Maybe it's appropriate that we're talking again about the BREXIT on Halloween, and briefly about the strange Israeli embassy shut down. But it's been a whirlwind week in Britain as the House of Commons has made it official, calling for a general election on Dec. 12. But is Prime Minister Boris Johnson's new BREXIT deal really a BREXIT?

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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 November 1, 2019 at 10:29 am

    And……Where is “The City of London” in all this??? Is this not the Group who has & still is, running the economic world for centuries?? By controlling the The World of Patents….all else can be controlled by The Few, right?!!!

    I became aware of a man by the name of Dean Henderson who seems to have a pretty good handle on how we humans have been “controlled” for centuries. You seem to have to be born into the Ruling Elite class. Was the founding of the U.S. simply an aberration in the flow of humanity??? I wonder!!

  2. Connedincalifornia on October 31, 2019 at 11:34 pm

    I tried to load docs into my book. Went to ec.europa. Found 2 docs, 1 is 27 pages long, another is over 500 pages long. Not sure what’s what.

  3. TRM on October 31, 2019 at 9:18 pm

    You are early for your vid chats? What a concept! Maybe bug DJ about it next time you are on his show 🙂

  4. marcos toledo on October 31, 2019 at 7:46 pm

    The EU lets face it looks more like a pact with the Devil Germany never developed the management skills to run Europe. Europe had one chance Rome and they blew it they had to deal with the barbarians of Germania and the Mediterranean pirates plus stupid wars against Persia. As for Britain and Ireland Scotland, the Norman overlords blew that too miss management if London gets out of this political tarbaby its troubles will only be beginning.

    • anakephalaiosis on November 1, 2019 at 4:00 am

      Julius Caesar reported, that Druidic curriculum was in poetry. Assuming there is a cognate between Runic and Druidic poetry, then there is a treaty in the Runes.

      Since there is a possible cognate between solving the Runes, and drawing sword in Arthurian mythos, then there is a Holy Grail treaty, that unites all of Europe.

      Monty Python encountering the killer rabbit of feminism is admittedly an obstacle. Yet one does not withdraw in face of danger, when draining the swamp in the teapot empire.

  5. Nidster - on October 31, 2019 at 7:08 pm

    No doubt in my thinking that the Devil actually “is” in the details of the ‘deal’.

  6. Richard on October 31, 2019 at 7:03 pm

    Vagaries and vulgarities dressed up European. There are some semblances or smatterings of a well-positioned Pact in those pages. NATO Pact, that is, in that NATO states shall “settle disputes among themselves peacefully and defend one another against outside aggressors.”. . . Or, perhaps, self-serving infiltrators and influencers would be more appropriately used. There is a certain “G/g” word that has come up from time to time.

    There is more than just the European Union (EU) in play here, of course, as many EU members are NATO members almost by default if not through an added treaty between sovereign country and EU generally. One would suggest it is also unexplored territory by all members involved, probably why it also affects the rest of the Commonwealth, US, and allied others. What wasn’t well placed were the sovereign nations, their governing electorate, and peoples discovering that the EU bureaucrats and their bureaucracy infiltration tactics were going to have more say in local affairs than the peoples of those respective sovereign nations did. That mix has been brewing for decades and certain powers that remain despite others sovereign rights knew, too. Such are some who believe they’re godly given to rule.

    It would seem that the once overlords of the distant colonies have come to reckon with an influence, they’d rather not have looming, over they of the Isle’s.

  7. goshawks on October 31, 2019 at 6:35 pm

    I am going to run with Joseph’s passed-over (sorry) topic:
    “Israel’s embassies around the world closed over pay dispute”

    To me, this has a far darker implication than the extended Brexit mess. (Brexit negotiations could even be a distraction.) If you believe the embassy closures are over a pay dispute, I have a bridge in Brooklyn that I want you to bid on. In my opinion, something Big is up, and the word has come down to get your people out (or at least hunkered-down somewhere). An equivalent thing happened with the broadcast ‘warning’ to stay away from the Twin Towers on 9/11.

    Readers may remember the last time this happened (also under a cover story):
    “Israel closes embassies around the world as diplomats strike”
    Nothing happened (publicly) around that time, but anxieties arose due to the improbability of diplomats actually striking…

    The closures are either a negotiating tactic (see, we mean it) or a precursor to some planned Big Event. So, watch for any ‘warning’ signs like a certain population hunkering-down or leaving an area…

  8. DownunderET on October 31, 2019 at 5:12 pm

    WHAT A MESS !!!!!
    What possessed the UK to join this EU in the first place ???
    It seems that the Madrid Circular didn’t allow for modern times politics, and further more, why didn’t the UK parliament see this coming, I mean it sticks out like a sore thumb.

    • Foglamp on November 7, 2019 at 6:01 am

      The UK did not join the EU. It joined the EEC and subsequently failed to prevent it from morphing into the even more inimical EU. It was a sort of bait-and-switch operation.

  9. Robert Barricklow on October 31, 2019 at 12:06 pm

    BREXIT in name only.
    What a shame, what a shenanigan, what a sinister charade.
    The Devil is in the tell-pointedly-arrowed-details running amok in the devilish Nazi Annex.
    Under jurisdiction of the EU.
    Who is/was your answer? [you(r) being the Protocol]
    Subjects of the European Union; not Britain?
    Any daylight in British sovereignty?
    Or, has that shining light, at the end of these
    64 thousand devilish detailed paged tunnels,
    been algorithmically/alchemically turned off?
    So, no British sovereignty?
    But wait! It gets better![?] / 9:18 clicks in
    If you think that algorithmic protocol wasn’t tight enough; you were right!
    More algorithmic protocols have been added too tighten down any possible escapes clauses/hatches written in possible near or extended futures.
    But wait!
    If that wasn’t tight enough CONTROL?
    There’s more !!!

    [excuse me, I’ve got to get a law degree to pars this out]

    • Robert Barricklow on October 31, 2019 at 12:46 pm

      [subhuman section #6] 10:28 clicks in
      Looks like even the British lawyers are as screwed as the other British citizen … er? Are they even any technical British/lawyer citizens, left or right, according to protocol?
      Are they all now technically EU cannon fodder subjects?
      And to think I thought the TPP was bad!
      Oh my God! Not again?
      But wait, it gets better?
      [more tighter & leaner protocol control] 13:53 clicks in
      subhuman paragraph 16
      If a live or death situation develops,
      your a limited to very specific protocol remedies.
      [What these are is anybody’s guess.]
      Since the British are used to feudalism in Kings, Queens, and aristocrats; these new EU subject will become easily balance in the new peasant-like EU medieval protocols.
      Hey, when you consider your country lost the covert war; this treaty ain’t all that bad.

      You will be assimilated into the protocol-hive in no-time.

      • anakephalaiosis on October 31, 2019 at 4:34 pm

        Original law is contract law, because no one will abide by any law, if there is no contract. Existence of natural law would suggest the existence of a natural contract. God.

        Reconstruction of the original contract is precisely what the Druidic Runes are. At Runnymede, the barons’ men had freedom in heart, and the king’s men had gold in their pockets.

        Equality of arms is a Runic principle, when binding the wolf’s-head. One quarter of the Runes define legislation, judiciary and executive. Feudal slaves are less pawns, when going outside the chessboard.


        • Robert Barricklow on October 31, 2019 at 6:15 pm

          Loved the concept of your last italicized line.

  10. Melodi on October 31, 2019 at 10:50 am

    I suspect a lot of the hidden “landmines” in this document are a result of trying to Keep a Border out of Northern Ireland; however, that may be being used as an excuse to try and keep the ultimate control of the UK in the hands of the EU.

    Nothing would surprise me at this point, people are just so tired of the whole thing that most people want it “over-with,” even here in the Irish Republic.

    On the other hand, NO ONE I know wants a return to the Northern Irish Civil War (that is what The Troubles really were – they just stuck another name on it) but sadly folks are already using it as an excuse to try and heat things up.

    A border with border checkpoints WILL become a target which will likely either result in London having to send the military back into Northern Ireland and/or a referendum to allow the North to join the Republic (or potentially both eventually).

    However, I hadn’t heard anything of what was in that treaty until you posted this -I think many BREXIT folks would NOT go along with it if they knew what is in there.

    Meanwhile, I’m avoiding the UK “election news” except for a daily update because it will all be smoke and mirrors until the day AFTER the election when the results are known.

    Not much reason to “stay tuned” until that is settled.

  11. DanaThomas on October 31, 2019 at 10:33 am

    There is certainly food (and fees) for lawyers to chew over in what is presumably only a transition period. Since these agreements are basically made by and for oligarchs, with occasional lip service to democracy, the points you raised on jurisdiction will probably come to the forefront mainly when the interests of the 0.001% in Britain, Germany or elsewhere are called into question. As well as in lawsuits exclusively tailored to publicity seeking of the Gina Miller type.
    Just how binding will the 64 pages be (thankfully there were not 66 pages, which would require a comment by S.K.Bain) may be open to speculation.
    Recently Rees-Mogg (government leader of the House of Commons) hinted that EU law itself would be used to extricate the UK from EU (German) rule.
    Website members might check the analyses by “UK Column” (website and YT channel).
    Speaking of German rule, it was interesting to see the dispute over remaining in the customs union with the EU over the transition period; this was supported not only by the remainers, but by Corbyn too. We might recall that the customs union – Zollverein – was the wedge used by Prussia to break down the other German States before it eventually annexed them.
    One thing is certain: all the UK political parties adhere to varying degrees to the globalist agenda or significant parts thereof.

    • Robert Barricklow on October 31, 2019 at 12:49 pm

      Loved it!

  12. anakephalaiosis on October 31, 2019 at 9:04 am

    The Druidic treaty stipulates 34 principles, of which 29 are articulated in a vernacular document.

    The last Druidic article allows for the unilateral pulling of a needle from haystack, defining supreme authority.

    The Druidic treaty is a protocol, that defines trias politica, and therefore it supersedes any body politic.

    “The Brexit over the River Kwai” has stiff upper lips building bridges, that clandestines blow up.

  13. Dave Cradduck on October 31, 2019 at 8:18 am

    Hi Joseph the EU is not a Democracy it operates like a communist state exactly like the Russian model a large parliament the Duma rubber stamps laws made by the President and the upper house.
    In the recent European election of top officials the EU parliament voted either to accept or reject those nominated by the EU commission only one name on the ballot paper take it or leave it, if you reject their nomination they pick another one, they never lose control. The EU is run by a Politburo.

    • Joseph P. Farrell on October 31, 2019 at 8:19 am

      Yes I’m aware of that, and outlined the roots of that system in my book The Third Way

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