NEWS AND VIEWS FROM THE NEFARIUM JAN 25 2024

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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. Reka-Agota Kvalsund on January 29, 2024 at 7:16 am

    Really enjoyed this episode of the “Nefarium”, dr. Farrell, I am very thankful that you gave credit to the Hungarian Prime Minister in such a proper manner. I am continuously following up on the news and events in Europe (well, as much as it`s possible), mostly from Hungarian media and Hungarian analysts, that go deeper and are more fact based than the mainstream liberal-leftist propa-media. The border issues have been going on in Europe for quite some time, and it`s been Hungary that has been firm, open and clear on their policy, and spent several million dollars on the fortification of the country`s borders, from the very beginning.
    It is “funny” for me to see that one of my favourite Hungarian professors (Mr. Laszlo Bogar) not only has very similar conclusions as you do, but even his way of thinking and reflecting on events/facts/history/politics (both locally and globally)/economics and the powers (or rather “power”, in singular) behind all (the movers and shakers), is very similar to yours. He has the same opinion as to why Slovakia is allowed to be the chosen messenger, Mr. Orban would be just too obvious. Poland is no longer credible in such a turnover. I have even heard an opinion that there might be another global group (not using “elite” on purporse), a more “populist” one, that is making the nationalist interests a priority and thus attempting to build cooperation between these nations. D. Trump and V. Orban are said to be members of this group…I don`t know whethter you have heard of such a rumor, dr. Farrell, or not, but I would like your opinion on this…



  2. Richard on January 27, 2024 at 2:50 pm

    . . .According to the most recent Ukrainian news the Slovakian Prime Minister, Robert Fico, changed his mind on both counts that those thegatewaypundit articles first portrayed:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BPZVXXGXedU

    . . . “Jan 27, 2024 #UATV #europe #integration
    . . . . . “Prime Ministers met to sign a bilateral agreement and discuss future cooperation. Slovakia will support the allocation of 50bn euros to Ukraine from the European Union. This was announced by the Prime Minister at a joint press conference with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz. He also noted that Bratislava was not against inviting Kyiv to the European Union.”

    Should be interesting how other pundit portrayals pan out, too. Not all is as it seems to be.



  3. Nidster - on January 26, 2024 at 9:35 pm

    Whoever ‘blinks’ first in this fight over territory in the Ukraine are the losers. Although this may only ‘whet’ Russia’s appetite for more territory.



  4. FiatLux on January 26, 2024 at 8:51 am

    I think your speculations make sense. First, there’s no way Slovakia is a sovereign, independent agent (any more than the Ukraine is or ever was). It’s a puppet for someone. Second, it’s an obvious choice as a geographical conduit to the Ukraine, for smuggling in money, arms, etc. The question is, who has been, and who now is, the puppet master? Trying to answer that question is where it gets interesting.

    The U.S. is the best candidate for ultimate puppet master up to now. It has used the Ukrainian conflict, in part, to cut off Europe’s supply of cheap energy. That has several ramifications, which I won’t list here, but most or all of them benefit the U.S. at Europe’s expense. That’s one important factor in this geopolitical game.

    Another important factor is the U.S. military. I suspect Europe is looking at the train wreck that is America’s society, government, military, and national debt, and planning for a scenario where Europe is no longer protected by the U.S. military. As I recently heard one French commentator say, if the American military were to pull out of Europe in a big way, the only major militaries that would exist on the European continent or its borders would be the Russian and the Turkish.

    From an economic and military point of view, it’s clearly not in Europe’s interest to have hostile relations with Russia, which the U.S. has been promoting. So I wonder if what we’re seeing now is an attempt by one or more major European powers, using Slovakia as a proxy, to start pushing U.S. influence out of Europe.

    It’s also conceivable that some of the Eastern European countries may be banding together and taking it upon themselves to send a signal to Russia that they’re not willingly cooperating with the anti-Russia push coming out of the West. Not that there’s any love lost between Eastern Europe and Russia, but neither would they relish the thought of a powerful, hostile neighbor to the east in a scenario where they themselves were defenseless.



  5. marcos toledo on January 25, 2024 at 5:16 pm

    Take your pick Ukraine is being thrown under the Bus or thrown to the Wolf by the European Union



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