This article was shared by K.M. and many more of you, and it needs to be talked about. But first, a bit of a personal, anecdotal aside. I grew up in that Vietnam War era, worrying as many boys my age growing up back then did, whether I would be drafted and sent off to a war in a jungle on the other side of the world, or not. I remember watching the SeeBS Evening News almost every day throughout the 1960s and 1970s, with Walter Cronkite (or substitutes Roger Mudd or Dan Rather or - if we were lucky - Eric Sevareid), and the latest film from the jungle battles and General Westmoreland's latest statements about the "body count." I say all this and mention all these names merely to reinforce the idea of how much that era is a present memory to those of us who lived through it, and especially those  that literally fought over there. I remember, vividly, when North Vietnamese general Nyugen Giap launched the Tet offensive that so stunned the American military, and woke up our then slumbering lamestream propotainment media out of its narrative promotion and into the realization that in spite of massive bombing and military commitment, we were nowhere close to winning the war. I remember, vividly, Walter Cronkite's "change of heart and mind" and watching it happen from newscast to newscast.

And I remember Seymour Hersch, and his coverage of these events,  of the My Lai massacre and secret bombing of Cambodia and Laos in particular.

When he therefore says or writes about some aspect of government malfeasance, criminality, and cover-ups, I tend to sit up and take notice. His reporting of the My Lai massacre and coverup, along with General Giap's Tet offensive, very likely contributed to the collapse of public support for that war, and in the long run, to America finally getting out of it all together.

And recently, of course, he wrote yet another deep diving article about the destruction of the Nordstream pipelines and the absolute and unquestioned involvement of the United States, up to, and including, the presidency itself. As I outlined in last week's News and Views from the Nefarium, Hersch gave an interview to the German media in the Berliner Zeitung, and very clearly laid out his case that not only was the White House involved, but that in ordering the destruction of the pipelines, had personally exceeded its authority by committing acts of war not only against Russia, but against an American ally.

Last week the AfD (Alternativ fur Deutschland) party through one of its Bundestag representatives called for a full investigation. Now, that movement has grown; the world, in other words, is listening to Seymour Hersch... yet again:

Now China and Germany Join Russia and Demand an Investigation Into Biden’s Connections with Nord Stream 2 Pipeline Sabotage

What's intriguing to contemplate in this article is not what the article says, but what it is not saying, what is lurking in between and behind its lines. The first and most obvious thing to note about it is that the article involves the very three countries that US foreign policy has been trying - desperately - to keep apart and from agreeing on anything: China, Russia, and Germany. The sabotage, in addition to being an act of war against two of them, has driven all three of them together. One even has to wonder - given the extent of the grifting and influence peddling ties between China and the Bai Den famdamnly - whether or not this was the whole (and hidden) objective of the operation from the outset.

But those are just the obvious implications and questions. With all three countries calling for investigations - even from the UN - another prospect presents itself, one which could be a veritable geopolitical game changer: all three countries possess large intelligence establishments capable of conducting covert and deep investigations. And all three could conceivably coordinate such investigations.

Given what Mr. Hersch has been able to uncover, there's little doubt that these three countries could flesh out his investigations with a mountain of details.

And how they would choose to share that information remains solely in their hands and initiative.

My guess? Watch for them to share it in a variety of ways and venues designed to maximize their benefit from it, and to chip away even further at the fabric of post-war American alliances.

Watch for them, in other words, to use it to further isolate and embarrass the USSA.

In one respect, at least, America has "improved": After World War One, the west managed to piss off just the Germans,

After World War Two, America managed to piss off just the Russians.

Now, under the Bai Den misadministration, we're managing to piss off not just the Germans and the Russians at the same time, but to complete the sundae, we're also pissing off the Chinese too, and yet, may also be doing their bidding.

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. Apeiron on February 28, 2023 at 5:49 am

    If my guess is right that the linked article “Now China and Germany Join Russia and Demand an Investigation Into Biden’s Connections with Nord Stream 2 Pipeline Sabotage” should point to thegatewaypundit
    ( ) ,
    then it seems to misleading at least what Germany is concerned: it is one far-left-wing MP asking for investigation, and “Die Linke” are like the “AfD” are currently rejected from the political establishment (eg not accepted as part of a goverment coalition).
    Let’s compare: even though several members of Parlament of EU asked for investigation into the Covidian Cult & related questions, one would not say thay “the EU” demands an investigation…

  2. g3orgeslu1zsegund0 on February 27, 2023 at 12:10 pm

    It´s very wise to question china direct interest in the destruction of Nord Stream, because the oil would be cheaper to hear as a consequence. I hadn´t tought about that.

  3. Richard on February 25, 2023 at 9:24 pm

    There’s no doubt that Seymour Hersh has chosen his words carefully, given the propensity of many to attack the facts or sniff for worded inaccuracies based on a typo. The speed at which the information of any kind can travel and pile up is astounding.

    The major powers concerned (those countries) have chosen their slant on the events noted, too, and are waiting for useful hearsay expected to follow. The worded wrestling stuff that can be given some slack to serve a narrative as well as their own self-serving interests. .. . . No doubt with plenty of miles or kilometers, if so inclined, for plausible deniability by each of them and any who could be suspect as brought before a court of law. Two of those three do not share the west’s or that “western road of constitutionalism, separation of powers, or judicial independence.” Those two dictate the law and, for now, have the means to deploy their own enforcement of dictates.

    Some of this stuff today seems to have had at least several decades to stew in a cauldron of deception and disinformation to become [weaponized]. Enough time, anyway, to establish a paper trail to support investigations. Makes one wonder who’s the cleverest opportunist amongst them. Those planning, those physically carrying it out, those surveilling by land-air-sea, or those geopolitically likely to stick that proverbial spanner into the gear works. In any case, it’s a lot of hot air for balloons.

    Here’s “Sy” on his recent interview on “Rising”

    Transponders or not there’s a lot of stuff flying around in the skies, moving around under the waterline, and traveling over land. One can’t help noticing how careful the “propatainment’ has become in giving their takes on current affairs, especially, where there might be intelligence agencies closely scrutinizing those with a megaphone..

  4. Terminal Tom on February 25, 2023 at 7:30 am

    china may be serious about an investigation but germany is NOT

    more likely the germans would support an “investigation” that bolsters the narrative that “the russians did it.”

  5. FiatLux on February 25, 2023 at 1:52 am

    I suspect one or more of the three countries’ intelligence services were the ones who made sure Hersh got the information he needed to write his article in the first place. In other words, the geopolitical game changer may have already happened.

  6. ragiza on February 24, 2023 at 10:24 pm

    Neo-clown planning….. plainly, it’s been at least since 2014 that the sleazy schemers have been intending having this Ukraine-Russia war. But the neo-clown “planning” now has the Ukrainians running low on everything from heavy weapons, to artillery ammo, tanks, aircraft, etc. Planning.

    Fat ugly females using unencrypted cellphones to discuss coup plans for all to hear. Washington eunuchs who have never exposed themselves to any form of danger, planning to overturn heavily armed states. How many killed so far? 200 thousand, more like 300 thousand?

    These are not “pros”.

  7. The Son of David on February 24, 2023 at 7:23 pm

    FYI Joe: your article link is linking to a different website, no the article

  8. marcos toledo on February 24, 2023 at 6:54 pm

    Correction Joseph the Indochina War the whole of former French Indochina has torched in that war as well as parts of Thailand and even Indonesia was blowtorched as well. I love the smell of napalm in the morning, which seems to be the USA’s motto.

  9. bluenose on February 24, 2023 at 5:15 pm

    @Dr Farrell The link you’ve included leads to an online auction website:

  10. Kevin Ryan on February 24, 2023 at 3:40 pm

    First, Hersch’s article is excellent. So let’s assume it is 100% correct. China, Russia, and Germany want an investigation? China that blockades Taiwan with ships at sea and threatens Taiwan with military aircraft and talk of annexation? That White Hat China? That now gets Russian gas, or at least increased quantities, from its neighbor Russia thanks to the Nord Stream sabotage. And Russia, or to be honest, Putin, that invaded Ukraine, devastating numerous cities, unleashing rape, torture, genocide, and other war crimes on it civilian population. That White Hat Putin who censors what his people hear and see, hiding one bad act after another from the Russian people and the world. After 7 months of blowing up Ukraine, Putin with his bloody and unclean hands is in no position to complain about his pipeline being blown up. Germany, on the other hand, might have reason to lodge a complaint. By all means, investigate. I’m not saying the US is a White Hat in this episode but I suspect there is a fair amount of support in international circles including Western Europe for Biden stepping on Putin’s manhood in a way that doesn’t let Putin act with impunity against Ukraine. And a way that doesn’t require Western Europe to respond as if the pipeline/cashline destruction was unjustified. I also watched the news in the 60s with Viet Nam war footage on the nightly news. We went there because of the Gulf of Tonkin incident which has been exposed as a fabrication. On the other hand, Putin has admitted attacking Ukraine and has persisted for a year so in the overall calculus of this special operation, his loss of a pipeline is unlikely to generate any pro-Putin sympathy beyond those already in his camp, or pocket.

    • Terminal Tom on February 25, 2023 at 7:29 am

      china may be serious about an investigation but germany is NOT

      more likely the germans would support an “investigation” that bolsters the narrative that “the russians did it.”

    • Terminal Tom on February 25, 2023 at 7:37 am

      Taiwan will most likely become a part of china again whether the US likes it or not. It was founded in its present form by a breakaway republican and his drug-lord Generallissimo kept it alive for decades. Those days are ending.

      The US WANTS war with china so it can refuse 1.5 Trillion in US debt.

      Obviously you are not aware of the past history of the Ukraine conflct, how the US egged the nazis on (McCain and Graham on the scene in Ukraine) and how the Ukes shot heavy artillery into Donbass cities which is a WAR CRIME directed against civilians because “They’re all traitors.”

      Right: traitor women and children

      The Ukes had assembled an invasion force and were preparing to enter Donbass and finish the job when Putin interceded.

      These are historical facts which you could verify for yourself if you were interested in learning the truth, but you type like a CIA troll or at least a freaked out democrat

      You seem to have a fascination with hats.

      “Putin has admitted attacking ukraine” is about the dumbest thing I have read on the internet today… but to give you credit, the day is still young over here in germany.

      • Tim H on February 25, 2023 at 4:49 pm


    • g3orgeslu1zsegund0 on February 27, 2023 at 12:08 pm

      It´s very wise to question china direct interest in the destruction of Nord Stream, because the oil would be cheaper to hear as a consequence. I hadn´t tought about that.

  11. Robert Barricklow on February 24, 2023 at 11:44 am

    There are certainly factions on all sides; including w/in their own countries.
    Are the sides searching for a way out of this war; are investigation how the war began, including the blowing up of the Nordstream pipelines?
    Would these intelligence agencies dare draw a thread; from the Ohio chemical derailments to the Ukraine war, and the inferred potential of using mustard gas as a false flag, for WW111?
    Perhaps, that is; but one of many – blackmail cards?
    Do this, or “we” play this deadly card – for globalized 24/7/365 media debates?
    The Biden crime family might find their dirty laundering of public funds; stretching back decades…, a bitter pill to swallow. And, how many skeletons does the Biden family have in the closet, to trade or expose?
    Are deep nation state secrets becoming currency from which to strike deals?
    Or, corporate transnational secrets? Of secret society’s deep operations? Or, UFO secrets? Derivative secrets? Breakaway secrets? Hidden systems of finance secrets?
    All worth something? All get of of jail secrets? All w/the potential to go “public”
    And, as everybody knows; that’s the last thing any of these global governments want: an informed public! Especially, the lying globalized press; whose job is to make sure the public are ignorant, and dumbed down to pliable war fodder, all at their oligarchy’s beckon call.

    • HD on February 25, 2023 at 8:31 pm

      What has been and continues to unfold reminds me of that former MI6 fellow “Alex Thompson” speaking about fifteen months ago;

      “There are the really wicked few in British and American administrations that would actively seek that …( a war on two fronts with Russia and China) …because we do have globalist traitors in both Britain and America who wish to provoke and lose world war three.”

      Particularly with reference to Catherine Austin Fitts speaking at length about vast amounts of wealth being moved out of superannuation funds through HUD ( for example) offshore to Asia/ China beginning decades ago in the nineties.

      I am not sure what other impression to form other than that the controlled implosion of the West has been the plan for decades.

      • Robert Barricklow on February 26, 2023 at 9:19 pm

        That’s what one[or more] factions wants.
        From my perspective; I look at the socio-economic foundations, that lay the foundation from which policies spring.
        *Basically there are two capitalist systems vying for supremacy:
        1) Financial capitalism [West]
        2) industrial capitalism [The rest of the world]


  12. Randy on February 24, 2023 at 11:08 am

    Didn’t know where ta post …Got my copy of The Giza Death Star REVISITED today

  13. Michael UK on February 24, 2023 at 8:10 am

    On Tuesday February 21, the UN held a debate about the two Nordstream pipelines.

    It was fascinating to hear from Economist Jeffrey Sachs, a Columbia University professor.
    Sachs said the destruction of the pipelines “required a very high degree of planning, expertise and technological capacity,” and to do so in the exclusive economic zones of Denmark and Sweden “adds greatly to the complexity of the operation.”
    “Only a handful of state level actors have both the technical capacity and access to the Baltic Sea to have carried out this action including the United States, Russia, the United Kingdom, Poland, Norway, Germany, Denmark and Sweden, either individually or in some combination,” Sachs said. “Ukraine lacks the necessary technologies as well as access to the Baltic Sea.”

    • Richard on February 24, 2023 at 6:34 pm

      It would seem that there are those WHO know how to manipulate talks, videos, and technologies with an extraordinary degree of accuracy disregarding the western road of constitutionalism, separation of powers, or judicial independence as several of them do not follow these in the first place.

      They have their own unique and Cyrillic version of a gulag just as the Party of the east by going west has their own unique & characteristic version in the middle of the Eurasian continent. Germany, of WWII, got over its unique version of the brutal ethnic stalags by force and surrender.

      Neither the WWII Germans or the current Sovietszky’s & Party of the east by going west followed the western road of constitutionalism, separation of powers, or judicial independence. They calculated then and continue now to overstep their permutation methods (it seems) to go that extra [dare-you-to] measure. Suffice it to say, neither of the four, to include the bidenenko of the ussa, seem to know where that happy place of hegemony seems to be obtainable or if it even is. Neither of the three wear an adorning halo of moral purity any more than that bidenenko of the ussa, but one thing that is for sure is that they each know that game of treachery well enough and are not afraid to act with consequence. At least, that’s what seems to be seen ephemerally surrounding current events should they be the only players of influence maneuvering this upright-simian type into scenarios of hostility. (One reserves the right to differ on that score whether off world or on of in combination). The mug shots of those poker players have been shown on many front pages ascribed to headlines. They all prefer the best face on them, too.

      Of these seemingly unlikely poker players at the table of world conquest one has to ask, “Does anyone not playing know how many cards have been dealt each of those players and have the [jokers] been accounted for?”

      It would seem that one or more players at that fictional poker table setting are not WHO they appear to be, given how they got and stay in office.

    • Terminal Tom on February 25, 2023 at 7:41 am

      Jesus man it is so obvious.

      Cui bono?

      Occam is rolling in his grave

  14. anakephalaiosis on February 24, 2023 at 7:28 am

    Anyone, who disagrees with the Roman Catholic Church, is automatically a Protestant.

    Retrieving the runes, as a logical system within a reasonable context, is Protestant gunpowder.

    In Scandinavia, we have an old grudge, and a score to settle, because the Old Norse settlement in Greenland was left to die out, by the Vatican mafia.

    Today, the line in the sand is being drawn, between Catholics and Protestants. It’s a new old reality.

    • Tim H on February 25, 2023 at 4:48 pm

      Nice one Ana. It might take me a while, but I’m sure the relevance to Seymour Hersh’s article will occur to me eventually. Keep it up!

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