Most regular readers of this website are familiar with my hypothesis that there's been a quiet sort of economic war between the Anglo-Sphere globaloneyists, and Germany. I came to this conclusion shortly after 9/11 when it was revealed that Deutschebank, among others was heavily involved in heavy put trading prior to the 9/11 attack, and it became even clearer when Brexit occurred, when one of the main, and un-reported-upon, targets was to prevent the European Union, a.k.a. Germany, from gaining influence and control of the British tax haven structure. And along the way, of course, we had the Panama Papers scandal and Mossack-Fonseca, the strange German-Panamanian firm with all sorts of even stranger ties... ties, and a scandal, which in my opinion have never been fully plumbed.

Let's be honest: since the end of World War Two, while the military hostilities are over, the financial and political ones never really ceased if one looks at things a certain way. It was after all the globaloneyist mandarin and vowel-less  Zbigniew Brznsk, as we like to call him here, who pointed out in his book The Grand Chessboard that the NATO organization and alliance was as much about the containment of Germany as it was about the containment of the Soviet Union. If you've been asking yourself why NATO didn't disappear after the collapse of the Soviet Union, that's why. It's intriguing to note that Europe's other major continental power, France, withdrew from NATO under President de Gaulle, who had the foresight and honesty to detect the odor of a developing American hegemon when he smelled it, and that France re-entered NATO after the collapse of the Soviet Union. Reason? Again: contain Germany.

And that, indeed, is what I really suspect is behind the Nordstream pipeline attacks, especially since Mad Madam Merkel committed national suicide by shutting down the German coal-based electrical plants, and Germany's considerable nuclear power industry, and this story spotted by V.T. makes the same point, and if you do not think that, I have a slightly damaged bridge in the Kerch straits for sale, cheap:

Former Pentagon Advisor Says US Likely Attacked Nord Stream Pipelines To Isolate Germany

The article cites Colonel Douglas MacGregor, one time advisor to President Trump, on what he thinks is going on:

However, citing reports that more than 500 kg of TNT had been detected in both explosions, the former Pentagon advisor suggested only the United States and British Royal Navy had the capability to pull off the attack.

“Then you have to look at who are the state actors that have the capability to do this. And that means the Royal Navy, the United States Navy Special Operations,” said Macgregor.

“I think that’s pretty clear. We know that thousands of pounds of TNT were used because these pipelines are enormously robust. You have several inches of concrete around various metal alloys to move the natural gas. So it’s not something that you could simply drop a grenade down at the end of a fish line and disrupt. That means it takes a certain amount of sophistication,” he added.

Macgregor suggested that the motive behind the attacks was to prevent Germany from bailing on the Ukraine war after Berlin began “to give the impression that they were no longer going to go along with this proxy war in Ukraine.”

“I’m hesitant to say ‘we know it must have been Washington’. I can’t say that because we just don’t know. But it’s very clear that we have foreclosed Berlin’s options. Berlin was drifting away from this alliance. [Chancellor] Olaf Scholz said ‘I’m not sending any more equipment, I won’t send any tanks’. Now he’s in a bind because the United States has simply robbed him of the option of bailing out. Who’s going to supply him gas and oil and coal and everything else if he bails out? Where does he turn now? And remember, the Germans, who are facing terrible consequences at home refuse to restart nuclear power plants,” the former official said.

As we previously reported, the CIA warned Germany of potential attacks on gas pipelines in the Baltic Sea weeks before Nord Stream 1 and 2 were targeted.

Both Joe Biden and Undersecretary of State for Political Affairs Victoria Nuland asserted that Nord Stream 2 wouldn’t be allowed to operate if Russia attacked Ukraine.

There you have it, and I tend to concur: the attack was directed as much against Germany as against Russia, and thanks to Mad Madam Merkel's nutty energy policies, Germany has no short-to-mid-term wiggle room for its energy needs, other than to attempt to restart the coal plants, and fire up the nukes, once again, and in the meantime, buy electricity from France and liquid natural gas from the USA. A difficult proposition, to say the least, for Chancellor Scholz's coalition government, which includes the always-nutty greens.

Why? Well, put yourself in the shoes of Mr. Globaloney. Like it or not, due to his own equally nutty and equally Merkelesque policies, Mr. Globaloney's two bases of power, the USA and the UK, don't manufacture much any more. The manufacturing powerhouses of the West remain Germany, and - rather oddly - Japan. The last thing you want is a rapprochment of German manufacturing and technological expertise fueled by a secure energy supply and open market for finished goods in Russia. Incidentally, this type of thinking might also rationalize the ultimate reasons behind former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's assassination, for Abe, it will be recalled, was negotiating openly with Mr. Putin, and the outlines of those negotiations - Japanese capital and technology for Russian energy supplies and markets - was clear for all to see...

A Russo-German-Japanese bloc?

To the geopoliticians in Swampington DC and Bankster Central in London, this remains the "unthinkable and impermissible" option since it was first brought to the world's attention by Sir Halford Mackinder in the later nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Above all, prevent a Russo-German alliance, and get Japan firmly "wired in".

But in watching the strangeness unfolding in the Ukraine, and blown up bridges and pipelines, that war just became a lot more serious, and a new player with many old scores to settle has entered the scene: Poland. The article mentions an old acquaintance of mine from Oxford days - former Polish defense minister Radek Sikorski - but does not mention his quiet acquaintanceship with the very Zbigniew Brzznsk who made it a point to remind everyone that NATO was as much about Germany as it was about the Soviet Union. Poland of course suffered mightily during the Second World War. We tend to forget, however, that no sooner had Poland been reconstituted after the First World War that it took almost immediate advantage of the Russian Civil war to expand its borders eastward, to the very gates of Kiev itself, before its forces were turned by the Soviets and driven back to Warsaw. That's a long story, and I won't rehearse it here.

My point is, Poland is feeling its oats once again just as it once did under Marshal Pilsudski. It is demanding reparations from an already strapped Germany, while it eggs on the Ukraine, cheers the USA for ending the pipeline, while in turn it receives its own pipeline from Norway, invites American troops to its soil as a guarantee against Russia, and becomes a transhipment point for western loot and arms flowing to (and probably from) the Ukraine.

It might be the opportune time to remind the mandarins in Warsaw that the last time they had guarantees from the West, and were putting pressure on Germany, that it didn't end very well... The Germans, and the Russians, worked out their differences anyway, and there was nothing London or Warsaw could do about it. It would be a national suicide for the Germans to keep electing leaders like Scholz and Merkel, and their loony dalliances with the Greens in Government.  It would be an even greater national suicide for Poland to keep poking the Russian bear and the German cat...

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. AnastasioPicapuente on October 19, 2022 at 8:17 pm

    Hello Yankees ;]
    Am here for the first time, and only by chance here because I had searched the terms ‘obama in bariloche ‘, and wondered what the hell is he doing just there, where so many descendants of German immigrants live?
    Well, Mr. Farrell has probably found the answer in the corresponding post on the subject.

    On the subject in THIS post: I’m glad you “Amis” (that’s what we call you in Ancient 4000 years old Yuropp Germany *g*) are concerned with our country. Because otherwise we think, you deal mainly only with yourselves, all other countries are indifferent to you. But since our country is foreign-controlled for 77 years, because we are not sovereign, you can probably think that we have the snout full of your occupation, as once the Indians of you, and you, the Australians and Canadians of the British.
    And that’s exactly where the Nordstream thing fits in:
    We the people want to get along with the Russians, and need their oil, gas, and coal. Our U.S.-owned satrap government, however, is constantly provoking and insulting the Russians, just like the EUSSR, our centralist, hated, communist-globalist, anti-citizen central dictatorship, as Orwell foresaw it. And that for buying instead the much more expensive fracking gas from you, that causes so much damage.
    So we have high tensions here, not only because of that, but because of the so transparent NWO agenda they want to push on us, together with forced culturalmarxism and massinmigration of non-compatible muslims with such a massive criminality they brought here in to destroy our culture, identity and roots. But the resistance is growing strongly, and our Alternative Media has raised so much just like in your country, which is also ruled by an illegitimate company… you don’t have any real representatives in Washington D.C., at most in some of your states which hopefully will rebel and break away. So we must fight together against the cabal that is destroying us all. And for real freedom, independence, grassroots democracy and sovereignty. After all, we’re not on this earth to dance to the tune of cold, cruel ego-canaillas, right?

    Greetings from Germany, which unfortunately will face the Russians directly in World War 3 from 2023, as hundreds of prophecies have correctly predicted and described since centuries. A big bloodshed is awaiting us; the Russians will come over night in a fast Blitzkrieg with Millions, invading North-, South-, Centraleurope within weeks, and Near East too, for occupying the oilfields and obstacle Israel to use its nuclear weapons. In the meantime the Chinese and Northcoreans will attack your West, beginning with Hawaii and the other US-pacific Isles …


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  2. eddyminimum on October 15, 2022 at 10:09 pm

    Thanks for laying that down. Very helpful.

  3. marcos toledo on October 15, 2022 at 12:00 am

    The problem is with the Viking victory in 1066 AD the Normans being French for Northman and the German Chiefdoms running Europe west of Russia why should anyone be surprised at Lonny Show? And these dingbats are going to do a planetary Samson and take the rest of the World to HELL with them.

  4. Robert Barricklow on October 14, 2022 at 6:38 pm

    I hear Merkle is up for the American Freedom award.
    Of course China and Russia want to give her high accolade medals as well.
    It’s just Germany; that should award her a treasonable sentence, or two?
    But, internationalist, probably think nationalistic medals; are as quaint as citizenship.

    But really, in WW1; the financial capitalism side won.
    In WWII; that side won again.
    But, did financial capitalism monetize the throwing in of the towel?
    No way in hell.
    Those AXIS powers: Germany & Japan, just acquired another capitalist.
    Ironically, the real capitalist are fighting against
    an international financial criminal collective syndicate.

    Poland looks to monetize its bet again; on financial capitalism to win.
    Or, will industrial capitalism win by building, not destroying.

    (Poland may soon have those vulture financiers fighting over its corpse.
    You see, they’re parasites[financial capitalist], and require hosts.)

    • eddyminimum on October 15, 2022 at 10:10 pm

      “Ironically, the real capitalist are fighting against
      an international financial criminal collective syndicate.”

      Nice. Well put.

  5. Apeiron on October 14, 2022 at 3:17 pm

    So (why) is US Empire searching to destroy EU when EU is already basically a vassal?

    Since the US Empire has obviously become “non-agreement-capable” and as much obviously undermining continental-European interests, why don’t the EU-Germany (and/or France) turn their backs on UK-US and find some agreement with Russia? That is to say, what leverage does the UK-US coalition have on Germany-EU?

    And how can they let Poland play its game (specially since Poland is getting a lot of money from the EU, not to speak about other conflicts)? And on top of that the ruling EU elite seems to seek ever more internal conflicts (against Poland, but also Hungary or so).

    An explanation (in my opinion too simplistic) would be that the EU elite is controlled by UK-US: but then they would be better advised not to push EU into ever more conflicts and final collapse, for that surely will play into Russia’s (if not Chinese) hands!

  6. ragiza on October 14, 2022 at 12:11 pm

    Recent events support life after death. Mackinder died in 1947, but he’s recently very much alive in what’s going on with the “World Island”.

    Germany has displayed an almost weird level of incompetence in what Merkel and the other ladies were allowed to do to German energy and military readiness. The country is in a near helpless condition.

    Russia has displayed that while it has a military, it has so far used it with a level of fumbling reminiscent of the two world wars. Russian leadership apparently thought the Ukranians were not going to put up much of a fight over them re-taking previous Russian regions.

    The US/UK Mackinderites have succeeded in getting Russia to scare and anger all the states on the European peninsula. Apparently, they’re not worried much about Russia and China being driven together.

    Russia and China both have serious demographic problems and I wonder if that is why this campaign is occurring now. And I think “campaign” is the right word.

    • Richard on October 15, 2022 at 8:05 pm

      In one’s view, that reference to that Russo-Sino demographic dilemma is not far off the mark. It’s a whopping big problem for both.

      Halford Mackinder’s outlook on that [superiority of the Eurasian continent vs the rest of the subservient world view] might have been different had he known how far those Mandarin characteristics of the Party of the east by going west would have evolved towards today. Fortunately, he lived during a different period with the influence of the Victorian era. Makes one wonder how his newly established Geography and his take on that conception of the globe as divided into two parts — “the superior Eurasian “heartland” and the inferior rest of the world,” as he put it, might have turned out.

      The hegemonic mania of one individual is one thing, one reckons he didn’t see the dragons learning and looming further east on that continent. Not to exclude the Hindi influence of the East Indian subcontinent as it now stands

  7. ats on October 14, 2022 at 11:49 am

    Excellent analysis once again. Thank you.

  8. anakephalaiosis on October 14, 2022 at 9:54 am

    The logical gaslight solution is to create a gas corridor, by taking the Polish potato head, and slice it, from Gdansk to Krakow, and then call the two slices: Gasland West and Gasland East.

    If Poles don’t like it, then send them to Siberia, to cool off.

  9. jjh1955 on October 14, 2022 at 9:11 am

    Russia is the only way to save Europe! Merkel sends 3 warnings to Europe and America

    Europe is waking up to the fact that their real enemy is not Russia but the US and UK. They also realize that the US and UK wants to push total war in Europe and it is they that will be destroyed. Better late than never I guess. As Merkel realizes, if Russia is pushed far enough they will respond with nuclear weapons and the idea from western leaders that Russia will simply roll over with out using nukes is living in an alternate reality. China, Iran, North Korea and many more are all watching knowing its Russia falls they are next and they will not let that happen without a full scale world war which the forecasts from AE is post 2024. The west loses by the way.

    “Former German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who has been in power for 16 years, made a rare appearance at the Kohl Foundation in Berlin, Germany. Merkel hopes to take this opportunity to give Europe a few words of advice. The first point is that what Putin says should be really listened to, don’t take it seriously, or the consequences will be very serious! It can be said that in a group of European leaders, Merkel is the most understanding Putin, the two have dealt with too much. When the West thinks that Putin is just playing it cool and bluffing, Merkel understands that Putin is not joking but coming true! The four eastern states of Ukraine have already been designated as the territory of the Russian Federation, and 300,000 troops have been mobilized to the city. What is the attitude of the United States and Europe in the face of Putin’s breakthrough? Ukrainian President Zelensky said that Russia will not use nuclear weapons because the United States and Europe will stop Russia; U.S. Secretary of State Blinken let it be known that as long as Russia dares to use nuclear weapons, the United States will make a very terrible countermeasure. On the frontline battlefield, Ukrainian armed forces are still on the offensive and have now gradually surrounded some cities in Donetsk region, striking and cutting off Russian supply lines; two gas pipelines in Nord Stream were severely damaged during the same period, and the last buffer zone between Russia and Europe was cut off. “We will certainly use all the weapons available to us”, Putin said in his speech to the nation! Did the United States and Europe listen? Apparently not, otherwise they would not have repeatedly tested Russia’s bottom line and challenged Putin’s red line. In this regard, Merkel had to warn Europe again and warn the United States. The second point is to give Russia some leeway, but also to Europe, to the world to leave some leeway. At the beginning of the Russian-Ukrainian conflict, I was impressed by a statement from the Chinese Foreign Ministry, something along the lines of “Has NATO ever thought about the consequences of pushing a world power into a desperate situation”? Now it seems that China has hit the nail on the head, the United States and NATO have not thought about this. What is the United States thinking about? The U.S. is thinking about how it can bring Russia to its knees! But the reality can do it? Can the U.S. simply make Russia as a country disappear from the world? The U.S. is driving Russia into extinction while driving itself, Europe, and the world into extinction! Putin has long made it clear that “without Russia, what does the world need”? I think the United States understands this implication. The last point, don’t just look at the present, but also look at the future. We have just said that it is not realistic for Russia to disappear from the world, so what happens next? Even if Russia and Ukraine finally stop fighting, how is the West going to develop relations with Russia? How does the United States intend to treat Russia? The skin has been torn, in today’s globalization, who can do the same old thing?”

  10. Michael UK on October 14, 2022 at 8:28 am

    There is a lot of smoke and mirrors with the attacks on Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines.
    This report details the means by which it oculd have been conducted. However, other countires including the USA and UK also had the means and motive to attack the pipelines.
    Regardless of who was the culprit, the War in Ukraine has entered a far more dangerous hybrid phase and a shadow war is underway (similar to Iran v Israel shipping in the Red Sea, Med and Gulf).

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