G.B. and G.L.R. both spotted this one, and emailed me this article from Zero Hedge within three hours of each other. I happened to be sitting at the computer at that time, and when things like that happen, I sit up and take notice. Sure enough, others started emailing me the article or similar stories as the day went on. In Giza community terms, that's a "spike." So I opened the article to see what the Kardinals of Karlsruhe were up to this time. And in case you're wondering what the term "Kardinals of Karlsruhe" means, well, the article explains that too, but basically, it boils down to the crimson robes and hats German supreme court justices wear, and it even includes a nice picture so you can see for yourself:

Top German Court Finds Some ECB Action Unconstitutional, Gives 3 Month Ultimatum To Fix QE

And here's the decisions the crimson-berobed justices handed down:

Germany's Constitutional Court - sometimes called the Kardinals of Karlsruhe for their colorful  garb - stunned markets on Tuesday when it ruled that some actions by the European Central Bank may be unconstitutional, and that unless the ECB can prove that PSPP was "proportional" in the next three months, the Bundesbank should no longer participate on PSPP

In a 7-to-1 ruling, the judges said that the quantitative easing program isn’t backed by European Union treaties. That’s why German authorities acted unconstitutionally by not challenging the €2.7 trillion plan.

The court said the ECB should have discussed a number of factors on how QE may have affected a wide swath of the economy, including shareholders, renters and insurance buyers. Reviewing those issues, and the proportionality of QE, would bring the program into compliance with EU law.

The Court found that the Federal Government and the German Bundestag violated the complainants’ rights under Art. 38(1) first sentence in conjunction with Art. 20(1) and (2), and Art. 79(3) of the Basic Law (Grundgesetz – GG) by failing to take steps challenging that the ECB, in its decisions on the adoption and implementation of the PSPP, neither assessed nor substantiated that the measures provided for in these decisions satisfy the principle of proportionality," a press release read from the court.

"The Bundesbank may thus no longer participate in the implementation and execution of the ECB decisions at issue, unless the ECB Governing Council adopts a new decision that demonstrates...the PSPP are not disproportionate to the economic and fiscal policy effects," the judges said.

Regular readers might recall that just a few weeks ago, the same red robed justices struck down the European court of patents as being fundamentally incompatible with the German "basic law" or constitution. But in reading this decision, at least as Zero Hedge is reporting it, one has to wonder: are the justices concerned more for the fact that the European Central Bank is not acting in accordance with EU treaties, or rather, more concerned that the German government acting outside the competence and jurisdiction of the German constitution, or Grundgesetz? Are they trying to chart some "middle way"? Or backing off from their earlier ruling regarding the European Patent Court and tacking toward the EU?

Lacking any further facts, I do entertain a suspicion here, and that is, read in the context of its earlier decision regarding the European patent court, that this decision is of a piece. What the Kardinals of Karlsruhe seem to be saying is: Look, the EU and its institutions, in this case, the European Central Bank, are not even abiding by the very treaties that established them, and hence, besides that, the German government, in going along with it, are also acting unconstitutionally. In other words, the way I am interpreting this is that far from tacking back toward the EU, this decision is a double punch both to the EU and to Mad Madam Merkel's government.

And that translates to  "something is up in Karlsruhe." Perhaps they took the additives out of the water and are not eating GMOs, and as a result, are able to think for themselves. In any case, there's something else this action may signify, because it means there are groups in Germany bringing suits of this nature to the courts. And that means that some in Germany are getting fed up with the EU. Perhaps it's fitting that the decision comes down at this time frame, for today marks the 75th anniversary of the (second) surrender of the German armed forces to the Allies and Soviets,  ending the Second World War in Europe.

Meanwhile, further south, other kinds of cardinals are raising some potent objections to Pope Marxist the First, who, following the Pauline dictum a little too far, appears to be trying to be all things to all people, except a Roman Catholic Pope to Roman Catholics...

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. DanaThomas on May 11, 2020 at 4:49 am

    The European Disunion bubble is about to burst thanks to this (@Joseph you’ll love this cartoon!)

  2. anakephalaiosis on May 11, 2020 at 3:33 am

    Reformation killed 1/3 of German population, and the hidden papal agenda was to traumatize Europe into exodus, to populate the New World – to create a new empire.

    Patsy Martin Luther was dry and dull, driven by personal ambition, in bad company of papal agents provocateurs, whom he later exposed, calling out their false Hebrew scholarship.

    There is no social contract in any empire, because imperial civilization is NOT a social contract, but a Stockholm syndrome – according to Tacitus’ Germania.

    The original social contract was destroyed, by massacre in Verden, AD782, by Charlemagne.

    The original Druidic social contract of Europe, by Ryne-Stafas of Widukind:

  3. Ronin on May 10, 2020 at 3:13 pm

    This may or may not play into the Germans appearing to “break their chains,” but I would also add that aside from what ever may be hiding in black budget programs or breakaway civilizations, Germany is leading the way in the Fusion race. Perhaps this tidbit would tip the scale in their favor?

    • anakephalaiosis on May 11, 2020 at 3:58 am

      Empires need no pretext to war, but sometimes they disguise themselves, behind a false pretext.

      In case of the occupation of Iceland, there is no pretext, only a boot print. It sticks out like sore thumb.

      Icelanders went bloodwrack, causing occupants to float in harbor. That has been hushed-up.

      English language does not contain the concept of bloodwrack, known to all Scandinavians.

  4. DanaThomas on May 10, 2020 at 11:58 am

    It is no news that the oligarchs in Germany, like the USSA, just have no concept of being friends with other countries, being stuck in a slave/master mindset. Everybody in Europe understands this. This German court decision is good news for Italy, where the political class is preposterously pusillanimous when it comes to the EU; I’ve been saying for at least a year that it will be the Germans who will cause Italy’s exit from the euro and hopefully the EU too, with the Italian power structure, kicking and screaming, having to comply in the end.

  5. Marco on May 9, 2020 at 10:33 pm

    off topic, but a geat watch to see the president of Tanzania explaing how they the laboratory cam back with positive corona test results for pawpaw, jackfruit and a goat.

    • Katie B on May 10, 2020 at 4:54 am

      Great find. Everyone needs to watch this video.

      The President of Tanzania is the most intelligent worthy leader of our time. The West is a banana republic.

    • Robert Barricklow on May 10, 2020 at 12:45 pm

      From my perspective this fine video says/Work together as a people; don’t be afraid of each other as “they” want you to be[by design].
      Since they tested deep inside a fruit and it had the virus; the test has purposely been corrupted from the get go.
      It’s fraud. “Their” basic operating system from the money, to the computer operating systems; all throughout western systems, fraud is endemic & systematic.
      Great video!
      Thanks for the link!

  6. eliot on May 9, 2020 at 9:56 am

    Step 1: extend easy credit to ensure debt saturation
    Step 2: cancel credit lines now essential to daily trade
    Step 3: offer “bailouts” to take possession of now bankrupt industry
    Step 4: offer “solution” which is more power for ECB
    Step 5: offer easy credit to ensure debt saturation………

  7. goshawks on May 9, 2020 at 3:35 am

    All of these ‘Quantitative Easings’ are basically creating and dumping new money into the system. New money is created all the time in small batches to match the growth of an economy (see Franklin quote below). In small batches, it prevents problems occurring from literal lack of money in the economy. However, in big chunks, it finally cascades-out into more money chasing the same goods, i.e., inflation.

    The Kardinals of Karlsruhe probably remember the hyperinflation days under the Weimar Republic. They took one look at PSPP and saw the end-result. So, they are thinking-up ways to hobble that system…

    Benjamin Franklin, explaining to Bank of England directors his ideas on why the colonies were so prosperous (1763):
    “That is simple. In the Colonies, we issue our own money. It is called Colonial Scrip. We issue it in proper proportion to the demands of trade and industry to make the products pass easily from the producers to the consumers. In this manner, creating for ourselves our own paper money, we control its purchasing power, and we have no interest to pay no one.”

    • Robert Barricklow on May 9, 2020 at 11:24 am

      … and no taxes[only if necessary to curb inflation; and then, back to “normal”: no taxes.

  8. Richard on May 9, 2020 at 1:46 am

    It seems that anywhere there’s monetary transactions there’s fiscal policy to be adhered to. When one considers those numerous moving parts involved with nearly all transactions, some plain as day and as simple as rent payments or shop keeper pricing of retail goods, or even the funds receiving employees, there’s a lot of fiscal responsibility to be maintain and enforced. Never mind whether there are outside players wanting in on the inside action for take over or, at least, primary influence.

    It’s best not to have any likeness of a dominos effect should there be fluctuation in the markets inside or outside of any sovereign nation’s finances. One can only hope that those wearing the red or in charge of high financing or both are not from outside trying to disrupt what’s inside by taking advantage of flukes in the legalese and jargon before anyone recognizes the handy work of thieves.

    Rule of law has its limitations there as everyone subject to them must honor them in kind, not come to be found to be bought and paid for from outside from you know where. Scruples in these matters often help to deter widespread thievery and disruption. Not everyone may be at the negotiating table with everyone else’s interest in mind in this global setting. Banks affect all merchants, traders, investors, and consumers. No doubt, there’s quite a few still wary of what happened a decade or so ago and what could be set up through the current mess most folks find themselves in.

    • Billy Bob on May 9, 2020 at 9:06 am

      Trust is the key feature in any transaction, monetary or human. Thus the art of deception and illusion are born. Those who detect or recognize the deception are subject to harsh treatment. Ask the many bankers of late, except those no longer with us.

  9. Robert Barricklow on May 8, 2020 at 9:22 pm

    Germany wants to be the Big dog.
    Germany’s going to call the shots.
    As the Bush the lesser would say,
    Your either w/us; or, agin us.
    Problem is, like in the U.S.; WHO’s in charge.
    No! to the world heath organization calling the shots.
    The real problem for WHO[NWO]; is that Germany doesn’t want to switch one master for another master.
    They want to be the Big Dog w/no masters. [IMO]

  10. marcos toledo on May 8, 2020 at 7:37 pm

    The game of musical chairs continues at that monstrosity called the European Union. Now, will those European chieftainships who call themselves nation-states finally get their acts together and form a true state like China and Russia I seriously doubt it.

  11. Robert Barricklow on May 8, 2020 at 5:16 pm

    In trying to establish a broad-stroke background from which to picture events coming into focus, like these covid19 times; I see an internationalist communists brush blended in/against a national socialism Nazi brush. Two groups w/histories both personal and ideological.
    Both are in a long game; both go back further, under different umbrella families.
    Of course, money/power are the tools they wish to control through policies that are implemented in favor of certain viewpoints.
    This current ruling is under control, IMO, of the Nazi international.
    Again, breaking it down into a simple internationalist NWO versus a different internationalist order at crosswords w/the NWO?

    • Robert Barricklow on May 8, 2020 at 6:11 pm

      Or, is it the other way around?
      NWO is the fascist order?
      Or, are both communist/Fascist under one NWO umbrella?

      • Billy Bob on May 8, 2020 at 7:52 pm

        I rather doubt ideology is a deal breaker…a coalition is just that. Surveillance Capitalism is the new school. Adam Smith’s invisible hand is no longer a factor.

    • Robert Barricklow on May 8, 2020 at 6:22 pm

      Just as I was writing this i happened on a video of Celest Solom that was addressing this same issue:

      • Robert Barricklow on May 8, 2020 at 6:49 pm

        She is a devout Christian working at FEMA.
        She saw the people around her as evil
        [going to kill parts of the population]
        and got the hell out; but, at great personal cost.
        Still listening.
        It’s highly organized.
        That’s one of “their” long standing signatures.
        It’s breathtaking: the scope & depth of this global governance operation that’s ongoing, as we speak.

        • Robert Barricklow on May 8, 2020 at 7:46 pm

          Another source; but w/a heavy prophesy qualifier.
          Still, her info on the governance structure is solid. Even Elana Freeland recommends her viewers/listeners to check out Celest Solom’s governance structures[videos].
          After viewing just a glimpse; it’s frightening, even to think, it’s being nailed into place as we speak.
          By the way, if you can’t be re-educated; your breathing is put on a countdown to shutdown protocol. W/or w/o covid19 assistance.
          For the living; it’s hell on Earth.
          Nothing from nature allowed.
          Why would any human support these structure?

      • sam mcervale on May 10, 2020 at 10:25 pm

        Hi Robert. I read your comments with interest. I watched your video recommendation above and found it very informative. I then looked up the website that the presenter had focussed on (specifically: I have a bit of a background in platforms and systems at the high-end corporate level, and so share my comments.

        What I noted was the symbolic connection between the top-down presentation of the “plan” and organisational structure depicted in the UI, which was (as depicted in the video, and effectively), an organisational chart in mind-map format of how one would theoretically completely organise every governing body across the world into a relevant silo based on a value system.

        I immediately grasped the symbolic link between the commonly propagated picture of the virus (being a large sphere studded with little towers, themselves crowned with orthogonally connected triangular caps) and the menu-map format. It’s an excellently described organisational chart, exceptionally well conceived and depicted, apparently 200 levels deep (which is probably about right when you’re building a worldwide governance system), and quite instructive, really.

        I read through the media section, and noticed it was either a collation centre or highlight section, I didn’t go through all the links. The rest of the site was paywalled, so I only got to to the first page of any of the others I clicked through.

        Some of the subject areas I perused were unfinished, with header info that was cut mid sentence. That is usually an indicator that there was a maximum word limit in the header and the submitted blurb exceeded that limit, for example, and that typically means parts of the website have not as much attention as others. In my experience, that usually means not all aspects of the “reach” of the scope of the management remit are as fleshed out as others. This indicates to me that the management focus and grasp is not yet that far advanced in all areas.

        Looking through the website, particular care appeared to have been taken on the information surrounding the pathogen response and the media concerns, in particular.

        It was quite the website really, definitely a professional job and quite detailed. Kind of looked like the holy grail of contemporary organisational management charting, certainly will have required quite a few MBA’s to have pulled it off and clearly and succinctly describes a committee structure capable of coordinating something quite large.

        Of interest to you, perhaps, is that I was explaining to my long-suffering wife that the World Economic Forum appears to be in an excellent position to manage on co-ordinate the entire world economy through a handy website they had put together, and that it was structured in such a fashion to have symbolically connected the awful image of hte virus on tv and the solutions documents given on the WEF website.

        Imagine my surprise when I revisited the website to illustrate that very point to her long-suffering self, when I discovered that all remnants of such website had evidently disappeared. I looked and looked, and assured herself that I’m not crazy, and it was here, and the flat file, instagram representation that is now displayed was not what was there before. None of that symbology is left, the obvious detail is completely gone and you will not find any remnant of the wanton plan on that website anymore.

        Fair enough, I thought, I’ll go to the way back machine and get it from there, just to show that I’m not mis-remembering information I was sure of two days ago. Imagine my surprise when the way back machine, which is supposed to hold the definitive records of all websites as snapshots on various days gone by to keep the bastards honest, does not have the record of what the website used to look like. It looks exactly as it looks right now, even a month back. Hmmm.

        I would be interested to know if anyone else can find an archived copy of that video, because it looks to me like the WEF suddenly realised their management plan’s beating heart, the org chart, their tabernacle, was accidentally exposed to common view, and its been quickly and expertly snatched back into the background with none, hopefully, the wiser.

        I’ve saved an offline copy of that video, just in case it goes missing too.

        • Robert Barricklow on May 10, 2020 at 11:29 pm

          sam mcervale
          That video/site speaks of a highly organized syndicate in the process [as we speak] of transitioning/integrating new modeling global governance systems.
          Pretty petty are the methods of dividing societies at large[6 feet here; and different distances there; depending on whatever occult reference that country’s employing(an ironic a word as distancing)].
          Just the breath & scope of this is beyond measure; in whatever parameters one chooses.
          That people are laying down for this disgusts me.
          Granted, “they’ve” weaponized frequencies.
          All i see are governments against the very people “they’re” supposedly representing.
          Again, Sam, irony rules/
          Public, Enemy #1. !

        • Robert Barricklow on May 11, 2020 at 12:59 am

          sam mcervale
          Sorry to hear they’re paywalled.
          Actually a way to discourage information gathering; except for those w/beaucoup bucks.
          I anticipate; had you paid, you might end up in to loop and/or on another “mainstream track. In other words, if this is what I think it is, there are at least two sets of books/organizational charts. Like the Venetians used to do in the good old days. Those days only progressed and their deceptions digitized.
          Still, those missing pieces actually signify/verify their signature. Beside highly organized; they’re disappearing not only files, videos, graphs, and the like. There are also disappearing people.

          So, I do think there’s a “live ” wire herein. In a way, one and understand the three chimps holding their ears, eyes, and mouths; when confronted w/such evil.
          But, most of these guys are chimps[chumps] dressed us in suits; no idea of what’s going on or down. They’re dumbed down monkeys “following policy”.
          Doctor’s orders have become tyrannical; and the longer it takes to dislodge this newly imagined world in favor of the real one, the greater the risk.
          In nature, adaptation is important; the plan is not. It’s a Zen thing. We must plan. But we must be able to let go of the plan too.
          The Tao Te Ching says:
          The rigid person is a disciple of death;
          The soft supple, and delicate are the lovers of life.

          • sam mcervale on May 11, 2020 at 6:17 am

            Well, I should be clear. I am not certain that the WEF site is paywalled, and may in fact not be, I didn’t check. What I should have said is that one needs an account to progress further than the first splash page of each “node”. I didn’t fancy feeding the ducks that close to the bear’s cave, as it were, and so did not attempt to create an account, so I should not have stated that.

          • dogsbreth on May 11, 2020 at 6:56 am

            One last thing, I found a way to get to what remains of the org chat/”plan” that is still visible by searching through my browser history links one by one.

            It appears as through the primary website has had a quick UI uplift over the past few days, but the COVID-19 page hasn’t been touched, possibly out of concern that some in-use functionality may be impacted thereby. It would certainly be a problem if your media centre suddenly went out of action owing to a systems issue while in the middle of a pandemic, I imagine.

            Anyways, if anyone is interested in what all the fuss is about, see link below:


          • Robert Barricklow on May 11, 2020 at 12:21 pm

            Loved your comments, Very savvy. especially enjoyed your/I didn’t fancy feeding the ducks that close to bear’s cave, …
            So, again serendipity.
            Catherine Austin Fits and Jon Rapoport to the rescue. Check out, “The Creation of a False Epidemic part 5”

          • Robert Barricklow on May 11, 2020 at 12:30 pm

            Looks like TPTB are taking as much of the global governance system as they can muster into technocratic governance systems, based on social credits[not currencies] – all accomplished, visa vis, the
            Satanic Gates of Hell Inc.

          • Robert Barricklow on May 11, 2020 at 1:45 pm

            Plain & simple: It’s spiritual warfare personified. It’s living spirit[s] against dead AI machines.

        • dogsbreth on May 16, 2020 at 12:44 pm

          Quick followup for completeness’ sake:

          seems like others have noticed that the wayback machine is being retroactively edited.

          • Robert Barricklow on May 16, 2020 at 3:42 pm

            Reminds of the Texan and the Soviet talking back in the 70’s. The Texan saying if you don’t like the weather; don’t fret, it will change before you realize it.
            The Soviet replied, Same w/our history; it’s changes day by the day.

            If you have the print version, you have a record.
            If you depend on digital media: “Your Back In the USSR”
            [song & dance routine]

  12. Katie B on May 8, 2020 at 2:28 pm

    I’m going to have a stab at this one. If you scrutinise the EU’s proposals to get the EU going again after the Fauci-Leiber-Wuhan virus it’s quite simply a debt trap wrapped up in the sneaky language of ‘grants’. It would also mean Germany carrying most of the risk and effectively giving money to poorer countries in desperate need of cash after this whole fiasco but the benefit is all for the EU leadership, it will consolidate their power as smaller countries will accept any terms.

    Maybe Germany has had enough. It also confirms my suspicions that Macron has gone too far and the cracks are showing in the France-German relations. I’m guessing the Germans don’t want to throw Eastern Europe to the dogs.

    If they manage to power ahead with this and go against the ECB’s plan that will be the end of the EU. Which makes me speculate wildly about who their other natural ally may be based on other world events…

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