Germans halted their advance on Dunkirk. Contrary to popular belief, what became known as the ‘Halt Order’ did not originate with Adolf Hitler. Field Marshals Gerd von Rundstedt and Günther von Kluge suggested that the German forces around the Dunkirk pocket should cease their advance on the port and consolidate, to avoid an Allied breakout. Hitler sanctioned the order on 24 May with the support of the Oberkommando der Wehrmacht (OKW). The army was to halt for three days, which gave the Allies sufficient time to organise the Dunkirk evacuation and build a defensive line.”

      “…to avoid an Allied breakout.” Bah. First, von Rundstedt and von Kluge were seasoned officers. They knew the value of Blitzkrieg tactics. Having just Blitzkrieged the French army and the English expeditionary forces, they knew of the value of speed and concentration of force. No way THEY ‘suggested’ stopping before wiping-up the panicked British remnants. Quite the contrary. The Wikipedia version is the way history is being ‘spun’ to take the heat off of Hitler…

      (False) Wikipedia: “Another theory – which few historians have given credence – is that Hitler was still trying to establish diplomatic peace with Britain before Operation Barbarossa (the invasion of the Soviet Union).”

      Rudolf Hess’ flight to NE England on 10 May 1941 indicates otherwise. Hitler was hoping to take England out of the war before taking-on the USSR. Hitler and Hess were old friends; it was near-impossible that this was not a joint effort – although denied after it’s failure. (There are deeper rumors of Hitler being an agent of the TPB or even an unacknowledged son of the Rothschilds. This would radically change the picture…)

      So, the latest Dunkirk movie is likely an attempt to ‘capture’ the sheeple into the non-stop action, without looking-into WHY Dunkirk happened at all…

      • Pierre on July 26, 2017 at 7:36 pm

        watched it last night (for the special effects only).. no worries about The Germans being mis-represented – there were none. (as contrasted to Clint Eastwoods Iwo Jima movies that did portray the Japanese in multi colored hues) Though one of the bullets in the first scene are rumored to have been shot by one of Hitlers cloned 8 yr old sons, spawned on the Rothschild’s typewriter in Spandau Love Camp, renamed Camp Love, and co-fertilised personally by Rodolf The Red Nosed Hess … too silly.

  5. moxie on July 25, 2017 at 6:59 pm

    The gov’ts in the region don’t have intel as deep to know what’s really happening on a bigger scheme, until recently, it looks like they’ve been clued in a bit more. Manila just announced they will be needing 40,000 more in troops as the leader has warned of more threats looming ahead.

  6. Robert Barricklow on July 25, 2017 at 6:06 pm

    As in Engdahl’s book The Last Hegemon; ISIS[Mujahideen/dressed-up corp speak], was used from Afghanistan to Yugoslavia to other places in Europe, and back again to Afghanistan to Iraq to wherever there is the international cartel’s need, for some just-in-time violence to enforce obedience wherever the cartel’s policy requires it. It certainly isn’t representative of the peoples’ will; and that’s about anywhere under the West’s thumb[also including it’s domesticized populations].

  7. Robert Barricklow on July 25, 2017 at 5:54 pm

    Loved your belly flop metaphor.
    Really nailed it!

  8. Robert Barricklow on July 25, 2017 at 5:50 pm

    Another Balfour Agreement in action. Why not? 1917 a ZION State deal; 2017 an Islamic State deal. Symmetry ist wunderbar; smoke and mirrors are also in vogue today as well.

    • DanaThomas on July 26, 2017 at 6:16 am

      As you say Robert, centenary symmetry 1917-2017. Let’s hope there is not too much more of this symmetry in the next couple of years

  9. Glas Dadrithio on July 25, 2017 at 2:04 pm

    This video is several years old, and I’m assuming most of you have probably seen it. I found it pretty interesting

  10. marcos toledo on July 25, 2017 at 1:08 pm

    What can one expect from over aged Peter Pan’s who never grew up. The idea called the Great Game waged against Czarist Russia in the nineteenth through early twentieth century says it all. These idiots have never can tell the difference between a game and real life in real life there are real consequences real death and destruction. Life differently is not a game.

  11. WalkingDead on July 25, 2017 at 10:47 am

    Should they be foolish enough to allow the “security companies” of a “small middle eastern nation” to provide security for their nuclear facilities, they just may find themselves with another Fukushima on their hands. These proxies are being run by the top proxy, the USSA, which is wholly owned by the “deep state”. That “plausible deniability” goes up one more rung on the ladder that everyone seems to think is invisible; however, the emperor has no clothes and it’s become blatantly obvious to, well, everyone.

    • Don B on July 25, 2017 at 11:39 am

      My brother was telling me he read somewhere that a senator is putting forth a bill that would make it a criminal offense to criticize that small country, but I won’t take the time to research it because it won’t make any difference in the scheme of things that is going on in our wonderful gobmit. db

      • OrigensChild on July 25, 2017 at 2:25 pm

        Oh, joy. Now add this to Charlotte Iserbyt’s analysis of the new Community Oriented Police Services (COPS) program that is rolling out and you have a real scary scenario on your hands. It’s the enforcement arm of Agenda 21, so she claims. And they say we’re nuts…

        • Don B on July 25, 2017 at 6:11 pm

          I think it might have to do with laws that will apply to anyone boycotting Israel products and so on….. and in most any way. Surely it wouldn’t pass constitutional muster under the First Amendment if criticizing Israel would be a violation of law. db

        • Don B on July 25, 2017 at 6:12 pm

          under moderation by mossad

          • Robert Barricklow on July 25, 2017 at 7:31 pm


          • OrigensChild on July 26, 2017 at 8:56 am

            I agree with RB. Nice come-back.

            In interviews with Jeff Rense (yes, I still listen sometimes) Sam Iserbyt, her son, gives testimony of how this COPS program is playing out in their town. There are legal actions pending against the state over what was an attempt to take out Sam by cop. If the story is true (and I am strongly inclined to believe it) and the witnesses to this are that solid, heads should roll. The problem there now is the criminalization of the police force into an “security” enforcement platform–not a law enforcement one. Add in the intelligence community’s drug and human trafficking operations you now have Tony Soprano installed as the police chief working with James Bond running drugs. (Thank you Catherine Fitts.) Because of her work in the field of education Charlotte and Same Iserbyt’s story needs more consideration by members here. The soup agencies know people are waking up and the Stazi (COPS) are being rolled out to counter that threat.

  12. goshawks on July 25, 2017 at 6:16 am

    (Neglecting the “elephant in the room” for the moment.) It has always been the strategy of the Deep State to ‘project’ power as deeply into another state as possible. This is the logical final-extension of a ‘fight ’em over there, rather than on our shores’ mentality. Where things have changed in the past few decades is in the sheer-obviousness of this tactic. With this brazenness, other nations have been forced into an ‘awakening’ of sorts. Lawless behavior of this magnitude forces intra- and inter-nation alliances in a self-preservation effort. This is what we are now seeing…

    Kinda reminds me of the old Princess Leia quote: “The more you tighten your grip, Tarkin, the more star systems will slip through your fingers.”

    • Robert Barricklow on July 25, 2017 at 7:32 pm

      Good One!

  13. basta on July 25, 2017 at 6:08 am

    The Empire’s reached a tipping point; at this point the vassals don’t know which is worse, to be a US ally or just cut and run. All stick and no carrot will find the schoolyard bully friendless soon enough.

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