I've put on 5 pounds, mostly from popcorn, watching the EU implode, because Italy, as predicted, is playing hardball:

EU Council Cancels Summit Press Conference After Italy Threat To Veto

France's Macron Plans Compulsory Military Service "For Social Cohesion"


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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. FiatLux on July 1, 2018 at 2:46 am

    If the plan is to create a shared sense of “European-ness” among EU citizens by allowing massive non-European immigration, I think the plan is doomed to failure, collective trauma or not. As for France, I’ve spent time there, and I have a really hard time believing any kind of national service is going to ease the ethnic, racial, religious, and social-class tensions.

    Watching the reactions in the French media (both official and “alternative”) over the last couple of years, I’ve seen the immigration creating a surge in feelings of nationalism and an increasing rejection of the EU as currently constructed. Apparently, the same goes for Sweden, Hungary, Poland, and, of course, Italy. So either the EU elites are totally disconnected from the common people’s day-to-day reality (not hard to believe) and making huge miscalculations, or they’re planning to keep the immigrant populations separate from the rest of society for some purpose.

    My first thought was the purpose of immigration was to swell the ranks of the German military: You’ve got an aging ethnic German population, and fewer young Germans. You’ve got fewer people to man the factories and fewer people to serve in the military. So let in a bunch of immigrants to serve as cannon fodder, as Dr. Farrell mentions, to free up the young Germans to work in manufacturing. Alternatively, if you only trust ethnic Germans to be loyal soldiers, you put the young Germans in the military and (somehow) get the immigrants to do all the jobs those Germans would have done.

  2. DanaThomas on July 1, 2018 at 2:37 am

    Macro-thschild’s social “cohesion” is just social engineering, closely related to France’s mining interests in the Sahel. Given the nuttiness of the oligarchs, who believe their own propaganda drawing catastrophic conclusions from birth rate statistcs, the idea of a “Janissary army” may be on the cards. But not everybody will agree about going back to the days of the sultans (and their faithful eunuchs).

  3. goshawks on June 30, 2018 at 4:24 am

    Joseph’s comments reminded me of the American Civil War. One historian noted that – prior to that war – States (and the people thereof) regarded themselves as Marylanders, North Carolinians, etc. The concept we have today as primarily Americans did not really click-in before that war. It was only after the massive sacrifice (word used intentionally) of that war that people thought of themselves primarily as Americans. If this was a pre-planned ‘consequence’, it worked…

    Now, skip forward to the EU of today. They are still in the mold of pre-CW America. Globalists no doubt have noticed this. Contrasts with true-outsider groups (Islamic immigrants) may aid this EU-ization mindset. So might minor forms of ‘forced indoctrination’ (compulsory service). However, I doubt this will really chip-away at Nationhood to the extent ‘needed’. Nothing does that like a shared traumatic experience…

    Yesterday, I shared a view of a possible/probable future. Unfortunately, it would also match the above ‘prerequisites’ for forging a European identity:

    I would monitor the mass-behavior of certain ‘dual citizens’ or ‘crypto-citizens’. If inexplicably there was a mass-movement of those types away from certain cities (perhaps with only a day’s notice), I would take a sudden ‘vacation’, also.

    (Check how many of a certain group were killed when the Towers fell. It has been proven that they were given-word through an in-group ‘warning service’ not to come in to work that day. Funny how that word was not shared with outsiders…)

    • zendogbreath on July 1, 2018 at 12:42 am

      ironic yes. not that funny.

      jason goodman interview with david hawkins:
      www dot utube dot com /watch?v=S9TVLd6ykG8&t=8s

      genius good stuff. reminded me of head of cantor fitzgerald taking his kid to school instead of going in to the office. but he didn’t keep his brother nor the rest of the company out. curiouser what cantor fitzgerald was working on.

    • zendogbreath on July 1, 2018 at 12:45 am

      my suspicion is that playing eu states the way ussa was played in civil war is a planned recipe of baking all into the cake. slightly harder with more languages that must be dumped for a common language. any guesses after the shared trauma required to complete the protocols’ script what that common language forced onto the member states will be?

  4. Robert Barricklow on June 30, 2018 at 12:07 am

    Stick to the .00001% plan.
    Blame the victims: the PIGS.

    In ww1 they put bayonets in the workers hands
    & had them go ate each.

    • Robert Barricklow on June 30, 2018 at 12:07 am

      …at each other.

  5. TRM on June 29, 2018 at 11:02 pm

    Using mercs is always dicey even when they are the French Foreign Legion like all the German POWs starved into signing up for the FFL after WW2. What could possibly go wrong?

  6. paraschtick on June 29, 2018 at 9:00 pm

    Was just listening to you, Dr Farrell on a podcast (not too sure which one, unfortunately … it was a youtube video which didn’t really say what the podcast was) talking about Atlantis, Antarctica, and the Cosmic War.

    Just wanted to let you know in regard to pyramids being mountains, and mountains being planets etc … in Greek Gematria ie isopsephy, “mountain” (translated into greek, of course) = 440 … which links to the side of the Great Pyramid being 440 Royal Cubits (this is coming from memory so …) . There may be much more than this in Isopsephy. I however haven’t found anything else really exciting in my wanderings. Like a lot of things, you have to spend a lot of time on it, and use the correct “wordage”.

    Just thought you would like to know!! 🙂

  7. marcos toledo on June 29, 2018 at 8:39 pm

    When you mention Macron plan of using military service the first thing that sprung to mind was the Romans use of barbarian mercenaries. Attila and Alaric were among the more infamous security risks but then foresight has been lacking in Europe for centuries. Europe has never defined its borders or been to mount a common defense since the present elites are the descendants of earlier barbarian invaders.

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