Mr. G.P. spotted this important story from Russia's RT site, and passed it on. As you might have guessed from the title of today's blog, it has my high octane speculation motor running in overdrive, for earlier this week I blogged about Robert F. Kennedy Jr.'s interview with Fox Network personality Tucker Carlson on the legal immunities afforded to the vaccine industry/Big Pharma, speculating on the possibility that some of his remarks during that interview might indicate that some sort of quiet "mafia war" might be taking place in the mafia mobocracy that is Globaloneyism.

There's another indicator that such might be taking place, and it's this:

‘We are coming’: Chilling Blackwater ad triggers fears of Trump seeking to privatize Mideast wars

In a nutshell, the article speculates that the recent resignation of General Mattis from the Trump administration might not be quite the harbinger of a policy change in Syria that many think it to be. The policy may indeed have changed, according to the article, but not necessarily in such a fashion that the USA is getting out of Syria, but rather, turning over operations to a corporate proxy and actor:

The resurrection within the military contractors’ market of notorious Blackwater, which, after numerous scandals and several rebrandings, is now known as Academi, has analysts looking deeper into US intent to withdraw from the wars in the Middle East. The advertisement in Recoil, made public after Defense Secretary Jim Mattis announced his resignation, prompted concerns that president Donald Trump might be seeking to privatize ongoing American engagements in Afghanistan and Syria, following the declared troops' withdrawal from the region.

The main supporter of the idea of privatizing the US fighting in the Middle East has been Erik Prince, the former head of Blackwater. The longtime Republican sold the company in 2010 but has maintained communications with Trump, reportedly trying to lobby his inner circle to replace the US military presence in the region with mercenaries. Mattis, who served in the Persian Gulf War, Afghanistan and Iraq, firmly rejected the idea.

“With Mattis now gone it is conceivable that Trump now may reevaluate” Prince's proposal, Michael Maloof, former Pentagon security analyst, told RT.

But whether or not Mr. Trump eventually green lights Mr. Prince's proposal to "privatize" (and thus, in my opinion, to piratize) middle eastern conflict, I suspect the real story here is that we're getting a first major-media public glimpse at a trend that is bound to increase, regardless of what Mr. Trump may or may not decide to do. Mr. Globaloney has been preaching about the need to turn over global governance to corporations and big banks for a long, long time. Think only of vowel-less Zbgnw Brznsk's books The Technotronic Era and The Global Chessboard or David Rockefailure's Memoirs where he openly boasts about advocating treasonous views. Think, also, of Mad Madam Merkel's recent pronouncements about giving up national sovereignty, and ignoring the clear and express wishes of national citizenries, all to inaugurate the New World Order. Or, conversely, think only of Russian President Putin's remarks against the globaloneyist dogmas.

Any way one slices it, corporations and banks, if they're truly going to "run" things, will have to have militaries in order to enforce their will. Thus far, they have hidden behind national militaries. But indeed, with corporate (defense contractor) control of advanced technologies and the increased reliance of governments on such corporations for their communications, record-keeping, security and so on, there's really no reason to prevent corporations from announcing their de facto sovereignty by recruiting their own security and mercenary forces.  (And besides, if my speculation about the Middle Eastern wars being as much about acquiring and holding ancient records and technologies and archeological sites be true, privatizing the whole enterprise puts yet another veil of security around the operation). And there's another reason perhaps pressuring the move to military corporatization: what if corporation X is unsatisfied with the result, say, of a recent government contract bid, or, indeed, if a government contract has been awarded without any competition at all, to corporation Y? Corporation X feels it has been slighted, that the scales are deliberately tipped against it. How will it enforce its interests against corporation Y?

In other words, and to put it country simple, we might be looking at a future when wars are fought, not just between countries, but between counties like Russia (clearly not interested in being a player in Mr. Globaloney's vision of a tyrannical corporate future), and corporations, or for that matter, between corporations themselves.

And corporations, unlike countries, are not signatories to things like the Geneva convention or treaties outlawing the use of certain types of weapons. Their corporate charters do not enshrine, nor are they required to enshrine, any statements of recognition of human rights such as are enshrined in the Bill of Rights. They do not subscribe to "rules of engagement."

There is one thing that might stand in the way of such a grizzly future, besides Russian hypersonic thermonuclear cruise missiles, but I'll let you figure that one out for yourself...

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. Ben Marlin on January 22, 2019 at 10:16 pm

    If we relied on Blackwater to protect the vital national interests of the United States, then we would be in trouble. However, if we farm out unnecessary conflicts (like Syria) to Blackwater, who cares?

    Asserting the territorial/national integrity of the United States should only be shouldered by American citizens. Rome is our example of the corrupting of loyalty of the armed forces.

  2. zendogbreath on January 7, 2019 at 12:05 am

    someone please help me out here – and gosh, you’re the number one suspect.

    who put me up to listening to tommy williams last week?

    g’s mon.

  3. Waterbug on January 5, 2019 at 9:32 pm

    goshawks, thank you for bringing up this valid point.

    “However, remember that corporations are a fiction. So are big banks. So are the Intel agencies. They have been ‘fronts’ for powerful individuals (perhaps not entirely human) for a long, long time.”

    Another point – all corporations are beholding to those who hold their Charter that can be revoked, assets liquidated and the corporation dissolved when FRAUD committed. Why? There is no statute of limitations on fraud.

    Today, just about all countries have been UNLAWFULLY converted to corporations; legal fictions – A CREATION OF ROME who holds ALL Corporate Charters.

    When America founded and AFTER the 13 Colonies separated from England, you could not start a business without a Charter from the State where you wanted to do business. In your American Common Law Petition [differs from England Common Law] you had to specify the length of time you needed the Charter and purpose for your business; ie. who would benefit…such as building a bridge. The peoples benefit came first, then your profit if you wanted your Petition approved.

    It’s time the boys wearing dresses were reminded of their creation.

  4. Waterbug on January 5, 2019 at 8:32 pm

    CORRECTION: words omitted

    The first war with the most death, destruction, suffering and misery on our soil

  5. Waterbug on January 5, 2019 at 8:24 pm

    The first war in this country was a mercenary action sponsored by the British. There never was a so called “Civil War”. How do I know? In order to have a war, Congress must make a Declaration of War. When the war ends, a Peace Treaty must be signed. Neither document exists in the Archives. Abe Lincoln was far from ever being honest. He used his German friend’s writing, The Lieber Code and placed the country under the authority of the Grand Army of the Republic. After his bankruptcy, a Corporation from Scotland took over and began using our name, conveniently omitted the INC from the end. Why do you suppose some in Congress walked out and started the Confederation of Southern States? They knew and the press covered it up spinning the tales we were told. Military Rule still stands.

    If you still think Abe was a small country lawyer, lived in a log cabin and the rest of the warm fuzzy, it’s time for the Truth. His handlers did a better invention of him than the CIA creation for Obummer who also bankrupted the country before leaving office. Lincoln was a big time Chicago lawyer working for the Railroads sleeping with his fellow lawyers and personally handled 77 bankruptcies. He was deathly afraid of marriage, but had to bite the bullet of his handlers. Perhaps the reason for conflicts with Mary? Don’t know but — Just like Obummer, Lincoln was not his birth name. Long, long story of the money trail back to France, England, and North Carolina with sprinkles of NJ and NY that would blow your socks off.

    Private wars have been occurring a long time. When you dig deep enough, WWI looks more like a private war between the Monarchs and European families. Same with WWII as the King Rat FDR was working behind the curtain with others to kick it off. He also bankrupted the country in 1933. Back then, the US Coast Guard was always under the Department of Transportation; exception during war time and then under the Navy…and the Navy since inception has always been under the British where it currently remains. Well, the King Rat FDR wrote an order to put the US Coast Guard under the Navy November 1, 1941. Representatives from Australia were feeding the King Rat movements of the Japanese Fleet until December 7, 1941. Of course, the Press knew and worked feverishly with the criminals in government to conceal the facts from the great unwashed.

    Veerryy Interesting…as the character on “Laugh In” said.
    Three UNLAWFUL criminal Presidents who also bankrupted our country and caused the deaths and suffering of millions.

    • zendogbreath on January 7, 2019 at 12:03 am

      and then the all get lionized, right?

      so if i believed in coincidence, i wouldn’t wonder if there’s a reason why a q=tuber got me to read up on the payseur family last week. might that be related to your comments on that hick from springfield il?

  6. Sandygirl on January 5, 2019 at 1:22 pm They launched 4 satellites the size of smart phones but didn’t report on what the satellites are programmed for.
    ” They’re trying to intentionally unleash commercial activity in space, have companies come in and do what previously governments tried and hopefully do it better, cheaper, faster”

  7. anakephalaiosis on January 5, 2019 at 6:08 am

    It is the glory of Christ, that empowers the goyim (nations). It is no coincidence, that in national crisis, the ancient Hebrew word “goyim” enters the public mind.

    The concept of microcosm and macrocosm is well known. The concept of mesocosm (Adam) is relatively unknown, and yet that defines goyim (nations) precisely.

    The Tower of Babel moment is, when mesocosm becomes a broken mirror, that shatters the collective notion, into fragments of dispersed existence.

  8. zendogbreath on January 4, 2019 at 11:30 pm

    doc, you’re intercorporate conflicts reminds me of what we heard happen during the ussr collapse. weren’t there oligarchs fighting oligarchs long before putin got enough power consolidated to put competitors in jail for tax evasion? i remember stories about trainloads being hijacked by small armies enroute to their destinations – stolen from one oligarch by another oligarch.

    • zendogbreath on January 5, 2019 at 12:57 am

      the going below the public radar to have greater autonomy does sound the most likely idea.

      most of the comments below get me thinking about all the aspects of life that will just work right and fine of themselves if they’re allowed to. but no – because banks, armies, corruption, accounting fraud, and on. it’s like we’re all looking at all these topics and various details on them like the wise blindfolded men touching different parts of the elephant trying to decide what the animal is. and our resolutions are all varied ideas on how to untie a gordian knot.

      wonder what might happen if the knot in question dissolved.
      will let ya all know if anything changes once i can sit in ice a minute.

    • Joseph P. Farrell on January 6, 2019 at 12:45 am


  9. Richard on January 4, 2019 at 9:58 pm

    A legitimate nation / nation state prosecuting a war is like having one or more appendages tied up while in a fighting rink. . . Loosening those bindings and that confrontation often yields a quicker resolve. . .

    Destabilization has many tributaries feeding the narrative of diplomatic cause and subsequent kinetic change. . . News outlets offer several versions for their presumptive audiences. . . Knowing how to effectively utilize the variables of battle or engagement, intelligence being one of a top dozen, or so, are essential requisites toward victory or successfully achieving goals pursued. . .

    Superlatives aside an otherwise old song and dance. . . One need only follow the money to learn of the players and resources sought. . . Note that the names continue to change to confuse and evade national conventions – those troublesome rules. . .

  10. DownunderET on January 4, 2019 at 8:02 pm


    • WalkingDead on January 5, 2019 at 8:06 am

      The answer to that can be found in the Talmud, Torah, Koran, and Bible. Three entirely different mind sets that will never coexist peacefully.

      • Pierre on January 6, 2019 at 6:48 pm

        alternatively those are all of the Oriental/Semitic/Zoroastrian mindset that has done little good for the Nordic/Aryan/Whitie people who once dominated those regions before they were mongrelised. That might be part of the need to hide history from us gullible goyim types. (Or alternatively to construct such theories and get that almost judaic nazi juice flowing again to have us destroy each other).

        Privatised or Nationalised makes no difference to the central banking scam. Never a clear answer to who prints the money, why does the government pay any interest if it prints the money as it says it does, and if not, who gets the interest, and the money, and why?

        • goshawks on January 8, 2019 at 2:46 am

          Pierre, one of my all-time-favorite TV moments occurred during the Obama pre-nomination “Town Hall” meetings – I believe in Pennsylvania. Obama had just speechified and was taking questions from the audience. He picked a literal ‘sweet little old lady’ to ask a question. She stood up and asked him, “Why does the government pay the Fed any interest, if it could just print the money itself?”

          Obama reeled back (literally) as though she had thrown a snake at him. He obviously knew exactly what those ‘unmentionable’ issues were. Priceless. (Obama hemmed and hawed and never answered her question, which was also interesting.)

          (Not particularly picking on Obama, as all candidates are carefully vetted and ‘approved’ before being allowed any prominence…)

  11. goshawks on January 4, 2019 at 7:47 pm

    Joseph: “…if my speculation about the Middle Eastern wars being as much about acquiring and holding ancient records and technologies and archeological sites be true, privatizing the whole enterprise puts yet another veil of security around the operation.”

    Yep, that about sums it up. I have been reading several authors tracing the origins of Anunnaki-types (earthly territory-wise). They all seem to ‘converge’ in that area encompassing eastern Turkey, northeastern Syria, western Iran, and so on. Andrew Collins has even traced the anecdotal ‘Garden of Eden’ (E.Din in Sumerian) down to one mountain-ringed valley (Plain of Mu) in eastern Turkey. As this was Enlil’s headquarters-region, we can imagine why the PTB have been waging proxy wars to gain access to those territories. (Might also explain why the Kurds have been so desperate to re-unite all those regions. Wonder what ancient stories they still remember?)

    However, remember that corporations are a fiction. So are big banks. So are the Intel agencies. They have been ‘fronts’ for powerful individuals (perhaps not entirely human) for a long, long time. Therefore, any change from national armies to mercenary armies (corporation-backed) is only a slight change in ‘fronts’.

    This ‘going underground’ – as far as the privacy afforded by a mercenary army – does indicate that either (a) something big has been found or (b) they have been successfully blocked by other forces and now need to get ‘down & dirty’ in a way the public would not support…

    • goshawks on January 4, 2019 at 8:13 pm

      For instance: “Revealed: the Capitalist Network that Runs the World”
      “When the team further untangled the web of ownership, it found much of it tracked back to a ‘super-entity’ of 147 even more tightly knit companies – all of their ownership was held by other members of the super-entity – that controlled 40 per cent of the total wealth in the network. … Most were financial institutions. The top 20 included Barclays Bank, JPMorgan Chase & Co, and The Goldman Sachs Group.”

    • goshawks on January 6, 2019 at 5:17 pm

      Also interesting: Knights Templar ‘detachments’ in the Ukraine after 1307…
      (lots of interesting details, if you separate the historical parts from today’s political parts)

      • Don B on January 6, 2019 at 7:52 pm

        Interesting article Goshawks. The Templars were heavily involved in the Baltic area, especially Bornholm meaning of course ” Born Island” upon which are several unique structures built by the Templars. There is a connection between those folks on Bornholm and the French families involved in founding the Templars, some in the Burgundy area and some descendants are still living in that area but are in the shadows.

        I’m not convinced an Ark ever existed because so much of the Torah is borrowed from Egypt and other early empires in my opinion, but that is another subject for another day. db

        • goshawks on January 7, 2019 at 6:19 pm

          Templars in Scotland:

          Also, there is a huge, old church in the small-town capital of the Orkney Islands. Wildly out-of-scale in essentially a 14th-15th century fishing village. Many of the oldest graves within it have Templar/Masonic symbols engraved on the stones. I suspect that this was their ‘safe space’ after the 1307 debacle: Out of the way, a good harbor, grateful population, access to Scotland…

          Agree on the Ark. Ralph Ellis does a good job of establishing how a LOT of proto-Hebrew sources are really lifted from the Egyptians of the time. (Plus, any Babylonian additions.)

          (About the only reason I believe the ‘Ark’ might have existed would have been as a depository of ancient tech or comm devices. According to some authors, the proto-Hebrews were conned into worshiping Enlil – or a descendant of his. They might have received a ‘gift’ in return…)

          • zendogbreath on January 8, 2019 at 12:54 am

            where was i reading that loyola’s best educated us using stories they made to make the previous 30 or so centuries make their kinda sense in the same way hawking’s black holes and the rest make sense? this theory went all the way to say the 3 main religions didn’t exist before they were all three made up along with metaphoric scriptures too hole – ee to argue their veracity without getting crusaded to death. and that there never was a voldemortistan.

            i’m curious what better more plausible explanations for the dark ages, the enlightenment, giant skeletons, amazing architecture going back many millenia on every continent, shared catastrophe mythology from every culture with something literally earth shattering like 12,500 years ago, eye of africa equalling original site of atlantis, and on and on and on.

            oh yeh and whatever that splanation is, it’s gotta tie all that together and i don’t think i’d learn it from ignatius’ man in a black robe (or his female apprentices in black robes and funny hats) who pretend they’re not saturnalians.

          • Don B on January 8, 2019 at 8:07 am

            You may be right. I based that on the pictographs of the Egyptians that looked similar to the Ark.

        • zendogbreath on January 8, 2019 at 12:56 am

          maybe the gnostics are right and the ark is in us.

        • zendogbreath on January 9, 2019 at 1:01 am

          we’re all right.

          i imagine the templars were and are to the world what the brahmans were and are to india. ever met a brahman? scary healthy, strong, smart dudes. think vinod kohsla / david goggins and then some.

          in a country with religions that value veganism, the folk who run it all and wrote the script, eat sashimi. egalitarianism? that’s why we wrote a caste system in to that script.

  12. marcos toledo on January 4, 2019 at 7:17 pm

    How does that sixties song Where Have All The Flowers Gone when will they ever learn? War happy warlords have been the bain of the West since antiquity they never advanced beyond tribal warfare even the Greeks and Romans were enslave to this problem. May I recommend a book I am reading now Rome &The Sword by Simon James published by Thames & Hudson.

    • Ben Marlin on January 22, 2019 at 10:05 pm

      I agree, however, I came not to bring peace but a sword

  13. DanaThomas on January 4, 2019 at 12:38 pm

    Nationalization (or re-nationalization in the case of European countries) in strategic sectors should not necessarily be viewed with anathema. Despite the ideological position of (mainly US) “conservatives” who still believe that a “free market paradise” could realistically be created here and now and solve all the world’s problems.

    • Robert Barricklow on January 4, 2019 at 6:55 pm

      Also the country could issue its own currency into the economy; paying its own citizens & small businesses for building out a new 21st century infrastructure; nationalizing public utilities like banks, electric & gas companies, public education, public media, etc., all drilled down to local level participation in these state affairs, elections, and other matters that effect citizens & their families.

  14. Robert Barricklow on January 4, 2019 at 12:01 pm

    Private mercenaries are primarily a signature of back-to-the-future feudalism.
    As our public infrastructure’s[roads, bridges, power, etc.] are being privatized; our enemy’s infrastructure’s are going public. As our institutions[banks, police, fire departments, post office, military, government, etc.] are being privatized; our enemy’s are going public.
    In the recent past, the U.S. Military Services in war theatres have been left high & dry by their so-called privatized brothers-in-arms. Simply put, they were at cross purposes; one was in the public’s interests; the other in the corporate’s interests.

    Public, Enemy #1.

  15. anakephalaiosis on January 4, 2019 at 10:16 am

    David has a slingshot.
    Goliath is a corporate pinkerton.
    Wild West 2.0.

  16. enki-nike on January 4, 2019 at 9:02 am

    The grizzly future is already here. Read, for example, what the drug cartels are doing to people in Mexico.

  17. Foglamp on January 4, 2019 at 7:40 am

    What you’re describing, Dr Farrell, seems to be warlord-ism, of which many collapsed empires and third-world countries have had (and continue to have) experience.

  18. WalkingDead on January 4, 2019 at 6:20 am

    Nothing new here, the use of mercenaries is as old as war itself. I guess the latest crop of globalists are just getting impatient and tired of having to maneuver populations into backing their private wars like the old guard. In the end, there can be only one king over the earth as they begin to eat their own. It was always going to come down to this eventually and the recent crop of “snowflakes” just isn’t suitable military fodder since they can’t even determine which bathroom to use.

    • justawhoaman on January 4, 2019 at 9:57 am

      Was ready to hit the like button, especially due to the last sentence! Thank you, WD.

      • WalkingDead on January 4, 2019 at 10:48 am

        Throughout history many have paid a high price for relying on armies whose loyalty is forced or bought. I don’t think this latest crop of would be kings is any different.

      • zendogbreath on January 4, 2019 at 11:55 pm

        me too. where’s the like button?

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