April 4, 2013 (#1302)
Alan Watt "Cutting Through The Matrix" LIVE on RBN:
Poem Copyright Alan Watt April 4, 2013:
Hear Silence of the Throng, Going, Going, Gone!:
"The Banksters use Marketers' Neologisms to
As They're About to Plunder Depositors, Hear Their Hilarity,
'Bail-ins', The New Term for the 'Cyprus Haircut',
Expected to Be Widespread, Yet Managers won't Take Pay-Cut,
Yes, The Green Light has Been Given to All the Top Banks
To Steal Their Customers' Money, Hear Them Cry 'Gee Thanks',
And the People Watch TV, Munch Chips, Drink Mountain Dew,
Uncaring of Coming Pillage of Docile Many by Vicious Few"
© Alan Watt April 4, 2013
Poem & Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - April 4, 2013 (Exempting Music, Literary Quotes, and Callers' Comments)
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Hi folks. I am Alan Watt and this is Cutting Through The Matrix on April the 4th, 2013. I always advise newcomers at the beginning of the broadcast rather than pester you all the way through, to make good use of the website cuttingthroughthematrix.com. You’ll find lots of audios for free download there where I go through the system you’re born into, and the one that you take for granted, and I show you how it works. I show you how, for over a hundred years, with mass communication even starting with the radio and telephones and so on up to the present time, that the big boys who already ruled the world decided that they would bring in a new type of society, worldwide. In other words, they’d go for broke, they’d go for the whole planet, all of its resources, everything, including water and food and so on. And we’re pretty well there today. It’s called globalism – under various terms, globalism – and harmonization of countries into continents, etc, as they amalgamate us into trading blocs, that are supposed to then compete against each other, which is ridiculous if you want to compete with China and you live in, say, North America. But this is the nonsense behind it.
But it’s not really nonsense. The biggest boys at the top know what they’re doing. There’s never been a time in history where there’s been so many rich people, ultra, ultra rich people getting to the top now, and really a declining middle class, and then masses of poor folk. It’s getting that way. It’s a massive, massive gulf, or gap they call it, between the rich and the poor. And it’s all by design as well, as they bring in a new planned society, a planned economy. Everything is to be planned. Not haphazard. Not a system where you can make your own mind up, what you want to work at and so on, but a system where you’ll be told what you’ll work at. And in fact, you won’t even get born eventually unless they actually need you to fulfill some particular job. And I’m not kidding about this.
So make sure you make good use of the cuttingthroughthematrix.com website. Remember, there’s also transcripts for print-up as well on the sites in English. If you go into alanwattsentientsentinel.eu you can get transcripts in other languages. Remember too, you are the audience that bring me to you. You can help me tick along by getting the books and discs at cuttingthroughthematrix.com or donating. [Order and donation options listed above.] Remember, straight donations are really, really, awfully welcome as we go through austerity.
Planned austerity, a postconsumer society, that’s what we’re into. You’re getting taught gradually – actually the acceleration is on now of course – to teach you that the old days are gone. The young ones will adapt very quickly to it because they haven’t known any other system and they’ve had more programming in school. Because every few years they update all the programming, even for kindergarten, to make sure they are programmed for what they will experience and the big changes in their lifetimes. That’s how incredibly intricately the whole system is managed. And most folk are oblivious to it of course. Because you’re taught to simply grow up, go to college and so on, university, get your silly degrees, and the world is all fair and if you work hard you’ll make it to the top. Nothing is further from the truth. It’s never been that way at all in fact. It’s all who you know and what families you’re born into – that’s what it depends on – on how you’re going to get up to the top and where you’re going to be. If not, then you get a lower paying job or even a job outside the field, completely. Lots of folk have found that out unfortunately, and they’re still finding out too, as they go in for degrees that are pretty well useless to them and they end up doing menial task jobs. They’ve been doing that in Britain for about 30 years now I think, and they’re still doing it in the States in some parts too.
So the world is managed with big business plans, the big changes even, including the wars, are simply formulas, and they’re all scripted out in advance, many, many years before countries are invaded, and then standardized and forced under the IMF and forced to have a central private bank running their system, borrowing from the World Bank. This is the time of standardization. Look around you, at the faces you see, you’ll see standardized expressions. Back with more after this break.
Hi folks, I’m back Cutting Through The Matrix. What I generally go into is the history of the big system we’re living in and how the big boys got together a long time ago – big boys, big international money lenders, guys who lent to nations – who got together and formed their foundations, their private charitable philanthropic foundations. In other words, they’re tax-free, for them, so they can put lots of their money from their big banking enterprises. And don’t forget, the banking enterprises, the big ones, like Goldman Sachs and so on, own lots and lots of big international companies as well, with corporations and businesses, not just banking. And they got together as I say a long time ago and decided that since they were running the world already, which they were, since they could decide what the value of cash was in any particular country at any time they wanted to, then they should naturally run the world. They believed they were the most evolved people on the planet, and in a Darwinian sense, they had proven themselves by holding onto their money through generations, and by special selective breeding, really selective – and they don’t marry because a woman is a nice woman or something; they marry because she is the offspring of someone comparable to themselves, from wealthy, wealthy families who have held onto their cash too. This is part of the Darwinian agenda you might say.
So they have hired thousands of think tanks to run the world. They run the governments already. In fact, they put out front institutions, which are private – again, private companies – like the Royal Institute of International Affairs, which also has the Council on Foreign Relations on board with it because it’s a branch of the same company or organization. They are private, as I say, and yet they run and advise all governments across the planet now, on the courses to take on everything, from economics to everything today. We don’t vote them in. In fact, the ones you vote in, really, are much lower down on the totem pole than the guys that are sent in and appointed to advise the front men. It’s always been like that. That’s how the world is really run.
I always think back to the old movie, it was called Rollerball; at that time it was the corporations run the world. That ties in with the personal historian of the Council on Foreign Relations/Royal Institute of International Affairs, Carroll Quigley, the professor who was their professional historian – because they have their own version of history, because they’re behind a lot of it in fact. He was all for their agenda and he wrote his books on it and laid it all on the line, that eventually the Bank for International Settlements would be the big, big company that ran the world’s economy. Under the Bank for International Settlements they’d have the private central banks of nations. And they’d also have the International Monetary Fund, the IMF, that would be a bit of the muscle boys. They’d tell governments how to run the country; actually they would guide the countries and have members on your government, when you got in times of depression and couldn’t pay your cash back, so they’d send them in to do it. It’s all turned out that way in my lifetime, even though Quigley wrote that a long time ago, and they set up the plans for it back in the 1910s, around that period, to set up the BIS and the IMF and so on.
So you’re living through a long-term script. Remember too, that the big boys that have all the think tanks out, also have to alter cultures in different countries to bring them into line with the culture that they think will serve them at the top better. And we think we’re free because we think we’re getting more and more freedoms in culture. And you get more and more mayhem, that’s for sure. And out of the mayhem you get police states of course to take care of the fallout, and you have massive amounts of government agencies dealing with the fallout too. This is all part and parcel of this big sacrifice we all have to make to go into this world system, which is going to be run more efficiently supposedly, as the guys at the top are getting even more stinking rich than they’ve ever been in history.
But again, they bring out the different organizations, and green organizations and so on. Most of the followers haven’t a clue that they’re being used. They really don’t know they’re being used. Mind you, they start off the indoctrination very early, even in kindergarten. You’ve got to get them very young and really indoctrinate them very early, and keep up repetition, repetition, until they can’t think outside the box. It’s already been done to a generation in fact. Now of course the economy is now merged with energy and climate change, you see. Here’s an article here for instance from Britain. It says…
'Cost of power may force jobs overseas'
thisisstaffordshire.co.uk / April 3, 2013 / Ann King
Industry leaders have warned that the Government is 'badly underestimating' the effect of energy and climate change policies on the ceramics sector. (Alan: ...and the big ceramics is Wedgwood, as an example. And it says the government’s new rules...)
The British Ceramic Confederation (BCC) said that while new Government analysis recognises that businesses are bearing the financial brunt of policy decisions, there are some 'serious exclusions' in costs in its assessments.
The research for the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) (A: So all energy now is coupled with climate change, you see, even though it’s all bogus. But it’s got a big, big purpose to fulfill, which is nothing to do with what they tell you.) reveals that large energy-intensive business users face bills that are up to 14 per cent higher as a result of Government policies.
By 2020, the impact is expected to be between six per cent (A: ...for some companies…) and 36 per cent. (A: ...for others. So it’s putting a lot out of business. Other ones are uprooting and leaving the country.)
It warned: "Businesses are making dispassionate decisions on where to invest. (A: So now they’re all looking offshore to invest their money and pull out of Britain because of all these emission trading rules systems, carbon taxes, energy taxes and all this nonsense. And as I say, the guy from Wedgwood who is in charge of it now, actually talks about that in this article; it’s quite interesting.)
In the Budget last month, Chancellor George Osborne announced he would extend some support for energy intensive industries to 2015/16 while there will be some processes made exempt from the Climate Change Levy from April 2014. (A: Well all that money too, all that cost is eventually passed onto the guy at the bottom that uses the energy or buys the product.)
And although the ceramic industry has welcomed the move, many executives pointed out the savings could be wiped out by a minor increase in energy costs. (A: So governments are doing their best to wreck any economy that’s left in their countries, in the first world nations. It’s rather obvious isn’t it?)
When you’re in the middle of, let’s call it what it is, it’s a depression. The depression’s been here for a long time. And there’s no hope for the future at the moment; they can’t see it improving at all, over so many years, it’s not going to happen. And here they are forcing the last few businesses out of the country. Because now they’ve coupled all energy use with carbon taxes and energy taxes. And you can’t make anything without using energy. So I’ll put that up tonight too.
Also this one here, again to do with the greenies and so on, that all get used. It says…
Climate Science Humiliated… Earlier Model Prognoses Of Warmer Winters Now Today’s Laughingstocks
notrickszone.com / P Gosselin / 4. April 2013
“The Earth has a fever,” we were told. “The science is settled and the debate is over. Scientists are unanimous - 97% of them agree: climate change is real, and is happening now, and we’ve got to act quickly.” (A: That’s what we’ve heard for the last 20-odd years, right.)
Over more than two decades we were told again and again that everywhere was warming faster than everywhere else – especially winters were warming up quickly. Snow was becoming a thing of the past and children soon weren’t going to know what it is. “The warm winters that we are seeing are just a harbinger of what’s to come,” the media declared just a couple of years ago. The scientists were cock-sure. (A: ...of their theories, you see.)
Today we are finding that precisely the exact opposite is happening. Winters in Europe have turned colder and more severe. Central Europe has seen its 5th consecutive colder than normal winter in a row – a record since measurements began in the 19th century.
Climate scientists first reacted by claiming, “One winter does not make a trend“. Then they said that the cold winters were a local phenomenon. Finally they were forced to recently claim, “Cold winters now fit the picture of global warming!” (A: I mean, you can’t win. See, this is a massive agenda, run by the top money boys. Think of the cash they’re going to rake in with all of these energy taxes and carbon taxes. And it gives you a list of failed predictions, and many of these organizations were based in Germany. It’s quite comical. It says…)
Failed winter climate predictions
(The first 33 concern mostly Germany and Central Europe)
1. “Due to global warming, the coming winters in the local regions will become milder.”
Stefan Rahmstorf, Potsdam Institute of Climate Impact Research, University of Potsdam, 8 Feb 2006
(A: And this one here is from the same group…)
2. “Milder winters, drier summers: Climate study shows a need to adapt in Saxony Anhalt.” (A: ...adapt to the new climate change.)
Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, Press Release, 10 Jan 2010.
(A: Another one here is from the Max Planck Institute in Hamburg...) 3. “More heat waves, no snow in the winter” … “Climate models… over 20 times more precise than the UN IPCC global models. (A: That’s their special computers.) In no other country do we have more precise calculations of climate consequences. They should form the basis for political planning. … Temperatures in the wintertime will rise the most … there will be less cold air coming to Central Europe from the east. …In the Alps winters will be 2°C warmer already between 2021 and 2050.” (A: And of course now, Germany is still freezing yet, so are we in Canada here, at least in Ontario where I am.)
Max Planck Institute for Meteorology, Hamburg, 2 Sept 2008.
(A: This one here was also from the Potsdam Institute, it says…)
4. “The new Germany will be characterized by dry-hot summers and warm-wet winters.”
Wilhelm Gerstengarbe and Peter Werner, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK), 2 March 2007
5. “Clear climate trends are seen from the computer simulations. Foremost the winter months will be warmer all over Germany. Depending of CO2 emissions, temperatures will rise by up to 4°C, in the Alps by up to 5°C.”
Max Planck Institute for Meteorology, Hamburg, 7 Dec 2009. (A: I bet they’re wishing they never said that. That was in 2009.)
6. “In summer under certain conditions the scientists reckon with a complete melting of the Arctic sea ice. (A: ...that’s getting covered in sheets of ice right now.) For Europe we expect an increase in drier and warmer summers. Winters on the other hand will be warmer and wetter.” (A: That was in 2005) Erich Roeckner, Max Planck Institute, Hamburg, 29 Sept 2005.
That’s your unanimous consensus amongst the top scientists, that are getting paid handsomely for this big racket, this con. And this goes on and on; it’s quite a good article. I’ll put the link up tonight; I’ll put all the links up tonight and articles that I discuss at cuttingthroughthematrix.com. But that’s how we’re run, by conology and fear and terror... Always get you terrified. And again, you know, all the little greenies are all used and think, oh we’ve got to stop all this and you know, cut back and go into austerity, and heat ourselves with candles… You know, that kind of stuff. And they’re all getting used by big international corporations and banks. Back with more after this break.
Hi folks, I’m back Cutting Through The Matrix, talking about the big system of conology. You don’t realize how many articles you read in today’s media that are handouts, from the Pentagon and different places and so on and so on. Very seldom do you get any really good in-depth story. Actually, it’s changing very quickly too; it’s getting worse. There’s so much trivia getting thrown out there, since the new laws were passed on defaming people or something like that, false accusations on all the sex scandals, everybody sort of pulled in with the Leveson Report in Britain, and the one that they pulled out for Australia too. And journalists are afraid to say anything or put personal comments in or observations on anything. So once again, we’re back to a lot of trivia. However, there’s some interesting stories nonetheless and it says…
Forget the Mafia.
Our Establishment covers up its crimes better than anyone
dailymail.co.uk / Stephen Glover / 3 April 2013
The British State protects its own. Whitehall does its utmost to safeguard former Cabinet ministers and senior civil servants from investigation by invoking the usually bogus defence of national security. (A: That’s the act that they use.)
In this way, a curtain is drawn over past acts of carelessness or ineptitude in government. Skulduggery and lies are concealed. Official papers are not released for at least 20 years, and even then the more incriminating ones are held back. (A: ...for longer, it can be up to 50 years and even 90 in Britain.)
The latest example of institutional cover-up concerns Jack Straw, the former Foreign Secretary (A: ...foreign is the word.), and Sir Mark Allen, a former senior MI6 officer. Both men have reportedly said they cannot respond to allegations of conspiracy in the torture of a prominent Libyan dissident, pleading the need to keep official secrets. (A: In other words, they can keep ruining folks’ lives, and killing folk too, and oops, it’s a mistake, or whatever, and it’s just under National Security. So they just stamp it that way and the people never hear about the truth until 20 years. Who cares 20 years down the road? You don’t care what happened 20 years previously, that’s how they can do it. They’ve done this for a long time this way.)
Their silence follows Whitehall’s refusal to release secret pre-Iraq War discussions between Tony Blair and President George W. Bush to the Chilcot Inquiry. Without such evidence Sir John Chilcot and his colleagues will be unable to produce a complete report on the Iraq War. (A: Well, we already know, it did come out in the media that Tony Blair did get the big oil boys in, all the big corporations of Europe in, and they were all really putting cash in and donating money and all the rest of it, into the Labour system, and in return they hoped to get to divvy up Iraq and the oil fields; which they did actually. And they went in long before they went into Iraq, as a war. It was all preplanned. Everything is preplanned, you understand.)
One would have hoped that Mr Straw and Sir Mark Allen would wish to co-operate in order to establish their innocence. (A: And he goes through the history of what happened with...) In March 2004, Islamist leader Abdel Hakim Belhadj and his wife were snatched in Malaysia by the CIA and flown to Libya, where they were both tortured by Colonel Muammar Gaddafi’s thugs. (A: It’s amazing too, because at the same time Tony Blair was overseeing Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, and at the time Blair was representing JP Morgan. [Alan chuckles.] Not a bad deal, eh?)
So everything is a con and you understand, they go to great lengths to keep the general public from knowing about it. Not that the general public… The general public really don’t care what they hear. The general public, most of them, I’m talking about the vast bulk of them, are quite happy with these women that come on now to give you news and yell, they yell as if they had no microphone there, as though they were shouting the entertainment news at you. And they like the trivia and so on and all the celebrities; they’ve been trained, you see, for that. That wasn’t a mistake either. It was done deliberately.
Getting back to greenies and so on, there’s a good article in the Financial Post.
Canadian pipelines targeted by U.S. funds
opinion.financialpost.com / Vivian Krause / 12/06/26
(A: What you’ve got really is Tides Canada. Tides they call it, this big foundation, this charity, they call themselves. Tides Canada. It says at the head of it...)
Ross McMillan, the CEO of the controversial charity Tides Canada, will speak Wednesday at the Economic Club of Canada on accountability and transparency in the charity sector. Perhaps Mr. McMillan will explain why the U.S. Tides Foundation (Tides USA) founded Tides Canada. (A: ...because it’s a US company. It’s a US charity, right. But they’re trying to stop the tar sands projects in Canada. So why? And who’s funding Tides? Where do they get their cash from?
Well, the Rockefeller Brothers, they back half the cash that goes in. Massive money goes into it, millions, every year, goes into getting the protesters out to stop all the economy in Canada in the British Columbia area. And remember, the Rockefeller Brothers, and the Rockefellers themselves, they had Standard Oil. They were broken up, supposedly broken up under the racketeering charges and so on, monopoly charges, when they had Standard Oil. But they kept Standard Oil and they simply got many, many front organizations. So they’ve got a big hand in the oil business. And here they are trying to stop exploration for oil and using the tar sands in Western Canada, on behalf of themselves, so as that they will benefit in the States. And they’re using the greenies to do it. The greenies don’t know. All the followers don’t know. But the ones who LEAD all the greenie movements, some of them have got six digit figure paychecks annually; they know what it’s all about. I always say never join a group, you’re going to get used. And you’ll be used by the very folk that you think you’re fighting. It’s amazing, it’s astonishing. But it’s a good article and as I say, I’ll put it up tonight. They go through this amazing web of intrigue of cash, massive money, on the annual budget, it says...)
The annual budget for this campaign against Canadian oil is $7-million. (A: $7 million… annual budget, that’s what they’re putting into it, just to try to get all these NGOs out to protest it. Amazing isn’t it? Then after the protesters drive away in their wee VW cars, you know, and they think they’re doing good for the world. Back with more after this.)
Hi folks, I’m back. We’re Cutting Through The Matrix. We live in a Disneyland in a sense. We’re always given new realities all the time to believe in, you see. And most folk, it’s true, listen to the news and they don’t reason through things. It’s delivered in such a way you don’t… you say, well I don’t have to reason through it, they’re telling me all I need to know, in simple speak. That’s what most folk think. I think it was Jacques Ellul said, he was a philosopher that said that most folk don’t reason or think through what’s being said to them, like news, and he said that they absorb it by osmosis. It just becomes part of their thinking without them actually reasoning through it, using critical reasoning and theory and so on. So that’s how it comes. And of course repetition is awfully good for that too; the media makes sure they’re all on board with the same stories to make sure we all get the same repetitive nonsense.
But they give us new terms every so often. What they did in Cyprus, for instance, was a novelty, it was a novelty to start plundering, just stealing the bank accounts, and then calling it a haircut, initially. To save the banks we’ve got to steal the Depositors’ money. Of course at the time too, I knew this was going to be a trial balloon, and they kept hyping it up and hyping it up until we’ve all got it through our thick skulls, through osmosis, that eventually it’s coming to a place near you. See, that’s how they do it, to see how the people are going to react across the world. Are they all pulling their cash out of the banks or not? If they’re not, then Yep, it’s working, you know, they’re going back to sleep and they’ll accept it will happen to them. It’s kind of legalities, and the legality is okayed by your silence, you see.
But now they’re calling it a new term. And they love new terminology, new terms and new words and so on; they make them up all the time. And they’re calling it not haircuts now, it’s called bail-ins, to bail-in the bank you’ve got to rob the customers. You see.
UniCredit Says Global Rule Needed to Bail In Big Deposits
(A: ...in banks. They want a banking global rule, says UniCredit.)
bloomberg.com / Boris Groendahl / Apr 4, 2013
Uninsured deposits could be used in future bank failures provided global rulemakers agree on a common approach, according to Federico Ghizzoni, the chief executive officer of Italy’s biggest lender, UniCredit SpA. (UCG)
Cutting large deposits in failing banks, along with other liabilities such as bonds, to offset losses is acceptable (A: ...stealing is acceptable…) as long as small savers’ funds remain protected, Ghizzoni told reporters in Vienna late yesterday. (A: So it’s okay to... And again too, don’t fall for the con, well it’s only going to be the ultra-rich that’s going to get this. It’s like their taxes, it’s always oh it’s going to be the ultra-rich that get it. Who do you think pays the bulk of taxes? It’s all you guys at the bottom. And whatever they start with is not how they end. You know that too, I hope, by experience. All laws expand and expand and change and have amendments written to them.) The European Union has to introduce identical rules in all of its member states and ideally those rules would be coordinated globally, he said. (A: So they want global coordination, again, through – it doesn’t say the B.I.S. here, but it will be the Bank for International Settlements.)
Including deposits “is acceptable if it becomes a European solution,” said Ghizzoni, 57. “What we cannot accept is differentiation country by country inside the same area. (A: So the same theft, the same amount of theft, by the same proportion of theft, for every country. So that makes it legal to plunder you. [Alan chuckles.] It must be wonderful to be up there, isn’t it, eh? You can just change reality as it suits you.)
Cyprus became a testing ground for investor losses when euro-area authorities last month required restructuring of the country’s two biggest banks as a condition of a 10 billion-euro ($12.8 billion) rescue. The Cyprus program was the first to impose losses on uninsured depositors (A: Now most folk probably don’t know you could insure your deposits, because they don’t tell you at the bank. But again, it’s only up to about 100,000 or so.) as the EU continues to hash out how to handle failing banks on a case-by-case basis. (A: So they’re expecting a lot more to fail. Actually, they’ve given the green light to the banks to do this. Aren’t they? Of course they are. We’re going to bail them out again. This time they can just rob the customers, and steal all their pensions that they’ve put in there and all the rest of it. Just rob the customers in their deposits.)
Ghizzoni said deposits should only be included when bonds aren’t sufficient, and those below the guaranteed level of 100,000 euros should be off limits. While he would prefer not to touch them at all, including deposits in a global plan was an acceptable solution, he said.
Also this ties in with an article that I’ve got for Canada too. I mentioned it last week when I saw the budget bill and I read it out, that it was included in the budget bill that they could do the same in Canada; it was written into the bill. And I mentioned it earlier this week again too; now it’s hit the mainstream here. It’s from the Toronto Star; it says…
Jim Flaherty’s Cyprus-style bank rescue plan
thestar.com / Thomas Walkom / Apr 4 2013
New rules would allow Canadian regulators to seize unspecified bank liabilities – including, perhaps, the savings of uninsured depositors -- and use them to prop up a faltering institution. Which is exactly what Cyprus’ government did to deal with its banking crisis, writes Thomas Walkom.
Be prepared. If you hold the wrong kind of bank accounts, Finance Minister Jim Flaherty may have your savings in his cross-hairs.
That’s the message from the finance department, which has been set the unwelcome task of having to explain the government’s latest attempt to prevent a Cyprus-style financial meltdown in Canada.
Two weeks ago, Flaherty quietly served notice in his budget that Ottawa is preparing a new set of what it called bail-in rules (A: I love how they change reality with their terms… Bail-in, you know. Not bail out, or rob, or plunder, or steal, but bail-in rules...) that it could impose should one of the country’s big banks face collapse.
The new rules would allow federal regulators to seize unspecified bank liabilities — including, perhaps, the savings of uninsured depositors — and use them to prop up a faltering institution.
Which, as it turns out, is exactly what Cyprus’ government did to deal with its banking crisis.
So it’s just astonishing, as I say, that the public just yawn… they just yawn. They’re getting told what’s coming, but they yawn you see. Because again, they have it, strangely they have it in their head, well that was Cyprus, it won’t happen to us. They’re talking about it being global. There’s been nobody at the top… Now we think the top is, again, like the BIS, and the IMF, World Bank and so on, none of these guys are against it. This is going to be the new normal. Because ALL the banks have overextended themselves with their fractional reserve deposits and so on, that they’re supposed to have in there. It’s never enough. They go way beyond that as they always lend out money, which is created on the spot basically, when you take out loans. They’re all beyond it.
Remember, Canada too, is better at propaganda than other countries. It doesn’t have to give it out; it just keeps silent on things. They did say one thing in the 2008 bank collapse, and the mortgage fiascos and so on, that Canada wasn’t affected. That’s what we were told, just a one-liner, Canada wasn’t affected. Four years later they told us that the government had been bailing out the top banks in Canada. That’s how they treat you when you’re an ex-colony of Britain. Actually, you’re still a colony of Britain anyway, the same in Australia and New Zealand too. So that’s going to be the new normal. Bail-ins they call it, bail-ins. No. Don’t call it thieving or theft or plunder, just call it bail-ins. And most folk will. No, I’ll stick to plunder and theft; that’s what it is. Don’t let them change reality and your perceptions by their terminologies. They hire massive marketing companies, pay them lots of money to come up with cons like this, bail-in. It probably cost a few hundred thousands just for some company to come up with that idea. I’m not kidding you. It’s easy money for the guys who dream it up.
Also tonight too, I’ll put up an article from the Council on Foreign Relations on the…
Economic Prospects for the Eurozone - cfr.org / March 22, 2013
Now, don’t forget the CFR, Council on Foreign Relations, every parliamentarian there and all the big guys at the top, above the parliament guys – because the parliament guys are low down on the totem pole, in this new anti-democratic system – they basically are part of the Royal Institute of International Affairs. They’re all members of the Council on Foreign Relations and the European Council on Foreign Relations. It doesn’t matter who’s in there, from across the whole of Europe, they’re all members of the one private club.... private club... that sets all policies, and your media, gives all your media and all the stories you get and what you won’t get. So they’re talking about the future, and of course these are the guys who also were behind the parent company, or organization, the Royal Institute of International Affairs, was behind the whole amalgamation for Europe, under one big massive anti-democratic government, which they have now under the guise of free trade. That’s how they started it off, free trade, and they’re doing the same in Canada too, and the US, Mexico and a few other countries in Latin America, under the NAFTA. It’s still ongoing by the way. They’ve signed many, many deals for closer ties, they call it, as they change all their laws to amalgamate.
And also, coal is making a comeback in Europe. Remember all that stuff, oh, coal, that’s out because oh it’s too dirty and all that...
Coal makes a comeback in Europe as conventional gas dries up
midwestenergynews.com / Posted on 04/03/2013 / by EnergyWire
(A: Now supposedly... What do you believe now? They’re finding gas everywhere; they’ve never had as much. Now they’re telling you that coal is making a comeback because conventional gas is drying up in some places. What you believe? Do you know what to believe anymore? Anyway it says…)
Europe’s declining competitiveness with U.S. industry has its leaders worried, but they admit having no hope of matching the shale revolution that is powering a revival of manufacturing across the Atlantic.
For Europe to remain in the game, energy taxes must be held in check and no new taxes levied, said the European Union’s energy commissioner, (A: You’ve got, for the whole, all these countries in Europe, you’ve got a European Union Energy Commissar. I mean, it’s the new Soviet, folks, only the fascists run it, but they run all the public below it under the communist style. So this COMMISSAR is…) Gunther Oettinger. (A: ...who is not voted in, I’m sure, by the general populations of Europe.)
Instead, Europe must use its energy more efficiently and the European Union’s 27 member countries should open their energy markets to cross-border competition. . . (A: ...and so on and so on. But yeah, it actually says here that they’re using more coal again. It just shows you. Think of all the money it was to close all those coal mines down. And think of all the money that goes into it to start them all up again. Everything is a con game, really, isn’t it? Isn’t it?)
Also a great article too…
NY [police] officer accused of leading drug robbery crew pleads not guilty - cnn.com / April 4, 2013
...and they’ve amassed millions apparently over the last 10 years. That’s not a bad little article. I’ll shove it up, just to show you how things are. We’re used to getting these little stories about cops and that like that, guys at the bottom, even though they’re making a lot of money. But do you ever think that most of the crooks are up there at the top running your governments and everything? You never see it in the same light do you? Of course, when they do white collar crime they always say that it’s victimless, even though millions of folk lost their homes, still losing their homes, because of the con games with the banks. But It’s victimless, as the people are living on the streets and tent cities, eh. Anyway…
Again, with the amalgamation of countries, and again, I don’t know why they bother printing this stuff because I’ve read it my whole life in Britain; not that I’m there now but it’s still going on. Britain was to be flooded with mass immigration; that was always the agenda from the Labour government of Harold… what was his name, Harold… back in the 60s, to the present time. It doesn’t matter, right-wing, left-wing, it’s all the same agenda, because they all sign all the deals to make it happen. No one ever comes in and tosses out the last bunch of rules made up by the last party; it doesn’t happen. And people shop to go to Britain. They would shop for the best welfare system, the best health care system, all this kind of stuff. They had a good national health system in Britain at one time; it was good; it was efficient too. Then they brought in the Salmon system; they called it the Salmon Report. This guy did a report, a survey for Britain’s National Health Service, and they started destroying it right there, from then on, copying the American system. Now of course, under the EU, you’ve got health tourists...
Epidemic of health tourists 'costs us billions' [of pounds]:
Thousands fly to UK for treatment and leave without paying...
and NHS is powerless to act (A: ...it says.)
dailymail.co.uk / Daniel Martin / 3 April 2013
(A: How can you be powerless to act? It’s because your government’s in on this big long-term agenda, mass immigration, mass multiculturalism and so on. But it says…)
Leading health surgeon described the NHS as the 'world's maternity wing' (A: They all come from all over the planet.)
Thousands also travel to the UK for cancer, HIV and infertility treatment (A: ...for free.)
Professor J Meirion Thomas cites a string of cases in a stinging article
He concludes there is widespread abuse of the NHS by ineligible patients (A: It won’t stop, because the EU government has told Britain that you can’t turn them away. Well, the British public have to pay for all this, as they watch their national health service being cut to the bone with cutbacks. Mind you, there’s an old saying that the public deserve what they get if they put up with it. Isn’t that kind of true? Doesn’t it get to a stage where you deserve what you get? It reminds me of Orwell’s 1984 when the character Winston has got faith in the proles, he calls them, the people at the bottom, that are not in the managerial class running this whole con system, of 1984. And O’Brien says to him, well what’s going to stop it? He says, well the proles will. O’Brien says, the proles don’t count. The proles were happy singing songs that were churned out by machines… and reading porno books that were also churned out by machines; this is before we heard of computers. It’s all managed that way today. But the proles don’t count they said.)
The ‘massive and escalating problem’ of foreigners travelling to Britain to exploit the NHS is costing us billions every year, a senior doctor has warned. (A: Well they know this at the top.)
In a dramatic expose of the extent of health tourism, a leading surgeon said the cash-strapped Health Service is becoming the ‘world’s maternity wing’ as expectant mothers arrive just to give birth.
Thousands of others are flying here for cancer, HIV, kidney and infertility treatment – and then leaving without paying, according to cancer specialist J Meirion Thomas.
Some are so ill - even semi-conscious - that they have to be wheelchaired onto planes in foreign countries and on arrival at UK airports go straight into NHS hospitals.
Many arrive specifically to give birth, then argue that they should not be charged because it counts as emergency care.
Some are committing identity fraud, but the NHS is powerless to act.
And this ‘serial abuse’ could be costing taxpayers billions every year, he warned – far above previous estimates. (A: It’s also destroying what was left of a health service for the people living in Britain. But, they’ll put up with it. Nothing will change. And they’ll go and vote again for the same faces, you know. What can you say?)
Also too, the EU, this union that nobody wanted, except the guys behind it, that of course really are out of the general public’s sight…
EU wants stronger police agency - euobserver.com / 28.03.13
They also want their own police agency to get more and more powers over all the other police agencies. I’ll put an article up tonight about that too.
And also, the next envoy to Canada from the US is going to be, again, guess what? It’s going to be a Goldman Sachs executive. Well aren’t they all? Isn’t this just normal nowadays? Don’t they run everything now across the planet? It says…
Former Goldman Sachs exec in line to be next U.S. envoy to Canada
theglobeandmail.com / John Ibbitson and Paul Koring / Apr. 3 2013
Bruce Heyman, a Chicago-based Goldman Sachs executive and one of Barack Obama’s top fundraisers (A: Well, there’s no special treatment for the boys in the in-crowd, is there?), is in final talks to become the next U.S. ambassador to Canada, according to sources.
So, he’s taking over from David Jacobson, so the tradition carries on. Back with more after this break.
Hi folks, I’m Alan Watt. We’re Cutting Through The Matrix and talking about the real system and what’s behind things too. As I said before, the real crooks are at the top. And that’s quite normal I think. Looking back on history they probably always were. Because psychopathic types tend to claw their way up, over all the bodies they leave behind, to get to the top. They’re ruthless, you understand. And it’s hard for folk who don’t crave power to understand these characters. We’re kept in a Disneyland version of reality at the bottom, while these guys at the top, they laugh at us completely and what we believe in and so on. But it says here…
Francois Hollande's ex campaign treasurer has Cayman Island shares
(A: That’s pretty well normal.) Francois Hollande is facing another political headache after it emerged his one-time campaign treasurer (A: ...and his budget politician...) holds shares in two companies registered in the Cayman Islands tax haven.
telegraph.co.uk / Agence France-Presse / Apr 2013
President Hollande has been forced on the backfoot this week after his former budget minister, Jérôme Cahuzac, admitted that he had a secret foreign bank account for more than 20 years containing 600,000 euros (£509,000). (A: He’s probably got more than that in other ones.)
Now a report in Le Monde newspaper, citing an investigation using leaked records, claims Jean-Jacques Augier, a 59-year-old businessman and the treasurer for Mr Hollande's presidential campaign last year, had shares in two companies registered in the Caymans, a well-known tax haven.
Asked by the newspaper, Mr Augier confirmed the existence of the firms and said they had been set up to form partnerships with foreign entrepreneurs.
"There is nothing illegal," Mr Augier told Le Monde, which carried out the probe with the Washington-based (A: Now this is an interesting organization…) International Consortium of Investigative Journalists and other international media. (A: I mean, this is going to be the new big stick, on behalf of somebody; I don’t know who is behind it. It’s a big stick obviously. We won’t know just yet where it’s all supposed to be heading. But I know in the British papers too, the Guardian and other ones, they’ve got lists of top characters who have offshore accounts, tax-free havens, and politicians; even in Canada, they’ve got them up as well. I’ll put some of these up today. But it’s interesting how they came out of nowhere. And who’s funding them? I wonder. But it says…)
The first firm, International Bookstores, was set up in 2005 so Augier could form a partnership with a Chinese businessman, Xi Shu, to break into the country's retail bookselling market, Le Monde said. (A: So, I guess he just forgot that money was there.)
Leaks reveal secrets of the rich who hide cash offshore - icij.org/offshore / 3 April 2013
Secret Files Expose Offshore’s Global Impact - icij.org/offshore / April 3, 2013
And also, the IMF, you know, this International Monetary Fund that the Royal Institute of International Affairs set up, since the RIIA was comprised of the top bankers of the world, they naturally wanted to make sure that they’d consolidate and own all the banking systems across the planet, ultimately, by running all the central banks. So they created the IMF as well. So this great IMF company, that nobody’s voted for mind you, it just seems to exist like, you know, gravity and we think it’s all normal...
IMF will contribute €1bn to Cyprus bailout
independent.ie / 3 April 2013
(A: This is after plundering them, stealing the depositors’ money, but they’ll give a billion euros, on loan of course, to the Cyprus bailout. Isn’t that nice of them? I wonder how much money they stole? It says…)
The International Monetary Fund will contribute €1bn over three years to the €10bn euro bailout for Cyprus, IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde said in a statement on Wednesday.
I’ll put up again that article on director Christine Lagarde. She pays no taxes either, you know, for the IMF, that forces everybody else to do it. And she got raided I think last week too; I’ve got the article somewhere here I’ll put up tonight.
Cyprus Promises New Measures to Secure Rescue - online.wsj.com / April 3, 2013
Christine Lagarde, scourge of tax evaders, pays no tax - guardian.co.uk / 29 May 2012 / Kim Willsher
Anti-corruption police raid the home of IMF chief Christine Lagarde after claims she 'authorised £270m payout to a convicted fraudster' - dailymail.co.uk / Peter Allen / 20 March 2013
She got raided too for putting lots of taxpayers money to help a friend out, a big wealthy, wealthy character. So I guess she’s got off with that as well, since she’s still got the job, eh. But they want to steal your little bank account, all these, you know, honest people at the top. We’re run by crooks, folks, utter crooks. Stop watching Disney. In fact, stop watching TV.
From Hamish and myself from Ontario, Canada, it’s good night and may your God or your Gods GO with you.
Topics of show covered in following links:
UK---Cost of Power May Drive Investors Overseas
Climate Science Humiliated
Forget the Mafia---The Establishment Covers-up its Crimes Better than Anyone
Canadian Pipelines Targeted by US Funds
UniCredit Says Global Rule Needed to Bail-in Big Banks (Cyprus-Style Thievery of Depositors)
New Rules Would Allow Cyprus-Style Bank Rescue Plan for Canadian Banks
Economic Prospects for the Eurozone
Europe---Coal Making Comeback
For Some NY Cops Crime Pays
UK---Epidemic of health tourists 'costs us billions'
EU wants stronger police agency
Former Goldman Sachs Exec. in Line to become Next US-Canada Ambassador
Francois Hollande's ex campaign treasurer has Cayman Island shares
Leaks reveal secrets of the rich who hide cash offshore
Inside the Global Money Elite
IMF will contribute €1bn to Cyprus bailout
Cyprus Bailout Details Emerge After IMF Deal
Christine Lagarde, scourge of tax evaders, pays no tax
Anti-Corruption Police Raid Home of Lagarde, IMF Chief
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