French President Macron has lost his mind, and Russian sociologist Alexander Dugin weighs in on the cultural paradigm behind the Yellow Jackets protests in France:

Macron Pleads With Protesters To Honor France's Long Legacy Of Peaceful Revolutions

Uprising in France – The Anatomy of Populism and Challenging the Matrix By Aleksandr Dugin


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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. zendogbreath on December 13, 2018 at 10:32 pm

    so what ya all are saying is that macron is going to disappear like ken lay and that president of sweden that allegedly got assassinated. think they’ll stage a false flag assassination on macron and make him a globalist martyr?

    • zendogbreath on December 13, 2018 at 10:39 pm

      whenever i hear someone so well connected speak so ironically stupid (think of w “i don’t mind when people misunderestimate me.” bush (crowley’s grandson)) it makes a part of my anatomy itch with foreboding. is something wicked this way coming? is macron leaving a trail of crumbs for some monster to follow?

  2. Vajra on December 13, 2018 at 8:38 pm

    It’s fairly clearly the case that power based hierarchy/the rule of the elites has in the modern era often been hidden behind the facade of/the seeming struggle between the left and right wings in politics.
    In geopolitics too, since this same supposed polarity was the publicly expressed rationale for WW2 (fascism versus supposedly democratic systems of government) and the subsequent cold war.
    Also socially, in that for example when various social or labour movements have in the apparent battle for worker’s rights with employers gained significant power this somehow has always seemed to result in the creation of more mostly self-interested elites.
    It’s meanwhile long been clear that the self-interested elites at the top of the systems of visible and less visible hierarchical power that run our societies have almost always paid only lip service to the interests of the punters they supposedly serve, but have in practice in their own interest cut deals and co-operated with ostensibly opposing elites/power centres.
    These situations are never 100% one way or the other, but the superficial left/right polarity has arguably been in large part about keeping the punters target fixated and unaware of what really has been going on in the background.
    Hence for example stuff like various Western financial and industrial elites doing business with both their own and the opposing side in WW2 and afterwards, the typical alliance between institutional religion and civil power, suppression of potentially world changing and fundamental problem solving information and technologies, false flag attacks and drug dealing by ‘security’ agencies against their own peoples, regulators in bed with those they supposedly regulate, public ‘servants’ that don’t etc etc.
    If the Dugin analysis is correct then the yellow jacket rebellion in France (Italy and the US too) is perhaps essentially a case of the elites having become so sloppy in their management of the deception that the punters have been jolted into awakening – into realising that they are (again) being sold down the river by the people in power that purport to represent their interests.
    Defence of cultural values is probably not a bad (if not entirely accurate) label for what is going on.
    If it’s remotely true it’s unlikely the elites can win without significantly upping the ante – it’s an established principle in management for example that organisational culture is tough to change.
    That managers pushing policies which blatantly place them in opposition to cultural values and who fail to sell/gain support for change are unlikely to carry the day.
    This is potentially a very positive development, in that our deference to and our reliance on power based hierarchy to run our affairs is at the root of so many of the intractable problems that beset the modern world.
    The power hungry elites at the top of these hierarchies can’t for structural reasons and are anyway not interested in addressing complex longer term issues (runaway military and related spending, weapons of mass destruction, climate change, environmental destruction, social inequality, government dysfunctionality, energy, food, health/medicine and so on), while the punters within instead of doing what is right are instead heavily conditioned to blindly defer to power, and to narrowly focus on staying clean within/getting ahead in the short term in the hierarchy.
    Neither sees it as their role or priority to address the larger scale longer term issues which actually represent their and the wider population’s true interest.
    The critical question is what is driving the current uprisings.
    Do they represent a genuine awakening and a reaching by populations towards self responsibility – their taking back their power from the elites, their holding them accountable, and the initiation of more enlightened value systems?
    Or are they just more of the normal infighting between self interested parties?
    If the former then we perhaps are finally on the way towards more enlightened systems of social organisation more likely to work for the greater good.
    If the latter (if the driver is not a genuine awakening, but instead a stirring consequent to a chance alignment of narrow self-interests) then we may well see the current elites overthrown or significantly weakened – but replaced by more of the same…

    • zendogbreath on December 14, 2018 at 1:35 am

      hmm. pretty much.

      did anyone see any of the provocateurs changing out of their police and military uniforms and into yellow vests before starting a riotous rampage yet?

      i’m hearing stories from a few sources. wonder how long before macaroni gets the excuse he needs to state sponsored terrism and control crackdowns.

      • zendogbreath on December 14, 2018 at 1:39 am

        anyone here see those videos of maidan of snipers shooting cops and protesters alike?

        • Sandygirl on December 14, 2018 at 11:24 am

          Or how about that look on Jeb Bush face when Laura Bush showed him the note at the funeral. And a few others who received a mysterious envelope.
          Worldwide we all are in a political, cultural and spiritual war, a battle for our lives and souls.

  3. marcos toledo on December 13, 2018 at 6:42 pm

    The question that should be asked who are the real puppetmasters of Europe and for how long they have been pulling the strings and pushing the buttons.

    • gizadeathstarcommentator on December 13, 2018 at 8:39 pm

      The real puppetmasters are not human and not in the same dimension as the minions who serve them. Some you know of as the Illuminati gods (eg Baal, Moloch etc) from long ago in ancient Sumeria, Babylon etc. Others you have never heard of. This has been going on for a very looong time. This world is a ranch and we are the livestock.

      • Foglamp on December 16, 2018 at 1:25 am

        Agreed. We are a third-density planet with a fourth-density control system. We the sheeple are indeed being controlled, manipulated and harvested for our energies; but more of us need to remember that, while shepherds need sheep, sheep don’t need shepherds.

  4. goshawks on December 13, 2018 at 5:12 pm

    As I was listening to Joseph, I couldn’t help running up and down the ‘levels of control’ in my mind. Where does it stop, or what is the highest pyramid? (Or, in a Matrix sense, how many levels of illusion are involved before you get to ‘real air’? And beyond being just a battery…)

    There are many levels involved, working down from political agendas to economic agendas to cultural agendas to even religious agendas. The one that I have centered-on today is the one most ‘lacking’ in today’s reporting: spiritual progress. Virtually everything is crafted to keep us from looking Within and finding out who we really are. The whole ‘playing field’ is set up to keep us busily-occupied Without, from birth to death. This gives a new slant to the old phrase, “Where there is no vision, the people perish…”

    At its deepest level, I believe the people are aware that something is ‘wrong’; that there is an existential threat in the air. If there is a Sheldrake-style Morphogenetic Field of Humanity (call it the deepest ‘cultural level’, if you wish), that underlying-unity knows it is under siege. The ‘job’ of the baddies is to keep that Feeling vague, unfocused, and unempowered. The ‘job’ of the goodies is to push that Feeling toward clarity and resolvement…

    • Robert Barricklow on December 13, 2018 at 6:18 pm

      Reminds me Goshawks of when I was in the finance business. A former box man[craps game employee in casino] turned apartment manager[asst. finance mgr. in “banking business when I worked w/him] pocketed all the credit check fees he bogusly charged potential renters. At that time there was really no need. You pay the rent, or your locked/kicked out. When he left, they kept charging fees[the assistants, now in charge, thought it was legit]. Eventually this charge became corporate policy throughout the industry. Just as the mafias continually complain that governments keep moving in on their successful business models.

      Do those now in charge really know the down & dirty story of why it is, like it is?

    • Joseph P. Farrell on December 13, 2018 at 6:44 pm

      Yes… ding ding ding on that observation about a Sheldrake like morphogenetic field.

  5. DownunderET on December 13, 2018 at 5:01 pm

    I’ve said it before here and I’ll say it again, how in the hell did the French people elect this moron imposter.

    Well Macron will go down in French history as the dumbest man ever elected, and it will be interesting to see how the French people vote at the next election, oh and Marie Le Pen must be a shoe in imo.

    • Robert Barricklow on December 13, 2018 at 6:00 pm

      [$]Election too far away.
      The Rothschild’s will engineer a solution; if this isn’t part of one.

    • Joseph P. Farrell on December 13, 2018 at 6:48 pm

      I imagine that the political landscape in France is going to change dramatically. whether that helps Le Pen in the next election remains to be seen, but I can’t imagine that it will HURT her. The real question is whether it will help her enough. She remains a socialist in many respects, and many of the protesters are not aligned with that. She may have to change some of the National Front’s doomestic policies (and they’ve done it before).

      • Robert Barricklow on December 14, 2018 at 1:02 pm

        F. William Engdahl believes Le Pen had the election.
        It was stolen.

  6. WalkingDead on December 13, 2018 at 3:30 pm

    Lest we forget, puppets have no control over their actions. It’s the man pulling the strings.

    • Robert Barricklow on December 13, 2018 at 5:58 pm

      Reminds me of an old blues song line,
      “Your pulling all the right strings baby,
      but you got the wrong Pinocchio.”.

  7. DanaThomas on December 13, 2018 at 2:51 pm

    France’s “peaceful” revolutions: The Terror, Bonaparte, 1848. Vichy also claimed to be “revolutionary”. Then came the OAS, thwarted by DeGaulle. Macron had better thank his lucky stars that the guillotine set up in Paris was only a “symbolic replica”.

    • Robert Barricklow on December 13, 2018 at 5:52 pm

      When they asked the son of revolution its definition
      Bonaparte replied, “Three meals away.”.

  8. Robert Barricklow on December 13, 2018 at 11:54 am

    Perhaps he’s right, in the sense, that he himself has no French culture, as sociopaths; who make great politicians.., err puppets – are apt to become deaf to human cultural attributes.
    In listening/viewing; I wondered: whose spoon-feeding this idiot? Is the puppet w/o an electronic teleprompter feed[generally written/vetted by puppet masters]?
    “Nothing to loose our heads over.” LOL!

    In short:
    The Culture of the People vs. the Global Technocratic Inhuman.

    Recently I’ve developed a new meme.
    Rather than goodbye, or see you soon, I say:
    Stay Human.

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