A delegation of German corporate executives just went to Russia... and Joseph thinks it may signal a new development...(Folks I had trouble this week with the video feed... as usual they're tinkering with the internet)

Germany’s Delegation To Russia Signals That Merkel Is Looking For New Allies

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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. Dag from Ringerike on October 27, 2017 at 4:30 pm

    A sitrep from Norway.
    Yes, I think there are new alignment coming up, but in the meantime “the falling empire” is maybe creating a new war theater before it falls; and this is the northern Europe, Nato is building up their forces in the baltic states, and Sweeden is now more or less a Nato country, cooperations in all levels; exerscises with airforce,and naval force. I guess Finland has learned their lesson. But Norway has not.

    The last two or or thre months we have learned that US will deploy troops in the middle of Norway, at Vaerness airport (20 km from Trondheim), a former Norwegian military base, still intact with all the infrastructure. 40 km father north we were having a regiment at Steinkjearsannan. This was put down years ago. So the excuse to invite US troops to Vaerness, we do not have any of our own troops left in the region. Then, there. In Verdal (30 km north of Vaerness) US have been storing heavy armaments in big caves. I knew what was happening there, because I lived there 35 years ago.

    And now revealed, US troops will be deplyed in Bardufoss, a central base in Troms county, about 40 km south east of Tromsø. In the cold war time we were having a brigade there, a very important part of our land or territory defence. What is left now is rudimentary.

    So the excuse for deploying US troops at Vaerness and Bardufoss, we do not have any of our own men there, because we dismantled the regiment at Steinkjer and the brigade at Bardufoss by our politicians. For me, this is treason..

    The policyof Norway after WW2 has been an agreementby by our polilticians that experienced WW2,; no foreign troops should be permanently stationed in Norway. The excuse from the shills that have the positions as defence minister and foreign minister, US troops will rotate, so there will be “no permenant US bases” In Norway..

    Give me a brake.
    A family history lesson.
    The experience and history of WW2 is in my spine, borned in 1949 in Bodoe because it has effected my family and my wifes´s family. She lost two of her uncles in the harbour of Narvik, 18 years old sailor on the panzerships Norge and Eidsvoll 9th of april 1940.. What a loss for my mother i law. When Bodoe was bombed in May 1940, my father had to hide among a british platoon, and my uncle survived in the middle of the town due to hide against a wall. Before that, they both were employed by the british to lay out steel maths, to build the airfield, Bodoe airfield. They were paid by the Germans. By the way, my grand grand father drained the mours where now the Bodoe air field is. They were two, they dug 2 meter high “trenches” 500 km long. I have the paper. My mother is 99 years old. Her memory is quite clear about WW2. She and her sister, she told me some years ago, they had a radio on the top flor of their house in Harstad.. Theyused stenography to make notes from the London broadcasting. I asked he, do you remember when Staligrad fell? ” We cheered!”, she said. Important, I have no bad feelings about the German nation and German people. I like to learn about history,.What you as a person has to choose in diffucult times, I can not judge., because i have been fortuned to not to do the difficult choices my father and mother generation were confronting to. By the way, I am a member of Sharkhunters, and I am proud to be in that community.

    All the Best,

  2. Neru on October 27, 2017 at 8:13 am

    Europe is done for. All the imported parasites are no workforce. The old are working their pants off like slave labor to compensate. The young are so poorly educated they can’t produce a readable sentence nor do they like work and are also parasites.

    The Western elites and citizen slave labor deserve the change of hegemony to another empire in the making. Third, and fourth worlds will still exist just on other sides of the world map.

    History, even history in the making is off no interest. Most in the Western world don’t even fathom what suffering their governments inflict upon others. In that sense the doom and gloom that is coming, frankly the Westen world deserves it so anti-human it is.

  3. anakephalaiosis on October 27, 2017 at 12:14 am

    Face of God is the absolute truth, and that is more light than average man can handle, who in stubborn protest prefers to sink voluntarily into a fresh dug memory hole.

    And those, to whom truth is air to breathe, will rise from the grave, redpilled and newborn. Your offspring shall be counted in stars of great multitude.

    Russian redpill is the glory of God.

  4. goshawks on October 26, 2017 at 10:42 pm

    There has been talk about the Eurozone breaking-up into a ‘1st Tier’ and ‘2nd Tier’ configuration, with Germany obviously being the centerpiece of the 1st Tier. This might allow Germany the freedom to semi ‘go it alone’ with Russia, along the lines of Joseph’s article. The German political and industrial leaders certainly know that the US will move mountains to frustrate this rapprochement; maybe the meeting in Russia was to iron-out ‘responses’ to foreseen US moves….

  5. Diane Shear on October 26, 2017 at 10:11 pm

    Interesting Dr. Farrell…makes sense.

  6. WalkingDead on October 26, 2017 at 8:52 pm

    Should Germany and Russia come to workable agreements and Russia supplies the resources and workforce, Germany is left with a significant problem. What do you do with all those “refugees” they invited into Germany who are simply not qualified, nor (I would bet) willing to do the work. The would much rather live off the governments dime, attempt to breed the Germans out of power, and demand Sharia law be implemented; not a pretty picture. They will turn into a disgruntled, entitled significant percentage of the population. They should take a close look at what has happened in the USSA in that regard with our “entitled” masses.
    They are definitely in for some interesting times over the next few years. Meanwhile, the USSA will continue its belligerence and idiocy making things even more difficult for them. I wish them the best of luck.

  7. DanaThomas on October 26, 2017 at 2:29 pm

    Well Joseph check for computer interference from down in San Juan de Bariloche!

    • Margaret on October 26, 2017 at 7:27 pm

      Whooops! sorry Dana! I hit the ‘comment’ button by mistake. I’m going to suggest webmaster Daniel rearrange those links . . . will delay comment . . .

  8. basta on October 26, 2017 at 2:16 pm

    As Tommi H noted below, OBS studio is a very simple but capable freeware streaming app and I second the recommendation, even to have it in reserve as backup for moments like these. And I totally agree, I also oversee a website and the constant software & plugins update merry-go-round / treadmill / Sisyphean boulder is beyond tiresome, and all so that you can be even more effectively data-mined than last week.

    As for Germany and Russia, well it’s all window shopping, or as the French say, lèche vitrine, which literally translates into licking the display window, which has that added nuance of longing, impossibility and desperation which seems so appropriate here. As long as Germany remains a quite literal and legally binding satrapy to the Allies, that is all it will ever be able to do.

    Meanwhile, the Cabal is taking a wrecking ball to the moral, ethical, economic and societal underpinnings of Europe and the US for fun and profit, making one wonder just how long all these questions will actually be relevant. And also let’s face it, that much-vaunted German engineering ain’t what it used to be. Today, Bosch and Siemens consumer goods are mostly made in China, and incredibly poorly designed. For me, the symbol of German “engineering” among many poorly designed products is my old Bosch toaster that could not even hold 2 slices of white bread — the slot was 2 cm too short! You should go onto an automotive website and read about how once-mighty Mercedes has fallen in technology, build quality and reliability, displaced by Japanese and South Korean companies. (This might be one major reason why the US wants so desperately to unleash a war in Korea, to halt its manufacturing juggernaut.)

    • elixirsoo on October 26, 2017 at 5:32 pm

      You made me think basta… I have just discovered that my German Fridge/Freezer isn’t actually German at all. AEG is owned by Education Management Corporation in Pittsburgh, which is totally bizarre, but I have no idea where it was made without looking on the back. It’s a basic workhorse design that needs defrosting every two years and does a great job. Cutting edge equipment has become a double-edged sword, (pun intended!) which I really cannot be doing with any more.

      On a more serious note, I have to agree that the quality of German products has really gone downhill in the past eight or nine years. This insane globalisation plan has left nothing but death, destruction and misery in it’s wake, and for what? We’re back where we were over a century ago. 🙁

    • BlueWren on October 26, 2017 at 7:14 pm

      So true. When we purchased a beautiful old Mercedes, the mechanic told my husband that its engine was the last of the sturdy and reliable engines made in Germany, and that he rarely saw them come in with problems. Yet, the next lot having been made elsewhere, are the ones that regularly come in for repairs and broken parts.

  9. Tommi H on October 26, 2017 at 1:17 pm

    You can also use third party programs to stream on Youtube. OBS Studio is very good and as it’s open source, it’s also totally free.

  10. Robert Barricklow on October 26, 2017 at 1:06 pm

    The commercialized internet is representing the efficiencies of a monopolized/oligopoly; an enclosure adamantly opposed to an open-source internet.
    Sometimes these oligopolies cannot sing in-sync as well ass the privately owned corporate press choirs.

    • Robert Barricklow on October 26, 2017 at 1:12 pm

      The Fascist…, er.. European Union may be reaching an agreement with anti-fascist Russia? Both have more interests in common than disagreements; one being an all powerful China[coming soon], or the current bully, USA.
      By the way, whose tool is NATO again?
      The China silk road is where the action is on Earth.
      Well, there’s the rub. I mean whose the bully in control up there?

  11. Margaret on October 26, 2017 at 12:30 pm

    No video but the sound is OK . . . same here . . . one thing after another today 😉 Thanks Joseph, bon courage!

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