You might remember that strange "covid" press conference given during the Trump Administration, where the Secretary of Defense and the General "Thoroughly Modern" Milley got up and stated - twice - "you're not getting in," after the two Department of Defense mandarins detailed the military resources being dispatched to the Caribbean ostensibly to combat the drug cartels. At the time, I though that a covid press conference was a mightily strange occasion to be talking about military deployments for drug interdiction. But who am I to say? The fedgov wants to play God all the time, and insofar as it's ways are inscrutable, dwelling in thick clouds and darkness, and past finding out, it's doing a good job.

At the time, I thought it was a very strange statement for Thoroughly Modern Milley - the general, not Mary Tyler Moore in the musical - to make, and I thought that, given the military resources deployed, it was about more than just drugs. Perhaps someone was trying to smuggle in something else, perhaps even a "small" firecracker of the nuclear variety.

Then along came the "supply chain disruptions" and all those container ships off the coast of Nuttyfornia, waiting to dock at Long Beach. My problem with the narrative now is that this is beyond even the incompetent senility of the Grifter in Chief, Mr. Brandonenko, to pull off. Something is is happening, and I first broached the idea a few weeks ago that perhaps at least some of the slow down is because "they" are looking for something, again perhaps something that is being attempted to smuggle in, and again, my first thought went to firecrackers and bottle rockets of the nuclear variety.

This brings us to today's article spotted by E.G., and the article is confirmation that I'm not the only one thinking of those sorts of scenarios:

There Are Growing Fears That China Could Be Hiding Missiles In Containerships Worldwide

The article argues that such missiles would be an integral component of a "surprise/assymetrical warfare" strategy, and that container ships would be the perfect Trojan horse for them:

A stunning new report claims that China has been "secretly developing Trojan Horse-style missiles hidden in shipping containers" at a time when shipping and logistics is a key global focus.

The new allegations, raised in a report by The U.S. Sun, state that the missiles could be "unleased on enemy ports" and would be disguised amongst the country's massive fleet of freighters and fishing vessels - which could then be "turned into warships" using the secret missiles.

The missiles could "blend in seamlessly" with hundreds of other containers on board ships, the report says. The shipping vessels are tougher to pinpoint than warships in the event of war, the report notes.

The use of warships disguised as cargo ships is not new. During the First World War, Great Britain developed its "Q" ships: merchant ships with hidden guns, panels, and so on, to lure German U-boats to the surface, where the Q ships would then drop the panels hiding the guns, and sink the U-boat. Needless to say, these ships played a roll in forcing the Germans to adopt unrestricted submarine warfare, meaning they would no longer surface, stop a cargo ship, and search it for contraband before sinking it. The "Q" ship idea was adopted by the Germans early in the Second World War, with warships disguised as merchant ships (called Hilfskreuzern, or "auxiliary cruisers), including adjustable height funnels and so on, to change the actual physical appearance of the ship while at sea. Behind their side platings, however, lurked batteries of medium calibre guns, torpedo launchers, mines, and in some cases hidden catapults for scouting aircraft. One of these disguised cargo ships, the Atlantis, sank over 200,000 tons of British shipping in the early months of the war.

One should therefore not be surprised that China would "update" the concept a bit, and disguise cargo ships and launch facilities for tactical and intermediate range missiles.

The real question is: is this concept (or something like it) what is really lurking behind Thoroughly Modern Milley's strange statements during that "covid" press conference during the Trump Administration? And is something like this concept behind the slow-down of shipping at America's Pacific ports?

I suspect so.

But there's a question to be asked, and it's one that goes to the technology of "cargo container missiles", for there is a crucial difference between China's alleged container ship missile systems, and Britain's "Q" ships of World War One or Germany's disguised merchant ship raiders of World War Two. In the latter two cases, the ships concerned had to be either specially modified, or in a few cases, built from the keel up as a deliberately designed ship. In the container-missile scenario, the container functions as a modular element; it can be loaded onto a ship, or not. If not, the ship remains a ship; if so, the ship becomes a launch paid. Indeed, it is conceivable that any fire control or crew facilities could also be stored inside a container. A ship's captain and/or crew may not even be aware of the subterfuge. Once offloaded at a port, and loaded onto a semi-truck, the truck becomes a mobile launch pad.

My point here is that the technology is modular, and basic enough that almost anyone with the money and skill could create such containers and ships. It need not necessarily by China, nor need it necessarily need be restricted to state actors...

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".

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  1. roxannea on December 25, 2021 at 3:24 pm

    Reminiscent of “Gulfatainer” , the reported 35-year lease of Port Canaveral to Iraq. https://americandigitalnews.com/index.php/2017/11/02/clinton-treason-port-canaveral-gulftainer-deal-bad-uraniumone/

  2. GM Hillbilly on December 23, 2021 at 1:44 am

    The trucks that pickup the containers drive through a screening/scanning area before exiting the ports

  3. wulirider on December 16, 2021 at 1:41 pm

    I tend to see the use of nukes less likely since the clear plot to use the killer jabs to depopulate the USA without damaging the infrastructure. Like te Deagal report shows, 2025 some 125 MILLION GONE in USA alone!! The multi year death and debilitating effects of this Frankenjab will be devastating to America and make us open for invasion, especially as the soldiers and first responders start dying and we have no response capability to invasion, etc.

    Soft kill is a solid strategy and it is working as the recent death levels show in VAERS and other studies out this week.

  4. Richard on December 15, 2021 at 7:24 pm

    It seems that that Nazi ‘Norwegian-hide-in-port’ trojan trick might be on the minds of other folks, too. One thing is for sure is that that California port batch of waiting freighters are on the move after many of them were just sitting-floating-sitting & floating in waters near the L A port. Not all, but many of them, have weighed anchor and are heading away from port not merely re-adjusting position. Of course, there is the possibility that there has been some sort of prioritization about who unloads first or can wait it out the longest. Supplies are an issue with any sailing vessel.

    My father use to sail on the SS Edmund Fitzgerald during the late 60’s & early 70’s. Lucky him, he’d moved to Port Everglades before the Nov1975 loss of the Fitzgerald. Heard a few stories about ship sailing. At any rate, it wasn’t all Moon beam nights and Sun tanning on the decks. There was a lot of ship’s maintenance and daily operations to perform. One thing that was apparent was that there was a lot of room below decks for huge stowage items, even more now, not necessarily of the items built for or on the manifest.

    Those container ships are worth a great deal no matter how they’re allocated. In the case of Amazon, building their own and keeping them servient to Amazon or as Amazon allocates only, is a strategic move in no uncertain terms. There’s less of an issue of what’s onboard or NOT on board, too. It probably won’t be too long before the “Amazon” logo is seen regularly on freight carrying containers aboard Burlington Northern / Santa Fe (BNSF) rail lines.

    When one takes into consideration how rail connects the western coast into the heartland it’s not to difficult to see how easy (and vulnerable) some areas would be at risk and are at risk.


    That’s a lot of infrastructure targets from a militarist point of reference.

    • Zorost on December 16, 2021 at 10:41 pm

      The Mississippi is a 2340 mile long choke point. It sounds like a contradiction, but there are about 56 or so RR bridges. 7 of those are no longer in use. Only 10 are south of St. Louis, with 2 of those no longer in use.


      Wikipedia lists 140 entries for “bridges over the Mississippi river” so I’m guessing about 90 road bridges.

  5. zendogbreath on December 14, 2021 at 10:07 pm

    While we dance around dodging bullets from socalled friendly sources government / health insurance / pharma / fda / cdc / for profit health care,………… unfriendly sources who happen to supply over 90% of our vital supplies are lining us up in nastier sites?

    What a surprise. Hope we all need to dance less soon. Perhaps we can put our resources to better use.

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  6. kj1215ed on December 14, 2021 at 9:32 pm

    You think maybe Trump and co. may behind this to make the Harris and Bison regime look worse

  7. marcos toledo on December 14, 2021 at 9:01 pm

    This sounds like nukes in interstate trunks scenario from the 70s just change the Chinese to Russians. This could be a trial balloon for a false flag in-house attack letting the Chinese be the fallguys for the attack.

  8. Robert Barricklow on December 14, 2021 at 7:27 pm

    No doubt a lot of illegal goods are being shipped in.
    There are established Triad drug cartel supply lines up and down the west coast of the America’s; Vancouver being the most secure one for the Chinese[IMO].
    Infiltration and influence are China’s modus operandi.
    Belt and Road is an instrument of political warfare.
    Although the USSA is obviously not part of the Belt & Road, Chinese businesses have made ominous inroads to control and destroy American infrastructure. For example, The Chinese manufacturers are derailing American rail manufacturers w/a cheap over supply of railcars. Providing these cars, which deploy digital technology, gives a Chinese government -owned company numerous entry points to access information about municipal security-and control the ability to control the operations of a vital piece of infrastructure our citizens and cities depend on; not to mention loose unloaded missiles.
    Or, why do the Chines keep building Ghost cities?
    Take just the empty apartments, by some estimates, 64 million units[the 64 million units question?], along w/billions of square feet of office and manufacturing space. thus, private sector developers will start to default[Evergrande?]. Chinese banks, which in turn will default to the Western banking system[losing 80 cents on every dollar]. Pension funds? Now written down to 20% of their original value? Chines developers and Chinese banks cut prices, millions of Chinese will finally be able to afford the apartments. And what do apartments need? Refrigerators, ovens, dishwashers, washing machines, dryers, appliances, tables, lamps, stereos, TVs, computers, and on and on. And infrastructure: schools, shopping centers, manufacturing office space, hospitals, will now be needed to support these new communities. Will those western financed ghost cities become the catalyst to restart the Chinese industry and help them get closer to their goal of having an independent economy?

    • zendogbreath on December 14, 2021 at 10:13 pm

      last I checked those ghost cities are trashed.
      few people recognize the maintenance required to keep structures and infrastructure tenable.
      steel and concrete is more alive that we know.
      Those ghost cities are rotten and rotting. None are safe to even travel through. It would be cheaper and faster to bomb then flat and rebuild from scratch than to try to use them.

      • Robert Barricklow on December 14, 2021 at 11:06 pm

        Man plans.
        God laughs.

        But those debts are still causing investors to sweat.
        Workers sweat when doing their jobs;
        and unearned income sweats their bets.

  9. Forest on December 14, 2021 at 12:17 pm

    I heard about this from Dr. Farrell in the 4 DJ Youtubes featuring Mars discussions and more that I downloaded.
    Modern Milley said he would warn China if we attacked them. Is it not a kind of contradiction that he states we will not let them in?

  10. Laura on December 14, 2021 at 11:15 am

    my guess is that if the shipping platform is weaponized, it is more likely that fentanyl or other street drugs are hidden in consumer goods for sale by gangs. also recall the counterfeit dollar bust at the Canada border, application of infectious agents to cash or other hand held goods is a possibility. opium war revenge and attacking the health and the social structure of the people of a rival power could be more stealthy than missiles. empowering a gang structure that foments crime is a possibility. the containers could contain the means to empower gangs. there could be some missiles but that may be just one element. obviously most of the traffic is commerce, which makes the attack more viable due to economic pressures.

  11. RonK on December 14, 2021 at 10:47 am

    Not a pleasant thought, but maybe this could be a case of “closing the barn door after the horse is gone”.

  12. JC on December 14, 2021 at 10:28 am

    Couple this with the seizure of $30 million in counterfeit goods at the LA Port,


    And I think that its all but confirmed that they are looking for “something” in those shipping containers, causing the backlog at the California ports. They just happened to find fake designer goods this time.

  13. anakephalaiosis on December 14, 2021 at 6:11 am

    Buckle up, and pin down, the red scare is in town!


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  14. Bluenose on December 14, 2021 at 5:35 am

    Think of the cost savings in such subterfuge too…as in “more bang for your buck”.

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