"Cutting Through The Matrix" Live On RBN (# 307)
Poem Copyright Alan Watt April 27, 2009:
Supervising Stampedes in Age of Crisis Creation:
"Welcome to the Century of Crisis Creation,
Demolishing Old Ways, Bringing Frustration,
Silent Consent, All Rights Receding,
Recall of Rights Like Some Dream Fleeting,
Stampeding Herds Guided to Trap,
Using Darwin's Dictum, 'Learn to Adapt,'
From New Norm to New Norm, We Upgrade,
'Til We're Interdependent, Alone, Afraid,
Almost There, Point We Arrive,
Dependent on State for Means to Survive"
© Alan Watt April 27, 2009
Monday April 27th 2009
Poem & Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - April 27, 2009 (Exempting Music, Literary Quotes, and Callers' Comments)
Hi folks, I am Alan Watt and this is Cutting Through The Matrix on April the 27th 2009.
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And on an earlier talk today, I was just thinking about the techniques of crisis creation and how it's the greatest tool that we've seen really, since 2001. Constant stampeding of “the herd”, as they call it at the top, because, yes, they do call us the herd. And during the last pandemic that kind of fizzled out in Ontario, Canada, the SARS epidemic, even the medical experts, you know those guys with the white coats, whose teeth glisten when they open their mouths you know, the special people with haloes, when they came out, they called the public on national television "The herd" and they were doing "herd management". So, that's what it's boiled down to today, they don't even bother calling us humans anymore or people, we're just "The Herd" you see; and we're under expert academic guidance, the scientific dictatorship. It's all to do with crisis management; it's the perception of crisis that counts. When you take what happened in World War II, even with Pearl Harbour, if they had suggested, at that time, they were going to take every American's rights away, to save them, they would have been fighting a war at home; because the American of that era was staunchly individualistic, in fact, that was really the M.O. of the United States of America: individualism and rights. Over generations, they've gradually managed to indoctrinate new generations into growing up thinking they just obey this authority that's everywhere, obeyance to authority and the individual's a bad guy. I'll be back with more on this - after this break.
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Hi folks, I'm Alan Watt, we're Cutting Through The Matrix, discussing how the US used to be and that's what it known for was, basically, rugged individualism; and people didn't question the individual's rights. Occasionally, when government did try to intrude on them, they'd be in trouble because there so many so-called safeguards, or at least barriers, set up to stop them, that was the whole idea, the way that the US was initially set-up. However, as we well know, in the Council on Foreign Relations, many-many years ago - who always tell you what your future's going to be, since they help design and plan it - they said that they'd have to do an end run around Constitutions and laws etc, to get the agenda through, you know, the parallel government's agenda and they are part of the parallel government.
I've also talked about how Brzezinski and others talked about the coming Internet before the public even knew what a computer was, definitely a home computer; and in his book (Between Two Ages) particularly, he wrote a chapter on the coming information system that would be given to the public; but at that time only belonged and had been used by the military-industrial complex. He also gave little clues as to what its real purpose would be; and of course, we know now today it's all data collection, so they can get personality profiles on you and even your daily routine is upgraded, because everyone's putting all their data out there. Eventually, of course, it will be a cashless society, world-wide, with the IMF dishing out the credits to everyone and they'll be used as punishment and reward. In other words: you won't get your credits out if you've been a bad boy or girl, or you've emailed politically-incorrect things or used the wrong terms even, or a wrong wording in your letters etc.
In other words: it was sent out to be a form of control and none of what's happening today could happen, this massive world take-over, without the computer system doing it all, information-data retrieval. And of course, under standard rules, as they go along, they introduce Bills that allow themselves to put something, that's always meant to sound as innocuous as possible, as harmless as possible; and once it's on the books, they always expand it, to include things you would never have dreamt of. That's the standard procedure. Before they talked about just high agencies, the NSA would have to occasionally have to peek into your emails and to your records and your faxes etc and they keep updating it, now the local cops can do it, you see, none of us can be trusted, we're all bad boys and girls, we're just too immature and silly to allow ourselves to be run by ourselves, therefore the experts must always watch us and guide us along the right path, the one that they have chosen for us.
I often wondered why the big fad came out, initially, with the internet and computers, when they called them personal computers, PCs, I used to say "Political Correct", it was all to do with that; but it was to make you think that you were in charge of all your data, that was the simple con right there, you know. Psycho-linguistics, simple, “personal”, it's mine and they give you a little password and stuff, 'oh nobody can get into this except me'; and before you know it, you're dependent on the darn thing for everything; and most folk now pay everything through electronic banking. Therefore, it's so easy for them to cut them off; and as they dish out technology they could have given us at the beginning, they had to give us a whole series of computers, to make us believe - this is the main reason for it, apart from making profit all the time - to make us believe we're on the cutting edge, we're all on the cutting edge, all of us and that we're being given the best there is. Therefore, it never dawns on you what you're given is obsolete; it never dawns on you when you buy the new upgraded PC they could have given you that at the very beginning, or in 2 or 3 years time for that matter, because they're just dishing out piecemeal.
Isn’t it interesting too that every company, every company, brings out the same systems at the same time? See, it's military-industrial complex. The big private corporations are part of the military-industrial complex; and as things become more complicated; and made frustratingly so, when, after all, when programs worked before, why don't the programs work now? Why is it they're becoming such a nuisance to work through and do simple things with; why, why? It's to frustrate you, because they're bringing in the Cloud system, where, basically, your computer at home will be a form of a telephone, basically, with a number you punch in, that gives you access to a remote server that keeps all the data; and isn't that more simple? Because, since they want total information network, they'll have access to all your data, no fuss, no mess; and they'll deal with all viruses, trojans, upgrading of programming. You can sit and play; but if you're bad, you're little number will be locked out until you're on your knees and you conform. Social approval / social disapproval will be used to train you. Now that they have everyone pretty-well hooked on the computer, they can't imagine going off it; they don't realise that just a few years ago people did stock taking in factories and warehouses and stores with pencils and paper and, you know something? It worked, it worked; but it was a darn nuisance for governments who love all statistics and data-collection, because they wanted copies as well, you see, this is much easier. So, the Cloud will come in and this first article here is from Sunday the 25th January 2009. I've read it before but I'll read it again:
Google plans to make PCs history
Just to show you I'm not kidding, it's not surmisation here.
Google is to launch a service that would enable users to access their personal computer from any internet connection, according to industry reports. But campaigners warn that it would give the online behemoth unprecedented control over individuals' personal data.
Well, that's the point of it, you see.
The Google Drive, or "GDrive", could kill off the desktop computer, which relies on a powerful hard drive. Instead a user's personal files and operating system could be stored on Google's own servers and accessed via the internet.
The long-rumoured GDrive
They do love that 'G'.
is expected to be launched this year, according to the technology news website TG Daily, which described it as "the most anticipated Google product so far".
Well, because they had it planned all along.
It is seen as a paradigm shift away from Microsoft's Windows operating system, which runs inside most of the world's computers, in favour of "cloud computing", where the processing and storage is done thousands of miles away in remote data centres.
Home and business users are increasingly turning to web-based services, usually free,
My, my, my: there's the mouse bait there eh?
ranging from email (such as Hotmail and Gmail) and digital photo storage (such as Flickr and Picasa) to more applications for documents and spreadsheets (such as Google Apps). The loss of a laptop or crash of a hard drive does not jeopardise the data because it is regularly saved in "the cloud" and can be accessed via the web from any machine.
The GDrive would follow this logic to its conclusion by shifting the contents of a user's hard drive to the Google servers. The PC would be a simpler, cheaper device acting as a portal to the web,
That's all it is, a portal to the web.
perhaps via an adaptation of Google's operating system for mobile phones, Android. Users would think of their computer as software rather than hardware.
See, that's where it was designed to go, step-by-step in the first place, before they gave you the old computers to start with. See: we're just mice and they say that, they give us mousetraps and we just eat the cheese, eat the cheese, eat the cheese, until you get to the trap you see and then you say ‘My god, I'm in it, I can't do without it’, it's as simple as that, planned to go this way, all along. Do you realise how much cooperation it takes from the big boys at the top to agree on this? A single company couldn't go it alone in an age where those who own information rule the world. That's discussed, at Sandhurst, the military academy and other places across the world. Therefore, there are no independent organisations at that level; there are none. So, I'll put this link up on my site, at the end of the show.
Everyone's prattling on about the pandemic, you see, as they get us used to the ideas of pandemic; and it's strange that it's mainly in Mexico it's been killing people, what with this latest outbreak that came out around March or so. However -listening to the news - they're still allowing people to come in, from Mexico, to work, seasonal workers etc. Now, living in Canada, we've had experience already of the scare to do with SARS. The first law of any coming pandemic is you quarantine your country from people coming in from the infected country but that wasn't done in the SARS either: they still had the planes coming in from mainland China and all the rest of it. Then we went through a lot of hoopla, where big corporations sold thermal imaging devices to possibly see if anyone had a fever in airports, then admitted, after the SARS, that they were useless. Well, why is that? It's because you see, it can take 10 to 15 days while the prodromal period of infection, before any symptoms show in a human being, including inflammation. Therefore, in that case, that's why the standard procedure, if you were really serious about stopping a pandemic or epidemic coming into your country, is totally shut down all people coming in from the infected country but they're not doing that, why? Why, hmm? Is this a trial run to get us all used to the fact that we're going to be ordered about by experts, injected with all kinds of mandatory, authorised substances? We'll see, we'll see, but it's a lot of hype right now, a lot of hype; and as I say, they're not doing what you would normally do if there truly was something that you wanted to stop coming into your country, until it was over. Would you really risk your whole population? Would you? So that people could go back and forth to Mexico for tourism? Would you? Think about it: is tourism more important when you balance it with wiping out everyone in the country with a real killer? Well, therefore, is it a killer? How much of this is hype? I'll be back with more on logic after these messages.
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Hi folks, I am Alan Watt, we're Cutting Through The Matrix.
You know, with the creation of viruses and the mutation, the manipulation or man-mutated viruses, is an old-old thing, in fact, if you read a book that's called Deadly Allies: Canada's Secret War. You see: Canada led the world, during and after World War II, for a long time, on the creation of killer viral and bacterial microbes, for war purposes, warfare purposes. In the book, it’s using declassified stuff from the governments, we find out just how far ahead they were, back then; and how easy it was for them to take a common virus and mutate it into what they called a fast breeder, into a deadly thing, within a matter of hours. Now, they can do it within an hour apparently; they're so far ahead. Now, obviously what gets taught to the average medical student is obsolete as well; because, in any area of research, the military-industrial complex always breaks the ground and they keep this stuff secret for many-many years. Therefore, what's taught to the public, and doctors and GPs are members of the public, you see, who also believe they're on the cutting edge, it doesn't dawn on them they're getting antique, antiquated or misleading indoctrinations, they're still living in the past, to do with viruses and bacterium etc. Now, since they can create the viruses to kill so easily, and program them, like computers how many times they can replicate and die off and they've had articles in the Daily Mail about it, when a journalist went into the Porton Downs establishment in Britain. That's where they make all this deadly stuff, and I believe they've moved now, recently; but, anyway, he sat with the scientists who talked about creating ethnic-specific viruses and how they had them all, that was back in the early 1990s.
Nothing surprises me at all; so, when they come out with something's that's evolving on it's own that could be a killer, they're either pulling your leg, to terrify you, because they want control over you; or, they're getting you used to, by predictive programming, what you will do when the real thing is released, and "released" will be the word because I guarantee you it'll be man-made.
Here's an article I've read before about this; and it's from one of the guys who worked to create a killer virus, to recreate in fact, the Spanish Flu, using live viruses they found in the permafrost corpses in Canada and then who merged it with the common flu, the present flu viruses, to see what would happen. Meaning: they've weaponised the normal / average common flu. This was released on the 29th of December 2008. I've read it before and it's actually from Yoshihiro Kawaoka, who was one of the scientists, University of Wisconsin-Madison and it comes from a website called eureka alert.
Scientists isolate genes that made 1918 flu lethal
By mixing and matching a contemporary flu virus
That's a modern one.
with the "Spanish flu"
The killer one.
- a virus that killed between 20 and 50 million people 90 years ago in history's most devastating outbreak of infectious disease - researchers have identified a set of three genes that helped underpin the extraordinary virulence of the 1918 virus.
Writing today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, a team led by University of Wisconsin-Madison virologists Yoshihiro Kawaoka and Tokiko Watanabe identifies genes that gave the 1918 virus the capacity to reproduce in lung tissue, a hallmark of the pathogen that claimed more lives than all the battles of World War I combined.
So: they got the common flu viruses that are spreading across the world every year, the present modern ones, mixed it with three particular genes that were responsible for activating the 1918 one and they produced a killer flu. Why do you think they were doing that? Interest - general interest? Bored - boredom, perhaps? Why do you think they were doing it? Who do you think would pay them to do that? Remember what I said earlier: everything in the real cutting edge that’s always way ahead of its time is the military-industrial complex.
"Military" today means many things, because there's many compartments: economic; virology; bacteriology, for wiping out whole nations; even areas that deal with spreading fungus, they had fungus that could spread across Germany in World War II, if they cared to do so, it could kill off all the crops. Again, read Deadly Allies: Canada's Secret War. You'll also find they created something to kill of the enemies' livestock; when they did autopsies on the brains of the cattle, guess what they found during World War II? They were full of little holes, like cheesecake, like Mad Cow Disease became much later on; in fact, pretty-well identical, what a coincidence, in World War II, they had that, eh?
This article here is very good, it tells you how this particular virus worked, why it killed, because it really replicated inside the lung tissue, as opposed to the upper respiratory tract; so, you drown, basically. That's what they can do, that they admit to, that they admit to, which is very-very tame really as to what they really have; and I'm going to go into this in more detail, after these messages, because it’s an important topic, to see how we're being stampeded.
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I'm Alan Watt; we're Cutting Through The Matrix. When the SARS outbreak hit Toronto, of course, the government started throwing millions of dollars, supposedly, into research. Anybody who said they could possibly come up with a vaccine were getting grants, you see, it's a great thing - and you don't have to account for any of it, because you don't have to promise you're going to come with anything. It's wonderful for the Pharma businesses and the biologists that go into this kind of thing; meanwhile, as I say, at the higher level, they can create everything, isn't that amazing? They can create anything they want and program it how long it would last; how many times it would multiply; how many it should kill off in the process; and after a week or so, it deactivates itself. That's how exact it is; but, gee, on the lower echelons of medicine, it's all a big puzzle and a mystery, as they read their medical journals, their latest magazines that keep them in a different reality of the past, because they're not on the cutting edge at all, but at the top they are. That's why the motor industry and certain motor companies are so far ahead with all their transmissions and their differentials etc, because they were all given incredible financing during World War II and every war since. That's why they have the strong ones that don't bust and break and all the rest of it. Everything to do with the military-industrial complex is way ahead, always, of what the public are ever-ever told. And as I say, it's great, panic and fear creation is fantastic for business.
Remember what Rothschild said, when he was asked when you make the most amount of money. He said "When the blood is flowing in the streets, everybody's panicking". We've had nothing but panic and one crisis after another since 2001; and folk don't realise this is impossible, with the law of averages, to have many crises, one after another, that take all your rights from you, governments mandate inoculations if need be, you've a financial collapse, supposedly, brought on by the banks that then get rewarded; and we've got to go global, plus we've got to reduce the population at the same because of 'global warming'. All in the span of 9 years - think about it - this is impossible, impossible, unless it’s all planned this way; and of course it is. After all, this is the twenty-first century; academia was talking about this in the last century, it was the coming century of change -and they knew what the changes would be - the planned, ordered, reduced population society. That's what it's all about; and going back to Darwin too: which they all go back to, he talked about adaptation and you have to adapt to survive. Well, you see, we adapt to every crisis, every new normal and that is exactly what Lenin was talking about: how they can constantly upgrade the people who, very quickly, think that everything's normal again, you’re into a new normal and you have no memory of the past normal, like before 9/11 2001, before you had to show IDs for everything, or unbuckle your pants and walk barefoot or in stocking feet through airports and bend over and all this kind of stuff that's the new normal today.
Back to Rothschild and when to make money. Well, here they go, the big boys you see who are all part of the military-industrial complex - obviously - the big vaccine manufacturers and drug boys are involved in creating viruses etc when they're also working on, supposedly, the safeguards against the viruses and so on, they're part of it, they're part of it; very simple. And this is from Reuters, April the 24th:
Venture capital firm set to reap rewards on swine flu
It's just out the bag and these pigs are going to make money on it. It says:
The swine flu outbreak is likely to benefit one of the most prolific and successful venture capital firms in the United States: Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Thomson Reuters Private Equity Week reported on Friday.
Byers is still part of the Rothschild company.
Shares of the two public companies in the firm's portfolio of eight Pandemic and Bio Defense companies
Bio Defense companies.
-- BioCryst Pharmaceuticals (BCRX.O) and Novavax (NVAX.O) -- jumped Friday on news that the swine flu killed a reported 60 people in Mexico and has infected people in the United States.
The World Health Organization (WHO) said the virus appears to be susceptible to Roche's (ROG.VX) flu drug Tamiflu, also known as oseltamivir, but not to older flu drugs such as amantadine.
Well, "it appears to be" doesn't mean it's true. Remember before, when they were trying that same stuff - and they brought it out for the bird flu, supposedly, it was in the Far East at the time and it was killing them off too. Even children that were getting it preventatively were dying; that won't stop them.
Shares of Swiss drugmaker Roche Holding AG closed up 3.48 percent after falling sharply earlier in the week on a cancer drug disappointment,
Oh dear-dear, I'm surprised, you see generally they give the cancer drug disappointments, that kill of the cancer patients faster than the cancer, are given to AIDS patients and that's why they get all the symptoms, but that's the real world.
Getting back to what I was saying, now, in the treaties that were signed up for bio-warfare - and there are treaties signed at the United Nations - you also see it in that book Deadly Allies. You'll see that at every stage of a mutation, a worked-on man-made mutation, in a laboratory, of a virus or bacterium, they must have a completely 100% effective antidote to it, upgraded with each upgrade of the virus or bacterium. That is law, they have to have it; they're not in the business of making killers without having something that kills off the killer. They've had that in progress since before World War II; think about it. Meanwhile, they give you these things that may work or may not, these little pills and so on that cost you thousands of dollars, if you can buy them; and it's also been proven that they kill other people etc.
There's the kind of stuff where you make money: terror and fear, it's fantastic, look at the business they've made off all security equipments and cameras and so on; look at the incredible money that the companies have made. Do you know that's where the military-industrial complex have moved, into society, into civilian life, because that's the war: it's on civilians, everywhere, world-wide and they're making every major company that you've heard of that made the aircraft and so on are in making cameras and systems for observation, detections etc. Total police state, world-wide, that is the new order, this is the new order that's been brought in and it's going to get worse. And there's no debating with them at the top, because, you see, they have a plan, at the top; and they're all ready for every kind of backlash again. They've built up internal armies to deal with this, over twenty-odd years, under the guise of fighting terrorism, fighting drugs and all the rest of it.
They used to say, when they talked about Marxism, that they couldn't - the countries that were being infiltrated with Marxist policies, could not allow the Marxists to bring the countries to the verge of revolution, because part of the Marxist technique was to make things so bad and poverty so bad that people would have to rebel, as their own governments became dictatorial and overbearing, authoritarian you see. Therefore, when you see your governments hand in hand across the world, all going along the same path of utter authoritarianism, that means that they're not worried about anything else. That means they're going in one direction only: it's going to be there way or no way. And they're ready to deal with all the backlashes, that's how it really is, that tells you right there when they're giving us their prospects for the next 30-50 years, from the think-tanks for the military (and I've read them before) and you can go into my website and see the one from Britain - 90 pages, on what they say is going to come in the future. There's no ifs or buts about it, these things can only happen if those in authority force them to happen, therefore they're going to.
Give us back our private lives
It says here, this is from The Telegraph April 25th 2009.
As Labour unveils plans to monitor every one of our phone calls and emails, it is time to demand an end to state snooping.
"Your moves are monitored by your bus tickets. There are CCTV cameras on every building and computer chips on the rubbish [garbage] bin - and they can tell a lot about your life by studying your rubbish [garbage]
And they are, they're going through folks’ garbage now.
...Security has got absurd." The Russian journalist Irada Zeinalova wasn't talking about Putin's Russia. She wasn't even talking about life in the old Soviet Union. She was talking about Britain today.
Now, Britain is a prototype that we've all got to copy, you see.
Mrs Zeinalova has lived in Britain for several years. But she doesn't like the level of intrusion into her private life that she experiences. Many native Britons take the same view. An increasing number of people resent the constant surveillance that has become common in many cities in Britain.
It's across the world now.
Britain has more security cameras per head of population than anywhere else in the world: each one is justified, at least by those who have installed it,
by the role it plays in detecting and reducing crime.
Just as insidious is the amount of data the state now holds on its citizens - and the Government last week unveiled plans to hold still more, because your every phone call, email and visit to a website will be monitored by the state.
Some of the material the state collects, such as tax and pension details, is an unavoidable part of the bureaucracy necessary to run a modern state.
Well, we don't need that anyway, it's all a con.
Other databases are also, in principle, uncontentious: doctors cannot treat you effectively if they do not know your medical history,
Well, they can't treat you, even if they do know it today because you're lucky to see the same one twice in a row, in Canada and in Britain and elsewhere; apart from that, they don't care.
Still other databases - the violent offender and sex offender registers, for example - can be said to have a role in fighting crime.
That's nonsense; they've used that con to get us all into slavery and manacles.
But there is a slippery slope here, and it leads to a state of permanent police supervision of everyone.
Well, that's the point of it. If you’re into crime prevention you see, and law enforcement, as opposed to policing, you'd have to manacle everybody up, that way you'd be guaranteed they can't do anything and go anywhere.
Preventing and detecting crime" can be used as a justification for expanding databases and surveillance almost indefinitely.
There's no almost about it, it says:
And it has been. The Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000 (RIPA) defines and regulates spying by government bodies. As the Home Office's latest consultation paper on RIPA reveals, at least 42 government departments and organisations are entitled to spy on the public. They include such bodies as the Charity Commission,
Did you know that? Well the Charity Commission and Charities and Foundations have been a con from the beginning. The Department for Environment can do it and the Department of Work and Pensions can do it, they can go in and find all your data too.
If you include local authorities who are also allowed to spy on you,
And they are now, by the way.
there are more than 400 government agencies entitled to snoop.
How's that? How is that?
Here's another one again, it's from the Mail online, this is for the world, folks, because, as I say, Britain, remember they came up first with the word democracy, they've led the world with 'democracy' and they're still leading the world. Police now, your local cops can have access to these complete data banks on you:
Police can snoop on every email and eavesdrop on Internet phone calls under new plan.
See, they get it on the books and then before you know it, it expands and expands. It's like cancer, it grows like cancer, whatever the government touches and puts through as a law, grows like a cancer, tumours everywhere, because it's designed to, that was the intention of it.
Police and security chiefs will be able to scour the contents of every email sent in Britain under a £12 billion plan
Hah! This is from a country that's supposed to be broke!
to be unveiled tomorrow. The programme, known as Deep Packet Inspection,
That's a little joke on pocket, right? They're right into your pockets now.
will also give them the ability to eavesdrop on phone calls made over the internet.
The proposals, which will be revealed by Home Secretary Jacqui Smith,
This is the woman who's made so many gaffs it's a comedy; but it is a comedy because, obviously, they're not in charge. This is the woman who puts porno viewing on the TV and charges it down to her government expenses. It's got a nice picture here on this particular link and I'll put it up too with a police chief, with all his white spaghetti on his skip and his cap and all his masonic regalia above it too, the chequerboard; and they're both grinning like coots you know. All you need are those little epaulettes to have a little zigzag lightning bolt; and some people, with a memory and mentality, will be able to recognise what it means on their lapels. Here they are, it says here:
come amid increasing evidence that terror groups such as those in the Mumbai attacks
are using internet telephones to avoid telephone taps on landline and mobile phones.
So, because some people are supposedly, maybe - and we take their word for it, right? - are tapped, using the internet telephone, we all have to be snooped on by local cops. Let's not use 'it's those guys over there' stuff anymore. We're the enemy, the public are the enemy.
Internet firms and telephone providers are already required to store details of communications using their networks for at least a year.
We're paying for it all, we pay for it all; we pay for our manacles, our chains. Why do we help them?
However, this paves the way for the content of online calls and emails also to be studied.
How would you like it when groups around your home, you know the authorised groups and that can go into all your personal data? They say they're superior types if they're authorised people, they come from different wombs, they're not just little busy gossipy busy bodies, special people, special people. Like your local policeman, like that one I read about last week there who believes she's in part of the ninja, the force, you know the one with the laser thing and the star wars thing, yeah, that's who'll have hold of your information. And you know something, to an extent, the public deserve it, because they grab every free everything that's put up, Facebook, the lot, and put up all their data and then they come out and I read the articles where the creators of it say it's for data collection. Who do you think that is for? It's free, it's free; it's like the flu shot, it's free; they'll sell you anything, it's free; they'll sell you the gas and the extermination chamber when they say it's free. That's how stupid people are, today; utterly stupid.
Now, there's Patty from Illinois there, are you there Patty?
Patty: Hi Alan, how are you?
Alan: I'm hanging on here.
Patty: You’re hanging in there huh?
Alan: Biting the bullet.
Patty: That's about it here too. I called in because you were talking about the swine flu hype. I don't watch TV but my husband does and, every once in a while, he'll call me and he's watching ABC I guess and they're interviewing an expert on the swine flu and his name was Mike Bacon!
Alan: Mike Bacon, what a ham! Hold on, we'll talk about this - after this break.
=== BREAK ===
Hi folks, I'm Alan Watt, we're Cutting Through The Matrix, talking to Patty from Illinois, who's mentioning the guy, this expert on swine flu, I love these sudden experts, you could invent something tomorrow and suddenly there's an expert on it; and this is for the day that pigs might fly but his name is Mike Bacon, apparently, and you really wonder if they're just laughing at us, don't you?
Patty: You do, you really do because now that I don't watch a lot of TV but I have occasionally listened to the news or something and it's just so appalling because they speak to you like you're an idiot, like you're really-really stupid.
Alan: That's right, it was the same when they gave us the whole thing with the financial collapse and Madoff made off with the money; Kashkari was sent to dish the money back to the banks; and then there was another one afterwards that was set up to deal with it. I think he was called Rob Nabors; Rob Neighbours was helping Mr. Cash Carry and I thought 'you couldn't make this up' in a comedy script.
Patty: No, and it was like I was having lunch with some friends one time and they were talking about some show they watch and how they got all this information and it was really good information and it was from this guy and his name was name was Dr. Oz and I started laughing. I said you're getting your information from a doctor named Oz? And they just kind of looked at me like something was wrong with me!
Alan: Oh I know, it's just astonishing really what's really being done to the public; and again, under crisis-creation, where they get us all stampeding from one crisis now to the next crisis and the intention is behavioural conditioning, where they're simply getting us ready to come into a completely new society, with no memory of even how we got there.
Patty: Right, right. And now with the swine flu, my husband's been home a couple of days, he's been sick and kind of flu-like symptoms or whatever and I had both my mother and mother-in-law: "you got to get him to a doctor and have him tested for the swine flu". I just said "well, he hasn't been craving bacon or anything yet, so I don't think he needs to go to the doctors"!
Alan: I know and there were some children too from Mexico, that came back to Nova Scotia, after a holiday and they came down with it; but, as far as I know, there's no severe cases.
Patty: No. I was surprised that they are testing it, because no one's ever really tested anybody's blood when they've had the flu that I know of. What do they do? They tell you to go home and drink a lot of water and get a lot of rest and that's about all they do.
Alan: That's all you do. It's either a week with treatment or seven days without it! Ha-ha!
Patty: It's just, I don't know, it's kind of crazy.
Alan: It runs its course; but this is the pabulum we're being fed, as they hype us up and hype us up: that we can't live, or move, or think, without experts advising us what to do.
Patty: And I just want to advise everyone to get your books, because the more you understand it, the more, when you start seeing things, you just, it's just amazing all the dots you start connecting.
Alan: Yes, it is; because we are living through a sort of Pavlovian - upgrading I call it - into this Brave New World and, as I say, we're supposed to end up there without, so out of breath, with panic after panic, we won't have memory of how we even got there, or a previous way of living afterwards. But thanks for calling, Patty.
Patty: All right, thanks Alan, and you take care, bye.
Alan: I will do, you too.
From Hamish and myself, from Ontario, Canada, heavily-sprayed and rained on today - it's goodnight and may your God, or your gods, go with you.
Transcribed by Bill Scott.
Links to articles covered in the show:-
"Are we mad to allow Big
Brother Google to take over the world?" by Steve Boggan (dailymail.co.uk)
- April 25, 2009.
"Google plans to make PCs history" by David Smith (guardian.co.uk) - Jan. 25, 2009.
"Scientists isolate genes that made 1918 flu lethal" Yoshihiro Kawaoka, University of Wisconsin-Madison (eurekalert.org) - Dec. 29, 2008.
"Venture capital firm set to reap rewards on swine flu" by Alexander Haislip (reuters.com) - April 27, 2009.
"Give us back our private lives" by Alasdair Palmer and David Barrett (telegraph.co.uk) - April 25, 2009.
"Police can snoop on every email and eavesdrop on Internet phone calls under new plan" (dailymail.co.uk) - April 25, 2009.
[North American Pandemic Contingency Plans (Grab quick before they're pulled)]
• "U.S. Northern Command - Avian Flu" (northcom.mil).
• "North American Plan for Avian and Pandemic Influenza" Under Secretary for Democracy and Global Affairs (at archive.org) - August 2007.