The geopolitical fallout of the American presence in Afghanistan continues in tandem with the "pivot to the Pacific", this time managing to anger one of the USA's most powerful allies, and a thermonuclear power, France, with the sudden cancellation by Australia of a deal for French conventionally powered submarines in favor of American nuclear-powered submarines. This in itself is not surprising, because I've been predicting for some time that there is a possibility that Australia would, under emergent geopolitical pressures, consider developing its own nuclear deterrent. We'll get back to that idea in a moment. Here's the New York Times version of the story shared by J.B.:

There's a disturbing point that the article makes, and it's best to view it in context:

The Biden administration, bent on containing the growing power of China, sees the nuclear submarine deal as a way to cement ties with a Pacific ally that is increasingly at odds with Beijing, while also making that ally more powerful.

Emily Horne, the spokeswoman for the National Security Council, said: “We have been in close touch with our French partners on their decision to recall Ambassador Etienne to Paris for consultations. We understand their position and will continue to be engaged in the coming days to resolve our differences, as we have done at other points over the course of our long alliance.”

She was referring to Philippe Etienne, the veteran diplomat who is the French ambassador in Washington.

The United States appears determined to play down the rift with France, portraying the conflict as just another disagreement among friends. France, however, appears to view the American decision as not only offensive in its secretive preparation but also indicative of a fundamental strategic shift that calls into question the very nature of the Atlantic alliance.

Mr. Le Drian’s statement said “the very conception we have of our alliances, our partnerships and the importance of the Indo-Pacific for Europe” would be affected. Where before France believed it could work hand-in-hand with the United States in confronting China, despite French reservations over perceived American aggressiveness, it now appears to be reconsidering that view.


A senior French diplomatic official described the fallout as a crisis in French-American relations. He said the French foreign and defense ministers had tried in vain, starting a week ago, to reach their American counterparts and speak to them on Monday or Tuesday.

He also said that until Mr. Macron received a letter Wednesday morning from the Australian prime minister, Scott Morrison, telling him the French submarine deal was scrapped, Australia had given no indication that it would pull out of the deal. (Boldface emphasis added)

Now, for the record, I'm inclined to take France's position here for the simple reason that this is not the first instance in recent weeks where little to no notice was given to a NATO ally that the USA would be dramatically shifting its position. The first instance, of course, was the botched debacle of the Afghanistan pull-out, which left not only American citizens stranded in that country and at the mercy of the Taliban, but the citizens of NATO allies, including the U.K. and other countries, which then had to send in their own special forces, and who likewise had similarly not been prepared adequately by the USA. The United Kingdom was so justifiably angry that members of the House of Commons, including some in Prime Minister Johnson's own Tory party, were quite vocal in condemnation of the Bidenenko regime. Add to this the botched drone strike after several assurances from Pentagon sources like General "Mandarin" Milley that it was based on "good intelligence" and "correct procedure" being followed, it's no wonder that France might be a angry.

But that anger, it should be noted, is expressing itself with  a major American ally, France, "reconsidering" its long-term policy vis-a-vis America, and "a fundamental strategic shift that calls into question the very nature of the Atlantic alliance."  Take that as code for "what good is that alliance and how is it really serving French, and European, interests?" If they're asking that question in Paris - especially in the wake of raw treatment from an "ally," - rest assured they're also asking it in Berlin, London, and, yes, Tokyo.

In my opinion, their assessment can only be that the USA is no longer an ally in any meaningful way, and that the European powers' national interests have begun to diverge irrevocably from the USA's.  The only thing holding the whole thing together is fear of China.

And I imagine for that reason that the average Frenchman right now is exceedingly grateful that President DeGaulle, decades ago had the foresight to create France's independent nuclear and thermonuclear deterrent.  With allies like America, who needs enemies like China?

And as for the possibility of an Australian nuclear deterrent, there has been talk of that for years, and one way to head it off is to offer to supply that country with nuclear technologies from somewhere else.  If I were Prime Minister Morrison, I might want to rethink things a bit...

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  1. MFB on September 23, 2021 at 4:21 am

    Just confected rage by the French. Classic French politics.

    The reality is they had 5 years to produce…, and produced nothing. They were warned many times ( matter if public record)).
    It is none of France’s business if Australia wants to have super high level and secret talks with the US and Britain.

    We need to remember that this tech transfer has only been done ONCE by the US- to the British in 1958.

    So by 2030, potentially the RAN will have more 5th generation warships and nuclear subs than the Royal Navy.

    Word on the street here is that the US will lease Los Angeles class SSNs. This is a win all round as the USN we’re about to invest in an expensive 10 year life extension to the youngest LA class boats which would have impacted their already crammed ship yards and put pressure on the Virginia programme.

    Australia gets the LAs fir 10 years or so along with its 6 Collins class. Significantly gains firepower and reach, while the new boats get built. The US frees up their budget and builds.

    The British will deploy at least one Astute class SSN to Western Australia . Aus crews train with both navies. The Brits work with ASC to build new Astutes in Adelaide which helps their ship yard schedules.

    China then gets very worried.

    Australia is also receiving a bucketful of the latest US long range weapons: Tomahawk block VI, LRASM, JASSM-ER and a hypersonic missile that is a joint Aus/ US venture.

    Now the Left here have supported this ax the Chinese threat to Aus has been very real and quite a bit nasty. They are opposed to a nuclear industry…. I’m hoping this venture will break that curse.

    The real issue is that US/Brit reactors use HEU. (93-97% enriched) which is very much weapons grade. Tomahawks can fly 1500-2000km… and can be configured it’s nuclear warheads… it doesn’t take a genius to work out he potential. Nukes are illegal in Australia though…..for now.

  2. Loxie Lou Davie on September 22, 2021 at 5:59 pm

    Uhh……we seem to forget that there are “others” involved in our tiny planet’s welfare!!

    As Ole D. says…..we incarnated here at this time to do our part, so “Stop Whining & Start Shining”!! 😉

  3. Barbara-Joyce on September 22, 2021 at 9:50 am

    Well, I think the ETs have it right. This round of humanity is by nature a warring destructive species, or those who are controlling the masses are. But are they even human? Then again, some ET “experts” say it’s all a bunch of wars and battles amongst the different species of ETs too. And allegedly these beings have access to the infinate resources of the whole Universe! Why must there be wars over borders, resources etc. when there are so many billionaires and technology that could clean up the planet? Do they just get bored when money is not an issue? Its like a 3D chess match where the consequences of each move is some form of destruction, death and anguish, not for the players, but the planet and her abundant life. It would be ridiculous if there wasn’t real pain, “weeping and gnashing of teeth” involved. Has it gone too far already and this round of the human experiment will go the same way as the previous 4? God help us.

  4. kalamona on September 22, 2021 at 5:18 am

    what is possible to imagine is the next ‘little’ step of the the dance
    pity little france has fallen from the trance
    trying to wake up which is gonna be heard
    me thinks it gets hit way in the heart
    poor bastard these macron
    i am really with all true gaulosies
    (i drink with asterix every thorstag 🙂

    • anakephalaiosis on September 23, 2021 at 12:21 am

      Cross reference, between Scythian 7th century BC, and Druidic 6th century AD, bypasses the corruption.

      Seven centuries of British tin trade connect the fingerprints, by the navigator’s compass.

      It means, that the pedophile papacy is exposed, as a fraudulent narrative.

      Thus, the Saxon corpse, bereft of Jesuit maggots, becomes resurrected.

  5. Terminal Tom on September 22, 2021 at 3:57 am

    I don’t know how many people are aware of this.
    the sun never sets on the Commonwealth of Nations.
    the british crown has its diry little fingers in every pie:
    Countries by region – Total: 54
    THAT’S 54 UN VOTES!!!!!!
    just remember you heard it from me, folks.

    Botswana Cameroon. Gambia Ghana Kenya Kingdom of Eswatini
    Lesotho Malawi Mauritius
    Mozambique Namibia. Nigeria. Rwanda
    Seychelles Sierra Leon South Africa Uganda. Tanzania Zambia

    Bangladesh Brunei Darussalam India Malaysia Maldives
    Pakistan. Singapore Sri Lanka

    Caribbean and Americas
    Antigua and Barbuda. Bahama Barbados. Belize Canada
    Dominica Grenada Guyana Jamaica Saint Lucia St Kitts and Nevis
    St Vincent and The Grenadines Trinidad and Tobago

    Cyprus Malta United Kingdom

    Australia Fiji Kiribati Nauru New Zealand Papua New Guinea
    Samoa Solomon Islands Tonga Tuvalu Vanuatu

    • Loxie Lou Davie on September 22, 2021 at 5:39 pm

      Isn’t that is what is going on right now??? The breakup of the British Empire???

  6. Danse on September 22, 2021 at 3:14 am

    Yesterday at 6:08 pm I wrote a comment that does not appear.
    I post it again in case it was lost :

    Dear Joseph,
    You are looking at the situation from the point of view of a man of honor. But the players here have no honor.
    Please don’t worry about what US allies might think of America. There are no such things as America allies. Most european countries are actually american military bases. Thanks Général de Gaulle we were not. The color revolution of 68 got rid of him. Allies is when you are equals, not when you are under foreign military occupation.
    Seen from France, in very short :

    1/ American citizens should not be ashamed of their demented fake head of state. We have a demented fake head of state too, he just looks younger, but inside he is just as dead, just like the so-called unelected posessed “EU-leaders”. His role is to finish destroying and selling France. He declared : “when my presidency is over, France will no longer exist”. It is his mission, for which he was put there. You must be demented to accept such a mission.

    2/ Here you can see the real counts of France presidential election 2017, from screen copies of the website of the newspaper “Sud-Ouest” displaying the counts in real time before the electronic rigging took place (the 3rd of 3 videos):

    3/ In this submarine story, the role Germany played is completely overshadowed by the official anger of France against the UStralia /Five Eyes.
    You have probably heard of the France bashing, it has been continuously also used by the US to very efficiently discredit our high technology on the international scene, so as to sink us economically.
    (Don’t forget in France we have 5 weeks paid holidays per year, the highest productivity, and a lot of good things that Mr. Global cannot possibly stand, and many non-compliant citizens refusing to eat GMOs and voting against the EU).

    Germany is used/encouraged to destroy France and the other mediterranean countries in Europe. That is the real reason of the dictatorship called EU.
    You know well that the 2nd world war never ended and that Mr. Global wanted to destroy France, Germany and Russia, throwing one against the other. This has not changed.

    Germany is waging a harsh economic war against France. I already saw it in the 70′ when I lived in Germany working in a french company. The Germans try all they can to discredit French technology in the hope of getting all the orders for themselves. They are no allies.
    I worked in a french-german aerospace consortium, EADS, in the 2000′ and we were stunned at the obstuction the Germans made in all projects. We were in awe at their finds on how to drown all our deployed creativity at the last minute.
    Specifically on the subject of submarines, here is an article dated 2018 that can quickly give you an idea of the real war scene :
    Sous-marins: l’incroyable guerre franco-allemande en …
    (=Submarines : the incredible franco-german war…)

    The scheme was the same with this australian submarine contract, actually primarily won by a french company against a german company (ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems, mentionned in above article : the head of this company even resigned following the french win). The Germans never accept to loose, they never play a fair game, just as the Americans who relentlessly torpedoed our Airbus in order to sell their Boeing, among many other misdeeds.

    4/ Another useful point of view on this story is displayed in this article :

    Well, as Robert would say, now I must leave, i am late…
    Take care, Americans.

  7. Michael UK on September 22, 2021 at 2:30 am

    Spookily and surely not just a mere coincidence, Australia has just been shaken by a big magnitude 5.9 Earthquake in the state of Victoria, city of Melbourne and also in the state of New South Wales.
    There are Two possible initiators of the Earthquake:
    1. The September Full Moon this week – increased tidal forces exerted upon the Earth’s crust and mantle.
    2. A hostile actor / country – using a secret electro-magnetic weapon to take revenge on Australia for the recent turn of events.

    • DanaThomas on September 22, 2021 at 9:55 am

      Thanks I missed that, so much coming out of there, a unique form of revolution is underway there.

    • FiatLux on September 22, 2021 at 10:07 am

      There might be one or two other hypotheses, but I lean toward your hypothesis 2. In that scenario, would might the hostile party be? China?

      • FiatLux on September 22, 2021 at 10:08 am

        I meant: *who might the hostile party be

        • Michael UK on September 22, 2021 at 12:28 pm

          A hostile country who does not want Australia to acquire leading edge / state of the art nuclear powered attack class submarines and patrolling the Pacific and Indian Oceans.
          Consider ones in South East Asia and the Far East.

      • Richard on September 22, 2021 at 4:10 pm

        Crouching Tiger’s in the dark are certainly interested as it means more to consider in their master plan of hegemony. One of the reasons they’re [the Party of the east by going west] is so interested in those nearby islands to Australia.

    • Richard on September 22, 2021 at 4:05 pm

      There may be several factors involved with the Pacific Rim or Ring of Fire, as it is sometimes referred to. There’s also the ‘Eighth Continent” or Zealandia that may have some relevance in combination to recent tectonic shifting down under. It’s under New Zealand and Australia’s eastern coastline.

      Australia has some very unique geology if not some of the oldest on the planet. Uluru Rock or Ayer’s Rock is one of those unique geological features – it’s situated perpendicular to the surrounding land scape. Something sedimentary rock doesn’t do one its own. It’s like it was moved there by some profound geological forces. Not that those eastern earthquakes are any less an earthen motion to ignore.

      • Loxie Lou Davie on September 22, 2021 at 5:45 pm

        Check out Roger Spurr’s Mudfossil Univ. Ayers Rock is a heart!! Interesting take that ALL of our continents are the remains of HUGE Beings!! If you look on high down at China, you can see the head of a dragon makes up a large part of that continent!!

        If you look between S. Am. & Antarctica, you can see the head of a serpent!! It’s fun to keep learning & get out of the “box” we were put in from childhood!!

        Also, Thoth has told us that Atlantis will rise again….Hmmmmm…..

  8. Tim H on September 21, 2021 at 11:18 pm

    I’m sure Scott-no-friends-Morrison knows which side of the bread the butter is on. The last time an Australian prime minister tried to chart his own third way it didn’t turn out so well. We miss you Goff Whitlam, East Timor aside.

    • anakephalaiosis on September 22, 2021 at 2:27 am

      When doing walkabout with crocodiles, they can serve well, as shoe leather.

      Scythians figured that out, when Assyrian skulls were refurbished, as drinking goblets.

      There is a sense of practicality in ingenuity, making something out of everything.

      A wise sheep farmer thinks like a wolf:

      • kalamona on September 22, 2021 at 5:09 am

        on again the point of men
        without any sentiment
        just have to kick another skull into the right sediment
        dragons come and dragons fly
        if you feed them all goodbye
        ‘am just staring on it all
        like nurturing the force
        of void and time molding the sword
        out from light and sheer willpower
        that cuts the source and cuts the flowers
        rolling like thunder and lightning in beads
        for those who care and able to bleed
        the huns play it nicely, the magyars play it slow
        we just watch by the rivers, wherever they flow

  9. zendogbreath on September 21, 2021 at 11:11 pm

    Along all these timelines folk, please keep in mind the timeline of what the kids not yet born will read and hear and see and not read and see and hear about all this in 30 years – as we did about Nazis and Smedley Butler, Stalin, Bolshevik CounterIntel’s Operation Trust, Holodomor, Mao, the greatest generation, Pearl, 1918 Flu,……….

    It’s all about the headlines that won’t be censored nor shadowbanned in 2051. What are the odds that a narrative like this one gets through to 2051? More to the point what goals are clearly marked by people who use such tactics and strategies?
    leilani dowding
    LISTEN ato this Aussie nurse. I bet this is happening everywhere
    Nurse of 40 years in Australia claims vaxxed cv1984 patients given ivermectin while unvaxxed are ventilated. Then hospitals claim that vax works.

  10. Joe on September 21, 2021 at 11:09 pm

    Key words:”Nuclear technologies from somewhere else” Good ol’John Lear had a bit to say about that”

  11. zendogbreath on September 21, 2021 at 10:43 pm

    Um, this might be a tad off topic. Given the Gizars we’ve known a few years though, this might be the most on topic comment ever. CAF are you paying attention?

    Am close enough for horseshoes to Elgin, IL. And have a 6×12 enclosed trailer. Wonder what the longest pipes are and how to ship such a wonder. Renting or borrowing a 26′ box truck might be a better idea. Soooo, all we need now is a bit of crowdfunding and a place for Doc to put that thang. Oh yeh and someone knowledgeable about the logistics of such machinery.


    Pipe organ
    Listed 2 weeks ago in Elgin, IL
    Used – Like New
    A church in Elgin no longer needs this pipe organ and I am wondering how much people are willing to offer. Located in Elgin and will need pickup obviously. I have no idea about this stuff so all the details are in one of the pictures. If you have any knowledge about this kind of stuff please let me know how much it’s worth or if you know someone who might be interested .

  12. FiatLux on September 21, 2021 at 10:33 pm

    It may not be obvious unless you live there or follow French-language media, but under Monsieur Macaroni, France isn’t in much better shape than America. His ad hoc political party, the ministers that have come and gone, his government’s policies, and his own PR antics radiate an amateurism, incompetence, and desire to destroy his own country that are exceeded only in the Bidenenko régime. France is in a state of quasi chaos; I’m not sure I’d trust my defense capability to their technology these days, thermonuclear power though they may be. If Macaroni had his way, he’d probably turn over national defense to the Germans, who already manufacture military equipment for France.

    All of that said, I agree this submarine incident leaves the U.S. looking even worse than it already did in the eyes of most of the world, including its allies. The way the whole thing was carried out is another abject diplomatic failure and international public-relations disaster for America.

    • Apeiron on September 22, 2021 at 4:17 am

      Agree completely. From the decomposition of the traditional political landscape to the endless “Gilets Jaunes” and other protests or riots and finally the military openly warning about the situation and hence critizising the governement, it’s not clear at all where this country is going.

      Just discovered this: “French Senate Delegation To Visit Taiwan, Despite Chinese Regime’s Opposition”
      Yet another puzzzzling information…

  13. Mr. G. B. on September 21, 2021 at 8:13 pm

    While I agree with your sentiment in your blog. I usually take articles from Bullshitico with a grain of salt, however there are other older articles saying that Australia signaled at least 4 different times it was going to back out of the deal. The straw that broke the camels back was the hack (from China) of Frances submarine manufacturers. So your sentiment is correct but I don’t blame Australia for doing what it did. They should’ve just lead with the hack story.

  14. marcos toledo on September 21, 2021 at 7:50 pm

    This might be a stupid question but does France build nuclear-powered warships including submarines. If so all Australia had to do is ask for the French to change the contract from non-nuclear to nuclear submarines. This looks like a smokescreen for other issues what is the real story I would like to know.

    • Michael UK on September 22, 2021 at 2:32 am

      Could be a lot more going on under the surface! Spookily and surely not just a mere coincidence, Australia has just been shaken by a big magnitude 5.9 Earthquake in the state of Victoria, city of Melbourne and also in the state of New South Wales.
      There are Two possible initiators of the Earthquake:
      1. The September Full Moon this week – increased tidal forces exerted upon the Earth’s crust and mantle.
      2. A hostile actor / country – using a secret electro-magnetic weapon to take revenge on Australia for the recent turn of events.

      • marcos toledo on September 22, 2021 at 3:05 am

        Does Fukashima ring a bell?

    • MFB on September 23, 2021 at 3:53 am

      Hi Marcos,

      To answer your question, 5 years ago the Left in politics here in Aus had more sway at a Federal level and were very opposed to anything nuclear. Technically, French reactors operate on Low Enriched Uranium cores so they require refuelling every 10 years and a significant land based infrastructure to do so. Both were not the best options for the RAN at that time.

      The Aukus deal will see the US/Britain transfer their reactor tech ( only done once by the US to Britain in 1958). Thus tech is High Enriched Uranium core tech ( 93-97% which is weapons grade). This tech is far more efficient than the French tech and the reactors are sealed with no need for a fuel cycle fir 30-35 years. Thus is cheaper and means Australia didn’t need a land based nuclear fuel infrastructure which is highly opposed by the Left.

      Militarily, it’s the best decision we have made in 40 years. By 2030,Australia potentially will have more nuclear subs and type 26 ( Hunterclass) sub frigates than the Royal Navy!

      The thinking here at the moment is that we will lease Los Angeles class SSNs from the US so that they don’t have to do the 10 year life extension, plus it frees up their yards for Virginia boats that they have a back log to build.

      By the time Aus retires the LA boats progressively, the new boats ( either Virginia or British Astutes) will be getting the water.

      I hope this answers your question.

  15. DownunderET on September 21, 2021 at 6:36 pm

    Anybody remember the French bombing and sinking the Rainbow Warrior in Auckland harbor in New Zealand…………hummmmmm WONDER WHY ????

    • Tim H on September 21, 2021 at 11:11 pm

      Oh yes how could anyone forget that act of terrorism?

    • zendogbreath on September 22, 2021 at 12:22 am

      Sure got me to throw money at Greenpeace and SeaShepherd. Given experience and knowledge of controlled opposition, no more of that though.

      • kalamona on September 22, 2021 at 5:12 am

        maybe there WAS sthing on that ship? not impossible
        although dö dzúzual suspects

  16. ragiza on September 21, 2021 at 3:11 pm

    This has nothing to do with the subject of JF’s post, but it is an important piece of information that few people are aware of.
    The US NIH (Natl Institute of Health) has a buried webpage indicating Ivermectin is either approved or under evaluation for the treatment of COVID-19.

    That’s different than the “horse medicine” garbage that even many MDs have been brainwashed with.

    This might be useful in getting a prophylaxis prescription or treatment for somebody already ill.
    If interested, page down to below Remdesivir to IVM:

    • zendogbreath on September 22, 2021 at 12:19 am

      Disagree strongly.
      It has everything to do with Doc’s post. It’s at the core and runs through ever current and undercurrent in every stream. None of the crazy stuff we see and read today is remotely plausible without Tavistock imposing this massive psyop on us all. Thank you for the link. Working on stocking up and getting better printed protocols out for IVM usage in emergencies. Got a feeling it’s going to come up often in future for us and our neighbors. other nutrients and drugs too. Especially since all symptomatic causes (EMR, graphene oxide (masks, injections, test swabs), spike proteins (virus, vax, boosters), nutritional deficiencies, ……. are all improved with ivm and supplements and other generic cheap drugs.

    • Richard on September 22, 2021 at 4:33 pm

      What is not often mentioned, if at all, is that these anti parasitic medications might indirectly affect the SARS-CoV-2 stricken of less fortunate countries by what it contributes to the individual with debilitating parasitism. Parasites are a huge drain on the body’s immune system as well as other major systems of the body for survival. That some have considered the matter of it having ‘anti-viral’ attributes needs to be ruled in or ruled out as a repurposed and inexpensive treatment modality. Covid-19 is after all a viral disease caused by an infecting virus (Novel Corona Virus). One is surprised (although given those with profits lodged in the gray matter) maybe not so surprised from one frame of reference that there isn’t much said about other anti-viral medications being used or their efficacy tested in trials to fight this virus contagion.

      There is the matter of how variants can evade immunity through antigenic drift and antigenic shift.

  17. Jay on September 21, 2021 at 2:17 pm

    Won’t transfer of US nuclear technology interfere with non-proliferation of nuclear technology? And if it does , wouldn’t when create rather dangerous precedens ?

    • Richard on September 21, 2021 at 4:46 pm

      Doubt it. Treachery and stealing has already made rogue nations in the western Pacific and Middle East nuclear threats with their ambitions associated with their outright touting of “death to the USA.” They’re hardly friends at a negotiating table. The same goes for the extreme ideology of communism imposed. Again, they’re no friends at a negotiating table, either, but they are opportunists vying for time.

    • zendogbreath on September 21, 2021 at 11:21 pm

      duckduckgo suggests searches of
      pakistani nuclear scientist who sold secrets
      when first two words were typed in.

      Apparently the sacred algos are not so shadowbanny or censory about AQ Kahn yet.

      Father of Pakistani Bomb Sold Nuclear Secrets | Arms …

      Search domain armscontrol.org
      The Pakistani scientist made frequent trips to consult with his clients, selling blueprints for centrifuges to enrich uranium and uranium hexafluoride—an essential raw material. Although low-enriched uranium is used in civilian nuclear reactors, highly enriched uranium can be used in making nuclear weapons.
      The Scientist Who Sold Nuclear Technology | Outrider

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      Pakistani nuclear scientist Abdul Qadeer Khan in Islamabad on February 7, 2009. In 2004, Khan confessed to sending nuclear secrets to Iran, Libya, and North Korea, although he later retracted his remarks. Farooq Naeem/AFP/Getty Images
      Pakistani who sold nuclear secrets set free – SFGATE

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      Disgraced Pakistani nuclear scientist Abdul Qadeer Khan walks outside his house in Islamabad, Pakistan on Friday, Feb 6, 2009. Khan, the scientist who helped Pakistan develop nuclear weapons and …

    • MFB on September 23, 2021 at 3:59 am

      Hi Jay,

      That is being discussed. However, according to those treaties ( of which Australia has been a leading voice ), reactors are not part of the deal. The sue here is that the US/Brit reactors use HEU @ 93-97% enrichment… that’s weapons grade. The RAN will have block VI Tomahawks that can be nuclear….. it doesn’t take much to see the potential.

      However, nuclear weapons are illegal in Australia so you would need a legislative change due that to happen … the Left here still think that all reactors are ‘floating Chernobyls’ so you won’t see that any time soon.

  18. SteveM on September 21, 2021 at 1:57 pm

    The newly founded (mid Sept 2021) foundation of the AUKUS trilateral military alliance between Australia, UK and USA is a major blow to NATO.

    In Germany, NATO is called “Nahtod”, a phonetically very similar term. Nahtod translates “near-death”.

    It is no longer expected that a functioning EU could in any way be useful for Mr Globaloney.

    All this should (and probably does) bring everywhere in Europe the alarm bells in screaming mode.

    Europe is ultimately thrown to the lions. Economically, financially, politically, socially and now militarily.

    Upcoming German elections don`t matter at all. The result is already coded in the voting machines. US-style. Whatever will be presented as the result, its only mandate is to make sure EU keeps degenerating to the point when la merde hits la ventilateur.
    From there on, it gets really interesting. Will there still be enough people with courage and determination?

    On a side note: the spokeswoman of the Russian MID, Maria Zakharova, could only be surprised about the astonished reaction of the French: a few years ago they had not delivered two already paid and almost finished helicopter carrier ships to Russia on the initiative of the USA… so one should be “used to” such practices.

    • Barbara on September 22, 2021 at 10:16 am

      Au contraire, outmaneuvering France from their contract with a sea power will only throw French into a land power coalition/Makinder concept/This will only strengthen the EU aspiration for unified EU army. Win win for Germany.

  19. ragiza on September 21, 2021 at 1:31 pm

    Greed and incompetence are the best explanations for how the USG operates, and it’s getting worse.

    If the strategic situation indicates Australia needs the capabilities the nuclear subs give to be of value in a (naval) alliance countering Chinese expansionism, why couldn’t this have been part of the reasoning and deal making long before this? The way this thing was done just gratuitously damages and insults the French.

  20. Roger on September 21, 2021 at 12:29 pm

    Leadership power struggle between the Nazi heirs, British Banking Empire, Vatican and Zios. France and Germany likely secretly compete against each other for the global throne behind the scenes as well. Welcome to the collaps of the NWO into the New World Disorder! All of the Hydra’s heads are duking it out over who will wear the ultimate crown! The western Hydra falters in indecision and conflict as the Eastern Dragon and Northern Bear grow in strength and co-operation.

  21. Robert Barricklow on September 21, 2021 at 11:38 am

    Two draconian administrations[lockdown mentality; or, simply totalitarian regimes at heart] are in bed together. Of course, France isn’t much better, in terms of NWO presence
    There is an interesting difference between the subject of whose in bed w/whom. As clearly Biden’s in bed w/the Chinese[Hell, the Republican Senate leader, McConnell is literally in bed w/the Chinese(his wife) and for defaulting on U.S. debt]. Is Australia in bed w/China as well?
    Clearly, France is odd man out?

    Running late…
    White Rabbit.

    Mirror, mirror on the wall…
    Whose regime is the most totalitarian of them all?

  22. Laura on September 21, 2021 at 11:19 am

    maybe USA refused full intelligence sharing with AUS if the information were to be integrated into french produced subs. systems can be touchy and vulnerable, ship to shore. maybe post brexit, FRA will not get as much UK naval ops data. maybe the exquisite FRA optimizes information and tactics in a manner that enhances the FRA position in SE Asia.

  23. Ludwig Von Bearsnout on September 21, 2021 at 11:05 am

    Who is John Gault? (Who is Mr. Global?)

    The Canadians are becoming downright belligerent toward their own government as are the Americans and yet:
    * North America is being overrun with refugees
    *We’re beset with corrupt and cancerous financial systems that have metastasized to every public & key private entity
    * We are demented with the Alzheimers of both Social and Main Stream Media turned propagandists
    * Our medial doctors are in full support of a pack of eugenicists bent on killing people by the billions while shrugging their shoulders, underneath their lab coats, and chanting that its CDC Protocol and Corporate Policy and that don’t we understand that orders are orders.
    * Our Military salutes smartly and runs away leaving citizens, friends and all kinds of sophisticated ordinance behind.
    * McDonalds and Walmart are closed while Small business is destroyed and Bill Gate has bought half the farmland in this country.
    * Church’s are strangled to death because Christians are intolerant racist sexist bastards who hurt everyone with their lack of inclusivity. Only State morality is real.
    * No one knows for sure who is running the USA but they sure as hell know Biden and his band of moronic communists aren’t.
    * Our elections are a farce that don’t fool anyone.

    We’re not a democracy, we’re not a republic, we’re not a superpower. We are adrift while elements of the Fed Banking Syndicate, The Military Industrial Intelligence Complex, China, “The Breakaway Society”, Artificial Intelligence, and perhaps even Aliens from Outer Space, all are picking our bones clean. (But half of us are still doggedly convinced that Global Warming and Not Wearing a Mask is the greatest danger we face.)

    I think the French are quite right and they should consider the Americans toast as well as the folks down under. Every county on earth needs to reevaluate their security concerns because America has fallen. We never knew what hit us.

    Americans don’t know who controls us and are still deep in shock and disbelief and denial. Something terrible has happened and we have lost our country to a nameless, faceless foe. As Putin said, “The Americans are not agreement capable”.

    No bullets are flying, no Mushroom Clouds, no Patton, No Rommell, No Uncle Sam no Krauts or Gooks no war bonds, no victory gardens……. Just an unrelenting paralyzing clarion call from every speaker and screen playing 24/7 : GIVE IN TO THE FEAR. HIDE. DON’T DO ANYTHING. SAFTY IS SURRENDER. KEEP WORKING GET THE SHOT. AND THE New York Times IS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT. DON’T RESIST. YOU ARE ALL RACISTS. OBEY.

    France is right to real the ambassador and to form a policy for an America that is not America. Clear eyed rationalism now is needed because something has gone horribly wrong with the USA.

    • Apeiron on September 21, 2021 at 11:50 am

      Well, most citizen of a EU country consider their country as a vassal of the US and that it has surrendered its sovereignty to Germany, the NATO and to the EU (behind which we find again Mr Globaloney etc). And we find most of the mentioned societal damages over the Great Ocean too. The only advantage for the EU citizens is: they can pretend to know who to blame.

      • Apeiron on September 21, 2021 at 11:52 am

        Nota bene: even most Germans (and many French) consider their country as a vassal of the US…

        • Richard on September 21, 2021 at 4:55 pm

          And yet each ignore the crouching Tiger in the dark and who has infiltrated their own ranks of government, society, and militaries.

    • Awake on September 21, 2021 at 12:11 pm

      I think the timelines are merging and we are seeing high vibrational and low vibrational events all being slammed together until the end state is formed. My guess is that both Dark and Light freemasons are freaking out because the “Oath Keepers” are running the show on a global basis. It is why all the chaos because the plan for Dark Masons to Light Masons has failed spectacularly…Trump will NEVER be coming back at all. Has been the plan the entire time. Biden is to take the fall for everything although the current battle for the end state is for when will Jesus Christ our Savior be coming down for the final judgement of humanity. This is the tribulation event and it lasts 7 years. However, as the timelines merge there are choices that are made by the powers that be but also humanity has the final choices to make as a race to awaken collectively. That is one of the absolute biggest reasons things are so completely chaotic. Many of us are awake but are required to allow the majority of humanity 81% to awaken before we cand finally move forward as a people. It is the choice between the system of Jesus Christ or the Anti-Christ system that we are all currently living in right now. Oh…and lets not forget that all those that got the jab have rejected Jesus Christ and according to the top neurologist in the world are all going to die within the next 2 years after receiving the jab. That reduces the actual number of not awakened people in the world and shifts the outcome to the awakened or Jesus Christ centered people in the world. Kind of makes sense now, why they are pushing the Jab so hard around the world by almost every national leader of the world. It’s to force the final moves of the grand chess game and to complete the merging of the timeline toward an awakened majority population in this realm. Just my observations.

    • zendogbreath on September 21, 2021 at 10:59 pm

      Again, thank you and well said. The only point I question is that France hardly seems any more agreement capable given their rush to Branch Covidianism along with the rest of the West.

  24. Michael UK on September 21, 2021 at 9:17 am

    Dig deeper. The China and Russia threat could be a smokescreen and decoy.
    Perhaps Australia is concerned about the Solomon Islands (located east of Papua New Guinea in the Coral Sea) – some 1000 miles from Cairns and 2000 miles from Brisbane.
    There are many reports and indigenous eye witness accounts of UFO/USO/UAP bases under the sea and in the mountains of these islands.
    Could the nuclear powered submarines be required by Australia to help contain this highly advanced civilization situation on Planet Earth (I will not use the word ‘threat’, as I do not believe they are harmful but instead believe they are benign and here in peace for the majority of us)?

  25. Gulliver on September 21, 2021 at 9:02 am

    Unfortunately Australia is returning to their old one-sided imperial alliances which have delivered no good to it but only dragged Australian troops into a long series of vicious Imperial wars right from the Boer War of the very late 1800s all the way up to the most current debacles in Afghanistan and Iraq.

    • Don B on September 21, 2021 at 10:48 am

      They were also in Korea and I found the Aussies to be fun fellows…. in a very depressing place.

    • MFB on September 23, 2021 at 4:05 am

      I wouldn’t say that . Australia has many agreements in Asia and Europe.

      The French are playing the ‘confected rage’ card as they know they failed and they know they have lost face.

      What kind of an ally acts like this when they have had 5 years to produce nothing and we’re informed legally ? Not a great one.

      Besides, the French military industrial complex hasn’t done well recently- they virtually have to give their very over priced Rafale fighter jets away to secure foreign contracts.

  26. Bizantura on September 21, 2021 at 7:22 am

    For me, the EU leadership is just as “demented” as in the USA regardles of a medical condition. How one can be ” bent on containing the growing power of China” whilst being in bed with the Chinese CCP is beyond me.

    On the other hand, I am old school and not able to jump to the new “logic” that is in use today. I don’t see demented leaders working together let alone lead armies effectively. The West is in chaos on all levels and ripe for conquest or at least to be taken out and become the new 3de world.

    After exploiting so much in the non-western world and most of the Western populous turning a blind eye
    I feel the table is turning big time. The “vampires” can build their utopia in relatively peace with the Western world out of the way.

    In the end I feel all citizens of earth will pay a high price for todays unfolding folly. Preserving the culture is the only medicine I can come up with but for how long will the willing have to preserve it in silence! I don’t think I will see a rebuild in my lifetime.

    • Apeiron on September 21, 2021 at 9:52 am

      I agree on the EU “leadership” dementia. The combined absolutely undemocratic organisation of the EU via “directives”, austerity policy since 2008 and ignoring socio-cultural differences of the members of EU are self-destructive blindness.

      But the interpretation of just USA being unpredictable is not all: France just lost a Rafale contract with Switzerland. Also it seems that Macron tried to improve relationship to Putin & Russia against western Media propaganda. And then the problable collapse of Merkel’s CDU (elections next sunday, it is seen to loose massively). why is it also going down this self-destructive path?

      And at least since Covid19, how can we understand the world’s geopolitical conflicts as struggles of different more or less independent nations: how come *all* countries go down these self-destructive lockdown & quackcine policies? Any strong enough country handling it differently would have an immediate economical and demographical advantage. Or are some cheating and the jabs would be just salted water or so?? Or there are many much more powerful players, call him Globalogna or Nazis or Aliens or what you want, but then what’s the use getting into details of Australia vs US vs EU vs China?

    • KSW on September 21, 2021 at 10:45 am

      I agree completely. Frankly, I’m confused because none of this makes sense. As per another comment on this post, I have no idea whether or not there are aliens and certainly whether or not they are benevolent or threatening, although I can certainly conceive of space war in an effort to further imprison this planet as well as any government using aliens as a false flag. Presently, I can only see the confused state of a world that appears to have no sane leadership. If I were the president of France (or other similar allies) I’d be pulling my diplomats too, putting a call to repatriate ex-pats, and then barricading the gates requiring all foreign diplomats to have a psyche evaluation before visiting. The world was not more safe or peaceful when China had its doors closed, but I do sincerely wish they would do so again. Actually, I call for a universal time-out and urge all countries to close their doors for a while allowing only previously agreed upon trade to enter and exit.

    • zendogbreath on September 21, 2021 at 10:51 pm

      Agreed and well said. Thank you.

  27. anakephalaiosis on September 21, 2021 at 5:58 am

    Pope Satan’s Jesuit plans, for a globalist China century, is a dead duck, because papal Cantarella is not sugar candy.

    Aussies are the globalist fallback position, as a pliable crown colony, and subjects to Philip the Virus.

    Naturally, we love the Glücksburgs to death in Scandinavia, as Jesuit Court Jew agents on thrones.

    Our next king will be King Bloodwrack, the 1st.


    Drug dealers deluxe are majesties,
    with needlework tapestries,
    pushing heroin needle
    on herded cattle,
    culled by banking industries.

    • kalamona on September 21, 2021 at 9:59 am

      so on spot again mr oneheaded
      no need to say what is inbedded
      with all the love and likeness of a swan
      we need to fight together if heading for a koan
      woven into words as it was ever in the stream
      tripping through borders smiling with the dream

      very good rhymes man. have to admit. thank u

      • anakephalaiosis on September 21, 2021 at 12:38 pm

        King Bloodwrack™ is a Scandinavian design, for export to Europe. In Norwegian, it goes like this nursery rhyme:


        Over havet det færøyske
        tordnet sverreske,
        så svinene på skogen
        kom under plogen.

        Kong Gulerot den første, 
        plantet seg selv i hagen
        på dommedagen.

        Vårens sverd ble dratt, 
        som frøstein spratt,
        så den grønnsaksspire
        må kronet flire.

        For establishing kingship in Australia, Doctor Who has Kylie the Kangaroo, as traveling companion, for intriguing episodes in time travel.

        The construction of a Tardis is stipulated in an alphabet of symbols, that once was taught as nursery rhymes.

        With a flying Tardis, it is easy to establish a kingship. One just follows the recipe, in the sequence of the alphabet:

        • Tim H on September 21, 2021 at 11:15 pm

          Ana are you Frankie Calcutta or Citizen Quasar in disguise?

          • anakephalaiosis on September 22, 2021 at 1:28 am

            As a merchant in Scythian memorabilia, I trade on the psychedelic stock market, when the stakes are high.

            As a lean, mean business machine, I encircle kingship, as a hungry shark, drawn by the smell of blood in the water.

            Growing market value, of the Bloodwrack™ brand, provides opportunity, for a company takeover of former crown colonies.

            I am an entrepreneur pirate.


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