Has America Been Set Up As History’s Ultimate “Bumbling Villain”?

Brandon Smith

Editor’s Note: It’s not often we publish an article written before OffG even existed, but this one – written over a decade ago in September 2013 and brought to our attention by Mark Gresham – is both interesting and prescient.

It discusses the decline of US power, the rise of BRICS, and plans for a global currency seven years before COVID brought all those plans center-stage. It also warns of a false or exaggerated US-Russia binary and Putin’s globalist tendencies.


The high priests of academic and “official” history love a good villain for two reasons:  First, because good official villains make the struggles and accomplishments of good official heroes even more awe-inspiring.  And, second, because nothing teaches (or propagandizes) the masses more thoroughly than the social or political lessons inherent in the documented rise and fall of the world’s most despicable inhabitants.

We get shivers of fear and excitement when we discuss the evils and the follies of ancient monsters like Nero, Attila the Hun, Caligula, etc, or more modern monsters, like Mussolini, Stalin, Hitler, Goebbels, Mao, Pol Pot, Idi Amin, and so on.  We take solace in the idea that “we are nothing like them”, and our nation has “moved beyond” such animalistic behavior.

But even more fascinating popcorn-style history is found not in the destruction of tyrants, but the destruction of empires.

When an entire culture steps off the edge of the abyss into the realm of societal psychosis, the world often changes forever and in ways that, at least on the surface, seem to bring humanity a little closer together.  The fall of Rome led to the eventual rise of a dominant Catholic theocracy and the rulership of royal blood lineage that lasted for centuries in Europe.

The flames of World War I and the destabilization of the Kaiser’s Germany led to the formation of the League Of Nations; a first attempt at a global governing authority designed to “maintain world peace”.  World War II and the fall of the Third Reich resulted in considerable horrors, which the establishment of the United Nations was supposedly meant to prevent from ever occurring again.

The decline of the British Empire saw the implosion of cultural colonialism, and the rise of corporate colonialism, which centralized immense power into the hands of the banking class as the new official oligarchs of our modern era.  The collapse of the Berlin Wall and the abandonment of the Soviet Union was lauded by then U.S. President George Bush as the beginnings of a “New World Order” – an ideological concept which heralds the final deterioration of the idea of economic and political sovereignty as a mainstay of human civilization.

When examining the approved version of historical conflict, one gets the overwhelming impression that the villains of our past, through their hubris, their greed, and their insanity, seem to inspire a sudden surge of unification as their ashes are cleared from the air.  One might even come to believe that the “natural progression” of conflict is leading us towards a future in which the only solution is the dissolution of all boundaries and the adoption of a one world narrative.  Wouldn’t it be glorious if the deaths of these malevolent tyrants and societies finally inspired the birth of a single human system in which no conflict is possible because we are all on the same side?

Perhaps it would be glorious, if you have adopted the childish notions of history common to the mainstream.  For those who have not, the story, and the ultimate solutions to the ills of mankind, become a little more complicated…

America’s Villainous Mustache

Mainstream history tends to follow the motions of a play or film, in that archetypes and symbolic figures are consistently created in order to satisfy the natural flow of a particular fiction.  The bad guy wears a mustache (not always, but it is strange and disturbing to see how often this archetype materializes in the mainstream world view.

Just look at Hitler, Stalin, Fidel Castro, Saddam Hussein, Osama bin Laden, Muammar Gaddafi, Bashar al-Assad, etc.  We love mustached villains).  His criminal successes make him imposing and frightening.  He acts without conscience, or, he wrongly believes his terrible actions are justified in the name of the “greater good”.  His inevitable mistakes make his final failure ironic and satisfying in the face of the iconic hero, who defeats the enemy while the citizenry stands back and watches in awe and wonder as helpless spectators.

The villain is indeed evil, and deserves to be dethroned, but the assumption many people make is that the other side is diametrically good.

This is not always the case…

America is used to playing the role of the hero in the epic tale of modern Earth.  Our nation began with an act of defiance and victory so unexpected and so poetic, it cemented our cultural identity as freedom fighters for centuries to come.  Over time, our government, turning progressively corrupt, has exploited this cultural identity in order to lure Americans into committing atrocities in the name of our traditional sense of “heroism”.  We have, in fact, become the very antagonists we thought we were fighting against (there’s the delicious irony needed to round out our fairytale).

Our government’s actions surrounding Syria, for instance, have made America appear not just bloodthirsty, but also ridiculous.  The Obama Administration has taken us to the brink of World War III and left us there to stare out over the chasm.  The slightest breeze could send us plummeting.  All to generate military support for Al-Qaeda, the same organization designated by the establishment as our mortal enemy.

In the meantime, our economic system now survives solely on the whims of the Federal Reserve, a private central bank that answers to NO ONE, and writes fiscal policy without oversight.  The government is not only seeking to trigger world war, it also wants to pay for that war with money we do not have, riding debts we cannot pay, to foreign creditors we will piss off in the process of unleashing our unfunded laser guided hell.

Never has the U.S. been slathered in so much absurdity all at once.  Now, we wear the mustache…

Most of us in the Liberty Movement would agree that our country is being poisoned from within, and that our government for many decades has become an enemy of all free peoples.  But there is a very important question that we seem to have overlooked:

If America has been written as the villain, then who is meant to be the hero?

Putin Is Not Your Buddy

Lets step back from the global stage for a moment and examine the situation from a different perspective.  What if the U.S. is not just a product of corruption for corruption’s sake?  What if our new identity as the next historical evil-doer is part of a greater script, and America’s fall from grace is meant to be used to foment the success of fantastic (but fake) protagonists in an engineered fight for a “better and more centralized world”?

How many of us in the Liberty Movement cheered the diplomatic and strategic prowess of Vladimir Putin, for example, in the days leading to Obama’s “red line” attack on Syria?  We cheered because his position was correct, and his demeanor made our government look homicidal by comparison.

We cheered his letter to TIME Magazine because we are tired of being the only people pointing out the vicious parasite our political body has become, and it was exciting to be vindicated by an outside source.  We cheered his protection of Edward Snowden, a truly courageous whistle blower that exposed the terrifying Orwellian nature of the NSA.  We watch video reports from Russia Today (RT) because they give a far more accurate accounting of the facts in the U.S. than all American media entities combined.

It is easy for us to get caught up in the idea that since the West has become the bad guy, the East must now be the good guy.

The problem is, we are being played yet again.

Putin has long called for the end of the dollar’s world reserve status and the creation of a new “global structure” and a “global currency” revolving around the IMF’s Special Drawing Rights:



Is it just coincidence that Putin wants the same centralized global economy and global governance that the IMF and multiple banking elites have been calling for for years?

The same elites who created the debt crisis and currency crisis we now face in America?  Is it just coincidence that Eastern economic and political dominance over issues like Syria perfectly benefits the IMF plan for a financial shift to the BRICS nations and away from the U.S. greenback?  The same plan promoted by many American financial moguls?

Russia is a model for despotic socialized society posing as “civilized society”, and yet, our government has made America so ugly that Russia looks noble by comparison.  Putin is placed on the cover of TIME magazine everywhere in the world except the U.S., and the Washington Times responds by stating that such behavior is a sign of “America’s downward spiral in the global community”, as if we are about to be shunned from the world at large:


While RT produces fantastic journalistic pieces that are critical of American government, rarely if ever do they turn a discerning eye to Russia, and this is not just oversight.

Look carefully at the narrative that is being constructed here.  Putin is NOT our buddy.  He represents exactly what our own government now represents; globalism and naked centralized government aggression against the individual.  However, as mainstream history is being written, the story will be told that it was nations like Russia and China, and organizations like the IMF, that tried to hold back the tide of catastrophe while America, the last empire, steamrolled into thick-skulled oblivion surfing on a shockwave of fiat money and brute military vanity.

The Washington Aristocracy Is Scum, But Don’t Let That Fool You…

Most people with an extensive Liberty Movement education are well aware that false paradigms are used in politics by establishment elites in order to control social discussion and to divide the population against each other.  The Left/Right debate has been and always will be a farce, being that the leadership on both sides of the aisle have identical goals when it comes to the most important aspects of the American structure.

The elites of the Democratic and Republican parties, regardless of rhetoric, will BOTH strive for greater government power, less individual liberty, the erasure of economic sovereignty and free markets, and a dependent and enslaved public.  On these pursuits, they completely agree.

In one week, our faux leadership is to decide once AGAIN on the possibility of a debt ceiling increase that will bring us ever closer to a debt and currency avalanche event.  During past debates, much fanfare is given to the supposed conflict between the interests of the Democrats and the GOP, up until the last moment when the GOP caves in completely and allows the debt ceiling to be vaulted.  Will the same happen again in this case?

It depends on how quickly the establishment wants to bring entire roof down on our heads.

A freeze of the debt ceiling would eventually mean default on our Treasury Bonds, since our government must take on exponential debt in order to receive the benefits of the Federal Reserve’s printing press, as well as pay off our foreign creditors.

A government shutdown could slow the growth of some liabilities, but it does not account for the liabilities already in circulation, thus, we can still default.  Not to mention, our debt and currency standing could easily come into question, resulting in a bond dump or loss of reserve status.

The only option that does not result in a fast moving firestorm through our financial system is a debt ceiling increase, and how much longer can we get away with kicking the can down the road?  In any case, America is about to change for the worse, and the decision on when this is to happen was made a long time ago.  The Washington aristocracy is blatantly guilty in the instigation of our current dilemma, and my theory is, they want you to know they are the culprit, as long as you continue believing they are the ONLY culprit.

They want you to forget all about the IMF, the corporate elites, and Vladimir Putin’s involvement in the larger plan.  They want you to cheer when international banks and what’s left of the G20 rescue us after years of fiscal disaster and institute centralized global economic governance.  They want to be the only authors of this story, and what author doesn’t want to see himself placed in the role of the champion?

Just as there are false political paradigms, there are also false international paradigms.  The Liberty Movement is the wild card; an unknown quantity.  We aren’t fighting for one side or the other – we are fighting for particular principles and beliefs. The establishment’s best strategy is to co-opt our momentum by convincing us to focus on alternative opposition, or place our trust in fabricated advocates.

No matter how epically monstrous our government becomes, and no matter how satisfying their ultimate demise will be, our battle does not end with them.  It only begins with them.

Originally published by alt-market.us, you can contact the author via [email protected], or follow him on gettr or parler.


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Louis Gatto
Louis Gatto
Nov 30, 2023 6:17 PM

This piece could have been written last night. I have been feeling the same way for years. There really is only one solution.

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Nov 30, 2023 1:17 PM

In my view, Brendon O’Connell has done the best work in this area; i.e. the attempted looting and destruction of the USA. For instance:

BIRD Is The Word – Civil war In America And How They Transfer Technology To Israel Via Legislation
Uploaded to Rumble: Nov 23, 2023
Channel: Unit8200

This video describes the greatest security and espionage operation in history. Period.

[Main video first uploaded March 2019]

*News Release: DHS and Israeli Partners Announce Collaboration on Cybersecurity*
Release Date: June 30, 2022
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T), in partnership with the Israel National Cyber Directorate (INCD), has initiated the Israel-U.S. Binational Industrial Research and Development (BIRD) Cyber program, a new joint initiative managed by the BIRD Foundation, to enhance the cyber resilience of critical infrastructure in the United States and Israel.

The B.I.R.D, is the word.
1. The Bi-national Industrial Research & Development foundation.
2. The greatest security penetration…ever.
3. This is a catastrophe for the United States.
4. The Soviet Union got Israel to set up the Bi-national Science Foundation (B.S.F) in 1973 under Nixon and Henry Kissinger.
5. The B.I.R.D was set up in 1978, around the same time they set up The Talpiot Program.
5. And then they have the B.A.R.D – Bi-national Agricultural Research & Development foundation.
6. Here it is the relevant legislation forcing the US to send technology to Israel.
7. So when you see Bi Bi bragging about how clever Israeli scientists are, what he’s really saying is his Soviet era immigrant scientists are very good at stealing US technology.

And he’s now allowing open access to some of his stuff on Patreon.
(Includes links to other material; e.g. Rats in the Ranks series)

Patreon Catch Up – Patrick Bergy Exposing Roger Stone, Paul Manafort And General Flynn
Nov 29, 2023
As I do a little research on who’s who in the Trump Train Zoo…I caste myself back to the Mueller Report and the role of Paul Manafort and Roger Stone – and the links with Russian Israeli Oligarchs and Lord Jacob Rothschild’s son, Nathaniel Rothschild.

The Coming Revolution
The Coming Revolution
Nov 26, 2023 9:42 PM

The “free market” has been exposed for the myth it is by the most brilliant critique of Liberalism, Karl Polanyi in his The Great Transformation; but today, one should only look at how the countries that followed – forced to follow- IMF’s (one-size-fits-all) programs and conditionalities are faring. Check out Latin America for a case in point:

“Just as, contrary to expectation, the invention of labor-saving machinery had not diminished but actually increased the uses of human labor, the introduction of the free markets, far from doing away with the need for control, régulation, and intervention, enormously increased their range. Administrators had to be constantly on the watch to ensure the free working of the system. Thus even those who wished most ardently to free the state from all unnecessary duties, and whose whole philosophy demanded the restriction of state activities, could not but entrust the self-same state with the new powers, organs, and instruments required for the establishment of laissez-faire.” – Karl Polanyi, The Great Transformation, 1944

The problem IMO with the devastation caused by the “free market” (which, it turns out, has to be regulated anyway if the economy must survive) in emerging countries as opposed to its less devastating effects in developed countries is that the latter had already solid economic foundations and advanced social protections when the liberalisations happened so that it wouldn’t cause much social damage; that when these developed countries where less developed, there was no such savage liberalisations imposed on their economies those recommended by the IMF and others on the countries of the Global South, as there was a mature worker mouvement who force some restraint in a way that Capital and Labour grew at the same pace.

And what is a neoliberal, and a fervent promoter of the “free market” and sworn enemy of Statism? A businessman not yet bankrupt.

The (neo-) Anarchist idea that one can somehow remove the State and leave the rest of the system intact is mistaken IMO. The raison d’être of the State is in the functions it fulfils, which is to administer class conflict through both coercion and contention and so long as those functions need to be fulfilled because there still are classes, then the State will force itself into being.

Nov 25, 2023 9:37 AM

Lowkey Exposes Influential Jewish Racist in the Obama Regime


Obama was referred to as “the Jewish candidate” by Afro-American voters in Chicago.

Nov 24, 2023 1:15 PM

Some very good points but America was converted to the UNITED STATES a long time ago, a corporation that can be found on Dun & Bradstreet.

John Ervin
John Ervin
Nov 24, 2023 8:07 PM
Reply to  Freecus

As some call her, now, dba USA, INC.

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Nov 24, 2023 1:08 PM

The US is not collapsing. Instead, it’s in the process of realigning the geopolitics around the Black and Caspian seas. And they are reinstating Brzezinski’s policy for Nato, Europe and the Black Sea region.

As War in Ukraine Grinds On, U.S. Officials Focus on Black Sea
The war has major implications for the geopolitics of energy.
By Edward Hunt
November 14, 2023

US Senate Subcommittee on Europe and Regional Security Cooperation
Assessing the Department of State’s Strategy for Security in the Black Sea Region
Date: Wednesday, October 25th, 2023
[Video begins at: 17:35]

Zbigniew Kazimierz Brzeziński (March 28, 1928 – May 26, 2017), known as Zbig, was a Polish-American diplomat and political scientist. He served as a counselor to President Lyndon B. Johnson from 1966 to 1968 and was President Jimmy Carter’s National Security Advisor from 1977 to 1981. As a scholar, Brzezinski belonged to the realist school of international relations, standing in the geopolitical tradition of Halford Mackinder and Nicholas J. Spykman, while elements of liberal idealism have also been identified in his outlook. Brzezinski was the primary organizer of The Trilateral Commission.

In the 1990s he formulated the strategic case for buttressing the independent statehood of Ukraine, partially as a means to prevent a resurgence of the Russian Empire, and to drive Russia toward integration with the West, promoting instead “geopolitical pluralism” in the space of the former Soviet Union. He developed “a plan for Europe” urging the expansion of NATO, making the case for the expansion of NATO to the Baltic countries. He served as Bill Clinton’s emissary to Azerbaijan in order to promote the Baku–Tbilisi–Ceyhan pipeline. Subsequently, he became a member of Honorary Council of Advisors of U.S.-Azerbaijan Chamber of Commerce (USACC).

Baku–Tbilisi–Ceyhan Pipeline
Note the tanker routes across the Caspian Sea
The Baku–Tbilisi–Ceyhan (BTC) pipeline is a 1,768 kilometres (1,099 mi) long crude oil pipeline from the Azeri–Chirag–Gunashli oil field in the Caspian Sea to the Mediterranean Sea. It connects Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan and Ceyhan, a port on the south-eastern Mediterranean coast of Turkey, via Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia. It is the second-longest oil pipeline in the former Soviet Union, after the Druzhba pipeline. The first oil that was pumped from the Baku end of the pipeline reached Ceyhan on 28 May 2006.[1]

The pipeline is supplied by oil from Azerbaijan’s Azeri-Chirag-Guneshli oil field in the Caspian Sea via the Sangachal Terminal. This pipeline may also transport oil from Kazakhstan’s Kashagan oil field and other oil fields in Central Asia.[2] The government of Kazakhstan announced that it would build a trans-Caspian oil pipeline from the Kazakhstani port of Aktau to Baku, but because of the opposition from both Russia and Iran it started to transport oil to the BTC pipeline by tankers across the Caspian Sea.[21] Not only Kazakh, but also Turkmen oil have transported via Baku–Tbilisi–Ceyhan pipeline. Thus, in 2015, 5,2 million [what?] Kazakh and Turkmen oil were transported via this pipeline to the world markets.

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Nov 28, 2023 10:15 PM

This is the biggest geopolitical change since the break-up of the Soviet Union and it doesn’t even make a ripple!

The Trans-Caspian Gas Pipeline is a proposed subsea pipeline between Türkmenbaşy in Turkmenistan, and Baku in Azerbaijan. According to some proposals it would also include a connection between the Tengiz Field in Kazakhstan, the Sangachal Terminal in Baku, and Türkmenbaşy.[1] The Trans-Caspian Gas Pipeline project would transport natural gas from Turkmenistan and Kazakhstan to European Union member countries, circumventing both Russia and Iran. It would do this by feeding the Southern Gas Corridor. This project attracts significant interest since it would connect vast Turkmen gas resources to major consumers Turkey and Europe.[2]

The Trans-Caspian Oil Transport System is a proposed project to transport oil through the Caspian Sea from Kazakhstani Caspian oilfields to Baku in Azerbaijan for the further transportation to the Mediterranean or Black Sea coast. The main options under consideration are an offshore oil pipeline from Kazakhstan to Azerbaijan, and construction of oil terminals and oil tankers fleet.[1][2][3][4] A strong push for the project has been from the partners of the Kashagan oilfield project and in particular Total who has a share in both the field and the BTC pipeline. They have estimated that such a project would cost roughly US$4 billion. The project also faces opposition from Iran and Russia, both alternative avenues for Kazakhstan’s oil and gas who would likely object to competing pipelines being built.[2]

Armenia–NATO relations
Armenia and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization have maintained a formal relationship since 1992, when Armenia joined the North Atlantic Cooperation Council. Armenia officially established bilateral relations with NATO in 1994 when it became a member of NATO’s Partnership for Peace (PfP) programme. In 2002, Armenia became an Associate Member of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly.[1]

On 23 November 2022, opposition protestors gathered in Yerevan, led by the anti-Russian National Democratic Pole Alliance. Protestors called for the withdrawal of Armenia from the CSTO and for the country to develop closer relations with the United States and the West.[21]

Some US politicians like Sam Brownback have also campaigned for Armenia to be granted MNNA status. On 21 June 2023, Brownback stated, “Armenia is a natural long-term ally of the United States. Armenia must be given Major Non-NATO Ally Status of the US.”[22][23]

On 3 September 2023, during an interview, Armenian prime minister Nikol Pashinyan stated that it was a strategic mistake for Armenia to solely rely on Russia to guarantee its security. Pashinyan stated, “Moscow has been unable to deliver and is in the process of winding down its role in the wider South Caucasus region” and “the Russian Federation cannot meet Armenia’s security needs. This example should demonstrate to us that dependence on just one partner in security matters is a strategic mistake.” Pashinyan accused Russian peacekeepers deployed to uphold the ceasefire deal of failing to do their job. Pashinyan confirmed that Armenia is trying to diversify its security arrangements, most notably with the European Union and the United States.[24]

Victor G.
Victor G.
Nov 24, 2023 11:51 AM

“The Liberty Movement”? As in USS Liberty?
How can I join?

Nov 24, 2023 11:32 AM


Nov 24, 2023 11:37 AM
Reply to  Willem

The problem is… we need more villains. Ung, uncle Joe, Trump, Putin, terrorists, China, BRICS, they all have a half-life and it seems (to me) that the half life is decreasing. This is a problem, that may not have been as problematic in 2013 as it was in 2020. So we needed viruses at that time, which was a brilliant stroke, but unfortunately also had a half life of only a couple of months. So now we have Israel

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Nov 24, 2023 7:27 PM
Reply to  Willem

The final straw that will break your neck is to knowing that beyond;

Putin, Blackstone, WEF, IMF, BIS, Nano Lipid 666 Viruses and Vaxxes, Deep States, China Social Card mass surveillance, 15 minute cities and Digital ID, You own nothing, Pentagon, Nato, Wars everywhere, and Clima Zero bs, …your own neighbour is also betraying and is against you……………LOL.

“Why do you continue to resist Mr. Anderson?”, “Is it something called love, could it be freedom, is it peace?”.
“What is it Mr. Anderson, why, why whyyyy Mr. Anderson do you still resist???”.

brian of nazareth
brian of nazareth
Nov 24, 2023 9:51 AM

“Someone always came to save America”. Gil Scott Heron, “B movie”

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Nov 24, 2023 7:52 PM


Nov 24, 2023 9:03 AM

Watch out RuSSian propaganda slut that no ones rip of your useless, empty head and shits down your neck…anyway doesn’t change much…shit s coming anyway out…

Nov 24, 2023 6:11 AM

The 1%s new anthem.
Or should it be ours?

Nov 24, 2023 2:27 PM
Reply to  Johnny

Drums by Stewart Copeland of the Copeland CIA family. His brother ran music management bodies with the intials F.B.I. and I.R.S. that effectively controlled the so-called new wave movement.

The Police had some lovely lyrics like “they’re only gonna change this place/by killing everybody in the human race”. And ‘Walking on the Moon’ shilled for NASA’s lies.

Nov 25, 2023 3:46 PM
Reply to  Edwige

Wasn’t his dad CIA Beirut station chief?

Paul Prichard
Paul Prichard
Nov 24, 2023 4:16 AM

Your alternative update on #COVID19 for 2023-11-22. WW3 Death Totals from jab surpassed 20M. Summer died suddenly. CV death rate U70 0.07%. IOW 1-in-1500 (blog, gab, tweet, pic1, pic2, pic3, pic4).

Nov 24, 2023 3:52 AM

I wasn’t going to write on OffG anymore, but I will write this one last comment. I hope OffG will post it; I would respect them immensely, in the name of free speech, if they do of course.

The destruction of the industrialised West (including the USA) and rise of the BRICS/Eurasia is the intention due to many reasons including some hidden ones? The global establishment could be playing a very deep and long-planned game (helped along by their hidden knowledge of the world’s true history?) to gain their ultimate goal of complete control over the whole world and it will take another massive, extreme false flag(s) and WW3 which will also be used as cover to roll-out the digital concentration camp world-wide (including the Cyber Polygon psyop – the global establishment have been doing regular training events for this)?

Researching and thoroughly reading about the following work/theories/ideas will make things seem much clearer? They are all related to getting the masses all over the world completely controlled, dispossessed, and confined to living in highly dense cities (and therefore make us sitting-ducks for more depopulation?) for the up-coming cataclysm which the global establishment also mean to use to ultimately consolidate power (in the hope they will survive and rule over a much smaller and easier to manage mass of slaves in the aftermath era)? The New Silk Road/Belt and Road Initiative will be vital routes after the catastrophe?

— Mass immigration to specific areas of the world (and along with the native populations, ultimately, herded into the digital, electrified smart cities)
— The Oded Yinon Plan
— Aleksandr Dugin’s work (including on Eurasianism)
— The Heavenly Jerusalem Project (Israel 2.0 in Ukraine)
— The Noahide Code/Seven Noahide Laws
— The Belt and Road Initiative/New Silk Road
— The planet’s/plane’s cyclical approx. 12,000 year catastrophe (‘solar cataclysm’/’pole-shift’/EMPCOE which is now overdue including events similar to the Carrington event)

I hope I am completely and utterly wrong about all this of course. If true it would be completely devastating. My hope is that ‘The Law of Assumption’/’The Silva Method’/etc is closer to the truth about the nature of reality – and that is what I will be focussing on from now on; nothing to lose from doing so when I am faced with what I have outlined from all my research over the years! Is faith the ‘true reality’ and is faith actually stronger than reason and what we sense with our limited five human senses in this material world?

Nov 24, 2023 2:09 PM
Reply to  Ennes

Good comment. It would be great to see some direct links on the research you’ve done. Searching Google for The Oded Yinon Plan, The Heavenly Jerusalem Project et al is less than useless nowadays.

Nov 24, 2023 9:19 PM
Reply to  McMurphy

I did reply with links earlier. I will try it again and hope OffG will post the reply (with links); not sure why the wouldn’t, to be honest.

Nov 25, 2023 7:36 PM
Reply to  McMurphy

Third time trying to get this posted:

There are still some links around (after a bit of digging) – here are a few:

— Heavenly Jerusalem Project/Israel 2.0 (two links):



— Oded Yinon Plan:


Nov 25, 2023 3:56 PM
Reply to  Ennes

Yes, definitely. There are several slightly different ways of looking at this, but they all centre on disempowering the portal demons/their banker and corporate demons/techno-demons, and their acolytes, servants and slaves. Not for hatred or revenge, or any such motive, but to allow this level of ‘reality’ to return to a more harmonious loving and caring state. Possibly as determined in the ‘yuga’ system.

Nov 25, 2023 7:37 PM
Reply to  ariel

Interesting way of seeing things.

Nov 24, 2023 1:44 AM

Oilcan Harry was a villain. He too had a mustache:

Nov 24, 2023 1:40 AM

Oh 2013, the good times when Hu Jintao was still the leader of the CCP! If Smith would only have seen Xi Jinping >2020 in action, that smooth operator totalitairian co-villian on world stage.

les online
les online
Nov 23, 2023 11:54 PM

“Take The Jab to protect granny the kids !” < is coming ?
Didnt someone predict They’d target kids as the
spreaders of ‘Disease X’ ?

Mysterious Pneumonia Ripping Through Chinas Schools:

As always happens, The Experts Are Baffled – but
that doesnt stop Them speculating ! And, as most
Chinese wear masks (most of the time) = evidence
masks dont stop The Spread…

Deliberately sown confusion helped spread the confusion
that launched The Covid-19 Pandemic…
Into The Confusion steps the re-assuring Experts (aka – Saviors)…

Nov 23, 2023 10:53 PM

The Universe began in chaos.
It’s evolution has been chaotic and continues to be chaotic.
Logically, the world that man made will end in chaos.
We are merely players:

‘All the world’s a stage,
And all the men and women merely Players;
They have their exits and their entrances,
And one man in his time plays many parts,
His Acts being seven ages. At first, the infant,
Mewling and puking in the nurse’s arms.
Then the whining schoolboy, with his satchel
And shining morning face, creeping like snail
Unwillingly to school. And then the lover,
Sighing like furnace, with a woeful ballad
Made to his mistress’ eyebrow. Then a soldier,
Full of strange oaths and bearded like the pard,
Jealous in honor, sudden and quick in quarrel,
Seeking the bubble reputation
Even in the cannon’s mouth. And then the justice,
In fair round belly with good capon lined,
With eyes severe and beard of formal cut,
Full of wise saws and modern instances;
And so he plays his part. The sixth age shifts
Into the lean and slippered pantaloon,
With spectacles on nose and pouch on side;
His youthful hose, well saved, a world too wide
For his shrunk shank, and his big manly voice,
Turning again toward childish treble, pipes
And whistles in his sound. Last scene of all,
That ends this strange eventful history,
Is second childishness and mere oblivion,
Sans teeth, sans eyes, sans taste, sans everything.‘

Nov 24, 2023 8:33 AM
Reply to  Johnny

Cheer up. Chaos and The Uncertainty Principle might be just one of God’s little jokes. At the End of Days, when this chaotic world has ended, the dead might arise and see God.

“In my Father’s house are many mansions, most of them as yet untenanted” — Anon?

underground poet
underground poet
Nov 24, 2023 8:39 PM
Reply to  NickM

One mans ending, is another mans beginning.

Nov 23, 2023 10:28 PM

The people’s govt needs only 2 ingredients: our own lawmaking & our own currency.
Neither is beyond us, and w such legitimacy all else is automatic.

John Ervin
John Ervin
Nov 24, 2023 8:14 PM
Reply to  Penelope

“Untenanted?” Sounds like many suburbs seen in USA, Inc. after the 2008 bankster scandals.

Repo/foreclosure en masse.

I met a guy in 2010, recently evicted from his 3 story mansion with swimming pool etc, living in a beach parking lot in his high end Lexus, with only his cat. Outside of the cat, his change of clothes, and enough cat food, nada. For many moons when we met.

Nov 23, 2023 10:19 PM

On social media there has been a lot of discussion in the last year about the political theory of a war between the two rival elite factions of the American establishment isince the 1960s known as “The Yankee and Cowboy War,” and its current version and relationship with the Trump movement

The following tells the details on the history of the Cowboy and Yankee War between the two main factions of American elites in the 1960s-70s, how it then changed and merged to become the Uniparty, and where we are today with their war against the neo-Cowboy Trump movement. See: The Uniparty and Cowboy War

Nov 24, 2023 4:02 PM
Reply to  kana

But Trump’s a yankee.

John Ervin
John Ervin
Nov 24, 2023 8:16 PM
Reply to  SeamusPadraig

Well, yes, but an honorary Confederate secessionist, admittedly on the QT. [When Berlin, Stuttgart, and Dusseldorf all secede, anyway.]

Thomas Paine
Thomas Paine
Nov 24, 2023 6:46 PM
Reply to  kana

Sounds like a warped version of the Gemstone Files.

Thomas Paine
Thomas Paine
Nov 23, 2023 8:56 PM

Reading this is hard.

Well, I get that the debt ceiling, whatever that is, means that the US is, what? being attacked? on the way down? Something ironic, of course. Otherwise, Greek to me.

Nov 24, 2023 9:19 AM
Reply to  Thomas Paine

“Annual income $10,000,000,000 praise. Annual expenditure $10,000,000,001 blame.” — POTU$A Micawber.

les online
les online
Nov 23, 2023 7:51 PM

Some of the public transport buses in Sydney (NSW) have moustaches*, and the drivers are quite friendly…So not all moustachio’d are bad guys…(* painted on, of course)…

Nov 23, 2023 7:26 PM

Dr Frantz Fanon:
Sometimes people hold a core belief that is very strong. When they are presented with evidence that works against that belief, the new evidence cannot be accepted. It would create a feeling that is extremely uncomfortable, called cognitive dissonance. And because it is so important to protect the core belief, they will rationalize, ignore and even deny anything that doesn’t fit in with the core belief.

I simply call it American Acceptionalism…

a·mer·i·can ac·​cep·​tion·​al·​ism
/əˈmerəkən/ \ ak-ˈsep-shnə-ˌli-zəm\


1. people that believe in the myth of american exceptionalism that are living in delusion and denial. So once confronted with the fact that THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA CORPORATION is in fact an empire, not unlike the Roman or British empires before it, they vehemently deny the truth, and defend the American empire anyway.

‘Murica! Fcuk yeah!

Victor G.
Victor G.
Nov 23, 2023 6:19 PM

Thank you, OG for republishing this piece. For all it’s rankness, the stench of BS fades fast. A fresh whiff keeps one on one’s toes.
Allow me to thank the author as well for putting me in my place with my “childish notions of history”.
The USofAs is doomed. This is a great thing. We’ll see what comes after. It will take decades to equal the harm the USofAs has wreaked upon humanity over the past 245 years.

Nov 24, 2023 5:09 AM
Reply to  Victor G.

When a person is healthy, has money to spare and is immersed in dogma, the option of being prudent or considerate may be a joke. US could have learnt from the Roman Empire as the author suggested, but dogma and a rigged system subverted it from the outset.

Nov 23, 2023 5:06 PM

“It’s the 1%, stupid!” Yes. the elite rich with their mercenary and management class is the tiny minority of Humanity we need to place in strict limits.

I suggest y’all publish some of Michael Hudson’s work. He brings a level of analysis and clarity that cuts through the false binaries of the 1% ruling elite confusionist narratives. Some may flinch at his prescriptions of jubilee and 100% public owned and controlled Public Banking system, but this is the only way forward for Humanity to keep the rich from running us as their empire. But his cred, built through actual inside-the-system experience, like Chomsky used to be, is impeccable. This recent interview is an example…


Nov 23, 2023 7:58 PM
Reply to  sandy

‘It’s the technology, stupid.’ Smart hypnosis phones. The ability to track devices even when they’re turned off, CBDCs which give them absolute power over

Nov 23, 2023 8:12 PM
Reply to  ariel

every expense which passeth through the system. The ‘smart grid’ and the ultimate backhaul of every bit of data, everywhere. Nothing ‘hidden.’ While poisoning you through its use. At this point your thoughts are still your own, as long as you don’t externalise them.
They’ve got the technology mostly in place. If we don’t refuse this, with whatever degree of force is necessary, this is exactly what we will get. Imprisonment.
We have been warned.

Nov 24, 2023 9:34 AM
Reply to  ariel

And how, pray, does Ariel post his message on this website? By carrier pigeon?

Evolution rules, OK? Evolution of life, evolution of technology, evolution of this whole inscrutable Universe.

“”Darwin among the Machines” is an article published in The Press newspaper on 13 June 1863 in Christchurch, New Zealand, which references the work of Charles Darwin in the title. Written by Samuel Butler the article raised the possibility that machines were a kind of “mechanical life””

Nov 24, 2023 1:37 PM
Reply to  NickM

Side effects, unexpected consequences. The operation was a success, but the patient died. The ‘hidden’ /aka ‘occult’ is not necessarily totally inscrutable, but certainly is intentionally obscured.
We do our best to manage ‘under the circumstances,’ and ameliorate the damage.
I’m writing at the end of a hundred metre ethernat cable. I didn’t raalise I was EMF=sensitive originally, even though I could actually see the transmissions coming to certain phones. Only after a few years did I become aware of the physical effects, so I invested in RF meters. Acoustimeter AM-10, for instance. Reads 200MHz-8GHz. Avoid wi-fi as much as possible.
And I didn’t even mention the jab..

Nov 24, 2023 8:18 PM
Reply to  ariel

Hospitals, with RF everywhere and now the post plandemic totalitarianism virus, are some of the deadliest places on earth.

BTW, you can software disable RF in your router and direct ethernet connect from the router to powerline adapters that use your house wiring as a hardwired network distribution system. Plug into any house AC outlet. No WiFi, no 5G. faster, safer, quieter. been using it since 2017. Now that we have a new local fibre-optic provider, we are saying no to the overlords and their IoT totalitarianism.

Nov 25, 2023 4:04 PM
Reply to  sandy

Great idea, but unfortunately all the house people are continually on wifry. So it’s ethernet or die.

Nov 24, 2023 9:20 PM
Reply to  ariel

Unfortunately the subtitles are too blurred for me to read

Nov 23, 2023 8:30 PM
Reply to  sandy

Cor! That was a great read. Many thanks for the link.

Nov 24, 2023 5:13 AM
Reply to  sandy

Hudson is also eminently readable, even in complex aspects, because he is not constrained by having to cover up for the monsters.

Nov 23, 2023 4:13 PM

Very prescient. Why, ten years ago, before the Covid-hoax, I was Putin’s leading fan! Now I see things quite differently, of course; but this guy had them all clocked even back then.

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Nov 23, 2023 3:56 PM

The decline of the British Empire saw the implosion of cultural colonialism, and the rise of corporate colonialism, which centralized immense power into the hands of the banking class as the new official oligarchs of our modern era.

That was just a re-ordering of the City of London (aka Central Banking) Empire. Moreover, that empire drove all the major events of the last hundred years or so. The World Wars (I & II) destroyed or subjugated most of the competing nations or empires – and this included the US with the imposition of the Federal Reserve. Sometimes, the City of London empire could do its own dirty work (e.g. Iran 1978-79), but if overstretched was liable to get itself into a mess (e.g. Suez). Consequently, it was much safer to get the American attack dog to dispose of uppity vassals – Saddam, Gaddafi, etc.

With regard to the central theme of the article, I agree there’s been a plan over the last few decades to weaken the US. For instance, I just posted the following in reply to an Iain Davis comment.

Iain Davis:

By splitting the world into more manageable “regions” and localising supply chains the nation state can be further diminished in subservience to the “region.” Instead of 194 competing voices you just have half a dozen or so competing regions or “poles.” Thus making genuine “global governance” more feasible, not less. This is something that groups like Milner’s Kindergarten, the Rockefeller’s research project and the WEF have been discussing for a long time.


My Reply

The problem for the Globalists (aka Multipolarists) is that one of those regions (i.e. the USA) has a military which is substantially stronger than any of the others. And it dominates an alliance (i.e. Nato) which is increasing in strength and extent. Moreover, the USA has the capacity to unilaterally withdraw from Globalist institutions and agreements – such as the WHO and Paris Climate Accords. In order to get to their goal of “manageable regions”, the Globalists presumably wanted to weaken both the USA and Nato. This seemed to be the plan, but the recent reversal by Kissinger (see below) would indicate that it’s not working out as intended. Would you agree?

Trump on Strengthening Nato

February 28, 2022

“I hope everyone is able to remember that it was me, as President of the United States, that got delinquent NATO members to start paying their dues, which amounted to hundreds of billions of dollars,” Trump said in a statement. “Also, it was me that got Ukraine the very effective anti-tank busters (Javelins) when the previous Administration was sending blankets,” he said. “Let History so note!”

Kissinger on Pax Americana

May 26, 2023
Henry Kissinger Surveys the World as He Turns 100

He now believes that Ukraine—“now the best-armed country in Europe”— belongs in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. “I’m in the ironical position that I was alone when I opposed membership, and I’m nearly alone when I advocate NATO membership.” He would like the terms of the war’s end to include the return to Ukraine of all territory with the controversial exception of Crimea. “For Russia, the loss of Sevastopol, which was always not Ukrainian in history, would be such a comedown that the cohesion of the state would be in danger. And I think that’s not desirable for the world after Ukraine.”

Mr. Kissinger leaves no doubt that he believes in a Pax Americana and in the need “to defend the areas of the world essential for American and democratic survival.” But the ability to “execute it politically,” he says, “has declined sharply, and that is our overriding problem now.” He ascribes this political weakness to a decline in belief in the U.S. in its own historical ambitions and institutions. “There’s no element of pride and direction and purpose left,” he laments, as American leaders grapple with angst generated by events of “300 years ago.”

Nov 24, 2023 1:54 AM

The globalists didn’t want multiple poles as that is harder to manage. They are just trying to cope with the present situation. No dictator wants to share, have competition.

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Nov 24, 2023 2:15 AM
Reply to  Antonym

I agree with Iain’s point regarding manageability, but I don’t see that as the main reason for the BRICS model. Instead, the USA is the main blockage in the way of the Great Reset in that it can decide unilaterally to ignore Globalist policies and institutions. The BRICS has been developed as a challenge to US domination. For it to be effective, however, each member state must be of a substantial size – and it wouldn’t work very well if it involved a multitude of small nations. After the intended collapse of the US, the Globalists would presumably rearrange everything again – and this may involve breaking up the BRICS nations.

John Ervin
John Ervin
Nov 23, 2023 3:43 PM

Set up as History’s Patsies ? A nation of LHOs?

John Ervin
John Ervin
Nov 24, 2023 8:26 PM
Reply to  John Ervin

I forgot to mention, taking a clue or a cue, or maybe just a lick: from our ancestral Ice cream company, “Baskin Robbins 31 ‘Flavors'”

31 flavors of Patsy. A continuum LOL.

As purposefully isolated as most have been made here within our own borders (with glass ceilings) we are played in one way or another by our often unseen handlers as some kind of Patsy, LHO Lite.

Perhaps, but countless kinds of Patsy, just the same. I was seeing that in grammar school in the 1950s, in a rich town then, though I didn’t know how to name it or describe it. That came gradually with all the poetry. [Yeats, in memoriam: “Mad Ireland hurt you into poetry.”]

But seeing it early made all the difference in life, really.