Lat Monday (Memorial Day) you'll recall I blogged about that strange shipment of cocaine from Peru that was seized by Peruvian police. The shipment, a whopping fifty bricks of the stuff and weighing about 58 kilos, was boldly emblazoned with Nazi swastikas. I suggested in Monday's blog that finding the post-war Nazi International involved in the post-war Latin American drug cartels is not surprising. Rather, for both groups, it's just business as usual, and to such a degree that it is difficult to distinguish where one group actually leaves off, and the other actually begins.  I suggested, too, that there was a deeper story implied by the article, dealing with the intelligence source(s) and its, or their, nature leading to the interception of the drugs. Was it due simply to tracking flows of money and/or other financial payments for the drugs? Or was it from some human source inside of those criminal networks? Either way, the story implied very hidden and unmentioned major players.

However, I ended that blog with the suggestion that there was another possibility, and that that possibility would have to wait until today's blog to be mentioned, so herewith is question number (3): was the whole operation simply a false flag designed to project American military power into Peru on a permanent or semi-permanent basis?

The answer, according to the following article shared by M, would appear to be a tentative yes:

Why Are US Military Personnel Heading To Peru?

As the article notes, the Peruvian national assembly recently authorized the entry into that country of American military personnel for the purposes of "cooperation," and I am indeed suggesting that, at the intelligence level, that cooperation may already be in play, and that the interception of the Nazi cocaine shipment in that country may be an example of it:

Unbeknown, it seems, to most people in Peru and the US (considering the paucity of media coverage in both countries), US military personnel will soon be landing in Peru. The plenary session of Peru’s Congress last Thursday (May 18) authorised the entry of US troops onto Peruvian soil with the ostensible purpose of carrying out “cooperation activities” with Peru’s armed forces and national police. Passed with 70 votes in favour, 33 against and four abstentions, resolution 4766 stipulates that the troops are welcome to stay any time between June 1 and December 31, 2023.

The number of US soldiers involved has not been officially disclosed, at least as far as I can tell, though a recent statement by Mexico’s President Andrés Manuel Lopéz Obrador, who is currently person non grata in Peru, suggests it could be around 700. The cooperation and training activities will take place across a wide swathe of territory including Lima, Callao, Loreto, San Martín, Huánuco, Ucayali, Pasco, Junín, Huancavelica, Iquitos, Pucusana, Apurímac, Cusco and Ayacucho.

The last three regions, in the south of Peru, together with Arequipa and Puno, were the epicentre of huge political protests, strikes and road blocks from December to February after Peru’s elected President Pedro Castillo was toppled, imprisoned and replaced by his vice-president Dina Boluarte. The protesters’ demands included:

  • The release of Castillo
  • New elections
  • A national referendum on forming a Constitutional Assembly to replace Peru’s current constitution, which was imposed by former dictator Alberto Fujimori following his self-imposed coup of 1992

Notice that the political unrest might be a cover story for something deeper ("We need American troops to help quash the political turmoil"... where have we heard this before?). What's at stake in Peru is something else entirely:

As regular readers know, EU and US interest in Latin America is rising rapidly as the race for lithium, copper, cobalt and other elements essential for the so-called “clean” energy transition heats up. It is a race that China has been winning pretty handily up until now.

Peru is not only one of China’s biggest trade partners in Latin America; it is home to the only port in Latin America that is managed entirely by Chinese capital. And while Peru may not form part of the Lithium Triangle (Bolivia, Argentina and Chile), it does boast significant deposits of the white metal. By one estimate, it is home to the sixth largest deposits of hard-rock lithium in the world. It is also the world’s second largest producer of copper, zinc and silver, three metals that are also expected to play a major role in supporting renewable energy technologies.

In other words, there is a huge amount at stake in how Peru evolves politically as well as the economic and geopolitical alliances it forms. Also, its direct neighbour to the north, Ecuador, is undergoing a major political crisis that is likely to spell the end of the US-aligned Guillermo Lasso government and a handover of power to Rafael Correa’s party and its allies.

And the US government and military have made no secret of their interest in the mineral deposits that countries like Peru hold in their subsoil. In an address to the Washington-based Atlantic Council on Jan 19, Gen. Laura Richardson, head of the U.S. Southern Command, spoke gushingly of Latin America’s rich deposits of “rare earth elements,” “the lithium triangle — Argentina, Bolivia, Chile,” the “largest oil reserves [and] light, sweet crude discovered off Guyana,” Venezuela’s “oil, copper, gold” and the fact that Latin America is home to “31% of the world’s fresh water in this region.”

She also detailed how Washington, together with US Southern Command, is actively negotiating the sale of lithium in the lithium triangle to US companies through its web of embassies, with the goal of “box[ing] out” US adversaries (i.e. China and Russia), concluding with the ominous words: “This region matters. It has a lot to do with national security. And we need to step up our game.”

Which begs the question: is this the first step of the US government and military’s stepping-up-the-game process?

It's that "Stepping up the game" that brings me back to that high octane speculation that the Nazi cocaine interception may be part of some sort of elaborate false flag scenario designed to project American power into that country. As noted in the article, the Castillo government of Peru was not popular with the very right wing elements of that country. Given the influence of Chinese money in running a major Peruvian port, and given the nature of Peruvian politics, the drug cartels, and so on, one has to wonder if we are in fact looking at a ploy, the injection of American power into a country as a means of policing and controlling the international drug trade, when in fact, the drugs (and the Nazi flags) were provided as a means to project power to stabilize the country, seize their rare earth resources, and keep that post-war Nazi international and its drug trade running smoothly. If that's the case, a mere fifty bricks of cocaine was worth the investment.

The article itself strongly suggests that "drug wars" is merely the pretext for that projection of power:

The former president of Bolivia Evo Morales, who knows a thing or two about US interventions in the region, having been on the sharp end of a US-backed right-wing coup in 2019, certainly seems to think so. A few days ago, he tweeted the following message:

The Peruvian Congress’ authorisation for the entry and stationing of US troops for 7 months confirms that Peru is governed from Washington, under the tutelage of the Southern Command.

The Peruvian people are subject to powerful foreign interests mediated by illegitimate powers lacking popular representation.

The greatest challenge for working people and indigenous peoples is to recover their self-determination, their sovereignty and their natural resources.

With this authorization from the Peruvian right, we warn that the criminalization of protest and the occupation of US military forces will consolidate a repressive state that will affect sovereignty and regional peace in Latin America.

Mexico’s President Andrés Manuel Lopéz Obrador, who refuses to acknowledge Boluarte (whom he calls the “great usurper”) as Peru’s president and has recently faced threats of direct US military intervention in Mexico’s drug wars from US Republican lawmakers, had a message for the US government this week:  “[Sending soldiers to Peru] merely maintains an interventionist policy that does not help at all in building fraternal bonds among the peoples of the American continent.”  (emphasis added)

That drug trade is more threatened by Chinese and/or Russian involvement in Latin America, than by American military presence.  The American military presence, as Vietnam showed, was more to guarantee the continued flow of drugs, not its interruption. And if that trade can be continued, and additionally, rare earth resources secured, then the false flag scenario is looking more and more likely.

See you on the flip side...

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. poronkusema on June 1, 2023 at 6:12 pm

    In any case the indigenous people and natural world will continue to be exterminated in Peru, as they continue to be displaced and exterminated in Mexican Sierra by the activities of the drug cartels. I think it is time to quit calling the Mexican and South American drug cartels “cartels” and to start describing them as robber barons or big business. Or maybe the so called big businesses in US should be referred to as “cartels”…… same economic premises, extinction activities, and probably the same group.

  2. Randy on June 1, 2023 at 11:47 am

    Humm 🤔could it be an op within an op within an op ??? & didn’t JL said there’s nazis in the bathroom just below the stairs 👀🤗🫢🤭🫣🤐🙄

  3. anakephalaiosis on June 1, 2023 at 2:39 am

    Vatican agents are returning, to point of entry, to consolidate the papal backyard, and Columbus will be driven back to his ship, by Wakan Tanka, in Tzar Geronimo’s powwow.

    Elohim vs. Yahweh is a moot point, and subsequently Yahweh is a moot court, and Elijah’s point is, that straying away – from standstill in crossover – is a golden calf.

    Stalemate doesn’t bother a mountain, whereas running rodents, abandoning sinking ship, are racing against time, as lifeboat is carried away, by oceanic wind, in lost opportunity.

    “If you wait by the Dnieper river long enough, the body of Zelensky will float by.” – Russian proverb.


  4. Nidster - on June 1, 2023 at 2:24 am

    These Blogs are ‘spot-on’ and so reminiscent of the plot in the movie “Air America”. That was a time when daring pilots looking for a big ‘payday’ found themselves recruited unwittingly into a covert and corrupt CIA airlift operation in Laos during the Vietnam conflict. It is no mistake to label “Operation Air America” as the CIA’s private airline operating in Laos during the Vietnam War, running anything and everything from soldiers, guns, heroin, foodstuffs for local villagers, and sundry other ‘illegal stuff’. During that war the CIA recruited a bunch of lunatic pilots of dubious distinction for their ability to ‘do anything’ for a buck. So, you can bet a dime-to-a-dollar that the CIA has a huge role in the entire operation.

    Now the tell-tell signature of the evil-ones is in their symbolism. The swastika come readily to my mind. An ancient religious and cultural symbol. No oddity in that it always comes down to religious beliefs. Now the swastika can be represented in either a right-handed spin, or a left-handed spin. Once a Person understands how important the Bhagavad Gita was to the NAZI Party, and the enormous effort those folks made to obtain a copy of that religious warfare book, and used it to protect the racial purity of the Aryan race, and the supremacy of their ‘religion’ then it is understandable that all other humans are inferior to them. So, is there actually some Chinese and/or Russian involvement in Latin America drug trade, or is some other group of nefarious actors who were ‘run out of’ a European county who are now ‘stateless’?

    For starters view the movie “The Boys from Brazil”.

    • anakephalaiosis on June 1, 2023 at 3:23 am

      Americans are unwittingly corrupted by ClA, because they can’t define themselves, by the Indo-Scythian addition to Bhagavad-Gita.

      There is nothing religious about Scythian Ashtanga, because it is plain martial art, that trains body, emotion, mind and spirit.

      I am having great success in Norway, explaining Odin’s horse as Yoga, because Scandinavians are preconditioned, to quickly get the point.

      I simply connect the dots, and then Odin arises, as if he had never left.

  5. SWT on May 31, 2023 at 9:16 pm

    As the German soldier used to say on “Laugh In”, “Verrry interesting!”. It all reminds me of USMC General Smedley Butler and his book, “War Is A Racket”. Also, reminds me of another US Marine officer named, Ollie, who actually worked for a real 4th Reich Nazi named, Bush. Enjoy the show folks!

  6. marcos toledo on May 31, 2023 at 8:43 pm

    Damn just when I thought it was the NAZI International having a great laugh it turns out it’s a false flag for the CSA to go on plundering the World as usual for its shadow masters.

  7. Billy Bob on May 31, 2023 at 2:32 pm

    Interesting read on the president that was ousted since he won a mandate to nationalize the minerals in Peru…guess that ain’t happening’


  8. DanaThomas on May 31, 2023 at 2:29 pm

    Lots of comments seem to have disappeared.

    • DanaThomas on May 31, 2023 at 2:32 pm

      I thoought this was part 1!

  9. Billy Bob on May 31, 2023 at 2:21 pm

    What would the narrative be if the swastika symbol was NOT emblazoned on the drugs? Cocaine bust in Peru…big deal. Gangs like to leave their symbols to claim their territory.
    Peru has a long history of leftist leaders allowed by their ruling oligarchy who are controlled by the West’s oligarchs. Trade is trade whether drugs or minerals. One does not mess up the flow and profit of either. “Send in the clowns.” They’ll scare the heck out of everyone.

    Interesting member of Peru’s government bureaucracy…
    Nelson Eduardo Shack Yalta (October 19, 1971) is a Peruvian economist and Comptroller General of the Republic of Peru. Appointed for a period of seven years, from July 20, 2017, according to Legislative Resolution of Congress No. 016-2016-2017-CR.

    Nelson Shack

    Comptroller General of the Republic of Peru

    Currently in office

    Since July 20, 2017


    Edgar Alarcón

    Personal information


    October 19, 1971 (51 years old)





    Educated in

    University of the Pacific

    Professional information


    Teacher, Consultant

    Known for

    Public official

    [Edit data in Wikidata]

    Extensive management experience in public administration. He carried out international consultancies and work for the Inter-American Development Bank, World Bank, Delegation of the European Commission and the Economic Commission for Latin America in more than a dozen countries in the Region on various topics of Budget Management, Strategic Planning, Investment Programming, Performance Audits, and Public Expenditure and Accountability Assessments, and Analysis of the quality of Expenditure in the areas of Security and Justice.

    He has served as Coordinator of the Project for the Improvement of Justice Services in Peru. He has been a member of the Advisory Council of the Presidency of the Judiciary, Director General of Public Budget, and Director General of Economic and Social Affairs of the Ministry of Economy and Finance, as well as Director of the Banco de la Nación. He is the author of various specialized publications and research, and is a part-time professor at the Postgraduate Schools of the Universidad del Pacífico, Universidad Continental and Esan University. 1]

    • Jen on June 1, 2023 at 6:26 am

      I will admit that I know nothing about Peruvian politics. but I do recall that during the ‘covids’ the Peruvian government did enforce one of the most Draconian lockdowns in the world. At the time, t struck me as odd, cruel and unneccessary, even compared to the insanity of Western governments.

  10. Kevin Ryan on May 31, 2023 at 12:12 pm

    A False Flag event? In South America? Do we meddle in their politics? Hmmmm. The number 50 has a certain resonance with the US. And that fancy Swastika packaging and the layout of the bricks had a certain Hollywood staging. The Swastika packaging was red, white, and black instead of the good old red, white, and blue – but drug smuggling into the US is one way Black Ops and Black Projects finance their nefarious activities without Congressional oversight/interference. So black makes sense as a color choice, and it’s just so Nazi. Also, the US is so conditioned to be triggered by “Drug smuggling!” The Pavlovian response is “War on Drugs!” So by all means, let’s send some warriors to Peru where this bad (not just a drug cartel, but Nazis!) drug shipment was intercepted. (I wonder if it was repackaged and shipped out on the next boat to Belgium? Or flown out on an ARV.) After all, we must protect our access to the South American resources near and dear to the shadowy hands steering US government, politics, and culture – resources like zinc, copper, silver, lithium, and cocaine. Party on, Dr. Farrell.

  11. Robert Barricklow on May 31, 2023 at 11:17 am

    The new Golden triangle; the new Afghanistan; the new location for many products.
    The U.S. said of Viet Nam that it was the first the communist domino to fall.
    Is Peru, the first South American Country to be invaded; w/all the requisite boxes checked off, to make sure the perception is a U.S. road to Peru, loaded for bear; with good-mainstream press intentions?

  12. FiatLux on May 31, 2023 at 10:15 am

    The event does seem staged, at least to some degree. Would today’s Nazi International really put swastikas on their contraband? For what purpose?

    In any case, I think the whole thing is about trying to keep Russia and China out of Latin America. It’s the Monroe Doctrine updated for the 21st century: nobody gets to pillage Latin America’s resources but the United States! And for sure, the Deep State doesn’t want anybody disrupting or taking over the drug trade. So it’s very handy for the United States to have an excuse to send in the troops.

  13. Michael UK on May 31, 2023 at 8:17 am

    Surely it is the white powder that the US is severly worried about? Record amounts of drugs are flooding into the US and Europe from Mexico and South America including Peru. See this report from the BBC. The situation has run out of control.

    The drug lords often get paid for their drug consignments with weapons acquired by the dealers on the ever expanding weapons black market in the US and Europe. This has grown considerably since the start of the War in Ukraine, where there is a ready supply of the latest state of the art weapons.
    It seems the US has created a vicious circle that is self perpetuating, which has come back to haunt it.

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