Remember BREXIT? Well, a lot is been happening while Mr. Globaloney, Baal Gates, and Dr. Anthony Grouchy( rhymes with Fauci) have had the world distracted with the corona virus hysteria:


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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. Vajra on June 7, 2020 at 11:13 am

    It’s not exactly news that the threat of financial regulation from Europe scared a combination of the City of London types and the old/big money.
    The latter have long relied on offshore chicanery to protect their money from taxes etc.
    The result was the emergence in the UK some years ago fully formed and well funded from nowhere of the various parties and individual promoters of Brexit.
    They proceeded to suck in the less well informed with their carefully designed rhetoric – macho language about going it alone which appealed to one segment of the electorate, and lots of emotional harking back to empire, WW2 and an imaginary Britishness that never existed to another more middle class grouping.
    That at least some large corporates should see relative freedom from regulation (in terms of labour laws and so on) more useful than free access to EU markets isn’t surprising either – especially since the EU as you say may well before too long become an accessible free trade oriented grouping rather than a nascent superstate.
    This doesn’t mean that any of these developments will in the short term prove positive for the average dude in the UK (unlike the big money and well-off players) – they are in fact potentially the very people that will suffer most if as is very likely Brexit facilitates the concentration of even more of the little remaining wealth into the hands of the few.
    It’s perhaps an essential step on the way to a more equitable society – beause it’s clear is that an authorian EU superstate that blindly hands down rules and regulations isn’t the answer either.
    One basic spiritual teaching for example is that it’s not possible to create a just society by imposing rules – because those intent on taking advantage (at whetever level in the society) will find ways around them, while the ordinary person will simply end up hemmed in by impractical and one size fits all regulations and bureaucracy that contribute little or nothing to their quality of life.
    There has to be right intention on the part of a critical mass of those in the society – a genuine will to deliver the greatest good.
    The UK has very similar problems in this respect to the US.
    Large scale investment has long since been largely pulled from these economies (except in the case of stuff like the war and illness industries), with the result that manufacturing employment and other forms of genuine wealth generation (financial trading IS NOT wealth generation) have massively declined.
    Most of the money that finds its way back into these societies seems to trickle down from the corporates and big money players who end up awask in cash they don’t have a use for – it consequently results in stuff like stock and real estate bubbles and boom/bust economies which bear no relationship to underlying levels of economic activity.
    These make life even more difficult for the vast majority who rely on Mac and similar low paying jobs to survive.
    I’m optimistic about where it’s all headed – we’re probably headed for a slimmed down EU and continuing developments in international free trade – and the international interdependence these create which has proven effective in normalising relationships and heading off large scale wars.
    It meanwhile seems probable that continued awakening/the mounting pressure for justice and change from large chunks of the populations of these countries (the virus and the daft lockdowns may prove to have been a key trigger in this regard) will in time reverse the inequalities (especially the concentration of wealth and authority into ever fewer hands, and the associated denial of ecological and other inonvenient problems) which developments like Brexit arguably could lead to.
    Who knows – we may even see a new politics focused on the resolution of practical problems for the greater good rise to displace the idelogial and/or vested/self interest driven charades of today….

  2. Dag from Ringerike on June 5, 2020 at 5:44 pm

    Yes, this was my original thought about Brexit, the laws or regulations coming out of Brussel or Frankfurt, how far could they go until the city of London said enough; we shall handle our finances as we have been doing the last 200 or 300 years.

    The political bumbling is more or less theater, as it has allways been.

    What is confusing me, why is Britains not allowed going back to normality in their daily life. The statistics shows that that the mortality rate is falling under the avarage, Scotland and Ulster, and near the same in UK and Wales. The same all over Western Europe.

    Keep distances, housarrest for 23 hours, when the spring sunshine enhance your vitamin D3. Promoting face masks when CV19 has fizzled away, as the Italian docters coming out and saying, no virus here. And in Iceland, the zero person that infected 20 or 30 others. Those persons got a mild flue. The virus muteted to a lesser aggresive strain.

    It must be something else going on in UK. The Parliament is not allowed to assemble, Elizabeth the Second is on housearrest. I am speculating, could Anthony C. Suttons opinion who is the controllers of the communists, the leftists, or the collectivists, not only infiltrating the mood movements, but also infiltrating the top escelon of the bureaucracy?

    For me, it looks like that UK is on the path of a marxist dictatorship, but on a soft tune in media. Someone has to say it.

  3. zendogbreath on June 5, 2020 at 3:19 pm

    Doc, how is it that Gates, Fauci, Ferguson et al still have so much pull over your school mate?

  4. zendogbreath on June 5, 2020 at 3:11 pm

    So Nissan and Renault give a fair look at where companies are figuring to work and not work. Are there other companies showing similar and/or different takes?

    BTW, does anyone remember the French police taking off helmets and sympathizing with yellow vests at the start of the protests? Before the provocateurs showed up wearing colors from both sides and turned all to a violent poo show?

    Wonder if we’ll be contact tracing people in church next week – or perhaps we need to mandate line dancing in all churches from here on since obviously covid1984 prefers churchgoers over line dancers.

  5. Loxie Lou Davie on June 5, 2020 at 11:49 am

    Does anyone in the UK know anything about the new King John III???? (Joseph Gregory Hallett)

    Where is The Queen??? Is this all part of what is being played out on our World Stage?! Part of the Global Reset??

    • zendogbreath on June 5, 2020 at 3:33 pm

      I watched that video interview of him by three other lads who were supposed to be in the know. They put their faith in the meme based on: 1) the gate at Buckingham missing a coat of arms (damaged by a lorie a year or so ago and since fixed) and 2) the fact that Buckingham was empty and the doors were open allowing that lad to walk in. #2) was odd in that the lad presented evidence of the fact by standing in front of a green screened picture of a room in Buckingham. Hm.

  6. Richard on June 5, 2020 at 8:42 am

    There’s more. The EU, thinking that the UK is weakened by recent pandemic events and presumptive losses from Brexit, demands in the name of 300-million-pound sterling more from Brexiting UK be paid to EU. There are many in UK who do not believe that any funds (taxation without representation) be paid outside to anyone and should be kept within for various post Brexit needs. It might be one of the reasons there’s been protests instigated in UK – To weaken it to cast doubt on current leadership – just like that group (A***** you know who) responsible for protests turned riotous within the US under the guess of Black Lives Matter banner. You know, like the ones in black with masks the palindrome soroS likes to fund for chaos. They get around the globe literally as they’re international. They were recently and rightly designated another one of those groups that engages in riotous activities and blood shed to sew chaos to undermine the liberties and freedoms of nations that allow them in to fester behind the lines. Never mind if their misguided through ideology.

    There are many moving parts from those opportunists now shuffled around seeking the proverbial high road toward control as ideological psychopaths seek not just arranging those setups of items that break things when thrown. Their periodic loose ends on two feet occasionally and laterally meet to plan more disruption to further weaponize fear and despair. There’s likely to be information released about such things later.

    One thing that seems paradoxical yet certain is that this novel coronavirus business damage was not anticipated even though respiratory pandemics might have been discussed within closed circles. Like Mr F(grouchy) might discuss and plan for happening.

    There’s a whopping big difference between post Brexit UK and EU, to be sure. One could name several but that might embolden network snoops in the data collection business of undermining other’s efforts when they would otherwise not be hindered by treacherous tactics. Freedom of expression can sometimes be too revealing when it ought not.

  7. Melodi on June 5, 2020 at 7:35 am

    Wow, this totally explains the rather sudden “turn-around” on the reporting here of a No-Deal BREXIT even in terms of planning for the Island of Ireland.

    One thing that IS likely to be an issue – the chaotic reposes of the current UK government to anything remotely resembling any kind of “plan” for businesses in Northern Ireland and/or relations with the South is getting both scary and worrying for everyone on the Island.

    Even the extreme Ulster Unionists (DUP and others) have started to demand answers in just how things are going forward.

    BoJo’s government so far just seems intent on ignoring the whole thing as if it will go away and depend on the Irish Republic to deal with the fall out (aka it is the EU’s problem – not ours).

    I suspect that may not play well in the long run UNLESS Britain just plans on dumping Northern Ireland from the United Kingdom altogether (possible) or they are hoping things will be so messy that the Republic will want to rejoin the Commonwealth and leave the EU.

    I didn’t even know until after I moved here that the Republic of Ireland continued as a Commonwealth country until 1949!

    So such an outcome isn’t totally unrealistic except that there are people extremely dedicated to making sure it never happened.

    I think a lot will depend on what happens in the rest of the EU and just what happens in the first six months of 2021.

  8. anakephalaiosis on June 5, 2020 at 3:12 am

    According to the original definition of Cyning, then anyone, who has kin in every clan, can be Cyning – who is a mere caretaker of clans’ assembly.

    Changing meaning of words, does not remove the original thought and intent, that can be revived, and that is a dictionary issue, about entry of terminology.

    Failing pretenders are – like their papal conjurer – nothing but a theatrical show, that no one buys. Fraud is felony.

    Today, original Cyningdom is literally any man’s game, or crossword:

  9. goshawks on June 5, 2020 at 12:18 am

    Given that “A no-deal Brexit is now all but inevitable” issues from a mainstream MSM mouthpiece, we can now see what the hidden plans for Britain really are. Pre-conditioning…

    Mentioning The City of London and the tax havens invokes what may be the new ‘reality’ of Britain: as a lowly-regulated financial center for the world. Think Singapore or Hong Kong written large. (There needs to be enough on-the-ground industry to support the population and to disguise the main roots of the prosperity.)

    • Katie B on June 5, 2020 at 4:49 am

      Yes, I’ve often suspected that they’ll turn more parts of it physically into tax havens. At this stage and being so much in debt as a country, it might be the only way to go.

      • DanaThomas on June 5, 2020 at 12:48 pm

        I once ran across a Potteresque novel where an English village maintains intact all the laws and customs as they were at the time of Elizabeth I, using ruses to keep the existence of the place hidden from ordinary people. Since the archives, public or royal, are full of old charters, grants etc. could they be suddenly revived? Very handy for setting up “branches” of the City or something of the sort.

    • zendogbreath on June 5, 2020 at 3:17 pm

  10. marcos toledo on June 4, 2020 at 8:18 pm

    Well, it looks like the European Union will join the Holy Roman Empire in the trash can of European history. All that is left is the PIGS to form a Mediterranean Union with North Africa and Western Asia.

  11. Robert Barricklow on June 4, 2020 at 8:00 pm

    City of London w/a Tobin-like tax?
    Fahgettaboudit !!!
    Hard Brexit is as certain as death & taxes.
    Remember, the economy is based upon fraud.
    And London is the King of Fraud.

  12. Daysgone on June 4, 2020 at 7:44 pm

    Well done Dr. Farrell…good story and I for one is in favor of Brexit and now even more for the “Hard Brexit”. Looking forward to the vidchat next. ?

  13. Katie B on June 4, 2020 at 7:33 pm

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