July 25, 2012 (#1136)
ALAN WATT
"CUTTING THROUGH THE MATRIX"
LIVE ON RBN

Poem Copyright Alan Watt July 25, 2012:

Be You Happy, Sour, Even Rude,
You'll Come to Love Your Servitude:

"Corporate Feudalist Rule, The Future Forever,
Overlords and Serfs, It Should Make You Shiver,
Except for Professional Control of Your Mind,
Downloading Opinions, The Authorized Kind,
Ensuring Your Mind has Proper Entrainment
And Follows the Cues from Entertainment,
Comparing Yourself with Twittering Peers,
Divulging Hopes, Dreams and Fears,
You're Catalogued, Graded, very Predictable,
Producer of Taxes for System Despicable"
© Alan Watt July 25, 2012

 

Hi folks.  I’m Alan Watt and this is Cutting Through the Matrix on the 25th of July, 2012.

For newcomers I always start off by telling you to make use of cuttingthroughthematrix.com website where you’ll find over a thousand audios for free download.  You’ll find transcripts for download too in English on all of the sites listed there.  And if you go into alanwattsentientsentinel.eu you’ll find transcripts in other languages too for print up.  And what I do is go through the history of the big system that planned this world order, this type of scientific world order.  People think it’s a scientific dictatorship, they’re partially right, but it’s the bankers at the top, the big banking families that got together at the end of the 1800’s into the early 1900’s and formed big institutions, private clubs you might say, that now run governments.  They put their own members into governments; have done for the last hundred years.  And they use academia and specialists and scientists to bring about this rational world of theirs where we’ll all behave and do what we’re told as we go through the transitions into a world order.  A real world order, everything is to be ordered from birth to death, including what you’ll work at, if you’ll even be born if they need you for the economy, it comes down to what they say is rationalism.  So, there’s only so many going to get born every year down the road to suit the economy.  And the economy comes first; after all the bankers live on interest and they’ve got a great interest in all of us and what we do.

So help yourself to those audios, find out how it happens, the big foundations they have up as fronts, the parallel government which they created, and the thousands of NGO groups which lobby for them all the time to get laws passed which of course the foundations want passed.  And governments too are simply waiting to get them put onto them so they can pass them as well. 

Remember too, you bring me, actually this show, to you by listening to it.  And I don’t bring on private guests as basically advertisers who give you bad news and give you antidotes.  I simply give you the hard facts of the world as it is and where it’s supposed to go, and it’s up to you how you’re going to handle it.  But you do have to handle it one way or another, by understanding it and then making decisions for you and those around you that maybe want to move for instance, move out of the country, because we know for a fact that the U.S. is going to go through incredible turmoil; all the writing is on the wall. 

So you can support me by buying the books and discs at cuttingthroughthematrix.com and donating to me, because this is not a business.  Otherwise I’d go commercial with it and then you become commercial.  So, as I say, if you want to support me buy the books and discs and donate.  You can do it from the U.S. to Canada by using a personal check or an international postal money order from your post office, you can send cash, or you can use PayPal.  Across the world, Western Union, Money Gram, and PayPal, and straight donations are really, really welcome in these austere times.

What I do, as I say, is I link the past to the present, I give you the big foundations, the organizations that are continuously working, have for a hundred years.  They have shifts in fact, people working night and day on specialized areas of society, on all kinds of psychology.  For all age groups by the way, specializing from 0 to 5, and then 5 to 10, to do with how they’ll market ideas into your head, how they’ll indoctrinate children in school, even kindergarten in fact.  It’s so incredibly minute. 

And what they do is indoctrinate you for the kind of society that you will grow up in, which will be vastly different from even where we are now, which is vastly different from where we were twenty, thirty years ago.  That’s how it’s done.  You create the society that you want if you’re in power.  You create the future that you want if you’re in power, for yourselves of course.  And the general public are left in the dark.  They’re utterly ignorant of the manipulations on their own minds.  If fact they’re ignorant of where their opinions come from and how they’re put into their head for them by experts.  And they wrote about this fifty, sixty years ago, how they’d do this.  Back with more after this break.   

{Break ♫}

Hi folks.  We’re back Cutting Through the Matrix, and everything that happens on a large scale in this world, especially the spells that are cast.  Wars are spells for instance, they get us all in a grip and we’re forced to go along with watching in fascination and horror at the same time as countries are plundered, slaughtered, etcetera, under the name of commerce and saving the people, by killing them.  Things like that, it happens your whole life in fact because everything today works through a system, a very incredibly accurate and intensive system of propaganda.  Very, very good propaganda.  It’s been perfected long since Bernays started it off and whole schools and universities are devoted to the art of propaganda.  How to get ideas across to the general public and lie to them in such a way you put them back to sleep.  Or such a way which they’ll actually believe, whatever it happens to be, they’ll believe what you tell them, even though the shots on the newscast will show you otherwise, you’ll basically throw out that idea of your own perceptions and you’ll take the media’s spin on it.  Because the media remember is owned by the same parallel government that runs the world, the Royal Institute of International Affairs, the Council on Foreign Relations, all members of it, all the large media happens to be, T.V. and the paper media as well. 

So, you’re living through constant propaganda in everything, and right down to your local police station, they have a public relations or propaganda expert, so if there’s a complaint put in there, say a shooting of a civilian, then they bring out the PR person to spin you around in circles.  And the first trick of course is never to answer the question; you think you’re getting it answered, but they go on a spin on a different topic.  Politicians now take courses in it too.  All the British politicians admitted they take courses in propaganda.  And so they never answer the question that’s actually asked of them; what they do is answer a question that they wished had been asked of them.  Big difference there too.  And you will see that in some of the top politicians.  There was a series on CBC in fact, I might put the links up eventually once I’ve got all the series, and you can listen to see how propaganda is taught and how it works on the general public.  Because really we’re not supposed to ever know what the truth is on anything.  That’s the art of governance you see. 

Now getting back to all the shootings we’ve had recently too, which again is a spell on the general public, and that are never answered.  There’s always too many loose ends lying around to make any sense to the general public and no one investigates them generally.  And if you do too it doesn’t really matter because the public will always take eventually the mainstream’s answer.  I’ve said for many, many years, you suspend your disbelief, and that’s a term that’s been used now by other people that are catching on to it, because you suspend your disbelief.  You’re supposed to say I won’t believe this media, this is terrible, there are too many loose ends here.  But eventually it becomes so incredible you suspend your disbelief and go along with the mainstream because it’s too hard for your brain to grasp that you’ve been conned and lied to in such an incredible way by people with straight faces who seem to be, actually you’re trained to listen to them like big fathers on television, and you’ve watched them your whole life long.  And surely these people couldn’t all be lying to you like this, but actually they are.  They are you see.  There is nothing truthful on television, nothing. 

Now:

"Norway's mass killer testified on Thursday that he played video games as a way to train for a shooting spree that killed 77 people last summer.  In particular, Anders Behring Breivik said at his trial that he played “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2” as a means of shooting practice, according to CNN's report.  The confessed shooter also said he once played the online game “World of Warcraft,” a role-playing adventure with multiple players from around the world, for as many as 16 hours a day."

Alan:  And so that’s what he says, you see it’s "role-playing" adventures, you get into a role, you are the character and you carry it out.  And young children, very young children have a hard time, a very difficult time because they live in a semi-hypnotic state, young children, of imagination and reality all the time.  So they get a difficult time with role-playing, they can really get into the character until they don’t want to let the character go when it’s time to eat, that kind of thing.  But some people too, it will last longer into even adult life.  So, these role-playing games remember for "World of Warcraft" and especially all the ones that came out by the military-industrial complex that were used for the army training are used now in what we call average normal video games.  They are very addictive, very addictive.  But they were made by the military, still are made by the military, the Pentagon puts money into them and the idea is that you’re desensitized to killing.  That’s what most of them are for, to desensitize you from actual killing.  You’re not killing real people, the people aren’t real anyway, they become confused with real people and the targets.  And all you do remember is to go through as many as you can and kill as many as you can.  That’s ultimately it and you win at the end when you’ve killed them all.  So it definitely affects the psyche, there’s no doubt about it at all.  

So it says here that:

"For people who have long suspected that there is some link between violent video games and real-world violence, the statement offered frightening new evidence for why the video-game industry should be more strictly regulated."

Alan:  And then of course once you give something out there, most people who don’t go nuts with it will obviously stand up for having these things. 

"Many gamers and columnists, however, rolled their eyes and collectively muttered “here we go again.”"

Alan:  Remember too it’s big, big business.  So you’re going to get a lot of the professionals doing this. 

"“How many times are we going to do this?” Paul Tassi wrote in a Forbes story, “The idiocy of blaming video games for the Norway massacre.” “Really now, it's getting absurd.”"

"“Norway Killer Played World of Warcraft, Which Probably Means Nothing At All, declared a headline on Time.com, which shares a parent company with CNN.  Whether shoot-'em-up video games can incite violence has been a long-running debate among the public as well as in clinical psychology. This type of discussion tends to come up every time it's revealed that a high-profile killer also played video games.  Perhaps the most memorable case study was the Columbine High School shooting in Colorado in 1999, during which experts speculated about the influence of the game “Doom” on the teenagers who carried out that crime.  And for years, the controversial “Grand Theft Auto” series, in which players can kill police officers, was targeted by critics who said it glamorizes criminals and promotes violence. The makers of the game were even sued by the attorney for a convicted cop killer in Alabama, who argued the game inspired his client.  Ultimately, it seems like science should judge whether playing violent video games can lead to a propensity for violence in the real world. A number of recent studies have cast doubts about the link between video games and violence, but there's no definitive answer."

Alan:  Well of course there’s a definitive answer because you see it isn’t just video games; television itself has utterly completely turned all that was, all the system that was, upside down to what it is today.  It was all predictive programming through television; right down to: why do you think there are no families anymore?  That was one of the main debates that the big CFR groups talked about back in the 40’s, destruction of the family unit, along the same track really as the communists were doing.  And it’s all happened, and promote promiscuity.  Monkey see, monkey do, you see.  It worked very, very well.  So they know we can be highly influenced indeed by what we see and also what you’re playing at.  And if you’re playing at kill-kill-kill, and if you’re playing 12 hours a day or more, and some of them are really addicted to these games, there is something wrong here, there is something wrong.  But they are meant to be addictive, as I say the Pentagon puts a lot of money into these games that children buy, or their parents buy for the children and we see the outcomes of it today when nothing is real anymore.  People aren’t real, they’re just characters in a video game as you mow them down, obviously.  They’re even recruiting guys straight out, that haven’t even gone into the military in a sense, they’re brought into the military but they don’t even go through basic training because the military is now watching to see who are the best players on games and they recruit them right in to fly these drones.  You see these potbellied guys who are addicted to it, getting uniforms thrown upon them and then they’re sitting in a chair, you know, doing their snacks as usual, just like they were at home, but they’re flying drones now.  That’s the reality of it.

Now:

"The judge handling the Aurora theater shooting..."

Alan:  It’s interesting, Aurora, you know the whole thing, you had the precursor of the dawn Aurora and all the rest of it, and the color red, Colorado, with the shooting; and it says,

 "The judge handling the Aurora theater shooting case will not allow cameras in the courtroom when suspect James Eagan Holmes learns the formal charges against him next week.  Eighteenth Judicial District Chief Judge William Sylvester on Tuesday denied a request for video and still cameras to document the hearing this coming Monday at the Arapahoe County courthouse.  Sylvester's order says he weighed whether allowing cameras in the courtroom would interfere with Holmes' right to a fair trial or would be too disruptive."

Alan:  I don’t think they want the public either to see the condition that this guy’s actually in.

"The hearing, “is open to the media and to the general public, so the media and public will have ready access to the proceeding,”"

Alan:  He said.  But no cameras.

"One video and one still camera were permitted in the courtroom Monday when Holmes made his first appearance before a judge. Images of Holmes with a blank expression on his face, occasionally spreading his eyes wide or appearing to dose off, led to widespread debate about whether Holmes is mentally unwell, drugged or faking."

Alan:  Oh I don’t think the guy is faking, I think he’s totally confused as to what happened.  And he probably doesn’t remember an awful lot about it.  And what’s interesting, so much of this case is interesting.  There is so much you can’t really grasp or even, there are too many coincidences to things as I say that people would never believe you anyway.  But it’s interesting when you go into it and you find out the history of even the Batman thing.  Why the Batman thing to start with?  Why that one?  Why not some other one?  There are lots of them coming out all the time.  And it coincides too with some really terrible ones that were put out as comedies, where an old guy catches on with a young schoolgirl and goes out blasting people all over the place for fun.  It’s supposed to be a comedy you know and that just got released too a couple of weeks ago, why not that one? Well it takes time to set these things up you see, that’s why.  Not just the person who is going to be picked to do it but it takes time for those who are manipulating it all behind the scenes.  This article here is about the Batman series, and it says:

"Pop-culture historians regard Detective Comics… "

Alan:  That’s D.C. Comics.  You never really thought they were Detective Comics, but Batman is a detective, right.  It says:

"…as the first comic devoted exclusively to one theme. While it began with a variety of detective-related stories, from hard-boiled Slam Bradley to Sax Rohmer…"

Alan:  And then they go into Batman, they introduced Batman.  Back with more on this after this break.

{Break ♫}

Hi folks, I’m back Cutting Through the Matrix and talking about the Batman series and why people are so into Batman and these comics.  They are very addictive to children and they really stick in their heads, all the scenes, the plots and everything else.  And some of them really become fanatics on it too.  But this one series here was called the Doomsday Book, a special story on it, where Batman is introduced; Batman meets Sherlock Holmes, you know the name Holmes, this is the shooter’s name in this particular theater here.  And it’s quite fascinating to see how they bring the story together and even they find that the anti-hero type thing is Moriarty, he actually is the same devilish character that you see down through the ages under different names.  Moriarty is also the Joker you see in this particular series.

But then you go into this one here to do with Dick Grayson, right.

"Dick Grayson is a fictional character, a superhero that appears in comic books published by DC Comics. Created by Bob Kane and Bill Finger and illustrator Jerry Robinson," 

Alan:  Remember they have Robin in Batman and Robin, remember.  So these are the guys who created parts of them too. 

"…he first appeared in Detective Comics #38 in April 1940."

Alan:  Okay, so remember that, Robinson.  And Dick Grayson is the fictional character, that’s supposed to be the fictional name of Robin, the character in the movies you see when he’s not wearing his outfit, his little pair of tights and all that, he is named Dick Grayson. 

So we go back again.  Who is the main investigator for this showdown in Aurora, right?   It’s Mr. J. Grayson Robinson here. 

"Grayson Robinson is Sheriff of the Arapahoe County (CO) Sheriff’s Office, a position he has held since 2002.  He also serves as the Vice President/Vice Chairperson for the Commission. Sheriff Robinson…"

Alan:  Sheriff Robinson.

"…is actively involved with the National Sheriffs’ Association…"

Alan: So he’s got both names in there, Robin and Grayson, the two names that Robin used, his persona character and his so-called civvy street character.  It’s all in one name here.  This is the investigator for Mr. Holmes here.  Do you get what I’m saying here?  {Laughs}  

It says:

"…is actively involved with the National Sheriffs’ Association and currently serves on the Legislative Affairs, Counter Terrorism and Weapons of Mass Destruction, and Accreditations, Detention and Corrections committees.  He is also a member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police..."

Alan:  That means he works for the United Nations as well.

"…and the Police Executive Research Forum.  He has a Bachelor’s degree in business administration and a Master’s degree in public administration from the University of Colorado.  Sheriff Robinson also is a graduate of the FBI National Academy, the FBI Law Enforcement Executive Development Seminar, and the State and Local Executives Program at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government.  The Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office has been CALEA Law Enforcement Accredited since 1988…"

Alan:  Etcetera, etcetera.  So, you can’t make this stuff up, all these coincidences.  Who is playing with our heads here?  Do you ever wonder about that, who is playing with our heads?  When the characters from the Batman series are the main characters that are doing the investigations of the Batman murder basically in the Aurora Theater.  You can’t make this stuff up.  You can’t do it.  You just can’t do it. 

"JERRY ROBINSON, RIP: Pioneering Batman artist and comics ambassador dies at 89"

Alan:  I’ll put this link up tonight as well.  He was J. Robinson

"…a renaissance comics great whose career was launched at the dawn of superhero comic books beginning with “the Batman,” died in his sleep Wednesday in New York…"

Alan:  Blah, Blah, Blah, Blah, Blah. 

"He was 89 years old."

Alan:  And remember Robin was also Grayson, right?  It’s quite something this, it’s just amazing.  It really is absolutely amazing, quite fascinating in itself isn’t it?  Now they’re also saying that the: 

"Movie massacre suspect sent chilling notebook to psychiatrist before attack"

"James Holmes, the accused gunman in last Friday's midnight movie massacre…"

Alan:  Remember Holmes again, Batman, the series they did together, and their arch-enemy was the Joker, I just mentioned there.  I’ll put all these links up tonight for those that want to go into it. 

So:

"…the accused gunman in last Friday's midnight movie massacre in Colorado, mailed a notebook "full of details about how he was going to kill people" to a University of Colorado psychiatrist before the attack, but the parcel sat unopened in a mailroom for as long as a week before its discovery Monday, a law enforcement source told FoxNews.com."

Alan:  Is it true, is it not true?  We’ll never really know. 

"Police and FBI agents were called to the University of Colorado Anschutz medical campus in Aurora on Monday morning after the psychiatrist, who is also a professor at the school, reported receiving a package believed to be from the suspect."

Alan:  What do you mean "believed to be"?  It either is or it isn’t.  How would they believe it unless he’s written on it, right?

"Although that package turned out to be from someone else and harmless..."

Alan:  Now how could you get them confused?  I mean if you believed it to be from that suspect, it must have had something written on it to make you believe it was from that suspect, like his name and address.  But it was from someone else, so that means, well, you would not have been confused in the first place.  You understand what I’m saying here?  

"A second law enforcement source said authorities got a warrant from a county judge and took the package away Monday night."

Alan:  They found another package there apparently when they were looking for the first one. 

"When it was opened, its chilling contents were revealed."

"“Inside the package was a notebook full of details about how he was going to kill people,”"

Alan:  Isn’t that awfully convenient?

"…the source told FoxNews.com. “There were drawings of what he was going to do in it -- drawings and illustrations of the massacre.” "

Alan:  All stick figures.

"Among the images shown in the spiral-bound notebook’s pages were gun-wielding stick figures blowing away other stick figures."

Alan:  Why would he do that?  Send it to a psychiatrist and then turn up there?  Because he’d have been blown to pieces if that was the case, giving the hand away.  Why would he go to that trouble?  It doesn’t make sense.  Back with more after this.

{Break ♫ - You’re listening to the Republic Broadcasting Network because you can handle the truth - ♫}

 

Hi folks.  We’re back Cutting Through the Matrix, and we do live in a kaleidoscope of a world though, don’t we, because everything is censored, it goes through so many filters to take truth out of things until you’re left with all this junk at the bottom we’re supposed to parrot off and repeat to each other.  That’s how our reality is given to us, because you see the little people down below are not supposed to know ever really what’s going on.  Even though you can see it for yourself if you’ve got a bit of smart left in you, it hasn’t been drugged out of you, or knocked out of you through your injections and the rotten food that you’re getting or the poisons in your water or the stuff that’s sprayed from the air everyday. 

Now a feudal system is what we live in.  It’s a feudal system; corporations run the world, they’re all in bed together and even your countries are corporate entities really.  And they make deals between each other as corporate entities, that doesn’t include you by the way, they’re privately owned, they’re feudal.  But even these things like the Olympics, the Olympics are a corporation and we all pay for these darn things.  Anything that was to be international was to be promoted you see after World War II, or even before World War II they said it was a way to bring the world together; that was a big plan of, again, the Royal Institute of International Affairs a long time ago and the Milner Group, they’d promote everything that was international, but now we end up paying for it all, for this farce of a show where people can get to go and throw things about and run like children and get gold for it and it’s supposed to be a great thing.  But every country that they leave afterwards is always left with many, many, many millions of dollars in debt, and yet they always tout it as a great thing for the economy.  Well it is for theirs you see, here’s why:

"Britain flooded with 'brand police'…" 

Alan:  Brand police, like logos and all that, that’s owned by the Olympic game guys.

"…to protect sponsors"

Alan:  This is the first time I’ve read this kind of thing happening.

"Hundreds of uniformed Olympics officers will begin touring…"

Alan: The whole of Britain.

"…today enforcing sponsors' multimillion-pound marketing deals, in a highly organized mission that contrasts with the scramble to find enough staff to secure Olympic sites.  Almost 300 enforcement officers will be seen across the country checking firms to ensure they are not staging "ambush marketing" or illegally associating themselves with the Games at the expense of official sponsors such as Adidas, McDonald's, Coca-Cola and BP. The clampdown goes on while 3,500 soldiers on leave are brought in to bail out the security firm G4S which admitted it could not supply the numbers of security staff it had promised.  Yesterday, the Culture Secretary,"

Alan:  Remember too, it was interesting to me that the first people who had the culture secretaries for their governments were the communist countries, and now all the western countries have them.  They decide what your culture is going to be you see.  You think it’s always you are the culture; no, you see, they give you the culture and they alter it when it suits them.  Every government has got culture secretaries and a whole staff working to make sure they’re planning the right culture for the next 20, 30, 40, 50 years.  Anyway:

"…the Culture Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, refused to rule out that even more soldiers may be called upon to help with security, but dismissed the issue as merely a "hitch".  However, as well as the regular Army, the Olympic "brand army" will start its work with a vengeance today."

Alan:  Now they’ve already gone after people like butchers who would hang like five rows, circles of sausages in their window.  You can’t do that, it’s illegal; you get fined for doing that.  Things like that, no kidding.  It’s already happening.  It says:

"Wearing purple caps and tops, the experts in trading and advertising working for the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) ..."

Alan:  The ODA, they’re experts in it, see, in sausages and things, and chips and all that.

"…are heading the biggest brand protection operation staged in the UK. Under legislation specially introduced for the London Games, they have the right to enter shops and offices and bring court action with fines of up to £20,000.  Olympics organizers have warned businesses that during London 2012 their advertising should not include a list of banned words,"

Alan:  Banned words, folks.

"…including "gold","

Alan:  You can’t say gold during this because only the Olympics can say this you see.

"…"silver" and "bronze", "summer", "sponsors" and "London","

Alan:  You can’t use any of those words while they’re there.  You can’t use any of these words while you’re there you know. 

"if they give the impression of a formal connection to the Olympics. See examples of banned and allowed advertising below."

Alan:  I’ll give you a list of it at the end of the night; I’ll put all these links up at cuttingthroughthematrix.com.  It says:

"Publicans…"

Alan:  That’s the pub owners.

"…have been advised that blackboards advertising live TV coverage must not refer to beer brands or brewers without an Olympics deal,"

Alan:  You have to pay for it.

"…while caterers and restaurateurs have been told not to advertise dishes that could be construed as having an association with the event.  At the 40 Olympics venues, 800 retailers have been banned from serving chips…"

Alan:  French fries.

"…to avoid infringing fast-food rights secured by McDonald's."

Alan:  See, all the big corporations get first dibs and then you can’t use anything similar to them.

"Marina Palomba, for the McCann Worldgroup agency in London, described the rules as "the most draconian law in advance of an Olympic Games ever".  The ODA and LOCOG (London Organizing Committee of the Olympic Games) say the rules are necessary to protect brands."

Alan:  All their sponsors.

"These rights are acquired by companies who invest millions of pounds to help support the staging of the Games," Locog said. "People who seek the same benefits for free – by engaging in ambush marketing or producing counterfeit goods – are effectively depriving the Games of revenue."

Alan:  Well the games leave nothing behind them except massive debt anyway to the public, to the people who sponsor them, the poor schmucks at the bottom. 

"Some £1.4bn of the Games' £11.4bn budget comes from private sector sponsors. The International Olympic Committee's 11 global partners, including Coca-Cola, Visa and Proctor & Gamble, are contributing £700m while £700m comes from London 2012 partners, including Adidas, BT, EDF, and Lloyds TSB.  The scale of the brand enforcement squad is nonetheless likely to intensify criticism that the Olympics has become too corporate."

Alan:  It was always a corporation.  And big boys get their sort of semi-retirement pension.  They get kicked up to the top there and do nothing their whole damn lives from then on except let the money flow into their pockets.  It’s absolutely stinking and corrupt, always has been, absolutely corrupt.  And we don’t need it anyway.  Who needs it?  But again your governments are all hand in glove with the corporations of course and they must get their swag bags stuffed full of your cash. 

"Flu Vaccine To Be Offered To All Children"  

Alan:  Offered it says.  That’s how they put it.  Again that’s gone through the PR, understand; this is a handout because most media take handouts from the vaccine companies and so they write them up for them.  They never say that of course in the articles.  So it’s going to be “offered” to all children.  You know it’s going to be mandatory, right? 

"Officials say nasal spray vaccination for two to 17-year-olds will protect other more vulnerable people."

Alan:  It’s like DARPA saying “we’re doing this to help cripples,” you know.  DARPA is not in the business of helping cripples; they create cripples, you understand?  But they always use the same spins; these all come from public relations experts.  So this is to protect more vulnerable people.  It’s nothing to do with really protecting the children, or dumbing them down, or giving them autism, no, it’s to protect more vulnerable people.  That puts people into a schizoid attitude: well maybe they’re right, maybe they really are wanting to help the elderly, you know, and stop them getting sick.

"All children are to be offered the flu vaccine…"

"Up to nine million children would be eligible for a new nasal spray vaccine, which has just been licensed by the medical regulators.  Until now, the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunization (JCVI) has only recommended that children with underlying health conditions have the jab.  Scientists have previously said healthy children are unlikely to become severely ill with seasonal flu and that they develop long-lasting immunity from the disease."

Alan:  The best immunity is when you catch it and you get over it.  That’s true immunity, not this artificial thing with all these synthetic viruses they put into you. 

"But experts..."

Alan:  Here we are again.

"...on the JCVI say children spread the disease to more vulnerable people, such as the elderly, and have concluded universal vaccination is now worthwhile.  Health Secretary Andrew Lansley has accepted the recommendation.  Calculations suggest that even if just a third of children are vaccinated, flu cases across the country would drop by 40%."

Alan:  That’ll be a computer analysis again. 

"That would mean 11,000 fewer hospital admissions and 2,000 fewer deaths."

Alan:  They always give you this pablum to try and rationalize it and back up their claims.  Anyway, it says, when you look down at the bottom,

"“We accept the advice of our expert committee that rolling out a wider programme could further protect children.  With even a modest take-up helping to protect our most vulnerable.”  The £100m a year programme… "

Alan:  You understand, this is long-term sales.  It’s a long-term sales deal for the big vaccine companies, guaranteed.  Where can you as a small business guy get a ten-year guaranteed sales that the government or anybody else is going to buy this from you?  You can’t; that’s why they lobby governments.  That’s what the governments are now for, you understand. 

"The £100m a year programme will start "no earlier" than 2014, according to the Department of Health."

Alan:  And it’s a nasal spray.

"Scientists say the new nasal spray vaccine gives children much better protection than the traditional jab."

Alan:  You better just take their word for it I guess.

"…it contains a live flu virus that has been altered so it can not cause a full-blown infection, but still triggers a robust immune response."

Alan:  So this is from an expert, right, from Oxford University, Sarah Gilbert.  It "has been altered so it can not cause a full-blown infection" right?  It says:

"The virus is cold adapted, so it only replicates in the nose, where temperatures are 34 degrees. It can't survive in the lungs, where temperatures are slightly higher."

Alan:  Oh they’re so confident, eh?  Then it says:

"“So you do infect children, but they don't get the disease.”  However, she warned there is a small risk that children could spread the virus from their nose. They may have to stay away from elderly relatives for a few days after vaccination."

Alan:  Well isn’t that the whole purpose they claimed at the beginning, that they were going to give it to the children so as they wouldn’t pass on anything to the elderly?  And now it tells you at the very bottom, they have to stay away from the elderly for a few days after vaccination because they’ll be shedding the virus.  It’s going to cause the problem.  That’s your typical handout there, doublespeak you see, typical, typical. 

And I’ll also put up too a whistleblowers blog. 

"ATF's Orwellian Warning to Whistleblowers"

Alan:  Of course everyone’s heard the little audio that came out by the guy at the ATF telling their people not to be whistleblowers, and warning them about the chain of command etcetera, etcetera and what might happen to them if they become a whistleblower.  I’ll put that up tonight too. 

Now, Canada, you don’t hear much about Canada but of course we’re tied in with the U.S., we’re into the NAFTA deal, we’re sharing all our intelligence together.  The FBI knows all our histories in Canada because they’ve got access to all our computers now and vice versa.  We share customs, import duties and stuff with the States and even our agricultural systems are merged together.  Everything is merged together, for the people who don’t know so, it’s been merged for quite a few years.  And they’re doing further mergers and deeper mergers, just like Europe; it’s deeper mergers every year, ongoing.  So when the U.S. goes down Canada goes down with it because we’re tied financially, completely financially together.  It’s really one big system of corporations running the shows here.  That’s what we are now.  And so Canada is ready for it too, they’re getting ready for it too now.  They’ve been a bit lagging behind the U.S. because Canadians will generally do what they’re told in crisis. 

It says:

"Navistar Defence Canada To Support Royal Canadian Mounted Police…"

Alan:  That’s the RCMP.

"…With Armoured Vehicles"

Alan:  So here come in the armored vehicles for Canada. 

"Navistar Defence Canada, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Navistar Defense, LLC, today announced that it delivered on a USD $14 million contract from the Government of Canada to supply the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) with International MXT Armoured Personnel Carriers (APCs).  The new vehicles will provide increased protection and rescue capabilities for RCMP officers and members of the public during high-risk situations."

Alan:  So they know there’s going to be high-risk situations coming down the pike.  Mind you too these lobbyists in every country now have all the houses outside parliaments and congresses, and all they do is lobby all the time for their big contracts.  And a lot of money changes hands to the members of parliament that do deals with them.  You know that too of course, it’s obvious. 

"The contract to support the RCMP is the company's first MXT vehicle sale to the police and security sector.  "The RCMP is well regarded throughout the world as a top police service and we are honored to have been selected to provide MXT vehicles," said Dan Webster, president, Navistar Defence Canada.  "Navistar proudly supports allied military forces overseas and now we are taking steps to help security forces serve and protect here at home.  In addition, this award supports the product diversification goals of our parent company." The RCMP is unique as it serves as a national, federal, provincial and municipal policing body."

Alan:  It’s actually a paramilitary body, don’t forget that. 

"The RCMP provides policing services to three territories, eight provinces (except Ontario and Quebec), more than 150 municipalities and more than 600 Aboriginal communities.  In addition, the RCMP provides federal policing services to all Canadians."

Alan:  So, there’s also related reports too on armored vehicles and so on and so on and so on.  But they’re expecting trouble down the pike as we go into austerity you understand.  Austerity means that more money must go to corporations as they get richer and it must come from you, until you have nothing left except paying your bills, that’s austerity.  That’s what they mean by austerity, no extra spending cash, post consumer society. 

Now:

"Iceland Has Hired An Ex-Cop To Hunt Down The Bankers That Wrecked Its Economy"

Alan:  It’s a pity the rest of the countries aren’t doing that.  But they won’t do it of course because the banks own the rest of the countries.  It says here:

"If you were involved in Icelandic high finance in the run-up to the recession, you might want to start watching your back.  That's because the government has appointed a white collar crime bounty hunter who wants to haul your behind in (alive, to be sure).  LeMonde reporter Charlotte Chabas has a profile of Ólafur Þór Hauksson, a former local police lieutenant whom the Iceland government appointed to track down individuals likely to have helped sink the country's banking sector during the credit crunch."

"Hauksson's job description, according to PressEurop's translation of the piece: “On one hand, we have to investigate all suspicion of fraud and offences committed before 2009, on the other hand, we bring the lawsuits against the suspects to court ourselves,” Hauksson explains. This is a 'totally new' method which allows the investigators to 'follow the case' and the judicial system to “know the cases like the back of their hand”. This is indispensable in order “to compete with the well-prepared defence attorneys”."

Alan:  Who have all the cash of course.

"Hauksson oversees a posse of 100 researchers to help track down outlaws.  He's netted some major convictions since starting in 2009, including the former chief of staff of the country's finance minister on insider trading charges.  Many others await their day in court, Chabas writes.  And he will track you down even if you've fled abroad."

Alan:  Well that’s not bad. 

"“Searches continue and the team pursues its investigations abroad in the foreign subsidiaries of the Icelandic banks and includes questioning foreigners,” Chabas writes. “ 'We enjoy full international cooperation,' stresses Olafur Hauksson.”"

Alan:  And then it gives you “16 reasons to move to Iceland right now.”  And so maybe that’s the thing to do, you know, who knows the way it’s going everywhere else.  The writing’s on the wall everywhere.  You can see what’s coming down.  In fact they’re telling you quite openly what’s coming down, and again you will suspend your disbelief and go back into Disneyland and want to escape into how you think it used to be, which was all fantasy as well. 

I’ll put up tonight too an article on climate modeling failure.  They’re starting to admit their special computers with all their special scientists feeding rubbish into them have vastly over-predicted what was going to happen to the Earth’s temperature.  Back with more after this.

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Hi folks.  I’m back Cutting Through the Matrix, what a matrix indeed.  But reading this article about the climate models, these special computers they’ve spent billions and billions of dollars on that give them all, oh, scary answers.  That’s what they feed into it, a bunch of faulty stuff and it comes out guaranteed to give you scary answers to give up all your rights and we’re going to fry, we’re gong to melt, and we’re going to freeze.  Whatever it happens to be, they get exactly what they want.  Because all the far left remember when they brought down what was called communism went into the big green movement you see and they have to get total control someway so control of the climate was one of the things.  If the climate was going to go we’d all have to go under total control and austerity and yada-yada-ya, etcetera, etcetera into the big cities and then get managed there as we all go down the hill and die off basically.  And then they’d have their utopia for themselves.  Anyway:

"Climate modeling failure is unequivocal and ubiquitous for a multitude of reasons - a new study adds yet another reason as researchers determine the IPCC models incorrectly assume a historical polar amplification that did not happen"

Alan:  It’s all from the EU research now, the new European research. 

"Climate models are notoriously bad at predicting future climate conditions, which a preponderance of empirical evidence substantiates.  This magnitude of failure is likely to be partially due to faulty assumptions about the past climate."

Alan:  We’re all supposed to go on their assumptions on everything, you know.  And give up all our freedoms and rights and get herded into cities, and start sharing the beds to keep heat you know because we can’t afford oil eventually. 

"One key assumption of the climate models is that the northern polar regions, in the past, experienced an amplification of warming versus that of the mid-northern latitudes and thus would do the same in the future.  The adjacent chart shows such amplification for the Antarctica some 130 thousand years ago during the Eemian period. But did the same amplified warming happen during the Eemian period for the sub-Arctic and Arctic regions?"

Alan:  So, I’ll put this up for those that want to wade through it.  But it does show you that all these expensive models were just a lot of ballyhoo for a social purpose, for an agenda you see.  That’s what it really is for. 

And out of Britain, out comes a member of parliament who says:

"It is 'morally wrong' to pay tradesmen cash in hand, says David Gauke"

"People who pay cash in hand to tradesmen are "morally wrong", damaging the economy and helping tax evaders, a minister has warned."

Alan:  He’s a politician.  It says that he’s:

"…a Treasury minister"

Alan:  The guy that, you know, scrapes all the cash off the public for the big corporations.

"told The Daily Telegraph that home owners who allow workmen to evade VAT or income tax were forcing others to pay more."

Alan:  There is never enough though.  It wouldn’t matter if they had all your paychecks given to them.  Because government needs all that tax money to give to the corporations who’ve always got big building projects or keeping you safe with building new drones and stuff like that, you see.  

"His comments reflect growing concern in Whitehall about the cash-in-hand economy, which costs Britain billions of pounds a year in lost tax revenues.  However, critics accused the Government of being “unnecessarily moralistic” about ordinary people trying to keep their household bills down.  Mr. Gauke, the Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury, said: “Getting a discount with your plumber by paying cash in hand is something that is a big cost to the Revenue and means others have to pay more in tax”."

Alan:  I think, the plumber thing, I’d just say well flush the toilet.  Just flush it down there.  And as I say, there is never enough cash to keep these bar-stewards going.  These big, you know the guys from these special schools, special families.  Because that’s all what it’s for now; your job is to pay taxes for big corporations to take in grants, and the banks too of course; they just get bailed out all the time.  And then the big corporations who build all the war machinery that’s going to keep us all in place as we go into big austerity.  That’s what it’s for.  There’s never enough taxes for it all you see.  And the big paychecks they give each other too, you know, and benefits and all that kind of stuff, special hospital treatments and healthcare. 

From Hamish and myself from Ontario, Canada, it’s goodnight, and may your God or your Gods go with you.

 

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Detective Comics----Holmes meets Batman--"The Doomsday Book"

Jerry Robinson

Jerry Robinson, Creator of "The Joker"

Grayson Robinson --Sheriff

Holmes Sent Notebook to Psychiatrist Before Attack

Britain Flooded with "Brand Police" to Protect Sponsors of Olympics

Olympic Brand Police

Flu Vaccine for All Children

ATF Warns Whistleblowers

RCMP Received Armoured Personnel Carriers from Navistar Defence Canada

Ex-Cop Hired by Iceland to Track Down Bankers that Wrecked the Economy

Climate Model Failure

M.P.---"Paying Tradesmen in Cash is Morally Wrong"

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