Happy Halloween everyone... may we have many more...! I say that, because it's becoming a dodgy proposition.

Why do I say that? Well...

...thanks to K.M. for spotting and sharing this one, because it's confirmation of something I've been warning about for years, namely, the more the USSA throws its reserve currency weight around, and starts endless "small" wars, and more lately, talks about nuclear war, the more promises to other powers that it breaks - such as the one made to Mikhail Gorbachev as the Soviet Union was collapsing that in return for the reunification of Germany, the USSA would not move the borders of NATO eastward (think the Ukraine) nor station any NATO or American troops in the former Warsaw pact nations- the more it breaks promises it has no intention of keeping (the American Indians know something of this history) the more it becomes a pariah government which no one will ever trust again, and that's quite a proposition for such a short national history. I know I know... the whole proposition sounds like what my mother used to call a "knee slapper," something so hilariously not true it makes you wonder why anyone would ever believe it.

But anyway, back to my "main point de jour": the USSA has been hell-bent (note the diabolical reference) on establishing its own global, worldwide, unipolar hegemony since the end of the Soviet Union, and making everyone else cow-tow to the will of increasingly zanily insane Swampington DC uni-party, that even our allies are thinking twice about being our ally, and that includes our oldest ally, France, without which we wouldn't even be a country, thank you Admiral Francois Joseph Paul Comte de Grasse.  The hegemony of the uni-party wokery dominating American culture, which appears to want to make childhood transgender surgery some sort of human right, is probably not going to play too well in Paris, Berlin, Rome, Madrid, and probably even less well in Buda-pest, Warsaw, Moscow, Cairo, Tel Aviv, Tehran, New Dehli, Tokyo, Beijing, Taipei (inhale) Buenos Aires, Brasilia, Santiago, Algiers, Tripoli, ... well... you get the idea.  Threatening to rain bombs down on people not willing to cow-tow to American wokery is not helping matters either, and constantly binding nations into a dollar-lined cage isn't helping.

In the midst of this, I've been warning for some time that pariah status is where the sclerotic leadership class of the USSA is leading us, and it appears to be happening according to this article that K.M. sent along:

Scholz and Macron threaten trade retaliation against Biden

Now, we've seen such empty threats from Europe's "big two" before, and there's more reason for the present moment not to take M. Macron and Herr Scholz too seriously, not the least of which is the rising tide of opposition to their whole globalooneyist schemes within their own countries. But the more serious reason not to take them too seriously is that Germany's military was gutted by die verrueckte Frau Merkel and her lap-poodle-in-chief and former minister of defenselessness, Ursula "Lyin'" von der Leyen. These two wretched verrueckte Frauen also  managed to completely gut Germany's nuclear and coal power industry leaving that country reliant on France for protection, and power, but the only one happy about this arrangement is probably Cardinal Richelieu. And France has signaled it is not willing to go to war over the Ukraine. It isn't even mildly interested.

So the bottom line is, for the moment, Europe is undeniably weak vis a vis Swampington DC, the euro is a tatters, there is no "European" military, and Germany's power industry, economy, and military are a wreck.  If you're in Europe, and reading this, you can thank the globaloneyist governments for the mess.  There's nothing for the short or mid-term that Germany, France, or Europe can do about it. Nichts, nada, nothing.

But something tells me there's more to this latest round of Euro-plaining (European complaining) than the ordinary pattern we've become accustomed to seeing, just as I suspected there was much more afoot in the former and late Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's negotiations with the Russians than met the eye.

In a nutshell, if you were any self-respecting leader of a European nation, and especially one of the European powers, would you look at the USSA as an ally that not only you trust but respect? Would you want to turn your future little Frenchman, or German, or Dutchman, or Italian, or Spaniard, or Hungarian, over to a country where some political leadership thinks it's entirely ok to perform sex change surgery on minors, and views it as a human right, to a country where such views, while still a minority, are nevertheless widespread enough to be mouthed by some in leadership positions?  Would you want to rely on a military where similar doctrines were being forced on its soldiers, sailors, and airmen recruits?

My point is just this: without a dramatic, and deep seated course change in the USSA, one that will outlive the merely four-to-eight year reprieve from the nonsense that American elections occasionally bring, and swing the culture back to some sort of genuine humanity and rationality, would you want to be our ally? or would you be thinking, like the late Shinzo Abe, and now apparently Emanuel Macron and Olaf Scholz, that maybe, just maybe, the old alliance is not working out as billed, and that it's time for some basic reassessment and fundamental readjustment?

My bet is, that just like they concluded a few years ago in Moscow, that they've just privately concluded the same thing at the Elysee Palace and the Bundeskanzlei:

America is "not-agreement-capable", and as for trading with it, what, exactly, does it make and have to offer?

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. Michael UK on November 6, 2022 at 3:28 am

    Olaf Scholz has just returned from a quick visit to China and talks with President Xi Jinping. It has upset his counterparts in Europe including President Macron.

  2. Danse on November 4, 2022 at 8:21 am

    US’ speedy transfer of nukes to Europe gets world closer to catastrophe

    POLITICO reports that, according to a US diplomatic cable, the sending of upgraded B61-12 air-dropped thermonuclear gravity bombs to Europe, formerly scheduled for next spring, is now planned for this December.

    American officials told this to their NATO allies in a closed-door meeting in Brussels last month. The new version is designed so that American and European fighter aircraft and bomber planes may carry the nuclear weapon. The move is part of a policy of replacing older weapons with newer versions at several NATO storage facilities in the continent.

    The aforementioned meeting took place only days before the Alliance launched its Steadfast Noon annual nuclear exercise, which ended on October 30. On October 26, Moscow in turn held nuclear drills simulating a massive nuclear strike in retaliation for a nuclear attack on the country. (…)

  3. eddyminimum on November 1, 2022 at 1:18 pm

    It’s inevitable. The USSA will be sanctioned by the rest of the world. Stop accepting, or even reduce, what the US manufacturers. Energy and FRN I would estimate are the most important. Energy will decline on-its-own due to rapid depletion rates for fracking output. That leaves the FRN. And it is, in my opinion, just the FRN. It’s no longer the petrodollar.

    Before 1971 the FRN was redeemable in gold (by nations). From 1973 to 2022 it was tied to oil. Those in-between years it was chaoticly untethered. That’s where we are now. A naked FRN without its oleaginous cost of arms.

    If this is correct, then the destruction of the FRN will be exponentially rapid. The petrodoller will not take years to unwind – it no longer exists.

    • eddyminimum on November 1, 2022 at 1:20 pm

      …coat of arms?

  4. Nidster - on October 31, 2022 at 11:12 pm

    “What, exactly, does it [America] make, and have to offer?

    Oh wait, except when Trump was POTUS.

  5. Richard on October 31, 2022 at 8:36 pm

    . . . . “Scholz and Macron threaten trade retaliation against Biden?/? . . . . Indeed, “What exactly does Biden manufacture and trade to be sanctioned?”

    As a Constitutional Republic and with representative governance there are limits to how far that gesture of imposing sanctions on [Biden] will be effective from European nonconfidence frame of reference. It implies a great deal in diplomat talk if not high-strung rhetoric to gain attentiveness of a certain administration that seems to be steadily diminishing. The clock is ticking on that score. Talk is cheap and wasted on what this current charade suggests. Sanction away, it probably won’t matter to the majority anyway. Biden, Putin, the Party of the east by going west, and the European central, no doubt, have a stash within reach but it too has limits of influence becoming ever more exposed as this spectacle lingers on.

  6. marcos toledo on October 31, 2022 at 8:35 pm

    The big question is who are the puppet masters running this demonic circus and what is their endgame?

  7. Zorost on October 31, 2022 at 8:13 pm

    This assumes those statements are legit. I’ve been wondering whether Biden’s plea to SA for more oil was real or part of a head fake. No way that SA doesn’t realize that not playing ball with the US will lead to the US suddenly realizing SA is a monarchy which needs to be bombed into the peace of Democracy.

    More chaos means prices go up, as do profits of those with insider connections. Or perhaps some subrosa meetings between other nations who are tired of the US being the sole hegemon.

  8. Danse on October 31, 2022 at 1:22 pm

    Seen from France :

    >Marine Le Pen has demanded recently that the US pay for the deliberate damage they cause to France’s economy.

    >Poland, the big US asset in the EU that seems to be set to replace Germany in the deep state’s eye, has just ordered a nuclear power plant from the US instead of France.

    >Marine le Pen’s party has voted together with the “left” a “motion de censure” against the “government” who passed a new dictator law (retirement delayed at 65 yo) without any approval by the reps. The “motion de censure” aimed at either making Macron get off his stolen seat or forcing him to call a new election of the Chambre des députés.
    If you have watched the short, dry and clear speach of Le Pen saying “we are not afraid of new legislative elections” to the so-called prime minister and another puppet of this fake government, you have seen the fear in their eyes.

    >If Marine Le Pen has an accident, think Gladio. If something bad happens to Germany, think Ramstein military base. And of course Britain and Israel. The “Anglo-Saxionists”.

    • Danse on October 31, 2022 at 1:37 pm

      The “motion de censure” failed because of 50 missing votes : the votes of the fake “right” of our uniparty system gone a bit more multiparty since the last elections that turned the fake presidential party into a minority (the legislative elections are much more difficult to rigg than the presidential ones).

  9. Michael UK on October 31, 2022 at 12:25 pm

    The European military is primarily NATO. The UK and France still possess substantial military independence due to their strong colonial history and ties across the world. Both have long established and highly effective intelligence agencies.
    It would probably be much more insightful to focus on the all knowing, all seeing and all powerful military industrial complex, rather than the weak and chaotic governments of Europe, UK and USA.

  10. Robert Barricklow on October 31, 2022 at 11:38 am

    Is this a sign the Republicans, may be running things in the near future?
    [forming frame from headline].

    Everyday is Halloween, w/these these “globalists” monsters
    and criminal insane “globalized” puppet leaders.

    “When you invent a ship, you also invent a shipwreck”.
    When the USSA weaponizes the world’s currency, they also invented…?

    When the USSA became “non-agreement capable”, they also invented…?

    When the USSA weaponizes “woke, they also invented…?

    When the USSA weaponizes her own policies;
    to bring down her own Nation State, they also invent…?

    When the globalist EU weaponizes her own policies;
    to bring down her own government, they also invent…?

    And, Cui Bono?

    I mean they are purposes engineering a “globalized” crisis.
    Of opportunity?
    And who may this/these insane wanna be God[s] be?

    Because, people are catching on; and some of them
    are even in positions to do something about “globalization”.

  11. anakephalaiosis on October 31, 2022 at 9:36 am

    Alex Jones’ vitamins are very popular in Europe. I’ve got stockpiles. Texas silver bullets are sold out, because of Halloween.

    The reason, why Swampington won’t fly in Europe, is because of his notorious Apotheosis, and therefore his secret Catholicism.

    France and Germany are tactical middle grounds, between Protestant north and Catholic south, and White House is a papal toe-kisser.

    We ain’t no toe-kissers in the heathen north. Death come first!

    • anakephalaiosis on October 31, 2022 at 10:22 am

      BTW, the Ukrainian borderland is another middle ground, with papal infiltration, and the ongoing war is a papal crusade against heathens.

      Britain is secretly a papal stronghold, and historically a controlled opposition, that joins forces with the USA, as the strong arm of the papacy.

      The USA’s reoccupation of Iceland is a Catholic expansion into Scandinavia, and that is why Odin joins forces with Russia, against Swampington.

      Odin is Adon/Adonai, representing Elohim-Yahweh, which King James’ translation got wrong.

  12. Bizantura on October 31, 2022 at 5:31 am

    And with what are those numbskulls going to sanction with? Not importing USSA stuff, yeah right that will help the citizens of the European communist Poodles of Amercunt!

    • anakephalaiosis on October 31, 2022 at 8:14 am

      There is a paradox, regarding comme il faut. It is a voluntary restraint, and yet it can also be used as a noose.

      If Europeans decide to hang Yankee-Doodle in his own folly, there is nothing that can prevent that.

      Comme il faut is the voluntary restraint, that Russians refer to, as being agreement capable.

      Americans are being set up in Europe, to be the fall guy. In Denmark there is a saying: let the pig dance.

      • Michael Larsen on November 3, 2022 at 6:47 pm

        To be or not be free is a rotten phrase in the state of Denmark – maybe the 2. Mink Dynasty is about to come after the election here ?

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