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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. FiatLux on January 27, 2023 at 5:57 am

    Is it a coincidence all this is happening around the same time as the meltdown of FTX (a pipeline of covert cash to the Ukraine) and the establishment’s sudden decision to trash Bidenenko?

  2. Richard on January 26, 2023 at 10:31 pm

    In one’s view, [None] are to be trusted over there – Neither those presumptive knottzy’s in swamptington or in The Ukraine, or the Russian’s who’ve violated any non-impingement agreement upon former republics of the former Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (which is pending some verification efforts if ever that was the case) after the Berlin Wall fell and the collapse of the Soviet Union. There currently may not be an Article 5 matter, but a coalition of those fed up with any impinging superpower may well be more formidable a collective defense than babbling swamp creatures or procrastinators unable to act decisively and timely.

    As for the matter of Abrams or Leopard tanks, the Leopard II has fewer logistical concerns than sending and setting up new transport, refueling methods, maintenance, training of new soldier/operators, and armament used in the jet-fuel powered turbine engines of the Abrams.’

    It’s a matter of having one easily assembled logistical operation and supply chain already in place, due to similarity of needs for fuel, electronics, training, and maintenance of the more traditional V-12 Turbo diesel engines of the Leopards. Whopping big difference – diesel / gas turbine. Soviet era tanks had diesel as do The Ukrainian tank force. Given more time it’s not an impossible feat to carry out.

    No PROMIS’ should be made with liars, thieves, and sociopaths, either, while that hoss [PEGASUS] remains freely downloadable without the handheld device holder not knowing any better. Tall order, maybe, but essential, as one could expect blackmailer’s to come tapping on your screens some other vengeful way. The FBI might have taken down [Hive] servers, disrupting their ransomware schemes but, like the hydra, there may be other hubs and servers to yet discover. The investigation is ongoing. One doesn’t trust unsecured sites, either.

    There is now “Un-restricted Warfare” with kinetic attributes quite visible.

  3. Robert Barricklow on January 26, 2023 at 8:53 pm

    It is a fact; you can’t negotiate w/D.C.
    Time, and time again; Washington have proved to be: Agreement Incapable.
    Russia isn’t braindead. They know what Agreement Incapable is: Washington D.C.
    Washington did the Ukraine coup in 2014; taking out an elected government,
    and replacing it w/a Nazi government, headed by a puppet in high heels.
    If Washington was to ever speak w/o a forked tongue;
    then one would know, for a fact; they aren’t speaking w/Washington.

    When you read Berlin or Germany; read U.S.
    It is, what it is; another puppet of the U.S.

    Listening to the Washington Post op-ed;
    is quite Orwellian, in every way possible.
    Double speak, Newspeak.
    A PR geopolitical sand-trap, composed of endless lies.

    “A non-corrupt economy” in the West’s Ukraine = oxymoron.

  4. marcos toledo on January 26, 2023 at 6:25 pm

    One question from which opium den is the US secretary of state operating from?

    • Richard on January 26, 2023 at 10:27 pm

      You might be right @Marcos, to suggest some sort of “den” of addiction.

      One can still distantly hear Yuri Andropov’s expression about disinformation. As he put it: “[Dezinformatsiya] is like cocaine. If you sniff once or twice, it may not change your life. If you use it every day though, it will make you an addict – a different man.”

      That expression can easily be expanded onto today’s global politics & daily treachery with some ease without its witnesses knowing the differences of what is story telling or propaganda. In some ways, it’s like writing fiction. Good fiction convinces the reader of the very words used to convey ideas while omitting a word or phrase that changes outcomes to impose belief without proof / conviction without examination. Facts and true witness to events trend differently from fiction or supposition.

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