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Wait, so is this some kind of hoax, or is QAnon doing bombings now?


A mystery-shrouded monument in the US state of Georgia was severely damaged in an explosion early on Wednesday. It was later demolished entirely, for safety reasons.

State and local authorities are investigating the incident as a bombing. The granite Georgia Guidestones were built in 1980 and featured messages for humanity in eight languages with a dedication to the “Age of Reason.”

The preliminary information indicates that unknown individuals detonated an explosive device at around 4:00 a.m. on Wednesday, July 6th,” the Georgia Bureau of Investigation said in a statement, adding that authorities in Elbert County asked for its assistance with the investigation. The site is currently cordoned off until bomb disposal technicians can examine it.

One of the wings of the monument has been “completely destroyed” and the capstone damaged, according to Christopher Kubas, executive vice president of the Elberton Granite Association.

Helicopter footage taken by the Greenville, South Carolina-based WYFF-TV shows one of the four vertical pillars in pieces on the ground, with two major chunks missing from the horizontal slab on top of the monument.

“I am sad for the US and for the world,” said Kubas, pointing out that the monument was a major tourist attraction, with up to 20,000 people coming to visit every year.

While the messages inscribed on the monument were considered controversial by some, Kubas said they may have been meant for some future generations, “after maybe a cataclysmic event,” to avoid making the same mistakes as their ancestors.

Video released by the GBI on Wednesday evening show a silver sedan approaching the monument, and the moment of the explosion. No suspects have been identified yet.

“For safety reasons, the structure has been completely demolished,” the GBI said on Wednesday evening.

Envisioned as the US version of the famous Stonehenge megalith in England, the Georgia Guidestones were carved out of local granite in 1979 and unveiled in 1980. The mystery man who commissioned the monument, who used the pseudonym Robert C. Christian, said he represented “a small group of loyal Americans,” and paid top dollar for the makers to follow his very specific plans.

The structure is located about 90 miles (140 km) east of the city of Atlanta, at an elevation of 750 feet (230m) above sea level. It was exactly 19 feet 3 inches (5.87m) tall and incorporated 107 metric tons of granite.

“Let these be guidestones to an Age of Reason,” said a smaller plaque erected off to the side. On the pillars themselves, ten messages were carved in eight languages – English, Spanish, Swahili, Hindi, Hebrew, Arabic, Chinese, and Russian. It was not clear which languages were on the pillar that was destroyed.

So, we’re going to do some quick background here, as I assume many of the readers don’t even know what this is.

I was involved in the early 00s conspiracy movement, so I’m very familiar with the Georgia Guidestones. Basically, throughout the 1990s and up through 2010 or so, most “alternative media” had been spun off of shortwave radio. The shortwave radio right-wing conspiracy movement was (probably) created by the CIA as a way to keep people prone to radicalism from becoming communists or in some way developing anti-American sentiment. It was all extremely patriotic and pro-American, and also alleged a communist conspiracy against America, that was linked to Freemasonry.

Though I do think the movement was created by the CIA (probably), it was basically a free for all, where anyone who could afford a few hundred dollars worth of equipment could start broadcasting on a shortwave, and spreading various informations. This is what Alex Jones emerged from, though Jones was at the tail end of it, and at the beginning of creating an internet version of the shortwave right-wing conspiracy movement.

Overall, a lot of what these people said was true, but it was also linked into stuff about UFOs, and other nonsense. Alex took a pretty hard line against UFOs, while also sometimes claiming they existed but they were coming from secret underground US military bases. Alex is a lot different now than he was then.

The biggest change in the direction of the fringe right-wing happened as a result of 4chan, when people started talking about the Jews a lot more. There was a fair amount of talk about the Jews on shortwave, though it was usually in the context of Jews being behind communism, and it was often drowned-out by Freemasonry stuff. William Cooper was by far the most infamous shortwave broadcaster, and he put together a very long (it’s 30+ hours, and it’s still available on series about “Mystery Babylon,” which linked all of history going back to ancient Egypt to an Illuminati Freemasonic cult.

When looking at these shortwave people, you have to consider it in context: they didn’t have the internet, so sharing notes was much more complicated. They also just had to buy books, which were often difficult to find, and there was also an issue of not being able to really decipher between real books and fake documents. We now know that the Club of Rome and the Bilderberg Group were real, their publications that circulated were real, while the “leaked Navy alien autopsy” documents Cooper published were a hoax. Project Bluebeam was another fake document that said NASA was claiming to use a Hologram to do a massive sky-projection of a fake return of Jesus. The Bohemian Club was real, and all of these politicians really were going to Bohemian Grove to do some kind of mock human sacrifice to an owl god.

The Georgia Guidestones were also real, and they were often pointed to as an important part of this global conspiracy, which at its core wanted to create a one-world government run by an elite minority who would reduce the population in order to create a technological utopia. The Georgia Guidestones literally said this – that they wanted to reduce the global population to 500 million and create some kind of one-world new age religion.

I don’t really think there is a contiguous freemasonic conspiracy going back to ancient Babylon or Egypt, unless you’re just talking about Jews, but on the whole, I think the shortwave radio conspiracy movement was right about more than they were wrong about.

So, a lot of this kind of stuff took a backseat over the last 10-15 years or so, given that people began to focus more on obvious things that were happening right in front of them. Remember, in the 1990s and 2000s, you didn’t have all this weird stuff happening right in front of you (other than 9/11), so these people were mostly making predictions, many of which proved to be correct. When Pizzagate started, and then QAnon, you had a kind of resurgence of a lot of this stuff. It felt to me like deja vu all over again when I looked at QAnon saying things that were true and mixing it with just weird made-up stuff that they had no evidence for.

Alex Jones, to his credit, denounced QAnon, but there was still a lot of overlap, because Alex’s entire narrative for 30 years has been that the world is run by a group of satanic pedophile cannibals trying to create a global Antichrist government. But he denounced the fake stuff, and denounced the claim that Donald Trump is secretly working against the satanic pedophiles.

But Alex Jones, along with David Icke, talked constantly about the Georgia Guidestones, which also became a centerpiece of QAnon material. During Stop the Steal, when Alex was in Georgia he took the time to go visit the Georgia Guidestones and do a view on it.

Video Link

In basically any of David Icke’s lectures, from the late 1990s up through more recently when he was grounded by censorship and the virus (and probably age, frankly), he would mention the Georgia Guidestones. (I can’t find any clips of that because of censorship, but the videos of his 4 hour long powerpoint presentations have to be available somewhere.)

The Georgia Guidestones are something worth pointing to, because it is really telling that some anonymous person built this stone monument describing a plan for a world government. But it’s not really any different than what we can read going all the way back to H.G. Wells and others associated with the League of Nations, and then all of these other groups up through the World Economic Forum, which just publishes this stuff on their public website now.

The QAnon people are the ones among the right who are really unhinged, so they would be the obvious culprits in a Georgia Guidestone bombing. Remember that guy went into Comet Pizza with a gun to “free the children from the basement.” QAnon are basically normies, usually on the lower end of the IQ spectrum, who freak out when they find out they’ve been lied to about everything and then don’t know what to believe, and like the 1990s shortwave people, can’t tell the difference between what is real and what isn’t (although with Q that is an IQ issue, whereas in 1990s shortwave, it was a lack of internet resources, and the fact that things really were kept secret back then, whereas now there aren’t really any secrets and you can just read this globalist agenda on all kinds of different websites).

That said, this bombing could be some kind of false flag hoax, to be spun into a narrative about an underground movement of QAnon terrorists. Obviously, doing a bombing is retarded, but it might have been real. We’ll probably be able to figure it out based on how the media responds and whether or not someone is arrested. Of course, someone being arrested doesn’t prove it wasn’t a hoax, because the FBI is mass-grooming mentally unstable people on the internet and trying to provoke them to violence.

It’s a weird thing for me, having heard about this monument since the 1990s on shortwave radio on my grandma’s porch. Life ends up being like a novel, with setups and payoffs.

(Republished from The Daily Stormer by permission of author or representative)
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  1. A. Clifton says: • Website

    so, how many Dallas Cowboys {Black-fornicating with white whores} were there at the Alamo ?

    that’s how many – {{{{JEWS}}} are in the Old Testament.

    GOOD NEWS : No one on Earth HAS to be a {{{JEW}}}.

    Matthew 13:39-43.

    Economic Justice……make straight the way – Re-segregate.

    • Replies: @Truth
  2. Probably not a false flag, since no one was killed and it’s barely being reported in the mainstream media.

    • Replies: @Haxo Angmark
  3. Replace it with the Biden guiding stones, looks the same but every sentence carved on it is about “you know, the thing, man!” A miniature Harris guiding stones can have inscriptions about the value of stop talking when people look at you in a strange way when you talk.

    • Replies: @Exalted Cyclops
  4. bwuce wee says:

    these ‘guidestones’ are globalist crap. no one knows who actually invented them and put them up. hushhush. i seriously doubt if black people put them up. it was you guessed it- big whitey. so we just went through the last several years removing all the big whitey statues around the country(especially in the south in places like virginia- and georgia!), you know all those white supremecists like george washington and abe lincoln- so how can it be a surprise that the big whitey georgia guidestones got an attempt at removal? i can tell you one thing tho’- george soros gonna be pissed!

  5. I’m not a demolitions expert, but I wonder what kind of explosive/amount would a person need to damage those giant stones? It doesn’t look like a truck full of fertilizer or a jetplane was used here. Is this damage able to be done by the average Qanon low IQ guy Anglin describes, or would someone need better “stuff” and the requisite knowledge to use it?

  6. Zeus says:

    “QAnon are basically normies, usually on the lower end of the IQ spectrum, who freak out when they find out they’ve been lied to about everything…”

    Andrew, are you totally sure those guys aren’t the sane ones? Maybe they’re not low I.Q. at all. Have there been studies done on this? If so, could you please cite them in future.

  7. Please don’t call that the American Stonehenge, but the American Slabhenge. Don’t call that the Georgia guiding stones, but the George Soros sliding tombslabs. This monument was without any concern for beauty.

  8. The Age of Reason?

    What nonsense….it will always be about RACIAL TRIBAL MEMBERSHIP……And don’t ever forget this…

    When you are voted into White Racial Minority within the borders of the US….at gunpoint you be forced into chattel slavery on Ophra Winfrey’s Plantation……

    All the Young White Mothers who watched Ophra Winfrey on TV during the 80s and 90s you made her a multibillionaire……and your White Sons and White Grandsons will be forced into chattel slavery on Ophra Winfrey’s Plantation…..You will live to see this event occurring….

    No one is going to rescue your White Sons…and Grand Sons…..POTUS Stacy Amin Abrams-FEMALE IDI AMIN will make sure of this…..

    Enjoy your Cuck Constitution Worship Fantasies…..then wipe yer filthy arse with yer precious Constitution…..

    It was aways about wielding RACE POWER!!!!!….Still is….

    • Disagree: thotmonger
    • Replies: @Chris Moore
  9. @American Citizen

    “Earmuff” charge, 4-5lb of gelly number 3 or upwards (Knauerit is best),
    two seismic (= high-precision) caps; it doesn´t take a genius.

    Hey – what you´re looking at me for ?!

    • LOL: Irish Savant
    • Replies: @Anon
  10. @American Citizen

    Right. Fake news. Anything powerful enough to shatter granite would have destroyed the entire complex and left a crater….and then the rest of the giant monoliths were demolished and carted away overnight?

  11. @American Citizen

    I bought pounds of gunpowder for reloading ammo. Stuff some in a confined cylinder with a homemade fuse and it will demolish those slabs, a house, just about anything you may come in contact with. It’s not rocket science.

    • Thanks: American Citizen
    • Replies: @Harold Smith
  12. Anonymous[859] • Disclaimer says:

    I’m a fairly well-informed guy and I’ve never heard of this monument. But now having learned about it— along with shortwave conspiracy theorists, QAnon, et al.— I feel a bit more retarded.

    At first blush this seems like a CIA operation to distract and thereby occupy a certain percentage of the population.

    According to EMJ the counterculture drug movement started as a CIA program to pacify and neuter the anti-war movement. They modeled their game plan on Huxley’s Brave New World and fiddled around looking for “soma” (the drug that would pacify, distract, and neuter the population and make docile and decrease their fecundity). LSD was a flop.

    But now it’s obvious where they arrived out with their search for soma. Marijuana.

    Video Link

    • Replies: @Anymike
  13. America has entered the abyss of monumental despair…

    It is very unlikely that you can reason your way out of this very deep pit

    You must understand the world you with your gut…..your racial gut reaction

    Anything else is in the realm of the abnormal

    Constitution Tards are abnormal Cucks

    Patriotards are abnormal Cucks

    In China….the Han are all about RACE!!!!

    A man without a RACE….is a dead man….

  14. Putin blew up the Guidestones. (Just like it was Putin who pushed over Biden when he stood straddling his bike.) He did it because he hates our freedoms.

  15. Emslander says:

    Somebody was surely quick to pull it all down.

    Have no idea what the crap this is all about, but it sure looks like a conspiracy to me. Remember, CNN is headquartered just west of that thing.

    • Agree: Dumbo, The True Nolan
    • Replies: @thotmonger
    , @Anon
  16. Blows your mind, n’cest pas?

    They’re obviously burying the evidence before folks really get onto their NWO depopulation scheme.

  17. anon[813] • Disclaimer says:

    Right, when Birchers became figures of fun, CIA needed a synthetic faction opposed to the UN. So shortwave.

    From the outset the UN stood for nothing but rule of law, and rule of law threatens impunity. So CIA spawned associations (never just opinions, but controllable closed groups) to scare each other about the new world order. But that was just one front of an all-out attack on the UN. Another front was FBI intimidation, infiltration, and corruption of the Secretariat (Hazzard, Countenance of Truth.) Another front was “two birds with one stone,” doing illegal war shit cause you can, in the hope of discrediting rule of law as ineffective and anarchic. Another was anticorruption, jerking UNO agencies’ funding around (The WHO is the latest refinement of this, corporate funding and control.) Another anti-UN front is NGOs, which CIA has been proliferating since the 60s (classic example: WEF!)

    Wells’ fiction describes world government, but as a complement he also wrote The Rights of Man, a human rights prototype, and human rights drives CIA up the wall to this day. CIA patronizes the League of Nations as idealism but it’s actually legalism. The League’s extant successor is actually Group of Nations in Support of the UN Charter – and that’s everybody who’s on our side: Algeria, Angola, Belarus, Bolivia, Cambodia, China, Cuba, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Eritrea, Iran, the Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Nicaragua, Russia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Syria, and Venezuela and Palestine. Countries that don’t take CIA shit, basically.

  18. The larger framework for understanding the rocks in Georgia:

    The Democratic Party will always be about nonwhite RACE POWER!!!!

    Just ask Stacy Amin Abrams….

    Only a faggot White Cuck grounds his identity on worshipping the Constitution…..

  19. Chris Moore says: • Website
    @War for Blair Mountain

    It was aways about wielding RACE POWER!!!!!….Still is….

    Oy! Oy! Race is a social construct! All the Chosen Ones say so! Ignore Israel behind the curtain! That doesn’t count! Jews are a special exception! Oy! Oy! Because Holocaust! Everyone’s in a agreement on that… except race-obsessed anti-Semites! Why are you so obsessed with the Chosen Race?!? Oy vey! You vracist!

    • LOL: Bro43rd
  20. Clif High says we are moving into Sci-fi World. That may well be true. I was watching the SpaceX Rocket landing and thought similar how it was to the old Robert A. Heinlein novels, where people landed rockets vertically.

    UFOs are real. The government admits it and too many credible people have seen them.

    John Lennon describes seeing a UFO over New York

    Muhammad Ali on UFOs

    • Replies: @Anymike
  21. @RoatanBill

    Can you buy smokeless powder in Honduras?

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
    , @Joe Paluka
  22. Ah, shortwave. Use to listen to National Vanguard broadcasts on shortwave, back in the 90s, when “Nazi” stuff was edgy.

    More recently, shortwave broadcasting has been dominated, both in terms of time and of funding, by the Overcomer Ministry of Brother Stair, whom I’ve monitored and written about on Counter-Currents many a time. Brother Stair has been ranting 24/7 on shortwave for 50 years, both predicting the End Times and trying to bring it about (when the entire world has heard the Gospel, the End Times begin).

    Bro. Stair had a kind of honesty about him: he lived humbly with his cult on a farm in SC, unlike those megachurch evangelists he often denounced. He raised money only for his 24/7 world wide broadcasts, thus keeping shortwave stations and antennae alive in the internet age, when, as you say, everyone else moved to the web. (Of course, he also had a website, and even an iPhone app so you could listen anytime, all day).

    The Bible gave Stair enough to worry about, what with the Antichrist “coming down with great wrath,” along with the Catholic Church (the Whore of Babylon) and “the daughters of the whore” (all Protestant denominations, except him). He did ocassionally mention things like the Guidestones, or Planet X, but only to document how crazy the world was becoming, so quit your job, sell all you have, and come down to SC and hide out on the farm.

    Unfortunately, although not greedy, Bro. Stair, like so many Christian spokesmen, could not keep it in his pants. He was arrested and jailed twice for massive numbers of sexual assaults (he explained that like St. Paul, the authorities were sending him to the “prison house”). A couple years ago, despite predicting that he would be beheaded by the Pope before the Second Coming, he died, aged 88 (denouncing doctors and medicine to the end). The broadcasts still continue, though, busted prophecies and all, since there’s plenty of money to be made.

    “The Copypasta Apocalypse: From Jesus to Gendron, via Brother Stair”

  23. @TheAntidoteToToxins

    then the rest of the giant monoliths were demolished and carted away overnight?

    Just like the WTC remains. It’s not like it’s a crime scene or anything, right?

  24. There was a guy on conspiranormal podcast a couple of months ago who spent years investigating the details. He claimed that the guidestones were erected by a conservative whacko hobbyist who had a large amount of money. I forget the details but I remember he lived for many years in a small town in Iowa where everybody knew him as the richest guy in town and to be avoided because he was just too damn weird. He died quietly ten years ago or something.

    i .e. totally unconnected with the CIA or the Skull and Bones or the Bilderberg Group or whatnot.

    It was one of those shows that barely held my interest for 60 minutes but did sound totally plausible. Other than having the utterly irrelevant hobby of investigating who erected the georgia guidestones the podcast host and guest sounded like reasonable articulate fellows. It was 60 minutes better spent than watching the New England Patriots football company. : )

    • Replies: @Emil Nikola Richard
  25. @James of Africa

    Disagree, through there is something to be said for it. Instead the rebuilt stones should be renamed as Borehenge, to be appropriately festooned with The Art of Bore, the collected aphorisms of Joe Tzu, Wokeunduh’s greatest master of 666-D strateegery whose early exploits as a warrior-lifeguard fighting the dreaded Romanz and their Centurion Corn-Pop are the stuff of legend….

    *The journey of 1000 gaffes begins with a single misstep.

    *A journey greater than ten thousand miles begins by stepping off a cliff.

    *Never trust a piano player who uses both hands to wave at the audience.

    *You can always find a plan if you use a good teleprompter.
*To dismount with dignity. First take your foot out of the stirrup.

    *When your enemy approaches, unexpectedly fall from your mount; and in the following confusion, boldly crawl away!

    *Planning is a form of laziness.
*You cannot go to a 7-11 or Dunkin Donuts without having a slight Indian accent. I kid you not.

    *I don’t shake hands with the air, the air shakes my hands.
*So the best way to get something done…If you ..If you hold near and dear to you that you.. uh… like to be able to uh…….. anyway.
*Know your enemy as I do, you will stumble, lose many midterms, shake many invisible hands.
*Become your own greatest enemy.

    *Shake hands with the air! Your opponent will wonder at what person he’s not seeing!
*Always speak in garbled tongues. It is better to walk it back than to stride forward.

    *Always greet effusively people who don’t exist. Your enemies will understand this as a sign of perspicacity: You see things that others do not.

    *We planned and run the war, but Ze didnttell us that we fucked up. Shame on him!

    *By doing almost everything, nothing is achieved.

    *If your strategy is seen as failing against a first enemy, apply it against a stronger enemy to confirm it doesn’t work.

    *Though a warrior may gain victory over a thousand Corn Pops, still greater is victory over thyself.

    *Fervently believe your own disinformation.
*When climbing stairs, better to fall repeatedly and make yourself look weak. That way, people will never be able to tell how weak you actually are.

    *If one can defeat himself he need not be defeated by another.

    *When there is nothing left to do, you can cross your arms. There is no need to do it running.
*When you don’t know what you’re doing, neither does your enemy.
    *Never look a gift horse in the mouth; sniffing the nether regions is my way or the high way. To Hunter go the spoils.
    *When you have failed as a general, boldly become a ‘woman.’ Wars are won in the concubine’s bedchamber.
    *I’ve said it before: self defeat can be defeated. But you have to defeat it yourself.
*The supreme art of war is to fight without winning.

    *The government is 70 percent right 30 percent of the time.

    These are culled from the good folks over at Moon of Alabama, who’ve come up with an ever-expanding list of Joe’s aphorisms picked from the most heavily used part of the Depends pile.

    • LOL: Irish Savant
  26. @Kolya Krassotkin

    Yes indeed. Evil Putler put in his invisibility suit, hopped onto departing hypersonic missile, pushed over the stones with his pinky after jumping off, then hopped aboard another passing missile and jumped off when passing over Kremlin on its final glide into Kiiiiiv. Busy day. Moose and squirrel sad.

  27. Cris M. says:

    – Think it’s unfortunate. There have been many mind twists put forth, some by the many cons, and others who make messages, ‘unabomber’ manifesto, feel free to read, nevermind right left bs, there’s about five pages that matter, copy, reread a few times, another would be the guidestones. guide. stones.

    It was a guide, but because the people put breeding as more important than earth, the ‘populn under five hundrd’ whatever is what people focused, and with world govmt, juvenile misfocus, instead of read the rest, and Stop breeding and pay attention And make Other people Stop breeding and pay attention so psycopaths wouldn’t take our freedom and destroy earth.

    Only a sentence and a half, knock out number six, then in five eliminate ‘courts’ bs, and rewrite protect all’ with words effort and deserving, the rest is recipe for life focus.

    The only bit of mental twist was from ignoring, itself, because of ignorance gone on, then constant increase threat tactics, even people who agreed with populn part reticent to voice agree because assumed agreeing populn needs to come down meant agree with being murdered by the psychos, but should have seen it differently, as reason to restrain population ourselves. Big losses to earth going on, worse than most know.

    Appreciate whomever made the stones, probably not around now. It think is fitting they destroyed it. Maybe more will think of it now, suggest also dig some pages worth reading out of kaczynski’s manifesto.

    bye stones, nice knowin’ ya.

  28. We have an active crime scene, and it is demolished overnight without investigation. DHS should have determined if it was a terror attack. Now where do I remember something similar? Oh, yeah-this is the same MO as the WTC bombings!

    • Agree: Bel Darrow
  29. Alrenous says: • Website

    Without Satan, the Satanists can’t even keep their slabs of stone standing.

    Whether the person who did it thought they were a false flag or not, the actual effect is the world is now lesser by one monument to lies. Agent of Nemesis.

    • Agree: David Homer
    • Disagree: Je Suis Omar Mateen
    • Replies: @Alrenous
  30. Looks like a cross between the Space Odyssey monolith and Stonehenge with a cheap ass chainlink fence and a gravel parking lot.

    So dissapointing, would have thought the NWO would take more pride in their monuments.

    • Replies: @Bel Darrow
  31. @Harold Smith

    I don’t think so. I gave all my reloading equipment to a friend back in Texas before we left.

    The only way to legally purchase weaponry is via a single organization that I suspect is military controlled.

    If you peruse that site, you’ll notice a reasonable selection of hand gun calibers, some 12 gauge shotguns but a miserable selection of long guns. The military and other security forces use IWI Tavor 5.56 as standard issue. I’d really like a Tavor shotgun, but it’s unobtainable.

  32. @The Alarmist

    How do you bury evidence that hundreds of thousands of people have previously seen and photographed?

    • Replies: @Emslander
    , @Anymike
  33. @Harold Smith

    Why would you want to go smokeless in Honduras when the cigars are so good and cheap?

    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
  34. Emslander says:
    @Jim Bob Lassiter

    The evidence of a bombing. I think that bombing private property is still a crime.

    There would have been powder and burn remnants, as well as fingerprints on any parts of the bomb not vaporized. There would have been bomb parts. None of those were photographed by tourists.

    It was very clearly a quick coverup operation involving local government officials.

  35. @James J. O'Meara

    Everything about this “bombing” stinks like a week old can of tuna in a New York alley.

  36. @James J. O'Meara

    I first encountered Brother Stair not on shortwave radio, but scanning the AM band while driving on the interstate late at night. Every half hour or so he would blow through what sounded like a ram’s horn. I can still hear him saying, “Keep your eyes on Jerusalem. This is the last generation. Maranatha.” Needless to say, I never sent in any donations.

  37. @Exalted Cyclops

    Just take all of those old Chuck Norris Facts, change the name to Putin, and you’re set.

  38. I found this article (link below) with some interesting insight into the Georgia Guidestones origins. It seems it was funded by a mysterious Christian cult who wanted complete secrecy and anonymity.

    I personally would like to see a reconstruction made on private protected land and not subjected to secret government anarchists who’s primary function is to blowup and silence those they need to suppress.

  39. Republic says:
    @James J. O'Meara

    Pierce recorded his broadcast weekly then mailed them to AM stations

  40. anonymous[403] • Disclaimer says:

    “We’ll probably be able to figure it out based on how the media responds and whether or not someone is arrested. ”


    Correct. If the media even reports on it.

    What they say, how they say it, and what they don’t say will be the most telling, especially to those with critical thinking skills.

    For what it’s worth, I’m glad to see they’re gone.

  41. Erik1953 says:

    It looks like “the stones” are not relevant anymore for those who made them.. So there will be a change of plans…

  42. Common Sense Renewed, by Robert Christian…

    (right click, save as, change the file extension from .jpg to .zip, open archive, enjoy)

    Or you can download it here.

  43. @The Alarmist

    Notice and correlate how the site has disappeared after widespread awareness of it started appearing among the plebs. Deagle made predictions of catastrophic demographic and economic declines in the Western world ranging from 65% to 80% on both fronts.

  44. @James J. O'Meara

    “Just like the WTC remains. It’s not like it’s a crime scene or anything, right?”

    And just like the Sandy Hoax elementary school. Have they bulldozed that school in Uvaldi yet?

  45. @Sam Hildebrand

    Hey does anybody remember those weird monoliths that were put up in 2020? I think they appeared in Europe, and places in the US like Utah, and a few other places around the world? My mind just went to them all of a sudden.

  46. @American Citizen

    Either way you look at it, whoever did it was trying to make a point that those stones did not represent their views. If Mossad was involved, they could make it look as amateur as possible, but I’m going with, ‘it was Koser Antifa who saw a six billion population reduction as a sign from (((Moloch))) that (((The Great Holocaust 2.0))) was being promoted by an evil white Nazi Christian cult and must be destroyed for all eternity.

    I’m going to create a GoFundMe for replacement Guidestones in a state friendly to free speech, and pro population reduction so in five thousand years they’ll know we saved their ass from extinction by not breeding humanity out of existence.

    Who’s in?

    I’m looking at two million U\$ to get it rolling.

    Receive a limited edition miniature Replica for \$1k donation. That’s 2,000 limited edition replicas.

  47. Dumbo says:

    Speaking of conspiracies and fakes, does anyone believe that this is a real shot in the face, and that this is real blood? C’mon. Hollywood make-up has been better.

  48. Franz says:


    That’s what we used to put on manuscripts like this.

    * The land the slabs sat on were owned by somebody — who?

    * If public land (state, county, etc) they would have been pulled down and ground up for roadbed.

    * If private — who’s paying property taxes, who owned it when the rocks were put there?

    * If it is NOT private land, some public officials have some ‘spaining to do.

    The comparison to Stonehenge won’t fly. That goes back to antiquity when land titles didn’t exist. These are modern day fabricated consumer bilge and the money to quarry the stone, have it moved to that location and set them up should all be simple to find.

    This is about as mysterious as an app on your cellphone.

    • Replies: @Adam Smith
  49. ChpLvr says:

    There is Q and there are anons. There is no Qanon. That’s an MSM stupidity.

  50. @James J. O'Meara

    A couple years ago, … he died, aged 88 (denouncing doctors and medicine to the end).

    Yet another salient reminder that even a broken clock is right twice a day.

    I had never heard of Brother Stair prior to reading your comment. Plainly he wasn’t just another iteration of the same old thing. Thank you.

  51. Anymike says:

    Without condoning violence, even violence against things, you never know what it is that turns the hinge of fate. Truth told, we don’t even know why the Georgia Guidestones were there. Maybe they represented advocacy. Or maybe their intent was cautionary. Maybe whoever put them there intended to warn us.

    Whatever the reason, we now can speak of what they were.

  52. @bwuce wee

    Check out the latest edition of the Corbett Report. Looks like R. C. Christian was a wealthy but not widely known resident of Iowa!

  53. @Emil Nikola Richard

    OK 1 other thing I recalled after I posted. The guy who built it was:

    A. lukewarm but supportive environmentalist;
    B. fanatical anti-immigration.

  54. @Franz

    The 4.93 acre plot of land that the guidestones used to sit upon is owned by the Elbert County Board of Commissioners. It was gifted to Elbert County in 1979.

    Here’s a link to the tax assessors website.
    Here’s a link to the property on a map.

    You can download a .pdf of Common Sense Renewed (by Robert Christian) from the links in my comment above.

    • Replies: @Franz
  55. Anon[303] • Disclaimer says:

    Tempted to google some of those terms but nahhh, my momma dint raise no low IQ normie.

    Nice try FBI.

  56. I had always thought that the ‘message’ on the Georgie Guidestones was encrypted – but frankly I haven’t been keeping up.

    Oh well.

    On the bright side… Boris the YankJewTurk is no longer PM of Airstrip One. Let’s not jizz our collective pants with joy just yet… his replacement will be another career shitbag cunt that is acceptable to The Party.

    • LOL: nokangaroos
    • Replies: @Kolya Krassotkin
    , @neutral
  57. Elberton has lots of granite quarries and a granite industry, so I assume there is no shortage of locals who could destroy the monument.

  58. @Hapalong Cassidy

    zerohedge has a story on it. Personally,

    I prefer the satanic globohomo murals at Denver airport.

    I hope nobody blows them up.

  59. SZ says:

    Does anyone know who the landowner is?

  60. @Kolya Krassotkin

    Putin blew up the Guidestones. (Just like it was Putin who pushed over Biden when he stood straddling his bike.) He did it because he hates our freedoms.


    Don’t forget inflation, AKA “Putin’s Price Hike”.

    Our nation is run by amateurish, mentally ill liars.

    • Agree: Emslander
    • LOL: Kolya Krassotkin
  61. Anon[253] • Disclaimer says:

    That monument may have been getting too much attention as of late, and TPTB wanted it taken down as it was something tangible that even the slow-witted could see as proof that there is a conspiracy of at least a few wealthy people interested in global government, one language, and many less human beings.

  62. @bwuce wee

    Georgia is a fairly unusual place to install such a thing and out in the country, at that. But, it’s a easy drive from Atlanta.

    One website or online comment I was reading yesterday claimed it was funded by, and was the creation of, Ted Turner and William Gates, Sr. Not a crazy theory and would explain the Georgia location.

    Supposedly, the stone mason company that made it thought the detailed plans provided were so odd and unlikely to actually be pursued by the inquirer they tossed a huge number out to build it. The mysterious guy said, “OK” and they paid that number. Don’t know what it was but, another internet rumor is that the cost was \$500,000, over 40 years ago.

  63. @Exalted Cyclops

    That Putin blew up the Guidestones(personally) remains the most likely scenario, but that it was blown up by our own agents at the behest of VP Harris, tasked with arranging a credible false flag likely to engender WW3, is another possibility. (“Blowing up a cheap ass monument will really piss off the country’s citizens!,” thinks Harris.)

    “These were large pillars made of stone with principles to guide us inscribed upon them, and so they were Guidestones, which were made of stone to guide us. They were destroyed by agents of an evil foreign power that knew without stones to guide us, we would lack guidance and could be defeated. But they did not recognize that all freedom-loving Americans carry their own guidestones within them and so will never be without guidance, even where there are no guidestones.”

  64. It does seem odd how quickly the things was knocked down to rubble and removed “for safety reasons”. Heck it was a crime scene with a fence around it and constant video surveillance.

    Just for giggles, anyone remember the odd “20 14” block that showed up there some years back? When it was removed the other sides had writing as well. The sides said 20, 14, MM, 8, JAM, 16.

  65. @Kratoklastes

    Herr Schwab’s “Young Global Leaders”[disciples] are dropping like flies.

  66. “it is really telling that some anonymous person built this stone monument describing a plan for a world government.”

    There might be a clue to the identity of the anonymous group earlier in your article: ‘Christopher Kubas, executive vice president of the Elberton Granite Association. … point[ed] out that the monument was a major tourist attraction, with up to 20,000 people coming to visit every year.’

    They’re proud of their granite, they needed buzz to sell more, and they love tourist \$, so some local quarrymen put it up, and engraved it with gibberish they remembered from an Ed Wood movie. I don’t think it’s any more mysterious or ominous than, e.g., Cadillac Ranch is.

    • Replies: @Anon
  67. Also:

    Dr. Future’s Research into the Georgia Guidestones

  68. SafeNow says:

    I’m not a demolitions expert

    Good! Danny Jowenko, who WAS a demolitions expert, died in a dubious car crash right after he spoke up about the collapse of WTC 7.

    Different countries do different things well. The French, baguettes. The U.S., making evidence disappear; examples abound.

  69. @SafeNow

    Elberton is a town where the number one industry is quarrying granite. There are a lot of guys who live there who are expert in handling dynamite.

    Some guy was blowing up firecrackers and stuff on the 4th and just decided “hey, what the hell why not?”

  70. Anon[349] • Disclaimer says:

    Andrew, pre the internet there was BBS, ie bulletin board systems that people used modems to connect to.

    the UFO scene was a major psy-ops to sidetrack freelance people from serious socio-political interests.

    and bigfoot and lockness monster if you want to go back to the thirties and what was used to puzzle and distract people.

    then the flat eart stuff, that came from the clasified pages of Mad magazine, Punch, Private Eye etc, send a \$1 plus SAE and receive a joke membership card.

  71. Anon[349] • Disclaimer says:
    @gutta percha

    Its not that somebody decided to build a monument, somebody had to spend serious money getting them made, then having them erected.

    I was always under the impression it was on private land, but Fox news seems to think its public land !!!!

    • Replies: @Anymike
  72. I remember the “Age of Reason”. Those were the days.

  73. Harry E says:
    @Exalted Cyclops

    In fact, Mr A. Hitler made Biden fall off his bike. It’s documented in the following video:

    • LOL: Kolya Krassotkin
    • Replies: @Exalted Cyclops
  74. Anonymous[970] • Disclaimer says:

    Shortwave radios? What the heck is wrong with you?

    And yes, Jews were behind Communism. This is common knowledge.

  75. Truth says:
    @A. Clifton

    I think Jim Brown was there, Woody Strode and Fred Williamson may have been also.

  76. @Emslander

    Remember, CNN is headquartered just west of that thing.

    That might be a clue. Mmm. Who started CNN same same year? There you go: Ted Turner. He had them built. I am pretty sure of it.

    The evidence? A. The language of the guidelines. Guidelines 1,2, 9 and 10 are right out of the American nature conservation culture, to which Ted Turner was quite dedicated. NO, he was not advocating for some hostile depopulation by vaccines or whatever. But having traveled a bit, he did notice the human footprint is pretty big and often goddamn ugly. I = PAT. Or is that untrue?

    And B. The location, timing, cost, classiness, and discretion about it all point to a big bad bold dude like Ted Turner. Did I say classy? Yes. Of course, it needed better landscaping around it but that was an awesome work of art. And it was some real stupid knuckle draggers who trashed it.

    Guess no. 1. Christian Zionist morons “We who stand firm with our closest ally, Israel, this is for all the unborn.”*

    Was CNN founding partner Reese Schonfeld part of the construction project? I doubt it. When I looked him up all I got was stuff like “the grandson of Yiddish speaking immigrants”, developing the Food Network, etc.. Typical bagels to riches stuff, nothing indicating any deep ecological awareness. However, maybe Schonfeld wedged in number 3 “Unite humanity with a living new language” by which he meant Dumbed Down Double Speak?

    What the Guidestones were not doing was “describing a plan for world government”. Yes, it recognizes the need for international laws. So what? Nations are mentioned not once but twice, in guidelines 5 and 6, and not as something to be superseded. The vision or agenda of supranationalism is really not there. When Anglin and countless others make — read repeat — this connection, they read too much into it.

    *Guess no 2. Klaus Rothschild Schwab. “That ass vipe Turner and his fucking Georgia Guidestone tourist attraction has drawn tooh much attention to our cherishit blueprints! Fornicate it.”

    • Replies: @JohnnyUinta
  77. Anonymous[208] • Disclaimer says:

    The whole “the guidestones is globalist illuminati agenda!1111” thing is the absolute dumbest take possible, and proof that all the Jones-esque retards like Faglin should be euthanized. Read the inscriptions, it is the exact opposite of what the yids are after. You think the “illuminati” put up some stones to tell people to practice eugenics and nationalism? Why would they do that?

  78. Anymike says:

    Muhammad Ali lost the NABF title to Ken Norton in 1973 and then regained it in a rematch. He did not regain the unified title until he defeated George Foreman in 1974.

  79. Anymike says:

    Speed research: The granite cost an estimate \$100,000 at the time. Engraving and shipping would have cost more. Using the D.B. Cooper dollar as the benchmark, the cost today might be above \$500,000. It’s doable.

    My thought, though, is why destroy the intact granite? The surviving pieces could have been moved and displayed as a curiosity in some museum.

    • Agree: Emslander
  80. Anymike says:

    Yes, we excel in mass incarceration and bombing countries.

  81. Wokechoke says:
    @American Citizen

    damaging stone?

    drill in dynamite sticks. You could wrap it in guncotton too.

  82. Franz says:
    @Adam Smith

    It was gifted to Elbert County in 1979


    Thanks for clearing that up. I find it unsurprising; there’s a lot of gifts from suspicious people and organizations these days.

    And thanks for the download. On a trip to I war recommended CSR, only to find they had no copies to sell. This simplifies it a lot.

  83. Anon[203] • Disclaimer says:

    They were torn down the next day because otherwise people would pose with the damaged remains and smile and laugh and point , all on camera.

    Ridicule and smug humor is not well tolerated, better in their minds to remove the evidence of the attack.

    The next version of the ‘guide stones’ are likely to be ten times bigger and securely armored, paid for by one or more of the tech tycoons.

    A challenge that will be accepted by someone.

  84. @Kolya Krassotkin

    Putin exposed the Wilmington Delaware computer repair shop with an unpaid repair bill of Hunter Biden !! Strike 3 —- hey Shinzo Abe is a goner —time for NRA to open shop in Japan—

  85. fran says:

    In a single day Putin destroyed the Georgia guidestones, removed Boris Johnson from office, and assassinated Shinzo Abe. This in addition to installing Trump as US president, causing Brexit, and waging war on the liberal rules-based international order of homosexual fisting. What a guy.

    • Agree: mulga mumblebrain
    • LOL: Angharad
  86. Alrenous says: • Website
    @The Alarmist

    By exploding a monument so obscure everyone has to look up what was on it?

  87. Alrenous says: • Website

    Rightists in America: “Someone wants to knock down our enemy’s monuments. Stop them!”

    I would say ‘this is why they always lose’ but is it really a loss when you were trying to get pwned? The mission is a success, which is why they never change tactics. Working as intended.

    I just don’t understand the selection effect. How are American less-leftists so reliably masochistic? Shouldn’t one or two try to win occasionally? Accidents and mistakes should break the pattern.

  88. So “hip” it hurts. All logic, experience
    and instinct suggest that this UK-ish
    isle ape smells exactly as he looks!

    He should engage in an in-depth conversation with the
    world famous meme theologian Dr. Andru Wanklin from
    the about their triune Aramaic God.

    Only very hard to imagine that these creatures ac-
    tually originated from mainland Europe, even the
    Tartar gooks are genetically closer to us. In a her-
    meneutical interpretation of the “Bible”, it will
    soon become clear that your British ancestors
    must indeed be the Lost Twelfth Tribe of Israel.

    Probably they had “hibernated” in a tree cave
    for several centuries before they invaded the
    Americas & wiped out its HQ native population.

  89. neutral says:

    Close, but Schwab is ultimately a puppet himself to his jew masters.

  90. Anymike says:

    I’m a fairly well-informed guy and I’ve never heard of this monument.

    If you had never heard of the Georgia Guidestones, you had your ear to the wrong ground. But you know now. What did they tell Achilles? You can live a long and honored life, or you can die young and have eternal fame. That which falls lives forever. That which crumbles just crumbles.

  91. Perhaps they’re trying to tell us they’ve scrapped their plans for a one world government. Maybe it will be an America dominated West and the Russia-China dominated East and the twain shall never meet.

    • Replies: @Kolya Krassotkin
    , @Anymike
  92. @Commentator Mike

    “Perhaps they’re trying to tell us they’ve scrapped their plans for a one world government.”

    Thanks for the laugh. Even the amateur history buff soon realizes that the obsession with ruling the known world has been a constant among megalomaniacs for millenia.

    (First imagine Rodham-Clinton’s batshit obsession with power and then imagine people who are ten times or one hundred times worse.)

    • Replies: @Francis Miville
  93. Anymike says:
    @Commentator Mike

    No, Orwell had it right, which is pretty good because he was just winging so he could put it in his novel. Or, maybe he was right because he was winging it. Orwell foresaw three power bloc. Eurasia. Eastasia. Oceania. In the end, that’s what it will settle into.

    The difference is, the rest of the world will refuse colonization. So there will be more bloc. South Asia, the association of Frenemies. Others are possible but they might not be stable. Africa, Latin America, the Mediterranean will have to be accounted for.

    • Replies: @Commentator Mike
  94. Mr. Anglin,

    Thank you for a very informative column. I could not help noticing that you mentioned Alex Jones. I became aware of him, shortly after my journey into real education began. In my opinion, his videos, “Fall of The Republic,” ‘The Obama Deception” and “Endgame: Blueprint for Enslavement” are all excellent videos. I especially liked “Fall of the Republic” and almost everything mentioned in that video has either happened or there are people who are right now working to make those things come to pass. Alex Jones used to cover the subject of 9/11 extensively but he seems to have dropped it and appears to cover “sensationalist” topics now.

  95. anon[353] • Disclaimer says:

    Maybe if from 1800 BC the Gates-Schlob pillars have some value, but from
    1980 with a satanic message, no one beyond Gates-Soros-Schlob will miss.

    Good riddance.

  96. snuffy says:
    @American Citizen

    If you look at the video of the incident and the drone footage of the aftermath, the debris dispersal pattern seems to be product of a rpg/rocket type weapon, rather than just a rather simple bomb type weapon, whether dynamite or black powder or similar. Why the rush to tear down the rest? I admit that the drone footage was short, but it seemed to me that other than the capstone, there wasn’t any catastrophic collateral damage to the other vertical stones.

    • Replies: @nokangaroos
  97. @Anymike

    Thanks. That’s possible too. At present it seems East Asia is divided between Eurasia (China, North Korea) and Oceania (South Korea, Japan). The big powers will probably be making trouble elsewhere to bring countries into their own fold instead of letting new black develop.

    • Replies: @Anymike
  98. @snuffy

    For a moment there I was thinking one of those Javelins has come home,
    yes. The pattern is decidedly one-sided, and at least the
    explosive was military-grade (an anti-tank mine would do about the same).
    Without closer inspection of the debris – oh … wait 😛

    • Replies: @Anymike
  99. My suspicion has always been that Ted Turner was behind the GGS. In America, when someone gets a lot of money, they get a genocidal impulse all of sudden. Depopulation is all in a day’s work for a billionaire humanitarian.

    • Replies: @diva
  100. diva says:
    @Smashed Squash

    That’s an interesting theory. Wouldn’t surprise me.

  101. Anymike says:
    @Commentator Mike

    In Orwell’s conception, the core of the Eurasia bloc was Russia and Germany. We have been working toward that and in the end, it probably will come about, which make a Russia-China bloc a temporary expedient. Eastasia essentially was the co-prosperity sphere as conceived by Imperial Japan but with China as the dominant power. It would encompass, China, Korea, Singapore and Japan in my conception of it.

    Southasia would be essentially an alliance of mutually hostile neighbors in common defense against the weight of Eurasia and Eastasia. In my conception, it would encompass Israel, the rest of the Middle East, Iran, the former Soviet Muslim republics, Pakistan, India, Myanmar, Thailand, Indochina, the Asian Archipelago and some other small countries. What do all of these have in common except their mutual antipathy? They need to defend themselves against the power blocs to the north.

    Oceania encompasses the British Isles, English-speaking North America, Australia and New Zealand. That was Orwell’s conception. In a real world alignment, the Philippines might be aligned with Oceania and so might the all the islands of the Caribbean and the Pacific.

    What would happen to Latin America and African, I’m not sure. I’m also not sure in a real world alignment that France, Italy and the Iberia peninsula would be under the sway of Eurasia. There might be a Mediterranean bloc and Subsaharan Africa might be an adjunct of it. There will be no colonies in this world. And it might not be a daydream. The world is pushing in this direction.

  102. Anymike says:

    For a moment there I was thinking one of those Javelins has come home, yes. The pattern is decidedly one-sided, and at least the explosive was military-grade (an anti-tank mine would do about the same). Without closer inspection of the debris – oh … wait 😛

    Round up the usual suspects, and be done with it.

  103. @Harry E

    Godwin’s law has been breached so many times it’s kinda like the 4th amendment nowadays (for the Ghost-Dancers out there) or voting laws. Besides, Putler has been “Hitler du jour” quite a few times now according to gaslight media and would undoubtedly have no problem appearing as an Austrian painter whilst shoving Shitpants Joe off his bike. He has an invisibility suit after all.

  104. @thotmonger

    Ted Turner…You mean this Ted Turner?

  105. @Anymike

    Interesting. Perhaps George Orwell was trying to to counter in “1984” (1948) in novel form H.G. Wells’s blueprint for a one world government in his “New World Order” (1940).

  106. Gee, a picture where Ted is catching Fauci’s farts. Lucky him. Tell me more. Note: VIPs do tend to flock together and philanthropy medalists are not necessarily co-conspirators.

    p.s. Turner is not my hero. I just happen to believe he had that structure built. And I do not believe those guidelines to humanity align that well with massive criminal malfeasance going on these days. In a word, its author was not same as global coup that Archbishop Vigano is speaking about. That is my take.

    • Agree: Bro43rd
    • Replies: @Patrick McNally
  107. @thotmonger

    The guidelines were inherently ambiguous. It was made at a time when people were thinking about atomic war a lot. At age 14, in 1980, my thoughts about politics were “What if there’s a big nuclear war and we all get destroyed?” The Georgia Guidestones refer to a population of half a billion as desirable. Is that supposed to mean after a nuclear war? Or is it an aim of population reduction? There’s no way of knowing what was meant without talking to the person who put it up. Since we can’t do that, we don’t really know if the author was encouraging births after a disaster or supporting global population reduction.

  108. @James J. O'Meara

    This is a follow-up to my earlier reply (i.e., comment no. 50) in the event that it was misunderstood.

    I just realized that a bit of clarification might be useful. Specifically, the “broken clock” reference was to Stair and his antipathy to “doctors and medicine,” an antipathy I share. I hope it was not read as a snide remark directed at Mr. O’Meara, with whom I frequently differ. That was never the intent.

  109. Anon[213] • Disclaimer says:

    “that guy went into Comet Pizza with a gun to “free the children from the basement.”

    Except he was a hired actor, and his only shot happened to hit the CP server? the one that hosted a bunch of files not openly accessible?

    Anglin needs to take a look at the “Mouthy Buddha” videos.

  110. @Patrick McNally

    The Georgia Guidestones refer to a population of half a billion as desirable. Is that supposed to mean after a nuclear war? Or is it an aim of population reduction?

    A. More the latter. Reduce the population so humanity would (#10) “Be not a cancer on the earth.”

    Of course the number five hundred million is somewhat arbitrary. But in conservation biology circles decades ago I do recall this number being bandied about as what would constitute a more comfortable — read sustainable — level of the human population living fairly comfortably. I cannot recall if the figure came from Paul Ehrlich, Garret Hardin, EO Wilson, Dennis Meadows, or who. I am not going to bother to try to dig that up. But it was quasi-scientific, and of course Malthusian. But Thomas Malthus was never proven wrong. And he was not some evil guy. He was just trying to shine some reality on the situation. Because overshoot* happens with other organisms, and people are in no way exempt.

    Carrying capacity: maximum permanent supportable load
    Cornucopian myth: euphoric belief in limitless resources
    Drawdown: stealing resources from the future
    Cargoism: delusion that technology will always safe us from
    OVERSHOOT: growth beyond and area’s carrying capacity, leading to
    Crash: die-off

    – William R. Catton Jr.

    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
  111. The reason all mention of the Georgia Guide Stones is in the process of being buried was that it was a strategic lightening strike that just happened to crumble the stone that supported the whole thing. Thus, the rest of the structure had to be demolished.

    The article alluding to a lightening strike, pointing out that the structure was surrounded by cameras 24-7, though there is video of people coming and going, there has been no one brought in for questions, no leads, no rewards offered, no arrests, etc.

    Moreover, if human beings had been involved, then a bomb would be planted in such a way to completely blow the Georgia Guide Stones to smithereens.

    Remember the George Floyd mural that was struck by lightening? The media handled it the same way. Talked about possible White domestic terrorism being behind the crumbled mural and then dropped the whole matter when “proof” was impossible to fabricate.

    • Agree: Francis Miville
  112. FBI found some Russian passports belong to army veterans and retired FSB officials on the site.

  113. @thotmonger

    I think that we could sustain one or two billion, at a reduced level of consumption of material goods, and much richer lives spiritually, intellectually and socially. Hundreds of millions could be happily engaged in localised food production, while the areas devastated by industrial agriculture could return to Nature.

    • Disagree: Emslander
  114. And Pfizer vows to finance their rebuilding. The satanists are out in the open, straightforward about their agenda and the sheeple still aren’t figuring out anything.

  115. Anymike says:
    @Jim Bob Lassiter

    I saw a comment from one guy who said he had never heard of the Guidestones before. I think it’s unusual that someone interested in politics and events had never heard of them. There might be things even I have never heard of. I just don’t know what they are yet.

  116. @Kolya Krassotkin

    The problem is that when you conquer such entities as India, China, or Russia, it is you who get conquered by the very method it takes to manage them, and thereby reduced to insignificance. These entities are racist at an unimaginable degree and if you want to be obeyed by these people you have to do it according to the rules of their caste system and characters such as Rodham-Clinton are instantly identified as untouchables. However dark brown is India they are all White supremacists to the point they don’t consider American Whites as real ones at all, but as mutts.

    The Chinese consider themselves as the “whitest” people on earth, though not as perfectly so as they would like to adore gods from outer space : the Europeans they call red or pink. Though the Orientals are rather admirative of Jews for their business acumen, they don’t consider them elite people and see their present prosperity as an accident : there is no dearth of such predatory businessmen and intermediaries in Orient as there used to be in Europe due to fifteen centuries of Christianity. The kind of talent the Jews possess and that used to be repressed among Whites by the Church is overabundant everywhere in Orient to the point that the Jews have nothing to sell there except their ability to bring down the European civilization : once that job is done they no longer need apply.

    The Chinese and Indians have a form of racism less flamboyant against Africans but they will never abandon it for any fad however well-paid : they believe in karma and they immediately conclude that negroes are vectors of tamasic karma. The Orient has no prejudice against anal sex but they consider it to be a pleasure reserved to elite people only and never to teach or allow to the masses destined to productive tasks. These barriers against world unification are biologically insuperable. In theory world unification is possible but only China, without any dilution of what it is, can exert hegemony over it, and they have a too low opinion of Europeans to take the trouble of micro-managing their countries : that dirty task they would rather subcontract to Muslims.

  117. @Anymike

    There must be FIVE blocs, not only three : the Anglosphere (Oceania), the Third Rome (Moscow : Eurasia), the Islamosphere, South Asia (India essentially) and East Asia. The Anglosphere and the Islamosphere are bound to be the losers in such a situation, due to the invincible hostility between Islamism and Zionism leading to the wearing off of both, leaving only Eurasia, South Asia and East Asia as organized entities on the map. The rest will be composed of raw material colonies managed through organized tribal dark ages on the rest of the planet.

    • Replies: @Anymike
  118. @Bel Darrow

    Yes, they still appear from time to time. Some of them have inscriptions in all kinds of death languages but this content does not have moral character; rather occult or playful. Believe or not, they are messages from Satan/Baal to his scions and cronies…this is why you don’t hear about them (likewise, you don’t hear about crop circles). They did not appear in Israel, so no, Baal does not rule from Jerusalem, contrary to what many think.

    As for Georgia Guidstones, guys who decided to destroy the rest of them, must have learnt who did it pretty fast, which means there were clear marks either on ground or on supervisory video (which was NOT SWITCHED OFF). For us aka spectators, either it was a botched job of Satan party or it was an “unwanted” job of the party of God.

  119. @Clytemnestra

    The Lightning is a proverbial weapon of the king of gods, however you name him, Zeus, Jupiter, Perun…etc

    Some precepts of Georgia Gudistones were very Babel-like, eg. one world language.
    The sin of Bablism was punished, again ….?

  120. Anymike says:
    @Francis Miville

    I don’t quite see it that way. I see Southasia as an alliance of frenemies going all the way from Indochina to the Levant (Israel included) existing for the purpose of mutual defense economically and politically against the weight of Eastasia and Eurasia. India will be the nominal leader and the openly nuclear guarantor.

    Maybe a Mediterranean block will develop encompassing France, Iberia, maybe Italy, maybe Greece and some of the Balkans, North Africa. Perhaps Subsaharan Africa will be subsumed into this bloc, which encompasses the least racially separatist Europeans. Again, this will be a bloc united, in this case, for mutual cultural defense as well as the economic, against the mass of the Eurasian bloc.

    Then there will have to be a Panamerican bloc encompassing all of Americas south the United States border. The Caribbean islands, however, may be affiliated with Oceania as will be the Pacific Islands. The Philippines also might end up affiliated with Oceania rather than Southasia. Another case of an outlier might be South Africa, which could end up affiliated with Southasia.

    The world is, in fact, moving in the direction of settling into these exact blocs. Maybe all of this makes George Orwell the greatest geopolitical theorist of the age. Other people’s ideas are only additions made to account for postcolonial conditions.

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  121. @Patrick McNally

    Contains excellent information + promotional info from people who do kook for a living.


    The controllers have tentatively endorsed Doctor Future’s Herbert Kersten story! On the latest conspiranormal podcast if you listen all the way to the end Doctor Future has a heartfelt plea to swear off political violence. He has anecdotal data that purported Christians from the mega church in his zip code are ranting about beating up and intimidating negroes and immigrants and why don’t these idiots look at a history book.

    Christianity took over at the fall of the Roman Empire because they were by and large decent civilized sober family-men and the vast majority wanted to be that regardless of theology.

    There is a so-far untold story where the Doctor Future Herbert Kersten documentary was withheld from distribution for five years while Chris Pinto and Doctor Future fought about exactly what would be in it. If anybody knows of a good pro and con on that I would be interested to see it.

  123. @Anymike

    Your point is good. But I tend to give a certain priority to the views of Toynbee when it comes to civilizational development. The guy saw, out of the twelve civilizations that have left indubitable traces in the formation of our present world, five still extant, five non-extinct, and irreducible to one another. India and China cannot annex one another. Eastern Europe and Western Europe never annexed one another even at the height of the Roman Empire and that was the main reason that precipitated the Roman Empire’s fall which started for real when Marcus Aurelius died. That same incompatibility doomed Christianity as a unified religion and later on EU, which should have limited itself to the maximum extent of Charlemagne’s empire. It must be noted that Greece NEVER was Western despite the fact that the West borrowed much of its culture and vocabulary from Greece : it is as it has always been a civilisation of fate, not of will as the West is. The Middle East cannot be westernized, and cannot be Indianized neither. Orwell’s scheme omitted India and the Middle East as civilizational poles of significance, this as a result for his own detestation of India (which is understandable). Orwell was over-influenced by Marxism, which reduces everything to physical and gross economic constraints : Eurasia as the greatest mass of land, Oceania as the greatest mass of sea and costal land, and Eastasia as the greatest mass of people.

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  124. Maybe I was wrong in my earlier comment claiming that the Guidestones were demolished because the NWO project has been scrapped. Maybe they have been demolished because their job is done; they have done their guiding and the decision has been made to extinguish billions of lives in a nuclear holocaust. We’re on the threshold of a nuclear war that will accomplish what the Guidestones advocated.

  125. Anymike says:
    @Francis Miville

    This is an interesting take. But I still see the world moving in the direction of the six blocs as I described them. No part of the world is going to tolerate being colonized. One thing I think is overlooked, and I would say deliberately, is the role the desire to restore Persian grandeur plays in the nuclear and other ambitions of Iran. The resort to Islamist rhetoric is only what is necessary, but the sense that Iran is denied its due and place as a world power might be the real motivator.

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