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December 21, 2017 By Joseph P. Farrell

Sometimes one just has to shake one's head on how crazy the news is these days. For example, there's this gem of an article by French researcher Theirry Meyssan that is just dripping with a mother lode of more gems, found and shared by Ms. K.M.:

What is Israël’s project in Argentina?

The main thrust of the story speaks for itself:

British billionaire Joe Lewis has acquired immense territories in the South of Argentina and even neighbouring Chile. His properties cover areas several times larger than the State of Israël. They are situated in Tierra del Fuego, at the extreme Southern point of the continent. In particular, they surround the Lago Escondido, which effectively denies access to the entire region, despite a legal injunction.

The billionaire has built a private airport with a two kilometre landing strip, in order to be able to receive civil and military aircraft.

Since the Falklands War, the Israëli army has been organising « holiday camps » (sic) in Patagonia for its soldiers. Between 8,000 and 10,000 of them now come every year to spend two weeks on Joe Lewis’ land.

While in the 1970’s, the Argentinian army noted the construction of 25,000 empty houses, which gave rise to the myth of the Andinia Plan, hundreds of thousands have been built today.

It is impossible to verify the state of the construction work, since these are private lands, and Google Earth has neutralised the satellite photographs of the area, just as it does with NATO’s military installations.

And in case you missed it, here is M. Meyssan's (high octane?) speculation:

It is impossible for the moment to determine if Israël is engaged in a programme for the exploitation of Antarctica, or if it is building a rear base in case of defeat in Palestine.

Well, all that's certainly possible, of course.

But as one might imagine, I cannot help but see a much wider context of "dots," which may or may not connect to each other, but since this is the high octane speculation portion of today's blog, let's mention a few of them, and assume they're connected just for kicks. Of course, we have the recent Saudi coup-de-money-shakedown that has - according to some stories - left Prince Al Waleed bin Talal and a member of the bin Laden family hanging upside down in the Riyadh Ritz Carlton, and Prince Mohammed bin Salman buying paintings of Christ by Leonardo da Vinci, and allowing movie theaters to open in Saudi Arabia. And there are of course, Al Waleed's connections to the Mandalay Bay Hotel, and to Citigroup, to the Clintons, and the whole thing in Las Vegas. Al Waleed and the Clintons, bin Laden and the Bushes. Well, you can guess what some were speculating about the arrest of those two, and some were quick to conclude that Mr. Trump had finally begun draining the swamp. There is a case to be made that they are connected, since the stench is so similar, but I digress. Pardon me while I point out that this particular swamp was in Riyadh, not Washington, and the Drainer-in-Chief was Prince Mohammed, not King Donald, though noted zio-con Court Jester Jared Kushner zipped off to Riyadh shortly before the coup-de-money-shakedown occurred.

Anyway, that's one thread/meme that's been out there on the internet. Across the pond in the Swamp, we have the strange apparition of Mr. Trump, who during his inaugural address, was flanked for a few minutes by US military personnel, while the TV cameras captured some tense-looking Clintons and Bushes. No explanation for this strange military appearance and disappearance to my knowledge has yet been given, but Mr. Trump then went to the CIA a few days later, where he made more of the statements for which he has become famous (or, depending on one's lights, infamous), declaring that the room he was in was full of columns, and not to worry, he was going to build a better room with no columns. This was met with some laughter, which struck me as being a little nervous and contrived. (But again I digress.) That statement had everyone parsing his words and guessing at "messages" for a few days, and then everyone moved on. Then we had his override of the national security establishment, which was begging for more "time" before some of the JFK documents were to be released, reversing a policy of - guess who - Presidents Clinton, Bush, and Obama. Then there was the Jerusalem embassy thing, and of course, the "Qanon" material came along, outlining a vast "Trump and the military" vs. "Swamp and the Clowns In America" scenario complete with its own very disturbing "Trump messianism" overtones. And let's add one final "dot" to this "swamp soup" vaudeville. For years I and others have pointed out the early relationship of the Clowns In America to the wartime Nazi military intelligence organization, Fremde Heere Ost and its leader, General Reinhard Gehlen, which subsequently becomes the core of post-war West German counterintelligence, and also the network of "private intelligence" alleged for the Big Texas Oilmen. They in turn were involved, according to some JFK assassination researchers, in President Kennedy's murder. Can't have presidents smashing the Clowns In America into a thousand pieces, because that might ruin the cover under which General Gehlen's Nazis operate. And of course, there's the whole Nazis-San Carlos di Bariloche-Patagonia thing that I've written about.

And... oh yes, let's not forget Antarctica and the strange cast of characters associated with it: Apollo astronaut Buzz Aldrin, Patriarch of Moscow Kiril III, Secretary of State John Kerry, British and Spanish royals, and fun-loving party animals like Hermann Goering and Rudolf Hess.

So, gee whiz, why do I get the feeling all this might somehow be connected? It's a mighty big swamp. Israelis in Patagonia? Go figure!

See you on the flip side...