Remember those substation and internet attacks a few years ago in Nuttyfornia and Arizona? Well, there's been another attack on communications infrastructure in Tacoma, but this time it was thwarted. But SCG, who shared the article, has inconvenient questions about the story, and Joseph thinks it may actually be a story connected with "the BIG news of the week, the destruction of the dam on the Dnieper river, and the ongoing UFO-whistleblower narratives being concocted by the goobernment:

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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. Cathbad on June 10, 2023 at 1:36 pm

    It seems to me, these youngsters fit the profile of antifa. Whoever put them up to this attempted break-in had to know there was video surveillance on the premises. Hence these wannabee terrorists would be immediately caught. So, they had a portable grinder to gain access? Then what? Shoot or stab or drug the electronics in the vault? Apparently no explosives, electronic hacking equipment, or anything else to do major damage to the vault contents was confiscated at the arrest – that we are being told about. These kids were being set-up to fail… And Washington state the way it is, they will never be charged, sentenced, or imprisoned.

  2. Carolyn on June 9, 2023 at 10:51 am

    These nogoodnicks were charged with “malicious mischief” and not terrorism. What? Were they Democrats?

  3. FiatLux on June 9, 2023 at 3:46 am

    It seems suspicious that this (apparently) botched operation was carried out by such amateurs. True, you don’t have to be an expert if you can follow instructions. However, if I were a government, intel, or Mr. Globaloney agent looking to hire criminals to successfully pull off something like this, I’d at least make sure to hire criminals I was convinced could follow directions — ideally, somebody with a track record of being able to pull off crimes and to do so without getting caught. This makes me wonder whether, for some reason, these people were meant to get caught, though for what reason, it’s hard to say… Maybe whoever is behind it wants to create the impression that these incidents are being perpetrated by amateur domestic thugs?

  4. marcos toledo on June 9, 2023 at 12:45 am

    Does The Time Machine 1984 Zardos strike a bell the 1% want to drive us back to the Paleolithic age they are that greedy for power. Remember the statement of O’Brien imagine a boot kicking a human face forever a statement only a child would make.

  5. SoCal G on June 8, 2023 at 10:17 pm

    I had sent an addendum to Dr. Farrell after the original email and had included a link way down at the bottom of the email to the original story as there was a statement by the Judge that I found rather intriguing and led me to suspect something more was going on. It hard to see the link as he only had my pasted section in the email. So so first here is the link-

    Now here is the section of the story with the Judge’s statement. so you have a Judge pointing out that there is some considerable stake in the game; the prosecutor stating the State has concerns for public safety (over a simple “burglary”) and it doesnt appear to related to the power station Christmas day attack in Pierce County. It seems to me that something in this case that is not being said has officials “concerned”

    “It is also concerning to have an attack on the power grid,” a judge said in court. “Some matters in that are concerning to the court – I think there needs to be some considerable stake in the game.”

    Prosecutors shared they all have extensive criminal histories, with dozens of charges among them, including burglary, forgery, and assault, and KOMO News has learned some suspects currently have other pending active cases.

    “The state has concerns for community safety,” a prosecutor with the Pierce County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office said in court. “It is alleged in the state’s declaration of probable cause that the defendant caused damage when trying to gain access to the power vault, which was believed to provide power to the communication systems for South Sound 911.”

    Tacoma police also added at this time, it does not appear this incident is related to any similar incidents, like the power substation attacks that happened in Pierce County on Christmas Day last year.

  6. Brendan on June 8, 2023 at 5:56 pm

    Hi Joseph, from personal experience please be sure to vacuum your car interior (particularly the driver’s seat) for any tiny shards of broken windscreen glass. There is nothing worse than sitting on one of these things believe me.

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