...Well, it's happening once again, and right before our eyes: the third Siege of Sevastopol (or the fourth, if you're counting the Soviet recapture of the city in 1944 as the third).   The city with its Severnaya Bay is, with Odessa, Batu, and Constanza, one of the most important port cities on the Black Sea, and some would argue, the most important due to its north central location and terrain that admits of fortifications and defense. Indeed, it is as a fortress city that the place has gone down in history as the scene of some famous sieges, of the French, British, and Ottoman Turks during the Crimean war - immortalized in the poem "The Charge of the Light Brigade" - to Colonel General Erich von Manstein's 11th Army's siege of the city after blasting it, and most of its "impregnable" fortifications, off the map with some of the most colossal artillery pieces ever fielded, and the Second World War's largest artillery and air bombardment ever seen, in the 1942 prelude to the German summer offensive.  Two years later, the Soviets returned the favor and retook the city after learning their "artillery lessons" from the Germans in two world wars.

They were very good students...

In the case of the Crimean war,  the Western Allies and their Ottoman lackey completely failed to punish and crack up Tsar Nicholas I's empire, and hovering in the background, of course, was the religion issue.  The failure of the Allied coalition in that war prepared the way for the subsequent march of Tsar Alexander II's armies all the way to the gates of Constantinople a couple of decades later, and a hurried and nervous reaction from the European Powers to prevent the total collapse of the Ottoman Empire and a Russian controlled Dardanelles and Bosporus.

It's with that short history lesson as a background that the following story should be viewed, for make no mistake, the Crimean peninsula is Russia's unsinkable aircraft carrier in the crucial Black Sea, and its chief city and port, Sevastopol, has been the most important base for its naval power projection into the Black Sea and, for that matter, into the Mediterranean. This history of the city tells one important, unavoidable, and obvious lesson: Russia views any foreign occupation of the Crimea and its principal city and harbor, Sevastopol, as an existential threat and will defend it to the last  (story courtesy of V.T. with our thanks):

Russia accuses Ukraine’s Western allies of helping attack its Black Sea Fleet headquarters

Note the following, clear message:

Russia on Wednesday accused Ukraine’s Western allies of helping plan and conduct last week’s missile strike on the Black Sea Fleet’s headquarters on the annexed Crimean Peninsula.

“There is no doubt that the attack had been planned in advance using Western intelligence means, NATO satellite assets and reconnaissance planes and was implemented upon the advice of American and British security agencies and in close coordination with them,” Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said at a briefing.

Moscow has repeatedly claimed that the U.S. and its NATO allies have effectively become involved in the conflict by supplying weapons to Ukraine and providing it with intelligence information and helping plan attacks on Russian facilities.

All that we're lacking in the latest siege of Sevastopol, version 3.0 (or 4.0), are the ships and soldiers of the Ottoman navy, and the French and British "volunteers"... oh wait, there are the Ukrainians for that, but, bad news, they're running out of Ukrainian bodies.  That's the grim, and sad, and tragic, reality of where the west is. And the sad fact of the matter, is that the history tells us we've been here before, and our results now are no more successful than our results then.

And just for good measure, the article repeats what should have by now been a message western leaders have memorized:

Zakharova’s statements follow comments made Tuesday by Dmitry Medvedev, the deputy head of Russia’s Security Council, who said the arrival of American-made Abrams tanks in Ukraine and a U.S. promise to supply an unspecified number of long-range ATACMS missiles would push NATO closer to a direct conflict with Russia.

It's that "direct conflict with Russia" that seems to disturb everyone of common sense on both sides of the conflict, everyone except, that is, the deluded and insane leadership of the west, because they have no common sense (Exhibit A: Bai Den Dzhao and his whole famdamnly and abyssally corrupt regime, or Exhibit B: the non-entities in the Reichskanzlei in Berlin, or Exhibit C: "There is no such thing as French culture" Macron). These stupid people seem to think that Russia's warnings about horizontal escalation are all smoke and mirrors, because (they think) Russia has no escalation options other than the full nuclear option, and rest assured, they're also thinking "no one would be that crazy so we're safe and we can do whatever we want..."

Wrong. For one thing, the "nuclear option" itself has changed dramatically since the heyday of the cold war.  Missiles no longer are "accurate" if they land within a few hundred yards or feet of a target and discharge their megatons to destroy it. Now - as the West is finding out the hard way in the Ukraine - it's dealing with an opponent who can also drop his missiles down a chimney.... no nukes needed.... and that opponent has drones, and cyber warfare capability, and nasty engineered viruses too.  The only deadly weapons of mass destruction he appears to lack is Big Pharma. But other than that, he can just as easily target the "terrorist leaders" of the west with drones or mess up their cyber-systems, as they can him.

And if the history of his involvement in the Crimea is any indicator, the very last thing the insanity ruling the West should do is to insist on its evacuation by Russia.  The only way to do that is to go in, all guns blazing (and bring the biggest ones you've got) like Colonel-General von Manstein.

And even then, don't be surprised if the Russians return the favor...

The only question remaining in this drama is: Are the Russians accepting suggestions for their drone list?

...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. ragiza on October 3, 2023 at 10:20 am

    Who says history rhymes but doesn’t really repeat?

    The US and much of the west is de-industrialized, dumbed down, increasingly perverse with the prompting of its “elites”, and led by corrupt “duds”.

    Think, boys and girls….. Western Roman Empire. There was even a weird homo- wanabe trans- sexual who became Emperor in 218 AD.

    (You couldn’t make this stuff up, and you don’t have to. 8-)) )

    from Wiki:
    Dio says Elagabalus delighted in being called Hierocles’s mistress, wife, and queen.[83] The emperor reportedly wore makeup and wigs, preferred to be called a lady and not a lord, and supposedly offered vast sums to any physician who could provide him with a vagina by means of incision.[83][84] Some writers suggest that Elagabalus may have identified as female or been transgender, and may have sought sex reassignment surgery.

  2. johnycomelately on October 3, 2023 at 5:20 am

    One wonders if Russia has been sparing its Wunderwaffe for its NATO friends.

    Apparently they have a non nuclear electromagnetic (exotic tech) pulse missiles that can disrupt technology and humans within a 3.5km radius.

  3. FiatLux on October 3, 2023 at 4:15 am

    I’m more and more convinced that the generalized educational decline in the West has produced a couple generations of utterly feeble-minded historical illiterates among our “elites.” Declining empires generally don’t relinquish power without a ruckus, so war is no surprise; but the idiocy of those running the empire is quite a sight to behold!

  4. Richard on October 3, 2023 at 3:12 am

    In one’s view, ‘To be or not to be Sovietszky?’ seems the question asked these days in the autonomous region of Sebastopol, since the thinking also seems to be going in reverse over there. Makes one wonder if they’re really going to level it again and build another [in-your-face] trophy. There’s no doubt that there’s going to be plenty to reconstruct once the missiles & bullets stop flying.

    It was quite convenient that Vla-dolf Put-ler terminated that Crimean agreement involving Sevastopol. Might, presumably makes right for a certain few in today’s rendering of communism as that 3-day excursion into Kyiv drags on. He’s just another one who can’t keep agreements. Seems that that lack of agreement keeping over there is quite the prelude toward increasingly evolving wars, again, over there. Just how far back does that knack of failing agreements go back? Making nice and picking out a natural harbour for the remaining Soviet Black Sea Fleet to lay anchor did not turn out well for the Ukrainians after the Soviets changed the colors of their flag. It didn’t take long for Sevastopol, Crimean Peninsula, The Ukraine, to become trophy items of annexation, again. Controlling the Asian Continent is turning out to be a bigger challenge than any of the despotski’s can manage over there.

    In any case, that montage of hegemony there or anywhere else on the planet remains incomplete if not poorly depicting what is going on. None of the tyrants, large or small, want their secrets known by the other or an outsider. But truths get out just because they can. Thus far, the montage of various foreign affairs seems erratic as they follow shallow ideas of conquest.

    Makes one wonder what Vla-dolf really expects from Pyongyang, Tehran, the Party of the east by going west, and the African continent. Talk is cheap and so is their disinformation. They’re not trusted, either no matter the revelry amongst useful idiots of media.

    One thing seems certain – reconnaissance seems busy finding things that don’t tally with the interpretations of armchair commandos and politicos. The sad fact of the matter over there is that there is no matter of fact. Propaganda has fooled many and changes again as dezinformatsiya shifts on useful fronts of attention.

    • anakephalaiosis on October 3, 2023 at 5:02 am

      The deepest layer of maskirovka matryoshka is Scythian Odin, which is a fact, that the Western elite can’t handle, because, where Odin goes, many will follow.

      Odin is a template, for the highest authority, amongst Scythian descent, and legend has it, that he, who can unriddle Odin’s riddle, is Odin himself, by merit.

      Regardless, how much the royal devilry is war lobbying, as big spender of cannon fodder, then reality is, that grassroots are drinking party songs, all the time.

      Genghis Khan is remedy, against Swampington.

      • Richard on October 3, 2023 at 5:01 pm

        It’s a good thing that your [elites] do not represent the wider majority although some try to with their WE-s, theys, and thems ad nauseum in their ranting. The only things that seem replicative on a spin. Vain arrogance nearly always conjures Nemesis.

        It’s the private entrepreneurs, their ready wealth, and quiet access to the deepest of secrets to pay attention to. The [potemkins] and their many guises are no match to the stealthy-wealthy that are far distant of most elites.

        • anakephalaiosis on October 4, 2023 at 2:50 am

          A Genghis Khan’s land bridge, in the Bering Strait, is an intellectual challenge, that approaches a phenomenon, from a different angle, which is follows the shamanistic mind.

          I wouldn’t have been caught delousing on Ellis Island, because such is beneath me, and my forefathers. Only, as a conqueror, would I ever cross borders, and expand territories.

          Brainwashed cattle transports, to the New World, were for slaves, with limited vision of the world, who then could be moulded, into the sectarian cult of the Vatican USA.

          Multifaceted, multilayered, and multidimensional, is the depth of soul, where Odin is self-awareness, expressed, in making a stand, in a 32-point compass.

    • cobo on October 3, 2023 at 6:02 pm

      Putin has been Charles Schwab’s btch since his cab driving days. Nothing Russia isn’t the UN/WEF Agenda. Russia is supposed to “win…” But, maybe not. Then, we get to see some real fun as the supplicants who were supposed to rule get identified, along with their minions.

      • anakephalaiosis on October 4, 2023 at 2:53 am

        In an existential battle, both Abram and Black Elk produced the “six grandfathers”, which is making a stand, in a 4-point compass with a perpendicular, depicted in Genesis.

        It is naive, to think, that the Russians are lost to themselves, in their own Scythian territory, because it was always at the crossroads, that the Scythians rode.

        The Cossacks burned their own Moscow, to defeat Napoleon, to spite the Vatican crusade, well knowing, that Moscow could be rebuilt again.

        Only the one, who has stood up, against all odds, can ever know the “six grandfathers”.

    • Terminal Tom on October 15, 2023 at 6:49 am


      You are about 30 years behind the times, bubba.

      Washington is far more communist today… russia has gone full-up capitalist, with all the warts that implies.

      I really find it hard to believe that people still “think” russia is a communist country. And I use the term ‘think’ very loosely, because really you are displaying your total ignorance of the subject

  5. Roger on October 2, 2023 at 9:57 pm

    As far as I’m concerned, every bit of the Geo-Political malfeasance being committed by the “West” these days proves Dr. Farrell 100% correct. By that, I mean his books Reich of the Black Sun, Nazi International, The Third Way, and the two books on Covert Wars and Breakaway Civilizations are dead, spot on.

    My only question is, how the hell do we get out of this mess?

    • CaireannW on October 3, 2023 at 9:10 am

      How to out of this mess is my big question as well. I like the way JF ended the post: “The only question remaining in this drama is: Are the Russians accepting suggestions for their drone list?” The USSA is an occupied nation, even if many of its citizens are not aware of it. Where does that leave us in the scheme of things? I’m doubtful that the USA can be resurrected any time soon. But, if some entity can get the “Deep Vermin” to craw back into their holes then I’m confident that American people and Yankee ingenuity will resurface and get our manufacturing and farming industries back online and hopefully in a few generations our educational system too.

    • Terminal Tom on October 15, 2023 at 6:50 am

      we don’t get out of this mess.
      we are in it for the long haul, there is no “fix.”
      humanity will have to muddle through, if it survives at all

  6. marcos toledo on October 2, 2023 at 7:55 pm

    Who holds the reigns of power in the West have been the Marching Morons and the Pod People. They are stupid children and have never grown up playing with fire.

    • Terminal Tom on October 15, 2023 at 6:50 am

      it’s still “reins of power.”

  7. ragiza on October 2, 2023 at 11:33 am

    >These stupid people seem to think that Russia’s warnings about horizontal escalation are all smoke and mirrors,<

    This is a decaying system that can't revitalize itself because the political system has long been rigged through a system of bribery and blackmail. Allowing masses of low information and low thinking ability people to vote has resulted in a con-ocracy where much of the populace has actually declined in their capacity for realistic thought. This isn't anything like what Athens or what some northern European tribal councils had.

    Most of the people who occupy high positions in the US and the EU are duds in terms of intellect, experience and character. They occupy their positions of power because they are compliant and malleable to the ultra-rich and their upper tier operatives in the CIA, and the rest of the "Five I's", who are also duds.

    These elevated duds are conditioned to facing no consequences for their crimes and failures. An unrecognized risk is that they are probably all assigned cavernous bomb shelters that can survive a large scale exchange, and are stocked for years of comfortable living while things die down on the surface – paid for by tax payers.

    I would guess the leadership of Russia and China have two prominent thoughts: that the Covid pandemic was/is a sign of dangerous desperation; that hopefully the West will destroy itself if left alone and given time. However, desperate duds with nukes viruses might do anything.

    • InfiniteRUs on October 2, 2023 at 3:37 pm

      That’s how I see things. People with low intellect are purposely put in positions of power and they do have fallout shelters but like Building 7 I wouldn’t be surprised if they can be pulled by the ruling banking families at anytime. I suspect western intelligence and military assets are just useful, expendable fools but don’t realize this yet. I suspect the puppet master want a global nuclear mutual destruction of all the most powerful nations and want Russia to take the blame by forcing them to fire the first nuke. Then in a hundred years after the nuclear dust has settled and decayed somewhat, they can fulfill their prophecy world conquest by being the largest, most powerful organized and equipped force of survivors.

  8. Bizantura on October 2, 2023 at 9:44 am

    Ach, Europe with no energy, no resources and dwindling manufacturing base with too many Royal Houses can afford to throw its population as cannon fodder. Better use them as cannon fodder then let them riot and get ideas in building guillotines and beheading royalties and their lackeys.
    After all, the EU Union is scrambling to get that WHO pact thru to kill as off by the millions before we get any ideas of any sort!

  9. Ray Story on October 2, 2023 at 7:11 am

    I love your statement ” The only deadly weapons of mass destruction he appears to lack is Big Pharma” ?
    We are the ones still only saddled with weapons we dare not use hidden in USN Submarines deep underwater to win an end times war based on a policy of Mutually Assured Destuction akin to “Doomsday Device” in the 1964 cold war comedy DR STRANGELOVE.
    May I quote you on that precious nugget of wisdom combined with cutting edge humor ? I will of course give credit to you for making sense out of this insane situation the United States has abetted via the NWO enforcer NATO , an organization that we the American taxpayers have now funded to an ad nauseam degree ?

    • Joseph P. Farrell on October 2, 2023 at 2:24 pm


    • Nidster - on October 2, 2023 at 7:34 pm

      Good idea! The movie Dr Strangelove was a brilliantly made political satire film directed, co-written, and produced by Stanley Kubrick and starring Peter Sellers in three roles. It can be found online for a ‘free viewing’, and some of the ‘warmongers’ really, really need to view that movie, since some of the actors reflect their mindset.

      • Nidster - on October 2, 2023 at 7:44 pm

        Also, do not forget about the Cumbre Vieja volcano on the island of La Palma in the Canary Islands that not so long ago started erupting again after remaining dormant for 50 years. So, destruction could also be in the ‘hands-of-fate’, and the Rusike’s could not be blamed. Well, unless they dropped a Rod of God into the mouth of the volcano.

        • Ray Story on October 3, 2023 at 5:18 am

          Another sneaky way to get the same results would be to detonate underwater charges along the 500 mile long undersea
          deepwater trench near Puerto Rico that would produce similar Tsunami results to the Eastern shore of the United States.
          We did a sneak attack on an underwater pipeline and blamed Russia so turnabout is fair play and all is fair in love and war even today I feel.

      • Ray Story on October 3, 2023 at 5:06 am

        I was given a copy of Oliver Stones PUTIN INTERVIEWS and the movie that Oliver and Vlad watched was DR STRANGELOVE so I am just saying what Putin stated after watching my favorite end of everything comedy.

    • Terminal Tom on October 15, 2023 at 6:52 am

      excuse me, but do the russians no longer have nuclear ICBMs underwater?

  10. anakephalaiosis on October 2, 2023 at 6:43 am

    According to my calculations, the Crimea region, as a buffer zone between Don and Dnieper, would have been, where the Parthian shot was invented, whose training system became Odin’s sports, known as Ashtanga Yoga in India.

    The Parthian shot provided the means, whereby the Scythians defeated the Assyrian empire, during the 7th century BC, which culminated in wiping Nineveh from the face of the earth, in 612 BC.

    In the logistics, Caucasus Mountains would have been the 1st firewall, Don the 2nd, and Dnieper the 3rd, in protection of the biblical Arsareth, as headquarters, located northwest of the Black Sea.

    Today, the Americans are on the wrong side of the biblical equation, waging war against Scythian descent, in the very region, that brewed the Assyrian defeat, and laid foundation to Christianity.

    The battle axe of Yahweh is not in American hands, though they themselves think so, being deceived, by following the brainwash of the satanic Vatican, whose wolves in sheepskin are founding fathers.

    The battle axe of Yahweh will cross the Bering Strait, like a Genghis Khan, and sweep the continent, from north to south, and America will cease to exist, like Nineveh is no more.

    The cult of the spangly banners will be eradicated.

    • cobo on October 2, 2023 at 1:37 pm

      anakephalaiosis, it has taken me a while, but I’m starting to understand you. There are battle axes long forgotten that may also play – who’d want to miss all the fun

      • anakephalaiosis on October 3, 2023 at 4:25 am

        Yes, Genghis Khan, and the Scythians, had steppe shamanism in common, and both mastered the Parthian shot to perfection, and chopped off surplus noodles, to discard overthinking.

        A Genghis Khan’s land bridge, in the Bering Strait, will wipe the continent clean, and drain the Vatican swamp, which is comparable to the Sioux entering the Iron Age, to combat the spangly banners.

        Abram’s four rivers, and a world tree, correlate to Black Elk’s six grandfathers, which is making a stand in a 4-point compass, and, when making a stand in a 32-point compass, it produces Odin’s runes.

        Together with every maskirovka matryoshka, in the swan lake, you get a free samovar. Win-win.

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