We're all probably somewhere between uncontrolled laughter and purpled anger at the rotting cadaverous bag of compost and horse pucky in the White House mumbling through his latest dictat on the teleprompter, but there's a lot of other news that's out there that needs some attention, little things like ... oh, I don't know... the collapse of Evergrande in Communist China and the likely ripple effects that will flow through China (and the rest of the world), the French recalling their ambassador from the USA, you know, little stuff like that.  While all of that has been going on, Lord Alfred Milner, back from the dead as Mr.Globaloney (Mr. Globalogna if you want to be picky about it) appears to be busy ratcheting up the next set of memes to prepare the new enemy we've got to be afraid of. The next big war will be in space, according to the Mandarins in the Pentagon (think General Milley here, who has not only previously opined about US soldiers having to fight little green men, but who has also documented his official Mandarin status by apparently being a regular phone friend with his Chinese counterpart). This story was submitted by A.S., and it's typical boilerplate:

As I said, it's typical boilerplate:

A ship in the Pacific Ocean carrying a high-power laser takes aim at a U.S. spy satellite, blinding its sensors and denying the United States critical eyes in the sky.

This is one scenario that military officials and civilian leaders fear could lead to escalation and wider conflict as rival nations like China and Russia step up development and deployments of anti-satellite weapons.

If a satellite came under attack, depending on the circumstances, “the appropriate measures can be taken,” said Lt. Gen. John Shaw, deputy commander of U.S. Space Command.


The space battlefield is not science fiction and anti-satellite weapons are going to be a reality in future armed conflicts, Shaw said at the recent 36th Space Symposium in Colorado Springs.

U.S. Space Command is responsible for military operations in the space domain, which starts at the Kármán line, some 100 kilometers (62 miles) above the Earth’s surface. This puts Space Command in charge of protecting U.S. satellites from attacks and figuring out how to respond if hostile acts do occur.

One can only hope that our woke military will at least make the beams from those high powered lasers to be in the colours of the rainbow flag in order to symbolize our wokeness and send a strong signal to our unwoke partners.

But there's a more serious aspect to this latest round of drawing attention to the threat from space, and it comes - thank you Lord Milner - from the U.K. (and thanks to K.M. for spotting this one):

Here we're getting to something much more serious:

The rise of cheaper, smaller satellites, and civilian access to space is dramatically increasing the threat of future space terrorism, according to the head of the UK’s new Space Force equivalent – the Space Directorate. Air Vice Marshal Harvey Smyth spoke at the DSEI 2021 conference in London Sept. 14, just days after the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks in the United States.

According to C4ISRNET:

The decreasing cost of launch and the increasing capability of relatively cheap, small satellites makes it easier than ever for governments, corporations and academics to access space. This development has been hailed for the possibilities it’s introduced in the commercial and defense spheres, but Smyth argued that it also opens up new challenges.

Referencing the 9/11 terror attacks, Smyth noted:

We all have witnessed what happens, and what particularly happens when the air domain became accessible to all — terrorists turned airliners into weapons. If such a trend holds true for space, when will we have to deal with our first example of space terrorism? And are we prepared for such a dramatic strategic shock?

He added:

The cost of access to space has fallen dramatically throughout this last decade, from $20,000 per kilogram to less than $2,000 today, with an aspiration to get below ten with an end point of $2 per kilogram. Pretty much anyone can now access space, and with this accessibility can come potential threat.

In other words, look for the emergence of little privately owned satellites that could be private weapons  platforms, flying the Jolly Roger as it were, creating "space terrorism"...

... or space false flags...

Think about that for a moment: in a world of increased geopolitical tension and instability, how easy it would be for lying governments to stage a "space terrorism incident", blame it on a third party and claim it was fronting for some other nation.  Even worse, imagine some updated version of Lord Milner wanting to fulfill the final step of getting rid of nations and create a truly global government in private, corporate hands, and voila, enter "space terrorism," a convenient way of bringing back the Pirates of the Caribbean, putting them in space, and creating the solution, an extension, say, of admiralty and prize law to space assets, and you get the picture.  In any scenario, "Earth-bound normies" would have absolutely no way of being able to confirm or deny the narrative being put out.

In short, it's not surprising this "little" twist is coming from the United Kingdom, where it would appear Milner's Kindergarten is alive and well, and still plotting...

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. jderrick11 on September 27, 2021 at 4:02 am

    The US is already losing a space war. We are outpaced by China in total launches and most of our satellites in orbit are nearly as old as I am if you look up the registrations. Read “Ghost Fleet” and it paints a picture of what could or will happen when action is taken in space. There are restrictions only on WMDs in space but nothing terrestrial up or on orbit affecting satellites. A single reusable weapon takes us from information age warfare back to industrial warfare. We are already behind but that would seal the deal

  2. Michael UK on September 26, 2021 at 5:24 am

    Today, Sunday September 26 is the United Nation’s International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons here on Planet Earth. See news video report from the BBC, which is essential viewing for GDS members.
    Billions of dollars $ every year are spent on these weapons of Total Destruction! Humanity’s death wish!

  3. Michael UK on September 24, 2021 at 6:54 am

    Joseph, Rolls-Royce is developing a small nuclear reactor (similar to that used on nuclear submarines) that it hopes will be capable of powering mining operations on the Moon and even Mars, The Mail on Sunday has reported.

    Note: China has already launched a series of unmanned trips to the dark side of the Moon to collect samples of rocks, including the Chang’e 5 mission late last year. Some samples have been returned to Earth.

    The Mail newspaper also says that the Rolls Royce small nuclear reactor can provide propulsion to get to Mars very quickly. The nuclear reactor would only be used in Space. It would be launched from Earth as payload on a normal rocket up to earth orbit. Then, the reactor system would then be ‘switched on’ to provide propulsion to travel from earth orbit to Mars.
    A big space ship can be constructed in earth orbit in a similar way to the international space station, using several normal rocket launches to take everything up there. When completed, the reactor would be used for super high speed propulsion to Mars.

  4. Richard on September 21, 2021 at 4:20 pm

    This may all be “space force” oriented but there’s also those hidden components that make up any [force] of reckoning.

    There are those who might suggest that Lord Milner and associates might have achieved several objectives over a century ago and that they appear to be relevant today (just with a few upgrades). One would not be so quick to dismiss the capacity of the former British Empire as having failed certain potential and possibly similar objectives later on, either. The details do not seem easily forth coming. Not in secret, anyway.

    They still wield a great deal of influence world-wide today. Some of that influence relates toward acquired alliances. Similarly, other former larger empires of the past do so also. It’s in language, monuments, and mannerisms too numerous to really account for in one setting let alone book.

    One uses the Encyclopædia Britannica to account for such noteworthy influences as well as for their examples. There are times that it seems incomplete despite its useful volumes. Probably why there’s a yearly addition added to the last major printing. Glad there are plenty of sets around to negate any book burning mob of dumb rocks in clothes.

    There might be some semblance of that global governance with that Davos group in the details of Lord Milner’s work back when. Possibly, where they got the idea from in the first place. Clearly, their strategizing is incomplete.

  5. Loxie Lou Davie on September 21, 2021 at 1:07 pm

    Accdording to Gosia of Taygeta, there have been ships patrolling around our planet to keep us cordoned off….The Whoevers in charge have this all figured out ahead of time & their only problem is figuring out just how to bring the Normies up-to-speed!! 😉

    • Richard on September 21, 2021 at 4:23 pm

      It seems a slow process. It’s not as if there hasn’t been some indications of Other’s with very other worldly accoutrements. You know, the hushed up type.

  6. Wu Wu on September 21, 2021 at 8:15 am

    Queen Elizabeth sanctioning privateers again? The Starship Drake?? Ed Teach 2.0???

  7. Joe on September 20, 2021 at 9:32 pm

    Thanks Joseph.Such a witty presentation.In such a sad state of affairs with cretins everywhere,at least you’ve put a smile on my otherwise morose face.Merci

  8. marcos toledo on September 20, 2021 at 7:42 pm

    Outlaw Star anyone I once read a book on space exploration nonfiction the author wrote that space piracy was a complete fantasy. I imagine that he did not know about the pirate syndicates that preyed on the oceans of Earth for centuries. Let alone the licensed pirates called privateers or the off the book operators think Misson Impossible should you or your associates be captured or killed the Secretary Of State will deny any association.

  9. DownunderET on September 20, 2021 at 6:37 pm

    WTF, some of those US Generals have their head up their a**
    They need a coaching lesson how to not make war, they need to be excommunicated or executed
    The US military, the poor foot soldier has been hoodwinked into thinking that a war will protect the US.
    Well who the f**k is going to invade the US, zeee Germans!!!!!

  10. Jay on September 20, 2021 at 1:08 pm

    So….is that what X-37 was doing throughout its 2 year long secret mission? Mapping up satelites,ground targets ect ect?

  11. Roger on September 20, 2021 at 12:06 pm

    Probably why a Moon based weapons platform on the lunar south pole is the new race. Who ever gets it built first will rule space for a long time to come. Satellites orbits will become difficult to impossible after any major war between super powers. Since global government has failed and with it global peace; space war is inevitable. The space junk created after such will make fiber optics and high altitude spy and communications balloons the new go to. A Lunar laser base will determine who controls the permissions needed to launch anything into space without getting shot down by the lunar based laser before it can even get off the ground. Thus who ever gets there first owns the world and gets to dictate the world’s future. They will then have a one world government by force of arms controlled by who ever gets there first.

    • Roger on September 20, 2021 at 12:10 pm

      Expect a major world war to break out if that even gets attempted.

      • Richard on September 21, 2021 at 4:34 pm

        The major powers are already engaged in an “Unrestricted” world war less the kinetic destruction that other world wars have been known. One of the reasons so many find it hard to believe as it is so-oo-oo different than what was expected and what some historians have taken for granted. The Party of the east by going west is clearly demonstrating the subtlety of that “Unrestricted Warfare” in all the other manifestations of socio-economic, biologic, chemical, and manufacturing attributes of modern industrialization. Civilization might have once been used in place of industrialization but what’s so civil about a thug Party with sizeable military capacities strutting their stuff with debt traps some cannot refuse as yet?

  12. Robert Barricklow on September 20, 2021 at 11:54 am

    When I open my computer, I usually gander at some headlines from various sites; mainstream to lamestream to RT – and have a few chuckles and/or LOL moments; underneath an unrequited seething anger.
    Yes, even my diction suffers beneath the calming surface[believe it or not].

    Well, surprise, surprise! 9/11 has something to do w/space terrorism.
    Not, of course, State terrorism.
    Or, Inside Job terrorism/[Space False Flags]

    How about space sand terrorism.
    Unloading tiny rocks throughout space orbit?
    The Dreaded SS terrorism of all Earth orbits?
    Although sand is not dirt cheap; even w/an end point of $2 per kilogram.

    Eventually, they had to prep the narrative, for plausible denial;
    it’s the Space Pirates.
    Will today’s James Bonds be on the side of Milner’s Kindergarten?
    Space is where the profits are.
    Space is where the control is.
    Space is where the future [action] is.
    Space is the most important battlefield[next to your mind, of, course].

    • kalamona on September 21, 2021 at 7:44 am

      but do not forget
      space is u
      u r space
      space r us

  13. Allen S on September 20, 2021 at 9:49 am

    File under “Signal vs. Noise”

    Just me? Most useful fluff word being used in recent times for sounding informative without saying anything. The word: “Appropriate.”

    Once visited an office that had an official appearing framed scroll on the wall, written in script, with large loops and small swirls, in the manner of a quoted declaration, until closer scrutiny revealed nothing beyond artistic scribbling. Kind of like “noose” cyclings common in current times.

    • anakephalaiosis on September 20, 2021 at 2:15 pm

      H. G. Wells’ “six million sci-fi meme” – from 1898 – comes in delta variants, and can be adjusted, to fit any political space fantasy.

      “And this was no disciplined march; it was a stampede — a stampede gigantic and terrible — without order and without a goal, six million people unarmed and unprovisioned, driving headlong. It was the beginning of the rout of civilisation, of the massacre of mankind.”

      – The War of the Worlds, H. G. Wells, 1898.

      • anakephalaiosis on September 20, 2021 at 2:43 pm

        Six million crying satellites are being gaslighted, in outer space ovens.

        Please donate today, to your bleeding, suffering, downtrodden and persecuted bankster.

        (Satire intended!)

        • Tim H on September 21, 2021 at 1:19 am

          Ah where would we be without you Ana?

          • anakephalaiosis on September 21, 2021 at 6:05 am

            According to contemporary pen-pushing ink-spewers, H. G. Wells “sold his birthright for a pot of message”. There is literary dispute, as to who coined that phrase, that became his unofficial epitaph.

            It was probably G. K. Chesterton’s humorous wit.

        • kalamona on September 21, 2021 at 7:30 am

          just passing by
          for who knows why
          the paths we cross are lines in the dust
          nothing to wile

  14. DanaThomas on September 20, 2021 at 9:46 am

    Non-existent space jihadis said to have destroyed non-existent satellites having unspecified functions – doesn’t sound very exciting.
    But meteorite strikes on, say, some well-known corporations – that would be news!

    • Richard on September 21, 2021 at 4:37 pm

      No doubt wished for by some who lost a fortune in the markets.

  15. FiatLux on September 20, 2021 at 9:39 am

    FINALLY the globalist control freaks have some (modestly) creative fiction writers in their employ! Milner’s storytellers have at least learned to mix it up by combining plotlines. I’m looking forward to the next release: Planetary lockdown due to asteroid-hurling ET terrorists hellbent on seeding Earth with communist nations of concern.

  16. anakephalaiosis on September 20, 2021 at 5:26 am

    Tolkien has final solution, to Milner’s minions, that feeds them to the dragon.


    When entering shadow and flame,
    there is joust in dragon game,
    for treasure shining
    and glittering,
    in ride of glory and fame.

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