Angela Merkel has an attack of the shakes during a state visit:

After this, she states she see's strong evidence of Iran's involvement in the tanker attacks:

But the Netherlands and Japan, who own the tankers, aren't buying the narrative:

So Mr. Trump now claims to have irrefutable scientific proof that Iran today shot down a U.S. drone, and is promising a response. But there's a catch, he claims someone in the Iranian chain of command made a big blunder.

Meanwhile, India is now deploying elements of the Indian Navy to the Persian Gulf:

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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. Robert Barricklow on June 21, 2019 at 12:11 pm

    In regards to Merkle’s shakes?
    What struck me is were the pieces on the board.
    Humans held in check; either standing or moving,
    but stuck in their precision roles.
    Off that game board were the puppet masters.
    But were they too, stuck into some kind of precision role?

    Back to fate.

    In the Shakespeare play,
    Julius Caesar/they switch beliefs in fate’s role.

    The fault, dear Brutus, in not in our stars,
    But in ourselves, that we are underlings.

  2. Kahlypso on June 21, 2019 at 4:58 am

    Someone else in charge of germany trembled like a leaf in a gale force wind going through amphetamine withdrawal during his last days.. i wonder if she has the same problem….

  3. goshawks on June 21, 2019 at 3:08 am

    (I couldn’t view this video through the site window. A problem with Giza uploads only supporting HTML5. I had to go to Youtube, download it with Video DownloadHelper, and view it on my computer with VLC.)

    Getting back to basics, the pressure on Iran is coming from (a) Iran is not yet subsumed into the world Central Bank hegemon, (b) the long-term Oded Yinon Plan and (c) what was NOT discussed/regulated in the nuke treaty with Iran. As the first two are fairly well known, let’s move on to (c).

    At the time of that treaty, Iran only had a few long-range rockets capable of reaching all of a certain rogue Middle East nation. Hence, that aspect was not included in the treaty. Thanks to a great internal effort, Iran is now cranking-out long-range, conventional-warhead rockets in quantity. This rogue Middle East nation (really, the PTB behind it) did not like this and pulled the chains activating the US President. In my speculation, the plan was to withdraw from the treaty, ratchet-up tensions with sanctions and demonization, force a mini-capitulation, and then ratify much the same treaty with Iran additionally being forced to destroy its long-range rockets (to someone’s benefit). We shall see how that plan turns out…

    On Ms Merkel’s shakes, I really do wonder about either MKUltra-style ‘complications’ or possible ‘interference’ in the control of her from the astral or wherever. Most folks stick to the medical paradigm, but a more out-on-the-twig speculation could include a (temporary) breakdown in the ‘control system’. (And, this could include Ms Clinton and others.)

    • Kahlypso on June 21, 2019 at 4:59 am

      Uninstall VLC goshawks. Trust me. Get rid of it then do a full format on your c drive. Make sure you reset all registers. Get rid of vlc pls. One gizar to another. X

      • goshawks on June 21, 2019 at 5:49 am

        Kahlypso, thanks. Can you give me any ‘sources’ as to why this is needed? (I enjoy VLC because it supports so many formats…)

      • goshawks on June 21, 2019 at 10:58 pm

        I did find this:
        “What is VLC Addon?
        VLC Addon is a rogue browser add-on that claims to be related to VLC media player. The non-profit organization, VideoLAN, is not related to this bogus browser extension – it is developed by cyber criminals. Research shows that cyber criminals exploit the name of this legitimate software to trick Internet users into installing a rogue browser plug-in. After successful infiltration, the plug-in generates intrusive ads (Ads not by this site and Nav-links) and tracks users’ Internet browsing activity by recording various personal information. Having this add-on installed on your system can result in malware infections and privacy issues.

        At time of testing, this fake VLC app was distributed through various dubious ad networks that redirected users to the hxxp:// website. This site displays the fake pop-up message, “Enable required media player”, and attempts to trick users into installing the fake VLP App plug-in on their browsers (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox). At time of research, this rogue website also promoted Bitcoin mining malware and adware called “Browsebeyond”. If you have downloaded VLC media player from hxxp://, be aware that their computers are infected with malware, and therefore, you are strongly advised to eliminate these malicious apps from your browsers and operating system immediately.

        The VLC Addon virus is similar to other adware that installs on Internet browsers using fake downloads including, for example, Feven, Mystart toolbar, and SuperWeb. To avoid installation of these rogue browser plug-ins, download free software (such as VLC media player, Java, and browser updates) from developers’ websites only. Furthermore, when downloading free programs, inspect each download step and opt-out of installation of any advertised browser plug-ins by clicking the ‘decline’ button. When installing downloaded programs, use the ‘Advanced’ or ‘Custom’ installation options – this will reveal installation of bundled browser extensions. If you observe “ads not by this site” and “nav-links” ads when surfing the Internet, check your Internet browser extensions list for a rogue VLC Addon.”
        So far, I believe I have just the real VLC (from VideoLAN) on my computer. I have not seen any strange, additional ads. If this changes, I will definitely take steps…

        • zendogbreath on June 25, 2019 at 11:57 pm

          doc and dan, word of note and/or request? start a new category for posts? tech talk – just like topics like this one

          g and k, what about clipgrab?

  4. zendogbreath on June 20, 2019 at 11:05 pm

    we’re sounding here like we’re feeling it’s one nation/state more responsible than any other. which on the face of it does look true. please consider that the face of it is fiercely controlled and made up to look that way. if any of us believe one nation state or the other is responsible, then all we can be certain of is that we were made to think that. intentionally. carefully. by seriously powerful folk and their minions.

    someone brought an idea across my mind controlling computer screen last week. if one can argue that mossad was involved in 911 then one must come to terms with the idea that fsb/kgb did too. thinking that the russian/jewish mafia would allow israel and russia to be anything other than close allies (closer than ussa and israel) is delusional. israeli press, ussa press, all press confirm this. israeli press tout this. ussa tech companies are moving and have moved to israel and are being manned by russian brain drain.

    perhaps all indicators do point to a nation/state. the point in all this is that those indicators are as controlled as all the other narratives – especially the false flag narratives. the questions are – who wants us to believe as such? – what tactics, strategies and goals can we expect down the road from such folk? – where? – when? – how? good luck with those three. and the big one is why?

    • Robert Barricklow on June 20, 2019 at 11:29 pm

      Good analogies.
      The nation states are either the fronts and/or fall guys.
      The ent (I) ties behind the state that have gained control of the levers of power are behind other states/corps. You’ve put your finger on some of them.
      Whatever the why; it’s nothing to do w/our human interets.

  5. Richard on June 20, 2019 at 10:59 pm

    . . . Simply put, in one’s humble opinion, intelligence gathering remains in effect throughout the Persian Gulf and Strait of Hormuz. The current and scantily offered drone information will likely continue to lack sources and methods as well as continued operations. Pretty much a given actually.

    That purported report from Japanese sailors aboard the Japanese tanker deserves further scrutiny in a timely manner as it has some aspects of hyper-sonic missile activity and accuracy, if not the mine removal first reported. There are too few arsenals with that capability. Ask yourself, “What hath the following ancient battlefield tactics, “Parthian shot” and “Crazy Ivan,” in common?” “Could there have been a shoreline missile launch initially at a presumptive drone target, that missed initially, that went a bit to low and into that Japanese tanker?” “What are criteria for launch, trajectory, and end position or tanker impact point that would corroborate those Japanese sailor testimonies?” “False flag” may have a position in some novella, but unlikely in the Strait of Hormuz, at this time.

    Not one to insinuate policy talk from President Putin’s assertion that military action against Iran would be a ‘catastrophe for the region,’ but he and the Ayatollah do make strange bed follows in the same region all in the name of gas and oil. Annexing the Strait of Hormuz is not in Iran’s or, especially, the Ayatollah’s tactical best interests. A blockade by Iran and/or Russia, is not either. However, removing evidence from that ship’s starboard side sneaks of certain deception if not a tactical error given that it was captured on candid camera. One has not witnessed any smiling faces or gloating prancing by some misguided generals in charge yet.

    Sec Pompeo, who understands something of intelligence gathering, despite what some folks think about three-letter-agencies, based his assessment on “intelligence, the weapons used, the level of expertise needed to execute the operation, recent similar Iranian attacks on shipping, and the fact that no proxy group operating in the area has the resources and proficiency to act with such a high degree of sophistication.” (from FoxNews) Somewhat inclusive, but not necessarily ‘False flag’ or all revealing, either. Now what is being contested is that the drone, flying in international airspace over international waters, was ‘violating our national security border,’ according to Revolutionary Guard commander Gen. Hossein Salam. He probably should have been watching where he was going instead of taking that Parthian shot.

    Indian warships to protect Indian assets in the region sounds reasonable but adds to the number of folks involved and needed coordination of ships navigating the strait and gulfs. And purported cruise missiles from Iran into Saudi Arabia are not wise tactical measures, either.

  6. Foglamp on June 20, 2019 at 9:55 pm

    I see it a little differently. The key to understanding the situation is that most under-reported of organizations, The Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO). The arrival of the Indian navy on the scene is a reminder from the SCO: an attack on one is an attack on all. Sending an Indian ship is a lot less provocative than sending a Russian and/or Chinese one; but the message is just as loud and clear. The SCO is serious and it cannot afford to sacrifice a member. USA, proceed at your own risk.

    • BetelgeuseT-1 on June 20, 2019 at 9:58 pm

      Foglamp, I sincerely hope you’re right.
      Let sanity prevail, don’t expect it to come from the provocateurs.

    • OrigensChild on June 20, 2019 at 10:46 pm

      Foglamp, you and I share the same thinking with respect to the Indian navy on this one. Russia, China and Japan all approve of this measure and would privately endorse this strategy. Its would be seen as less aggressive–but a very stern, polite rebuke. It may be true that everyone wants to see regime change in Iran, but no one wants a regime worse than the one already present. If the Unrestrained States of Anarchy has it’s way the next regime will be worse. To date the USA has a sterling track-record of chaos with every regime replaced. If we have not learned our lessons with respect to nation building by now, I don’t believe we ever will. The presence of the Indian navy may be polite–but that navy could be quickly augmented with some serious teeth if “our” government persists in spreading its pestilence.

  7. BetelgeuseT-1 on June 20, 2019 at 9:15 pm

    Let’s put it bluntly as follows.
    If I believe the narrative – based on zero evidence – that Iran attacked these tankers, then I also believe in this:
    1. That Irak had WMDs
    2. That Iraki soldiers were throwing babies out of incubators
    3. That Libyan soldiers were given Viagra to rape women
    4. That Assad used chemical weapons on his on own people
    5. That OsamaBL did 9/11 all on his own
    6. That the Yemeni war is a “civilian” war
    7. That the Syrian war is a “civilian” war

    I could go on, but let’s keep it in this specific context.
    Question: What do all of the above events have in common (at multiple levels)?

    Only Iranian restraint can avoid all-out war.
    All-out war that they are PROVOKED in to fighting.
    The answer to the above question reveals who is doing the provoking.
    Same tactic, over-and-over. If these provocateurs-extraordinaire continue to be protected and receive “name suppression”, then prepare yourselves for more war.

  8. Robert Barricklow on June 20, 2019 at 7:20 pm

    Merkle’s shakes shades of Colin Powell’s evidence of war. False-flag story-telling deceptions change quite rapidly.
    An American can’t criticize Israel on this tanker incident unless; he or she resides, in a Israel free-speech state.
    The Iranians certainly wouldn’t tell the head of the Japanese State of the Tanker attack[s] over a piece of chocolate cake.
    Still think Israel is the perp, w/others near by.

  9. Don B on June 20, 2019 at 7:18 pm

    I am not a fan of Angela Merkel… but I felt for the lady and for her fortitude to hang in there as long as she did.

  10. DownunderET on June 20, 2019 at 7:13 pm

    This issue of the tankers is SCREAMING FALSE FLAG, I mean cui bono here. The Iranians as Joseph said are not stupid, but those neocons in D.C. ARE.
    This whole game can get out of hand very quickly, one small move by either party can set off something we have all dreaded for a long time. Someone should sit all this people involved down and run some WW2 footage of what a war looks like including lots of dead bodies.

    • zendogbreath on June 20, 2019 at 10:23 pm

      you think these people are worried about a few dead soldiers or civilians? in any numbers? what past performance and/or behavior indicates any care or concern that these plutocrats have for humanity other than for their orders from the wgoe?

  11. Lord Farquaad on June 20, 2019 at 6:43 pm

    Frau Merkel has to take it easy on the sauce. Enough said.

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