Apropos of today's News and Views, there is this talk from former Luftwaffe general Harald Kujat:

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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. Nookeeler on February 23, 2024 at 7:28 pm

    There is some wisdom here, but it is, with all due respect, conventional wisdom. He’s right about the old German capital + Russian manpower dilemma, the US quashed that a century ago by backing both the Nazis and the Bolsheviks (A. Sutton). What he doesn’t know about (or won’t let on to) is that the US and Russia are, and have been, colluding since the end of WWII, much to the chagrin of people like Churchill, Gen. Patton, and Joe McCarthy. I’ve only seen Mark Warner mention this. Basically, you can think of the Cold War as a global strategy of tension – divide and conquer. Together they divided and balkanized not just post-war Germany but continental Europe, the Middle East, and South America using the capitalist/Marxist dialectic.

    Gen. Kujat is also right about Russia’s war aims in Ukraine. Russia is poor, and they do have a bit of a demographics problem. These two factors are not at all conducive to empire building. Putin wants a warm water port in the Black Sea, and he’s probably only willing to share it with his friends in Turkey.

    But I think the China threat is being overblown here. Since Covid China has had nothing going on, they’re still utterly reliant on the free trade system set up by the US via globalism, which has been waning under BOTH Trump and Biden. You could say the Chinese are trying to preserve said networks under BRICS, but what will be the reserve currency? If it’s a basket that’s fine, but that is not like the dollar hegemony and China won’t prosper from it in any way other than to maintain some of their raw material and commerce networks. Nobody wants Renminbi, and many Chinese companies prefer USD when possible. This is because Chicoms have absolutely no compunction about manipulating currency values to their own benefit.

    So- what is the US strategy vis-a-vis Ukraine? Consider the following scenario: Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin meet behind closed doors with only their interpreters. Trump tells Putin he can keep Crimea and secure his warm water port so long as he menaces Europe with rhetoric of Nuclear war, existential threats, buffer zones etc. Russia doesn’t have the will or the means to take over Europe, but more importantly, the threat of it will finally pull those freeloading Europeans off of the American Security teet. That security guarantee only comes with globalism and free trade, which will absolutely be going away in the future.

    And if you look at the economic/energy disposition of Germany right now, it seems Gen. Kujat and his colleagues would not see this coming at all. The UK may have (Brexit), perhaps because of their “special relationship” with the US. We may soon discover that Britain is the only part of Europe the US cares about other than Gibraltar. The “global dollar hegemony” is slowly receding into a plain old sphere of influence spanning from Japan to Australia to the UK, and certainly nowhere near NATO or Ukraine.

  2. anakephalaiosis on February 23, 2024 at 3:29 pm

    There is no Clausewitz’s dual political-military approach possible, between Scythian and Assyrian positions, because the Last Supper is a declaration of war, by a toast, drunk from an Assyrian cranium.

    Basically, the gospel hero was a British tin trader, secretly operating on a Scythian mandate, which was deliberately revealed, at the Last Supper, which – in return – triggered the incarceration.

    Bureaucrats are – by their own admittance – incapable of “liveliness of the spirit”, which only Elijah’s curriculum can produce, and, which Jewish royalty pretenders are incapable of producing:


  3. Robert Barricklow on February 23, 2024 at 11:21 am

    Tells it like it is; was;
    and should be.

    What will it be?

    The madness of Western leadership?
    The General, more than hints about that problem – of elite leadership decision acumen.
    A problem, Albert Speer spoke to; at Nuremberg – concerning the Nazi s decision acumen.
    Addressing the probable contagion of madness – in Nazi leadership policies.

    Weaponized madness?
    Something demonic in nature?

    A Mark Twain Rhyme?

    • InfiniteRUs on February 23, 2024 at 1:05 pm

      Billions of dollars, long term and relentless planning and execution of radical religious objectives by any and every means possible accomplishes a lot when your vastly more numerous and powerful opponents are divided, ignorant and corruptible.

  4. InfiniteRUs on February 23, 2024 at 11:08 am

    If Taiwan wants independence then the China should respect the peoples’ choice. It does not have the consent of the Taiwanese therefore China is the aggressor. And no China does not have the moral or legal authority to force Taiwan to reunify. And yes, the US is wise to throw monkey wrenches in the East Indies Company multi-polar world order scheme to destroy the US and Europe. But if the west does not turn back toward its traditional moral and ethical roots then good riddance. While the west has not yet fallen to physical confrontation it has fallen to the spiritual, cultural and economic warfare that has been waged against it by top religious but racist and fanatical families now in charge of the East Indies Company legacy..

  5. Bizantura on February 23, 2024 at 2:43 am

    Comical, did not bring it to your attention due to being a video and could not find a transcript.
    EU neocon nutbars will pull a Russia, Russia, Russia like was done in the USA to try and keep power. No originality lives in their upstairs chambers.
    With depopulation everywhere there won’t be much “imperial” building, not Russia, not China. Especially China is in dire straits due to years long one child policy.
    The man is a “general”, can they think in other terms than war, war, war, war………….. But yes, they will try and make Europe a war economy with soldiers plundering under guise of democracy. How original hé!!
    Europe is done, it has no future. Pockets of people may survive if they form communities and build thriving local commerces of basic goods and trade that with each other with self proclamed fiat money.
    No change will come from politicians and or all the industrial complexus. That pyramidal structure is build to suck the life out of everything, kill everything and that is exactly what it is doing West, East, North and South on the planet.
    Sorry, I hear only the death throes of a total collapse, but until then the sharade will go on!

  6. jpswanberg on February 22, 2024 at 9:47 pm

    A couple of quick observations:
    1) Excellent: intelligent, articulate, with an accurate understanding of the historical issues on both sides
    2) No histrionics or rabble rousing
    3) Even humor: “Vunderwaffe” and Clausewitz from a German General
    4) A wide variety of possible outcomes, both peaceful and various kinds of war

    and a mention of our favorite British geographers theses, even though his name wasn’t mentioned, we all know him quite well 🙂

    Thank you Dr. Farrell for bringing this to our attention

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