Well, no sooner said than done! Yesterday I did my News and Views from the Nefarium (a day late!) on the EU summit, which Italy threatened to blow up by vetoing any proposals until the refugee crisis was addressed. Well, according to the New York Times, in this article by Steven Erlanger and Katrin Bennhold shared by Mr. H.B.:

E.U. Reaches Deal on Migration at Summit, but Details Sketchy

In my News and Views I noted that the solution - apparently now agreed upon - was to establishing "sorting camps" throughout Europe:

While details were sketchy, the leaders agreed in principle, at least, on how to shore up their external borders and create screening centers for migrants, to decide more quickly whether or not they are legitimate refugees.

But there was something else that really caught my eye in this article, and it ties in directly with my speculation advanced in yesterday's News and Views that there may be a militaristic aspect to this whole story:

The leaders agreed to establish voluntary screening centers on European soil, to ease the burden on countries like Italy, Spain and Greece where migrants first arrive and are registered. They also agreed to study setting up similar centers outside Europe, in North Africa, for example, to screen migrants before they arrive.


Outside Europe, centers would be designed to reduce the number of migrants who risk the sea voyage to the Continent and to disrupt the black economy of people-smuggling. Those rescued at sea could be returned to those centers for screening, not brought to Europe. But again, it was not clear which African countries might agree to house such platforms, or whether they would be compatible with international law.

At this stage, I suspect that obtaining such permissions will be difficult, if not impossible. Which will leave Europe exactly where it was before the summit: what to do about it? However, in that News and Views also tied the refugee problem to the by-now familiar calls from Berlin and Paris for an integrated European military. So my high octane speculation today is a kind of "revision and extension of remarks" from yesterday's News and Views. In the face of probable resistance from African nations to the establishment of such camps, I expect the EU will try to strong arm those nations with offers of trade deals, and threats of sanctions if cooperation is not forthcoming.

But I also suspect something else may be in the cards: the EU will toughen its rules on accepting refugees around the principle of "intergration" into the national societies and cultures once refugee status has been granted. How to prove that? How to exhibit the bona fides? Simply require those refugees to perform, up front, a term of "national service" in the various countries pushing that idea, M. Macron's France being one example. One can therefore expect France to be one of the first countries to establish such "sorting camps".

Time will tell, of course, if this high octane speculation has any merit. But for the moment, the European powers have agreed in principle on a "solution". It's working out the details that will be the crunch, and I put nothing past the Globaloney technocrats in Brussels...

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. GW on July 2, 2018 at 5:39 am

    Do not forget the weapons take-away attempts:
    We are all considered terorists…the rule by money is no longer enough for them…

  2. Gaia Mars-hall on July 1, 2018 at 10:22 am

    Unfortunately Joseph is not being paranoid here but rather prescient. The situation is extremely sick.

  3. Eve Leung on July 1, 2018 at 2:33 am

    The Migrant army is the worse idea I ever hear, yea yea yea they can be pay and fearlessly killing the “enemy”, and one social problem down, but think deeply, what if the “enemy” is the peaceful EU people? At least some of the “people’s army” still have their compassion towards their own people, they will think twice to killing his/her own fellow citizens or fellow country man, if these mercenary turn their gun towards you, they have zero mercy for killing you!!!! DO NOT FALL INTO THAT TRAP!! You are arming a whole bunch guy who will kill anyone for payment!!!!!!!!!

  4. Margaret on June 30, 2018 at 9:29 pm

    That sounds all well & good but not address the problems in Sweden which should be looked at seriously since the majority come to Sweden & then go to Germany & France. Swedish elections are in 2 months & some speculate Sweden’:s SD party or commonly known as the Nazi party will be front & center. Today Lofven announced that Sweden needs to take in more immigrants from the African countries. So if these immigrants continue to come through Sweden, who is going to monitor that to see where they go once they enter Sweden.?

    • FiatLux on July 1, 2018 at 3:30 am

      I’m stunned by reports I’ve seen about Sweden. Apparently, the migrant issue is causing incredible tension in what I always thought was a very peaceful society. From an AP report in May 2018:

      “Sweden is distributing an updated version of a Cold War-era civil emergency advice booklet to some 4.8 million households about what to do in the event of a crisis, including war.
      “The 20-page brochure ‘If Crisis or War Comes’ is about getting the country ‘better prepared’ if public services have been debilitated by accidents, severe weather, IT attacks or ‘in the worst-case scenario, war,’ the Civil Contingencies Agency said.”

      The official story is that this is “a reflection of Stockholm’s concerns over a worsened security situation in the Baltic Sea region . . . Russia has increased military operations there since it annexed the Crimea peninsula from Ukraine in 2014” (i.e., the same old “blame the Russians” meme). But does this have something to do with the migrant situation?

  5. marcos toledo on June 30, 2018 at 9:01 pm

    Its the chickens coming home to roost Europe is getting a taste of its own medicine. It used the Americas Australia as a dump for its social problems and this is nothing new it began after WW2 with emigration to rebuild Europe and has been ongoing ever since.

  6. DanaThomas on June 30, 2018 at 4:16 pm

    The Italian government will in my view not accept any new camps, and at most these would be an “EU” rebranding of existing facilities – if Berlin-Brussels pay up. But they have every intention of setting up camps south of the Libyan border, even without Brussels funding. This means Sudan and above all Niger and Chad which are French colonies in all but name. So we will see lots of other moves on the Grand Chessboard…

    • Katie B on July 1, 2018 at 3:59 am

      Right on the money Dana. Niger, Chad and Sudan. They’re recruiting for people to go work in those countries to set the infrastructure up. I bet Turkey will also donate an island to the problem

  7. Robert Barricklow on June 30, 2018 at 10:59 am

    First they came for the socialist, and I did not speak out-
    Because I was not a socialist.

    This rhymes with a sordid history all too familiar….

    • Robert Barricklow on June 30, 2018 at 11:10 am

      Perform a “national service”?
      What would the NWO types have in mind?
      What would an army of migrants to do
      that citizens would not?

      • Eve Leung on July 1, 2018 at 2:52 am

        The Citizen army wouldn’t kill their fellow country men without hesitation, but Army of Migrants will kill anyone in EU without hesitation for a price!!!! You are talking about – take out your wallet and buy a gun put into the migrant’s hand, he/she wouldn’t mind to kill you with a right price!!!! It is NOT the time to debate rather migrant army is feasible, you should be do your best try to STOP IT!!!!!

        These Migrant army has NO LOVE for your country, your culture and your people!!! They come to your country to seek economic opportunity, if they are the real asylum seeker, they come to your country because they force to leave their home and seek safety, only a few may like to be part of your society!!!! But majorities of them are NOT!!!

      • FiatLux on July 1, 2018 at 3:11 am

        I hadn’t thought of it before, but maybe the idea is to put the immigrants/migrants/refugees into a European army to use against the indigenous Europeans themselves, to keep them in line as the 99.9% get a smaller and smaller part of the economic pie and social tensions increase?? In extreme circumstances, that is something most citizens couldn’t be counted on to do. (I second Eve Leung’s comments.)

  8. goshawks on June 30, 2018 at 6:57 am

    It would have been interesting to be a ‘fly on the wall’ to see what kind of pressure was put on the Italians to submit. And, what was promised them in return…

  9. Tracy on June 30, 2018 at 6:51 am

    What are your thoughts on the Monsanto/Bayer merger? South American Nazis merging with German ones? The franken plants themselves, along with chemtrails, can be weather modifying, life destroying weapons. They definitely cause humidity and excessive heat.

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