Well it's the first News and Views from the Nefarium for 2018, and Joseph takes a look at a possibly unfolding geopolitical meme that might drive events this year. Here are the articles he refers to:

Iran Cuts Off Internet Amid Mass Protests, Calls For "Armed Uprising"

Behind Korea, Iran & Russia Tensions: The Lurking Financial War

France wants to build trade ‘backbone’ from Europe to Beijing via Moscow – report

Germany’s push for EU army: Merkel developing networks with EU members for military union

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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. goshawks on January 5, 2018 at 4:19 am

    When I combined the four articles in my mind, I got “Venice & the League of Cambrai”. This confrontation occurred when the individual nations of Europe got sooo fed-up with the machinations of the then-PTBs that they united against the Venetian ‘Republic’. The long-running battle (at all levels) seriously weakened the Serene Republic, ultimately causing – as Joseph documented – the moving of the monetary-center to The Netherlands.

    I could make a case that a similar “League of Cambrai” is forming against the AngloZio nist Empire (or whatever label you choose). The outward face of this-century’s Venetian ‘Republic’ is the American quest for political, financial, and military domination, but monetary-interests are again the hidden ‘root’ of this-century’s Serene Republic. No one nation or block is powerful enough to bring down the beast, but an uneasy ‘alliance’ could just do so. This again mirrors the situation around the League of Cambrai, where the Venetian PTB had to cut traitorous ‘deals’ with various members for their very survival.

    As the General in the article stated, finance is the new warfare. So, the new League of Cambrai is shaping-up their financial ‘army’ against the new Venetian PTB. All the new non-AZ financial insti tutions [hah!] could be seen in this light. Europe’s centralization of their military could be seen as the necessary ‘boots-on-the-ground’ part of this Rebel Alliance. (Sorry, I just saw the latest Star Wars movie. During the fight between Captain Phasma and Finn, Phasma berated Finn, “You were always scum.” In possibly the best line of the movie, Finn retorted, “Rebel Scum!”)

    The League of Cambrai only came into existence as a push-back against the arrogance of the Venetian PTB. It is ironic that the latest ‘iteration’ of the PTB still has not learned this lesson…

    • Roger on January 5, 2018 at 8:04 am

      Europe is not run by the good guys. These Zionist rebels are much worse than the Zionists. The Zionists have temp allied themselves with truthers and are supporting nationalism to regain their power over the worst of their allies who sought to seize control from them.. Plus its easier to get all nations to nuke each other when they are run by radical nationalists. We are being played in my opinion.

      • goshawks on January 6, 2018 at 4:17 am

        Just to be clear, I was not saying this-century’s “League of Cambrai” was formed by or around the Europeans. It is worldwide. Russia, China, possibly India & Brazil, and many more-minor nations are part of this ‘alliance’. As Joseph observed, Europe is wavering. One portion is submissive towards the AngloZio nist Empire, and one portion has observed that slavery/serfdom has its costs. Too close to call. Ironically, the new “League of Cambrai” may not include Europe…

    • DanaThomas on January 5, 2018 at 8:56 am

      There is an intriguing reply by CA Fitts on her website in response to a reader comment: David Icke’s new book, in the chapter “What is the Moon”, contains a hint of what the financial system in a space-based economy could be like….

  2. Robert Barricklow on January 5, 2018 at 12:08 am

    Because financial capitalism rules of industrial capitalism; corporations must buy back their own stock in order to prevent vulture capitalists[hedge funds etc.] from buying them and cannibalizing them for profit.
    That’s just the tip of a very disgusting fincialized iceberg.
    Financialized food.
    Financialized social media.
    Financialized; then weaponized[thru economic warfare].
    etc., etc., ….

  3. Robert Barricklow on January 4, 2018 at 11:29 pm

    Trade is based upon war. At least that’s the worldview that the East India Company had. No an iota of difference today, as the new East India corporate fascist model enforce its monopoly of private political economy on wannabe multi-polar public world.
    Unfortunately, the Trade based on war policy does not operate on all the engine’s cylinders are fueled by financial capitalism instead of industrial capitalism. Thus, when your financial engineers blueprint a such a plan, it’s inevitably a bridge too far.
    Occupied countries of Europe and the rest of the world’s money is based upon sweat/earned income[building actual things], not unearned income/no sweat[typing ones and zeroes].
    Now that “they” nearly own it all; they’ve got to protect their stolen booty from the rest of the real sweating 99.99999 percent workers.
    China, Russia and Europe may want to get back to real democracies with real money/producing things, and not working up a swat to keep the unearned income billionaires/trillionaires from making their world poorer & poorer, all the live long day.
    If they can’t own it all; will they blow it all up? after all, who really wants to work for a living. I mean, they have a history that goes way back of making war; if they can’t get all. After all, isn’t theirs theirs by divine right?

  4. Roger on January 4, 2018 at 10:50 pm

    Thanks for your views. A lot of new info and very insightful analysis of what it might all signal. I don’t comment often anymore but I still come here often to get your take on what’s going on.

    • Robert Barricklow on January 4, 2018 at 11:54 pm

      Always good the hear from you Roger.

      • Roger on January 5, 2018 at 8:08 am

        Thanks. I like others view here to especially when they point out things I haven’t thought of.

  5. DanaThomas on January 4, 2018 at 12:23 pm

    In a laundromat here in Italy I was astonished to see new washers and dryers “Made in usa”. Of course who’s to say where the components were actually manufactured. While this is not exactly high tech, apparently there are some niche export sectors other than armaments – and money laundering….

  6. Neru on January 4, 2018 at 9:42 am

    USA + delicate diplomacy?
    I honestly don’t think they are capable, threatening and bullying is USA’s modus operandi so the EU definitely needs its own army if it needs to ward of the USA.

    Soon there won’t be a country left the USA is not at war with (real-time or economically) so I expect the USA will trigger a massive war as soon as possible, it is simply in their interest so as not to be completely isolated. War started tomorrow, EU will jump in thru NATO. The day after tomorrow might get precarious for UNCLE SAM.

    An exciting year is an understatement.

    • Roger on January 4, 2018 at 10:45 pm

      Europe needs its own military because the noble banking houses are losing control of their puppet the US government and US intelligence agencies in my opinion. But they will never get it because of the question of which of them will control it all. Too many powerful factions with delusions of godhood and the desire to dominate everything including their fellow peers given half a chance.

    • goshawks on January 5, 2018 at 4:43 am

      The Saker‘s view on “USA + delicate diplomacy”:
      “The Russians … openly began saying that the Americans were ‘недоговороспособны’. What that word means is literally ‘not-agreement-capable’ or unable to make and then abide by an agreement. While polite, this expression is also extremely strong as it implies not so much a deliberate deception as the lack of the very ability to make a deal and abide by it. …to say that a nuclear world superpower is ‘not-agreement-capable’ is a terrible and extreme diagnostic. It basically means that the Americans have gone crazy and lost the very ability to make any kind of deal.

      Again, a government which breaks its promises or tries to deceive but who, at least in theory, remains capable of sticking to an agreement would not be described as ‘not-agreement-capable’. That expression is only used to describe an enti ty [hah!] which does not even have the skillset needed to negotiate and stick to an agreement in its political toolkit. This is an absolutely devastating diagnostic.”

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