Within the last week, we've witnessed the resignation of the British Prime Minister, Mr. Boris Johnson, and the assassination of the former Japanese Prime Minister, Mr. Shinzo Abe. As one might expect, I have some high octane speculations to share in both respects, indeed, because I suspect they're related. Already there are, of course, theories as to what is going on, including that Chinese intelligence assassinated Mr. Abe for speaking out in favor of a defense commitment to Taiwan. Some of this commentary is - at least in my opinion - more than a little absurd. We're "informed" by such articles that Mr. Abe's comments in favour of Taiwan would have been an afront to the mainland Chinese, because after all, the Japanese invaded mainland China during World War Two, and to make such pledges, we're told, only dredges up bad memories from the Chinese.

Bad, Shinzo! Naughty Shinzo!

Except that no one seems to be pointing out that the vast Japanese war effort in China was directed against the Khoumintang government of Chiang Kai-Shek, not the Communists under chairman Mao, whose contributions to the Chinese war effort were on the minimal side when compared to Chiang's Nationalists.  And of course, the current Taiwanese state is a direct descendent not of Mao, but of Chiang.  But all that aside, I'm certainly willing to entertain the speculation that the Chicoms were behind the murder of Mr. Abe. As I've been arguing for some time, the "Mafia Wars" among the factions of Mr. Globaloney have started, and Mr. Abe may very well be the first casualty.  However, that said, I suspect that there are much deeper players behind Mr. Abe's murder.

As things stand right now, we're being told that his suspected murderer, Tetsuya Yamagami , was a veteran of Japan's Self Defense Force, having served on a Japanese destroyer until his discharge, whence he went to work for a warehouse in the region where the assassination took place. As the narrative stands now, Yamagami supposedly wanted to assassinate a high-ranking member of South Korean Rev. Sun Myung Moon's "Unification Church", and Abe was certainly associated with that group.  The fact that Yamagami assassinated Mr. Abe with what is alleged to have been a homemade gun in a nation that simply is not accustomed to any sort of gun violence may or may not be significant, but I suspect it is.

I strongly suspect that we're not just dealing with a "lone nut assassin" here, nor do I suspect that this is the Japanese equivalent of the JFL assassination, an idea some Japanese are already entertaining (See the Wikipedia article on the assassination). For one thing, JFK's murder was in my and many others' opinion a clear coup d'etat. No change of the head of government has been effected in Japan by Mr. Abe's murder. So if it's not the act of a lone nut, and there are deeper motivations in play, and it's not the Communist Chinese, then who is it? and why was it done? What was the motivation?

My suspicion is that Mr. Abe was a message, and a message not from China, but from Mr. Globaloney and his lap-poodles in Swampington. Here's why:  If there was one statesman on the world stage who was walking a careful balancing act between East and West, it was Mr. Abe. Recall only that it was under his premiership that Japan finally breached that magical 2% of GDP spending limit on national defense. Mr. Abe had determined that Japan needed to take a much more active role in its own defense, and that required a beefed-up military. And even though Mr. Abe continued to be supportive of the USA and of Japan's alliance with it, I argued - and I still believe - that Mr. Abe represented a faction within Japan that realized the inevitable was coming: that the American empire was unraveling through a series of botched decisions, and a political leadership class that was incomparably corrupt and colossally stupid and inept.

This meant Japan might in the mid- to long-term future have to confront China on its own. Accordingly, it was under Mr. Abe that diplomatic overtures were made to India (recall that Indo-Japanese bilateral logistical assistance pact), and to Russia. One should recall that it was Mr. Abe who reached out to Mr. Putin, and who was willing to set aside Japanese claims on Sakhalin island and to entertain Russia's proposals for free and open  Japanese re-settlement on the island, the creation of a kind of "customs-and-duty-free" zone there, and so on.  While the talks stalled, other Russo-Japanese cooperation did not: recall that it was Abe's Japan which extended the use of its credit card clearing system to Russia during a previous round of Western threats to exclude Russia from the financial clearing systems of Visa and Mastercard. Japan - and Abe - to the rescue.  Japanese engineering teams were sent to Russia to run tests on portions of the Trans-Siberian railway for fitness to convert it to high speed rail, and so on.

The geopolitical reasoning both of Russia and of Japan were clear: Russia's energy is close to hand to Japan, and would be far less subject to potential Chinese interdiction. In return, Japan has the capital and technology to help Russia realize its own "silk road" dreams and plans to build out the railroad infrastructure in Siberia. Geopolitically and financially, these long term interests of Russia and Japan coincided, and Mr. Abe very definitely realized that, and began the process of diplomatic talks.

Finally, and perhaps equally importantly as all of the above, Mr. Abe did not follow the planscamdemic narrative, did  not ban Ivermectin, did not mandate injections or masks, and did not lock everyone down for weeks on end.

To put all this "country simple", Mr. Abe was complex and capable man, and he was certainly his own man, and certainly willing to "buck the trend" of nonsense and globaloney coming out of Swampington DC and Brussels if it was in Japan's interest. With just Russia alone, he was straying very far off the reservation. If anyone needed a "message" not to stray too far and to stay on the reservation, it was Mr. Abe, and through him, Japan as a whole.  Mr. Kishida, Abe's current successor in the premiership, seems much less bold in his diplomatic and geopolitical vision, though time will tell.

Which brings us to the sudden resignation of Mr. Boris Johnson.

Again, I do not think this event can be disconnected from the murder of Mr. Abe, nor from the dark and sinister hand of Mr. Globaloney.  Mr. Johnson came to power, let us recall, during a crisis of leadership within the Tory Party under the premiership of Mrs. May, a singularly lack-luster figure whose sole accomplishment in office - at least from this author's perspective across the pond - seems to have been the creation of the impression that she was dragging her feet to implement the British withdrawal from the European Union, BREXIT. We all remember her fall from grace, and her resignation. Her predecessor, Tory prime minister David Cameron also resigned... again, after the referendum on BREXIT. Mr. Cameron, you might recall, was not in favour of leaving the European Union, and when he lost the referendum, the resignation was not far behind. So in the space of six short years, we've seen three leaders of the Tory Party, and three Tory Prime ministers, forced into resignation, and all of them in some connection to the issue of Brexit, though in the most recent case of Mr. Johnson, much more directly in relation to the perception that he was acting above the law and above his own regulatory edicts. In some respects, it looks as if Mr. Johnson is being forced from office under a pretext, in order to bring in a premier much more to the liking of Mr. Globaloney.  One need only recall that the language from the European Union after the Brexit referendum in Great Britain was not only on the hysterical side, but also tinged with thinly veiled threats. On this view, Mr. Johnson's resignation as Tory party leader and Prime Minister resembles more the resignation of a much more famous and certainly less-fumbling prime minister, whose opposition and hostility to the European Union and the commensurate loss of British sovereignty was well-known: Margaret Thatcher.

So if there is any common thread between these two, and in the "week of the two prime ministers," it's globaloney, and the possibility that Mr. Globaloney - the Klaus von Blohschwabs of the SPECTRE world of Davos - are up to their usual dirty tricks.

And if there's a lesson to be learned from the Week of the Two Prime Ministers, I suspect it is this: absolutely no system of alliances nor any scheme of "federalism" whatsoever is a suicide pact. There are no "mystical unions in perpetuity" regardless of what crazed spiritualists might think; there are no marriages that require the self-immolation of one spouse to suit the insane good pleasure of the other.

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. ou812 on July 15, 2022 at 2:55 am

    Japan didn’t need mask or social distancing mandates because the people were all doing it anyway.. It’s socially unacceptable to NOT wear a mask in crowded places and on public transport.

    Likewise, they have one of the highest rates of covid vaccination in the world, largely without mandates, and mostly again because of education and social pressure. The issue was not politicized like it was in the United States and many other countries.

    There is a strong argument to be made here that not only did these measures give Japan the lowest Covid rate death in the OECD, but they also avoided the social unrest that eventually happened in places with more draconian measures like lockdowns.

  2. Michael UK on July 14, 2022 at 3:34 am

    Here in the UK, the main stream media and Ministry of Truth (the BBC News) are pushing for Rishi Sunak to become next Leader and Prime Minister. He is ex-Goldman Sachs and from the same stable as Prime Minister Mario Draghi of Italy and ex-chief of the European Central Bank.
    Here is full list of world leaders including Americans who worked for Goldman Sachs.

    • anakephalaiosis on July 14, 2022 at 4:47 am


      Lizzy Lizard tried, by split tongue tip,
      to taste an Earl Grey Rune sip,
      but nasty nagging hag
      was old tea bag,
      and a totally flavourless squib.

      Terminal-Tom version (no pics):

    • Kaibosch on July 21, 2022 at 5:53 am

      I was talking about this with a friend a couple of years ago i.e.theyve been teeing Sunak up as the next PM since he appeared on the major political scene. It was so obvious from the prominent kid-glove treatment the fakestream was giving him right out the gate. He’s the typical bilgeberger Blairite type and not white of course, to ensure he gets that vote. Boris fulfilled his acting role as the pied piper, faux populist Brexiteer dead ending resistance a la Trump in the US. Everything we are witnessing is pre-planned political theater for our benefit. Sunak’s former GS boss is now running the bbc by the way.

      • Kaibosch on July 21, 2022 at 6:20 am

        A further by the way, Andrew Bailey (current Bank of England governor) sums to 119 in the english ordinal (gematria) i.e. 911 in the reverse and his predecessor Mark Carney sums to 19. This is not a coincidence.

  3. Zorost on July 14, 2022 at 2:01 am

    I doubt BJ was ousted for any sort of big conspiracy reasons. If he wasn’t on board with the big picture and willing to follow orders to the letter he wouldn’t be in his position. And if he strayed, he’d get far worse than merely fired with a golden parachute. More likely it’s either a smokescreen so his replacement has an easier time implementing whatever the real plan is, or jockeying amongst those lower down in the organization. The big bosses don’t mind a bit of competition amongst their underlings, as it distracts them from trying to take the big bosses jobs.

    The analysis regarding Abe seems about right though. I’ve suspected for awhile that Japan and it’s leaders would much rather not be a part of Western Wokedom. Unlike Europe, many of whose people and almost all of whose leaders seem to love licking the bottom of the globalists boots. One of the funnier clues re: Japan’s intransigence are the many coincidences where their modern warships just happen to have the same names as WW2 warships. No “JMSDF Harvey Milk” in their fleet.

  4. Integralis on July 13, 2022 at 1:13 pm

    It was obvious during the Trump presidency that Abe had aligned himself with the Trump administration. This picture always cracked me up:

    (Bolton is like “Hey what am I doing here? I should be over there with you.”) Obviously a larger game is afoot. The assassin’s supposed grievance with Abe’s connection to the Moonies reeks of something much deeper going on. While the Moonies have always seemed cultish and corrupt to me, there clearly are different factions battling behind the scenes over the direction of the “World Order”. So today I came across this article:

    I concur with Dr. Farrell’s assessment, but don’t forget China is aligned with Mr. Globaloney at least for now… I came across the article on this Telegram channel: who’s been operating on the theory of Devolution. I sincerely suggest people at least look into his information (especially Dr. Farrell and Dark Journalist who’s highlighted the numerous anomalous moves Trump made late in his presidency). While I certainly don’t agree with all his assessments, I feel he’s definitely on to something.

    • Integralis on July 13, 2022 at 11:03 pm

      I’m not really sure what happened to Wayne Madsen early in the Trump presidency but this article is from back when he was doing top notch work:

      The “alleged” takeover of the UN by the Unification Church through Ban Ki-Moon with the assist by Condoleeza Rice and John Bolton to boot! My frontal lobes are ablaze with synaptic overload…

      • Integralis on July 14, 2022 at 12:45 am

        And this is what Ban Ki-Moon is up to now:

        Nelson Mandela said Richard Branson and Peter Gabriel gave him the idea of The Elders LOL. Mr. Ban is about as Mr. Globaloney as it gets. So then what is really going on here? Did Abe come to the realization that Japan would get crushed when “assimilated” into the NWO (most likely by the likes of the CCP) and decide to align himself against it? Could the assassin actually have been acting organically against a corrupt cult thinking it was his only recourse? Why did Trump, Pompeo, Gingrich, and Pence speak at their conference on the 20th anniversary of 9/11? There seemed to be a Bush faction affinity for the Moonies, including Bolton (UN ambassador 2005/6). Trump appointed him National Security Advisor. 5D chess or sheer stupidity? What a tangled web they weave.

  5. Will on July 13, 2022 at 2:15 am

    Here is yet another take on the Abe assassination motive, but from someone who I have reservations about. He is kind of sketchy with YT videos but makes some great points and seems to have an insider track on behind the scenes’ going on’s.

    It was no secret to George Webb, but I read elsewhere that Abe warned about a 750 billion dollar payout scheme to rebuild Ukraine before BIS meetings in Switzerland made it official. Its almost as if Zelensky and his oligarch handler, Kolomoisky, provoked the war in order to get these massive frauds going where we see top officials in his cabinet buying luxury houses from the Swiss shortly after getting Bidens 40 billion dollars, supposedly for arms to defend themselves. Most of the 750 billion would come from the USA and the analogy would be fitting as it could thrust us into a depression as it did Germany. Could this be another motive for the war? To tank our vulnerable economy at a time when premanufactured food and energy shortages is economic warfare on the world. With the USA as the last barrier to world domination by an international technocracy, we would see monopolized industries and tech firms hiding behind front corporations with no oversight or accountability as the only power behind puppet governments. Sounds like the horror story that happened to the USSR that saw over 100 million die, by some accounts, in the last century at the hands of its own hijacked dictatorships. Puppet Zelensky canceled the opposing party and nationalized all TV stations as a communist dictator mole would do, and so could Putin be in on this scam?

    Putin? The former ‘Young World Leader’ student of Klaus Schwab’s WEF school for people such as Bill Gates, Trudeau, and Merkel? Schwab, who’s father had ties to Nazi industry jet friendly enough to have a Jewish wife, and with ties to BIS, the largest “Bank” in the world that specializes in laundering criminal profits as well as exploiting war debts? And what of the Ukrainian people? The Holodomor can’t be forgotten so soon…

    • anakephalaiosis on July 13, 2022 at 8:49 am

      The way, to avoid a new “dust bowl” in America, is to befriend Russia, and recognize the Bering Strait crossing as an agricultural lifeline.

      The main reason, that Russia wants Alaska back, is to build a railway between the continents. This is an old plan, implementing new technology.

      Those, who oppose the Russian solution, are the Khazarian infiltrators in the West, whose expertise is being carpetbaggers, doing banking tricks.

      America has a Khazarian problem, and Russians are experts in solving it.

    • Will on July 13, 2022 at 5:40 pm

      Thanks to Commander Z for the link to the George Webb page…

  6. Richard on July 12, 2022 at 11:42 pm

    The two are high profile alright but not high profiled enough it seems.

    In one’s view, not to add a flashpoint to your “high octane speculations,” but you might be leaving out the Party of the east by going west side act sometimes referred to as the United Front, the Yakuza, and, less mentioned, those Others of temporal treachery from elsewhere. Mafia will suffice for some but not likely the rest. Especially, the ones that can manipulate increments of time as this up right simian type alludes to it. It seems they’re very good at covering their tracks in multiple ways that leave only a hint of the De Ja Vu’s (x3) in their wake that modern neuroscientists can only speculate about with limited observation(s) skills.

    It’s as if it’s a massive spheroidal cauldron that is stirred every axial rotation and well enough in between by those capable of stirring with huge impact because they can.

    Profiteers probably still want their invested shares to pay out, too. An asteroid or two might do but what about the low hanging fruits yet to be harvested. Opportunists will survey what is babbled about to help deter and deflect anyone getting too close for comfort as many with access to governmental affairs sometimes are witness. Right now there seems to be a lot of clothes knots stuck in the ringer waiting to be unraveled as the laundering of the gold, . . err . . .rather the laundry is prepared for the rinse cycle.

    It still begs the questions, “WHO and what are compromised and by how much and by whom?” “Who is taking orders from whom and from where?”

  7. Integralis on July 12, 2022 at 9:56 pm

    Here’s a slightly different take:

  8. Michael UK on July 12, 2022 at 3:13 am

    Joseph is an alma mater of the University of Oxford. Most of our Prime Ministers in the UK are also alma maters of Oxford. Margaret Thatcher, Tony Blair, David Cameron, Theresa May and Boris Johnson. The most likely future Prime Minister – Rishi Sunak also studied at the University of Oxford (Politics, Philosophy and Economics) and as a big bonus he worked for Goldman Sachs! Make no mistake, the banker takes all!

    • anakephalaiosis on July 12, 2022 at 10:18 pm

      Khazarian royalty in Britain, to whom ministerial minions pay homage, are educated in pedophile Hellfire Clubs.

      Freemasonic scholarships are bestowed upon those, who are trained by Jesuits, in the act of kissing papal toe.

      Worshipping Pope Satan is endorsing Roman civilization, and that is embarking on a slave ship, according to Tacitus.

      Gnostic cannibalism is taught at BBC chicken foot academy:

  9. anakephalaiosis on July 12, 2022 at 2:08 am

    Russian annexation of Alaska is a great idea, because second US stampede of Iceland has no purpose, besides being a bullying display of power.

    In Iceland, there is a giant named Gulliver, who rides on a Russian bear named Sarmat Sarmatian. He smashes flies with his Scythian bear paw.

    There is always a bigger bully, and I am the worst of the worst. Gulliver wants Alaska, and in land of Lilliput, Gulliver’s footsteps are smashing.

    For Gulliver, Bering Strait crossing is a puddle jump.

  10. marcos toledo on July 11, 2022 at 8:48 pm

    So, Shinzo Abe got the Abe Lincoln treatment shot in the back if I was in his party, I would be demanding an investigation of his murder and calling for his security to be forced to apologize by committing seppuku for their failure to protect him. As for Boris Johnson, it looks like his usefulness was over and since his political sins were not so great political retirement could be offered to him.

  11. Barbara on July 11, 2022 at 7:49 pm

    I agree that Shinzo Abe was assassinated by one of the fractions of American DS. Moreover, this was also a message for…..Trump in my opinion. Abe similarly to Trump resign from his sit as a PM. They both went aside (this is also a part of biggest enigma what for?). Both of them actively campaigned for their parties and probably both of them were thinking of getting on the top again.
    Yes, I know, everybody thinks Trump was cheated out of the presidency. Personally, with each passing month I think he engineered his loss. Similarly, to his mentor R. Nixon, which is cleverly laid out in the movie dr. Farrell recommended in one of his interviews called ” Secret Honor”

    • Laura on July 12, 2022 at 5:00 pm

      The look on Shinzo Abe’s face after he shakes hands with Trump

      • anakephalaiosis on July 13, 2022 at 9:04 am

        There is mutual respect and admiration, because the Trump train is honest national revival. The snake, that bit the woman, who carried it home, was Fausti, a Jesuit assassin, to whom the end justifies the means.

      • Barbara on July 14, 2022 at 3:42 pm

        yep, should have kept his joy and at ease to himself , maybe he’ll still be alive

  12. Robert Barricklow on July 11, 2022 at 6:50 pm

    Remember Trump coming in, and having difficulty getting his policies to take traction?
    Are the digital analogues assuming more & more automatic decisions?
    Are these autonomous decision making analogues moving up the political food chain?
    Are the governance leaders going to find themselves being out-maneuvered by technocracy?
    That the decisions are being taken from there hands ipso facto?
    That he who possesses the reigns of power[the government infrastructure/algorithms making decisions on whose hired/fired/promoted; on whose proposals are implemented, and whose are not; on what policies are made, and what are obfuscated]? Are all these decision are slowly being weaned out of the “selected” hands; and into a technocratic totalitarian nightmare of automated ruling algorithms?
    Any leader, worth his or her salt is; is going to go screaming against the technocratic decisions being taken out of his or her bailiwick. Of course, those that are already, for all practical purposes, algorithms themselves; will continue to be part of the well-oiled political machine.
    A machine programed by its owners. Owners that are definitely not public.
    Are the [s]elections already algorithmically controlled?
    Are they too, going on automatic?
    Are those [s]elected, just expensive cogs in a newly automated technocratic government?

    Abe, was not an automated inhuman cog; and therefore – had to go.

    Many more might be under the illusion that elections are decided by voters,
    and not being fixed by a technocratic political machine. Even the talking head press, has to read the teleprompter script, written by an AI algorithm?
    It’s second nature to read it; as if gospel, if not automatic.?

    • Jay on July 14, 2022 at 3:53 pm

      Robert, I remember one talk I had ( something around 25years ago)with former officer of secret intelligence in one of post communist European countries. He said, that main asset is a man/woman in charge of HR department and others are handlers. That way, with just approximately 1000-1400 people placed in strategic positions, you can literally rule medium sized country or state with 35-45 millions citizens.
      It is that easy.

  13. Laura on July 11, 2022 at 2:39 pm

    I recall during the vaccine roll-out and sales pitch feeling worried and threatened by the idea of mandates. Japan under Abe did not have covid vaccine mandates, returned unused vaccine doses, and gave citizens ivermectin. and, Japan associated the vaccinated blood donors with the idea of a possibly contaminated blood supply. This caution and prudence gave me hope during a dark period of time that my concern over the vaccine experiment was justified.

    It’s those bits of truth which leak out that help from getting swamped in a tsunami of propaganda and corporate greed.

    Boris Johnson’s lack of adherence to the COVID protocol revealed that the risk was overstated. Boris Johnson’s adoption of the war on russia position seemed more obedient than authentic. There must be more to this story when it comes to the UK involvement in the Ukraine conflict. After all the UK voted BREXIT, so why are they so fixated with meddling in Europe? Proxy war is looking really ugly.

    did anyone seem the women’s wimbledon final? The all england club denied russian and belarussian players from participating, seemingly to avoid handing a trophy to a russian. It happened anyway. like an omen, via kazakstan.

  14. Mr Sophistication on July 11, 2022 at 2:38 pm

    Add L.A. County Sheriff, Alex Villanueva to.the list of elected officials targeted for removal. He’s done things like refuse to enforce covid mandates and refuse to close gun stores during the extended lockdowns in California and now the county board wants to be able to remove elected officials like Sheriff Villanueva if they don’t like the results of an election.

    “The removal motion by Board Chair Holly Mitchell and Supervisor Hilda Solis would direct county attorneys to draft the required documents and ordinance to put before voters on Nov. 8 that would allow the board to remove an elected sheriff with a four-fifths vote.

    Under the motion, such a move would be allowed “for cause” — with such cause defined as “a violation of any law related to the performance of their duties as sheriff; flagrant or repeated neglect of duties; a misappropriation of public funds or property; willful falsification of a relevant official statement or document; or obstruction of any investigation into the conduct of the sheriff by the Inspector General, Sheriff Civilian Oversight Commission, or any government agency with jurisdiction to conduct such an investigation.”

    In a statement to the Los Angeles Times, which first reported the board’s proposal, a sheriff’s department representative called the maneuver a “politically motivated stunt” orchestrated while Villanueva is seeking reelection.”

    • Mr Sophistication on July 11, 2022 at 2:44 pm

      My advice to anyone living in California right now would be to move out now. L.A. County will likely be reinstating the mask mandate at the end of the month and from what I gather, the local and state governments are laying the groundwork to allow for an healthcare dictatorship.

    • Mr Sophistication on July 11, 2022 at 2:56 pm

      I’d tell Californians to vote Republican except judging by the Newsome / Elder recall election, you’d need to convince about another quarter of the population to vote Republican to succeed at yge polls… assuming the elections are honest.

      If the elections are being tampered with digitally (automatically adding votes like the anomalous data jumps we saw in 2020) then about 80% of voters wouod have to vote for the incumbent so the computer program adding votes would have to show more people voting than who even live in the state… And they’d still trying and cover it up with “safe & secure election” claptrap.

  15. ats on July 11, 2022 at 2:37 pm

    Abe’s murder can really only have come from the US faction of Mr. Globaloney. This was my intuiton as well. We should also recall that he selected/ordained his replacement, which means he still held significant, if not complete, control over the executive functions of the Japanese government.

    I suspect this could be the Japanese JFK moment, the coup d’êtat has begun and we will see in the near future whether Japan continues along its current independent course or if it returns to being a complete vassal/tool for the West.

    I pray that his faction is strong enough to face the oncoming storm.

    May Gob bless them and give them the courage and resolve to fight and prevail over their enemies.

  16. FiatLux on July 11, 2022 at 12:41 pm

    For sure, one commonality between Abe and BoJo were their attempts to buck the agenda of the U.S.-based unipolar Globaloney faction. Abe’s moves toward military sovereignty and his cozying up to Russia couldn’t be tolerated. Let’s not forget one of BoJo’s transgressions was his initial decision to pursue herd immunity at the beginning of the scamdemic. (Incidentally, his hospitalization due to “covid” always seemed a little suspect to me, a little too convenient. Perhaps a nonfatal wetworks op mean to remind him who’s boss? If so, it worked.) It’s certainly possible BoJo’s support of Brexit was held against him by Mr. UnipolarBaloney, since the latter uses Brussels and the EU as a means of keeping Europe dancing to his tune.

    I agree with the Europeans who contend that the EU is a tool of the United States. At least in part, it is. I also agree with Dr. Farrell’s thesis, outlined in The Third Way, that the EU is the fulfillment of an old German/Nazi dream of uniting Europe under German economic, administrative, and legal control. There’s not a huge contradiction between those two views, when you consider that the U.S. is, to some degree, a tool of “the Nazis in Washington.”

  17. Robert Barricklow on July 11, 2022 at 11:51 am

    The TPTB[the powers that be] are doubling down across the board and have been for sometime[remember the two popes?]. Of course, a couple might correctly suggest there are more Biden’s than two two hands can count. The reason is to double up on designing crisis.
    The world needs more crisis.
    Could be a push to get rid of the unnecessaries[versus, the lower class deplorables] like Boris, Abe, the Clintons, the Epstein’s and more of that support group of upper management that caters to the illusions of self-governance.

    Running late…
    White Rabbit.


    • Robert Barricklow on July 11, 2022 at 12:02 pm

      But Wait!
      The BRICS might be going after the real bad guys like Soros, Gates, and their ilk.
      The press might indeed be bleeding as these Mafia wars get hot and heavy…

  18. Michael UK on July 11, 2022 at 10:38 am

    In the UK, our news agenda is set and mostly controlled by the all encompassing Ministry of Truth (the BBC).
    The BBC never liked Boris Johnson (as he delivered BREXIT) and over the past week were gleeful that he resigned.
    We now have to endure 2 months of leadership campaigns to be the next leader of the Conservative Party and become the new Prime Minister.
    However, we already know that ex-Chancellor of the Exchequer – Rishi Sunak is the Establishment’s favourite, having previously worked for Goldman Sachs and is a multi millionaire whose, father in law in one of the richest men in India. MR Globalooney will be pleased!

  19. Marcusmojo00 on July 11, 2022 at 10:03 am

    Rahm Emanuel is the US ambassador to Japan. This creature is one of Swampington’s finest.

  20. Galaxygirl on July 11, 2022 at 7:29 am

    Fox News agrees with Dr. Farrell. One of their correspondents is Dan Bongino who has a show on called “Unfiltered with Dan Bongino”. He was a special agent and on one of his shows a day or two ago he interviewed a former Secret Service Supervisor, Charles Marino, who said that the security around Abe was suspect. The Japanese security broke the “Golden Rule” of covering the protectee at all costs. Nor were there technologies in place to intercept weapons They did nothing to mitigate the risk to Abe’s safety.

    • Jon on July 11, 2022 at 3:41 pm

      I have to agree that his security appears extremely lax. Watching videos of the attack, it is clear that he is not well protected from behind at all. Even the way the venue was set up looked sketchy from a security standpoint. As Fletcher Prouty pointed out, when a murder like this happens, it virtually always requires participation by someone on the inside, including the security team. The Japanese can be fanatics about their work ethic, and I find it hard to believe that his security people were so completely incompetent. What happens to his security detail will be worth watching.

      Also points out that even insanely srong gun laws do not stop determined people. The gun was supposedly homemade (which is easier than most people think), and from what I saw on video, possibly used black powder (lots of smoke), which can also be made pretty easily (Japan also has a thriving fireworks industry). In our modern society, there is a mind boggling array of ways to make destrutcive devices out of everyday items, even if one is only moderately clever.

  21. anakephalaiosis on July 11, 2022 at 6:36 am

    The solution is ingeniously simple: Remove all spiritual claims to authority, and endorse secular etymology.

    In Scandinavia, we follow no authority whatsoever, and will never surrender to Pope Satan’s federalism.

    Scandinavians have an over-my-dead-body policy. It means, that we are Scythian skull-drinkers, by default.

    On floating corpses in Reykjavik harbor, Scandinavians are in agreement:

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