June 21, 2012 (#1114)

Alan Watt "Cutting Through The Matrix" LIVE on RBN:

 

Poem Copyright Alan Watt June 21, 2012:

Thank God for Masters, Creators of Disasters:

"Welcome New World Order, The Century of Change,
An Old Plan by "Experts" to Rearrange
The World in Entirety, Eliminate Boundaries,
Transport Plants Overseas Including the Foundries,
A New Mythical World Constantly Morphing,
Gender Reassignment with Happy Endorphins,
All Living in Ecstasy, Content to Be One,
Working 14 Hour Shifts, It's Fun, Fun, Fun,
We'll Get Used to Austerity, Such A Little Bump,
And We can Crawl for Food Over the Garbage Dump,
Thank God for RIO, The G20 and All,
We can All Salivate Watching Their Festive Ball"
© Alan Watt June 21, 2012


cuttingthroughthematrix.com
alternate sites:
cuttingthroughthematrix.net  ,   .us  ,   .ca
alanwattcuttingthroughthematrix.ca

mirror site:
cuttingthrough.jenkness.com
European site includes all audios & downloadable TRANSCRIPTS in European languages for print up:
alanwattsentientsentinel.eu


Information for purchasing Alanís books, CDs, DVDs and DONATIONS:

Canada and AmericaPayPal, Cash, personal checks &
 for the US, INTERNATIONAL postal money orders / for Canada, INTERNAL postal money orders
 (America:  Postal Money orders - Stress the INTERNATIONAL pink one, not the green internal one.)

Outside the AmericasPayPal, Cash, Western Union and Money Gram
(Money Gram is cheaper; even cheaper is a Money Gram check Ė in Canadian dollars:

 mail via the postal services worldwide.)

PayPal Orders: USE THE DONATE BUTTON ON THE WEBSITE Ė AND Ė
Send a separate email along with the donation (list your order, name and address)

Click the link below for your location (ordering info):
USA        Canada        Europe/Scandinavian        All Other Countries


 

Poem & Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - June 21, 2012 (Exempting Music, Literary Quotes, and Callers' Comments)

 

Hi folks.  I am Alan Watt and this is Cutting Through The Matrix on June the 21st, 2012. For newcomers, you can go into cuttingthroughthematrix.com website. Help yourself to the audios, thereís lots to choose from, all free for download. Remember too, that all those sites listed on the .com site have the audios and transcripts for print up as well in English. If you want transcripts in other languages go into alanwattsentientsentinel.eu for the choice offered there. Remember too, you are the audience that bring me to you. You can buy the books and discs I have at cuttingthroughthematrix.com.   [Order and donation options listed above.]  Remember, straight donations are really, really, awfully welcome in this time of very strange occurrences. And by strange occurrences I mean itís the end of this particular age, you might say.

 

Those who understand the systems that they give us, the eras that they give us - because they run and dominate each era you understand, through money and money manipulation - know how to bring societies down, just like they can bring them up too at the beginning of empires. Itís a very old science and they bring a kind of circus stage in at the end, with all the New Age stuff and everything else, which bamboozles many people, and itís a thing thatís been happening for thousands of years, well documented by top professors who deal with history, ancient history to the present, and philosophers as well. But weíre in it right now; weíre living in a kind of a circus time where anything kind of goes and itís all mixed in with the real truth, the real facts until it becomes surrealistic and bizarre and everything gets tossed out the window, unfortunately, as far as real truth goes and facts. 

 

What I say too, is that I go through the history of the organizations that run the world; theyíve run it for an awful long time, via money at the top with very professional sounding names like the Royal Institute of International Affairs, which is comprised at the top of top international bankers and their sons. They set up the organization under different names, when they were the Milner Group and the Cecil Rhodes Foundation, then they merged into the Royal Institute of International Affairs/ Council on Foreign Relations across the world, CIGI in Canada.  They have many other names but itís all the same organization, dedicated for a hundred years to bring the world into a global system of governance, or government actually.  They also were the ones who came up with the idea of a United Europe.  They pushed for that; they did all the drafting for it.  The same with a United Americas; they drafted all that up and came out on television in Canada, under their own guise, their own name, the CFR, and boasted about that in 2005 and theyíre still at it of course.  But they also had a region for the Pacific Rim nations where, really, New Zealand and Australia come under the auspices of China, which they also helped to build up through their WTO, or World Trade Organization, built by the same boys at the Royal Institute of International Affairs - the parallel government, the real government in fact.  The one that we see is simply a bit of a zoo. The politicians are just little actors who are allowed to give nasty comments to each other, to see whoís the brightest, like little school boys, and they rubberstamp the big treaties that are signed by the real government and all their NGOs and foundations.  They rubberstamp them into law and then we must all follow suit. So we donít have democracy, we never had.  And itís a very difficult thing for most people to understand because theyíre brainwashed into the now, the reality of whatís happening today, never realizing that what happens today on any big scale was planned many, many moons ago. Thatís how the world is really, really run, has been for a long time, including the major wars by the way.  You can go into the early writings of propagandists for this organization, like HG Wells, talking about the need for world wars, to get the countries on their knees so that they could consolidate banking and countries and nations into one governmental system.  Back with more after this break.

 

Hi folks, Iím back Cutting Through The Matrix and what a Matrix it is, isnít it?  Because the world is half crazy right now, as itís supposed to be because weíre going through massive changes into a new world, a new society, a new order of things, and a whole new way of training children to suit the future masters, which are simply the children of the masters that master over us right now. Thatís how itís been for an awful, awful long time.

 

But look at the farce weíre having with the banking system, because the whole system is corrupt and it always was corrupt. Money is corrupt and banking is corrupt, when you can deposit a dollar and they can lend out eleven for every one dollar you give them.  Thatís not a bad deal, isnít it, and things like that. So itís all nonsense.  Then of course they create nations and then they create income taxes and all kinds of taxes, and then your government gets into those taxes and lends it out abroad and when they donít have enough to lend out abroad.   And they still say that weíre national, mind you, but your government is acting like a bank and they put you down as collateral if they need more money to give out abroad and things like that, to corporations. Because weíre in the new global economy, you see, so youíve got to pay for all the international corporations wherever they put their different bases across the whole planet.  Thatís corporate welfare, thatís what they used to call it.  Now itís just the redistribution of wealth; thatís your money again.  Thatís the farce of it. 

 

Of course it is a form of slavery. It was Charles Galton Darwin that said that.  He said weíre in the process of creating a more sophisticated form of slavery.  Because, he says, thereís always been slavery in one form or another. Sometimes itís more overt, sometimes itís more disguised, but weíve never really had freedom at all. Weíve never, ever had that. Thereís always an elite living off the rest of the public and for a while now itís been the monetary elite who make money off money. You donít get very rich by making things that you need, things that people really need.  You make money off handling money, you see; thatís where the whole con comes in.

 

Anyway, it says in this paper todayÖ

 

Moody's downgrades 15 major banks

bbc.co.uk / 22 June 2012

 

UK banks downgraded include Royal Bank of Scotland, Barclays and HSBC.

 

In the US, Bank of America, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan are among those marked down.

 

BBC business editor Robert Peston (Alan:  I donít know if that should be Preston, but anywayÖ) reported on Tuesday that the downgrades were coming and said that banks were concerned as it may make it harder for them to borrow money commercially.  (A:  Well you know whoís going to bail them out, eh Ė guess who Ė to get them all up to snuff so that they can rip off the country again, the whole world actually theyíre ripping off.  Theyíre still collecting all the houses; theyíre trying to figure out who really owns them after the last bank crash, and theyíre suing each other and stuff like that. Like sharks, arenít they?  You know, just like sharks.)

 

And then youíve got across the world too, again this great... basically something for us, to guide us, the guiding light you might say, of Australia, Gillardís Australia, which has pretty well gone the whole way of communism and authoritarianism, and you find hereís an article from Shell Oil to do with Australia.

 

Shell keen to import foreign workers

(A:  You see, they can run all these programs through that theyíve already signed up years ago, thatís importing cheap workers.  And you can pay them, say, the money youíd pay them from China; you donít give them an Australian wage.  Or from India, same thing.)

abc.net.au / Leigh Sales / Jun 22, 2012

 

One of the world's most powerful business leaders has applauded the Government's move to put a price on carbon (A:  See, that should tell you all why these big boys were all behind the greening movement and all that stuff, because itís a whole new area of finance for them. Money for nothing, you know, gas basically, and even then they donít even bother measuring it; they just use yardsticks and magic stuff to put it together. So heís all for the carbon taxes...), but says his company will need to import foreign workers to make its Australian operations competitive.  (A:  Now, the whole idea between free trade, remember, and youíve got to understand this, it was set up by the Royal Institute of International Affairs a long, long time ago.  They have never changed their objectives.  They always keep the same treaties and update the treaties but they keep the basics there, which is the free flow of goods and labor across national boundaries.  And thatís what they meant by that, the cheap labor across national boundaries. They donít have to go under Australian law, or anybody elseís law, and give them, say, the minimum wage of Australia. That was part of a treaty worked out in France back in the early 90s.)

 

Peter Voser, the global CEO of Shell, says Australia's productivity is a "real concern".

 

"You've got the high Australian dollar, you've got the scarce work force, and therefore we are concerned about the overall rate at which we are paying for Australian labour and clearly that needs some intervention," he said. 

 

This was worked out YEARS ago, theyíd start bringing in cheap labor, in ALL countries by the way, for those who donít know it. See, all the guys that you vote in all belong to the Council on Foreign Relations which is just another branch, for foreign branches of the Royal Institute of International Affairs. Every country has its President or Prime Minister as a member. So it doesnít matter what party you vote for, they have the ones at the top of all parties across the WHOLE planet.  So, there you are.  Itís working out perfectly as they said it would a long time ago.

 

Now as we do all this too, weíre going into austerity, you see. Austerity is training the public to go into POVERTY so that you donít haveÖ Youíre postconsumer so you canít go out and keep buying all the stuff that kept you happy and reward yourself for working.  No, youíve got to pay it all out on essentials. Food, which will go out of sight; see, all your food now is up on the global stock market, and derivatives market too, and they toss it all across the planet.  And the more they can get out of your country, exported you see, the more scarce it is at home and they can jack the prices right up. So they make a profit off selling your stuff abroad, because these guys wangle every countryís system, and then they can also up the price at home as well, saying, well, thereís not enough at home.  Beautiful when you handle the whole world, isnít it? Itís not difficult at all.

 

But at the same time too we have to go into austerity, and doctors, say in National Health Service countries like Britain, have been told officially not to send so many patients off for x-rays and blood tests and things like that.  Because you know, well really, weíre in the age of Ďwhat is your statusí.  Thatís really what it is.  What is your status in the community, do we really need you here? Well, Iím a laborer and I work at the bottom level. Well okay, your leg might be broken or whatever but just go home and weíll put a little bandage on it.  But basically thatís whatís going down. This is Obamacare by the way too, thatís coming into the States.  Theyíve been working on this for years before Obama came in, and youíll get the same service in the US very shortly. It says, this is in BritainÖ

 

Docs said two-year-old's broken leg was 'psychological'

 - and sent him home

parentdish.co.uk / Keith Kendrick / Jun 21, 2012

 

(A:  You see, the quality of doctors theyíve got in Britain, and most of them are imported now by the way, I mean they wouldnít get their degrees in a Lucky Bag, which is a candy bag that you used to get a little thing in, you know, a little reward. Maybe thatís where they did get their degrees, I donít know.  But youíre terrified to go to hospital now; the death rate is enormous, even when you go in for a simple thing, thatís if you get into hospital.  They wonít do cataracts for the elderly now; itís too expensive they say.  But they can afford to dish money abroad to build hospitals in China, because thatís what they do under the World Trade Organization.  For many, many years to come we still have to pay for China to come up to a higher level.  So this is what happened to a poor soul in Britain...)

A two-year-old boy was sent home with a broken leg after doctors dismissed his injury as 'psychological'.  (A:  I read one about two weeks ago or so where a guy said the same thing about a girl, a young girl and she actually had a massive infection, tuberculosis in fact, which killed her.  But thatís pretty common now, you know.)

 

Archie Eldridge had been given a temporary cast after an X-ray revealed he had a hairline fracture following an accident in gymnastics.

 

Ten days later, mum Natasha, 33, took Archie to a specialist (A:  Thatís what you get in Britain, you get specialists there; you understand, a specialist for certain things in the medical industry charge an awful lot of money.  But theyíre really kicked upstairs because theyíre terrible at diagnosis, as general practitioners. And many of them are advised to go into... mainly they go into areas of allergies and things; very easy work you see. You can hardly screw up in allergies.  But sometimes they go into other areas as well, like reading x-rays...) who inspected the X-rays and then removed the cast.  (A:  He thought there was nothing wrong with him.)

 

"The doctor informed us there was no fracture to his leg and asked Archie to walk, but he struggled to put any weight on his right leg," Natasha, from Dartford, Kent, told the Sun.

 

"The doctor said this was psychological and he would be walking within the next few days."  (A:  I guess if he wasnít theyíd probably give him some drugs and drug him, you know, to make him better.)

 

But two weeks after being discharged from Darent Valley Hospital, Archie was still in pain and struggling to walk so Natasha took him to another hospital for a second opinion.

 

Staff at Queen Mary's Hospital in Sidcup referred the youngster to his GP, who then sent him back to the SAME fracture clinic that had made the mistake. (A:  ...In the first place.)

 

X-rays later, eventually they found it definitely was a break, and it was below the knee, etc., and it couldíve been a lot worse because of the damage suffered during the whole time.† You understand, when you start losing marrow from your bone you get embolisms that go into the bloodstream and they can kill you, things like that. Or of course it can pierce right through the skin and now youíve got infection and youíve got a big problem.  But not with the new health care system. Nope. Itís all under control. This is austerity.  I donít know where they dragged these doctors up.  I know they import an awful lot from certain countries but they obviously shouldnít be qualified; thatís for sure.

 

And also, this article here, as they train societyÖ You understand, youíve got to understand the old, old agenda was to totally destroy, completely, utterly rip apart all traditions that kept people together, family units, the norms that ran the family units and everything else.  Because you see, those who want to control the whole world have a hard time with a people who stand up uniformly. When they have uniformity of thought, custom, etc. amongst themselves itís impossible to take them over. So you have to utterly destroy them. Well this article is about expressing themselves, for children, and itís from The Gay Star News, by the way.

 

UK infant (A:  Theyíre into the infants now.) schools praised for teaching

 trans kids to 'express themselves'  (A:  In Britain.)

Transgender activist welcomes Ofsted report and

applauds schools for allowing children to 'explore gender freely'

gaystarnews.com / 19 June 2012  / Matthew Jenkin

 

The report by education watchdog Ofsted found that children in primary schools (A:  Thatís when they first go in at five or whatever.) were encouraged to express themselves and allowed to dress as the opposite sex.

 

Schools were applauded for appreciating Ďthat a boy may prefer to be known as a girl and have a girlís name and similarly a girl may have a girlís name but wants to dress as and be a boy.í  (A:  You know, at four or fiveÖ This is complete engineering and destruction of the old, you see. Back with more after this.)

 

Hi folks, Iím back. This is Cutting Through The Matrix, talking about the social engineering thatís going on. Because once you see everyone is completely screwed up basically, screwed up - mind you, you can change your mind when youíre screwed up and be whatever you want.  But once youíve destroyed all that was, you see, to bring in the new, then the people are completely helpless.  And theyíre conquered.  With them then, they are raw stock, you can do with them what you want. You can shape them in any way that you want, and that was a big, big part of taking over the world.  And itís still going on of course, as the top-down boys push this on the whole of society across the planet.  So Iíll put this link up tonight as well.  And it is a warfare strategy.

 

This is a joke, this oneÖ

 

Official Olympic starter (A:  ...pistol...) banned from firing pistol at school sports day... because gunshot might FRIGHTEN children

dailymail.co.uk / Chris Parsons / 18 June 2012

 

The children have grown up watching, from Rambo to the present, you know, billions and billions of rounds fired by Hollywood, blood and guts galore.  But you know, the sound of a gunshot might frighten the children. What a joke, eh?  These are the same nutcases that wrap boys up in cotton wool; donít climb that tree and all that stuff.  You might break a leg and get misdiagnosed by some imported doctor, that kind of stuff, you know.    So thatís the world we live in.  Itís absolutely crazy isnít it? But you ainít seen nothing yet folks. You ainít seen nothing yet.

 

When you get told by crazy people to give them authority and respect their authority, you are falling into the same psychosis as they have, you understand. And I really mean that. I really mean that. Iíve said it before, if some guy is dressed like Napoleon and he says, address me as Napoleon, or else, and you say, get lost, thatís crazy, and then you get locked into prison because you wouldnít, because you hurt his feelings, you see, well that is madness in itself.  And thatís what weíve got, is damn madness.  Letís be honest about things.

 

This article here is from Press TV.  Thereís many different ways of looking at the same thing.  And thatís whatís wrong with the public; theyíre unable to look at things from different angles and perspectives, because of the conditioning that we have.  Weíre LINEAR in thought, and weíve been trained that way you see.  But itís about Obama...

 

Obama honors Israeli criminal with Medal of Freedom

US President Barack Obama awards Israeli President Shimon Peres the Presidential Medal of Freedom during a dinner ceremony in Washington, June 13, 2012.

presstv.ir / Jun 14, 2012

 

And in this article here it calls him a war criminal, you know.  Iím not sure which one.  It must be one or the other, or maybe both.  Who knows?† But anyway, thatís one way of looking at one aspect of something because those who are on the receiving ends of nasty stuff, theyíve got a voice as well.  They can say what they think and they think that the guy is a war criminal.  And then you read this article here, of who is now over in Israel at the moment...

 

Kissinger: Moment of truth on Iran within months

jewishjournal.com / June 19, 2012

 

Israeli President Shimon Peres, left, stands with former U.S. Secretary of State Dr. Henry Kissinger before awarding him the Presidential Medal of Distinction (A:  So theyíre giving each other medals, you see.) at the fourth annual Presidential Conference in Jerusalem on June 19.

 

Henry Kissinger, upon receiving Israelís presidential award from Israeli President Shimon Peres, said the moment of truth on the Iran question will be in the months ahead.

 

ďThe question is at what point one concludes that negotiations have reached their limit? It is not a question that should be answered unilaterally,Ē the former U.S. secretary of state said Tuesday night in a speech at the opening gala of the 2012 Presidentís Conference in Jerusalem.

 

ďThe fact is that the members of the Security Council have stated for 10 years that a military nuclear program in Iran is unacceptable. They owe themselves the need for diplomacy, but also a point will be reached at which they will have to define what they mean by unacceptable and how that should be implemented. And that is a moment that will be approached in the months ahead, and it is something that we should all do together.Ē  (A:  So as they all give each other medals, across the world, they want war with Iran of course.  And that will come when itís the right time.)

 

This is an interesting article here. As Iíve said before, it ties in with what I said earlier on, of how the whole world agenda was laid out a hundred years ago, easy... easy, at least in print. Little pamphlets went out before it from different organizations, but then they put them into books and into print and told you about the whole world agenda. This article is to do with the EU, the European Union, this basically unelected Parliament they have, or at least the commissioners at the top that really run it; itís not democratic.  But they have to destroy all that was to bring in the new, once again. It says hereÖ

 

The EU should "do its best to undermine" the "homogeneity" of its member states,

the UN's special representative for migration has said.

bbc.co.uk / 21 June 2012  / Brian Wheeler

 

(A:  So youíve got a representative for migration and immigration, you see, from the United Nations.  So they want to UNDERMINE the HOMOGENEITY Ė right, thatís the culture, the people, the race you might say of the people, the ethnic race, undermine it Ė and give more immigration to destroy the older system.)

 

Peter Sutherland told peers (A:  Thatís the guys who stand up when theyíre I guess at the toilet, in BritainÖ) the future prosperity of many EU states depended on them becoming multicultural.  (A:  Remember that article that I put up before with Tony Blair who got his right-hand man in on it, and they opened the doors to immigration, and Blair said it was to destroy the culture of Britain forever. Now thatís a fact folks. Thatís a fact. It came out in the mainstream. And hereís Peter Sutherland from the United Nations, the special rep for immigration, they call it migration because they like to put them all over the place and move them around.  And what else is he too? Heís also on the board, the top board, the chairman of Goldman Sachs.  And the United Nations is independent you think, eh?  Oh, Iíve been telling you for years that the big corporations ARE the United Nations; they run it, from the Royal Institute of International Affairs.)

 

He also suggested the UK government's immigration policy had no basis in international law.  (A:  ...roll over and play dead, he says... thatís what it means.  Thatís what it means.  Itís got no basis... so just open the floodgates and sink. Back with more after this break.)

 

Hi folks, I am Alan Watt. Weíre back Cutting Through The Matrix, reading this article about a guy from the United Nations who is in charge of immigration across the world apparently. Did you vote this guy in?  Did you even know it existed?  Of course not, because the United Nations is a front organization, just like the Royal Institute of International Affairs is a front organization.† And this guy also, Mr. Peter Sutherland, it says, told peersÖ  Now, how can you tell peers, which are his own equals in other words, at the House of Lords in Britain, who deal with the EU home affairs subcommittee, thatís what theyíre on basically.  Heís telling them to just open the doors because what theyíre doing is basically illegal.  Well where is this charter? Where is this world charter to do with who you can let in and who you canít let in?

 

He told the House of Lords committee migration was a "crucial dynamic for economic growth" in some EU nations "however difficult it may be to explain this to the citizens of those states".  (A:  ...meaning the citizens are just too dumb and stupid to understand.  Itís for their own good, you understand.)

 

'More open'

An ageing or declining native population in countries like Germany or southern EU states was the "key argument and, I hesitate to the use word because people have attacked it, for the development of multicultural states", he added.  (A:  You see, they told the good people for years to be good and obey and donít have any children, go out and have fun, party forever, even though youíre aging pretend youíre still 20, and watch all the filth on television, and get lots of partners but donít have children. Like, remember, Julian Huxley said at UNESCO, thatís the system theyíd bring in.  Well thatís what they did.  They didnít have many children and now they need all the children to come in to pay off the national debt; thatís what Thatcher said too.  But again, itís a banking system here too; you see the whole world is run by bankers.  So this guy in charge of international immigration for the United Nations is also, it says...

 

Mr Sutherland, who is non-executive chairman of Goldman Sachs International and a former chairman of oil giant BP, heads the Global Forum on Migration and Development (A:  ... I like the Ďdevilí part.), which brings together representatives of 160 nations to share policy ideas.  (A:  Weíre all run by representatives now that we donít even know exist, making decisions over all of us.  And people accept it. They donít mind being ruled, dominated.  They still want to believe thereís a democracy somewhere over the rainbow.)

 

"It's impossible to consider that the degree of homogeneity which is implied by the other argument can survive because states have to become more open states, in terms of the people who inhabit them. Just as the United Kingdom has demonstrated."  (A:  Iíll put this up tonight too, it goes on a little bit more about the...)

 

. . . Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) (A:  It sounds very important, but itís just an IMF branch you see, and at the end of World War II they set it up in all the countries that signed the United Nations treaty in 1946.  What they do, the OECD, the same person generally is in charge of the IMF for that country.  So they borrow money from the people, they put you down as guarantors, then they lend money overseas to the big corporations theyíre setting up in other countries.  Theyíve been doing this since 1946.  Bankers run our lives. We donít elect the bankers.)

 

He told the committee: "The United States, or Australia and New Zealand, are migrant societies and therefore they accommodate more readily those from other backgrounds than we do ourselves, who still nurse a sense of our homogeneity and difference from others. 

 

"And that's precisely what the European Union, in my view, should be doing its best to undermine."  (A:  There you go.  You just have to undermine it until youíve got the lovely, lovely rainbow stuff and all that, and the melting pot, and then youíve got segregated societies as they all go into their own communities and have riots and gang fights and things like that. And then theyíll come out and say look, oh, itís a mess, we have to rule you in a more authoritarian fashion.  Itís beautiful how they plan this in advance isnít it?)

 

This saysÖ

 

$46m carbon tax bill for hospitals, schools

dailytelegraph.com.au / SIMON BENSON / June 11, 2012

 

The average Sydney hospital (A:  in Australia) will be hit with a $120,000 annual carbon bill after the $23-a-tonne tax kicks in on July 1.  (A:  So itís ready to kick in, $23 a ton tax.  So I guess theyíll have to just basically either up the cost of all medical care, through taxation of course, or else give you less and less care, and find some charities on the side or something, or maybe theyíll do song and dances in the streets, with all the staff, to raise the cash to pay the taxes.  I donít know how theyíre going to do it there. But thatís whatís coming down.)

 

And the big bankers again now have a whole new economy of tossing carbon credits around and holding onto them until they evaluate in cash, because thereís always inflation, and they can sell them off and all that kind of stuff. You know, bags of nothing.  What a great deal eh?

 

Global warming: second thoughts of an environmentalist

Fritz Vahrenholt, one of Germany's earliest green energy investors, is not convinced that humanity is causing catastrophic global warming.

telegraph.co.uk / Fritz Vahrenholt / 18 Jun 2012

 

Scientists of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) are quite certain: by using fossil fuels man is currently destroying the climate and our future. We have one last chance, we are told: quickly renounce modern industrial society Ė painfully but for a good cause.

 

For many years, I was an active supporter of the IPCC and its CO2 theory. Recent experience with the UN's climate panel, however, forced me to reassess my position. In February 2010, I was invited as a reviewer for the IPCC report on renewable energy. I realised that the drafting of the report was done in anything but a scientific manner. The report was littered with errors and a member of Greenpeace edited the final version. (A:  I mean, thatís beautiful, give Greenpeace the final version to edit, right.) These developments shocked me. I thought, if such things can happen in this report, then they might happen in other IPCC reports too. (A:  Well of course they did.)

 

Good practice requires double-checking the facts. After all, geoscientists have checked the pre-industrial climate, over the past 10,000 years (A:  Theyíve got time machines you see.): this isolates natural climate drivers. According to the IPCC, natural factors hardly play any role in today's climate so we would expect a rather flat and boring climate history.

 

Far from it: (A:  ... And so on and so on.)

 

He goes through the reality of what they can check, at least think they can check, and shows you all the intentional nonsense they put into their reports to deceive the general public, to make it sound legitimate and all very good. Understand, itís a political/social agenda. And theyíll get any distorted information, pretend itís fact and pump it AT YOU as though it is fact.  And thatís how you do it. Itís like creating a religion; itís no different.

 

AndÖ

 

Renewable Energy Threatens To ďRuinĒ GermanyÖ

 (A:  ...and they call it...) ďA Tsunami Of CostsĒ

notrickszone.com / P Gosselin / 19. June 2012

 

FOCUS cover story title: ďEnergy End! Why it is unaffordable and threatens to ruin the country.Ē

 

This weekís cover story of Germanyís print news magazine FOCUS carries the title: Energy End. If you can read German, by all means pick up a copy.

 

One year ago Germany, in a fit of hysteria, ordered 8 nuclear power plants closed immediately and the remaining 9 closed by the year 2022. By 2050 itís energy supply must be at least 80% supplied by renewable sources Ė costs be damned.

 

This has come to be known as the German Energiewende or ďenergy transitionĒ, roughly translated. And so the mad rush to renewable energy was on in earnest. Today, just a single year later, the high costs and insurmountable technical problems (we warned them) have spooked leaders and sparked a wave of uneasiness to sweep over the country. Even the once green media are waking up and sounding the alarms. (A:  Itís bankrupting them in other words.)

 

. . . exorbitant feed-in tariffs to power companies . . .  (A:  And so on. Itís just bankrupting the whole darn thing.  And they donít have enough electricity to supply the country, by turning off all these nuclear plants, you see. And they give you the different percentages of people who are for it, against it and all the usual stuff. So weíll see what happens.)

 

Now, again, like everything else, it always starts with massive marketing campaigns to terrify people, in order to sell them on an idea of, weíre here to help you...

 

Fluvax probe reveals manufacturing flaw

(A:  They call it a flaw, just a little flaw, right.)

ninemsn.com.au / Jun 20 2012 / Michelle Henderson

 

It could be years before biopharmaceutical company CSL's flu vaccine can be used again by children, the company says.  (A:  And even the way this is worded is so... again, neurolinguistics you see. Rather than just come out with the real story theyíre trying to say, oh isnít that a shame, we canít get it for a few years now, oh dear.)

 

CSL's vice-president of medical and research, Darryl Maher, says the company is trying to change the way it manufactures the vaccine, after the 2010 Fluvax inoculation caused fevers and convulsions in some young children.  (A:  Remember the one too, I think it was in Finland, they found that it gave them basically a sleeping sickness, a sort of form, and many other neurological problems as well.)

 

An intensive two-year investigation into the adverse reactions, released publicly for the first time on Wednesday, found specific virus components had triggered excessive immune responses in children.  (A:  That means, people, those children are going to be HYPER allergic to everything, for their whole life long. Itís screwed up their entire immune response system.  Theyíve been doing this for years by the way. Thatís why allergies were very rare and now you have people who are allergic to everything. When you get an infection, because your body is at war with ALL the little things it shouldnít be, it should just dismiss them, it canít concentrate to fight off a real infection.)

 

Dr Maher said the manufacturing method used by CSL seemed to preserve the virus components that caused the reactions.

 

He said CSL needed to change the process and show that the new method worked, while providing a safe and effective vaccine for all age groups.  (A:  Now youíre trying to tell me they didnít do the same nonsense with this one before they gave it to children? A war is going on folks. Itís a war. And these guys get off with it. Heads should roll, you know, for the damage theyíre doing. But the public today will accept anything, wonít they? anything at all. Plastic, plastic people.)

 

And then this strange article hereÖ

 

Explosives found at Swedish nuclear plant

upi.com / June 21, 2012

 

GOTHENBURG, Sweden, June 21 (UPI) -- Swedish nuclear facilities were placed on alert Thursday after explosives were found at the Ringhals nuclear power plant, the Radiation Safety Authority said.

 

. . . the threat level was raised as a precaution following the incident at the plant south of Gothenburg.

 

An explosive device was found Wednesday afternoon on a large truck that was returning to the reactor area from an industrial estate belonging to the nuclear power plant. 

 

(A:  Apparently it was about fist sized or hand sized.)  Larsen told TT the device was the size of a small fist.  (A:  Now, we donít know if it was a test or what.  You know, they do these tests too and try to smuggle them in.  We have no idea; weíll have to wait and see. But Iíll put this up anyway and weíll find out what comes out, if anything at all.)

 

Years ago they used to put movies out about forest fires and the firefighters, these heroic movies.  And you had all the heroes and all that stuff that could, you know, just tempt death and all the rest of it, to save your lives and save the forest.  And of course now they set fire to the forests.  Just overnight they changed and started setting fires to forests to so-called burn off the underbrush.  And weíve had forests in the past that came up from the States, with joint US/Canada guys setting fires, which joined together and smoldered and reburst every summer for years, that burned out whole villages and towns and all that.  Because they wanted to burn out, you know, the underbrush; a controlled burn they call it.  Anyway it saysÖ

 

Croatan wildfire exceeds 20,000 acres; air quality suffers

wral.com / June 19, 2012

 

New Bern, N.C. ó U.S. Forest Service firefighters hope to soon contain a coastal wildfire that has grown to more than 20,000 acres in just three days.

 

The fire in the center of the 160,000-acre Croatan National Forest spread from 10,800 acres Monday night to nearly 21,250 by late Tuesday morning. It started as a prescribed burn by the Forest Service last Thursday but got out of control.  (A:  Iíve lost count of the times Iíve read these articles. I can remember years ago too, they said, when they were talking in the preliminary parts of Agenda 21 many, many years ago, how theyíd get the public off the land and into the big cities, because thatís the agenda you see. One of them actually quipped that theyíd burn them out if necessary, and it makes you start to wonder about it doesnít it? Because this is happening every year, controlled burns, and you end up, towns, everything goes. And then of course the insurance companies wonít reinsure the people or let them build in those areas because, well, they might have a fire again. So thatís them, they go into the cities and thatís it, done.)

 

Crews were using three helicopters to drop water on hot spots (A:  ... And all that kind of stuff.  Weíll see. Weíll see what happens there.)

 

Now, this Council on Foreign Relations, again, the big boys that tell every other reporter what to write, because you see most of the reporters are, the big ones anyway, are all on the Council on Foreign Relations, to standardize all news. And we know their agenda because they are part of the Royal Institute of International Affairs for globalism; so theyíre all pro-war on Islamic countries, theyíre all pro this for greening, theyíre pro all the rest of it and so on. But now they want to make voting mandatory and this is from the CFRís own website.  Now, these guys have no official recognition, as far as we know... Of course they do, really, from the boys that run the world, the bankers and that, because they own them; theyíre part of their team. But we donít vote them in and here they are wanting to make voting mandatory.  Thatís what they did in the Soviet system; they did in Australia, elsewhere, Holland.  Because you see, to really rule you in an authoritarian way, and get you to accept it, you have to vote and give yourself over to them.  Thatís a legalism.  Otherwise theyíre being tyrannical upon you. But if you vote for them, then they put out tyrannical laws and taxes, then they say, well you voted us in, itís all legal. And you have nothing to say to that, you see.  So they want it to be mandatory...

 

Make Voting Mandatory

cfr.org / Peter R. Orszag / June 20, 2012 / Bloomberg.com

 

The U.S. prides itself as the beacon of democracy (A:  I donít know wherever they got that from.), but it's very likely no U.S. president has ever been elected by a majority of American adults.

 

It's our own fault -- because voter participation rates are running below 60 percent, a candidate would have to win 85 percent or more of the vote to be elected by a majority.

 

Compulsory voting, as exists in Australia and more than two dozen other countries, would fix that problem. As William Galston of the Brookings Institution argues, "Jury duty is mandatory; why not voting?"

 

Mandating voting has a clear effect: It raises participation rates.

 

The thing is though, theyíre all crooks that youíre voting for. They all belong to the very organization, the Council on Foreign Relations, that this author belongs to. So youíre not surprised, right, that heís writing about it? But do you really want to vote for some guy thatís going along with all the PC agenda? Do you really want that? I mean, if voting, as I say, worked, IF VOTING WORKED none of this would be happening with this amalgamation of the planet.  Nothing would be happening with us all bailing out all the banks across the planet too. We wouldnít be throwing your money... Your government wouldnít be borrowing money and putting you down as guarantor to pay it off and throwing money out across the world, to third world countries because they signed an agreement with them. You didnít do that. You didnít sign an agreement through the World Trade Organization.  You see.  So why not, NOT VOTE AT ALL?  Thatís the only way you can really show that youíre rather disgusted with the whole affair, isnít it? But if you do vote for anybody at all you are giving them authority to do what they want over you.  That is law, by the way. They can do what they want because youíre giving them the authority.  It doesnít mean that you didnít realize they were going to do what they were going to do to you, like bash you on the head or whatever it happens to be. The fact is you are giving them the authority to do that very thing, if they want to.  Thatís the law.

 

And then, this guy here, itís amazing too.  Elliott Abrams is the senior fellow for the Middle Eastern studies at the Council on Foreign Relations, and heís got, Iíd say a compromised mind, Iíd say, perhaps. And he saysÖ

 

What Does It Take for Obama to Move on Syria?

cfr.org / Elliott Abrams / May 31, 2012

 

(A:  Heís always pushing for war, this Elliott Abrams, in Iran and everywhere else because you see thatís the big agenda, under the Project for the New American Century, which has now morphed into Obamaís group as well.  Itís just one agenda on the go, it doesnít matter who you vote for.)

 

But today there are two developments worthy of note. The greater one is this report of what Secretary Clinton said in Denmark, according to the Daily Star newspaper of Beirut...

 

Where she said that they need other support, like Russia and all that on board and China.  And heís pretty well saying, well who says so? why not just go ahead and do it, in other words, to paraphrase it all.  But heís always pushing for war, a Council on Foreign Relations man, eh.

 

And...

 

Australian Climate Tsar Calls for Ripping Fillings from the Dead:

ďYou Just Need a Pair of PliersĒ

wordpress.com / June 7, 2012

 

(A:  He says itíll cost two dollars and he should know because he probably has deals going with China, theyíre so close to them. Thatís where weíre falling folks. Falling, weíve plummeted. Back with more after this break.)

 

Hi folks, Iím back Cutting Through The Matrix and just before I go to a caller, Iíll just mention too that the Queenís Crown real estate, the estates that she owns, are just raking in the cash like never before because of all the green energy, all these big windmills that they managed to get deals on, and they get paid all that money for them sitting on their vast estates, you know, selling it to the public, who are also subsidizing them.  So Iíll put that up too. 

 

Record profits at Crown Estate boost Queen's income - telegraph.co.uk / 21 Jun 2012

 

Alan:  Now thereís Jack from Michigan on the line there. Are you there Jack?

 

Jack:  Hi.† Iíve been thinking about Theodor Adornoís quote about how the Frankfurt school was trying to implement a culture of necrophilia basically.

 

Alan:  Thatís right.

 

Jack:  And it just kind of hit me when I was watching the Luka Magnotta video, that weíre already there.

 

Alan:  Weíre there. He said our whole goal is to completely reengineer the culture of the West, especially America, so theyíd never become fascist etc. He meant destroying the male, destroying everything, and bring out massive promiscuity until theyíd bring in necrophilia.  then, he says, that might not even be enough then to bring in the new system.  And that was from the Frankfurt school.  Thatís from his own writings; Iíve got them here.

 

Jack:  Yeah, because Iím 24 years old and I remember just riding the school bus in middle school, you know, kids were just going at it, smoking crack, doing just about everything, you know.† And this was before I was even a teenager. But with all these video games that came out when I was young about making snuff films, called Manhunt.† And the company that came out with this was called Rock Star Games.  [Caller laughing.]† And the guy who started it was the son of Peter Brandt, a magazine type of guy who was kind of affiliated with Andy Warhol.

 

Alan:  Thatís right.

 

Jack:  I understand that he even kind of made necrophilia films, like this Frankenstein film in the 70s even.  Itís like this has been going on for a long time.  But now, like my parentsí generation, they go and see the movies like Saw and Human Centipede and all this stuff, and they like it.† So they like it too.† And I just thought it was a younger generation thing.

 

Alan:  Itís been so incremental generation to generation, and they know exactly when to up it to the next generation.  The timingís perfect, always perfect, with many other things to coincide with it and reinforce it at the same time. But you understand, this is the agenda, to destroy all Western cultures they said that they would bring us down to the state of necrophilia in order so that a repeat of World War II would not happen again, and that the Americans especially would not become fascist and turn on a so-called minority. That was the wholeÖ And they were given utter, complete authority to work with Bernays, along with the presidents, to reengineer a new culture for America, that was to be the showplace for the world and all countries would copy it. Thatís correct, absolutely.

 

Jack:  Do you think weíre going to hit rock-bottom soon? I donít know how much crazier it can get.

 

Alan:  Oh, itís going to get crazier.  They literally planned to have mass riots over 50 years ago when they set up this whole agenda, this part of the agenda, and they would have mass riots towards the end as theyíd utterly collapse society and out of the collapsed society weíd have a unified, global system and a new trained population, and even a thinning of the population.  Thatís why youíre seeing for over 20 years actually, the buildup of internal armies to deal with what will come down the road, because they must train the police into a different mentality as well, to fight, internally, troubles and strife and all the rest of it. So itís all planned that way. Youíre going through a long-term planned agenda, from the top. Thereís nothing magical about it. Itís all in the planning and all the think tanks that work on it and give us the culture and run the culture industry and your politics; theyíre all combined.† Thanks for calling.

 

From Hamish and myself from Ontario Canada, itís good night and may your God or your Gods go with you.

 

 

Topics of show covered in following links:

 

Moody's Downgrades Major Banks

Shell Applauds Carbon Tax and states His Company will Have to Import Foreign Workers to Stay Competitive--Australia

The Signs and Symptoms of the Fall of the National Health Service

Transgender Activism in UK Schools

Olympic Starter Pistol Banned--Gunfire Might Frighten Children

Obama Honors Israel's Shimon Peres

Kissinger--"Moment of Truth on Iran Within Months"

UN "Migration Chief", (Also is Chairman of Goldman Sachs) Peter Sutherland Urges EU to Do their Best to Undermine the Homogeneity of Their Nation States

Hospitals and Carbon Tax

Global Warming--Second Thoughts of an Environmentalist

Renewable Energy Threatens to Ruin Germany

The Disasters of Fluvax

Sweden--Explosives found at Nuclear Power Plant

North Carolina--"Controlled Burn" Leads to Forest Fire

Make Voting Mandatory--CFR

CFR's Elliott Abrams Urges US War on Syria Again

British Royal Estates and Record Profit

 


Alan's Materials Available for Purchase and Ordering Information:

BOOKS

"Cutting Through"
  Volumes 1, 2, 3

&

"Waiting for the Miracle....."
Also available in Spanish or Portuguese translation: "Esperando el Milagro....." (Español) & "Esperando um Milagre....." (Português)

CDs

Ancient Religions and History MP3 CDs:
Part 1 (1998) and Part 2 (1998-2000)

&

Blurbs and 'Cutting Through the Matrix' Shows on MP3 CDs (Up to 50 Hours per Disc)

DVDs

"Reality Check Part 1"   &   "Reality Check Part 2 - Wisdom, Esoterica and ...TIME"