With Mr. Trump in Great Britain having tea with Queen Elizabeth II, it's time to speculate about those cabinet resignations in Prime Minister May's government that preceded the summit:

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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. Robert Barricklow on July 16, 2018 at 3:24 pm

    • Robert Barricklow on July 16, 2018 at 3:28 pm

      That AI type bug is a nasty critter.
      Need a RAID AI to massively infiltrate the internet.

      • Robert Barricklow on July 16, 2018 at 3:40 pm

        All too soon…
        …we all be in the Greece frying pan.
        That is, if the less than 1% have their Marie Antoinette cake & eat it too.
        All the Mafias dividing the pie, cake, globe.
        Nothing owned by the public.
        They own it all,
        including you?

  2. goshawks on July 15, 2018 at 2:55 am

    Looking back to the queen’s dinner and related questions on the benefits of remaining in the EU, that had to be a carefully-scripted ‘psy-op’ laid out beforehand and executed on cue. Combined with the increase in immigrant fearmongering on the controlled national news, it is evident that the top PTB wanted – and got – Brexit. (One even has to wonder if the British voting apparatus is as ‘porous’ as the American voting apparatus.)

    Now, we have a ‘carefully choreographed’ resignation of upper-level Theresa May officials in perfect synchronous harmony with Trump’s newspaper-interview trashing of Ms May before his visit with the Brit queen. Shades of Brexit ‘manipulation’ again?

    • DanaThomas on July 15, 2018 at 4:30 am

      Well Gos anything is possible including controlled opposition but it seems that now there is infighting in both the British and US oligarchy. This is not to say that “Treason” May’s controllers want a long phase out, though it is not clear what they want as a replacement. Perhaps as a second best to Brexit they are waiting for the EU itself to become a less top-down “progressivist-inspired” structure, thanks to changes in Germany and Italy. The resignations of two cabinet ministers are not necessarily part of a foreign (i.e. US) plot, and reflect the typical dynamics of the system. As for the “official” UK media, it has been full of Russophobia while the “immigrant problem” has disappeared (after peak reporting during the time of the infamous “Camp Calais” no-go zone). Such non-reporting also regards continuing abuse of minors (the “grooming” trials under way) associated with the “Islamic” culture orginating in the Indian Subcontinent….

      • DanaThomas on July 15, 2018 at 4:36 am

        Entrainment, H.O. speculation: at the recent meeting of the top government echelons at the Prime Minister’s country residence to “discuss” yet another Brexit document, I wonder if entrainment of the type experienced by C.A.Fitts was used. She went to a meeting and found herself enthusiastically applauding a speaker, but after pausing and listening better realised that what was being said was pure nonsense.

  3. Richard on July 14, 2018 at 10:24 pm

    . . . Queen Elizabeth II is still the Head of the Commonwealth, last I checked, with its current Secretary-General of the Commonwealth of Nations, Patricia Scotland. . . As for it [Commonwealth] being revivified when UK disembarks from EU when Queen Elizabeth II hasn’t lost the Commonwealth of Nations doesn’t seem quite right. . . It’s likely a matter of retaining real-estate ownership over the remaining 53 countries that are part of the Commonwealth. . .

    . . . One can’t help but wonder if certain folks within the EU had their sights on those member nations. . . Some have mineral wealth and other assets they easily trade for other commodities as was what the “common-wealth” hinted at in the first place. . . UK and its disembarkation from EU proper will simply have its freedom to prosper as before. . . Sounds like a plan, anyway. . .

    . . . As for the lengthy departure some folks have suggested is taking place, there might be low-level checks and balances underway to insure corrective legal practices and monetary conversions in tangible assets and financial recordings (one might of said investigations, but that term seems misleading if not troublesome). . .

    . . . One can understand why there seems some hesitance where President Trump is concerned regarding trade deals with UK. . . Right now, any deals made with UK are, by definition, also with EU and subject to the EU’s protocols. . . President Trump has already made some things clearer about current bad deals with EU. . . Waiting until after March 2019 for trade standardization between UK and US will likely mean no useless tariffs and better clarity in the financials which I suspect might be exchanged with the British pound and not the continental Euro. . .

    . . . Recently, before his resignation, Boris Johnson mentioned something about letting Trump negotiate Brexit. . . Not sure what was meant by that aside from Johnson’s politician’s slur to the businessman Trump. . . Given some of those non-specifics about what was said about suggestion verses advice on Friday and knowing something on how Trump tends to explain himself from a personal view, one will allow for that bit to be suggestion. . .

    Earlier during the year there was some mention from a business source (don’t recall right off) that there might be a means and way of modifying the current North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) to include UK after Brexit to streamline further trade and benefits for all member countries. . . An unusual side track one thought at the time, but that could actually workout for the benefit of each member. . . That would also, to some degree, include member states of the Commonwealth of Nations. . . The future of trade could be very interesting, indeed. . .

    . . . Not a UK resident one really cannot suggest what’s what about borders with Ireland, Scotland, Northern Ireland, England, and Wales. . . Having lived there for 6 years back in the 80’s, one’s preference are NO hard borders, the pound for currency, and dual citizenship between UK and US citizens where births are concerned. . . For what it’s worth, one’s still a loyal fan of the 3rd Earl of Harrow – Lord Sutch, to many others. . . Long story. . . Don’t ask. . . In any case, tea-Earl Gray-hot-with sugar. . .

    • Ronin on July 17, 2018 at 6:00 pm

      Speaking of the Commonwealth, as I understand things, when Elizabeth II dies, the successor of the crown does not automatically become head of the Commonwealth. I’m not exactly sure how they go about “deciding” who will replace the 92 year old Monarch. To me, this will be most telling.

      Finding vetted information on the Queen and her empire is no easy task. There certainly is a LOT of chaff out there to confuse the masses into thinking her position is merely, “symbolic.”

      • DanaThomas on July 18, 2018 at 3:43 am

        At the Heads of Government meeting in London last April they passed a resolution stating that Prince Charles will be the next head of the Commonwealth.

        • Ronin on July 18, 2018 at 9:57 am


  4. anakephalaiosis on July 14, 2018 at 10:12 am

    Brits don’t want the hag bag anymore, so Americans can have her.

    Trump must save royal bacon, by providing new American subjects.

    Remember mad king George. Inbreeding leads to kookiness. 1776.

  5. DanaThomas on July 14, 2018 at 2:00 am

    On a recent visit I saw that newscasts the UK media, especially TV, were much more “insular” than in the past, with very little mention of what is going on in Germany and Italy in relation to the momentous changes under way within the EU. There were however hours of reporting on the rescue of the “cave boys” in Thailand, with people falling like ripe fruit into the emotional mode typical of such broadcasting.

    • DanaThomas on July 14, 2018 at 2:14 am

      On the other hand, for a short time Russophobe ramblings on the UK media were completely eclipsed by news about football (called soccer in the US). As soon as England was out of Russia 2018, they announced with perfect timing the alleged discovery of the “Russian nerve agent” container….

      • LSM on July 14, 2018 at 9:00 am

        many thanks for your very inciteful commentary; I think you’re probably right-

        the world out there isn’t what we’ve been told it is (much more sinister) and anyone still believing the world out there is completely benevolent is completely out of touch with reality-

        Larry in Germany

        • Ronin on July 14, 2018 at 11:17 am

          The vast majority of westerners have their head in the sand in regards to the world and its dangers.

          People seem to feel informed by simply reading the headlines, they lack depth. Without depth, there is no understanding.

          It amazes me how quickly people have become dependent on their government for information and security. Relying solely on outsourcing one’s own personal security is bad on all fronts, the fox is already in the hen house when you need to call for help.

  6. Robert Barricklow on July 13, 2018 at 9:07 pm

    Declaring their Independence[the 1% owners]
    from the EU?

    • Robert Barricklow on July 13, 2018 at 9:57 pm

      Or, are the internationalist going to let England go?

      • Robert Barricklow on July 13, 2018 at 9:59 pm

        In any case, the people certainly don’t have any horse in the race.
        Their government was privatized long ago.

  7. marcos toledo on July 13, 2018 at 8:01 pm

    The only Europeans who got their act together were the Russians on a large scale. The rest of Europe has for centuries been mired in tribal war they have to define the borders of Europe once and for all and who is in and who is out.

  8. DownunderET on July 13, 2018 at 6:51 pm

    When the queen says we should get out of the EU, then that right there is what prompted the vote. Now the thing is, when they do get out watch what happens “WITHIN THE EU”. You can just see it coming, first to bail will be Italy and then France, it won’t happen overnight, but it will happen, the EU is toast.

    • Ronin on July 13, 2018 at 9:22 pm

      I agree. Even the layman could see that the EU is going belly up. What we need to focus on is whats next. If the Queen has advocated that Britan should exit the EU, then it is safe to say, that “they” are already several steps ahead of this inevitability.

      My gut tells me that the Western Elite, have long since infiltrated China and her One Belt. These Oligarchs tend to play both sides in Military War, one would assume that they do the same in an Economic War. This would ensure a nice golden parachute no matter the outcome. Furthermore, if the West does fall, Putin would complete his quest for revenge. The Bear and the Dragon share a common enemy.

      • goshawks on July 15, 2018 at 2:30 am

        This does bring forward a resemblance to the Western/Eastern Roman Empire split. After the establishment of a Western and an Eastern capital, the West degenerated into the Dark Ages, while the East remained semi-intact until the Islamic invasion. Whether there is an overarching ‘financial hegemony’ over all and directing this outcome is the main question…

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