In case you haven't noticed, the American empire seems to be falling apart faster than a structure of Tinker Toys and Lincoln Logs.  Much of that has to do with the misadministration of Bai Den Jo, but much with the corruption of the American bureaucracies, the enstupidation of the broader Amairikuhn "culture" and its edgymakayshunal institutions, and much of it with the previous administrations.  If one graphs the enstupidation factors of previous administrations - and leaving out the Wilson and FDR episodes for convenience - one notices a distinct uptick beginning with Lyndon "the Baines" Johnson, and gradually increasing until it begins to approach the asymptotic limits under Bush the Stupid, Barack O'Bummer, and now Bai Den Jo, whose family resemblance to the Chinese Politburo is palpable and whose mumbling mangled English sounds increasingly like Mandarin.

Then there's Europe. Don't get me wrong. Europe has always been a mess, but over the past decade and a half we've seen the likes of Nicholas Sarkozy, Francois Hollande, and now Macron, a succession of non-entities in 10 Downing Street (really, the last one of any stature - love her or hate her - being Margaret Thatcher), and of course the presider over the dismantling of the German military, German sovereignty, and pretty much anything uniquely German in Europe or European in Germany, Mad Madame Merkel, whose faithful lap-poodle Lyin' Ursula von der Leyen now presides over the mess called the Europaische(r/s) Gruppenzusammenkommendungunarmungszweisamkeitsliebesfestbruderundschwesterngesellschaft (gotta be gender inclusive, even in German)  . 

The thing about the current European mess that makes it unique is that the mess cannot be blamed entirely on Europe or its Cast of Usual Players (France, Italy, Spain, Germany, Britain) but rather upon the swamp creatures across the Atlantic, who are largely responsible for the current mess, up to and including the mess in the Ukraine.  (To show you just how bad a mess it is, it's making Austria-Hungary look like a well-oiled machine.)

So, the insanity in the Bundeskanzlei has been downgraded from Merkel Madness to the Scholz Shuffle, and interestingly enough, Herr Scholz's recent trip to Beijing may have been less about Beijing and more about Moscow, and the growing realization that it's  not a good idea to increase tensions with the latter without a sanction-proof economy, and things like the Kaiserreichsheer or the Wehrmacht in one's hands to level the playing field a bit (article courtesy of W.G.):

The article, you'll  note, turns on the more-than-coincidental resemblance between Swampington DC and the mediaeval Papacy:

A clause in the Papal Dictates provided the Pope with the authority to excommunicate whomever was “not at peace with the Roman Church.” Hudson sharply notes how US sanctions are the modern equivalent of excommunication.

The article conveniently misdates the third ecumenical council(it was 431 and not 435), and ignores the fact that the fourth ecumenical council (Chalcedon, 451) granted "equal privileges" to Constantinople, which never resulted in a "papal" system in the east, until very recently and the neo-papal claims of Constantinople vis-a-vis the Russian and American churches. But I digress.

The basic point remains true, and there for all to see: join Swampington's cult, adopt and agree with all tenets of its narrative, or suffer the consequences.

And oddly enough, it may be Germany that - once again - launches the Reformation, for behind all the Europosturing bluster, German businessmen have a different agenda in mind than the self-immolation of their country:

Solid German business sources completely contradict the “message” delivered by the German Council on Foreign Relations on the trip to China.

According to these sources, the Scholz caravan went to Beijing to essentially lay down the preparatory steps for working out a peace deal with Russia, with China as privileged messenger.

This is – literally – as explosive, geopolitically and geoeconomically, as it gets. As I pointed out in one of my previous columns, Berlin and Moscow were keeping a secret communication back channel – via business interlocutors – right to the minute the usual suspects, in desperation, decided to blow up the Nord Streams.

Cue to the now notorious SMS from Liz Truss’s iPhone to Little Tony Blinken, one minute after the explosions: “It’s done.”

There’s more: the Scholz caravan may be trying to start a long and convoluted process of eventually replacing the US with China as a key ally. One should never forget that the top BRI trade/connectivity terminal in the EU is Germany (the Ruhr valley).

According to one of the sources, “if this effort is successful, then Germany, China and Russia can ally themselves together and drive the US out of Europe.”

Another source provided the cherry on the cake: “Olaf Scholz is being accompanied on this trip by German industrialists who actually control Germany and are not going to sit back watching themselves being destroyed.”

Moscow knows very well what the imperial aim is when it comes to the EU reduced to the role of totally dominated – and deindustrialized – vassal, exercising zero sovereignty. The back channels after all are not lying in tatters on the bottom of the Baltic Sea. Additionally, China has not provided any hint that its massive trade with Germany and the EU is about to vanish.

And with that key word - de-industrialization - we have what may be the hidden key to this whole European mess, and Swampington's role in it. For years I've been warning that there is a quiet but very real economic war taking place between Berlin and Swampington. The USA would like nothing better than if its two biggest competitors in the West - Japan and Germany - would follow the globalist path of de-industrialization, but neither country seems interested. Indeed, as one regular reader of this website put it to me, the pressure on Europe that the USA is exerting seems to be as much about Germany as it is about the Ukraine, and the target seems to be German industry. We're watching, in other words, a "Morgenthau Plan", version 2.0 all over again. Morgenthau was, of course, Roosevelt's Secretary of the Treasury who drew up that outrageous plan for post-World-War II Germany which would have split the country into three countries, and de-industrialized all of them (and thus caused rampant genocidal-level death rates).  If you've ever wanted to know why the Wehrmacht fought tooth-and-nail until the very day of its surrender and maintained its grizzly efficiency in the face of overwhelming Allied and Soviet material superiority, it's because Dr. Geobbels obtained a copy of the crazy plan, and publicized it throughout Germany: people threatened with complete extinction have a tendency to fight.

Morgenthau's plan was, thankfully, abandoned after the war, but not for any altruistic reason. Simply put, the western allies needed Germany to face the Soviet colossus.

Note that, because Russia is no longer a Soviet colossus, and whatever one may believe about it, does not really have any designs on Europe. So now Swampington has decided that it's finally time to bury the German manufacturing base...

... and the Germans are saying Nein!

This is not a development that will be concluded in a summit or two.  It, like Shinzo Abe's diplomatic initiatives with the Russians, will be a long term development, and will survive the current occupant of the Bundeskanzlei.

What won't survive is the current system of alliances, not unless Swampington has a sharp, and long term, change of course. And if you were the Germans, or for that matter, the other European powers, you'd want to see a long-term commitment before making nice-nice with the USSA again.

Don't count on that happening any time soon, because as I've also been warning for some time, at the rate the USSA is going with its off-the-charts military and geopolitical insanity, soon its only allies will be countries like Andorra, Monaco, Lichtenstein, or San Marino.

Meanwhile, it's only a matter of time before the second German Reformation.

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. Zorost on November 11, 2022 at 9:43 pm

    I don’t think FJB’s faction of the deep state cares much for keeping the empire running.
    I’m predicting increased signaling of the need to get rid of FJB. If his faction doesn’t take the hint, radical action might be needed on their part to ensure a more pliant “leader” in the presidency by 2024. Then I’d predict steps get taken to shore up the Empire. Like suddenly realizing Saudi Arabia is a theocratic monarchy desperately in need of some Sacred Democracy, no matter the cost in American lives and treasure.

    Interesting times ahead. I hope everyone has been organizing and politicking at a local level to weather the storm.

  2. Richard on November 11, 2022 at 12:16 am

    In one’s view, it seems a desperate move by Chancellor Scholz, but not when one takes into consideration the hegemonic strategies of the Party of the east by going west. Docile, they are not.

    Talk of the Papacy and Roman Empire is one thing to reckon with, but to leave out the days of the Khan of early Sino rule of much of that central steppe & eastern and southeastern Asian continent would be a huge mistake and short-sightedness with a myopic point of view. Today’s ruling class, the Party, draws much of its history from their ancient past when the Mongol dynasty, renamed Yuan in 1271, began setting up a Chinese-style administration that featuring a centralized bureaucracy to include political subdivisions, and a taxation system. Yuan was the first dynasty to make Beijing, called Dadu by the Yuan then, its capital, moving it there from Karakorum, in Mongolia then, in 1267. The “Yuan” is better known as China’s currency today, but it has very much of their past hidden in symbology on it, a reminder of origins and complex beginnings made easy. Not unlike other known currencies.

    The [centralized bureaucracy], in the likeness of communist Russia, fits well with the current mindset of the Party regime in power. With a few tweaks and Chinese characteristics, you have the Party of the east by going west, one often refers to.

    If it were not for the corporeal transition of the Great Khan long ago it is thought that those Mongol folks might have gone all the way to the Atlantic seaboard of today’s Europe. Veneration of the passing were very important then as they are today.

    From Yuan to Han Dynasty was never an easy Sinicization (non-Han Chinese coming under the influence of the Han Chinese), if at all, as there seems to be rivalry still. Just as turning those remaining Yuan into submissive followers of the Han Dynastic class, there are ambitions of turning the world Chinese under the Han Dynasty ruled from Beijing.

    There are some folks who think that that is the present goal of the Party in power, to use “Unrestricted Warfare,” without firing munitions to achieve that end by 2049, or before. The Party of the east by going west, is not just a military industrial complex in progress but a military civil fusion industrial complex bent on achieving hegemonic ends, more so now than ever before. But can their ambitions bear fruit? Will the rest of the world citizenry follow along?

    Chancellor Scholz can see full well what exists east of his position and note the build up of arms through that military fusion concept. So, can President Putin. As for the industrialists of the democracies, they’re ambitious, too, but for profits. Holding onto those profits may take more than a Ferengi like swindle when under dynastic Han rule. They’re finding that out now. They all need to be more wary of those approaching Yuan hordes, then the unsuspecting folks of the ancient steppe lands. The current Party will take it all if appeased now. The US is not a lost cause as some mistakenly make it out to be. Just a few misguided folk within it.

    Europe and Asia have their concerns alright and they’re not all from the eastern seaboard of the US or from corporate America.

    There seems to be a lot of behind-the-scenes planning-plotting-preparing by a number of sovereign government states. There are no hallows worn on this planet as it continues to take on the outer semblance of yet another battleground..

    “Who and what are compromised?” . . . “And, by how much and by whom?” It is difficult to be a marauding horde on horseback these days without advanced notice plotting its progress. The visitors are reading between the lines & hegemonic intents while assessing progress.

  3. Don B on November 10, 2022 at 1:00 pm

    “Morgenthau’s plan will find its head unnoodled, into a goblet pisspot.

    Now that’s funny for those of us who have a warped sense of humor.
    Incidentally, what do you know about Bornholm?

    • anakephalaiosis on November 10, 2022 at 11:52 pm

      Sure, when Odin is Adon, and plurality of Adonai refers to a dual concept of temporal interval and temporal shift – and, that this pivotal paradox is known as Elohim-Yahweh – then the Roman Catholic noodles start dropping automatically.

      Iceland takes shape as Ea’s land, an island. Creation in Danish is “skabelse”, i.e. “shape of Ea’s land”, when land rises out of the sea, and is circumscribed by coastline. Iceland was settled by Norsemen, using Danish method, deriving from the court of Odin.

      The lion and the dragon are intertwined on the Jelling stone, providing backdrop for the rising Christendom, as a failed attempt, to merge the red and white dragons – the two houses of ancient Israel. Denmark means Dan’s claim, refering to an ancient Israelite settlement.

      New Jerusalem in Britain was prevented by Roman invasion, and Iceland was settled, as last stand of ancient Israel, which today is reoccupied by papal slave colony, in violation of sanctity:

      • Don B on November 11, 2022 at 7:22 am

        Interesting. Thanks. I think the island of Bornholm plays into this somehow.

  4. marcos toledo on November 9, 2022 at 8:13 pm

    Europe has been a mess since Rome dropped the ball by not creating a reliable succession system as it would have taken that the office of imperator had been elective from the beginning. The AMERICAS has been used as a garbage can from the first European settlement. All we have now is chickens coming home to roost you and reap what you sow.

    • anakephalaiosis on November 10, 2022 at 2:29 am

      Star Trek is about Jesuit spooks playing Mozart in space, while gathering intelligence, with a strict rule of noninterference, regarding primitive planets/provinces in Europe. That is the Roman imperial model in plain sight.

      Germany is half and half Catholic and Protestant, and now – by papal crusade – the Ukraine is experiencing the same European wars of religion, that, in wake of the Reformation, decimated 1/3 of the German population.

      Odin’s runic system of succession is the only model – known to man – that actually works. It holds the perfect balance of blood and wits, in transfer of power, and is based on verifiable geometry of the 32-point compass.

      In Book of Genesis, man is incarnated, as image of “year woe of heaven balls”, with solstices marking beginning and end of lifespan cycle.

  5. RBG Santa Monica on November 9, 2022 at 3:54 pm

    Yes I think the issue of (de)industrialization is a big one for the Empire. Just before World War I Germany’s industrial output (including ship-building) had, for the first time, passed the U.K.. Now the Empire has relocated from the U.K. to the USSA, and while China now has the highest industrial output, Germany is in second place, and the USSA is in third place. At least until recently when Germany ran out of energy and had to shut down a lot of industry.

    • FiatLux on November 9, 2022 at 5:03 pm

      Exactly. The tragic fiasco in the Ukraine serves several geopolitical purposes, but I’d say it’s more about Germany than anything else. That is, it’s about the tottering Anglo-American empire needing to weaken German industry and prevent a Russo-German economic axis (and, in the longer term, a Sino-Russo-German economic axis). The more things change, the more they stay the same… I’d say Dr. Farrell’s read of the situation is right on target.

  6. mirkogordan on November 9, 2022 at 1:50 pm

    Nah,Doc. Chancellor Schulz isn’t the good guy version of Svengali the article portrays him to be. He stumbles from one faux pas to another, keeps forgetting details regarding the ‘Cum-ex scandal’ and laughs about people in need.

    In a public Q & A, recorded for TV, a baker wanted to know Scholz’s opinion on the high energy prices. Scholz replied,
    quote: “Someone came up to me the other day and said: Mr. Scholz, I’ve just switched my electric oven to a gas oven,” said the Chancellor and started to giggle. “And I didn’t know how sad I should look.”

    You must know that due to high energy prices countless bakeries are closing their doors for good. Some of those being one hundred (!) years old.
    The record holds one in Bavaria, ‘Bäckerei Sinzinger’, founded in 1591 (!!). It survived the Thirty Years War, Napoleon, WW I and WW II, but it won’t survive the leftist/social democratic/green apocalypse. (There is a joke in Germoney. Mix red with green. What do you get? Brown.)

    Ultimately, Germany’s leadership will never find its way out of America’s rectum.

    • FiatLux on November 9, 2022 at 5:07 pm

      No matter how awkward Shuffling Sholz may be, the point is German industrialists are the ones who really call the shots. If they want to go to Beijing to negotiate some kind of deal, they’ll take Scholz with them for the sake of appearances and to make the point that they’ve got the backing of the German state.

      • Richard on November 11, 2022 at 12:25 am

        One would suggest that those Deutsche Industrielle seem well dispersed over that Euro-Asian Continent as well as North & South America and a few island nations in the mix.

  7. Robert Barricklow on November 9, 2022 at 11:36 am

    Love China Joe’s moniker, Bai Den Jo.
    No doubt the red-threated bureaucracies and similar education ideologies are also during their best to bring down the Nation-State; all the better to become a international criminalized tool of the Great Reset Syndicate, New World Order internationalist, and their power grabbing totalitarian technocratic bureaucracies. Right now, the mail-in votes are waiting for the switch number’s; what percentages it will take to color-in the States – Red, all over.
    The Democrat’s theme song is. We Did It Before, and We Can Do It Again[STEAL]!
    And to think, it all started in Daily Plaza, Nov 1963.

    And Europe; falling for the EU; giving up their individual sovereign currencies; all for a centralized bloated bureaucracy dedicated to unelected, unaccountable CONTROL!

    Running late
    White Rabbit.

    • Robert Barricklow on November 9, 2022 at 11:39 am

      Color RED means Soviet/China Red.
      [not red/blue paradigm]

      • Bizantura on November 9, 2022 at 1:26 pm

        When all is said and done and things are going forward as today, European Slavs, Germanics, Gauls, Romans and that sliver with Basques will have become a historical memory.
        I have a feeling the Bretons will survive and always vigorous busy at the destruction of that pesky region of Russian Slavs.

  8. Bizantura on November 9, 2022 at 8:58 am

    Well, I feel Europe has gone the way of the Dodo but just doesn’t know it yet. I mean, the whole EU is created to be nothing more then a “proxi spiel” for some powerfull power brokers in their quest to own the whole world. Sadly, lots of politicians were greedy for power and the money it offered, and sold the sovereignty and dignity of cultures of EU countries out the door as fast as possible. I fought tooth and nail before the insidious inception of the EU and Euro, but to no avail. And no, I don’t think you need much forsight if you copy “a Soviet style politburo” to a T, and then be amazed how reality unfolds! The Euro is just paper and it seems European countries have no gold or anything of worth for trading, so why would anyone trade with us??? Self sufficiency = nada. For the moment the EU is being invaded by “armee spielzeug” from the USSA accompagnied by “Freiheitskämpfer” . As far as I understood, even the socalled Ukranian soldier is actually more soldiers from various EU countries which makes sense. Why? I have not much trouble, per Andrei Martyanov’s info, in believing that most Ukrainian soldiers died in the first act of this sordid mess of war, and in order to have not milions upon millions refugees pooring into the EU, they have to pretend there are Ukrainian soldiers. The EU leadership can’t afford millions of refugees pooring in to keep up their pretend of nothingness. So no, except likking the enemies boots and fall on their swords I don’t see an out, but wouldn’t mind missing completely the ball on this one.
    Here the interview where stated that the war in the Ukraine is defacto a war of Russia against NATO forces! (start 8 minutes in)

  9. anakephalaiosis on November 9, 2022 at 7:08 am

    C. S. Lewis’ Malacandrian novel, about Mars, was first published early in 1938, seven months before Orson Welles’ Mercury Theatre adaptation of H. G. Wells’ “The War of the Worlds”, that caused widespread panic, on October 30th 1938.

    The adaptation of a planet, into contemporary warmongering, is the issue, and the naming of the Martian moons – as fear and terror – is an agenda, disclosed in the affidavit from Wernher von Braun’s secretary, Carol Rosin.

    In Old Norse pantheon, Mars/Týr represents the principle, that binds the wolf of war, and upholds sanctity of truce gathering between clans. Such a sanctuary was called VÉ – a proposed cognate with Yah-Weh, in ancient Hebrew.

    Vilification of a planetary principle becomes an attack on tradition, and that the Inklings – Tolkien and Lewis – set out to correct.

    • anakephalaiosis on November 9, 2022 at 7:45 am

      A Saxon Reformation is based on the Northern Kingdom of ancient Israel, stipulated in a 32-point compass, that evolved into the Runes, attributed to Odin/Adon/Adonai.

      The Saxon Reformation will spill over, into the Anglo-Saxon region, as a critique of Samuel’s bloodline rulership, deriving from the Southern Kingdom of ancient Israel.

      Scandinavia, that is a heathen stronghold against papacy, will be mediator, simply because Odin settled in Denmark, and is still at large, as defiance against Rome.

      Morgenthau’s plan will find its head unnoodled, into a goblet pisspot.

      • Don B on November 10, 2022 at 1:01 pm

        See upper comment.

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