There's a short article over at Russia's Sputnik website that, while small, indicates that the geopolitical waves from the Afghanistan fiasco continue to ripple throughout the American alliance system. This was shared by B., and it's well worth pondering its implications:

NATO Partners Agree to Revise Alliance's Concept, French Defence Minister Says

Note two significant things in this article:

NATO partners, at the initiative of France and Germany, agreed to revise the strategic concept of the alliance, French Defence Minister Florence Parly said.
"The reason for NATO's existence is transatlantic security. This is what we want to remind the United States of. Therefore, our partners decided, on our initiative, as well as on the initiative of Germany, to revise the strategic concept of the alliance," Parley said at a meeting of the French Senate.
"Being allies does not mean being hostage to the interests of another country," the minister concluded. (Boldface emphasis added)
I recall an American television and radio talk show host (Glenn Beck) in the past few months commenting during a show dealing with the possibilities of secession, that the American federal union is "not a suicide pact," a comment that to some degree expresses the growing frustration of many people with the policies of President* Bidenenko and his regime. The French defense minister's statement is of a similar nature: NATO is not an excuse to run roughshod over the national interests of America's allies; it's not a suicide pact where France and Germany - the leaders of the initiative - agree to commit national suicide to serve the American empire.
This is where the questions arise: if "the reason for NATO's existence is transatlantic security," then what does revising "the strategic concept of the alliance" mean, as far as France and Germany, Europe's "big two", are concerned? My high octane speculation of the day is this: this is about as close as one can come to a formal dissolution of the alliance as one can get; it's the recognition of the handwriting on the wall that America is simply no longer a reliable ally; it's domestic politics and culture are too broken to promote long-term stability in its relations with its allies. It's the recognition by the European "big two" that the USA is "not-agreement-capable", as the Russians say.
NATO will continue as a formal organization of course, for some time, but my prediction is that as far as Europe is concerned, it will become increasingly irrelevant as a factor in the European geopolitical calculus. And the way forward in that has already been signaled: the formation of blocs within the NATO structure itself, and France and Germany have just signaled that they intend to be that bloc.
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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 October 11, 2021 at 3:10 am

  2. Richard on September 28, 2021 at 11:48 pm

    In one’s view, the future of the US Union is not as bleak as the European front runners might claim nor as the suggestion made from the former Sovietszky’s and their tyranny of union any more than is the US a little river fish that swam away from European tributaries westward seeking freedoms yet to be had. The US is a dynamic Republic not olden day vestigial remains of an old empire or monarchy of resources despite its global reach that is often misconstrued as [Empire]. That same dynamism is what contributes to its influence world-wide as much as there are some folks who think that they can manage the reins of it by themselves. Bunk! They cannot and this is not an island. Those swelled heads are nearly always in trouble trying to contain what they cannot. There may be disruption in a certain office of fumbling nonsense, but it remains the Land of the governed, of The People, by The People, for The People despite the twisted and propagandized hype by that assumed fourth estate enjoying the freedom in attempting to disrupt civility to do so. Irony of ironies. Some manipulative as a psychotic brat. Noisy, too, because they can.

    There are those from afar who insist on continuing to test this formation of a More Perfect Union. Forward, always forward. Not as opportunists from other’s failures but as innovators seeking what is beyond. Allow the others to sulk in their self-made pits of prideful withdrawal as they like. It is their freedom to do so. They might catch up in some warped time loop should they ever discover that it is futile to discern what side of the Mobius strip they’re on.

    In whatever bloc or special alliance or even axis they [those included over there] veer towards they’re still going to need to behave for the better as neighbors with their sovereign nations, languages, and customs. The current US is not their instigator of misfortunes. They’ll need a mirror for that just as the dragons of the east do. And behave for the better – not just behave as animals behave – behaving as animals, as the beast, is easy. Thinking strategically goes along way, too, as it will involve the rest of the inhabited continents and there populations not just their resources.

  3. Robert Barricklow on September 28, 2021 at 10:08 pm

    More close to the bone stark truths are being expressly measured
    against the European overall security & safety myths of NATO.
    The absentee landlord’s motives are becoming more clear, day by day.
    Indeed; power brokers are being questioned – worldwide.
    Ironically, the powers that are not representing their own people;
    are finding themselves being held hostage to other interests.
    The “Do as I say, not as I do.” crowd; are finding themselves having to
    eat their own words, from their own trickle-downed tabled positions.

    Pretty soon NATO may be like other “Western Democracies”.
    In name only.
    In others words, minus the key player.
    In democracy’s case, that would be the people;
    in NATO’s case, that would be the U.S.

    It’s not that the U.S. isn’t agreement capable;
    it’s that the U.S. can only agree to its own interests.
    But, its own interests, depends on who did the last coup d’etat.

    The U.S. government’s interests,
    heavily depends upon what chairs are left when the music stops.
    And that depends upon whether the U.S. is still afloat?
    Who knows what flag the U.S. is flying?
    CCP’s? Nazi International? Big Tech?
    Big Pharma? Too Big To Fail Banks?

    Germany and France are no longer dancing to that old NATO tune.
    The music has stopped.
    And those three chairs?
    Have become two; seating France and Germany.

    A new European Opera is starting w/o the absentee landlord[USSA]
    Now if the people could follow suit,
    and get rid of their absentee landlords.
    [Finance, Insurance and Real Estate].
    And start a real economy, based upon all concerned; instead of the few global totalitarian technocratic despots & medical Stassi in charge today.

    • zendogbreath on September 28, 2021 at 10:58 pm

      Finance, Insurance, Real Estate, Pharmakeia, Tech – all one plutocratic criminal cartel

      • Robert Barricklow on September 28, 2021 at 11:09 pm

        20th Worst Century style.

  4. Joe on September 28, 2021 at 9:49 pm

    Looks like a heck of a lot of posturing going on.Better get out my Chess set.

  5. marcos toledo on September 28, 2021 at 7:59 pm

    The problem is NATO is and has been the old Holy Roman Empire and with the ramped tribalism that masks the tribal chieftainships masquerading as states. As for the USA, it itself is only the muscle for the covert British Empire that moved its military operations to Washington DC. Paris and Berlin intend to revive the Carolingian Empire in everything but name.

    • Richard on September 28, 2021 at 11:37 pm

      Back to the 700-900 hundreds? That would be a step backwards alright. They’re likely to find that path a bit more bumpy if at all passable these days. There bigger things that can happen to disrupt those plans that have little to nothing to do with distant capitols sending invading armies to conquer.

    • Apeiron on September 29, 2021 at 3:53 am

      To build an Empire of the whole European peninsula follows european history in many shapes. Now unfortunately I’m afraid that “Paris and Berlin” are far away from having the respect for the Antique culture and the intend to develop it as existed in the Carolingian Empire, nor nearly similar ideas of the feudal organisation of society and its knightly ethical values. Instead they still seem to follow the ideology of globalism and transhumanism, or isn’t it?

  6. FiatLux on September 28, 2021 at 5:41 pm

    Neither is “a suicide pact”: a perfect parallel! The common element? The U.S. federal government. That says a lot.

    It’s interesting to note that this comes just as (1) Merkel is saying auf wiedersehen, and (2) Macron is about to assume presidency of the European Commission.

  7. Apeiron on September 28, 2021 at 5:23 pm

    The last 70 years, continental West-Europe was the weak “pacifist” partner of the US Empire. The notable (and still valid?) exception is the french nuclear defense & de Gaulle. Also, maybe some remember Macron’s words that the NATO is “braindead”?
    I’ve seen at some episode (German) that France has the 2nd highest aero spatial budget in the World — while Germany was somewhere at position 8 or so, being also the major country having no official UFO sightings administration. Later informations seem to fit quite well to Dr J. Farrell’s remarks about Germany developping aerospace programs abroad, eg covertly, right?

    That doesn’t mean that this rest-EU is in a healthy state of mind: while Germany has finally got the gas pipeline deal “Northstream” with Russia, they continue this mad verbal attacks and “sanctions” against Russia (as mentionned by @Steve M). The obvious interest of EU or Europe (or at least Germany) would be to work with Russia; and in fact Putin had a speech at the German parliament in 2000 in perfect German proposing such a thing, but instead Germany mostly followed US interests. And then all the growing critism or rejection of the EU : it could well implode just after the NATO…

    • anakephalaiosis on September 28, 2021 at 7:12 pm

      American corpses floating in Reykjavik harbor is not pacifism. That is asymmetrical warfare:

      For 70 years, Americans have been shooting Nazi-buffaloes, through train windows in Europe. I know, because I am target.

      I can smell Americans, and I can smell, that they don’t want me around, interfering, with their brainwashing of the Icelandic population.

      Americans export the idea of their exceptionalism, and remove evidence, that says otherwise. Anyone, who disagrees is labeled: Nazi.

      Europeans know, that the USA is a propped up papal empire, hunting heathens in Europe, attacking their own European ancestry.

      That is what Tolkien ment, by orcs once being elves.

      • zendogbreath on September 28, 2021 at 10:35 pm

        Good analogy. Then we’re nearing the end of Tolkein’s Hobbit plot with orcs ruling at home needing to be routed by the returning Bilbo and friends.

        How do we facilitate this routing of the branch covidian cartels?

        • anakephalaiosis on September 29, 2021 at 3:31 am

          The one ring, to rule them all – that couldn’t be undone – was the one tribe, to rule all twelve tribes, by grace of papal magic.

          The Covenant of Christ is the sword of runic symbols, pulled from a stone, that broke the power of the one ring.

          It means, that authority is now decided, by Scythian sports (seven seals + one).


          1. Odin’s eight-legged sport is Marvel on steroids.

          2. Odin is Adonai, the patron saint of sports.

          3. Captain Kirk teaches archery, to the ten tribes (the Sakas).

          4. Rambo reads Zen, and the art of bullseye.

          5. China girl teaches ancient handiwork:

      • Richard on September 30, 2021 at 12:22 am

        @anakephalaiosis. . .I disagree and I’m not Nazi or Marxi, not even vitiate. Might even be one of a few but certainly not in league with the corrupted, boldly parading around as if they represent the rest. They do not!

  8. Steve M on September 28, 2021 at 3:52 pm

    Germany and France (as EU pillars) are miles away from breaking away as US vassals. Just ahead of last weekend’s parliamentary elections in the Russian Federation, the European Parliament has launched an unprecedented attack on Russia’s sovereignty.

    Some 74 percent of Europe’s 669 MEPs voted Thursday in favor of a report calling for a raft of hostile measures against Russia. The great irony is that this amounts to gross and explicit interference by the European Union in Russia’s internal affairs. The EU accuses Russia of this aggression without credible evidence.

    The rhetoric in the 32-page report, which was adopted by the European Parliament, is irrational, heavy-handed and inflammatory. It repeatedly refers to the Russian government as the “Putin regime” and accuses the Russian state of “oppressing” its own population and being a “threat” to its European neighbors.

    Anti-Russia rhetoric has been on the rise for quite a few years. It is driven primarily by the globaloney forces within the U.S., which has found it easy to get some EU member states to dance to its tune. Obviously, the Baltic states are more than willing, as are Poland, the Scandinavian countries, and some Eastern European states.”

    Well, Russia’s answer is to cut natural gas supplies. As zerohedge writes today “Somewhere in the Kremlin, Putin is laughing.”

    Europe is run by malicious clowns.

    The key question is: will the Germans find the way back to their historical task, resume the fight against the Vatican evil forces (already continued in 1871) and lead Europe back to sanity?

    • ragiza on September 28, 2021 at 4:58 pm

      “Somewhere in *Siberia*, Putin is laughing.” Apparently, he’s out there on a fishing vacation with his defense chief.
      The Russians have been developing small mobile nuclear power plants… maybe they’ll rent one to der Frau Doktor since they can’t seem to find enough natgas for the pipelines.

      • Richard on September 30, 2021 at 12:24 am

        Mobile nuclear power plants have been powering space probes for some time. On planet there’s just no profit in them serving the many cheaply.

    • FiatLux on September 28, 2021 at 5:28 pm

      I suspect all the anti-Russian rhetoric is just that — rhetoric, and nothing more. The European Parliament is an impotent political non-entity that exists to give the EU a thin veneer of democracy. Nobody cares what it says, including leaders within the EU.

      In the end, all that matters is where Germany and the rest of Europe is going to get its energy, be it natural gas or whatever else. The rest is blah, blah, blah…

    • zendogbreath on September 28, 2021 at 10:25 pm

      Last I checked Putin needs EU not at all, right?

      Forget how many years ago Putin took Russia to all organic farming. Remember reading that Russia gained not just by having a good food source but also another export income. Their organic food export market surpassed their weapons sales market. And their weapons exports were nothing to sneeze at. Now add to that their abiotic fuels production and exports. Throughout all this, where does Russia’s supply on these or any industries surpass the demand for their exports?

      • Robert Barricklow on September 28, 2021 at 11:12 pm

        Well put ZDB!

    • anakephalaiosis on September 29, 2021 at 2:29 am

      To defeat Pope Satan, one must know, what Pope Satan fears the most, and become his worst nightmare, that he persecutes – at the stake – for being heathen.

      The reason, why Pope Satan, and his Jesuit maggots, attempted to destroy Notre Dame, is in public display, in its northern rose window: The 32-point compass.

      That is a geometrical representation of the Old English rune poem, whose original manuscript was likewise burned, by Pope Satan, to conceal its content.

      Any child knows, that a rightful king draws sword from stone (29 runes), and finds the holy grail (5 runes).

  9. Marco Fredriks on September 28, 2021 at 2:41 pm

    The weakness of Euope’s defence, the falling apart of the NATO alliance and the internal troubles in many EU countries is the ground for the military powerhouse Turkey to walk over and restore order. It is nthe resurrection of the Ottoman empire whta we will see in Europe

    • anakephalaiosis on September 28, 2021 at 3:00 pm

      This is NOT a recipe for cookies:

      A capable Man is (1) physical able, has (2) wits and (3) willpower, and is in (4) good spirit. [body + mind + heart + spirit]

      1. In sports, generally, one values strength and speed, in physical performance. Those are Odin’s two wolves: Busy & Naughty.

      2. In sports, that require strategy, one values awareness and foresight in mind. Those are Odin’s two ravens: Mindy & Memo.

      3. In sports, that require endurance, one values willpower and self-control in emotions. Those are Odin’s two brothers: Willy & Nilly.

      4. In sports, that require self-confidence, one values individuality (strong ego) and limitlessness in spirit (transcendence). Those are Odin’s eye in Mímir’s well: Odin & Mímir, [from Hebrew “Adonai” and Greek “Mimesis”].

      This is plain common sense, and healthy reasoning. When systematizing peak performance, one ends up with a circular chart, that molds the perfect warrior athlete.

      Scythian martial art is Odin’s eight-legged sport!

      • zendogbreath on September 28, 2021 at 10:20 pm

        Talk to us about Systema and Aikido please. Feel like a little kid asking for a bed time story.

        • anakephalaiosis on September 29, 2021 at 2:09 am

          When explaining, in Scandinavia, I can use the original Old Norse nomenclature, because the words still carry their original meaning.

          From baby steps, to baby toes, in modern English:

          1. You are busy lifting iron, building strength. You are naughty snatching football, training speed.

          2. You are mindful paying attention. You need hindsight, to know where you are going.

          3. Your mojo is your will. Your wild horses must have reins of reason.

          4. You must be yourself. You must overcome yourself.

          Know yourself!

          • zendogbreath on September 29, 2021 at 9:55 am

            I find it increasingly pertinent that you’re so easily labeled Nazi when folk like Quandt avoid being called Nazi just by denying it, in spite of their family’s vast plutocratic wealth being obviously founded on Nazi war crimes.

  10. ragiza on September 28, 2021 at 12:38 pm

    The countries on the European peninsula don’t have land forces, air forces, or sea forces anywhere near capable of dealing with Russia+China, or maybe even just Russia by itself. A few years ago a German govt. report stated the military had been rendered largely ineffective.

    That means they have to get a deliverable nuclear force, pretty quickly. And since there is so little to unite all these countries, each one, rather than some new alliance, will need to develop nukes and delivery systems to present a credible deterrent, or just go pacifist.

    • anakephalaiosis on September 28, 2021 at 2:48 pm

      Proto-Europeans earned their fame, by chopping the head of Assyrians, and drinking from their skulls, in a Holy Grail cult.

      The original cut-throat mentality became watered out, in Ashtanga and Buddhism. In Europe, Odin’s sport became dampened by papacy.

      Point is, that European brutality is an inherent trait, that is easily unleashed, when papal spell is broken. Scythians were united, in having no limits…

      In Star Trek, Captain Kirk taught the ten tribes, how to make a bow. Even the Klingons were brought to their knees.

      • Tim H on September 28, 2021 at 8:15 pm

        Love your work Ana!

  11. DanaThomas on September 28, 2021 at 9:49 am

    The French regime (and other European countries) are, like a cornered animal, lashing out at all and sundry starting from their own population. This is not a very sound basis for any new geopolitical setup. The Scandinavian oligarchs have now backpedalled on the khovidian cult, while the UK “elites” are still on the fence as to whether to continue or stop the genocide by inoculation. And by the way, the Italian Minister of Sickness, a political nobody, is a London School of Economics graduate, and his sponsors are connected with the Fabian Society. So Italy is under double pharmaceutical attack through French and British interests, which is a highly convenient way to damage a major industrial rival. The US military “dead hand” is still present here in the form of bases, at least two of which probably have nuclear devices. We shall soon see how this plays out….

    • anakephalaiosis on September 28, 2021 at 3:49 pm

      Scandinavian oligarchs want to stay alive.

      They are kept alive, as species for study.

      They are studied, as Corona virus on thrones.

      They have already abdicated:

    • zendogbreath on September 28, 2021 at 10:16 pm

      Italy is also a CCP industrial colony too right?
      Milan is a horrifically polluted Little Chinatown last I check with Italian friends.

  12. Michael UK on September 28, 2021 at 8:28 am

    I suspect NATO will soon evolve and become a Space Treaty Organization.
    Big moves are underway to develop small nuclear reactors (like used on nuclear submarines) that will be capable of powering mining operations on the Moon and even Mars.
    Also the small nuclear reactors can be used to power spaceships (assembled and launched in Low Earth Orbit, or from the Moon) to explore the Solar System. Big things are happening now.

  13. MFB on September 28, 2021 at 6:28 am

    That said, France isn’t the most reliable ally either. The Australians cancelled the Attack class sub programme as the French wanting things their way and still couldn’t deliver.

    AUKUS served to be the convenient stool for French confected rage- the excuse to push for a European army.

    No one seems to be talking about the quiet defence powerhouse of Europe: Spain. Australian often used Spanish ship designs and ‘beefs’ them up- Navantia are a reliable partner.

    So… AUKUS/ 5 Eyes, Quad, EU, China and BRICSA….interesting times….

    • Michael UK on September 28, 2021 at 7:10 am

      Australia cancelled France order for submarines as they were diesel powered electricity generators for charging the massive batteries that provide the power when operating subsurface.
      US / UK will provide small nuclear reactor to power electricity generators, which can run silently 24/7, 365 at depth. Australia will be able to circumnavigate the globe in 90 days without surfacing!

  14. anakephalaiosis on September 28, 2021 at 5:30 am

    France and Germany plan to slice up the American cow pie, and reintroduce hegemony, in the American colonies, as an overseas export market, for French cuisine and German beer.


    Doctor Who, flying in his box blue,
    engaged Kylie the Kangaroo,
    as pedaling secretary
    in time machinery,
    to increase his bicycle crew.

    Original British Law, in natural symbols:

    • The Elephant Underground on September 28, 2021 at 7:54 am

      Loved this one today ANAKEPHALAIOSIS!!

      Dr. Farrell, you posed that this current political “show” was perhaps on purpose with an incredibly bad plot peppered with the appropriate bad actors, (the recent Biden/Harris skit damming the Texas Rangers was over the top!) that was being set-up for failure. Yep. Remember Catherine Austin Fitts’ tidbit that “it’s too late, all the money has been taken out of the country.” This move is just another piece of that playbook.

      • KSW on September 28, 2021 at 8:52 am

        I had considered leaving the US, but honestly I don’t know of anywhere to go.

        • zendogbreath on September 28, 2021 at 10:12 pm

          and who would want us?
          More likely suspects for new home?
          South Dakota
          North Dakota

        • InfiniteRUs on September 29, 2021 at 12:16 am

          If you can’t beat them; join them down at their paradise in Southern Argentina. Southern Argentina is mostly Germans and Italians and if you check out pictures of their cities an countryside down there you now they live better than the rest of the world. I suspect it’s the real center of Global power but that’s just a hunch. Odd how it never seems to get much attention in the news or as a tourist destination.

          • Barbara on September 29, 2021 at 9:10 am

            Ditto to your comment. Also odd how Argentina is allowed to get bankruptcy every 10 years without any punitive action from IMF and international corporations, buying on a cheap Rape of Russia/Eastern Europe style.

          • zendogbreath on September 29, 2021 at 9:52 am

            Yep. Doc and all have written about Bariloche a bit. Sometimes context has to do with Antarctica.

            Wasn’t John of God involved with these types of folk? There was a colony of enslaved folk in a camp down there too named something like “The Colony” if memory serves. Cult where everyone gave up everything in every way to the tyrant and his goons running it? Want to say they all spoke German and it dissolved some how after a generation or so and recently was turned into a holiday resort. The publicity about it came up when a kid escaped grew up and bore witness to the torture and atrocities.

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