Well, the holidays are over and all the decorations are back in their boxes, and we're all well into 2024.  I suspect, too, that most of us are anticipating a "bumpy" year.  Many of us are waiting breathlessly to see what sorts of shenanigans will be resorted to by the American deep state to maintain its power, and keep the Bai Den Dhzao avatar in "office" along with the other avatars that constitute the puppet show of "government".  But as the holidays wore on - and incidentally, a big thank you to all of you who continued to send in articles over the vacation, as we will have quite a "tidbits and honourable mentions" section this Saturday - anyway, as the holidays wore on, one little story came out of South America that the United States, because of the decision of the Colorado Supreme Court to keep Mr. Trump off of that state's ballot because of his role in the "January 6 2021 'insurrection'", was no longer in a position to lecture the rest of the world about its political shortcomings. Never mind the fact that whatever it was, January 6 2021 was not an insurrection, and never mind the fact that there was absolutely no due process on the part of the Colorado State injustices.

Or to put all that as plainly as possible: one banana republic served notice to a much larger banana republic that it was no longer listening nor paying attention to its "leadership".  It wasn't alone. Indeed, since the events of that January 6th, many articles have appeared in the places that write and publish such articles, about how the whole American system is fundamentally flawed and may come down.

But there is another story out there that in its own roundabout way illustrates the problem now faced by the USSA on the global stage.  It didn't make the "radar" on much American media, and for good reason: one major world power is now endorsing a view of the 2020 American presidential election that is in direct opposition to the narrative the American deep state was (and is) so desperate to promote.  The narrative holds that those elections were squeaky clean, that Bai Den Dhzao won fairly and squarely, and that we should all move along to the business of running the country, opening our borders entirely, sending all of our tax money to the Ukraine and Israel, and surgically changing the sexes of our pre-pubescent children. But one major power is saying a firm Nyet to the narrative that started all of this (and thanks to all of you who sent the article):

Now for those of us with an ounce of common sense and a little statistics, the narrative we were fed on election night of 2020 made no rational sense, and we knew it made no rational sense, as the "votes" being "recorded" after so many polling places experienced the odd shut down were simply not within any normal statistical random pattern, nor was the fact that they all broke in favor of Bai Den Dzhao; one would have expected at least some of them to have broken for Trump. Now years later, the media finally reports more and more stories of evident fraud being committed that night and the following days. Too bad, because now we're stuck with the Bai Den avatar. One hopes that the next time Communist China decides to do business with a corrupt American political family, that they will choose more wisely.  But the problem is, now the American deep state is also stuck with the Bai Den Dzhao avatar.

But now Russia is telling its school children that they're not buying the narrative either, and who can blame them? The Bai Den Dzhao regime is up to its earlobes  in the Ukrainian corruption, as the article notes:

Another excerpt includes a picture of Biden wearing a mask. Rough translation: “On (masked) Biden from the same Russian school textbook ‘His entire political career has been accompanied by corruption scandals. He and his family have commercial interests in Ukraine.”

True enough, but it's this that interests me:

Russian schools are teaching the youth that America rigged its own election in 2020. Students in the 11th grade have posted excerpts from their revised textbooks to the internet. Newsweek requested a copy from the publisher, Sonin, who declared that everything published is factual and approved by Sergei Kravstov, Russia’s minister of education.

Rough translation of excerpt above: “Donald Trump. American statesman and political figure, businessman, born in 1946, 45th President of the United States from 2017 to 2021, the first President of the United States who had not previously held any public office. The richest man of all American presidents. In the 2020 presidential elections, he again nominated himself as a candidate, but as a result of obvious fraud on the part of the Democratic Party, he lost the election to J. Biden.” (Emphasis added)

Note that: "obvious fraud." Not "clever fraud" nor even "subsequently discovered fraud" nor "programming errors in counting software" nor any of a plethora of other euphemisms. It is plain and simply "obvious fraud." In a country like Russia whose mathematics examinations for university admission are some of the stiffest in the world and which are capable of making even a Chinese math expert sweat, that's a significant statement.

Indeed, I'm reading it as a kind of challenge, as a message: bring it on, prove your case that the results were legitimate mathematically. No one will believe you, and we're serving notice that we don't and are not going to go along parroting your narrative.

In other words,  the significance of the Russian textbooks may (and probably will) be entirely lost in countries like the United States, Canada, the U.K., or Australia, where wishful thinking and merely stating things to be true has replaced actual reality. But in other countries not given over to to such epistemological insanity and metaphysical nominalism - India, Indonesia, Thailand, and so on - the message and the lesson is clear, and the lesson is that the narrative - and the people adhering to it - are either nuts and insane, or so completely desperately intent on maintaining power that they are willing to resort to any fairy tale in order to retain it.

And this is where the conclusion to this short article comes in:

The next generation of Russians will be raised to believe that America is the enemy, as their parents before them were also led to believe. American textbooks paint Putin as an enemy and dictator, and American students learn that Russia is the enemy as their parents were led to believe the USSR was the enemy. History is constantly rewritten by the victor. In this case, I believe most reading this blog know the truth. The current onslaught of legal cases against Trump only validates Russia’s claims that the US rigs elections and then blames Russia if the outcome is not what the establishment wanted.

Well, yes, and no. The Russians, by and large, are not being led to believe that America is the enemy, merely that its government is, and besides, most Russians are able to discern such subtle distinctions that their counterparts in the West are not. Those Russian school kids probably already have enough of that common mathematical sense to know that the narrative of the Trump-Bai Den election was nonsense to begin with.  The lesson that they're taking away from the textbook is not that "America" is the enemy, but rather that its government is, and that, being insane, nuts, and willing to resort to "obvious fraud", and thus that its government is "not agreement capable." One cannot, as a principle of law, conclude a contract with an insane person, and expect that person to observe it, and hence, one does not enter into a contract nor even any serious discussion with such a person.

In other words, the Russians are really signaling that, while America and its media might continue to push and even believe its fairy tales about "its democracy" and its squeaky clean and fair elections within its borders, elsewhere outside those borders the narrative is dead on arrival. And that means that 2024 is likely to be a very bumpy geopolitical year.

And while we're at it...well, I'll wait till Wednesday's blog to talk about that...

Happy New Year, everyone, and fasten your seatbelts. Normally, of course, we wouldn't take off in a storm, but we're already on the runway, and there's a tornado bearing down, because there are other nasty indicators of the whirlwind of insanity...

...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. anakephalaiosis on January 9, 2024 at 6:24 am

    Russian education is a big problem, for the wicked West, because the wicked West loses control of the narrative, when all that bright education results in Russia Today, spilling the beans, about Western pant being on fire.

    Historically, Finland has been a part of both Sweden and Russia, and all Scandinavian countries have, since the Middle Ages, at some point, been at war with each other, and, one time or another, also been united under a common banner.

    Russia is a part of Scandinavian history, and therefore Russia is a part of Scandinavia, and even more so, when Crimea is seen, as the ancient crib of common proto-Scythian ancestry, which connects Elijah, to the advent of Christianity.

    Scandinavian countries may have an extramarital affair with the USA, for awhile, and, when that fling is over, then the spouse is faithfully waiting at home.

    • anakephalaiosis on January 9, 2024 at 8:56 am

      Theatre can be used for education, especially, when true geniuses are at large, as playwrights. Seth MacFarlane and Joss Whedon do tower over the rest of the lot.

      A Fraggle crack in the wall is a curious way, to build a land bridge, over the Bering Strait, providing a land connection to Crimea, which forges a link, to proto-Scythian ancestry.

      Epistemologically, Crimea is a common destination to reach, by Americans travelling west, and Europeans travelling east, which is a predicted necessity, when seeking cultural roots.

      Christian narrative has a crucial chapter in Crimea, where the zodiac tribe was reforged, in the 7th century BC.

      • anakephalaiosis on January 9, 2024 at 9:08 am

        BTW, Assyro-Zionists are hellbent on controlling Crimea, because it is a magic box, that lets the genie out of bottle, and realising its significance, will cause an epistemological change in paradigm.

  2. Michael UK on January 9, 2024 at 4:57 am

    Thank you Eddie for your amazing lead about Donald Trump and his uncle.
    Here is the full details of Trump’s uncle – MIT Professor John Trump from a BBC News report.
    Physicist John Trump was the younger brother of Mr Trump’s father, Fred.
    John Trump passed away in 1985 at the age of 78, according to an obituary in the New York Times.
    He was a professor of engineering at the elite Massachusetts Institute of Technology for 44 years.
    According to MIT, Prof Trump focused on high voltage phenomena, electron acceleration and the interaction of radiation with living and non-living matter. He also designed X-ray generators for cancer therapy.
    During World War Two, Prof. Trump researched radars for the Allies. When legendary physicist Nikola Tesla died in 1943, Prof Trump was asked by the FBI to examine Tesla’s papers and equipment.
    Prof. Trump co-founded a company making generators for use in nuclear research, according to MIT archives.

    So it seems Donald Trump is a member of the in crowd and knows all about top secret technologies. I wonder what secret papers the FBI really gathered from sweeping his home in West Palm Beach!

    • anakephalaiosis on January 9, 2024 at 7:07 am

      Nikola Tesla, being of Serbian background, is the spawn of a Bosnian pyramid, I imagine, whose affair with overseas imperialists is not so blessed, because pyramid builders and empire builders do not share the same vision.

      The Primordial Code [ Documentary ]

  3. Eddie Worthington on January 8, 2024 at 9:50 pm

    Trump was not the richest of all American presidents if the rumors about the Bush family controlling the heroin trade are true. I’ve seen rumors of a $6 Trillion net worth for the Bush family. Remember that Prescott Bush (Bush ’41’s father) was part of the original cabal trying to overthrow the US. He was convicted of sedition. He also setup the CIA.

    The Trump family, being in possession of all of Nikola Tesla’s confiscated technology/experiments via MIT professor Dr. John Brown (Trump’s uncle) will likely cash-in on that technology via the US Space Force that he established.

    • anakephalaiosis on January 9, 2024 at 9:49 am

      The best way to provoke the American oligarchy, is to lobby for a Tzarist land bridge, which induces primal fear, because Cossack ancestry goes way back, to the Scythian century, which was a drinking party, from Arzareth to Nineveh.

  4. Richard on January 8, 2024 at 8:53 pm

    In one’s view, the currently populated Russian lands and its citizenry already have a difficulty accepting tribes of the past, remaining khanates in disguise, or the claim of an incursion of the most recent couple of millennia that have left their marks and influence the most. Mirror images can be deflective but one should NOT view them with myopic-short-sighted-tunnel vision.The heads of state are, once again attempting to (re)conquer lands and people who have little need for Vlad-olf Pooht-lers self-serving interests and his opportunistic kleptocracy let alone his self-reinforcing delusions of hegemony. They still need to learn what self determination is as well as how useful it is for any governing existence. That takes experience. Something siloviki’s have a problem with if they’re able at all to understand. Even Yeltsin knew he’d made a mistake with his assignment of Vlad-olf Pooht-ler.

    The Party of the east by going west already has a different take for the taking and dealing with the same lands by manipulating the khanates in disguise toward a different path within their hegemonic goals [with special characteristics, of course] while expanding north, south, east, and westward. It’s a matter of assembling those bits and pieces in land parcels and their populations worldwide toward their bidding while exercising their special “Un-Restricted Warfare” tailored to those various GPS (global positioning system), . . coordinates of exploitation, . . err rather, . . of interest. Neither slavery or wasteful culling of a population into front line battlefields are wise.

    2024 will likely be both interesting and engaging while revealing. It’s already astonishing how some have already been spoofed by wolves in finely clad narratives of causation as useful idiots for further manipulation.

    A New Year for some and just another day in the neighborhood for Others. Careful what notes are jotted down, but more importantly how much they cost in time, resources, and energy while on a linear tract.

    The Russians are coming, the Russians are coming, the Russians are coming! . . . Nyet! . . They are already here, waking up, and have likely have with more noise to woo-woo useful idiots. Like propagandists for hire. It’s like they’ve already begun with a fervor. The rest is just background noise within a Constitutional Republic – a work-in-progress – something certain folks from afar as well as within have difficulty learning let alone understanding and defending.

    • anakephalaiosis on January 9, 2024 at 5:48 am

      On the contrary, there is a Cossack at the helm, in Russia, opposing the wicked West, that basically is a global henhouse, with a papal fox, at the top of the pecking order.

      Any man, who opposes Jewish royalty in Europe, is automatically labeled another Adolf Hitler, which is a paradox, because Hitler was a Jew, playing controlled opposition.

      Jewry’s tactic is, to politically make its own bogie man – which is a golem – and then accuse its adversaries of being in league, with Jewry’s own media-hyped scarecrow.

      Today, only autists seem to retain a belief, in that hoax, whereas the rest of the world has awoken, to the smell of coffee.

      • Richard on January 10, 2024 at 2:17 pm

        . . .In one’s view, the ‘Siloviki’s’ are in charge of the northern expanse reaching the Baltics with Vlad-olf Pooht-ler well placed for the poison dispensations and misplaced combustibles (on purpose for purpose). One wonders if they’re warry of the Golden Horde awaiting an opportunity to take the reigns once again for the newfound resources of plunder and mayhem while they share barbs of their boogeyman western migrants of centuries past.

  5. marcos toledo on January 8, 2024 at 7:03 pm

    Before RT was banned the host of Worlds Apart said there were 38 sitting Presidents of the USA with contracts out on them. Trump just was lucky he just had his election stolen he could be in a grave by now the usual lone nut assassin. By the way the James Blish novel about humans meeting sentient plasma lifeforms is titled “The Star Dwellers” it was written for juveniles published in 1961

  6. Robert Barricklow on January 8, 2024 at 11:30 am

    Looks like the collapse happened sometime ago/
    “They” want their David Rockefeller global banking dictatorship…

    Running late…
    White Rabbit

    • Robert Barricklow on January 8, 2024 at 11:44 am

      China Joe won the mail-in Chinese Communist Red votes.
      But, w/red strings attached.
      The Red Congress & Red Senate, were also wearing their red sneakers;
      sneakers, that are not so secret, in their contributions origins.

  7. Michael UK on January 8, 2024 at 9:34 am

    The UK also has a General Election this year for us to vote and choose a new Government. The choice is the same old same old – a two horse race between the Conservatives (Leader is Rishi Sunak) and Labour (Leader is Keir Starmer). Like the USA, our election is a First Past the Post system.
    In the UK, if either party fails to get a majority of seats (of Members of Parliament), then they usually do a stitch up behind closed doors with the lame horse – the Liberal Democrat party and form a Coalition Government – just like David Cameron and Nick Clegg did – the ‘ConDems’.
    My point is “democracy” has become an empty and hollow word. The other countries Joseph lists – India, Indonesia, Thailand are not shining stars and have plenty of corruption. It seems “democracy”, which was originally a system of government in which state power is vested in the people or the general population of a country, has become a system to be exploited and abused by the Establishment and Global elite to ensure the country is governed by a shoo-in of their choice.
    Of course there is an alternative to “democracy”, which would be for the people to support an Emperor who would assume absolute and total power of the country.

    • anakephalaiosis on January 8, 2024 at 10:19 am

      In times of terrible crisis, Doctor Who assumes the world presidency, unfortunately, BBC is dragging his dead corpse through the streets, which has his global fans in roaring uproar.

      Dual heart presidency trumps Lilliputian politics any time, because the drama, between the theatrical masks of joy and sorrow, crackles the facade of lockstep boredom.

      In the ice castle of frozen conventions, there is an urgent need for a nightingale, whose song of soul is spring thaw, that draws best of blades, from puddles and seed stones.

      A stiff upper lip doesn’t mean being a stiff, when being Shakespeare.

    • InfiniteRUs on January 8, 2024 at 1:20 pm

      Just one major change must happen to have a real, effectual Democracy and rule by the people for the people. Since government officials are only capable representing themselves and those paying them off or black mailing them, we need to establish a 90% majority checkmate to everything they can do. If at least 90% of the public does not agree with any of their legislation then it should not be able to pass. A simple majority of 51% means the worst of society has a good chance of wreaking havoc. But in a 90% scenario, as long as over 10% of the population is somewhat intelligent and moral they can block all shenanigans. If you don’t have that many intelligent and moral people left in society then you are rightly doomed and deserve your fate. Only fools deserving their fate trust others to represent them fairly in the long term. We can allow the industrial elite to keep their representation as a check against the masses turning on them by being able to vote against legislation that would strip them of their lawful achievements but no law or regulation should be allowed to pass that does not get at least 90% of everybody’s consent. Keep the Bill of Rights and preserve it by requiring a 100% agreement to change it. I think God intended for us to represent ourselves and to trust in God and not some mortal leaders with big heads thinking they have become Gods themselves by winning an election or being born in an inbred family.

      • InfiniteRUs on January 8, 2024 at 1:44 pm

        Just requiring a 90% bi-partisan and independant agreement on everything instead of a simple majority would improve government representation enormously. Still, likely not enough in the long run and would eventually be corrupted by the same corrupters we currently have ruling over us. It just wouldn’t be as easy for them as it is now.

        • anakephalaiosis on January 8, 2024 at 7:39 pm

          Feminism occurs, because the female sees the system as a clan, which is a behaviour, that is hardwired into the genes, and the individual male is automatically attacked, as threat to the system.

          It has always been that way, and no vote will ever change that. There is only peace, when armed men refrain from battle, and have they no free will, to make that choice, then they are slaves.

          The only reason, why females are not being sent to the battlefront – in the name of equality – is because I give a goddamned middle finger, to the recruiting officer, whom I’m happy to eat alive.

          Like the Russians, I bear the brunt, because I have always bore it.

          • InfiniteRUs on January 9, 2024 at 12:39 pm

            Weaponized feminism is indeed destroying the west. And the animal nature and instinct does indeed attack and resist those who ascend to a higher level of consciousness. And women instincts are particularly geared to resist an exodus of the species from their primal animal vices. When freedom and prosperity start to produce too many higher evolved minds the beast nature seeks to seize control and strikes back with tyranny and mass cullings.

          • anakephalaiosis on January 10, 2024 at 5:08 am

            Blindness, regarding instincts, is a not true enlightenment, and such a soothing blindness is a result of social conditioning, often self-induced, because breaking the sixth seal is a horrible self-insight, that makes a runaway out of every man, instinctually trying to escape the horror in Plato’s cave allegory, which is why an insight, into that particular instinct, is always the blind angle, in the “dark night of the soul”, that concludes the Old English rune poem, which is Elijah’s template, based on the 32-point compass, that decides rightful kings.


  8. anakephalaiosis on January 8, 2024 at 6:56 am

    The crux of the matter is, that ontology, inside the compass idea, produces the epistemology, that produces a pyramid.

    Demonstrating a continuous political struggle, through 27 centuries, is indicative of a much older conflict, that lingers on: the pyramid vs. empire.

    A pantheon of crocodiles and dirt beetles collides, with a clean, white washing machine, whose pyro-function is not superstition.

    Two-legged insects and reptiles, in the White House, want to get mummified, into Hollywood afterlife.

    • anakephalaiosis on January 8, 2024 at 7:13 am

      BTW, when in dire straits, Black Elk automatically concludes his Six Grandfathers, with himself as origin, where axes intersect, which is navigational geometry.

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