That didn't take long...

... Just a few days after President Trump announced that the USA was moving its embassy to Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, Lockheed-Martin announced that it is opening a "pre-school" in that city.

Yes, you read that correctly. Lockheed-Martin is opening a kindergarten in Jerusalem, and, according to this article shared by Ms. K.W., it is footing the bill, to the tune of $250,000 per annum:

Lockheed Martin Is Opening a Preschool in Jerusalem

And according to the article, it is not the only such school the US arms manufacturer is running in Israel:

The company known worldwide for developing state of the art killing machines has several schools in Israeli cities. But the new school will be the first in Jerusalem. It is due to open during the 2018/2019 school year and is said to be quite unique. Israeli sources say that the “facility will seek to foster and boost advanced technology” apparently “from the earliest age possible”.

The purpose of the pre-schools? Apparently, they serve as "early sorting and slotting mechanisms" to identify potential talent in the fine arts of high technology killing:

Kids as early as five or six will be provided with computers and state of the art technology to develop what one presumes will be the finest minds in the art of killing.

Now, before we get to today's trademark high octane speculationTM, I have to give a bit of personal information. Normally, when I run across articles like this, I tend to be quite skeptical. There's a lot of Palestinian-bashing, or Israel-bashing, that goes on in the "alternative media", depending on which source one cites. Don't get me wrong: I've no doubt that in the pressure-cooker of the Middle East, that virtually all the "players" have some sort of version of the radicalized madrasa, where "talent" is identified early on, and groomed appropriately to be suicide bombers or pilots, or whatever particular version of cannon fodder one has in mind. That Israel, surrounded by enemies that want to do it in, would do otherwise, is to stretch the imagination too much. From the strictly Realpolitik and national security point of view, it would be almost suicidal if it did not do more or less the same thing, and develop institutions and mechanisms to "spot talent" and "groom and recruit." One may criticize Israeli policy, or Palestinian policy, and debate those issues endlessly. That's not what interests me here.

What interests me is that bit about supplying computers and "state of the art technology to develop what one presumes will be the finest minds in the art of killing." There is, I suppose, an element or group of people out there that would view that statement as yet another example of "Israel bashing." Whether that is the intention of its author or authors, I do not know. But I do think that they are on to a huge story, because of these articles:

Air Force Reserve sponsors League of Legends gaming team, Cloud9

The US Air Force hopes to recruit you with a virtual reality game

Note that these roll-playing wargames are very popular, and there are literally scores of such games available for play "in the cloud." I long suspected that because of this feature of being "in the cloud" rather than the old-fashioned, purchase-a-game and load-the-disk into your computer, that they could be used for multiple purposes, boiling down to two major ones: (1) accustom the youth to an essentially amoral world of violence and "high-tech killing" utterly lacking in any beauty or transcendence, in other words, to socially engineer a "war culture" that would have made the Teutonic Knights or ancient Sparta green with envy; and (2) to gather data, identify, and profile potential recruits for military and/or intelligence service.

The US Air Force has now confirmed my speculation, and DARPA has similar programs in mind. Doubtless, one will witness the application of the idea not just to roll-playing types of wargames, but to wargames proper, i.e., to games that are operational and strategic in nature - in other words, General Staff types of Kriegspielen, and which require tactical, operational, and strategic military-type skills of organizing, equipping, supplying units, working out logistics, and developing operational strategies for achieving objectives. These types of games have been in use by the military staffs of all major powers since before the beginning of World War One, to test their mobilization plans, and to game out scenarios of what to do in certain situations. Between the World Wars, all the powers developed war plans based on these gamed-out scenarios. Both Britain and the USA, for example, had war plans covering the possibility that the two countries would go to war with each other in the post-World War One world. That seems wildly fanciful now, but it was a potential reality then.

Now couple that idea to the "Gaming recruitment" schemes outlined in these three articles, and you get the idea where today's trademark high octane speculation is going: eventually the idea will be extended to these types of games. For the real wargame afficionado (or "gorgnard" as they are called), this means one can expect classic non-roll-playing wargame platforms such as The Operational Art of War going "in the cloud" and being used to "spot talent" for "recruitment." This is already being done in virtually every service branch of every power, so the only thing that remains is to take the idea "public."

Which brings us back to Lockheed-Martin and Israel, for the implication of this story is clear, and frighteningly simple: preparations are underway for the "possibility" of a general Middle East War.

And as I've been constantly warning, "the fulfillment is the deception."

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. Eve Leung on June 11, 2018 at 12:55 am

    My words, I feel so sorry for those children who study in those type of school,
    Just as per the phase quot from How to Train Your Dragon II: Good dragon force to do bad thing… End quot.

    Good kids trick to do bad thing when they grow up……

  2. BetelgeuseT-1 on June 9, 2018 at 9:25 pm

    The picture is much bigger than just this warfare gaming and profiling.
    It includes Google, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, to name a few. All gigantic vacuum cleaners of personal information and character profiling, to be used for whatever purpose by our technocratic overlords. Feeding all this data into AI would be one purpose.
    You could even call this story a Limited Hangout.
    Mentioning this Lockheed Martin story in the media while ignoring the elephant in the room.
    Moral of the story?
    Unplug yourself from this Matrix, as much as possible.

    As the Doc said, all this simulated warfare, be it games, movies, articles, on-line advertisements that are so prevalent over the last few years, are a precursor and conditioning for an upcoming real war. Or at least the attempt to get it started. There can be little doubt that this war is going to originate in the Middle East.
    The quote “That Israel, surrounded by enemies that want to do it in”.
    Well, what do you expect when you literally drop the cat (Israel) among the pigeons (the Arab countries that surround it)? Are the pigeons just supposed to sit there and have themselves killed off?
    Was the cat put there for it to be killed and eaten by the pigeons? No, of course not. It was put there to kill the pigeons and take over their living space.
    Perhaps the cat is white, feverishly being stroked by his master…

  3. Levi G on June 7, 2018 at 8:33 pm

    So the MK army of MPD’s is out, and now they will brainwash a whole legion of spartan like keyboard warriors, insistent on defending their masters’ and their right to rule all.

  4. marcos toledo on June 7, 2018 at 7:06 pm

    I would add a Robin Williams film Toys and War Games to the list of films dealing with video games. Jon beat me to it mentioning The Last Starfighter to train and search out potential warriors among children for future killing fields. The Gladiator games have truly gone global.

    • goshawks on June 7, 2018 at 10:11 pm

      You and Jon reminded me of “The Last Starfighter” from my boyhood days. Good film. (Especially enjoyed the young hero landing at the trailer park and sweeping-up his soulmate.) It would be cool to do a mini-remake of that film, keeping the original characters and substituting-in modern computer-graphics (a delicate blending, to keep the ‘tone’ right)…

    • Tom on June 11, 2018 at 6:44 pm

      Toys was seriously prescient. I would go as far as to say that the people that wrote the movie had some inside info, it was made in 1992.

  5. Truthteller on June 7, 2018 at 6:50 pm

    Where is the Nazi International in all this? Is the military industrial complex largely in the hands of the Nazi International, at least the corporations like Lockheed-Martin? Is the CIA in the control of the Nazi International – and the Pentagon in the hands of Americans?

  6. Richard on June 7, 2018 at 5:46 pm

    “Goshawks” mentioned, “Young brains are ‘plastic’; they re-optimize around whatever stimulation is provided.”. .

    . . . In my opinion, that’s a fair assessment, despite what ‘Lockheed Martin” might suggest as an aerospace industry. . . The children and later upper grade students also have the background upbringing of the State of Israel as well as the various cultural subtleties of the state, region, and people. . . Over five thousand years’ worth of teachings from the elders by the elders imprints uniquely on malleable young minds and brains. . . Pre and post hormonal maturity years are a whopper when personal influence is considered to say little about how more sophisticated the study of mind has become as well as the manipulating of it early on. . .

    . . . In any case this is not specific to Israel, one can also note the upbringing in North Korean schools where the elders there introduce computers and, especially, code writing at a young age and while doing so ferret out those young folks who have special skills and are adept at what the state needs for its future. . . The young are less likely to stumble into computer skills with a gift for code as they are deliberately found out early on and that interest nurtured. . . The young may not always do as they are told, but at least their elders have a good idea of whom have the coding gift. . .

    . . . There’s much more, but the gist of it seems to start young in societies considered otherwise closed. . . There are many other examples of [types] of schooling with an intended goal of fostering specific teaching(s). . . Now, more than before, what’s understood of mind can be guided with specific goals, and with specific schooling. . .

  7. goshawks on June 7, 2018 at 4:38 pm


    In my opinion, Lockheed was likely ‘leaned on’ to provide funding for these schools. Lockheed builds the F-35 stealth fighter-bomber. The US has provided a few dozen to Israel (some out bombing in Syria, right now), but a second larger order is in the wings. Lockheed may have been *nudge-nudge, wink-wink*-ed to ‘contribute funds’ to assure no reduction in order numbers. Plausible deniability…

    Young brains are ‘plastic’; they re-optimize around whatever stimulation is provided. That is the source of the Mozart music craze. Obvious possibilities exist for manipulation of young brains into darker channels. What is less known is that there is also a ‘growth spurt’ in the brain in the mid-teens (see Joseph Chilton Pearce’s work). In my opinion, the rise of computer games is meant to target this final opportunity for re-optimizing. (After this growth spurt, the brain then ‘prunes-away’ a substantial part of under-used neurons. This is semi-permanent.)

    We see the darksiders at play as demon-strated in Joseph’s article. I wonder whether lightsiders have the same “observation and recruitment” schemes running in the background. Less obvious. Under the radar…

  8. Jon on June 7, 2018 at 3:55 pm

    Again, Hollyweird has been the harbinger of such things – going clear back to “The Last Starfighter” (circa 1979 or so), and repeated in Stargate Universe’s pilot, as well as “Ender’s Game;” the use of such gaming technology to spot and train “talent” has been well told.

    The Stargate case is particularly pertinent, as it was the U.S. Air Force using a cloud based game to recruit a sufficiently smart person to solve the puzzle of an alien artifact.

    And then there’s Eve Online, an entire Universe of corporation-run wild west solar systems, replete with big business, pirates, wars, and serious shoot-em-up battles which can involve thousands of people around the world. (Not to mention the “live forever by downloading your consciousness into a new body every time you die” basis for the characters.) The graphics have to be seen to be believed, and the corporate finance and battle strategies and tactics are real-time and cutthroat (kind of like “real life”).

    I wonder if it is strange enough for Hunter S. Thompson yet?

  9. davidmflatley on June 7, 2018 at 2:20 pm

  10. Robert Barricklow on June 7, 2018 at 12:05 pm

    Opening a…? second, third, fourth; or, simply give some ink preschool.
    Only read the first sentence.
    And, like the white rabbit I’ve got to go…

    • Robert Barricklow on June 7, 2018 at 1:58 pm

      Perhaps the chosen ones will also be provided some royal jelly to prepare them for the hive mindset? W/all the autonomous robots in the “game”; a purpose accident is quite possible.
      But where would Russia & China go; w/their partner Iran in the crosshairs of “live” fire?

      • Robert Barricklow on June 7, 2018 at 1:59 pm

        Don’t worry.
        It’s just a game?

  11. anakephalaiosis on June 7, 2018 at 8:18 am


    Desktop soldiers from behind
    strike with joystick,
    while crocodiling at the wall
    rivers of tears.

  12. Kahlypso on June 7, 2018 at 7:21 am

    I remember the good ol’ days.. when it was just religious dogma that was hammered into our children’s heads.. Now it’s Corporate sponsership of the worst kind.. Who better to create and implement and therefore be ready to use it.. (I remember Dr J mentionning something along these lines with the Pyramid weapon; its not the capacity to create it that’s the problem.. its the moral bankruptcy necessary to be able to use it..)) the greatest biggest baddest weapon ever.. then someone who’s had artisanal rockets fired on them all their life….
    (heck imagine the firepower they COULD have created if they’d built the school in Palestine.. just before the Isrealiens bulldozed it back into the ground…)
    But.. where will they place this school??? They already had to destroy homes and families who’d been in place for a thousand years in order to rebuild those important peace gardens for tourists to stroll around in.. How on earth will they fit a new school in ?? Perhaps by bulldozing some more Palestiniens into the ground?

  13. basta on June 7, 2018 at 6:47 am

    Movies (several awful ones, the latest and most explicit being Ender’s Game) have been made of the subject of grooming youth for a “virtual reality” war; in fact it’s pretty much a Hollywood teen sub-genre now. Good ole predictive programming.

    Can’t wait till they build the Eye of Sauron on the Temple Mount.

    • Kahlypso on June 7, 2018 at 7:52 am

      They dont even know where the temple was on the temple mount.. An entire church to worship a piece of rock?? Where a boy was going to be murdered by his own father because a voice in his head told him to do it??? The Romans did far too good a job (which makes me seriously doubt the Templers found anything… Colliseums dont pay for themselves…) in destroying the 2nd Temple. The Isrealiens dont even agree on where it used to be.
      Sauron…..Have you seen the first symbolic representation of Anzu when he’s killed by Ninurta? https://www.google.com/search?client=firefox-b-ab&biw=1280&bih=950&tbm=isch&sa=1&ei=NhcZW_3vNYiRsgGruI-YDg&q=Anzu+Ninurta&oq=Anzu+Ninurta&gs_l=img.3..0i8i30k1.1404.1404.0.2676.….0…1c.1.64.img..0.1.105….0.F2PYvVuvpV4#imgrc=GGJVf9CDmdMFTM:

      • Don B on June 7, 2018 at 9:45 am

        ” Where a boy was going to be murdered by his own father because a voice in his head told him to do it???” And don’t forget Job who was told everything will be all right, and in the end he not only got another family…. but a much better one than those losers he had before. db

      • basta on June 7, 2018 at 11:06 am

        “They don’t even know where the temple was on the temple mount”

        Shhh! Don’t let it get out !

        Irony of ironies, the so-called Temple Mount is actually the remains of the Roman garrison; the temple mount was on a much smaller hilltop farther away. So it’s amusing to say the least to see everyone groveling at the Wailing Wall when in fact it’s the base of the rampart of their oppressor’s fortress, where the soldiers tossed the garbage. Anyway, carry on! lol

        Several researchers have spent decades trying to break through the centuries of propaganda with these obvious facts (the Mount is laid out as a standard Roman fortress, right down to the measurements used, and the Bible and contemporary accounts are clear about where the actual site was).

        But the site is so big and impressive, it just has to be where the temple stood! Erm, no. Sorry, it was in reality rather insignificant and is long long gone.

        • goshawks on June 7, 2018 at 4:09 pm

          On the real Temple Mount location, I recommend Ralph Ellis’ great book, “Solomon, Falcon of Sheba – The Tombs of King Solomon and the Queen of Sheba Discovered” (updated and republished as “Solomon, Pharaoh of Egypt”). In it, Ellis tracks down the location of the proto-Israeli capital city – and hence its Temple Mount – on the eastern delta of the Nile River. It turns out that the proto-Israelites – the Hyksos kings – left Egypt proper (the Exodus) and yet clung to its fringe. The proto-Israelites established their primary capital city not at Zion (Jerusalem) but at Zoan (Tanis) on the Nile Delta…

          If you want your mind blown, read these two articles by Ellis:

          (If you get hooked and want to read the details, it is probably best to start on Ellis’ earlier books and work your way up to “Solomon” to really appreciate his depth of research.)

          • BetelgeuseT-1 on June 9, 2018 at 9:33 pm

            Yes, hiddenmysteries.org is an interesting site. Bought a couple of books by David H. Lewis a few years back. Interesting stuff, although has been difficult to verify some of the claims that he makes, i.e. these hidden chambers deep beneath the Great Pyramid. That tunnels exist beneath the Giza Plateau is without question, I’ve seen them myself, but if they indeed lead to the chambers that he claims, I have not been able to confirm.

    • goshawks on June 7, 2018 at 3:41 pm

      Basta, you beat me to it! “Ender’s Game” popped-up immediately…

  14. DanaThomas on June 7, 2018 at 5:19 am

    Recruitment? Joseph, that is the REASON why the online “games” were pushed. The “entertainment” aspect is purely incidental.
    Even with games not involving the “virtual killing” of some “enemy” (mostly gambling), the important thing is hooking youth with physical-emotional manipulation: first the exitement of playing (the adrenaline rush) and then the reward (the endorphin rush).

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