For some time now I've been trying to warn that the statements of the Russian government and its major officials  - people like Deputy Security Council Chairman Dmitri Medvedev or even the Bad Vlad himself - need to be taken seriously. We all know this history. For years prior to the "special military action" Russian officials were warning the West that attempts to expand NATO eastward into the Ukraine would not be tolerated. This after worthless Western "guarantees" not to expand the alliance into the former Warsaw Pact nations were ignored. We know what happened next. The Ukraine elected a pro-Russian government, the USSA helped to sponsor a coup to overthrow that president, and install a "new government" more friendly to the West. And here we are. Along the way, the Ukraine also reached "agreements" concerning GMOs, and extended special port facilities to western GMO companies like Mon(ster)santo while the USSA opened up "biolabs" throughout the country to do "research". Prosecutors were fired, and money changed hands.

In short, the warnings were ignored, and now the West and NATO have embroiled themselves in a proxy war against Russia they cannot win for the very simply reason that financial instruments do not win wars. Factories that produce things like ... oh, I don't know... ammunition and weapons do, and we (the West) have been busy the past few decades shipping factories to China. Countries like Germany that were smart enough to keep their factories so they could make actual things forgot that being a friend of the USSA is very dangerous, especially when the energy to run those factories came from Russia, and when, for some reason, they were stupid enough to shut down their nuclear and coal power plants to become Wandervogeln and congratulate themselves on how progressively green they were in following a nonsensical environmental dogma.

So, in the light of all of this, Russia's warnings changed in the last months, and as regular readers of this website know, I've been commenting and blogging about that change. Russian academics began to write op-ed pieces that appeared in the Russian media, and since the media in Russia is without exception a government enterprise, those articles presumably carried the de facto approval of the Russian government. The tenor of these pieces was more or less uniform: Russia should consider the possibility of escalating the war with the Ukraine (and the West) all the way up to nuclear. Along the way, there were distinctive steps and phases in that escalation that Russia could consider, including "horizontal" escalation (whatever that means).  Then Medvedev made a statement -- which has since been repeated and reinforced - that basically, the Russian government "knows where you (the "leaders" of the West), live.

In short, amidst the drone campaign that has been unleashed on Russia (doubtless with support from the West both on the ground and in space), Mr. Medvedev was saying that two can play the assassination-by-drone game.  Of course, that's a very high phase of "escalation", and we may or may not be there yet, but it is intriguing to contemplate that, suddenly and as if on cue, the droning of Mr. Globalooney lackeys like Baal Gates, Ketchup Kerrey, and der Hochklaus von Blohschwab Freiherr von Bomburst, has become a possibility, and their own monotone and hypocritical preaching has tapered off from the nutty-idea-a-week offering that was their average.

But with that as the context, ponder this story shared by V.T.:

If the story is true, and "Russian hackers" have pried their way into the British Ministry of Defence, and have managed to purloin a few highly secret documents and then to release them, then imagine the implications (and herewith, our high octane speculation of the day):

Secret information about military sites and high-security prisons was also stolen by the LockBit group – one of the world’s most dangerous hacking gangs.

The group – whose key suspects include Russian Mikhail Matveev – is said to have shared the data on the dark web which is accessible through special software, The Mirror reports.

Labour MP Kevan Jones, who sits on the Commons Defence Select Committee, told the newspaper: ‘This is potentially very damaging to the security of some of our most sensitive sites.

‘The Government needs to explain why this firm’s computer systems were so vulnerable. Any information which gives security arrangements to potential enemies is of huge concern.’

The hackers are said to have targeted the databases of Zaun, a company responsible for protecting maximum security sites.

It follows serious security breaches involving the Met Police – where 47,000 officers’ details were at risk – and the Police Service of Northern Ireland, who accidentally shared the personal details of 10,000 employees.

There you have it: hackers penetrated sensitive information via the private defense contractors in Britain. They then published some of these documents on the so-called "dark net".

I rather suspect this is but the tip of a very large and nasty iceberg, one that will likely be sending shockwaves through the corridors of intelligence power throughout all western NATO allies, for the very simple reason that such a hack implies, at some point, the possibility of moles - actual human agents - within those corporations and their "security" that may have assisted or even enabled such a hack. Even without such a possibility, the incident has to be quietly echoing like a thunderclap in those corporations and intelligence agencies, for the cache of documents may be but a small fraction of what was seen and taken, again, for a very simple reason: how long was the hacking taking place?

There are, indeed, even further possibilities: what if some of the information taken has not yet been revealed, and what if it is of such a compromising nature to western leadership that they are now compromised? What if it is blackmail material? Or conveys strong leverage over that leadership?  If any of these scenarios are in play, then we should expect to see, over time, changes of behavior and policy advocacy from these people or these corporations and defense groups.  And finally, there is the possibility that by revealing the hack, the Russians may be sending a message, and the message may be that their cyber warfare abilities have been and are far beyond western estimations.

In short, folks we may have just seen another shot in what may be a very hot covert war taking place. We may have just witnessed one of those "horizontal escalations" the Russians have been warning would happen.

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. Janu on September 15, 2023 at 11:40 am

    “ . . . it is intriguing to contemplate that, suddenly and as if on cue, the droning of Mr. Globalooney lackeys like Baal Gates, Ketchup Kerrey, and der Hochklaus von Blohschwab Freiherr von Bomburst, has become a possibility . . .” Oh please, dear God, make this happen. 🙏🏼

  2. Brendan on September 8, 2023 at 4:19 am

    There is more than one way to skin a cat as the saying goes. The Russians don’t necessarily need the nuclear option to cut the heads of the Hydra.

  3. JupiterRising on September 7, 2023 at 11:11 pm

    I don’t know, Mr. Putin seems to be a western loving liberal who will allow British and American intelligence to kill Russians with impunity acting behind the cover of Ukraine. That’s the impression I get at least after a year and a half of one way covert actions.

    There was the story of a British munitions dump getting hit in the UK after which BOJO resigned in disgrace. Aside from that a British sub returned to port after experiencing a fire on board trying to carry out a covert mission against Russia, I think Ms. Truss resigned shortly after that one.

    But the impression is the US/UK can act with impunity and Russia won’t do anything as they are a rational actor and the US/UK are irrational actors.

  4. Randy on September 7, 2023 at 10:52 am

    Hehe as far as I am concerned! There has NOT been enough ‘slip’n on bars of soap, get’n caught up in the shredder’s, toasters ‘falling’ in the bathtubs 🛁 or errant foul balls hitting any heads ?hunting ‘accidents’ , kayaking ‘drownings’ I’d at least was hope’n ta C an electrical short circuit in the lawn …watering or 2 ? By gad what 2 4 ? Where’s the pianos/ organs ‘falling’ Putin oughta PICK IT UP …WTH ? 🙈🙉🙊🫣🤫 … at least an exploding cigar

  5. anakephalaiosis on September 6, 2023 at 2:21 am

    I harbour no ill will, against neither Russians nor Americans, I only hate the pope, for pitting continent against continent, and turning Europe into his private Colosseum, where his slave gladiators provide bloody entertainment.

    I just want to see Rome burn – again, and I’m ready, with jerrican and Zippo lighter.

    • anakephalaiosis on September 6, 2023 at 2:31 am


      Pope did not want Siegfried to marry,
      and sent Jesuit spies in a hurry,
      budding romance to quell
      with Siegfried in hell,
      so dragon would cause no worry.

      Breathless became fiery tongue dragon,
      suffering pyrotechnic exhaustion,
      when Floradora barmaiden
      made mixture of gin,
      into a highly flammable solution.

      Siegfried drank his moonshine at home,
      sky walking over starlight dome,
      and Floradora’s great catch
      found a fiery match,
      and thus they burned down Rome.

      • JupiterRising on September 7, 2023 at 11:01 pm

        who is Seigfreid? a Las Vegas magician getting eaten by a lion comes to mind but doesn’t really fit with your cryptic post.

      • g3orgeslu1zsegund0 on September 18, 2023 at 3:31 pm

        Great Art brother!

  6. Zorost on September 5, 2023 at 11:48 pm

    “…and since the media in Russia is without exception a government enterprise,”

    Unlike here in the West, where government is a media enterprise.
    [yakov smirnov impression] “in soviet america, media watches you!”

    “how long was the hacking taking place?”

    Another big Q is, “what was this hacking covering up?” The Russians have a long history of having 1 ham-handed operation that inevitably gets caught in order to cover up the real mission, which is only found out about long afterwards.

    • anakephalaiosis on September 6, 2023 at 1:32 am

      Sure, this is an epistemological war, that Americans simply can’t win, because the “Monkey King is in Buddha’s hand”.

      Buddha is of Scythian origin, and Scythian legacy is Odin, whose martial arts were developed through the Darial Gorge.

      The American empire is successor of the Assyrian empire, that was defeated by the Parthian shot, an arrow of Elohim-Yahweh.

      Thinking, based on logic and reason (Elohim-Yahweh), is the Russian legacy.

      • g3orgeslu1zsegund0 on September 18, 2023 at 3:32 pm

        “Thinking, based on logic and reason (Elohim-Yahweh), is the Russian legacy.”

        What are the premises that creates the logical necessity of this logical conclusion?

  7. InfiniteRUs on September 5, 2023 at 10:45 pm

    What government on Earth doesn’t lie, steal, and murder? What government on Earth follows the 10 Commandments and thus God? They are all devils one and all, from the far east to the far west. All are thus unworthy of following, yet most still do. That’s why I’m preaching for a Constitutional 90% majority Democracy under God. Elected officials should just be allowed to do our office and book work as well as manage public utilities. Unless 9 out of 10 people vote in approval for a law or regulation it should be a no go. Right now we have 1 in 500,000 making all the laws and stacking the deck against the rest of us. It should be a peaceful transition and of course many existing laws should be reviewed and the ones that are necessary should be kept. Hate to see the traffic situation if all traffic laws were made null and void all of a sudden. Our God given rights as outlined in the Constitution should require a 100% majority to change. Good luck changing that under my recommendation.

    • anakephalaiosis on September 6, 2023 at 2:04 am

      Commandments of Moses are just guiding principles, not axioms, whereas maintaining a multilateral tribal structure demands an axiom, a balancing principle, which is the scales of law. A moot point is observing a problem from many sides.

      What the scales do, is balancing logic and reason, and that became the founding principle of the zodiac tribe, which is the true interpretation of the term Elohim-Yahweh. A moot point is the art of agreeing to disagree.

      Elohim-Yahweh also happens to be the founding principle of BRICS, which harmonises both the New and Old Testament, and practises Bronze Age politics to the letter, and that qualifies, as a “second coming”.

      It is, by using logic and reason, on the biblical narrative, that one realises, that logic and reason is staring one back in the face, through the millennia.

      • g3orgeslu1zsegund0 on September 18, 2023 at 3:36 pm

        “It is, by using logic and reason, on the biblical narrative, that one realises, that logic and reason is staring one back in the face, through the millennia.”

        In that conclusion, do you take in to account that the biblical narrative is a complete plagiarism of Sumerian, Akkadian and Babylonian traditions?
        Or do you take the biblical narrative as something that is true in itself, and original about what it says?

  8. Coon on September 5, 2023 at 9:10 pm

    Just read ‘The Empire of the City’. I’m taking it seriously now, haha!

    One of these days, I’m going to be able to look over at my wife and say, “We’ve just lost cabin pressure” (chills)

  9. marcos toledo on September 5, 2023 at 8:13 pm

    Are you kidding the Romans came close to pulling it off and they failed the rulers of Europe west of Russia have been and are incompetent barbarians. may they reap what they have sown.

  10. Richard on September 5, 2023 at 5:02 pm

    In one’s view, there’s been an [agreement] issue, better known these days as treaty problem in Eastern Europe since the 1950’s when that treacherous [Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance (TFCMA)], the infamous “Warsaw Pact,” was put into place, May 1955. Vla-dolf Put-ler seems more likely to be trying to re-incarnate that failed bunk to suit his twisted controlling attempts. He’s watching the Party of the east just as that Party of the east is watching his blunders – biding their time for that resource rich Russian north.

    [Dezinformatsiya] is an opportunistic source of propaganda seen in many forms. The latest networking steal is just another manifestation of scoundrels taking the opportunity to wreak havoc with maneuvering narratives while tallying what was caught in that electronic net. There does not seem to be any potemkin’s well suited for the long haul, either, to make use of their state sponsored resources.

    So long as confabulations are rife with useful idiots pandering a spoof there’s likely to be one more attempt at shifting blame for blunders. It’s surprising that there’s no rumblings of a weather war rearranging landscapes on that Asian continent. Talk about borders being borders, . . well, . . weather phenomena don’t give a hoot where those atmospheric rivers bountifully flow or where they coalesce into flooded valleys, overflow banks making additional wetlands, or ignore the dams’ walls altogether cracking/shifting them more.

    Where there ought to be more preppers there are those instigating Party’s for hire & hegemony. Pitiful! Makes one wonder where the snow and ice are going to fall come winter in the northern hemisphere.

    • Barbara on September 5, 2023 at 8:12 pm

      That’s correct Richard, treacherous Warsaw Pact was in mind when Putin and his mouthpiece Lavrov, were threatening EU in January of 2023 of yielding to RU demands of control over Eastern Europe, and cleverly using reverse psychology calling West as “agreement incapable “

      • anakephalaiosis on September 6, 2023 at 1:03 am

        Straying away from Elohim-Yahweh (logic and reason), is becoming non-agreement-capable, and that is the maverick golden calf of America, that doesn’t observe scales of balance, in mending fences over the Bering Strait.

        Instead the Vatican deep state agency has the Russian Tzar murdered, to prevent European infrastructure, from expanding into the Americas, because the Vatican wants the Americas confined, as a prison island, by the size of the continent.

    • anakephalaiosis on September 6, 2023 at 12:42 am

      In that frame of mind, the reoccupation of Iceland becomes justified, by a self-righteous hegemon, which in return justifies the act of turning Americans, into floating corpes in Reykjavik harbour, in response.

      When self-righteous Yankee Doodle is boot printing European faces, instead of mending fences in Bering Strait, then we see the armchair quarterback, who is playing his cold war Vatican chessboard.

      I choose the Russian side, because Abram’s legacy is Scythian, which is proven and documented, and because America is a golden calf, that has wandered astray from Elohim-Yahweh (logic and reason).

      Scandinavian legacy is from the horse’s mouth, and we have a long memory:

  11. Robert Barricklow on September 5, 2023 at 11:40 am

    Are the highly prized blackmail materials being used by the Western puppet masters, threatening to go public; making for example that their material for legislative leverage – mute? Just think of all the other specific tools, that their heavy-duty black bag of tricks – going public – would render useless? Would there would be a crisis, in Western shadow governments. Would the European leader puppets – be exposed for what they truly are? Why the Western’s bottomless dirty-trick bag, might find itself overflowing. The truth’s out of the bag, flooding out, nonstop.

    Why, that would be tragic.
    A truly magick bag trick.

    [Hey Rocky, watch me pull some dirty swamp rats out of my hat! Exclaims Bullwinkle.]

  12. Ludwig Von Bearsnout on September 5, 2023 at 11:07 am

    I suspect that the only ones with secure computing capability is the deepest of the Deep State. (Whoever or Whatever that may be”)

    The rest of us, and by far the majority of us, exist in a fantasy world pretending that our computers and devices are secure when in reality our computer systems and the cloud has never been, and never shall be, secure in any way shape or form. This delusion shared by the people, governments and companies of the world is what truly enslaves us. Our devices are more than human beings can handle. We’re a Bunch of five year olds and we’ve been locked in a closet with a shine fun hand grenade! Someone will pull the pin, its just a matter of time.

    What will it take to end our suisidal addiction to the cancer of Information Technology?

    • Zorost on September 5, 2023 at 11:55 pm

      “…secure computing capability is the deepest of the Deep State.”

      I remember reading that there are certain highly trusted individuals employed by City of London residents as couriers. Their only job is to be handed a brief case somewhere in the world, then transport it somewhere else. They don’t trust e-transfers of any kind. I suspect the real masters employ something similar for all important data. Totally offline, totally non-electric. Probably something like that Indy Jones warehouse, but with secrets rather than artifacts.

      IIRC, MKULtra documents all disappeared in a convenient warehouse fire, then a decade or so later boxes of those records (tiny fraction of the total) were found in some random government storage facility that everyone had forgotten about…

  13. anakephalaiosis on September 5, 2023 at 7:29 am

    War is fought, by all means, on every level, without scruples, and Scythian warfare is conducted, by physical, emotional, mental and spiritual means.

    According to Kenneth W. Harl, the undisputed rule of steppe empires came to a halt, by advent of gunpowder, being used as a projectile propeller.

    Nevertheless, weaponised Ashtanga Yoga, as Odin’s sport, has today a more general application, when producing warriors, capable of wiping out the enemy.

    Scythian skull cup production is propelled, by alcohol consumption.

    • anakephalaiosis on September 5, 2023 at 8:11 am

      BTW, this is an early draft, and still a work in progress, figuring out the schematic correspondence, between the seven seals and Odin’s eight-legged horse.

      The philosophy is, that the template of mans lifespan was refurbished, into a martial arts discipline, in the 7th century BC, by forging man’s image into a battle axe.

      Since man is created, in the image of Elohim-Yahweh (logic and reason), then the highest proto-Scythian principle became the centre of an existential battle.

      It also means, that America can’t possibly defeat Russia.

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