You may have noticed a few changes to the website over the weekend, and before I get to this week's blogs, let me explain.   We were hit by some unstable server problems, apparently caused by font platforms... or something. You know me, I'm not a technically-inclined nor very computer literate person. In spite of years - decades now - of using computers, they still are for me glorified-easier-to-use- typewriters. I don't know the difference between a server and a menu, unless it's in a restaurant (and sometimes, even then, in our modern confused "culture", it's iffy.) Some people emailed me and told me other websites were apparently experiencing similar problems. I don't know. But in any case, Daniel worked most of the weekend trying to move the site to new servers, which we both hope will be more stable, so thank to you Daniel, and to all of you who let me and/or him know what was going on, and for being patient with the process.

Since we're on the topic of internet issues, I thought today's article shared by S.D. would be apropos since it deals with the same topic, and since this last weekend our website member known as Schwarzenstein and I did a one-on-one dialogue about the situation in the Ukraine. You might be thinking, "OK, fine, what have all the problems in the Ukraine, your website internet problems, an interview with a member, and internet cable-cutting in France have to do with each other? We'll get back to that, but first, S.D.'s article:

Who Is Sabotaging France's Fiber Optic Cables? The mystery of who brought down large parts of France's internet earlier this week has drawn the attention of the nation's domestic intelligence service.

Note what the article says (and we're going to quote most of it, because the article itself, if one reads between the lines a bit, seems to be implying what I and perhaps many readers of this website also suspect: there's something malodorous about the French Presidential election:

Somebody disabled a large number of France’s fiber optic cables earlier this week. The incident, which is being criminally investigated and has been called an act of “vandalism” and “sabotage,” temporarily disrupted the internet in multiple French cities, including Paris.

Several French internet service providers claim to have had their cables targeted, including the companies Netalis, SFR, and Free.

“Internet cables have been cut in the Ile-de-France region, which is affecting the landline and mobile network. We are in touch with operators who are working to restore service,” announced Cédric O, the country’s Minister of digital affairs, early Wednesday morning.

In case you work for the State Department in Swampington, DC, and are hence clueless about foreign geography, history, and language, the Ile-de-France is that region (of France) comprising metropolitan Paris (which is the capital city of France) and environs (which are in France, a foreign country across the Atlantic, located in Europe, where they speak French, a foreign language you may have heard of). If you're shocked to learn that France has things like fiber-optic cables and the internet, or wondering where exactly Europe is, then I simply can't help you.

Thank you to the rest of you for being patient, while we brought our slower friends in the State Department in Swampington, DC, up to speed (it's not exactly "TGV speed" nor even Acela speed, but they're getting there). Back to the article:

The apparent sabotage spurred a series of web outages in cities across France, including in Paris, Lyon, Reims, Bordeaux, and Grenoble, Reuters reports.

The Paris prosecutor’s office has now opened a criminal investigation into the incidents and, somewhat unusually, the nation’s domestic intelligence service, DGSI, is assisting, the Associated Press writes. It’s not totally clear how the cables were cut or what kind of tools were used, and authorities haven’t said whether there are any suspects in the case. In short: we don’t know a whole lot about what happened right now.

That said, other outlets have noted the somewhat weird timing of this whole episode. France just finished a highly contentious presidential election and the attacks on the nation’s internet occurred only a few days after the political race wrapped up.

The attacks caused internet outages in Paris, Lyon, Reims, Bordeaux, and Grenoble... (which, for you State Department folks, are all cities in France, where they speak French), mere days after the French presidential election, which, it so happens, if you were following it closely, appeared to have been very close, with contender Marine Le Pen actually leading at some points, and then, voila! A Bidenesque (s)election miracle occurred, and ballots surged at the last minute for Monsieur Macron (N.B. to State Department, "Monsieur" is "Mister" in the mysterious, rumored-about French language). In short, many people are beginning to question the French elections. Now I do not for a minute think that M. Macron (note to State Department: that's how they abbreviate "mister" in France, so it's like our "Mr.") lost, this is, after all, France, and the people that live in France (note to State Department: They're called "French", like the language they speak) have been known to do some crazy things from time to time, like chopping the heads off of tens of thousands of people, worshipping "Reason" as a goddess, coming up with new calendars with impossible names for months like "Thermidore", making lesser Italian nobility Emperor, invading Russia, and so on.

Now, mere days after a weirdly reported (s)election in which a deservedly unpopular globalist bankster shill (Macron) weirdly beat a "populist" (Le Pen) after some apparent ballot skullduggery and shenanigans had occurred, internet cables are being physically cut in large French cities, and if I'm not mistaken, cities in regions were Mme. Le Pen (note to State Department, Mme is another crazy abbreviation, for "Ma Dame" which is French for "my lady, and is - (sigh) oh nevermind) has support, with, of course, the exception of Paris. Do I speculate there might be a connection? Well, yes...

...but there are other possibilities. In a recent interview with a member of this website, he and I were also speculating (and I more than he) that Russia would notch up the asymmetrical warfare. Indeed, our own governments are prepping the narrative that Russia will engage in cyber attacks on the internet, and perhaps even cause power disruptions. I go further, and maintain that "grab and scoot" or even "wet works" against individual western leaders is not out of the picture. Indeed, in blogging about similar internet and power sub-station attacks in this country in recent years, I've noted the professional nature of these hits, and have not ruled out a foreign power conducting such operations. Similarly, I don't rule out our own deep state conducting them, and blaming them on Russia; false flags, after all, are the name of the game.

So what's going on in France? I don't know, but I suspect it's of a piece with the similar attacks in this country that I've blogged about before. Who's behind them, including these most recent attacks in France?

Again, I don't know. But I do have some suspicions... If one looks at covert operations like this, it strikes me that when they are the product of the West's deep state psychopaths, the results usually impact a lot of innocent people adversely, while helping to "feather their own nests" and further their own causes. The results, in other words, spill over into lots of "collateral damage." Think of 9/11 in that respect, folks. But when Russia employs covert operations, the focus seems to be... well... more focused, like a poison dart being shot from an umbrella.

Isn't it interesting, that after France has apparently been caught shipping arms to the Ukraine (and who knows what those units in Mariopol were - possible Legion Etrangere? Who knows? [Note to State Department: Legion Etrangere is the actual French name of the Foreign Legion, an elite body of French military forces]), and warnings from Mr. Putin that Russia can strike hard and quickly, that this happens?

Bottom line: while our hysterical western media is responding to Russia's hysterical media and its talks about nuking London, Berlin, Paris, and Swampington by promoting more overt escalation, don't be surprised if Russia unleashes its considerable covert operations capability... and piggy-back it on the western deep state's own duplicitous schemes.

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. Richard on May 5, 2022 at 10:13 pm

    One would be filed in that [other] category if there was a position revealed in this cable business. One question one would ask, “Who stands to gain by having those cables remain intact?”

    Back in 2016 or so there was an effort to bridge Hong Kong & San Francisco by way of high-speed cable communications, but the Feds intervened (rightly so in the name of data security).

    Being in that camp, it may be an inconvenience to have communications disrupted, but consider the data breaches potentially stalled (or information safe guarded) by thwarting that adversary sneaking around the comm wires.

    Censorship in safeguarding data flow might be an unintended good thing that that adversary hadn’t reckoned. In the meantime, the cyberwar remains quite active between the major cyber states while several others with the means continue to observe for weaknesses pre-attack, active attack, and post attack.

  2. zendogbreath on May 3, 2022 at 11:56 pm

    technocrats will crat.

    Didn’t Klaus announce these “cyber attacks” some time ago?
    Is that more revelation of the method?
    What are the odds this will drive up sales and installations of more wireless internet?

    • Jay on May 4, 2022 at 4:42 am

      Wireless or…satelite, perhaps? After all, 5G is so amazing , it has such a speed and data transfer AND 6G is even better!!! Look , look ( proceeds to push it onto ones face) 😁

  3. Ronin on May 3, 2022 at 12:29 pm

    Firing from the hip here as I was reading through the comments, I wonder if the goal was to halt trading or payment exchanges?

    Regardless, to me, if the lines were cut simultaneously, you’d know it was most certainly a coordinated professional job. If the lines were cut consecutively, it could also indicate a professional job in which the responsible party is “mapping” the anatomy of France’s data lines.

    Something to watch for sure.

    • anakephalaiosis on May 4, 2022 at 3:03 am

      Burning Notre Dame, and cutting internet cables, is done by the same Jesuit Nero, who today is fishing souls in the Ukraine, while promoting Cantarella worldwide.

      The traditional papal logic is, that Europe will eventually, after much suffering, come crawling to Rome, on sore knees, and beg for blessings from Pope Satan.

      Assyria was defeated by Scythians. Khazaria was defeated by Kievan Rus. Khazarian movie moguls are currently being defeated, by Jack Sparrow, in the Salem witch trials.

      Jack Sparrow has a magic compass, on display in Notre Dame’s 32-point rose window, as Elohim-Yahweh, the deified compass.

  4. DanaThomas on May 3, 2022 at 11:02 am

    Tricky things those fibre cables… and apparently the world’s major financial centres rely on them heavily.

    • Richard on May 5, 2022 at 10:16 pm

      Those financial institutions have backup plans ever since the Towers went down in 2001.

  5. Jay on May 3, 2022 at 7:08 am

    Usually in elections. third wheel is there to steal from pretender. As for internet disruption , probably it was a test run to assess how it behaves after disruption ( mapping western European internet ?) . I heard – unconfirmed – story about 50 high ranking french (military advisers ?) in besieged Mariupol, maybe it also connects to that internet outage?

  6. marcos toledo on May 2, 2022 at 9:50 pm

    This is interesting. I have had problems with my internet service here in Puerto Rico, it’s beaves like Harry Dent ALIAS TWO-FACE. Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn’t, this has been going on for perhaps two months. Are these internet outages a worldwide phenomenon?

    • anakephalaiosis on May 2, 2022 at 11:34 pm

      Cloudflare has become popular, because of distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks.

      It is an electronic mosquito net, that catches swarms of bugs, that block up the internet.

      Pentagram doesn’t want its boots on the ground in the Ukraine exposed, nor any analysis of contracting narrative.

      Hollywoodism is the Khazarian propaganda machine of the movie moguls:

      • anakephalaiosis on May 3, 2022 at 4:03 am

        *contradicting narrative

    • Richard on May 5, 2022 at 10:17 pm

      Yes, they are.

  7. FiatLux on May 2, 2022 at 1:09 pm

    I think you’re on to something, Dr. Farrell… These cable-cutting incidents don’t look like random, amateur jobs to me. I’d say asymmetrical warfare is one of the most likely explanations. It’s interesting this happened in France, current holder of the presidency of the Council of the EU and home of the cartoonish representative of Western Europe in negotiations with Russia (M. Macron). It could be someone Slavic sending a message: “Don’t forget we can do this — and we will if you push us too far.”

    On the French elections… I followed them pretty closely and wouldn’t be surprised if Macron legitimately won, given who ran, who voted, and how Le Pen is depicted in the media. The third runner-up from the first round, Mélenchon (a nominally quasi-communist candidate), basically told his supporters to abstain or vote Macron(!) in the second round. Between Mélenchon voters and a few percentage points from those who’d voted for lower-scoring candidates in the first round, Macron, sadly, could have won without cheating. Having said that, I don’t rule out cheating at all, if it was needed to keep Macron in power.

    • anakephalaiosis on May 2, 2022 at 10:54 pm

      Būgger boy Macron plots his internet curfew, in case Twitter storms the Bastille, with hashtag #MacronGuillotine.

      The torching of Notre Dame cathedral was an inside job. Jesuit assassins work for Pope Satan, who is Khazarian mafia.

      Adam Weishaupt was a Jesuit Jew, who made infiltration of the stone mason guild, into a transatlantic superstructure.

      Weishaupt’s Illuminati is the European Union.

  8. Robert Barricklow on May 2, 2022 at 12:06 pm

    The “original” cabal cutting was done by England prior to WW1;
    cutting Germany’s transatlantic cable to deny her ability to communicate.
    State players then, as now? Or, non-state actors?
    Oh! And I have to say,
    I wouldn’t put it past England; to do the dirty deed and leave Russian Bear tell-tale signs.
    Of course, it’s not beyond the Bear to leave amateurish signs that incriminate itself, w/deeply hidden easter eggs – that later expose the dastardly English.

    France pulled a 2020 Dump the Trump election victory that Macron appears to have bought into[literally]. Everything’s for sale today, including election$.

    And, where is that x times a Trillion dollar cartel?
    The one that did 9/11, but left a Nazi back door open?

    “The wolf may lose his pelt, but never his nature.”
    [Russian proverb]

    • anakephalaiosis on May 3, 2022 at 4:00 am

      There are Nazis and Nazis…

      Some are hardcore agents, and others are duped followers, whose only crime is to believe in a better world, trapped in confusion of abstract ideals.

      That is why, the retrieval of the Runes, and the winged cross, is so important, because it exposes national socialism, as an elaborate Jesuit hoax, controlled by Pope Satan.

      When comparing the original Scythian identity, to Hitler & Co, the latter doesn’t know the Runes, nor the true meaning of the time-compass.

      Thus Jesuit agent Adolf Hitler becomes exposed, by the lack of logic in his own words. Point made!

      The saga of the Runes:

      Terminal-Tom version (no pics):

  9. Billy Bob on May 2, 2022 at 10:00 am

    Maybe someone forgot to make the “Call before you dig.” on their cell phone? Then an enterprising press seized upon the opportunity to create an international issue?

    • Richard on May 5, 2022 at 10:22 pm

      The trawlers might have trolling in deep waters and their landlocked counterparts, as you say, forgot to call. Cutting active cables when a massive data steal was in play might be considered a good thing. It reduces the damage of what was already lost to trolling data thieves.

  10. anakephalaiosis on May 2, 2022 at 6:20 am

    The Khazarian movie moguls want to pogrom tzarist Russians out of the Ukraine, and need to prevent populist box-office bombs in France.


    Jack Sparrow is hoodwinked, taking flack,
    being railroaded onto sidetrack,
    in a weasel agent setup
    with poison cup,
    from movie mogul, in sneak attack.

    • Sophia on May 2, 2022 at 6:59 am

      A difficult act to fathom—the Internet was designed to supposedly be resilient enough to withstand nuclear war.

      The only explanations that come to mind are: a) a message, possibly alluding to / threatening use of the “Internet Kill Switch,” which Obama gave away to the globalists; or b) perhaps someone monitoring the Internet illicitly at certain intercept points needed to force data re-routing through its collection node(s).

      Other ideas?

      • anakephalaiosis on May 2, 2022 at 7:52 am

        Well, six million whatever has today become the greatest box-office bomb, since Nero burned Rome.

        Zelensky is not selling tickets, because nobody is buying his flappy fish market, with 50 cent strippers.

        The hyped up “Khazaria” movie, in the Ukraine, is no blockbuster, because Europe is epigenetic-antisemitic.

        The conclusion is, that paid claqueurs are out banging their sabots.

        • Awake on May 2, 2022 at 9:43 am

          Something interesting is brewing on the Russian front and Israel.

          • anakephalaiosis on May 2, 2022 at 1:59 pm

            The Middle Eastern producers want full control of the movie plot, for “Khazaria” to be nominated, at the Oscars, for best script and actor.

            The movie “Khazaria” is threatened, by the upcoming release of an authorized English translation of “Two Hundred Years Together”, that is scheduled in 2024.

            Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn’s take, on the historical claims, threatens to cause “Khazaria” to flop at the box-office, due to birthright infringement.

            Russia is born in Kiev, and is named “Garðaríki” in Old Norse.


        • Don B on May 2, 2022 at 11:26 am

          It doesn’t look like zelensky is getting much love from Lavrov.


          • Don B on May 2, 2022 at 11:37 am

            This is a better article from Israel.


        • Awake on May 2, 2022 at 5:22 pm

          “Two Hundred Years Together”, I’m looking forward to that book (English) in hard cover.

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