After last week, I thought it couldn't possibly get any crazier than this, but then I sat down today (Sunday) like I always do, with my keg of ice tea and (shhh.... don't tell anyone) a cigarette or two to go through this weeks' emails and articles pile, and found this article from our friend over at, Catherine Austin Fitts, and you're going to want to read this one because it's a whopper doozie:

Russian bonds are back on the market for a week as sanctions are temporarily lifted - and investors have already put in bids for over $1 billion in debt

Now you'll notice the story is already over a week old, but that that doesn't take the steam out of the story. Consider the following:

Investors placed bids for over $1 billion in Russian bonds at a Monday credit-default swap auction, according to the Wall Street Journal, as the US Treasury allows trading for one week to allow buyers to settle swap contracts.

The bids come three months after the sanctioned nation had been ruled in default for missing payments to creditors, and roughly two months after it defaulted on about $100 million in payments due to foreign bondholders.

Over the summer, American buyers had been barred by sanctions from buying Russian debt. The Treasury Department's exemption allows US investors to buy and sell the bonds for seven days.

At the auction, per the WSJ report, investors who bought or sold protection against a Russian default indicated a net interest to buy around $500 million in debt. There were $1.3 billion in bids to buy, and roughly $800 million in bids to sell.

Goldman Sachs emerged as the only participating investment bank to put in a net positive order for Kremlin-backed bonds, as it placed a bid for more than $1.3 billion, according to the report.

So let's see what we have:

(1) Over $1,000,000,000 was for sale; (2) Russia has been ruled in default for missing debt payments; (3) Americans could not buy Russian government debt because of the sanctions; (4) the US Cobwebs & Treasury department lifted the sanctions for one week and we can only assume that it was so Americans could patriotically clear their books of all that bad Russian paper and buy good American or Ukrainian paper nod nod wink wink wink; and finally (5) Goldman Sachs stepped forward with a $1,300,000,000 bid to buy bonds from a government said to be in default...hmmm...

Now, on my abacus, something isn't quite adding up. Here I thought all this frenzied week-long suspension of the suspension of trade was because Russia=Bad The Ukraine=Good so clear the ledgers of Russia=Bad boys, but it seems that when the market is allowed to do what it wants to do, there's no problem with buying Russian=Bad bonds (belly up to the bar boys, or should I say, boyars) and helping Mr. Putin buy more Armata tanks for use in The Ukraine=Good.

The abacus' algorithms are telling me that this is because Mr. Globaloney senses an opportunity to (1) grab up as much of Russia=Bad debt as it can while the war is going on, (2) this for the purpose of keeping the war going on a little longer, and (3) better it be Russia=Bad bonds rather than the Ukraine=Good bonds because the Ukraine=Good has about as much chance of being noticed as spit in a hurricane.

And it's nice to know that even when it comes to international law there's one standard for us deplorables who still think Russia=Not Completely Bad and The Ukraine=Not Completely Good, and a completely different standard for Mr. Globaloney, who may be, in his typically quiet and underhanded way, signaling the beginning of more "de-dollarization". Frankly, after looking at the mess occupying the White(out) House, I can't say as I blame him... Oh, and did I mention, all this came before Mr. Putin reminded everyone that an attack on Russian territory could call forth a nuclear response? I wonder what "emboldened" him to restate what has always been Russian doctrine?

See you on the flip side...


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. RepentantWanderer on September 30, 2022 at 2:32 pm

    Wow… Absolutely flabbergasted and amazed by mankind.

  2. Barbara on September 27, 2022 at 3:45 pm

    Now, when Putin had secured some fresh cash(bonds) from NYC banksters, he can blow up Nord Stream I, and continue finishing up German economy.
    CAF in her recent media appearances including QWUs with JPF also had mentioned the suspicion that Russian aggression into the Ukraine had a quiet pad up from West (USA in particular)

    • anakephalaiosis on September 27, 2022 at 7:23 pm

      Here, on the European prairie, redskins have been cut off from their energy supply, thanks to American tourists shooting buffaloes from train windows.

      I guess, we are all very grateful, for those disease-ridden blankets, with wonderful new viruses, donated from American bio labs.

      The Icelandic redskins were so grateful during WWII, that Americans were given free swimming lessons in Reykjavik harbor.

      Gratitude is limitless, here at Wounded Knee, and we only drink noodle goblets on rare occasions, when we toast to Hel.

    • Wu Wu on October 1, 2022 at 1:10 am

      Certainly, these things are coördinated. However, M. le Poutìn could just as easily, far more easily, have turned off the spigot on the gas. No need to blow up his own pipe. Also, the blown pipes are “leaking”( read: wildly and UNCONTROLLABLY venting) gas.
      Immediate and ONLY logical choice: the R.F. didn’t do it.

    • Arrow on October 2, 2022 at 6:03 pm

      Sorry Babs. If they wanted to switch off the gas to Germany, all they had to do was use the valve. For one to consider that the RF would sabotage their own revenue stream is madness. Only (((they))) do that… just doing god’s work.

  3. Michael UK on September 27, 2022 at 4:00 am

    Here is an in depth anaylsis by the BBC News Security Correspondent of the possible nuclear consequences of the West’s shoving of Putin into a corner in Ukraine. It certainly doesn’t bode well for the future.

    • anakephalaiosis on September 28, 2022 at 4:21 am

      One needs VPN, and a BBC dummy account, to access this geoblocked content, that has no redeeming quality, being a love letter, to the most propped up NaziJew on the planet:

      Obviously, restricted access means, that BBC doesn’t want their internal sheep programming widely distributed abroad, as it is a laughing joke to epigenetic-antisemitic Scandinavians.

      Paddington, mounted in Wellington’s boots, stands no fighting chance, against the Fraggle Rock referendum, because Paddington can’t sing, and Jim Henson’s fraggles are more fun.

      Long live the Tzar!

  4. FiatLux on September 26, 2022 at 10:28 pm

    Crony c(r)apitalism at its best… How little has changed since Smedley Butler’s day!

  5. marcos toledo on September 26, 2022 at 8:05 pm

    What is the West buying these junk bonds with their money is legalized counterfeit, to begin with anyway?

    • Wu Wu on October 1, 2022 at 1:13 am

      The pact is, everyone buys everyone else’s crap bonds, no-one tells on anyone else, everyone pretends it’s reality, and then stuff just keeps on truckin’.

      • Wu Wu on October 1, 2022 at 1:15 am

        Always a problem with them Dilithiun Matrixes.

        Cap’n! I canna give you more power!

  6. DanaThomas on September 26, 2022 at 12:12 pm

    • Wu Wu on October 1, 2022 at 1:15 am

      Always a problem with them Dilithiun Matrixes.

      Cap’n! I canna give you more power!

  7. Robert Barricklow on September 26, 2022 at 11:26 am

    Remember the USSA’s leadership motto: Do as I say; not as I do.
    Two sets of books; for of laws for you to follow, or go to jail;
    and the other of crimes for us, to get away with.
    Remember also, the primary objective of USSA warfare is?
    War Profiteering!!!
    Remember Country Joe & the Fish?

    But, perhaps the movie Dr. Strangelove would be more to the point.
    As the USSA is surely looking like the puppet masters behind
    Clueless China Joe; are a slew of money profiteering, Dr. Strangeloves.

    • anakephalaiosis on September 27, 2022 at 2:50 am

      Country Joe & his Christ fish are a protest against imperial draft, based on only half of the narrative. The other half is Scythian, which was kept under the radar, from the beginning of the Gospel writing.

      The Scythians had gone a step further, inventing Odin’s sport, by weaponizing the Israelite compass worldview, which is summarized in Jim Henson’s words: “jump up, turn around, cross over”.

      The hippies found only a reminiscence in Indian yoga, because its original purpose of producing a Parthian shot had been lost in India, by design. The paradoxes are missing in modern Ashtanga Yoga.

      The dynamics of the “compass” is paradoxical:

  8. mirkogordan on September 26, 2022 at 11:09 am

    Very interesting. Searched about this in German and also in Croatian language. Found nothing. There are certain things we stupid European mustn’t know.(?)

    • mirkogordan on September 26, 2022 at 11:11 am

      EuropeanS. Sorry. haha

    • anakephalaiosis on September 27, 2022 at 1:53 am

      Every indigenous tongue is a realm of manipulation, and every language has its own social conditioning, with special triggering words, that herd the collective psyche.

      International gatekeepers adjust every national narrative individually, so that local sheeple will keep themselves confined, within their respective national worldviews.

      When national autism wears off, then culling begins, before general awareness reaches danger levels, and local stampede threatens the imperial model of distributed regions.

      The imperial spider, in the web of transnational mind control, has millenna of bureaucratic expertise, in the Assyro-Babylonian and Greco-Roman imperial succession. Today it’s called ClA.

  9. Michael UK on September 26, 2022 at 8:25 am

    I think Putin was referring to Crimea and eastern Ukraine. Expect Russia to place nuclear weapons in Crimea and eastern parts of the Ukraine like Donbas to ensure Mr Globalooney and his mates can’t stick their fingers and boots in!
    Looks like checkmate would soon follow!

    • TommiH on September 28, 2022 at 3:18 pm

      Russia will yet take Kharkiv, Odessa and the whole Novorossiya area. Will they stop after that? Maybe.

  10. anakephalaiosis on September 26, 2022 at 7:16 am

    Wall Street vultures are planning ahead, for a land run on redskin territory, as soon as big chief in Swampington declares peace treaty null and void.


    Gorgs want Wembley’s gas to plunder,
    and tear Fraggle Rock asunder,
    because British empire
    has great desire,
    in Russia to divide and conquer.

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