In the past few months, I've tried to avoid blogging much on this website about politics or geopolitics, because so much of it is just downright disgusting and emotionally draining. But today, I think it may be a kind of moral dereliction not to do so.

Last Thursday I recorded my News and Views from the Nefarium on the tanker attacks in the Persian Gulf. At the time, there wasn't much to go on, except, of course, that U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeio was quick out of the gate to denounce Iran as the ne'er-do-well in chief behind the attacks.

I wasn't so sure, and I'm still not. Don't get me wrong: I'm absolutely no fan of the regime in Tehran. They are a state sponsoring terror. But if that is the standard by which we must focus our ire, then the (out)House of Saud is also right at the top of the list, and one could think of a few other countries over in that region as well. Moreover, in some American states, it is now a "hate speech" crime to raise even a minim of suspicion about the treatment of Palestinians by Israel, or to question the legitimacy, not to mention constitutionality, of the whole idea that some people can maintain a dual citizenship in this country and that one, and hold public office in this one! For those paying attention, that was a neat and nifty equation of two concepts hardly related, as anti-Zionism has been equated with anti-Semitism. At a stroke, any theological criticism of the Zionist position or agenda - be it Orthodox Jewish or traditional Christian - has been made a hate crime. And for those really paying attention, those ludicrous laws not only have sanctioned a massive curtailment of the First Amendment right of free speech, they have implicitly sanctioned a form of Christian doctrine - dispensationalism - long understood by traditional Christian confessional positions as a heresy. If you're an Orthodox Jewish Rabbi or a traditional "Book of Concord" Lutheran pastor, you could be in breech of those laws for questioning the theological basis of Zionism and/0r its dispensationalist counterpart that holds sway in many American "evangelical" circles.  By those decrees, one would have to come up with a sort of "anti-Zionist" "Index of Forbidden Books" that the Faithful of the Indispensable Nation must not read, and at the head of that list would have to be books like Alfred Lilienthal's What Price Zionism? or Ben Hecht's Perfidy or Rabbi Marvin Antelmann's To Eliminate the Opiate, not to mention Hannah Arendt and a few others. In other words, Jewish intellectuals and critics of Zionism would themselves be denied a voice. They could not write their books in modern Texas or Florida, two states which have already passed such "anti-Zionism" laws.

I rehearse all of these points because in last Thursday's News and Views I outlined reasons why I'm not at all convinced that Iran is behind those attacks. I don't rule it out, but with the rush to condemn that nation without a scintilla of evidence or argument at the time, my suspicion meter went into the red zone. I found few reasons for Iran to do such a thing, but plenty of reasons for factions elsewhere in the Middle East to do so, and highlighted the Saudis as one possibility, Israel another, and one cannot rule out a kind of "Bay of Pigs" scenario of some rogue intelligence faction in this country trying to pin the executive branch to a course of action by precipitating such an incident. For me it had, and still has, that element of "Weapons of Mass Destruction in Iraq" quality to it. There is - if I may so put it - a cartoonish quality to it. It's too pat, too obvious, and too unsubtle. It seems designed to persuade opinion in this country, and that is what this article shared by V.T. seems to indicate what has already happened:

Senators Switched Key Votes On Gulf Arms Ban Hours After Tanker Attacks

The key here, in case you missed it, is this, and it occurs right at the beginning of the article:

A brief report from AntiWar.com's Eric Garris suggests Thursday's tanker attack incident in the Gulf of Oman which the United States promptly blamed on Iran has directly impacted bills placed before the Senate which would ban US arms sales to Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, and Qatar.

Garris wrote of the vote which came hours after the Gulf tankers incident: "Both votes were considered highly likely to pass up until they were rushed to the floor today. The timing appears almost certainly to have been related to Thursday tanker bombings in the Gulf of Oman, and shifted a number of Senators’ votes in favor of continuing the arms sales." He noted that "some senators switched sides to kill the bills" following news of the tanker attacks.

And there you have it.

Let's not forget that Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was in Tehran at the time, acting (as many suppose) to clear the air, and potentially (as others suppose) as intermediary for President Trump. But in any case, Abe may have been there to conduct independent diplomacy, and hence the incident could be also construed as a shot across Japan's bows. The idea that Iran would attack a Japanese ship while Abe is there in any capacity, intermediary or otherwise, is, in a word, completely nuts. And the Persians are not nuts. And I strongly suspect that not even their nutty regime is that nuts.

As for the rest of us who believe that "It is finished" means "it is finished," and that there is no longer any special theological dispensation or privilege attaching to Israel, Zionist or otherwise, well, Austin and Tallahassee have decreed such views heresy.

And in doing so, it looks to me like they're not only flying in the face of the First Amendment, but also the establishment clause. But hey, that's ok, because we're already second class citizens required to fund entities like Planned Parenthood...

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. Loxie Lou Davie on June 18, 2019 at 10:41 am

    JESUS: He was never crucified!!! Check out the book, “The Jesus Papers”. In Roman records he was “tried & acquitted by Pontus Pilate.”

    Exactly WHO was it that imposed this Bible thing upon us; brainwashed us from childhood to think it had ALL the answers to everything in it????

    Who was it that was burned at the stake for saying there is NO need for a revelation as not one of us can speak for the Cosmos?!!

    Are we having a war of “books” here?! Bible against the Koran??? Which is The Word of God here……they can’t BOTH be?!!! 😉

    • Robert Barricklow on June 18, 2019 at 12:30 pm

      Try this recent book concerning Jesus on for size:

      … and forgive them their debts: Lending, Foreclosure and Redemption From Bronze Age Finance to the Jubilee Year
      (The Tyranny of Debt) by Michael Hudson Nov 15, 2018

  2. Beckysue on June 18, 2019 at 8:19 am

    Christ said “the kingdom of God is within you”. Why should I defer anything to Israel?—— Trump can’t do anything until his second term, because if he allows the truth about Israel/Mossad actions to come out now, he would lose his evangelical base and not get elected again. This is what they are afraid will cause the unrest, not the nutjob Progressive/Liberal/HRC supporters. What troubles me is the South American second army Israel has got going on. Down there in Argentina….

    • Foglamp on June 18, 2019 at 11:54 pm

      That doesn’t make sense to me. I should have thought that, if Trump made the truth about 9/11 public, he would (assuming he survived as long as election day) receive the biggest vote any president ever received. Sure, he’d make a few enemies in the process; but most people would see him as a messiah, wouldn’t they? What percentage of the US population believes the official 9/11 story? Surely a minority? Or am I completely out of touch?!

      • Ronin on June 19, 2019 at 9:30 am

        I think a significant amount of the majority, don’t question the narrative. TPTB, have done a brilliant job at conditioning the masses to demonizing the “conspiracy theorist.” Were getting to the point of it being more taboo to follow Alex Jones (as an example) than be am member of NAMBLA.

        • zendogbreath on June 19, 2019 at 10:28 pm

          another possibility is that the wgeo are planning a glass parking lot for a large part of african/asian/euro area and are planning their alternate locations for troops (south america) and oligarchs (australia/nz/beriloche and maybe antarctica?). maybe it’s a safer bet to consider the fort calhoun possibility. that was a close call that had analysts predicting a few magnitudes or order worse for the northern hemisphere than fukushima.

          • goshawks on June 19, 2019 at 11:10 pm

            ZDB: Yes, I am also worried that the PTB may just ‘cut and run’ to the Southern Hemisphere, leaving behind a lot of green glass…

            “The spent nuclear fuel stored on an elevated concrete pad on the Omaha Public Power District property that hosted the Fort Calhoun Nuclear Station is safe from the flooding of 2019, OPPD officials say. … The fuel sits inside steel-lined, air-tight, waterproof concrete casings on the pad.”

            As Jim Stone pointed out, the tricky thing about spent nuclear fuel storage is whether the ‘storage ponds’ are at their initially-designed capacity or stuffed to over-capacity. For the former, power can go out to the cooling pumps, and the water will not boil away. The rods will stay stable. For the latter, an extended power-outage will allow boiling-off, will expose the rods, and they will flash-vaporize. (Not boom, ‘just’ billow away. Nasty.) With the new flooding and possible resultant power outages, it would be nice to know which is the case…

  3. zendogbreath on June 17, 2019 at 11:34 pm

    i refer to my comment earlier today on honorable mentions:

    these progressively crazier tactics domestic and foreign formerly felt unsustainable and mostly impossible to execute. brandon o’connell has laid how the how of what i saw happen to cynthia mckinney, michael hastings, paul wellstone, and on.

    these increases in quantity and quality of laws violating all morals, principles, ethics and especially the constitution make clear the goals, strategies and tactics of the wgoe (weatlhiest guys on earth). o’connell makes clear what has been compromising all our sources of corrupt and non-corrupt (if that’s even possible anymore) authority. including govt and corporate.

    so what’s a mother to do? sorry to say this, but caf is starting to aggravate old wounds when she tells us during expensive vacations that we just need to “own our culture” or to just “turn off” the media that’s mind controlling us and threatening us with domestic wet work. or that our drug based economy is our fault since we’re not willing to press her red button that drains our pension funds (that are all in the rothtillian pockets with double digit interest anyway).

    • zendogbreath on June 17, 2019 at 11:37 pm

      and again, it might improve our perspective to consider the overt hostility that the tactics we’re seeing domestically indicate. imagine how rabbi handler in brooklyn feels as his folk rack up fines for vaccine persecution laws.

      doc, what you wrote about dispensation and what you outlined in the news and views rerouted my train of thought to the idea that what we’re seeing is a theocracy brought into ussa in a not so stealthy way.

  4. BetelgeuseT-1 on June 17, 2019 at 10:57 pm

    BTW, why even call the Iranian government a regime?
    If you call it that, then do the same for the other “regimes” that openly support the most violent terrorist groups on this planet. And that includes the regimes in Tel Aviv and Washington, just to name a few.

    Definition of regime:

    1. A government, especially an oppressive or undemocratic one.
    2. A usually heavy-handed administration or group in charge of an organization.

    Enough said.

    • BetelgeuseT-1 on June 18, 2019 at 2:40 am

      Here’s an article that may provide a balanced view of the Iranian government: “thesaker.is/the-saker-interviews-aram-mirzaei-on-iran/”.

      It’s quite a long article, but here is a part towards the end that really stood out for me, as it is applicable to most countries on this planet, perhaps even more so in the Middle and Far East (being such different cultures compared to the West):

      Another point that should be made is the introduction of modern technologies in Iran. This has given the younger generation access to Western culture and influences, something that is much more of a threat to the Islamic Republic’s survival than any U.S threat of military action in my opinion. Ayatollah Khamenei often speaks about what he calls cultural warfare, or rather poisoning of the mind. I tend to agree with his analysis as many young people in Iran today have taken much of the decadent Western influences at heart and yearn for the Western lifestyle, something that I have witnessed myself whenever I’ve returned back to Iran. Comparing the Revolutionary generation, where politics played a major role in everyone’s lives, with the post-revolutionary generation who remains rather apolitical and care much less about the political lives of their parents, I can clearly see a pattern where passive Western values have gained a foothold in the minds of the younger generation. Whenever I’m in Iran, I often notice that the older generation often partake in political discussions whereas the younger generations prefer to occupy themselves with trivial matters.

      It’s hard to deny this cultural warfare via technology as mentioned here.
      Any chance we get a statement like that from one of our own technocratic leaders? Not holding my breath.

  5. Foglamp on June 17, 2019 at 10:00 pm

    It would be hypocritical of any, eg, NATO country to criticize Iran for state-sponsored terrorism. Governments regard terrorism as a legitimate tool of foreign and domestic policy.
    The shepherds are not creative creatures and struggle to do better than wash, rinse and repeat their problem-reaction-solution.
    That there has been almost universal ridicule of the US/UK position on the tanker attacks encourages one to hope that universal consciousness is approaching its hundredth monkey. We must pray it is so.

  6. Richard on June 17, 2019 at 9:43 pm

    Not one to add a flash point to your “high octane speculations” yet one is wondering what will play out from members of the European Union (EU) in support of that Iran nuke stuff deal (or soon not to be) and why the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is presently silent on a purported Iranian threat to violate that nuke deal in just under two weeks by producing more isotopes than allowed. Probably the same one, Iran out of Tehran, you know who with his special guard corps, in control. Certain Iranian regime members, you probably know the type, are trying to, get this, negotiate a way to blatantly exceed nuke limits in a week or two while still dragging the EU and other remaining co-signees along to uphold their agreement with Tehran in an attempt to thwart continued sanction effects. Bad timing in any case as they seem to speak out of multiple orifices.

    Secretary Pompeo remains busy in several areas of concern over there. One of them ensuring safe passage through that narrow brown water gap, the Strait of Hormuz. In one’s humble opinion and with that saber swinging taking place over there it is a mistake to point fingers as one is potentially likely to lose a finger or two up at the shoulders and necks. And with the drone activity revealing presumptive parties hanging out alongside the tanker in question, it is also a mistake to presume that there no other drones working overtime in the region collecting surveillance data regarding potential weapons fire from Iran based positions at the drone engaged in a photo-op of certain nefarious deeds on the same starboard side. Those Iranian (Parthians), Parthian shooters, should watch where they’re going instead of where they’ve been. Unless, of course, they have eyes as maneuverable as a Chameleon’s, since they seem to lack certain other surveillance monitoring devices. Makes one wonder what else has been captured in real time.

    • BetelgeuseT-1 on June 17, 2019 at 10:42 pm

      “Makes one wonder what else has been captured in real time.”
      I don’t know, maybe a flyer with the word “Propaganda” written in Hebrew?
      I’m sure Bibi can get that propped up in no time, just as his other child-like almost cartoon-ish “presentations”.

  7. BetelgeuseT-1 on June 17, 2019 at 8:55 pm

    I don’t think this incident has anything whatsoever to do with arms sales to Saudi Arabia, Qatar or any other of these rogue (AngloZionist) proxy states. That’s just distraction from the REAL purpose. They will get their weapons one way (overtly) or the other (covertly). If not today, it will be tomorrow, regardless of international events.
    All the weapons to these rogue states are to be used for the same (ultimate) purpose, and that is the destruction of Iran/Hezbollah. Mostly in the service of the Israeli Zionists and the Oded Yinon plan. As soon as Hezbollah is sufficiently weakened, the IDF (or their proxy terrorists) will invade Lebanon, their immediate goal. Just remember how they twice failed before and got kicked out by Hezbollah. And look at Lebanon now, a beautiful country where Muslims & Christians live in harmony together. Where you can hear church bells ring in one corner and then hear Muslim prayer towers in another. And all this will be destroyed (again) if the Zionists get their way.

    The stage continues to be set for the plan to be moved into its next stage, even after the partial failure of achieving its goals in Syria (for now).
    What happens next will entirely depend on the restraint shown by Iran experiencing these blatant acts of provocation, add the illegal sanctions to that as well. Sanctions that serve no other purpose but to starve the Iranians into submission. Directly aimed at the civilian population, men, women and children. It’s the medieval castle siege strategy.

    None of this is a coincidence or an isolated event, but a continuation of the destruction and then re-draw (Balkanization) of the Middle-Eastern states according to sectarian lines. Break the countries up into powerless mini-states that can then be controlled and subjugated.

    Who’s at the top of the suspect list?
    IMO, there’s not even any question about it, just remember the historical pattern over the last 100 years or so.
    Again, if you want to know who rules you, find out who you’re not allowed to criticize. Unless the Amerikan people face up to this reality, then Amerika (and Europe for that matter) is as much targeted for destruction as the Middle East itself.

  8. Pierre on June 17, 2019 at 7:35 pm

    careful who you root for…Iranian Khomeni (commie) leadership most likely as Jewish as a Saud, or a Trump for that matter.

    anti-semitism was counter-revolutionary and therefore a capital offense under Lenin & Co.. one of the first rules they brought in for some funny reason. Probably some smart arses quoting Churchhill about riff raff outsider Jews behind it all. Then under Stalin it was merely indicative of mental illness and would have you hauled off to a recovery facility in a straight jacket.

    • goshawks on June 17, 2019 at 8:16 pm

      A heads-up from Miles Mathis, for those who have the ears to hear:

      “Looks like Donald Trump is Jewish” by Miles Mathis
      Synopsizing (article is pre-election) :

      “…both Trump’s parents died at Long Island Jewish Medical Center.”

      “So let’s return to Friedrich Drumpf, Donald’s great-grandfather. Two of his sisters are listed as Elisabetha Freund and Syblia Schuster. Those are both Jewish surnames… So at least two of Trump’s great-aunts married Jewish men. This reminds us that his daughter Ivanka married a Jewish man, Jared Kushner. We are told this is an anomaly, but it isn’t.”

      “Trump was brought up in Jamaica Estates, Queens, which has a large Jewish population. He went to Kew-Forest School, ditto. … Trump’s father was on the Board of Trustees at Kew-Forest.”

      “Trump allegedly went to the Wharton School of Business, a famous spook academy.”

      “Ivana [Ivana Marie Trump, first wife of Donald Trump] is also Jewish. An early boyfriend was George Syrovatka. That is a Jewish name. Her first husband was Alfred Winklemeier. … Winklemeier is a Jewish name. … Ivana went to McGill University in Montreal, a spook academy we have run across many times. Geni.com lists her father’s name as both Knavs and Zelnícek. I’ll give you a hint: drop the second ‘e’. You get Zelnick. It is Yiddish for haberdasher. Clothier. It’s Jewish, too.”

      “Both Trump and his father ran with top Jews in New York, including Samuel Lindenbaum and his father Abraham (Bunny), and Roy Cohn. These guys weren’t just their attorneys; they were their enablers.”

      Combine the above with Trump’s out-of-nowhere recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. Throw-in appointments such as hard-core, pro-Israel neocon Bolton and several former Goldman Sachs executives. Toss-in Trump’s out-of-nowhere recognition of Israel’s annexation of Syria’s Golan Heights, and well…

      (For the record, politically I am an Independent. I look at both so-called Parties and just shake my head. So, the above observations are free from the influence of either Pox…)

      • BetelgeuseT-1 on June 17, 2019 at 9:40 pm

        Yep, all the indicators were there as to the purpose of the (s)election of Trojan Trump. The Clinton crime-duo became too much of a liability so the Trojan Horse was wheeled into the election theater. It doesn’t matter which “side” the candidate sits on, they’re both the same. The only difference is the colour, you vote red or blue. The same colour meme that is pushed in the “Colour Revolutions”.

        As to Trump being Jewish, perhaps he is, but then according to Miles Mathis, everyone is.
        Being Jewish doesn’t automatically mean you’re a Zionist.
        That distinction needs to be made.

        • Don B on June 18, 2019 at 7:46 am

          “As to Trump being Jewish, perhaps he is, but then according to Miles Mathis, everyone is.
          Being Jewish doesn’t automatically mean you’re a Zionist.
          That distinction needs to be made.”

          Very good point sir. db

      • Beckysue on June 18, 2019 at 8:28 am

        Good grief!

    • zendogbreath on June 18, 2019 at 12:08 am

      pierre, heard similar elsewhere and it fits occam’s razor nicely.

      gosh, heard that same elsewhere and more. like trump said, his popularity in voldemortistan is higher than bibi’s. one might argue he’s been open about this all along. what’s less openly been admitted to is talpiot and how ussa tech has been usurped and moved to voldemortistan. again (i know, i know) brendon o’connell has some good videos. sure the giant sucking sound of mfg jobs went mostly to china. that’s why trumps grandchildren are learning mandarin at like 75k/yr tuition. the tech jobs went to voldemortistan. that’s why google, intel, all of them are expanding ops in voldemortistan while cutting jobs here.

  9. OrigensChild on June 17, 2019 at 7:23 pm

    I thought Thursday’s news and views was on target and prescient to the geopolitical situation. Since none of this occurs in a vacuum we now seemingly see another created incident to influence a political vote in support if a predetermined outcome. I’m ashamed of our Congress’ willingness to kowtow to every such requests for weapons by states who are up to such perfidy. It boggles the mind.

    • zendogbreath on June 18, 2019 at 12:01 am

      alright, so now we know who to blame. so it’s your congress. i knew it wasn’t mine. been wondering who’s congress it is.

      • OrigensChild on June 18, 2019 at 5:50 pm

        I see you point and lay no claim to these people as representing the majority of my views on matters. Since they assume they occupy seats in the legislature by “fair” elections they presume to represent our interests. I still should have enclosed in quotes.

        • zendogbreath on June 19, 2019 at 12:07 am

          to late. they’re yours now. makes no nevermind to me as long as they’re not mine.

  10. goshawks on June 17, 2019 at 6:01 pm

    Fundamentally related:

    “FBI Busted for Entrapment on 8chan”
    “This is on Twitter, so people need to get onto this before Twitter shuts it down. It took me a while to figure out what is going on with this, so I will say it clearly so people won’t have to take a long time to figure it out –

    Remember the synagogue shooting in New Zealand? As it turns out, the FBI was on 8chan trying to entrap people. The FBI was posting their own stuff to 8chan to prove 8chan was violent and needed to be shut down and have their servers seized, and they proceeded with an affidavit and a lawsuit to accomplish that.

    Problem: 8chan puts ‘you’ and your identifying number right into the script above whatever is posted, and that only shows for whoever posted it. And that ‘you’ was there for every post the FBI itself made to ‘prove’ 8chan was a platform for plotting violence. And they were too stupid to redact the ‘you’, which proves they themselves posted it.

    It Gets Better: So the ‘you’ made it evident that the FBI was posting under user ID number 8f4812 . Archive.org did their ‘duty’ and deleted everything for the FBI, so people could not do what Archive.is MADE POSSIBLE:

    Archive.is had everything the Chans ever had posted, archived. And people started going over those archives, looking for posts by user 8f4812 , and found other threads where the FBI trolled. The FBI got busted posting tons of crap about Russia doing Christchurch.

    And More: Once ONE innocuous post by an FBI agent got discovered for what it was – because the FBI did not redact properly – it allowed people a way to find the rest of what the FBI was doing. And folks, it is not good. For however long this lasts, the Twitter thread on this is here.* Take some time going through this to get a clear picture of what is going on; it proves so much, like:

    1. The FBI controls the Wayback machine (Archive.org), and can have anything removed that they want, but they don’t control Archive.is.

    2. The FBI is a primary instigator of violence on online forums.

    3. The FBI is Totally leftist.

    4. The FBI will try to make people who are aware look like nutcases, by pretending to be ‘aware’ and then acting crazy.

    5. The FBI will sh!tpost to frame forums and provide a ‘reason’ to seize servers and shut them down; when in reality, no one who hit those forums to begin with did anything to cause it.”

    * https://mobile.twitter.com/Jasperge107/status/1140394418312220674

    • Robert Barricklow on June 17, 2019 at 6:49 pm

      A good business models that continuously manufactures criminals; so the FBI can come in to arrest them & save the day; as cameras flash & videos roll; for the just-in-time 6 o’clock/11 nightly news segments, and/or CNN’s, repeat until it’s imprinted, 24/7 lies.
      Now, they’ve gone international.
      Their mantra: form relationships, so you can break them.

    • zendogbreath on June 18, 2019 at 12:00 am

      i’m anticipating a nasty swing to the right as a result of this leftist tendancy soon. reminds of the leftists in italy doing a very bad job of being terrists after all sorts of training and coercion to be terrists and getting away with it for awhile. that’s how we have trump and candace owens tweeting we need to remove citizenship and asset strip anyone caught burning a flag. think what other laws will follow after that goes through.

    • Maatkare3114 on June 18, 2019 at 4:52 am

      Good reasoning goshawks.

  11. goshawks on June 17, 2019 at 5:34 pm

    Tidbit: Both tankers in this incident were hit on the side <away from Iranian shores. Hmm…

    Given Joseph’s “cartoonish quality” to the incident and the fact that neither tanker was sunk, I would flip the sequence of events:

    I suspect that various Senators needed an <out . They either wanted-to or were ‘obligated’-to support the MIC spending agenda. However, they would have looked bad to their constituency by voting to support the weapons packages which enable the Saudis to bomb Yemeni civilians. This might have cost them their office. So, the ‘call’ went out for a face-saving excuse to change their vote.

    Voilà! A mini-attack occurred, with just enough ‘violence’ to <justify the vote-switch. Whew!

    • Robert Barricklow on June 17, 2019 at 6:58 pm

      Who is writing their scripts?
      You’d think they’d be less in-your-face obvious.

      But, then the millionaire club never believed their constituents possessed more than; at the most,
      two operating grey cells.
      After all, those said constituents did vote for them;
      didn’t they?
      Case closed

  12. Robert Barricklow on June 17, 2019 at 5:07 pm

    I biology, the potential contest of individual versus group pervades all levels of life, from cells to empires. Within groups, selfish individuals win against altruists, but groups of altruists beat groups of selfish individuals.
    Zionists/Israelis, within the U.S. group, are like intruders parasites acting for their mother genome against the U.S. group’s interests.

    Not a successful U.S. group strategy as a whole.

  13. Gaia Mars-hall on June 17, 2019 at 1:46 pm

    Thanks Joseph, yours is a very important commentary that does have to be
    said, in public, while we still have a public left on what is still, but barely, life supporting planet.

  14. Detroit Dirt Bikes on June 17, 2019 at 12:58 pm

    This sort of thing always happens precisely when too many of us allow our “smart” vehicles get below a quarter tank. We’ll never know which one of us bums is the one that threw the AI algorithm for failing to fill up last week. Since I’ve been driving around on fumes, I’ll be the first to pitch in to fix Prime Minister Abe’s tanker…

  15. Cuz on June 17, 2019 at 12:04 pm

    I am fascinated by the analogy made by Robert as it was the very first thing that popped into my head when this incident occurred. You mentioned the Gulf of Tonkin . Amazing how the twisting and spinning of events via an article in headline news can do to generate enthusiasm and angst among the populous. I am praying that there are a lot more level headed minds in the Trump’s entourage than those who would settle for the immediate reaction coming out of the State Department.
    We will see…….

  16. Robert Barricklow on June 17, 2019 at 11:33 am

    [post as I read]
    The U.S, is the Big Dog in state-sponsored terrorism.
    Has any truths about Israel become an Act of Revolution?
    Must you be a citizen of Israel to work in the U.S. government’s high echelon’s of power? Or, must you be both an Israeli and an American citizen? Is looking cross-eyed at any Jewish statement now an anti-Zionist act of terror and/or hate crime? Or, visa-versa?
    If you not a Zionist are you on the list:
    … and then they come for you?
    Is the NY Times best selling list really a kosher Zionist list?
    Are the Zionist constructing an Iran Bay of Tonkin?
    [Gulf of Oman]

    The Senators and Congressmen,
    can’t question anything that’s above their pay-grade?

    • zendogbreath on June 17, 2019 at 11:53 pm

      clearly rb, anything can paint you an anti-semite and that is quickly becoming criminal. does anyone remember the days when aclu and maybe even the naacp fought for neo-nazi’s right to march in skokie? curiouser now that folk like adam green and tommy robinson are screaming and playing like white nationalists as though they’re fierce anti-zionists until they’re caught and called out with behind the scenes videos and private investigative facts that connect them with zionists. found out through brendon o’connell last week of adam green’s connections with steve bannon.

  17. Doug Bowersox on June 17, 2019 at 10:44 am

    “they have implicitly sanctioned a form of Christian doctrine – dispensationalism – long understood by traditional Christian confessional positions as a heresy.” Traditional Christian confessional position of dispensationalism as a heresy does not make it a correct understanding of the bible. I have no idea how the whole bible can be read and not understand it to be dispensational. Don’t misunderstand me, I am not a fan of dispensationalism. But this correct interpretation serves to manifest the evilness of Yahweh and Jesus.

    I am pro-human and have no interest in Yahweh and Jesus making us slaves. The whole bible refers to man as servants and more clearly bond servant, both of which are sanitized words for “slave”. The bible brags about the atrocities Yahweh has perpetrated upon man, especially the Israelites. The Bible also brags about the atrocities Jesus will yet visit upon man. I fear this all is and will be true.

    Jesus asks if “evil” man will give his children snakes when they ask for bread. Well, The Father Yahweh did just that. In the wilderness, the Israelites asked for food other than manna. Yahweh’s response was to send fiery snakes into the Israelite encampment to strike, kill, terrorize man.

    WHO IS THE EVIL ONE. Man or Yahweh and his demi-god son Jesus.

    • Joseph P. Farrell on June 17, 2019 at 4:04 pm

      John 8:44…

      • brasyl on June 17, 2019 at 6:38 pm

        Romans 11: 24-32

      • Doug Bowersox on June 18, 2019 at 7:42 am


      • Doug Bowersox on June 18, 2019 at 4:14 pm

        JF, are you suggesting that I am of Satan?

    • OrigensChild on June 17, 2019 at 6:14 pm

      Some of us read Scripture all the time without embracing a dispensationalist point of view. It’s difficult to have a meaningful conversation with someone who has already formulated an opinion like concrete— thoroughly mixed and permanently set. The theological problem with dispensationalism is it renders the work of grace wrought by Christ as incomplete and of no effect. Even some evangelicals reject dispensationalism for a high Christology. But we are rare. .

      • zendogbreath on June 17, 2019 at 11:48 pm

        does anyone get the idea that we’re arguing old arguments – like centuries old arguments? and that we have all been driven like sheep into arguing these old arguments? c’mon all, doc just wrote a great book on mind control and clearly events are being managed (besides the wonderful censorship and corporate coverage of these events) to drive us like the sheep we were raised by the culture to be.

    • Doug Bowersox on June 18, 2019 at 7:43 am


  18. anakephalaiosis on June 17, 2019 at 7:58 am

    Powder keg is less
    ignited while drenched
    in tears of laughter.

    Skull and Bones seek to plant imperial flag on Golgotha, and yet God’s cranium is elsewhere located.

    Swirling point is straight above location, when approaching Bethlehem from south.

    Three wise men arrive at birth as Trilithon; in geometry they are Pi symbol.

  19. basta on June 17, 2019 at 6:49 am

    Just ginning up another Mideast war, the spice must flow.

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