As you can tell, we are focused on what may (or may not be) happening in Russia right now, and every propaganda outlet from RT to Faux News and the BBC seems to be weighing in on it. I'll do my best to try and stay abreast of developments and to keep people informed, but please also remember my ability to do so is somewhat curtailed as I am also trying to restore normalcy after last week's disastrous storm (I've yet to get the tree and refrigerator problems addressed).

In the midst of all the chaos being caused by the Wagner-Prigozhin attemped coup in Russia, there is a very odd story that  appeared on RT and that was spotted and shared by S.D., namely, that the Russian government has banned the World Wildlife Fund:

WWF declared ‘undesirable’ in Russia

One would think that in the midst of a war with the Ukraine, and troubles with the Wagner group, that the  Russian government would have more important things to do than ban a wildlife conservation fund.  Yet, I cannot but help think that this is somehow related to the Wagner-Prigozhin coup attempt. Consider what the article says:

Russia’s Prosecutor-General on Wednesday declared the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), also known as the World Wildlife Fund, “undesirable.” Moscow accused the Switzerland-based nonprofit of working on behalf of the US against Russia’s economic and security interests, especially in the Arctic.

The Prosecutor-General’s Office said that the WWF used environmental and educational activities “as a cover for implementing projects that pose security threats in the economic sphere.” 

Specifically, “under the pretext of preserving the environment, the WWF is carrying out activities aimed at preventing the implementation of [Russia’s] policies for the industrial development and exploration of natural resources in the Arctic territories, while developing and legitimizing restrictions that could serve as a basis for transferring the Northern Sea Route into the exclusive economic zone of the US.”

In other words, the environment, or rather, environmental causes have been weaponized to deny Russia the ability to develop its natural resources within the Arctic circle.

But I suspect a much bigger story may be lurking here, and to explain my really off-the-charts-wild-and-extremely-high-octane-speculation, I have to take you back several years to a strange incident called the World Wilderness Congress. This congress came to the attention of an unsuspecting accountant in Colorado who - probably by mistake - received an invitation to the World Wilderness Congress, and he volunteered his help to pull  it off. To his surprise - and he eventually self-produced a videotape of his experience - he was tasked with picking up luminaries at the Denver airport, and driving them to the Congress. What he discovered, however, was that most of the people attending the Congress were the highest of high financiers, people like Canadian plutocrat (and globalooney kook) Maurice Strong, or Baron Rothschild. While attending the Congress' talks, he learned of a scheme to create a world currency that was to be "backed" by all the undeveloped wilderness land of the world. The logo for the congress in some respects resembles the logo for the World Wildlife Fund.

However, my main point here is the plan for a world currency and for its "backing." Updated a bit, this episode sounds a great deal like current talk about Central Bank Digital Currencies, and even "bullion-backed" digital currencies. But imagine, for a moment, that the banksters of the West were able to achieve their long-sought goal of breaking up the Russian state, and gaining direct and unfettered access to all of Russia's natural resources? Much of the West's current financial difficulties would be resolved (as would, incidentally, much of China's).

So I would not be a bit surprised if this recent move against the World Wildlife Fund is not a part of a much bigger covert warfare being waged right now in, and by, Russia. After all, in his recent speech against the Wagner-Prigozhin coup, Mr. Putin also made it very clear that his government regards itself as being in a life and death struggle against the financial and economic powers of the West, and that includes, according to RT, weaponized environmental groups like the World Wildlife Fund.

If this high octane speculation be true, then the implication is clear: Russia is the major obstacle standing in the way of a world financial system, the "great reset", or whatever one wishes to call it.  That system simply must gain control over Russia's tremendous natural resources, if for no other reason than to balance its own (crooked) books. If it does not, then the only other option is space, and the UFO threat narrative is, for the moment, failing as we speak.

So the point is, in case you've not yet understood it, is that, yes, for Russia, this conflict is existential. But it is also existential for the central banksters and Mr. Globalooney and their ilk. Thus, Russia's banning of the World Wildlife Fund is entirely understandable, because they know who is really behind it, and what the ultimate financial plunder game is. As for Mr. Globalooney and Mr. Central Bankster, you already know their names. No need to list them again, because the real point is that Russia has added their names, and their front organizations and fake philanthropic foundations, to their list.

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. resipsaloquitur on July 7, 2023 at 1:26 am

    The WWF is a creature of the Bilderberger founders to promote their false environmental messianism in pursuit of One World Government. The WWF is just another tentacle of the hydra that is the western OWG cabal. However, just as Eric Sand wrote in 1984 there are other contenders for who sits on the throne of the OWG (Isuch as Russia and China.) The ruling elites in these three countries are constantly forming and dissolving alliances with one of other three to gain control over the others. So long as there is rough balance in military and economic resourses, no one country can monipolize control over the others. At present Russia and China are allies against the Western Powers (Europe and the USA). Russia and China are pomoting a multi-polar world with “shared” power opposed to the unipolar world of the west. (See BRICS as an example.) This is a clever bit of propaganda as no one who has power willingly shares it. Those who have the gold will rule eventually. It is inevitable that China will turn on Russia in their pursuit of irs natural resources. Mineral resources and fossil energy abound in the Artic regions. That is what control of the Artic region including vast portions of Siberia, Canada and Greenland and Scandanavia is all about. The real battle is over economic power and economic power is determined by who controls the resources (or, as you have pointed out, the advanced technology that expands the resouces pie).
    When the resources expire, the system fails. That is what the Malthusians believe will cause depopulation (if the OWG does not do so first).

    History has provided ample examples to those who study it. Hitler and Stalin signed a Non-Agression Pact. Japan, Germany and Italy became the Axis Powers. Germany attacked Poland. Russia attacked Poland and Finland. England and France declared war on Germany. Germany attacked Russia. Russia and England became allies. Japan attacked the US and the US declared war on Japan. Germany declared war on the US. The US declared war on Germany. The US, England became allies with Russia. Hitler was defeated (more accurately, Germany was defeated). Russia declared war on Japan. The US defeated Japan. This is a non-exhastive history as there are many other events that lead up to WWII. A similar list could be developed for WWI.

    The purpose of the above recitation is to show that all alliances are temporary and exist solely for the advantage of those who seek power. How did the Non-Agression Pact turn out for Russia? The Axis alliance for Germany? Will the Chinese dragon end up devouring the Russian Bear? History teaches us that all alliances will eventually fail and former partners become enemies. Will history repeat itself? It almost always does. The past is prolog.

  2. rustywho on July 5, 2023 at 10:00 am

    Yes, maybe this is why the USA has gone to such lengths to get Finland and Sweden into Nato to get control of the Arctic.
    And given Russia’s previous experience with NGOs it is surprising that they had not taken a closer look at WWF before.

  3. sunnyboy on June 29, 2023 at 7:47 pm

    It could really hobble Russia if they lost control of the Northern Seaway . The following is a an excerpt from a 2018 Brief to the Canadian Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Development — titled Canada’s Sovereignty in the Arctic
    In 2009, Russia released its own Arctic Strategy which makes the case that the Arctic is critical to the future of the Russian economy. In part this is due to the abundance of natural resources that exist there, particularly oil and gas. Today roughly 20 percent of Russia’s GDP comes from its Arctic. To help further exploit the resources and profit from them, Russia is also turning its Northern Seaway into a new maritime corridor, the Northern Sea Route (NSR). This will allow its resources to reach global markets, for global markets (e.g. shipping) to pass through the NSR between Europe and Asia, and for foreign ships to access Russia’s resources. The NSR has also become a significant means for generating additional revenue through user fees paid by those that pass through the route. The user fees are for icebreaker escorts, which are almost always needed and thus a fee is almost always paid.

  4. Richard on June 29, 2023 at 2:20 pm

    To think, all that un-plundered, . . errr, . . . rather undeveloped wild and Wiley wilderness just waiting for “Banksters,” gangsters, and financial pranksters to declare eminent domain by right of the state. Who will soon control that state?

  5. Beckysue on June 28, 2023 at 10:17 pm

    I don’t know the person who did this research. It’s from 2005, I printed a copy in 2013, and wow here we are. Concerns: World Wildlife Fund (Prince Bernhard, Prince Phillip, on & on), 1001 Club, Bilderberg, BCCI, Bloomfield of Permindex, comparison to Pilgrim’s Society, mentions all the resources in Africa & apparently the “club” gets together to figure out how to get it all. Mentions the collapse of the western economy if they can’t get their hands on resources & easily. How the WWF pits indigenous people/tribes in Africa against each other to keep things unstable. A list of organizations run by people in 1001 club. Pakistan, the Black Nobility. Claims 1001 Club is run by UK Privy Council and MI6. Another website I follow claims that’s who messed with our elections, not Russia or China. Talks about a lot more, fascinating stuff. Lots of links, references. Old and new names.
    It’s a big club and we ain’t in it.

    • FeelinGroovy on July 9, 2023 at 9:23 pm

      Thank you Beckysue for the research link.
      I was thinking exactly the same thing

  6. marcos toledo on June 28, 2023 at 8:01 pm

    Our elites have really painted themselves into a corner boy are they that desperate for wealth?

    • marcos toledo on June 29, 2023 at 2:21 am

      By the way, David Dubyne on his YouTube channel adapt 2030 connects the Titan tourist sub to the Titanic the pilot of that sub was a descendant of Isodore Strauss’s wife and the contract was on the father and son.

  7. FiatLux on June 28, 2023 at 2:46 pm

    I’d say an independent, sovereign Russian state is the major obstacle standing in the way of a world financial system, or “great reset,” whether or not the speculations in this blog post are true. At any rate, it’s the major obstacle to a world financial system totally controlled by the Western financial plutocracy, which is the only thing Mr. Globaloney seems able to tolerate.

    Mr. Globaloney apparently believes he can achieve a modus vivendi with China — not so with Russia. Globaloney’s beliefs about China may be as delusional as the belief that Putin, or anyone else of a similar mindset who may eventually become leader, won’t fight tooth and nail to avoid a Rape of Russia 2.0.

  8. ragiza on June 28, 2023 at 2:13 pm

    They’ll help the Wilderness by giving it something analogous to mRNA vaXs.

    Apparently, something like that is going on in Canada right now.

  9. Copenhagen on June 28, 2023 at 1:52 pm

    Absolutely facinating how well the Russians are handling this crisis, Putin is the Nikola Tesla of Geo politics.
    Joseph could you comment on the BRICS NATIONS and their plans for infrastructure in space.🇩🇰🇩🇰🇩🇰✌🏼

    Thank you

    • anakephalaiosis on June 29, 2023 at 5:12 am

      Scandinavian culture won’t rally behind the Ukrainian war effort, because Scandinavians only support grassroots cooperation, which is basically what BRICS is.

      The royalty in Scandinavia is Jewish, proven and documented, and it has a feudal agenda, against the grassroots, which is propagating a Greater Israhell in the Ukraine.

      The royal warmongers smell fishy, because there is no referendum, to support neither a double agent on a throne, nor a warmonger on the same throne.

      The Scandinavian word for “king” is borrowed from Old English, etymologically, and is defined by Scythian runes, originally.

      Midt om natten:

  10. Kevin Ryan on June 28, 2023 at 12:17 pm

    “Very interestink,” says a shifty-eyed figure in drab trenchcoat and fedora. “Congress sounds like an elected body, but who elected these people, I wonder? Rich people who tend to care primarily, and secondarily, et cetera, et cetera, about their own asses, aka assets. But “congress” sounds like elected people looking out for the interests of others and is better cover than a truth-name like “conspiracy.” And the words “World Wildlife” are another layer of camouflage. The name is so M. C. Escher. It makes me think of Columbus arriving in the New World and telling the people who considered it their world, ‘Hello, I’m sent by King and Queen and I’m here to save you with our Old World ideas. Let’s begin with rape, exploitation of resources, and enslavement. Or as we like to call it, civilization.’” Party on, Doctor.

  11. Robert Barricklow on June 28, 2023 at 11:58 am

    Every time I venture into the dark forests of the “Wildlife Fund” I’m ever vigilant; on the lookout for their iconic logo in the flesh, wolves in sheep’s clothing. A perfect ironic metaphor; given that a recent KGB op, succeeded in shearing off a few billion in Western mutinous pesticides.
    The above is my frame, before even reading your post; a sure-fire comics edition given the symbolism.
    Well, serendipity again. Before pulling up your post; I was reading about The Ukraine becoming the world’s first cashless society

    Apparently, the international banking cartel; wants a The monopoly position, in fraudulent income streams.

    A lot of raw resources to be cannibalized, rehypothecated, and divvyed up
    Unfortunately, it’s rather hard for Western sheep-dipping ops;
    in wolf territory, that stretches – across eleven time zones.

  12. Steve.Jinks on June 28, 2023 at 11:55 am

    Great blog.

  13. Michael UK on June 28, 2023 at 8:21 am

    Joseph, I think it is important you make clear the World Wilderness organisation you refer to is The World Wilderness Congress (WWC).
    Note Congresses well held in Colorado in 1984 and Alaska in 2005.
    Their website details what campaigns and direct action they take to address the root causes of environmental destruction and help transform society into one that coexists in harmony and respect for wilderness and the environment.

    I think we should note and appreciate that the Arctic does not respect geographical boundaries nor maps and includes US Alaska, Canada, Greenland, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Russia.

    • Laura on June 28, 2023 at 7:21 pm

      This link should have some interesting arctic maps and charts. You may have to fiddle or swipe right. If it doesn’t work I’ll try again.

      Seems like an important part of the article was the allegation that there could be limits on navigable routes. (In an effort to preserve habitat)

  14. Maria Clarke on June 28, 2023 at 6:04 am

    Spot on, I would say.

    • Barbara on June 28, 2023 at 11:23 am

      I guess collateralizing, all these asteroids circling the earth has met with opposition of somebody or someone up there. 😁
      Ithey are csrambling for assets on earth,now that includes so called wildlife. TPTB are so transparent and so desperate, some how it warms my heart😁

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