As you can tell from recent blogs, the readers of this website and I have been focused a lot on what we're calling "Disaster capitalism." (Incidentally, one reader informed me that the origin of the term "disaster capitalism" was from a 2007 book by IRC Klein titled The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism). Anyway, back to the subject at hand: I've been thinking a great deal about this concept recently, and particularly during the bad weather that has moved through my region of the country and cut a swath of flooding and tornadoes all the way to Ohio. In the midst of all this, I was also able to conduct an interview with authoress Elana Freeland, whose book Under an Ionized Sky is an encyclopedia of geophysical engineering technologies. During the interview, she made what I regard as an intriguing observation which one may summarize as follows:

Given the extent of chemtrail spraying, the development and constant use of electromagnetic technologies in conjunction with it - from ionospheric heaters to cellphone towers and so on - and given the length of time that this activity has taken place, one has to conclude that virtually no weather system today is entirely "natural". All of it, she argues, is to some extent the product of weather modification. (That interview is available in the members' area of the website.)

Yesterday I blogged about an article that appeared in 2017 in the U.K.'s The Guardian, an article by Naomi Klein. In it, she cited former U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, which I will cite again, because all this context is essential to today's high octane speculation, here's a reminder of Tillerson's comment from yesterday's blog and the Guardian article:

At a public event in 2012, Tillerson acknowledged that climate change was happening – but what he said next was revealing: “as a species”, humans have always adapted. “So we will adapt to this. Changes to weather patterns that move crop production areas around – we’ll adapt to that.”(Emphasis added)

With that in mind, V.T. sent along an article yesterday that is important enough, in this context, that I've moved the rest of my pre-scheduled blogs around this week in order to present the article in this "disaster capitalism" context:


In discussing the two types of disaster capitalism - (1) engineered crises and (2) crises of opportunity - I've implicitly employed a model that has "our" people doing the disaster capitalism to pick up land on the cheap, and that could certainly be the case with the "pattern" of bad weather that seems to be stalled over the center of the country. But, it could equally be someone else creating the situation to gobble up land on the cheap; consider these statements from the article:

All across America, U.S. farmland is being gobbled up by foreign interests. So when we refer to “the heartland of America”, the truth is that vast stretches of that “heartland” is now owned by foreigners, and most Americans have no idea that this is happening. These days, a lot of people are warning about the “globalization” of the world economy, but in reality our own soil is rapidly being “globalized”. When farms are locally owned, the revenue that those farms take in tends to stay in local communities. But with foreign-owned farms there is no guarantee that will happen. And while there is plenty of food to go around this is not a major concern, but what happens when a food crisis erupts and these foreign-owned farms just keep sending their produce out of the country? There are some very serious national security concerns here, and they really aren’t being addressed. Instead, the amount of farmland owned by foreigners just continues to increase with each passing year.


Ohio, like Texas, also has no restrictions, and nearly half a million acres of prime farmland are held by foreign-owned entities. In the northwestern corner of the state, below Toledo, companies from the Netherlands alone have purchased 64,000 acres for wind farms.


The communist Chinese government has actually made the purchase of foreign agricultural assets a top national priority in recent years, and this has been reflected in a series of key documents

The strategy is reflected in encouragements to invest abroad by various documents and articles issued by Chinese leaders. For example, a series of annual “Number one documents” from China’s communist party authorities stating rural policy have contained increasingly specific strategies for investment. A general exhortation to invest in agriculture overseas, issued in 2007, was followed by an initial surge in overseas farming ventures. In 2010, authorities called for supportive policies to encourage investment abroad.

The 2014 document included a more specific mandate to create large grain-trading conglomerates, designed to give Chinese companies greater control over oilseed and grain imports. That was the same year COFCO acquired Nidera and Noble Agri, making COFCO one of the largest trading companies in the world based on value of assets. The 2015 document specifically called for policies to support facilities, equipment, and inputs for agricultural production in foreign countries. The 2017 document broadened the encouragement to include all types of agricultural conglomerates. The 2018 document repeated the general endorsement of overseas investment and instructions to create multinational grain-trading and agricultural conglomerates.

It is interesting to ponder the fact that China also recently announced a plan to develop a massive weather modification infrastructure on Tibet... note that I said on Tibet, rather than in Tibet, because they intend to spread this infrastructure over that entire occupied country. Given that conjunction, one must entertain the idea - in addition to Ms. Freeland's observation that all weather systems now are to some degree engineered - that all weather systems now might be part of ongoing "weather wars" between oligarchies with the technologies to do so.

However, this is the problem with geophysical engineering technologies. Above, I implied a scenario in which the Chinese, or some other party, are conducting weather warfare to acquire US farmland on the cheap. But what's also intriguing to contemplate is the fact that the recent weather systems stalled over the country, from the Texas panhandle up through Oklahoma, Missouri, southern Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio, is the region where foreign agricultural investment has been the heaviest. So it is possible that it might be "our guys" practicing disaster capitalism to -reacquire that land on the cheap from those "foreign investors."

All of this strongly suggests a methodology to determine whether such speculations and hypotheses did in fact occur. Unfortunately, by the nature of the case, most of the components of that methodology tend to be ex post facto. That method is simply to compare the financial beneficiaries of such disasters to post disaster activity, and to monitor the weather systems themselves very closely: screenshots of weather systems, radar signatures, and so on. For example, during the bad weather last week, I noticed - and commented to interested parties privately - that the systems seemed to display almost identical patterns of development from one day to the next; it was a kind of "copy and paste" weather system. Its behavior was similar each day, with rapid spin-up tornadoes leaving the warning system little time to respond. A similar detailed approach also needs to be taken with respect to financial activity involving hard assets: real estate, infrastructure, agribusiness and so on. A sudden increase of selling of such assets in a region might signal an impending weather disaster. The goal of such a methodology is to build up detailed data correlations between weather (or other geophysical) disaster, and financial activity. Such methodology would also include, of course, careful tracking of chemtrail spraying activity prior to storms.

What I'm suggesting is that we need a network like MUFON (The Mutual UFO network) and a set of guidelines to track such activity. MUFON is essentially a group of amateur UFO trackers, with an established set of guildelines for taking and filing UFO reports. Currently we have many people, like Freeland, Carnicom, Hayes and so on, tracking the geophysical modification technologies and weather disasters. Indeed, if weather is no longer entirely natural, then financial profit and power from its manipulation are now a regular feature of interaction, and regular features of interaction, especially of this nature, need organization to track it, and expose it, for such technologies and their use are themselves, as Ms. Freeland also observes, part of that secret space program infrastructure that has been developed in previous decades.

See you on the flip side...




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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. KevinR on June 2, 2019 at 9:21 am

    I have long thought that the re-terra-forming in the USA is happening for the purposes of 1) intentions/goals of Agenda 21/Agenda 2030 – meaning the moving of the citizens/residents to more urban areas or if rural into larger groups of such. 2) purchase of property at much lower $ (see “the financiers/bankers” and the great depression) which could in essence reduce private property ownership because the costs of property in large urban areas is out of the price range of middle class America 3) reduction of population (guide stones, Maurice Strong, etc.) via stronger/resistant pestilence and airborne derived illnesses.
    Disaster capitalism then makes perfect sense. They (TPTB) want matters to be expedited. Undoubtedly so especially “now” as citizens across the globe are finally fighting against TPTB/globalists/luciferians/technocrats.

  2. Seanie B on May 31, 2019 at 4:36 am

    Irish Independent(Disaster Capitalism Irish Style}

    May 31 2019 2:30 AM

    A dramatic increase in feed costs in 2018 due to adverse weather led to a 31pc decrease in dairy farm incomes and a “historical” 22pc drop in cattle-­rearing incomes last year, according to the Teagasc National Farm Survey.

    Storm Emma swathed the country snowfall in March last year, followed swiftly by an extraordinarily dry summer, weather events that severely affected farm incomes.

    Dairy farms incurred the largest income reductions, with average dairy farm income falling by 31pc to €61,273, compared with the 2017 level of €88,829. This is mainly due to concentrate feed use, which increased by almost one-third to over 1,300kg per cow.

    Average family farm income on cattle-rearing farms dipped to an estimated €8,318 in 2018, a reduction of 22pc on the €10,642 in 2017, with a sharp rise in production costs the main driver.

    Teagasc director Gerry Boyle noted that it was a “historically low income” drop for cattle-rearing farmers and added that there would be an inevitable reduction in suckler cow numbers over the coming years on the back of dairy expansion.

    Meanwhile, Teagasc economist Emma Dillon said she believed cattle incomes for 2019 would be static but views the outlook for dairy as more positive.

    “Dairy farm income has been particularly volatile over recent years due to price and weather-induced shocks, so overall for 2019 the weather has been better and milk price is holding up and the outlook in terms of global supply is fairly positive.

    She said global trends for dairy product prices were negative but was overall things were positive for the sector. “On cattle rearing, I think it will remain fairly static to be honest,” she said.

    Sheep farms also experienced an income reduction in 2018, with higher-than-normal levels of feed and fertiliser use. Average sheep farm income fell from €17,357 in 2017 to €13,769 in 2018, a reduction of 21pc.

    While crop yields on tillage farms were well below average trend yields, farmers benefited from a large jump in harvest prices in 2018 relative to 2017.
    Karol Winters surveys the damage at Winterheights, Taghmon, after sheds collapsed
    Karol Winters surveys the damage at Winterheights, Taghmon, after sheds collapsed

    In spite of the low yields, this price increase was large enough to boost the average income in tillage farms in 2018, which was €42,678, an increase of 18pc on the 2017 figure of €36,048.

    Across the sector as a whole, the average family income in 2018 declined by 21pc dropping from €29,774 in 2017 to €23,483.

    However, the average on individual farm systems continues to vary greatly.

    Despite last year’s challenges, new investment on Irish farms was up 9pc mostly on dairy farms with an average of €31,671 per farm. This led to an average level of debt of €118,446, an increase of 10pc on 2017.

    However, investment on cattle and sheep farms was down to 19pc and 26pc respectively. Cattle-rearing farms’ level of vulnerability also rose to 43pc and sheep to 44pc, compared to just 13pc of dairy and 18pc of tillage operations.

    Irish Independent

  3. Loxie Lou Davie on May 30, 2019 at 1:45 pm

    For a “down to earth” view of what is actually going on in the Heartland check out Mike Morales of Above Ground World News!! Yest. he was driving along showing how that the side roads in MO are already covered up & almost to the interstate.

    One also wonders is we are going to have Domino Dams???? What a horrifying thought!! Looks like what is going on now will be worse than the 1927 Flood Johnny Cash sang about!!

    Interesting about the planetary cycle, as well. We DO know EVERYTHING is interconnected!! It does seem as if The Jig is Up & we are all just waiting to see how this all turns out. Apart from the Oligarchies who are “warring”, I wonder how many “others” are involved in what is going on.

    I still think our Wrecking Ball knows “something” we do NOT…..why else would he put himself & his family at such risk at his age???

  4. DanaThomas on May 30, 2019 at 2:18 am

    Food sovereignty is increasingly being discussed in Europe. It goes beyond the decaying left-right political paradigm. The “Common Agricultural Policy” has been one of the more grotesque examples of globalization with the excuse of producing a “united Europe”. It started with countries like Italy being paid to stop or destroy part of grape and citrus fruit production to produce a “balance” with other Mediterranean countries. The next step in the globalist “balance” was to import those typically Mediterranean products from places like North Africa and Turkey, with lower prices and lower quality. The same thing is being attempted with traditional cheese making with the introduction of “European” regulations which de facto favour large industries.
    While most producers have put in a straightjacket because of these subsidies, the public has reacted strongly in favour of genuine produce with labelling to indicate the place of origin. And believe me this “insects as food” meme will just NOT catch on here.
    Italy depends largely on North and South America for its grain imports, which is paradoxical when we recall that Sicily was once the breadbasket of the Roman Empire.
    So as the climate gets cooler, probably due to the solar minimum, and the weather is being subjected to manipulation, food independence is really on the agenda.

    • Foglamp on May 30, 2019 at 9:29 pm

      Food is another good example of where “Act Locally” is a powerful, popular and effective idea. The Common Agricultural Policy is indeed a monstrous crime against humanity promoted by Big Ag. Even most small farmers are against it.

    • zendogbreath on May 31, 2019 at 1:16 am

      it was ironic to reference that we might all be eating mealworms. anyone keeping chickens knows first – they’re all source out of china; second – it’s not cheap. only pet chickens get mealworms. loved pet chickens.

  5. zendogbreath on May 29, 2019 at 11:47 pm

    doc, the tracking system is a genius idea. use all the points of data possible as someone like cliff high has done awhile (although i’m not much on randomizing computer systems). one real test is when the system uncovered pushes back and starts assassinating character, demonetizing sites and oh wait, this all is already happening. everywhere with everyone wild enough to let their integrity be seen.

    btw, anyone read about greg glassman taking crossfit off of facebook? apparently they zucked crossfitters (probably the most loyal cultural icon of hard training military / fire / police / martial artists / athletes / and general maniacs on the planet) and crossfit replied by dropping facebook with their over 1.65 million loyalists.

    www dot crossfit dot com/battles/crossfit-suspends-facebook-instagram

    apparently they got zucked because of blatantly accurate article like these:
    www dot nytimes dot com/2019/03/14/health/big-tobacco-kool-aid-sugar-obesity.html?smid=nytcore-ios-share

    www dot crossfit dot com/essentials/provocative-question-should-ketogenic-metabolic-therapy-become-the-standard-of-care-for-glioblastoma

    • Foglamp on May 30, 2019 at 9:59 pm

      The information in the Crossfire article and elsewhere about ketogenic metabolic therapy (KMT) is something with which everyone needs to be familiar. With the chances of every one of us having cancer marching steadily towards 100%, KMT seems to be an effective therapy. The information is spreading too slowly, perhaps because KMT does not generate profits for Big Pharma.

      • zendogbreath on May 31, 2019 at 1:12 am

        my reading list lately below:
        youtube (at least for now) has plenty from these folk. it’s all genius. yep. 1600 deaths a day. seyfried’s right. 50 years of no progress. it’s like 1 in 2 or 1 in 3 right now and going up fast. when one considers the sources in our environment that damage mitochondria, it makes sense. if only vaccine mfrs could combine with big tobacco AND not have any liability. then we could smoke our vaccines daily.

        Cancer as a Metabolic Disease: On the Origin, Management, and Prevention of Cancer
        by Thomas Seyfried

        The Metabolic Approach to Cancer: Integrating Deep Nutrition, the Ketogenic Diet, and Nontoxic Bio-Individualized Therapies
        by Winters ND FABNO L.Ac Dipl.OM, Dr. Nasha, Kelley MNT, Jess Higgins, et al. | Jun 13, 2017

        • Foglamp on May 31, 2019 at 1:52 am

          Thank you very much, ZDB!

  6. DavidNY on May 29, 2019 at 10:08 pm

    The price movement in soybeans at this time of year are based on investment funds betting where the price will be in the summer. Starting in the second half of April investment funds entered large short positions and bet the price of soybeans would be much lower in the summer. At the current time the investment funds are still holding 220,143 short soybean contracts. The price of soybeans will only rally if the investment funds give up on their short positions and exit their massive short positions. If this happens we can expect the price to return to the price level from before the investment funds starting selling short in the middle of April 2019. This price level was around 900 cents per bushel.

    The official story about Chinese buying soybeans is that the Chinese are still not buying soybeans. What is now being reported by industry insiders is that the Chinese are now looking to take delivery of soybeans at the current low prices. In the next few weeks we may see that China bought a lot of soybeans between 820 to 840 cents per bushel.

    investment funds started entering their position in corn in April when the planting started. The investment funds had entered a record size short position of 530,000 short contracts in corn by April 23. This was a massive bet the price of corn would fall into the summer. The bad weather has delayed the corn planting and investment funds have now decided they were wrong to sell short the corn market. As of last week the corn market was 49% planted with the five year average being 80% planted. Also last week the investment funds exited 142,192 short contracts which was a record number of short positions for a single week. In addition to exiting a record number of short positions investment funds also added 38,405 new long position. This is a dramatic turn around which caused the sharp rally over the last two weeks. The July contract last week was up 21.0 cents and ended the week at 404.25 cents per bushel. This was the high price for 2019 and the previous high was 410.50 cents per bushel on August 8, 2018. This rally was caused by investment funds switching a record number of positions from short to long so I do not expect this to continue .

    Now here is what bothers me about all the flooding. I study cycles and I an a student of Gann’s work, as well as read the cycle literature fron the Foundation of the Study of Cycles. What I an going to say requires a bit of an open nind since all the business cycles, social, political, weather cycles are based on the synodic rotations of the planets.

    Jan 6: Solar Partial Eclipse 15Cap25
    July 2: Solar Total 10Cap57
    July 16: Partial Lunar Eclipse 24Capo4

    Jan 3 : Solar Annular Eclipse 12Cap28
    June 15: Total Lunar Eclipse 23Sag14
    June 29: Solar Total Eclipse 6Cancer31

    We’re dealing with almost an exact replica of the 1927 eclipse season when Gann predicted. terrible floods along the Mississippi Valley, which would destroy the Cotton crops and would lay waste vast acres of fertile land. He wrote that it would be one of the greatest floods in history. So, 1927 we had flooding on the Mississippi after an eclipse in Capricorn in earth sign starting in April thru September.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_Mis … od_of_1927

    On April 15, 1927, 15 inches (380 mm) of rain fell in New Orleans in 18 hours.[7] More than 4 feet (1.2 m) of water covered parts of the city. A group of influential bankers in town met to discuss how to guarantee the safety of the city, as they had already learned of the massive scale of flooding upriver.[7]

    A colleague of Gann at the tine wrote: “Eclipses in Earth Signs, foreshadow a scarcity in corn and products of the earth by drought and cause earthquakes, mining disasters and great agricultural depression.” Raphael.

    So the thing with cycles is both natural and man made problems show up with the same rhythm.

    • zendogbreath on May 29, 2019 at 11:28 pm

      at the least, fascinating. at the most invaluable.

      david, you are saying that the shorts just got hammered, right? any notes on who they are? curious how peter theil’s boy bret Weinstein came out with theil’s fund. are you also saying the Chinese have capitalized on this mistake and made a major trading coup here?

      as for cycles, like the man said, show me a chart and I will tell you the news. along these lines, are we looking at the same cycles that led to the dust bowl? does this splain Monsanto’s quick exit to germany with the vast majority of the seed market in the ussa sown up?

      • DavidNY on May 30, 2019 at 6:57 am

        Hi zendog,
        I’m saying that the shorts are suppressing the price. The cycle shows that we should have a rise in prices. And I would also like to know who the shorts are too. It looks like Chinese are taking advantage of the suppressed prices in soybeans.

        Yes, we are in the same cycle that lead to the dust bowl. Uranus in Taurus.

        • DanaThomas on May 30, 2019 at 8:21 am

          Planetary cycles. Some here may be familiar with “Time and Money. The Economy and the Planets” by R. Gover, 2011. Does not address technological manipulation but has lots of interesting considerations.

        • Foglamp on May 30, 2019 at 9:22 pm

          The banksters are, unfortunately, past masters at tricking the investment funds into going short. Can you identify the shorts from the Commitment of Traders reports, David?

          • zendogbreath on May 31, 2019 at 1:07 am

            it had not occurred to me that the shorts were taking the pain to suppress prices – much as jpmorg has done with silver. umm did we just answer our own question as to who?

    • zendogbreath on May 29, 2019 at 11:33 pm

      and btw, my guess is that those with the tech to geoengineer to the extent that they are also have knowledge of these solar/lunar/ecliptic cycles. and that they are incorporating these cycles into their geoengineering. much easier to make a bigger phenomenon (drought, flood, hurricane, blizzard) out of a middle sized phenomenon than out of nothing.

      • DavidNY on May 30, 2019 at 6:58 am

        That’s my guess too

        • DavidNY on May 30, 2019 at 7:04 am

          Somebody around Trump knows the astro cycles. His tweets for the last two years re: China Trade Wars are timed EXACTLY at cyclical inflection points. Most traders do not know how to calculate. So this takes Josephs idea that he is using cycles as opportunity. Every tine he tweets trade war agreement close, price goes up. And every tine he tweets problem with China, price goes down. He is not waking the market go up or down. He is timing it according to the cycles, making him look more powerful.

          • zendogbreath on May 31, 2019 at 1:04 am

            i’m thinking this is ai doing it with his name. probably the same ai running the qult.

    • Foglamp on May 29, 2019 at 11:34 pm

      Hmmm, well, let me guess: if the investment funds hold the short positions, who hold the longs? Could it possibly be the banksters? Could it? Possibly?!!

    • DanaThomas on May 30, 2019 at 1:53 am

      Thanks for the notes on cycles David.

    • anakephalaiosis on May 30, 2019 at 2:50 am

      Indeed, mapping cycles is logical. Chronometry goes beyond hour and year. Planetary is a calendar of its own. Solar system is a clock.

      Ancient agrarians, who observed beyond scope of human lifespan, showed foresight in predicting phenomenon.

      Viewing planets as gods is mnemonics, inducing abstraction into general principle, using poetic language.

  7. goshawks on May 29, 2019 at 8:46 pm

    There might be an even better “detection methodology”: Pay the personal secretaries of the 0.001%ers to simply note (and report) whenever their Superiors say something like, “I need a new yacht/resort.” Or “So-and-so has a new trinket. We don’t.” Or “This is a new fad that we need to catch-up-with.” Anything that the idle rich might need to generate capital to acquire. Using that as a “detection,” monitor for financial shenanigans just before weather ‘events’…

  8. mpaff on May 29, 2019 at 4:04 pm

    This sums it up…

    “Epitaph” – King Crimson

    The wall on which the prophets wrote
    Is cracking at the seams
    Upon the instruments of death
    The sunlight brightly gleams
    When every man is torn apart
    With nightmares and with dreams
    Will no one lay the laurel wreath
    When silence drowns the screams

    Confusion will be my epitaph
    As I crawl a cracked and broken path
    If we make it we can all sit back and laugh
    But I fear tomorrow I’ll be crying
    Yes I fear tomorrow I’ll be crying
    Yes I fear tomorrow I’ll be crying

    Between the iron gates of fate
    The seeds of time were sown
    And watered by the deeds of those
    Who know and who are known
    Knowledge is a deadly friend
    If no one sets the rules
    The fate of all mankind I see
    Is in the hands of fools

    The wall on which the prophets wrote
    Is cracking at the seams
    Upon the instruments of death
    The sunlight brightly gleams
    When every man is torn apart
    With nightmares and with dreams
    Will no one lay the laurel wreath
    When silence drowns the screams

    Confusion will be my epitaph
    As I crawl a cracked and broken path
    If we make it we can all sit back and laugh
    But I fear tomorrow I’ll be crying
    Yes I fear tomorrow I’ll be crying
    Yes I fear tomorrow I’ll be crying
    Yes I fear tomorrow I’ll be crying
    Yes I fear tomorrow I’ll be crying
    Yes I fear tomorrow I’ll be crying

  9. Robert Barricklow on May 29, 2019 at 12:07 pm

    Reading Reentry by Peter Cawdron …
    How does AI act in the physical world? I mean, isn’t it confined to computers? Stuff like the internet?
    They had help.
    Who? Who would help AI destroy humanity? False flags, mostly, but not always. False Flags?

    [Drum roll…
    The Russians are masters at this]

    Long and short of it;
    those fighting AI would never betray America.
    As I read this, I thought/
    You mean the .01% of the .01% of the .01%
    who own America?

    Remember the people of Ireland starved.
    Not for lack of food. Ireland had more than enough food. It just wasn’t owned by the people who worked to produce all that food for the absentee owners.

    Nice to know that both history & mankind hasn’t changed.

    • Robert Barricklow on May 29, 2019 at 12:16 pm

      Another non-fiction book I read around the mid nineties spoke to this biological warfare using like what WalkingDead addresses in his post.
      The difference is that in the 21st Century they’re using weather wars w/Gene Wars w/Economic warfare.

      AI is already weaved into that fabric.
      In Reentry they[AI] does an end-around to get the nations fighting each other; not realizing that AI has been orchestrating it all along.

      Only a third of the way in.
      Will AI win?

      Or; is there yet,
      another sequel?

    • goshawks on May 29, 2019 at 8:31 pm

      Robert, you beat me to it. I was going to mention how English ‘landlords’ (lackeys of the conquerors) of Ireland exported food overseas during the height of the Irish Famine. I imagine there’s either an extra-deep pit in hell for those 1%ers or some terrifying return-of-karma awaiting…

      • zendogbreath on May 29, 2019 at 11:08 pm

        Or argentina the last, at least 15 years? Or jamaica under manley? Any colonized place really. Wherever food production can be ruined or bought up or competed out with subsidized foriegn junkfood or any other means (stalins russia, south africa after apartheid, afghanistan after 2001, iraq after 91 and again 03, other drugwar colonies vietnam, columbia, mexico,…………………..)

        Call it the milton friedman model?

        • zendogbreath on May 30, 2019 at 12:18 am

          btw, excellent summary and review of her book. it’s been too long since I read it. glad I do not need to read it again for now. did you get a chance to see her movie “the take”?

          • goshawks on May 30, 2019 at 3:10 am

            ZDB, thanks. I tried to make a “mini-course” off of Klein’s most enlightening paragraphs (and to get folks to buy her book).

            No, I hadn’t seen it (yet). Thanks. I do remember news articles around disenfranchised workers trying to revive factories/businesses after the venture capitalists had gutted and ruined them. I wished them well. I have not heard how these various ‘collectives’ have fared in the time since then…

          • zendogbreath on May 31, 2019 at 1:03 am

            i’m thinking venezuala is as close as we’re going to see an example of that.

  10. WalkingDead on May 29, 2019 at 11:24 am

    “A China Food Crisis More Danger Than Trade War?”
    African Swine Fever and Fall Armyworms are currently wreaking havoc with Chinese food production. The Middle East has recently seen a plague of locusts brought about by heavy rains. “Plausibly deniable” forms of “biological warfare” to go along with those “weather wars”?
    Companies, like Nestle, buying up water rights world wide for their bottled water, can be added to the mix, as well.
    Those who control the means of food production and water rights will eventually control the Earth; hence the control of GMO seeds and the toxic chemicals they require by global corporations.
    You can also add the roll out of 5G to the mix by the global telecom industries. Toss in Agenda 2030 to herd us into “stack and pack” cities for “monitoring” purposes freeing up the land for “nature” and you have many fronts for an undeclared war going on world wide for the control of the entire planet. Lack of any oversight and the complicity of globalist controlled governments infested with globalist’s lackeys is insuring that this proceeds without a hitch.
    I don’t think its a battle between “the good” globalists vs “the bad” globalists; it’s more a battle of which globalists will come out on top in the end.

    • Foglamp on May 29, 2019 at 11:28 pm

      I prefer to think of it as an invasion of 3D reality by our 4D shepherds to lock down humanity, 99.99% of whom do not even know they are being invaded – although many of whom know something which they can’t put their finger on is wrong.

      • goshawks on May 30, 2019 at 3:59 am

        Foglamp, my earliest intuition is of “the game being rigged.” So, why would you commit yourself fully to it? This ‘realization’ came long before I started delving into the truth of things (down here). I can only surmise that my Higher Nature was ‘whispering’ to me, even then…

        Perhaps the greatest truth-telling ever (surprised they got away with ‘saying’ it, although they posit AI rather than 4D):

        Morpheus: “Do you believe in fate, Neo?”
        Neo: “No.”
        Morpheus: “Why not?”
        Neo: “Because I don’t like the idea that I’m not in control of my life.”
        Morpheus: “I know exactly what you mean. Let me tell you why you’re here. You’re here because you know something. What you know you can’t explain, but you feel it. You’ve felt it your entire life, that there’s something wrong with the world. You don’t know what it is, but it’s there, like a splinter in your mind, driving you mad. It is this feeling that has brought you to me. Do you know what I’m talking about?”
        Neo: “The Matrix.”
        Morpheus: “Do you want to know what it is?”
        Neo: “Yes.”
        Morpheus: “The Matrix is everywhere. It is all around us. Even now, in this very room. You can see it when you look out your window or when you turn on your television. You can feel it when you go to work, when you go to church, when you pay your taxes. It is the world that has been pulled over your eyes to blind you from the truth.”
        Neo: “What truth?”
        Morpheus: “That you are a slave, Neo. Like everyone else, you were born into bondage; into a prison that you cannot taste or see or touch: A prison for your mind.”

        Fortunately, Neo woke-up and eventually Realized the truth. We are also almost There…

        • zendogbreath on May 31, 2019 at 1:02 am

          g, you might wanna take a listen to caf an al on forum borealis if you haven’t already.

  11. Detroit Dirt Bikes on May 29, 2019 at 10:10 am

    As the astute members of this site well know, this sort of terra-forming leads to the ultimate solar system wide currency reset: Gizaster capitalism, wherein the most valuable commodity is a flint knapped stone tool.

  12. basta on May 29, 2019 at 9:02 am

    Hi Joseph,

    I’m afraid you’ve misunderstood my last post a bit — “IIRC” is an internet acronym/shorthand for “if I recall correctly.” So when I wrote, “IIRC Klein published the Shock Doctine in 2007…” what I actually meant was, “If I recall correctly, (Naomi) Klein published the Shock Doctrine in 2007.” I just couldn’t remember the date off the top of my head, but it was indeed published that year and Naomi Klein is indeed the book’s author. Sorry for the SNAFU (won’t touch that one).

    It’s a great book BTW (by the way)!

  13. Bryce on May 29, 2019 at 7:58 am

    As I watched cloud rotation over the house last night, I heard a very high pitched tone that was not the weather warning siren system. Never heard anything like it before.

    I wonder if another factor involved could be states targeted that have thumbed their nose at the feds by passing nullification laws?

    Corn crops being devastated and how much is used in animal feed, they’re going to have us eating mealworms in short order.

    Pretty happy about the container veges that can be moved under cover should hail come ripping through. About to get the first vine ripe tomato…never seen that this early in the season before. 😉

  14. Cynthia Cox on May 29, 2019 at 7:07 am

    What a great idea Dr. Farrell, a tracking network “like MUFON”; opens up many avenues in the sky for all sorts of information to perhaps be discovered. I wonder what level of financial contributions such a network might find helpful?

  15. Foglamp on May 29, 2019 at 6:47 am

    Monitoring the commodity futures markets might also be instructive.

    • Joseph P. Farrell on May 29, 2019 at 1:44 pm

      Yes I agree

    • KevinR on June 2, 2019 at 9:24 am

      see: DARPA’s KAIROS: Knowledge-directed Artificial Intelligence Reasoning Over Schemas

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