April 5, 2007


Hi folks.  I'm Alan Watt and tonight I'm on as the main site, .net et cetera.  Today is April 5, 2007.

To start off, I'd like to talk a little bit about the environmental crisis, this phobia almost that's been in the making for such an awful long time. Back in the days of Madame Blavatsky they prattled on in her group about the need to bring a form of Gaia-type worship to manage the people, because it was well understood and it still is, of course, that in every age religion has been the greatest tool for managing the minds of the people.  They knew that for a new age they'd have to create a new religion, which would be in keeping with the plans of this intellectual elite who decided they had the right to plan the world the way it should be, not the way it was but the way it should be. They eventually got in theosophy a charter as a Masonic institution, although it was a side order – they didn't get all the secrets because they didn't believe that women should get the secrets.  In fact, they're very sexist really. 

They give side degrees because the truth of freemasonry is that "only man has spirit and is capable of receiving spirit."  That's the big secret you see.  Women as Albert Pike said, a woman or "a wife could only reflect her husband's glory," meaning she's the moon – she's the earth and the moon.  He's the sun and the cosmos.  The moon reflects the light of the sun.

However, they needed to get a huge population of women to back their agenda and so they reintroduced all of the old religions, really, which they knew by their records and archives that women tend to be drawn towards and so they brought them channeling, which is nice and dramatic, "mediums" they called them back then, with little messages like "your uncle who's deceased has found your handkerchief.  It's underneath the couch in the living room," and very important stuff like that, you know it's going to change your life.  You notice that. It’s always very important stuff like that.

It's true enough, a lot of women would like to go to fortune tellers and they used to look at crystal balls and look very mysterious, and for a little price you get a good spiel and it makes you feel better. However, when they bring it all together and create a religion to control you, it's a different matter all together. They decided in the 1800's that this intellectual elite should manage for the guardian class, that they would manage the world, because in freemasonry they say that they've "come to perfect that which was left imperfect," which is basically everything but primarily man himself. This whole idea of being born free, even though we're not, that meant a long time ago; you tend to think you're born free, even though you're made to do everything from then on, like go to school and all that kind of stuff and then you eventually have hormonal drives and so you get married and have children and your spouse, her genes and your genes mating together might just produce bad offspring.  That's all that genetics is all about because genetics' real purpose is to weed out all the problem people that make a burden on society.  Eugenics is a big part of it, always has been and still is, and that's what genetics is all about, making a better working population to serve the elite as they think things should be you see.

We live in a very complex system of information.  Complex primarily because you have a lot of people who simply don't know enough of what's happening.  Some people specialize in certain areas of what's happening and they're very good.  Others simply don't know.  They understand a little bit and they run with it, not realizing they've got to look at all of the system to get the big picture and to realize that if you take a little bit of the system and want to fix it, it cannot really be fixed without altering the rest. You've got a lot of confusion there, plus you have more left and right wings controlled by the same heads.  Even though they seem to oppose each other, they really have the same goal if you follow the thread of the logic, so they give you left wing papers and right wing papers and I guess there's all kinds of in-betweens or pretenses.  It doesn't matter who gives you the propaganda, as long as you believe in it.  That's how propaganda works.

Here's an article here from Canada from Tuesday, March 13, 2007, written by Judi McLeod.  We say "McCloud" in Scotland, I don't know how they pronounce it here, and it's quite a good article.  It's pretty accurate in most of it.  It's to do with the global warming scam – this great machine, this train that's been started long ago and built up and built up and built up with all the propaganda on animal programs and insect programs and so on, that we've been stuffed with our whole lives, beginning really in the late '50's in fact and accelerating, especially public broadcasting.  People think it's all public broadcasting from ordinary people.  No, even those shows are all sponsored by the big wildlife funds, like the World Wildlife Fund and Prince Philip is the head boy there supposedly. Now we're in the middle of the crisis where we're going to be told as they use science and they are using science and the spraying in the skies and causing the storms, using the HAARP technology along side of it.  It's micromanaged now. 

It's quite simple stuff but we've got to be convinced to give up all our way of living and picking our mates and all that kind of stuff, and they've got to bring up a generation who will willingly be sterilized to save mother earth and they'll probably a little medal or a little gold star on their leaving school certificate or something like that; and you'll see little robots you know prattling off these slogans to you and calling you a thought criminal if you contradict them.

This is the article that's from as I say a Canadian paper.  It's called "The Canadian Free Press," Tuesday, March 13, 2007, written by Judi McLeod.

At the top it says:

"Maurice Strong, Al Gore.

Creators of Carbon Credit Scheme Cashing in on it.

             There's an elephant in global warming's living room that few in the mainstream media want to talk about: the creators of the carbon credit scheme are the ones cashing in on it. The two cherub like choirboys singing loudest in the Holier Than Thou Global Warming Cathedral are Maurice Strong and Al Gore.  This duo has done more than anyone else to advance the alarmism of man-made global warming."--

Alan:  It's not really true.  You see, Maurice Strong is funded. He was picked by the Rockefeller family when he was young, groomed for his position and heavily financed and backed because the big corporations are running the world already.  There are really no individual corporations in this club.  They're all one already.  Like Pike and others said, "they would become masters over the masters of the world through the accumulation of fantastic wealth."  Well that's been done.

             "With little media monitoring, both Strong and Gore are cashing in on the lucrative cottage industry known as man-made global warming.  Strong is on the board of directors of the Chicago Climate Exchange, Wikipedia-described as "the world's first and North America's only legally binding greenhouse gas emission registry reduction system for emission sources and offset projects in North America and Brazil." Gore buys his carbon off-sets from himself"--

Alan:  Now you see this offset thing is a tax really the big companies have to pay, a pollution tax, and every company has got to pay really the UN and the UN dishes it back to certain groups like Gore's.  It's just a roundabout scheme where the big boys get big money.  The government pays a tax for it too, meaning we do.  We all as individuals pay many taxes for pollution and it's supposed to help.  It's amazing how money is going to stop it.  Money – just like teaching, you turn out children that can't write and it's been getting like that for 30 years and so their answer is "what we need is more money," and here we are with little children and they want more money.  Well it's the same with this con game.

             "Gore buys his carbon off-sets from himself--the Generation Investment Management LLP, "an independent, private, owner-managed partnership established in 2004 with offices in London and Washington, D.C. of which he is both chairman and founding partner.  To hear the saving-the-earth singsong of this dynamic duo, even the feather light petals of cherry blossoms in Washington leave a bigger carbon footprint.  It's a strange global warming partnership that Strong and Gore have, but it's one that's working.  Strong is the silent partner, a man whose name often draws a blank in the Washington cocktail circuit. Even though a former Secretary General of the 1992 United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (the much hyped Rio Earth Summit)"--

Alan:  Which was written by Rockefeller actually and Strong just read it out. These are all the nasty character.

"and he was also Under-Secretary General of the United Nations in the days of a beleaguered Kofi Annan, the Canadian born Strong is little known in the Unites States. That's because he spends most of his time in China where he works to make the communist country the world's next superpower."

Alan:  Maurice Strong – it's interesting. Even the little place he was born in has for its town emblem a bull, one of the Masonic symbols for generation, the power of the bull, and he sure spouts a lot of it.  Strong also started up the New Age settlement in the Baca Grande area in the U.S. and he has all these gurus and different kinds and Buddhists and even Catholic nuns there.  I think they’re Carmelite nuns who do all the New Age stuff and different ones all living there and Hannah Strong his wife does a lot of the associations with them. He's got his own little tower where you walk in the spiral, because spiraling is a very big part of freemasonry, as you climb the spiral of your lives and all that you see and you become a god eventually.

Underneath that Baca Grande ranch, they have the U.S.'s largest underwater aquifer, a natural massive storage tank for fresh water. Another resource you see, things which will be important in the future.  He has a lot of luck this guy, you know Maurice, and Maurice also has been up there with the World Bank, you know the bankers.  He was also in charge of that partly for a while. 

They also brought him back under Bob Rae's government for Canada to take over Ontario Hydro, the electrical power for Ontario, which the taxpayers had funded and built up and his job when he came in was to privatize it and sell it off.  That's the usual con the big boys do to make you think it's going to be yours and how wonderful it will be, and in the early days of Ontario Hydro even Pierre Trudeau the Prime Minister was in ads on television telling you "keep all your lights on. It was going to be cheap, cheap, cheap," but old Trudeau was no fool you know.  He died and had a little red rose put on his coffin, just like Francois Mitterrand, and they put in front of the Parliament building an eternal flame that burns over some water.  Flame over the water, that's another way of doing the same symbols, Washington's Monument with the rectangular pool below, the male and female.  All symbolic and it goes over the heads of the people.

However, Maurice Strong is a very important character.  He's all over the place.  He's well in his '70's.  He might even be 80 now. He puts in a full day's work, flies all over the planet and he is in China working for the United Nations in the building supplied by the United Nations to further integrate this system with China, who is supposedly the model state for the world to copy.  That's what it's all about.

It was interesting, in a public broadcasting documentary one rainy Sunday afternoon, and I pick up my three channels on the rabbit ears on top of the television, and my goodness here's Mr. Maurice Strong and this PR blurb about him and how wonderful he is. They talked to his family members and his grandchildren and they all think he's just so sweet and it showed you the building in China where he works. When they were talking to him they also followed him to a graveyard where he put flowers on a grave next to Mao Tse-Tung and it was for his aunt who was an adviser to Mao Tse-Tung.  These characters are intergenerational.  They're into every revolution, big money behind them and they're all high freemasons.  I mean high freemasons, not the little fringe guys at the bottom that slap each other on the back and drink the beer and go hunting and stuff, but way up there with the guys in the real know.  You might call it the politburo of Freemasonry.

To continue:

"The nondescript Strong, nonetheless is big cheese in the world of climate change, and is one of the main architects of the coming-your-way-soon Kyoto Protocol."

Alan:  That's true.  We're going to hear as this year goes on and they keep giving us more storms and you watch the planes above you making the storms and we'll all be coughing and coughing with the stuff that comes down, and then they'll tell us we're causing the global warming and how we've got to change our complete way of living. These big characters that also work for the big corporations and foundations, because it's all one now as Carroll Quigley said, the new feudal system is to be based on a corporate government structure, which you used to call fascism.  They'll be the new knights, the captains of industry. They will also be your intellectual bosses that will tell you if you can breed at all and what you're going to do for the rest of your life and what little habitat area you're going to be stuck in making beads, which you'll sell to maybe Chinese tourists or something. 

This is the reality of what we're talking about.  This is all planned and people should look at the habitat strategies in the United Nations.  They have their own websites and "Agenda 21".  It will explain why your gasoline is going through the roof because eventually you're not supposed to drive and that will further be enhanced by the ID card, which you'll have to show to even buy gasoline or petrol as they call it over in Britain.  Gasoline is getting very expensive.  If you're in Canada it's $1.09 per liter at the moment. That would be about $4.20 a gallon U.S.  That's because we're more democratic than the U.S. that we pay so much more, but it's coming your way soon because the same characters are in charge of the world.  They have their networking through thousands of organizations and NGOs (Non-Governmental Organizations) all pushing for this new world society thinking it's for the good of Mother Earth.

Now on to Gore.  Now Gore was trained by Armand Hammer.  Armand Hammer was so big up in the Communist system that Lenin gave him an apartment in the Kremlin.  That's no joking and the Gore family were trained and especially Al Gore by these characters and given the stamp of approval as having the right deviant genes.  He'll gore us all in the end, I'm sure.

Anyway, back to what it says here.

             "Gore is the glitzy, media approved front man in the partnership, the flashing neon lights on the global stage warning the masses of the end of Earth, as we know it, and Hollywood's poster boy for greening the silver screen. The skeptics of man-made global warming believe that Gore and Strong have made climate change "the new religion". Climate change is not the first religion both parties have tried to make stick. Along with former Soviet Union leader Mikhail Gorbachev"--

Alan:  Another Gore you see.

             "Strong, currently president of the Earth Council"--

Alan:  The Earth Council was discussed at a NASA meeting back in the 1960's, late '60's, and Gene Roddenberry was there. They said they'd create an Earth Army, meaning all the dumb fools who believe in it, the NGO followers, who'd then push for all the changes which they wanted to hear, the suggestions of.

             "the Earth Council has been boasting of replacing the Ten Commandments"--

Alan:  This is Gorbachev.

             "replacing the Ten Commandments with the Earth Charter, a golden rule guide for how the masses should treat the environment.

Gore, who has given sermons at the United Nations sponsored Cathedral of St. John the Divine"--

Alan:  You see, the Masons have a big thing about John the Divine.  I'll explain it maybe one day.

             "Church in New York City, is a promoter of the religion known as Gaia."--

Alan:  Gaia, you know the Old Earth Mother under many names. One where they sacrifice their first-born to the mountains and all that, the top of the mountains, because it was the right thing to do in those days, according to the priests of that time.

             "The two environmental gurus also share a belief in radical Malthusian population reduction."--

Alan:  They do, they do, they do.  We just breed too much.  We breed too much.  These silly masses just can't handle the hormones like the elite do. This has been going on for 150 years or more.  Actually, more.  Malthus was out in the 1700's and even you'll find that the founding fathers of the U.S. bought his books on population.  They were all kind of supporters of it. They've been doing this drumbeat forever helping manage the masses because they're just too stupid and ignorant to manage themselves.  If you left them to themselves, they'd probably party and dance and do naughty things between each other and produce children. 

Even into the 1900's there was so many battles because there was more facts out in the early 1900's.  People had more ammunition to throw back at these population control characters, where they had lists of all the elites' families and how many offspring they were having.  They were having bigger families than the poor were having, but they keep drumming this drum and giving this same beat, forcing more and more folk into cities through extravagant taxations, taking all the employment out of the countries and so they move to cities and so it gives you the appearance the world is crowded.  This is all how it was done and this was discussed at big high-level meetings, how to create the perception of overpopulation.

Getting back to this:

             "According to them, too many people, particularly in the U.S. are polluting the planet, emitting excessive Freon through their refrigerators and jacking up the air conditioning."

Alan:  I think they did away with Freon because the big company DuPont, that also makes a lot of powder for ammunition for the military, managed to push through bills to ban Freon and they put out this new stuff that this company just happened to have the patent on, and the old boys club works very well for them.  Freon, by the way, they kept hyping and hyping "oh, Freon will destroy the ozone".  Freon is heavier than air.  It stays toward the ground.  What a con game.  This is children's stuff they use to give this.  They used to teach children this before they were eight years old, this kind of stuff, including the environmental changes – how we have many ice ages and many warming periods up and down, up and down, all down through history.  They took all those books away so it's easy now to brainwash the children.

             "But the conduct of Al Gore and Maurice Strong in the capitalist world is one for the books. It's a side of them that may have remained unknown had it not been for the investigative talent of the Executive Intelligence Review (EIR)."

Alan:  I think EIR is run by Lyndon LaRouche, who, personally, after looking at his agenda, is simply going the same road in a different direction and it ends up in the same place, but it's meant to lead a lot of the left wingers, especially those college graduates and university graduates along.  He's all for globalism too.  You see, globalism would develop naturally if it wasn't for the guys that set up borders a long time ago; and who set them up? 

Well you'll find it was the ancestors of the same families that are now taking away the borders. They needed enemies to tax the people to get them to work and keep them afraid, so they created borders; and sure enough, over a long period of time, if they'd left it alone and hormones being what they are, people would have been breeding outside into other tribes and families and peoples.  However, that's not profitable from an economic standard, according to the big boys.  It served its purpose for long enough and they had all their wars, which are just empire building and demolition jobs as a rebuild with their corporations and Halliburton, and they had to create a global society and then take the borders down now and then find terrorism within because you've always got to have an enemy and so there's got to be terrorism within, just as Stalin knew. Everyone's a thought criminal. Therefore, you've got to be careful of even what appears to be exposés of what's behind it.

I can remember when Lyndon LaRouche was running for some office or political party or whatever and a parley speech was flashed over the radio and he said in it himself he wanted to ban every single internal combustion engine on the planet.  Well the same thing is to be done you see with the boys who are presently controlling it.  They want to ban all vehicles.  As the UN and again the habitat and "Agenda 21" charter said, that they want people living in habitat areas.  There'll be no private transportation. Your work will be assigned to you in that habitat town or city or whatever it is.

To get back to this talk on Al Gore and Maurice Strong.

             "The tawdry tale of the top two global warming gurus in the business world goes all the way back to Earth Day, April 17, 1995 when the future author of An Inconvenient Truth traveled to Fall River, Massachusetts, to deliver a green sermon at the headquarters of Molten Metal Technology Inc. (MMTI). MMTI was a firm that proclaimed to have invented a process for recycling metals from waste. Gore praised the Molten Metal firm as a pioneer in the kind of innovative technology that can save the environment, and make money for investors at the same time. Gore left a few facts out of his speech that day. First, the firm was run by Strong and a group of Gore intimates, including Peter Knight, the firm's registered lobbyist, and Gore's former top Senate aide," wrote EIR."--

Alan:  They're really giving speeches to themselves but the public don't know that and all the followers, the green movement, the Earth Army as it's called, just cheer when their leaders say cheer.

             "Second, the company had received more than $25 million in U.S. Department of energy (DOE) research and development grants, but had failed to prove that the technology worked on a commercial scale."--

Alan:  That doesn't matter, not in government and stuff.

             "The company would go on to receive another $8 million in federal taxpayers' cash, at that point, its only source of revenue."--

Alan:  Not bad work if you can get it, eh?

             "With Al Gore's Earth Day as a Wall Street calling card, Molten Metal's stock value soared to $35 a share, a range it maintained through October 1996."

Alan:  Not bad. Giving a speech about this wonderful company and what it's doing to save the environment and it's his own company.

             "But along the way, DOE scientists had balked at further funding. When, in March 1996, corporate officers concluded that the federal cash cow was about to run dry, they took action: Between that date and October 1996, seven corporate officers--including Maurice Strong--sold off $15.3 million in personal shares in the company, at top market value. On Oct. 20, 1996--a Sunday--the company issued a press release, announcing for the first time, that DOE funding would be vastly scaled back, and reported the bad news on a conference call with stockbrokers."

Alan:  They should say with the sheep stockbrokers.  That's what they call them in the business, the ones who follow the newspapers, not the guys in the know. The guys in the know always sell off once they stop getting government funding.

             "On Monday, the stock plunged by 49%, soon landing at $5 a share. By early 1997, furious stockholders had filed a class action suit against the company and its directors. Ironically, one of the class action lawyers had tangled with Maurice Strong in another insider trading case, involving a Swiss company called AZL Resources, chaired by Strong, who was also a lead shareholder."--

Alan:  Shades of Rothschild over and over, isn't it?  Same old scams.

             "The AZL case closely mirrored Molten Metal, and in the end, Strong and the other AZL partners agreed to pay $5 million to dodge a jury verdict, when eyewitness evidence surfaced of Strong's role in scamming the value of the company stock up into the stratosphere, before selling it off."--

Alan:  Maybe that's why the ozone layer is thinning.  It's all that shredded paper being burned in these companies.

             "In 1997, Strong went on to accept from Tongsun Park, the Korean man found guilty of illegally acting as an Iraqi agent"--

Alan:  Illegally acting as an Iraqi agent. How could you?  I guess he wasn't a spy.

             "$1 million from Saddam Hussein, which was invested in Cordex Petroleum Inc., a company he owned with his son, Fred."--

Alan:  So there you are.  There's another little scam Mr. Strong is involved but he's got big help and big backing. You can't touch him because the Rockefeller Foundation backs him.

             "In that year, Gore, still U.S. vice president"--

Alan:  Remember.

             "was making news for "taking the initiative in creating the Internet."--

Alan:  Well he was told to do that. He had nothing to do with it. If you listen to his old speeches when he was even running he couldn't put a sentence together without you howling with laughter. That's a fact. They're just told what to do and they do what they're told, and if they stick to their script and read it properly and put their contact lenses in, then they don't fumble so much.  There's a U.S. vice president pushing all these things forward you see with his personal interests and that of his big club – the high, high Masonic club of corporate bosses, as Pike advised, they would become the masters over the masters of the world by all means possible including the stock market, said Pike.

             "The leaders of the man-made global warming movement, you might say, get around. Meanwhile Jumbo's still in global warming's living room, but the duo with the tiniest carbon footprints on earth continue to just tiptoe past him."

Apart from my own sagacity here and my little comments, that's from the Canada Free Press and written by Judi McLeod, an award winning journalist with 30 years experience and so on, Canada Free Press.  You can look that up yourself and that's what you'll find when you go in to all of these big characters at the top.

I have some inside tapes from the Rockefeller Foundations and some little speeches given by Rockefeller to his buddies who are all very famous people and they don't talk about democracy – no, they talk about the plan and their windows of opportunity and they also talk about the cannon fodder of the present generation that's just unfortunate they have to go through it but that's what must happen to bring all this about. It's their plan you see.  We're just living an agenda.  That's the reality of it.

To continue in this vein of environment conservation and all of that stuff, here's an article from 2006, March 24, from the Post Standard Syracuse, that's at, to do with the taxation of trees.  Now this is happening really across the Western world because all councils, local councils and state councils and so on, get all their info from the United Nations and they see what other ones are doing, too, to raise more taxes and penalize people. People who want to get up the ladder on the board, these climbers, these social climbers, sniff because they're good psychopaths.  They sniff the wind to see which way it's going and they jump on these things; they can get onboard.  They love the term "onboard," they get on track you see with the rest hoping to get brownie points and if they get brownie points they get promoted and they might end up one day in politics.  This is how it works.  They sniff the wind and they copy it and they all belong to the same organizations which are not responsible to the people who supposedly pretend to elect them.

Here's the article here.

"State Tells Towns:  Trees are taxable.

Some towns are raising the assessments on properties filled with trees."

Alan:  This is by Eric Chris, The Albany Bureau.

             "New Yorkers pay taxes on everything from cell phone calls to fireplace mittens. What's next, trees? Actually, yes. Some towns, including Cortlandville in Cortland County, have begun dramatically raising assessments on large properties for the value of their trees.  Opponents call the move "crazy," saying it will encourage the chopping of trees and could hurt wildlife, water supplies and soil as well as the timber, maple and recreation industries by depleting healthy forests. Some state lawmakers agree and have introduced legislation to prohibit the practice. But the Pataki administration says the number and quality of a property's trees affect its market value, which forms the basis for its tax assessment."

Alan:  What a joke.  You see at one time they used to even come to your house and snoop around and say, yes, and they'd measure your rooms and take out a pencil and paper before the calculators and then he'd sniff the air again and give you an assessment on the size of your house.  They don't do that anymore.  They just look at the most expensive largest house in an area and tax you all according to that one's assessment, and it's all done from flying over your houses now too.  What a wonderful world.

             "Kevin King, executive director of the Empire State Forest Products Association, said that besides Cortlandville, a number of towns in Western and Northern New York have begun taxing trees."

Alan:  I wonder if the trees will pay.

             "He said that's because the state has advised assessors that they've been undervaluing forest land. The Pataki administration disputes that. "There's nothing new happening on our end, nothing we haven't done for the past 40 years,"--

Alan:  I could add something there of what they've been doing to the public for the last 40 years and longer.

             "said Geoffrey Gloak, spokesman for the state Office of Real Property Services."--

Alan:  He's got an "oak" in his name. G-L-O-A-K. What a coincidence.

             "The law has required trees to be considered part of the real property of any parcel. "If you're an assessor, it's really left to your determination," he said. "If they request it from us, we'll give them average timber values per county." More towns may be making such requests because they are revaluing properties more frequently and reviewing tax laws as they do so. When the Cattaraugus County town of Allegany began a townwide revaluation, Gloak's office sent guidelines that included values for timber, Allegany Assessor Robin Pearl-Lamphier said."--

Alan:  He's got a hyphen there, Robin Pearl-Lamphier, very impressive.

             "Pearl-Lamphier said her"--

Alan:  No, it's a she.

             "said her predecessor did not follow those guidelines, but she is.  She disputed the notion that forest property owners are being penalized by higher assessments."

Alan:  Of course she would. That's her job.

             "They have not paid for their fair share'--

Alan:  There's your socialist global statement.

             "They have not paid their fair share," she said. She said the 34 owners of 85 forest properties in her town have inquired, but not complained, about the higher assessments and said she plans to send an explanatory letter out today.  But some forest property owners are complaining.  Cotton-Hanlon, a timber management company that owns nearly 33,000 acres Upstate, saw its Cortlandville property tax bill jump by 65 percent last year after the town assessor hiked the assessment on the 36-acre parcel because of the value of its trees, said Bob O'Brien, the company's chief forester.  He said the Schuyler County-based company asked whether cutting the trees down would lower the assessment.  Yes, he was told."--

Alan:  This is how it works you see.

             "Well, that's crazy," O'Brien said. "It seems completely counterproductive to having a good, healthy forest out there for the future, let alone the environmental and aesthetic issues. "On one lot, it's not going to kill us," he added, noting the property tax bill in Cortlandville went from $633.93 to $1,042.61. "But if that were ever to happen on all of our 33,000 acres, a 65 percent increase in our tax bill would just flatten us." O'Brien said property taxes, which amount to nearly half a million dollars a year for his company, are Cotton-Hanlon's biggest expense. Cortlandville Assessor David Briggs could not be reached for comment Thursday."

Alan:  It's amazing none of them can be reach for comment, because they all know they're crooks. They all know they're crooks you see and they just scurry.  It's amazing if you ever have to go and see a bureaucrat about something. You know these massive buildings they build (this is me talking here, not the article) and they've got these massive buildings with long corridors and doors there and you go in there looking for somebody or an office or something, and if there's no receptionist there you walk in these long corridors and you'll see these creatures called bureaucrats.  They slink along the corridors.  This is where they live.  This is where they live these creatures and they sort of slink along the walls and if they see you coming, they dash in a door and slam it very quickly because they're terrified of you.  They're very scared of the public and if you do manage to trap one between doors, he'll tell you to see the receptionist and he'll stammer and stutter and turn all funny colors and jump in his little office.

Getting back to this article.

             "State Sen. Catharine Young, R-Olean, and Assemblyman William Parment, D-Jamestown, have introduced legislation to prohibit assessors from slapping higher values on trees. "New assessments that attempt to reflect current timber values can produce a steep tax increase on these properties," according to a memo supporting the bill. "The practical results are likely to be over-harvesting, liquidation cuttings or conversion to development. At the very least, this policy is an incentive for landowners to practice poor forest management."

Alan:  If they're taxed per tree, of course there'll be more, to save your skin and your home, you might just cut all the trees down. That's economics for you. You see this wonderful world of economics.

             "Gloak said that if such legislation is passed, New York would be the first state he knows of to prohibit timber from being assessed as real property. He said cutting down trees wouldn't necessarily reduce a property's value."

Alan:  It's true enough too, even those that think they can cut their trees down and reduce their value, I've never seen anything reduced when it comes to taxation.  It goes up and up and up.  Remember the old Communist thing too, gradually increasing taxes, that would put everybody under, and Communism is only one wing of the same group.  You had the right wing, then the left wing going towards the same agenda.

             "If you have your property clear-cut, it could be worth more because it's subdividable," he said. And he said exemptions are available for managed forests. To O'Brien and King, taxing trees appears to be a politically palatable way to increase budgets."

Alan:  Well everything is palatable to them.

             "You avoid the broad-based tax increase, you get greater revenues, and some of your land owners are absentees," King said. "They don't even vote locally. It's an easy thing to do."

They've always got reasons for things for getting money. From March 2006 article Post-Standard at

It's the agenda.  It's the agenda.  We all know what's the agenda. It marches on and we know eventually that even with the gasoline going up and up and up with a thousands reasons all the time, it's to get you off the road.  That's why they never gave you an alternate means of transport or alternate means of powering a vehicle.  It was never intended when they first gave us the vehicle to allow it to go much past an industrial era. They had to give it for an industrial era, especially in America (U.S.) and Canada, because people had to travel to work and sometimes fair distances. In the world that's being created you won't need a vehicle. 

In fact, you won't be allowed to have one; and even if you had one, you couldn’t afford the gasoline ultimately.  You’re meant to get off the road in this coming beautiful New World Order, where you'll be happy because your life will be managed for you and they'll stick brain chips in you to give you a virtual reality. Not a real one, but virtually real, meaning almost, and you'll all be happy until they euthanize you when you can't carry things anymore and stuff like that, when you're no longer economically viable to keep. 

That's the beautiful system that's coming into play and it's being aided and abetted by greedy, greedy people all the way down the ladder to your local council, the little want-a-bees, you know the miniature psychopaths, the ones that aren't born into the extremely wealthy families.  They have some connections in the local system of Masonry that appoints people to different things, but they don't have big, big wealth so they do what they're told.  They sniff the wind and they try to please their higher bosses and get a mention upstairs.  That's the real system we live in.  It's totally corrupt, always was corrupt and in a monetary system it can't be anything but certainly corrupt. It's not a natural system.  It’s an inhumane system.  That's the bottom line and we can only expect more and more.

I get lots of articles coming in; I could read them forever, but why? They're already out there.  We know what's coming down the pike. Look into the "Agenda 21" charter at the United Nations. See what your future holds for you and your children.  It's not hard to put it all together at all.

I thank the people for writing. I get so much mail generally with questions on history et cetera. Others who are in a panic mode ask what to do and I tell them first off don't panic. This has been going on for your whole life. You just woke up to it now and that's why you're so scared. It takes time to understand that you're not the first generation that's been grown up in a matrix with a different reality than the one that exists. It's a beautiful act. You're born in the middle of a stage play and you don't know what's around you.  We have tremendously good actors at the top, but then they have all the money in the world to give us their propaganda.

Others such as Gary who wrote in today have asked if they can burn the blurbs to disc and pass them around.  Well, sure. Whatever I give out free you can copy and pass around and that's how information travels and hopefully some day we'll get something out of it, even if it takes some time, because the time is running out.  We're well into the next phase because as I say the whole environmental movement really started in the late 1800's and then the combination of a creation of a religion with New Age leaning towards Earth worship, which is the ultimate goal, all tied together with Mother Earth and the spirits of the Earth and the air and the trees and the animals; and it's all very nice but it's not for a purpose to help anything except those who control the world.  That's the bottom line.  That's the bottom line.

Gorbachev himself said in his own book, "Towards a New Civilization," that WE are creating a new religion for the world. Now he's in charge of one of the biggest environmentalist associations on the planet. He was given the ex-United States military base down in the States as his headquarters where he flies his green flag, the Knights of Lazarus.  He was the one that was promoted by Maggie Thatcher who got her wish of becoming, I don't know if it was a Dane or a Countess, but she was given an equivalent to a Lord, maybe a Duchess, and given her red cape and her ermine fur so that she can attend the House of Lords. 

She was the one who introduced Gorbachev to the world on the world stage arm in arm. All the media joined in and suddenly forgot he was a Communist leader, the leader of the Soviet Union, head of the KGB at one time, who is now a champion of freedom for the wilderness and the green movement.  The Green Party itself, by the way, was started up by a predecessor I think of Madeline Albright who was a Communist leader in a Soviet country and a great friend of Stalin. That's where it was first discussed.  Mind you, I'm sure it had already been approved in London a long, long time ago. 

That's the real world we live in. Nothing is done by itself.  It's all on cooperation with the higher societies that run this world with their bankers, their corporations and their new feudal system where everything – remember the term "feudal" was not used by chance by Carroll Quigley in "Tragedy & Hope," the book that he published promoting it all.  He thought it was wonderful that these guys who had steered the history of the world for the last few hundred years, it was time the world knew how wonderful these guys were and how they steered it; being a historian for the Council on Foreign Relations and The Royal Institute of International Affairs, he was all for it.  He thought the public would accept it and he probably was right. They would probably yawn and ask what the next movie was, but he said that this system that they're bringing into view is a feudal type system with the corporations and the heads of corporations being one big club, one big sort of noble order, deciding the fate of whole populations and running their lives for them.

The word 'fee' comes from 'few' or 'feu,' which is 'feudal.'  We will pay for everything and everything and everything as long as they keep a money system going, but it is to eventually metamorphize into a token system which they will dispense into everyone's account once a week.  You'll have the same amount as everyone else, at least in the lower quarters, and you can't save it up.  It will be gone at midnight before it's renewed the following morning. If you are disapproved of, if you're politically incorrect, they'll withhold your funding because you'll still have to pay rent and buy food and so on, so it's token but a set amount; and that was put down by Lord Bertrand Russell in his book, "Roads to Freedom".  I love the doublespeak these psychopaths use to get everybody onboard and on track behind them.

A lot of planning, a lot of cooperation, a massive networking of people who all come from the same ivy-league schools, one of the main springs being Oxford, the other being Cambridge; they lead off this whole movement and then an association of high Masonic groups, which they all belong to, which are all one in reality.

When they talk about their brotherhood of man worldwide, they the elite know it's for themselves because we're not men.  We're not men and maybe one day I'll go into the decipherment of the Old Testament where it tells you that basically.  Everyone's been conned and the people who are not men have been working fervently in good faith at the lower orders in these societies, never knowing what the real agenda was but believing they did, it was to bring fairness and justice to the world, as they filled their pockets and got their little scams going.

However, I'm very, very, very busy here. You wouldn't believe how many calls I take in a day, how many things I have to do in a day just to do this little talk here, all on my Jack Todd, which is my own.  Hamish would help with the letters, but he tends to get them kind of mushy when I take them from his mouth, so it's getting almost beyond the ability to even write back to people at times.

For those who help out, I thank you very, very, very much.  I know who you all are and I recognize the emails too when they come in, who they're from. So for you all, have a good night, and for Hamish and myself, it’s good night too and may your god or your gods go with you.

I'll leave you with a wee song and tribute of the allegory of Al Gore and Mr. Strong's bull.

"Takin' Care of Business"
By Bachman-Turner Overdrive

You get up every morning
From your alarm clock's warning
Take the 8:15 into the city
There's a whistle up above
And people pushin', people shovin'
And the girls who try to look pretty

And if your train's on time
You can get to work by nine
And start your slaving job to get your pay
If you ever get annoyed
Look at me I'm self-employed
I love to work at nothing all day

And I'll be...
Taking care of business every day
Taking care of business every way
I've been taking care of business, it's all mine
Taking care of business and working overtime
Work out!

If it were easy as fishin'
You could be a musician
If you could make sounds loud or mellow
Get a second-hand guitar
Chances are you'll go far
If you get in with the right bunch of fellows

People see you having fun
Just a-lying in the sun
Tell them that you like it this way
It's the work that we avoid
And we're all self-employed
We love to work at nothing all day

And we be...
Taking care of business every day
Taking care of business every way
I've been taking care of business, it's all mine
Taking care of business and working overtime

[Spoken] Take good care of my business
When I'm away, every day whoo!

You get up every morning
From your alarm clock's warning
Take the 8:15 into the city
There's a whistle up above
And people pushin', people shovin'
And the girls who try to look pretty
And if your train's on time
You can get to work by nine
And start your slaving job to get your pay
If you ever get annoyed
Look at me I'm self-employed
I love to work at nothing all day

And I'll be...
Taking care of business every day
Taking care of business every way
I've been taking care of business, it's all mine
Taking care of business and working overtime
Work out!

Taking care of business
Taking care of business
Taking care of business
Taking care of business

Taking care of business every day
Taking care of business every way
Taking care of business, it's all mine
Taking care of business and working overtime

Taking care of business
Taking care of business
We've been taking care of business
We've been taking care of business

(Transcribed by Linda)