May 15th, 2009 (#321)
Alan Watt "Cutting Through The Matrix" LIVE on RBN:

Poem Copyright Alan Watt May 15th, 2009:

Be Prepared -- Make People Scared:

"Now We're All Familiarized
With a Police Who've been Militarized,
They're Moving On, Flawless, Without Error,
Militarizing Children for a War on Terror,
Baden-Powell Would be Proud, Loved Uniforms and Order,
His Scouts to Unify World in a Time of No Border,
These Empty Mini-Stasi Already Love Big Brother,
Will Turn In Parents, Neighbours, Loyal to No Other,
From Cartoon Heroes to Real Guns, Children All the Same,
Betwixt Fantasy and Reality, Life is Still a Game,
Pentagon's Behind it, Preparing Long-Term Strategy,
When Created Shortages Hit, Beginnings of Tragedy,
Predicted Thirty Years of Rioting, Starting in Due Time,
Enter the Brainwashed Young Thugs to Keep People in Line"
© Alan Watt May 15th, 2009

Poem & Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - May 15th, 2009 (Exempting Music, Literary Quotes, and Callers' Comments)

 

Hi folks, I am Alan Watt, and this is Cutting Through the Matrix on the 15th of May, 2009.  Newcomers look into the cuttingthroughthematrix.com website, where you can find hundreds of talks I've given in the past, where I try to show you the shortcuts to understanding the big picture of this system that runs the world, how it operates, and where it's taking you.  You can also look into alanwattsentientsentinel.eu for transcripts of these talks, which you can download, and print up, and they're written in the various languages of Europe.  For those who haven't got my books yet, you can get them at cuttingthroughthematrix.com.  There's discs for sale as well there.  And there's a paypal donate button, on the site, for those who want to keep me on the shows.  I don't ask for payment from the shows that I go on, any of them.  And I've never received payment from any of them.  And I don't get paid by the advertisers.  The advertisers deal directly with the station, and that pays for the show broadcast, that pays for the engineers, etc, that it takes to run the show, and all their equipment, and so on.  For those who want to donate to me, you can also, as I say, go into cuttingthroughthematrix.com, and find out how to do it there, or send personal check within Canada and the U.S. to [listed above].

 

We're going through the greatest changes as Mr Rockefeller said, a long, long time ago, that have really hit the planet since the time of the Agricultural Revolution being over and the Industrial Revolution coming in, and millions of people were being flushed off the rural areas, into the cities to run the factories.  Today it's a global effort.  A long-term plan has almost been fulfilled, it really is fulfilled, it's here.  And all we have is the transition phase to go through, which is going to be chaos in itself, as whole societies go through upheaval, massive upheaval.  As people try to move around countries, or out of countries to other countries, and keep ahead of the game, as we go through the financial ups and downs, and machinations of those that run the money system, worldwide, Jacques Attali talked about that in his book, Millennium: Winners and Losers in the Coming New World Order.  He printed that book in 1990, and he was one of the architects for the European Union, along with the other Nazis.  And he certainly was in the know, and at present he's working in the United Nations, the big front that they have.  The big front group that's really run by the International Bankers, that's who funded them into existence.  And he said the next boat people will be Americans, leaving their country, looking for work abroad.  And what kind of world are they going to try to find work in, because, Attali himself said, what all the others had said, that a part in creating this New World Order, something planned for centuries in fact, they said basically that countries or corporations really will be the only ones eventually who can get people moved out of their existing countries.  In other words, you'll need to be employed or be wanted for employment by a big corporate body, in order to leave your country.  The creme de le creme he said, the rest will be left behind.  I'll be back with more after these messages.

 

I'm Alan Watt, and this is Cutting Through the Matrix.  Just finishing from the last break on Jacques Attali, when he said that big corporations in other countries will be able to pick the creme de le creme, the best at their particular job, the best in academia, and have them brought in to work for them.  The rest will be left to squander, in their own countries.  And that's been happening for years now, with the European Union, where, if you're in Britain or France, you can apply to other countries' corporations, and they have newspapers there that are nothing but jobs and job ads for the creme de la creme as they say.  The rest are pretty well stuck where they are.  That's the nice new world that's coming in, the brave new world that George Orwell talked about, and he did a fantastic portrayal of this system in his book Nineteen Eighty-Four.  He wanted the book to be called The Last Man.  What he meant, was the last sentient, thinking man.  Everyone else was totally brainwashed.  But his publisher wanted him to change the title, so the publisher picked 1948, which was the year it was published, and simply reversed 48 to 84.  In that particular book, and I must say too, the Black and White version put out by a British Studio with John Hurt and Burton was the actor, did a fantastic portrayal of how the mind works.  And how those who torture you, torture you, aren't happy just to have confessions from you, they want to give you a new reality.  And it's not good enough that you tell them that they're only holding up three fingers instead of two, you've got to believe it.  That's what they're told, you've got to believe it.  You'll come to love Big Brother.  Once you come to love Big Brother, at the Ministry of Love of course, that's where they torture you, then they kill you once they've completely won you over through torture and mind control.

 

Which takes me into tonight's topic, because, I always think of Bernays, and how the techniques are so well understand now by batteries of social scientists and neuro scientists, there are so many different names for them now, those who deal with the mind.  Especially the mind of the masses, and how to sway them.  It's a perfect art.  Perfect.  That's why people go and vote, every time, because politicians lie through their teeth, they are psychopaths, they don't blush.  And I think Henderson and Gillespie were the first psychiatric bunch to do surveys on upper class psychopaths, back in the 70s.  Hadn't been done before.  They'd always studied the ones at the bottom, that see the thing in the window, smash the window, and steal it, because psychopaths have little tolerance of frustration.  They like instant gratification.  It had never occurred to them that any of them could survive in the upper classes, and lo and behold, their survey found that pretty well all the politicians that they surveyed were absolute psychopaths, with all the symptoms of it.  It didn't matter what dirt came out, or skeletons fell out of the cupboard during election time, it just went off their back, like water from a duck's back.  No blushing.  They didn't run away to hide their faces, they just stood there and lied all the more.  That's a psychopath for you. 

 

We saw this with the Gulf War I and Gulf War II, where Rumsfeld and those guys went up and lied day after day about weapons of mass destruction.  They lied and lied about not using torture, until it broke out they were using torture.  Utter liars all, and yet the public never learn.  They always think the new man, the new man they present to them is going to be any different.  Number 1, he's a CFR member, so he was vetted and put there in the first place.  So was his wife, CFR.  He gave you all the usual lies, you see.  And then he reverses his decisions on them, once he's in, which is nothing new at all.  And people are sometimes shocked and stunned, but they'll forget it, and they'll vote the next election as well, because they have no memory whatsoever.  President Obama is restarting the Guantanamo prisons again, after he said he would close them all down.  And this is from Times, Online, May 15th 2009.

 

President Obama to restart Guantanamo Bay military tribunals

 

He speaks out about credit card debt reform at a town hall style gathering at Rio Rancho High School, at Rio Rancho. 

 

Barack Obama is set to reverse the first formal decision… (Alan: That's not his first reversal by the way.  He's already reversed the ban on torture.  So really it's at least his second, probably more we haven't heard of yet.)  …the first formal decision of his presidency today with the expected announcement that his Administration will restart Bush-era military tribunals for Guantanamo Bay detainees. (A: That means torture, by the way. Military tribunals.)

 

While still on the campaign trail, Mr Obama denounced the military commission system as "flawed". He suspended them within hours of his inauguration in January, pending a review of the alternatives, and promised to close the detention camp on Cuba.

 

His decision to restart the tribunals – albeit with must stronger legal safeguards for defendants (A: Ha, ha, ha.)– has prompted protests from human rights groups while showing how difficult it is for Mr Obama to break completely with the policies of his predecessor.

 

Well, why should he break, when he's got the same bosses to answer for?  Do you think he makes the decisions?  But what's interesting too, is as I say, that he's okayed the torture, and when he was running of course, he also said he was going to have a more open presidency to do with torture, and on yesterday news he came out and said, well, it would be bad for the nation, bad for the nation if all this new evidence, of all the tremendous torture that had been going on were made available to the public.  You see that might add to those countries or give them more legitimacy, those countries that hate us, he said.  In other words, they were going overboard, not just with the snapshots that you saw, this was common stuff all over the place, wherever the U.S. troops were.  Massive torture and degradation, and no doubt, lots of killing as well.  Because not all of these prisoners survived the ordeals.  That's the real world we're living in.  That's the real world. 

 

And guess something, what too.  You see, we're all being desensitized, and have been for donkey's years by all the movies that you just gorge up.  I've seen some people come out of these rental places, with about ten movies for the weekend.  Each one is downloading you with something, but they're all desensitizing you, as well.  Until a feast fest of violence is normal, with blood and guts all over the place.  There's been so many movies that came out over the years, where you see the heroes, generally working for the White House, having to shoot people in the leg or something to get them to talk, to save some bomb from going off.  That's how they introduced the idea into you, into your mind.  Now it's common fare as I say. 

 

Children are brought up with this.  Children are brought up right now, who will think it's normal to go through checkpoints, because they did it all at school.  They'd been trained for their future.  Nothing is happening by chance, nothing.  Whatever happens today, was planned fifty, a hundred years ago.  Because they must train us intergenerationally for the changes that each generation are expected to go through, because they're planned to go through. 

 

Since 2001, the children have gone through school getting patted down, going through metal detector units, thinking terrorism is all normal.  And they're also wanting to train those youngsters to fight terrorism, as well.  Quite something, eh.  Quite something.  Do you see how they do it?  Do you see how it's all done?  Julian Huxley mentioned, and what a sweetheart he was, this weirdo, as all of his kin were by the way, but he set up UNESCO, for the United Nations to create a common culture for the children.  He also says it would be good to bring something in, something akin to the Boy Scouts he says.  He admired this militarization of young people in uniform across the world.  Many of the big boys did, because you see, they're all part of the Fabian organization to bring in a world run by experts, and they knew they'd have backlashes from the general public, who would not like their way of life being totally taken over and disrupted.  And they wouldn't like being bossed around, so they had to make sure a tough generation would be in uniform for that era, to do all the kicking around.  That's why they gave them video games for twenty years, and those guys go right up there into uniform.  Who are the heroes in these young people's eyes?  The ones who win, the winners are the heroes.  Who are the winners?  The winners wear the black gear, and have the guns, and the badges, and the shoulder patches.  They work for Big Brother, the boss.  They're a fraternity, a fraternity.  That's what the creator of the Boy Scouts said they would be, a fraternity, bonded together. 

 

Mr Baden-Powell, Lord Baden-Powell, who saw this rising army across the world, that would lead it into globalism, and where else does this originate but Great Britain of course.  Baden-Powell went to Oxford, where all the guys from Oxford were being trained into this global world system that they had started to create, and that the U.S. was to take over and complete.  Baden-Powell loved uniforms.  He loved Mussolini, because Mussolini, being Italian, had a very good, fitted uniform, and he loved other fascists as well.  And how does this tie in to the Boy Scouts of today?  Well, it really does tie in, because I'll read an article about this, when I come back from these messages.

 

I'm Alan Watt, and we're Cutting Through the Matrix.  Talking about how things are laid well in advance, well in advance, by those who are planning fifty-year plans, and one-hundred-year plans, and a hundred-and-fifty-year plans.  You'll find those same plans within different organizations at the United Nations, that's how they set their plans out.  That's how the Soviet system set out their agenda, five, ten, fifteen, twenty, fifty-year plans.  The Fabian Society does the same thing, a hundred to a hundred and fifty years ahead.  I read an article the other day where Newt Gingrich and others talked about their particular way of bringing a new type of democracy, a predictive type of democracy.  In other words, the one they would make come in, although we're now living in a post-democratic era.  That's been used all over in the big think tanks, at the moment.  We're being governed by governance, this vague governance idea.  Getting back to how they set up the Boy Scouts, and Baden-Powell, all these Prussian extracted people that live in Britain, all royalty, have great plans for the world, fantastic plans for the world.  And he thought that a uniformed youth was wonderful to have, wonderful.  This is even from wikipedia.  This is not a lot, but I have other stuff on him too, in books, old books here.  He was quite the sweetheart, again, this character.  It says here, he thought Hitler was great, Adolf Hitler.  Isn't it amazing that so many of the people that people today think are wonderful, because of the little bit of propaganda they get, not the rest. Like Margaret Sanger, the one who loved Adolf Hitler and his eugenics policies, who became the champion for the family planning association.  She called children weeds.  Weeds.  And she's now a heroine to all these ultra feminists.  Getting back to Powell, he loved Adolf Hitler.  And it says here from his own diaries, it says:

 

"Lay up all day. Read Mein Kampf. (A: That was Hitler's book) A wonderful book, with good ideas on education, health, propaganda, organization etc.

 

He also admired Benito Mussolini, and some early Scouting badges had a swastika symbol on them.

 

Did you know that?  The early ones had a swastika on them.  Did you know that Mr Rockefeller's club, one of his clubs that he belongs to, the theosophical society, also has a swastika on them?  So here's the guy who wanted everyone in uniform, and of course Julian Huxley and all the rest of them thought that was a swell idea.  All the world's youth should be in uniform, because they're going to use the youth to change the world.  They did that in China, during the Cultural Revolution, when they indoctrinated them further into the concepts of communism.  And further than parents had gone, and they basically turned on their parents and killed a lot of them, because they were contaminated with the memories of another way of living, a pre-communistic way of living.  Contaminated is the term they use.  So here is an article from the New York Times.  And it says here:

 

Scouts Train to Fight Terrorists, and More

 

(A: I like the "and more" part.  And there is a bunch of these young children, with their flack gear on, and all this stuff you see the SWAT guys having, with their little practice guns or real ones, that they have there, or even pellet guns, who knows.  But they look like the real thing, you see.  And these are blank slates, these brains.  They're blank slates, remember.  People should look into the movie called, The Ogre, by Malchovich, John Malchovich.  Excellent movie to see, to see how this is done.  Well worth seeing.  Back to this article published, May 13th, 2009.)

 

IMPERIAL, Calif. — Ten minutes into arrant mayhem in this town near the Mexican border, (A: And this is a practice, right) and the gunman, a disgruntled Iraq war veteran,… (A: Isn't that interesting, they pick, I said they would do this, war veterans; they did that from the Vietnam War onwards.) …a disgruntled Iraq war veteran, has already taken out two people, one slumped in his desk, the other covered in blood on the floor.

 

The responding officers — eight teenage boys and girls, the youngest 14 — face tripwire, a thin cloud of poisonous gas and loud shots — BAM! BAM! — fired from behind a flimsy wall. They move quickly, pellet guns drawn and masks affixed.  (A: They all wear their face masks, just like the bandits do on television, that are the cops.)

 

United States Border Patrol! Put your hands up!” screams one in a voice cracking with adolescent determination as the suspect is subdued.

 

It is all quite a step up from the square knot.

 

The Explorers program, a coeducational affiliate of the Boy Scouts of America that began 60 years ago, is training thousands of young people in skills used to confront terrorism, illegal immigration and escalating border violence — an intense ratcheting up of one of the group’s longtime missions (A: Did you know that?) to prepare youths for more traditional jobs as police officers and firefighters.  (A: They're militarized, that's what it is.  It says:)

 

This is about being a true-blooded American guy and girl,” (A: I like even that part.  The girls are just as bloodthirsty as the guys.  We saw that in Guantanamo Bay.  I'll be back with more after these messages.) 

 

I'm Alan Watt, and this is Cutting Through the Matrix, going through an article from the New York Times, where the Boy Scouts are being militarized, maybe for their real job.  They've been on the simmer for an awful long time.  But that's nothing, a hundred years almost is nothing for those that set up the world and where it's supposed to go.  Where they want children to spy upon people, and play detective, and turn parents in and all the rest of it.  All the other things we've seen applied by the same techniques, down through history.  And this Rah-Rah article, and that's what it is.  It's a handout, Rah-rah, cheer, cheer, article to throw you right off guard.  Actually, it's almost like the sort of thing you'd read in the Reader's Digest.  It's a handout promotion actually, P.R., a good P.R. for them.  And it says:

 

This is about being a true-blooded American guy and girl,” said A. J. Lowenthal, a sheriff’s deputy here in Imperial County, whose life clock, he says, is set around the Explorers events he helps run. “It fits right in with the honor and bravery of the Boy Scouts.”

 

The training, which leaders say is not intended to be applied outside the simulated Explorer setting, can involve chasing down illegal border crossers as well as more dangerous situations that include facing down terrorists and taking out “active shooters,” (A: Taking out is the expression they use.  Taking them out.  Don't kill them, they're just taking them out.) like those who bring gunfire and death to college campuses. (A: You know, all those ones who are specially picked by certain psychiatrists, brainwashed for a while, given certain drugs, and always end up killing themselves at the end.  You know, the Manchurian Candidates.)  In a simulation here of a raid on a marijuana field, several Explorers were instructed on how to quiet an obstreperous lookout.

 

Put him on his face and put a knee in his back,” a Border Patrol agent explained. “I guarantee that he’ll shut up.” (A: This guy should be employed at Guantanamo, maybe he will be.)

 

One participant, Felix Arce, (A: That's a good name.), 16, said he liked “the discipline of the program,” which was something he said his life was lacking. (A: No kidding.) “I want to be a lawyer, and this teaches you about how crimes are committed,” he said.  (A: Well, he won't understand he's on the side of those that commit them.)

 

Cathy Noriega, also 16, said she was attracted by the guns. (A: Oh, oh sweet.) The group uses compressed-air guns — known as airsoft guns, which fire tiny plastic pellets — in the training exercises, and sometimes they shoot real guns on a closed range.

 

I like shooting them,” Cathy said. “I like the sound they make. It gets me excited.” (A: There's another sadomasochist.  They'll definitely get her over in Iraq, no doubt.  She can pull around some naked prisoners.)

 

If there are critics of the content or purpose of the law enforcement training, they have not made themselves known to the Explorers’ national organization in Irving, Tex., or to the volunteers here on the ground, national officials and local leaders said. That said, the Explorers have faced problems over the years. There have been numerous cases over the last three decades in which police officers supervising Explorers have been charged, in civil and criminal cases, with sexually abusing them. (A: Well, you've got to get a bit of sexual abuse in when you're turning out little psychopaths that are going to end up in uniform, and go off to torture people.  It's all part of it, you see.)

 

(A: And don't worry, because shortly, because the European Union and others, and Germany is leading the forefront, intergenerational sex is going to be okay, pedophilia will be fine.)  Several years ago, two University of Nebraska criminal justice professors published a study that found at least a dozen cases of sexual abuse involving police officers over the last decade. 

 

(A: No kidding, no kidding.  You ever wonder about what kind of personality wants to become a police officer these days?  That tells you all you need to know.  Guys who like to push people around, likes to see the public squirm when they stare at them.  They love the power.  They love chasing the public.  Because they're allowed to be predators on the public, on the motorways and highways.  The public are their quarry, they think it's fun.)

 

Adult Explorer leaders are now required to take an online training program on sexual misconduct.

 

Many law enforcement officials, particularly those who work for the rapidly growing Border Patrol, part of the Homeland Security Department, have helped shape the program’s focus and see it as preparing the Explorers as potential employees. (A: Like school to work, eh.  School to work, there you go.  Oh, boy.  These people have no idea who they are.  Never mind what's right and wrong, or have any moral judgments on anything.  Ideal recruits.  No wisdom you see.) The Explorer posts are attached to various agencies, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation and local police and fire departments, that sponsor them much the way churches sponsor Boy Scout troops.

 

Our end goal is to create more agents,” said April McKee, a senior Border Patrol agent and mentor at the session here.

 

(A: This has been going since 1998, it says, and it's run) by an affiliate of the Boy Scouts called Learning for Life, which offers 12 career-related programs, including those focused on aviation, medicine and the sciences.

 

But the more than 2,000 law enforcement posts across the country are the Explorers’ most popular, accounting for 35,000 of the group’s 145,000 members, said John Anthony, national director of Learning for Life.

 

Learning for Life, isn't that a sweet name for it.  It's so Orwellian isn't it?  They'll probably take you in to put the knee on the back, like the guy said there into the Ministry of Love, right out of George Orwell.  And speaking about this too, this very topic, as I say, Obama, doing the usual politician's about-face, is re-opening the torture cells.  And there's a very, very good video up there, I'm going to put the link on cuttingthroughthematrix.com website, for you to see, as with these other links at the end of the show.  And this one here, is how they're militarizing the youth, and the Ghosts of Abu Ghraib.  Excellent video that shows you what really happens there.  It happens through them all by the way, it even goes into Guantanamo as well, shows you these guys getting carried out in stretchers.  It shows the politicians lying their faces off, saying there was no torture involved, but that's nothing new.  You still vote for them.  And there's Brigadier Generals, talking about the fact that 85% of all inmates were just at the wrong place at the wrong time, and knew nothing about anything.  But that didn't stop them from getting tortured.  That's the wonderful America, that wonderful part of it, that Obama is saying they can't release to the general public all the other information that's come out in the last little while. 

 

Do you realize this is all been done to come home to you?  Because, you see, everything that goes against the New World Order, and that will effect you when they move you out of your house, and that will come one day, and you will be the terrorist because you will not obey.  All through their writings now, they have the word compliance, compliance, compliance, and non-compliance, and how to deal with the non-compliant.  And guess who is going to be doing the forcing, or maybe the shooting of you?  These same little gooks there I've just been reading about, in a couple of years, because the military said, there's going to be nothing but riots as they bring down the whole New World Order, round about your ears, and they see thirty years of rioting, worldwide, starting in about a year's time.  And they're all prepared for it, because they planned this a long, long time ago.  Now we'll go, there's Zee from New York there, are you there Zee, on the phones.

 

Zee: Hey, Alan can you hear me?

 

Alan: Yes, I can.

 

Zee: Hey, how are you man?

 

Alan: Not bad. 

 

Zee: Well, hang in there man.  I was kind of reading and laughing at that article that you were just reading about, the kid soldiers, basically that are going to execute operations.  And the image from that article just says it all, from a low angle looking up, and there's like a light behind them above their heads, you know.  It's a great propaganda piece, I've got to agree with you, man.

 

Alan: Can you imagine if that was you on the floor looking up at these children, with their guns and stuff?  Can you imagine trying to reason with them?

 

Zee: Yeah, exactly.  They think they're in the right, and they're propagandized that way, and they'll just....But listen, I wanted to bring a question up to you if I can, kind of off subject.  I was reading Science Wired, in Science, right, and they mentioned a new peer reviewed, at least a paper in Nature, called Synthesis of activated pyrimidine ribonucleotides in prebiotically plausible conditions.  And it talks basically about how they created those ribonucleotides in lab, just by mixing random, well, lots of random chemicals.  What did you think about that?  Did you hear about that?

 

Alan: I've seen an article a while ago about the same thing.

 

Zee: Well, I just figure, I just recently noticed that, and it's interesting, because I just kind of always keep thinking about evolution and where we came from, you know.  And this article seems to be, if it's correct, a great, or hard difficult shot for Darwin.  I mean, this is sort of evidence of plausible evolution from nothing.  What do you think of that?

 

Alan: Well, apparently it didn't create anything though.

 

Zee: It creates this, exactly, exactly.  It didn't really create anything, he created you know these ribonucleotides, which are part of DNA, I guess.

 

Alan: Even Darwin had to admit himself, that with all the theories that his grandfather, you see it was all his grandfather that wrote it, and another guy, Wallace, the whole stuff on evolution, he said, if you threw away all the terminology, and the thousands and thousands of details on physiology and anatomy of these creatures in a room, he says you couldn't come out with a complete human being.  He says, it's impossible.  In other words, he said, it was still a miracle that anything lived at all, because you see everything is interdependent as it is already with the air with plants with the animals, insects, etc, all living at once.  Everything needs the other, and therefore nothing really came first as such, because everything is dependent on everything else, just simply being there all at once, strangely enough. 

 

Zee: Yeah, I find this article interesting, and it might come up again in the future, who knows.  But you do a great job, Alan thank you so much, I'll let you guys be.  Thank you, bye. 

 

Alan: Thanks for calling.  They put the electric shocks above this mixture in a tank, and nothing really happened, so nothing came out of it.  And we didn't even get a lizard or a reptile swimming about, or a fish or anything.  But it's so wonderful, this whole theory, that really is a religion, a true religion.  Rather than just say we don't know.  We don't know, and just put it in the pigeon hole with a question mark, and let it be.  But you see, there's so much riding to do with their eugenics program on this belief in evolution, that they can't let go of it.  They'll never let go of it.  Like any fanatical religion, they'll never let go of it, because their whole future, and what they plan to do with us, and categorize us – they've already done it by the way, if they have your DNA, according to superior, mediocre, inferior, and so on types – depends on this belief in evolution.  Now we'll go to Steve in Indiana.  Are you there Steve?

 

Steve: Alan, it's a pleasure.

 

Alan: Yes.

 

Steve: Earlier in the show, you made a statement about in China, which the children eventually began to murder their parents?

 

Alan: It was the Cultural Revolution.  They did a few documentaries on it, they released them only recently of course, and you actually see the teenagers in the streets, hauling the older people through the streets, claiming they were still contaminated from the Old Way with memories of a previous capitalist way of life. 

 

Steve: Well, I was wondering how long ago, like that was, because, from what I know, and what we have to go by the information that's put out there, they still have more then a billion people? 

 

Alan: Yes, but we'll never be told how many they killed you know. 

 

Steve: Right.

 

Alan: It was the same with the Soviet Union.  I mean in the Soviet Union, I think the Soviet Union have admitted to 85 million people they executed and disposed of, although outside sources say it's more like 300 million people over the years.

 

Steve: Because I would think by now their population would be declining faster, because like you said, they're the test or the model country for everybody to follow.  I thought they would be less in population than they are now, that we know of.

 

Alan: What they do have definitely is with this one child per family policy, they are rigorously enforcing it.  And even the military, that military think tank for the US that came out after the British one, said that they expect at the present rate of decline in China, because there's such a big population, the real results will be seen in 2050, when they'll drop drastically.  You see, if you only have one child, per family, so out of two parents comes one, so technically, you can half it in a generation if you want to and you stick to that policy.  You can half the population rate, plus there's way more boys getting born than girls, and so they'll be wifeless as well.  So they've got it all figured out how they're bringing the population down there, and now of course, I've read articles where they're dying of all kinds of things in the industrial areas, and hormonal problems, just like the West, all kinds of cancers, so they are starting to come down pretty quick.

 

Steve: Yeah, yeah.  The other thing I have noticed for quite a long time, at least the past 25 years and it seems to be going into a higher gear now is a class warfare that we have down here in the States.  Because a lot of people that I do talk to, you know, they're finally getting the chop with their employment, it's just, it's worse than cancer.  And the attitude with people that have been somewhere for say 20, 30 years, they just don't care.  They're so apathetic.  And that goes exactly with what you say, and it all fits perfectly together.  Getting the picture of the really big puzzle takes a lot of time and effort mentally to understand it, I've noticed.

 

Alan: Oh yeah, and don't forget, as I say, these guys are long-term planners, intergenerational strategists.  When you find that Lord Bertrand Russell said back in the 40s and 50s he said, what we shall have to create during this condition of changeover into the New World Order, is overwhelming government, heavy bureaucracy, to create a feeling of apathy amongst the people, because when they're apathetic, they allow themselves to be pushed around, basically.

 

Steve: Yeah, yeah.  See, one example today, was I was listening to a guy who was laid off three or four months ago, and you know, he's unable to find employment, and on amateur radio he was talking to a couple of the retired people, and they're just, they're so apathetic.  They're like, well, I hope everything turns around for you.  And that's the only comment that they have.  Nobody wants to help anybody. 

 

Alan: They don't.  They don't and all they're all kind of scared of hanging on to the jobs they have themselves.  In fact they actually don't want competition.

 

Steve: Okay Alan, I'll let you go for now, thanks a lot.

 

Alan: Thanks for calling.  I'll be back with more after this break.

 

I'm Alan Watt, and we're Cutting Through the Matrix, and we've got time to fit Chris from Houston on the line.  Are you there Chris?

 

Chris: Alan?  How you doing?  Can you hear me?

 

Alan: Yes, I can.

 

Chris: Oh hi, how you doing.  A pleasure to speak with you finally.  My father turned me on to you about two years ago, and so I've been listening to you since then.  I'm currently a college student down here in Houston.  Currently what I wanted to speak to you about was basically language.  When I was about eleven years old my dad told me the whole allegory of the cave, and you know that was kind of like what spurred me in all my investigations from that point forward.  My kind of question, comment, has been that I find more and more, I'd say the past five years or so, the more people that you speak with, in relation to how they speak back with you, you get more of the parroting has become a lot more prevalent now. You don't, you can't necessarily have, I guess you could say, a conversation anymore.  There's no investigation that happens between two people.  There's, I guess you could say, you can't ascertain truth between two people.  It's almost as if that faculty has been taken away from us.

 

Alan: You're right.  It's almost like everyone's acting towards everyone else on a very superficial level, and all they're doing is replying with standard quotes that everyone would use.  It's as though they're simply passing time, and acting with conditioned responses.  They have no inquiry into any deeper understanding, or wish to go into a deeper understanding of any particular topic.  If you do try to go deeper than the mainstream media on anything, you'll lose them, and they'll switch off from you immediately, and that's true. 

 

Chris: Yeah, it's been a, it's so almost like group-speak in a sense.  Like this group idea of how we have to kind of forward our dialect between each other.

 

Alan: That's right.

 

Chris: Another thing that I kind of wanted to go over with.  Within my college lately, some of the classes that I've had, I've had a lot of returning vets that have come back from the war, and now they're starting their college back up.  And some of them had gone to college before, so they had credits, and they've jumped into classes.  And a lot of my buddies have come back too.  As a matter of fact, I had one of my friends who just came back and he was actually in Falluja, you know the really bad battle, he was a marine.  And you know, I get this, from each person in these classes, when I speak to these people, it's as if, and you've spoken about this so many times, when you speak with them there's almost like a blank stare that happens in their face, when you talk about something.  And whether it's about seeing a dead person, or talking about happenings that are going on, at once you can see the detachment, not only in their voice or emotion, but you can see it physically within their body.  And you know, it's been one of those things where it's very disturbing, I guess you could say, and it continues to be, definitely. 

 

Alan: Yes.

 

Chris: I just wanted to tell you definitely, thank you, I mean I've listened to you again, for two years now, and a lot of that stuff, the Bernays and things like that, and investigations into other stuff especially has definitely opened up a lot.  Me and my father, we were pretty active when the war started, you know, getting out there, and that was really my first introduction in to kind of politics and stuff.  But it was funny, because I remember seeing it on such a micro-level, but I never saw the big picture, and once you step back, it's, I mean, it's almost overwhelming in a sense, completely. 

 

Alan: That's right.  A lot of people can't handle it, because it is so overwhelming, but you're right, it's everything.  It's everything around you.

 

Chris: Absolutely, I mean we, and another thing, we got into these groups, and it's funny, because I remember, I've listened to you a lot about, on the issue of disinformationists in a sense, these people who are led to kind of take you away, so that way you're not necessarily, your energies are still in the wrong place, so you don't understand more than you should, you know.

 

Alan: Well, thanks for calling Chris, that's the music playing.  Call again.  And remember too, to look into that video, that I'll put up on Abu Ghraib, interesting, lots of military people talking about it there.  Shows you how it's done, and how torture is taught to the people, how they're conditioned.  From Hamish and myself, in Ontario Canada, it's Good Night, and may your god or your gods go with you.

 

 

Topics of show covered in following links:

"Obama restarting Guantanamo" (timesonline.co.uk) - May 15, 2009.

"Robert Baden-Powell, 1st Baron Baden-Powell" (wikipedia.org).

"Scouts Train to Fight Terrorists, and More" [Explorer-Scouts Train in Post-9/11 Law Enforcement Methods] (nytimes.com) - May 14, 2009.

Video: "GHOSTS OF ABU GHRAIB".