July 14th, 2008 (#140)
Alan Watt "Cutting Through The Matrix" LIVE on RBN:
Poem Copyright Alan Watt July 14th, 2008:
"Kyoto Protocol, the Effect's Just Starting,
Balloons on Cattle to Catch Them Farting,
To Wean You from Meat, They'll Make It So,
But You Can Munch on Your Veggies, All GMO"
© Alan Watt July 14th, 2008
Poem & Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - July 14th, 2008 (Exempting Music, Literary Quotes, and Callers' Comments)
Hi folks, this is Alan Watt with Cutting Through the Matrix on Monday, the 14th of July 2008. Newcomers, I ask, look into my archives section on my website, cuttingthroughthematrix.com and download as many of the talks I've given over the years as possible, because within those talks you'll find a wealth of information, connecting a lot of dots down through time, right up to the present day and a lot of documentation as to where you're going as well, and why you're going there. Also look into alanwattsentientsentinel.eu and download transcripts which you can print up and pass around, in the various tongues of Europe.
We are certainly on a roll into this Brave New World. And it is a Brave New World, a term coined thousands of years ago by a Greek philosopher, and then adapted by Huxley for his book, Brave New World, back in the 1930s. A World they knew in the thirties they'd bring in of completely altered humans, trans-humans, that would accept their existence, as natural phenomena. Everything becomes natural over a very short period of time, we adapt so quickly to everything. And the biggest part of this whole agenda into a Brave New World, is simply conditioning the public to accept it. Step by step, from old institutions such as the family, which had to be destroyed through various means, and then leading us into a system where we think we're free individualistically, but no one really is an individual anymore. They're just separate people, in the collective, all doing the same things, and wanting the same things, and talking about the same things. That way you're much easier to control. Families used to often be a problem to tyrants and governments, because they would debate things amongst themselves, and make plans of action and follow them through. The family is simply the remnant of the tribal system, and it had to be eliminated. And every side which you think is left and right, which are all one remember. Remember the eagle has two wings, a left wing and a right wing that is joined at the body, and the body is always hidden behind a shield. That's the ones who rule both sides. So by using the dialectical techniques, people choose one side or the other, and they don't know they're working towards the same goal. You end up on the same road. And the left and the right wing knew, a long, long time ago, through eugenics and through the dissolution of the family unit, they'd bring the two systems together. The Sovietized system and what was called the capitalist type West system. And as Lenin predicted, they'd merge together in seventy years or so. Not quite capitalist and not quite Communist. It's the Brave New World scenario, because both sides, as I say, agreed from the very beginning, they'd have to create new types of humans, and cull off, or at least let die off, the old man and woman. It's quite amazing that since National Health systems were brought into the world under the guise of helping the people, always by top eugenicists by the way, as Lenin also said, these services would also become authorities over the public, and begin to dictate to them policies, and over again a learning period of time, of constant propaganda, the public come to accept these services, as authorities. And that's been done. And shortly these services are to be turned on the people, they have their own mandates for inoculations, and right down to eventual euthanasia for certain types, under 'saving the planet.' Back with more after this break.
Hi, I am Alan Watt and this is Cutting Through the Matrix. Trying to show people, that there's nothing new really going on, we're simply following an old, old business plan. And the reality the people were given was the big con. The reality that little politicians guided the world on your behalf and they were there on your sufferance, basically. When all this time, a super-government already existed, with vast tentacles going around every country. With people at top places in every country, very rich people, foundations with the same agenda, working on population through propaganda, media, and so on, and forming non-governmental organizations, this wonderful myriad of groups that somehow strangely got acceptance by all major governments, even though they don't represent the people. Although that's what they claim they do. They don't represent the people. But then when democracy was given to the public, and it was written about in Britain by Burke and others, they said even then, in the 1700s, that those with the largest groups would have the voice. However, it doesn't work quite like that, since NGOs are pretty well minority groups with thousands of them. But then, how come only certain ones are selected as having a voice and the other ones aren't even heard, or even mentioned? You see the NGOs are part of the Soviet system which is blended with the Western system, as it was intended to do. As the Club of Rome, talked about, as the Reece commission talked about with Senator Dodd; the whole point was to merge with the Soviet system. Soviet means rule by councils, and the NGO system was alive and well all through the Soviet era, pretending to speak on behalf of each part of society. The only difference being was that the Politburo openly put the leader for that NGO. And the NGO group would say, we demand that the government pass this law, for this reason, and the government was only so happy to do so. So this is how the game worked, and it works exactly the same way in the West. Otherwise, in a true democracy, every citizen would get an invitation to go to the big global meetings that would affect them. Every one of these global meetings, to do with environment or whatever else they're using, and the environment is to be the big stick according to the Club of Rome. They were the guys who dreamed up this whole idea of Global Warming, and man is the problem. The same old eugenicists funding them, the big foundations. And they turn up, the NGOs turn up at the global meetings, in very exotic places across the planet, you couldn't afford to get there. And they have a voice pretending to speak for the people of planet Earth. And as you all know, you all voted to have your rights taken away, obviously, since these people speak for you.
Another little key to the fact that you're already global is the fact that media, always, when it picks a certain subject goes into action across the planet, in every newspaper, at the same time, on the same topics, with different writers. And this from the BBC on the big new religion, you know this greening religion, going with the Green Party as well, no doubt. The same thing that Mr. Gorbachev talked about creating, a form of Earth worship, that's what he meant by it. And like all forms of religion, it has its high priests who are very holy people, closer to their deity, then we little peasants could ever be. The BBC news, on Friday, the 6th of January, 2006, by Chris Rapley
Earth is too crowded for Utopia
The global population is higher than the Earth can sustain, argues the Director of the British Antarctic Survey in the first of a series of environmental opinion pieces on the BBC News website entitled The Green Room. (Alan: You know this is ongoing now. Years ago, I said, when all this started, the hardest thing to do will be to hold on to your sanity as we go through the changes you're going to experience, if you’re conscious. Those living in the bliss of ignorance, won't notice anything, they'll just draft into it, quite like a mosquito coming through the door, and blown in by the wind.) Solving environmental problems such as climate change is going to be impossible without tackling the issue, he says. (A: This is a pure propaganda piece you see.)
Ten thousand delegates attended the recent Montreal Summit on the control of carbon emissions "beyond Kyoto".
(A: You see they put something on the books. They give you a vague idea of something going on called Kyoto, about environment, and once it's on the books, they expand it. That's how all laws work. This is beyond Kyoto.)
That's a lot of people! The conference organization must have been daunting; and just imagine arranging the hotel accommodation and restaurant facilities and dealing with the additional human-generated waste. (A: This is a little bit of humor, before they give you the propaganda.)
Imagine the carbon and nitrogen emissions from the associated air travel!
The 40 or more decisions made were announced as an historic success.
Supposing this proves to be so, will it be sufficient to secure an acceptable quality of life for the generations to come?
(A: Then they go into their propaganda here. It's a beautiful way it's written here, as though they're attacking it and laughing at it, as not being hard enough. And then they come out with what they should be doing.)
What about the myriad other planetary-scale human impacts - for example on land cover, the water cycle, the health of ecosystems, and biodiversity?
What about our release of other chemicals into the environment?
What about our massive transport and mixing of biological material worldwide, and our unsustainable consumption of resources?
(A: All these little buzz words)
All of these effects interconnect and add up to the collective "footprint" of humankind on our planet's life support systems.
The consequences extend to the ends of the Earth – recall the hole in the ozone layer over the Antarctic (A: which only NASA could see) – and each is as difficult to predict and as challenging to deal with as the link between carbon emissions and climate.
It would surely be impractical and almost certainly ineffective to assemble 10,000 delegates to address each one of these issues, and especially to do so in the necessary "joined up" way?
And in particular, what about the net 76 million annual rise in the world's population, (A: Now all these statistics, you see, most folks don't even ask or question anything, they just look at it, and believe them, as they pull figures out of the ether and repeat them)which currently stands at about 6.5 billion - more than twice what it was in 1960 - and which is heading towards eight billion or so by mid-century?
That's an annual increase 7,500 (A: they love this nonsense)times the number of delegates in Montreal. (A: This guy's got a calculator)
Imagine organizing the accommodation, feeding arrangements… (A: bla-bla-bla-bla-bla…) power, water, communications, waste disposal - for a number of people slightly larger than the population of the UK, and doing it each year, year on year for the foreseeable future.
Steps to Utopia
(A: Then he goes on to steps to utopia. Now remember that word is a Masonic word. It goes back to what they call a golden age. Now they call it utopia. It's really taken from More's Utopia. You should read that one too, very interesting, written around the same time as New Atlantis by Francis Bacon. And their Utopia is not the Utopia you would imagine. It's the Brave New World scenario, with a reduced population, etc.)
Although reducing human emissions to the atmosphere is undoubtedly of critical importance, as are any and all measures to reduce the human environmental "footprint", the truth is that the contribution of each individual cannot be reduced to zero.
So if we believe that the size of the human "footprint" is a serious problem (and there is much evidence for this) then a rational view would be that along with a raft of measures to reduce the footprint per person, the issue of population management must be addressed.
Let us assume (reasonably) that an optimum human population level exists, which would provide the physical and intellectual capacity to ensure a rich and fulfilling life for all, but would represent a call upon the services of the planet which would be benign and hence sustainable over the long term.
A scientific analysis can tell us what that optimum number is (perhaps 2-3 billion?).
With that number and a timescale as targets, a path to reach "Utopia" from where we are now is, in principle, a straightforward matter of identifying options, choosing the approach and then planning and navigating the route from source to destination.
In practice, of course, it is a bombshell of a topic, (A: he's talking about population reduction, you see, and euthanasia) with profound and emotive issues of ethics, morality, equity and practicability.
(A: Now remember China is the model state for the world according to the United Nations. Where you cannot marry, unless the government okays you, as being fit, physically, DNA wise and so on, to marry an equally passed and approved person and have a child. One child, by the way. That's what he's talking about bringing in here)
As found in China, practicability and acceptability can be particularly elusive.
So controversial is the subject that it has become the "Cinderella" of the great sustainability debate - rarely visible in public, or even in private.
(A: Not quite true, they do talk about it privately)
In interdisciplinary meetings addressing how the planet functions as an integrated whole, demographers and population specialists are usually notable by their absence.
Rare indeed are the opportunities for religious leaders, philosophers, moralists, policymakers, politicians and indeed the "global public" to debate the trajectory of the world's human population in the context of its stress on the Earth system, and to decide what might be done.
Unless and until this changes, summits such as that in Montreal which address only part of it....
And then he goes on to say will be of no particular use. Back with more after this break.
Hi folks, I'm Alan Watt, and we're Cutting Through the Matrix. I'm trying to point out to you how we're gradually fed, over a period of years, little bits of information that we gloss over, and your subconscious takes it in, and you're acclimatizing yourself to something which is coming down the pike, without really reasoning it through for yourself. You think it will be inevitable in fact, because you're swallowing propaganda, without any question. And that's what all of that is. It's propaganda. Pretty well everything that you read is propaganda. Even the fictions you watch, and enjoy, the dramas on police and military, and so on. And all these incredible anti-terrorist dramas now they're on every country's television sets. It's all propaganda to train you, to obey and accept this new coming system.
Now I'm going to go to the phone because there's a caller from Germany, Stephan. Are you there Stephan?
Alan: Hello, Stephan.
Stephan: Okay, I would like to talk to you a minute about free process, a book by Stanford and Jiddu Krishnamurti that in my opinion has some things you are saying. [? Garbled audio]
Alan: Yes, alright.
Stephan: Okay, first of all do you know the book Changing Images of Man from Stanford?
Stephan: Do you think it's worthwhile to look into it?
Alan: There's no harm. There's no harm. Everything should be looked into. Regardless of who puts it out, especially the ones that are put out, which are meant to alter your mind along a certain path. Which you think often is freeing you, but it leads you back into a new trap, and you don't realize that's where the masters want you to go. That's how the whole Greening process started, with frightening young people, showing them horrific stuff on pollution, and before you know it, they become the new young eco-freak army, ready for, in fact they're called the Earth Army, it's what they were called before they created the movement. And Gene Roddenberry of Star Trek fame, said we shall create this land, this Green Army, the first Earth Army, and that was back in the 1960s they started to formulate the plans, as to how they would recruit youngsters, brainwash them, and terrify them until they would be totalitarian in mindset towards changing the world, without ever realizing that it was a plan, by very old people behind it. The same people in fact who did all the pollution. So you have to look into every book out there. But then there's different ones on the Changing Images of Man and so on...I've read these books.
Stephan: Okay, yeah. The second one is the point about Plato's allegory of the cave.
Alan: Yes, excellent. Excellent allegory, Plato's Cave. Everyone should read that one on Plato's Cave, because he's showing you really the technique that is used in the cave, but it really is the technique for the whole world.
Stephan: May I quote it? This is the starting only. "Socrates: And now, I said, let me show in a parable how far our nature is enlightened or unenlightened: Behold! human beings living in an underground den, which has a mouth open toward the light and reaching all along the den; here they have been from their childhood, and have their legs and necks chained so that they cannot move, and can only see before them, being prevented by the chains from turning round their heads. Above and behind them a fire is blazing at a distance, and between the fire and the prisoners there is a raised way; and you will see, if you look, a low wall built along the way, like the screen which marionette-players have in front of them, over which they show the puppets. / Glaucon: I see / Socrates: And do you see men passing along the wall carrying all sorts of containers, and statues and figures of animals made of wood and stone and various materials, which appear over the wall? Some of them are talking, others silent."
And I would like to point out this is something I recognize, later when I read it again, and that man passing along the container. Do you give any significance to that because in the normal interpretation of it, the only important thing is that these things give shadows, but normally nobody cares about the man which carries them.
Alan: That's right.
Stephan: The third one which I would like to talk about Jiddu Krishnamurti, and I would like to put something he said a few months before his death. It's a short one. Okay?
This was from September 1st 1985, he died in February of 1986.
"The computer is something extraordinary. It is going to probably take over our lives, that is probably the new industry. The computer will shape our lives. It is already doing it quietly, slowly, we are unaware of it. We have talked to a great many of these experts – computer experts – who are building it. They are not concerned with what happens to the human brain. You understand my question? They are concerned with creating it – Ah, not creating, building it – that’s a better word. When the computer takes over our lives what happens to our brains? They are better, far quicker, so rapid, in a second they will tell you a thousand memories. So when they take over what is going to happen to our brains?"
Alan: Hold on a second Stephan, and we'll finish this after this break.
Hi folks, this is Alan Watt back, Cutting through the Matrix. And we still have Stephan on the phone. Yes, you were quoting from Krishnamurti there, on about the computer, one of his last works.
Stephan: Yes, and it's only a short thing. He says: "…what is going to happen to our brains? Gradually wither? Or be thoroughly employed in amusement? In entertainment? Please face all this, for God’s sake, this is happening!"
So I just wanted to point to this because he said that no religious person talks about these subjects. And I think Krishnamurti did in his last years.
Alan: Yes, I read that article in fact, when he talked about the computer. There's no doubt about it. The computer is an essential tool to bring in this complete new world system and every subpart of the system. They could not do it without the computer's aid. And once again, they need the public's aid, to adapt to the computer and become addicted to it. Most folk today think that they could never do without it. And unfortunately it brings us into a preplanned system, a next step. The computer is a cold machine. It's a cold machine, it's programmed by others. Once they interface it with the human brain in fact, they've talked about doing this in the open. And the defense departments were working on that many years ago, which means I'm sure that they can do it quite easily. It's just a matter of getting us used to the idea. Then you'll no longer be you either. Someone else programs you. You don't make the program. Whoever makes the program is the king. And this is going to happen unfortunately. It's for a plan, it's not random. It's not random.
Stephan: Yeah, I know. I just wanted to add to what you say, because everything I can check what you say is true.
Alan: Yes. Well, thanks for calling.
Stephan: Yeah, I appreciate it, thanks.
Alan: Bye now. And we've got Paul from New York there. Are you there Paul? Okay, is Daniel there? Is Daniel on the phone?
Daniel: Yeah, a couple of weeks ago, you had a guy talking about, he asked you if you were a born again Christian and you said, I'm not a Christian in the cultural sense. You didn't even say you were a Christian, you just said, not in what you would think of cultural Christianity. I was wondering if you could shed some more light on that. Are you basically saying that you can believe in the things Christians believe in, just without all the indoctrination?
Alan: You understand, what's in Christianity was eternal before Jesus Christ. In other words, if you go into any truth, you'll always come along the same truth, there cannot be different truths.
Daniel: Exactly, that's exactly what I'm talking about; like me, I was raised Catholic. You know, and I don't necessarily keep the faith anymore, but I do believe that there was a lot of truth there.
Alan: Yes. There's eternal truth. You see, there are fundamental laws in this world, whether we like it or not, you can't break without suffering. And either you will suffer, or someone else will suffer, for everything we do there's a consequence in the world. And that's what the elite call it themselves in High Masonry, for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. There's no such thing as a free ride anywhere. And in this age, where we're taught to do your own thing, which is a joke, since no one really is doing there own thing, they're doing what's been pushed at them. There are consequences. However, those who run the world know what those consequences will be, they use those consequences and then show us how to cope with them, "Here's the answer to that," and we further enslave ourselves in a system because we're encouraged to think we're free and do what we want.
Daniel: Yeah, cause see... I've come through the stages of my awakening, and through my understanding. But the way I feel comfortable, through prayer and to reaching that higher, you know whatever it is out there, I find it through the religion I was raised in. You know, not to say that I'm entirely indoctrinated, but I think I know better, but the way I know how to worship, and the way I know how to reach that, is through that religion. And I think it just brings me comfort, of course, as all religions do to all people, but I think the trick here is knowing better.
Alan: Knowing better. Absolutely. And as I say, you'll find the same basic principles in all people’s religions that are survival mechanisms to save those people and keep them going.
Daniel: Well, how about you Alan. I mean, do you, I mean I hear you talk about spirituality all the time. I mean, do you have some sense of that? Do you? I'm sure you do. I mean, how do you pray? How do you get to your oneness as they call it?
Alan: It just comes to you when you're in the right frame of mind, you're doing the right things. It's not a god of the world that's for sure.
Daniel: Oh, definitely, I believe that.
Alan: And it's generally not the ones they've given you, because the ones they've given you have been so warped in the last hundred and fifty years, and combined together. Behind the big religions, you have an esoteric story, and people don't even know what it is that they're actually worshipping. If they did, they might stop. But it was known at one time, a long time ago.
Daniel: Yeah, I feel like I said, myself, I kind of...I do believe in that there's something out there in the way that I reach that level is through....I mean, I'm not trying to say it in a bad way, I just, unfortunately, I reach it there through Christianity, because that's what I was taught. Even though I don't believe all the hubbub about Jonah getting swallowed by a whale, and all the ritual and all that.
Alan: Well that's the Old Testament, you see, again, it gets confused with Christianity and Jonah was copied from a story from India, which is much, much older, in fact most of the Old Testament was.
Daniel: And that's the thing too, you know what I mean? I know like the stories of the Bible were just millennia older then the Bible itself, you know. So, I just wanted to kind of throw that out there to people, you know. It's okay to be Christian. It's okay to have your beliefs, but just know better, damn it, I mean damn.
Alan: Again, the thing is too, is not to follow people thinking they're superior, closer to god then you are.
Alan: Because they always give these us these multi-millionaire success stories to follow, who end up guiding us along with the World Council of Churches into the New World Order. It's wonderful.
Daniel: Yeah, I know. I laugh about it myself, because I'm just like, you know, I know a lot of smart people, but unfortunately they fall right into that.
Alan: Yes, they do.
Daniel: Into that label, you now. And it's like, man you know, we talk about this every day. I just wish you could see that there's a bigger meaning here. Not just the absolution that you want with, you know, your little truth. Your truth, the truth that you’re looking for, with your conditioned. Open up and realize that there's more truth, you know it can't be on your conditions.
Alan: Absolutely. And you must experience truth in everything. That's the whole key to it. Anything else is simply taking on a trust, which is belief. You must experience truths; they are something you're supposed to experience. Only then can you know, as opposed to believe.
Daniel: You know it's funny because most of that stuff happens when we're by ourselves. When we're alone. It's late at night or something, you know. That's why you know, most everybody, when things like that happen, think we're called crazy or we're cuckoo or something, you know.
Alan: Nighttime is a time for reflection. It symbolizes so much. It's a time when your mind can get out of the rough working light of the day, and it gives you another perspective, because, we have different parts of our mind, our brain, that come into the play at different times, and night's a time for reflection into much higher things, as opposed to the light of the work day.
Daniel: One last question and I'll take my answer off the air. You once said that born again is a term that's really, really old. I was wondering if you would shed some more light on that.
Alan: Born again always meant in the mystery religions, for thousands of years, someone who had become conscious of the real world. Because this con game of control through priesthoods and hierarchy for a wealthy, elite class, this con game is thousands of years old. It came in with money; it was there at the beginning. And I'm sure it was learned from a previous age. So, a person who woke up, literally, and saw things anew as they really were, not the way they've been trained and conditioned to see things was called born again. The land of the dead, raising the dead, used to mean a person who had become conscious. Even those who walked around, if they were not conscious, technically were the dead. And that's why in the New Testament you get Jesus saying, let the dead bury their dead, which makes people scratch their head. It's because those people are technically not conscious, at all. Those with spirit were those who were conscious. That's what it meant. Okay?
Daniel: Thank you, Alan.
Alan: Thanks for calling. And so yeah, there's nothing new under the sun as they say. The same con games go on, the same techniques of manipulation which are just formula. If you know the formula, that made people do something in the past, even if it was thousands of years ago, you can re-introduce that formula because it will work again. That's something that Plato and others always knew. And those who study the secret archives that are not available to the public, also know today. That's how Gorbachev knew they could create a new world religion based on earth worship and so on. It's simply all formula. And time and propaganda in getting the minds of the young. Here's an article here, just to show you how loving your governments are. And I said this all during the Cold War, you don't have to worry about the Russians, it’s your own government you must fear, if you understand the whole agenda. And this was from the Observer. Sunday the April 21st, 2002.
"Millions were in germ war tests" by Antony Barnett, The Observer
It says: The Ministry of Defence turned large parts of the country (A: that's Britain)into a giant laboratory to conduct a series of secret germ warfare tests on the public.
A government report just released provides for the first time a comprehensive official history of Britain's biological weapons trials between 1940 and 1979.
Many of these tests involved releasing potentially dangerous chemicals and micro-organisms over vast swaths of the population without the public being told. (A: Well why should you tell the public, eh?)
While details of some secret trials have emerged in recent years, the 60-page report reveals new information about more than 100 covert experiments.
The report reveals that military personnel were briefed to tell any 'inquisitive inquirer' the trials were part of research projects into weather and air pollution.
The tests, carried out by government scientists at Porton Down, were designed to help the MoD assess Britain's vulnerability if the Russians were to have released clouds of deadly germs over the country. (A: What a joke. What a joke, eh. We'll spread germs over Britain, watch the people die and get sick, just to see how the Russians would do it. You see, there was no Cold War. There's no Cold War. They gave themselves permission. They need something, a potential enemy to do this to their own public because this will be used in the future, bringing down the global population.)
It says here: In most cases, the trials did not use biological weapons but alternatives which scientists believed would mimic germ warfare and which the MoD claimed were harmless. But families in certain areas of the country who have children with birth defects are demanding a public inquiry.
One chapter of the report, 'The Fluorescent Particle Trials', reveals how between 1955 and 1963 planes flew from north-east England to the tip of Cornwall along the south and west coasts, dropping huge amounts of zinc cadmium sulphide on the population. (A: And you think they're not doing it today? Do you know what cadmium is? And the cancer rate shot up.)The chemical drifted miles inland, its fluorescence allowing the spread to be monitored. In another trial using zinc cadmium sulphide, a generator was towed along a road near Frome in Somerset where it spewed the chemical for an hour.
While the Government has insisted the chemical is safe, cadmium is recognized as a cause of lung cancer (A: it's not just a cause, it's one of the leading causes. Highly carcinogenic.)and during the Second World War was considered by the Allies as a chemical weapon. (A: It was also released off Norfolk by ships and it was blown in across the country. The National Health service then monitored the people as they got sick and after an umpteen of them died of course.)
In another chapter, 'Large Area Coverage Trials', the MoD describes how between 1961 and 1968 more than a million people along the south coast of England, from Torquay to the New Forest, were exposed to bacteria including e.coli and bacillus globigii , which mimics anthrax. These releases came from a military ship, the Icewhale, anchored off the Dorset coast, which sprayed the micro-organisms in a five to 10-mile radius.
The report also reveals details of the DICE trials in south Dorset between 1971 and 1975. These involved US and UK military scientists spraying into the air massive quantities of serratia marcescens bacteria, with an anthrax simulant and phenol.
Similar bacteria were released in 'The Sabotage Trials' between 1952 and 1964. These were tests to determine the vulnerability of large government buildings (A: ha, ha)and public transport to attack. In 1956 bacteria were released on the London Underground at lunchtime along the Northern Line between Colliers Wood and Tooting Broadway. The results show that the organism dispersed about 10 miles. Similar tests were conducted in tunnels running under government buildings in Whitehall.
Experiments conducted between 1964 and 1973 involved attaching germs to the threads of spiders' webs in boxes to test how the germs would survive in different environments. These tests were carried out in a dozen locations across the country, including London's West End, Southampton and Swindon. The report also gives details of more than a dozen smaller field trials between 1968 and 1977.
In recent years, the MoD has commissioned two scientists to review the safety of these tests. Both reported that there was no risk to public health, although one suggested the elderly or people suffering from breathing illnesses may have been seriously harmed if they inhaled sufficient quantities of micro-organisms.
However, some families in areas which bore the brunt of the secret tests are convinced the experiments have led to their children suffering birth defects, physical handicaps and learning difficulties.
David Orman, an army officer from Bournemouth, is demanding a public inquiry. His wife, Janette, was born in East Lulworth in Dorset, close to where many of the trials took place. She had a miscarriage, then gave birth to a son with cerebral palsy. Janette's three sisters, also born in the village while the tests were being carried out, have also given birth to children with unexplained problems, as have a number of their neighbours.
The local health authority has denied there is a cluster, but Orman believes otherwise. He said: 'I am convinced something terrible has happened. The village was a close-knit community and to have so many birth defects over such a short space of time has to be more than coincidence.'
And it goes on, and on, and on. You know, it's not stopped. It hasn't stopped. They're spraying the world now, pretty well daily, and have been for ten years on a continuing basis. When I was small I remember them spraying these large circular figure eights above me. My airforce uncle couldn't explain them as con-trails to me or himself. Back with more after these messages.
Hi folks, I am Alan Watt, Cutting Through the Matrix, and this one little article I just wanted to mention about the nonsense. And it reminds me of Bertrand Russell’s comment. He was a big player in this and he planned a lot of what was to come. He and many of his ilk, and he said that, "There's no nonsense so arrant that it could not be made the main belief or creed of the vast majority of people, given enough government action." So in other words, with any tremendous action on the public, they could be made to believe anything. And it's like Adam Weishaupt talked about, he says, "Oh, foolish man, what can you not be made to believe." And there's a website, and it's called Eco-Geek, 11th of July 2008. And it's got a picture of a cow with a big plastic tank on its back, like a balloon, to catch, yeah, to catch its farts. Yeah, no kidding, no kidding. This is the length they're going to, to convince us of the problems, and to stop eating meat. I'm not joking. Hey diddle, diddle, the cat and the fiddle, the cow is to be floated over the moon...if this balloon gets any bigger. Have a look at this thing, and show the kind of stuff that's been put out there, in this madness as they create this new crazy, idiotic religion, that we're all supposed to obey, remember, we're all supposed to obey this religion created by nutcases. It's well worth looking at it "Plastic Backpack Bags Cow's Farts" by Jaymi Heimbuch (ecogeek.org) - July 11, 2008.
Is Kyle still on the phone? Hello?
Kyle: Yes, I'm here Alan. I was just going to look up that Eco-Geek. Are they at least collecting the farts to use for fuel?
Alan: I don't know, there's comments at the bottom that are really hilarious, from people there, suggesting what they should do with the methane. And there were pretty good suggestions there as to what they should do with it. As you can imagine.
Kyle: Yes, but the article before really got to me because, in the United States, we have this thing called the US code, in Title 50, chapter 32, subsection 15:20 it says they can't test biologicals, chemicals on the people without their consent.
Alan: That's right.
Kyle: But they mention this thing called informal consent. And I was wondering how you would describe that.
Alan: Informal is when they give you little clues of it, and you don't complain, you accept it. You acquiesce by your silence. Seeing yourself sprayed from above in the sky and saying nothing is acquiescing legally by your silence.
Kyle: Yes. So I just feel like it's a mute point to complain to Congress because I already know they don't work for me.
Alan: That's correct. They never have.
Kyle: So, I guess the only way we could combat this is with vitamins. And I know they're attacking Canadians right, to get things like Vitamin C.
Alan: Well, you can't have a fit population, eating denaturalized, de-mineralized, de-vitaminized GMO vegetables. You know, if you've got a dumb population, they're much easier to, you know, guide around by the nose. That's what it's about. And that's what it's about to do.
So for this week, this Monday is about over. Remember to help me out with donations, who can; order the books, look at the website, keep in touch.
From Hamish and myself, It's Good Night, from Ontario, Canada. And may your god or gods go with you.
Topics of show covered in following links:
is too crowded for Utopia" by Chris Rapley (news.bbc.co.uk) - Jan. 6,
"Millions were in germ war tests" by Antony Barnett, The Observer (guardian.co.uk) - April 21, 2002.
"Plastic Backpack Bags Cow's Farts" by Jaymi Heimbuch (ecogeek.org) - July 11, 2008.