July 20th, 2009 (#367)
Alan Watt "Cutting Through The Matrix" LIVE on RBN:
Poem Copyright Alan Watt July 20th, 2009:
Fear-Mongering No Error from Masters of Terror:
Coming Down the Pike,
According to Media, Our Guiding Light,
Terrorism, Dirty-Bombs, Plagues, Recession,
Those Who Cry 'Wolf' Give Us Depression,
They've Always been Wrong but Never Admit it,
Counting On a Public Who Always Forget it,
To be in Control of Each Person's Brain,
According to Bernays, the Mob You Train,
Huxley et al Knew with Sure Certitude
They'd Train a World into Servitude,
To be Taxed for Goods, Eating and Drinking,
A Few will be Taxed for Even Thinking,
Taxed for Living, Existing and Breathing,
Taxed into Servitude, No Signs of it Easing,
Crammed into Cities Where We Die Off, All Neat,
Admiring the Planners Who Don't Miss a Beat"
© Alan Watt July 20th, 2009
Poem & Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - July 20th, 2009 (Exempting Music, Literary Quotes, and Callers' Comments)
Hi folks, I am Alan Watt, and this is Cutting Through the Matrix on the 20th of July, 2009. There's always newcomers looking into the show, so I advise them to go into cuttingthroughthematrix.com website, where you can download hundreds of talks I've given before, where I try to give you the shortcuts to the big picture of the system in which we live. It's an organized system outside of politics that really runs the world, and guides us as to where we're going. So you can download these for free, and you can also look at the other sites, bookmark them for future use, in case any of the big sites go down, once more, and you'll go to cuttingthrough.jenkness.com, very dependable site, that's j-e-n-k-e-s-s, cuttingthrough.jenkness.com, there's also cuttingthroughthematrix.net, .us, .ca, and there's alanwattcuttingthroughthematrix.ca, plus there's alanwattsentientsentinel.eu, which is a European site, and that also has all the audios of the talks, but it has on top of that, transcripts which you can download for print-up, written in the various languages of Europe. And lots of people do prefer to read, and I don't blame them. You can remember things much, much easier when you read, and you're not reading off the net either if you print things up. It stays in your mind, when you read off paper. Remember too, that you keep me going, with your orders for the books etc, that I have for sale, on the website. Or you can go into the website, and see the paypal button to donate if you wish, that helps delay or affray some of the costs that get put upon me for doing all this stuff. And remember too that personal checks are fine from the U.S. to Canada. You can also use Western Union outside the country if you want, or Money Gram even, and some people, who are innovative, just send cash. That saves everyone dollars in the end because the banks are making enough money off things as it is, on both ends of transactions. And who wants to help them after all the rip-offs recently. And for those that simply get discs burned and given to them so they can play on their players at home, CD players, you can write to me [listed above].
As I said at the start, you know that the big system outside of politics is very important to understand. Politics really is just the launching pad for the public, where laws are mandated, and we're told childish stories as to why they're put into force. And politicians are really an awful bunch of lesser psychopaths. It attracts them like a magnet. And they start off working for charities in your area, that's how they get into politics. Then there's always a wise man as they call them, at the head of the table in these charitable organizations. He also belongs to all the lodges, and if you keep attending, and do what he says, and eventually get invited out for a game of golf maybe, that's where real decisions are made, then he'll put you forward as some sort of candidate, and give you some kind of backing for local politics. And they have no interest whatsoever in charities. Some of you should join these organizations for charities and you'll see them for yourself. You'll see them come in with their briefcases, and their tweed suits on, and they all want to be politicians, but they have to go through this apprenticeship first. See how it's done. And eat very well, big cakes and stuff they have for all these little talks that they have as they discuss charitable works. Back with more after these messages.
Hi folks, I'm Alan Watt and we're Cutting Through the Matrix. I just mentioned there how people get into politics at the bottom levels. Not the ones who are promoted from a bit higher, but most folk at the bottom start off in charitable organizations, that are really set up by those who run their local towns. If you want to know who they are, you'll see them under charitable or philanthropic organizations, and a big billboard outside each town. You'll see all their symbols there, and the clubs that they belong to. That tells you who runs everything in the town. And all the societies and agencies and councils etc. Therefore they also run the charitable institutions, and there's a wise man, an older guy, always at the end of the table that runs the show, and the charities, generally, if you ever go there, you'll wonder what they're doing, because they never do anything really, except eat, because they've got a budget from all the incoming charitable money and so on. And they eat awfully well, but they don't really do much as far as the charities go. Look into it yourself, and even join them. You'll see this happening, and you'll see the type that come in, they're actually trying to get a résumé set up, to go from one organization to another that's in charitable works to get into the lower echelons of politics. And they have no interest whatsoever in poor, suffering, or homeless people. None whatsoever, fascinating. But it's a great shield, a great shield. Charities are a fantastic shield for the big foundations to hide behind as they mandate the future for the public.
The parallel government, the parallel government is what Professor Carroll Quigley called it. And he said that the parallel government is unhampered by having to be responsible to the public. They're not responsible to the public, because they're not elected. And they're run by the foundations and funded from a hundred different sources, and other foundations, and they lobby governments, who are only too happy to take the suggestions or demands and put them into law, because the politicians know that that's their job. Listen to these guys, listen to the foundation boys and NGOs, or you're out. That's what the bosses tell them, you see. That's how it's all run. And as far as us voting them in, that's a complete farce. It's just a wrestling show as I say for the public, because you're so ticked off at the last lot that were in, as they tax you into the grave, and go in all kinds of directions they never mention during election time, so you're so sick of them that you vote the next bunch in, and live in hope. We live in hope, you see. That's why it works, and we keep voting. I don't vote. I’ve never voted, I'm proud to say.
And how do they get it across? You see, they have instant access to the media. Who owns the media? well, the big barons who also belong to the high agencies and foundations. Quigley went through this process when he talked about how the barons of the media got together in London, before World War II and decided how they could create massive crisis and terror within the public of Britain to get them ready psychologically, so they'll go towards war with Germany. And he got this from their records by the way, because all were members of the Royal Institute for International Affairs/CFR, Council on Foreign Relations, you see, same organization. And they decided to claim that Hitler was going to gas the whole of Britain, and as I say he's taken this from their own minutes of the meetings, as the official historian of this organization. And they did, they started tearing up trenches all over London, which would’ve been no use at all for anything, but the public didn’t know that. And then they got the king to give a speech to terrify the public about your wearing gas masks. And they showed everybody with the gas mask, knowing that they'd never ever be used. But that was all for preparation to terrify the public, and that's what we have going on today. Crisis after crisis since 2001. Terror, Terror, Terror. Terror from the skies. The climate is changing. Terror from terrorists. Terror from the avian flu that kind of faded away, and terror from the swine flu and just massive. And terror from economic collapse. Everything is terror. This is manufactured by the same guys, working for the same foundations and organizations, CFR, as the ones that terrified the bejesus out of everybody for World War II. Same techniques, you see.
They use environmentalism mainly today. No one votes in these non-governmental organizations, but isn't it strange they always get massive media coverage. These private little so-called charitable groups, massive media coverage. And here's an article about it here, a tongue-in-cheek article, from someone who can still make a joke in the media. And it's from the BBC news. 6th of January, 2006.
Earth is too crowded for Utopia
by Chris Rapley
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. Solving environmental problems such as climate change is going to be impossible without tackling the issue, he says.
(Alan: Now, I've read countless articles from the Optimum Population Trust, another big NGO with official status, even though they're not elected, and non-democratic, and this is just another one of those kind of releases you see, but you see this is from the Montreal summit on the control of carbons emissions. It's called Beyond Kyoto, the big worldwide meeting they had. Montreal is a very popular place for this kind of stuff. Beyond Kyoto. Most folk out there, the general public have no idea what Kyoto even is, because they've never followed anything that matters in their whole life, you see. But beyond Kyoto. I remember the last time they had a meeting, they admitted, they had to issue all these terrifying statements to the public, to terrify the public, to motivate them, and raise public awareness on these issues. So you might say there was a tad exaggeration in everything that they said. Beyond Kyoto. Then this reporter goes on to say, that's a lot of people, you know.
Ten thousand delegates (A: Unelected by the way, by any country, or any people. He says:)
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: In Montreal, you see.)
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?
What about the myriad other planetary-scale human impacts - for example on land cover, the water cycle, the health of ecosystems, and (A: This is Mr Strong's) 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?
All of these effects interconnect and add up to the collective "footprint" of humankind on our planet's life support systems. (A: etc, etc. It says:)
The consequences extend to the ends of the Earth (recall the hole in the ozone layer over the Antarctic) (A: That kind of filled itself up, if it even existed) 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?
It goes on about the annual rise in the population, and all the rest of it, which actually is rubbish, because, really, it's not the first world countries, it's not the Western countries, but in fact the Western countries that the U.N. keeps admitting every year, reluctantly so, the native people are having fewer and fewer children. Many have opted for the last 30-40 years to have none at all. The only reason that the populations go up in the Western World - and there's many articles, I have some here in fact, I was going to read one - is because of immigration. So the same governments, you see, and you've got to think about this. Why would governments for 40 years or 30 years open the doors wide to immigration from the most populous countries in the world? And why would the government then demand that their own people take the blame for overpopulation? See how they do it? And yet from their own census bureaus, they'll tell you that, that the folk that have been there for generations are having fewer and fewer children, or none at all. And their populations are dropping, all the time. And I've said it before, you see, there's no favoritism in this world global system. The people that you think represent you are internationalists. They have to be, to be elected, to even be put forward to be elected. And Quigley said, they always put in members of the CFR at the top of all parties. And it's the same today, with even Obama. Obama is up there on google being asked that question, are you a member of the CFR? And he says, well I've talked there on a few occasions, I don't know if I'm a member or not. Well you see, you're not asked to talk there unless you are a member. They make you a member when you talk, that's the whole point of it. You can't ask to join it. You are requested to join.
So here they are, on about, you know they can't get their utopia in, because the Earth's too crowded, and as they flood their remaining cities, the only cities that never really expand, do you realize that under the various policies that they signed at the United Nations they haven't been expanding suburban areas since the 60s. They made it law in every country, they all signed on a treaty, so they can only build upwards on existing buildings. So knock the old building down, and build a new one. And that gives you an impression that you're absolutely overcrowded, but so does immigration that just floods in, every year. And I've given, I've read articles before from various papers where even people like Maggie Thatcher admitted they had to open the floodgates to Britain for instance, because there weren't enough people having children to pay off the National Debt. That was the excuse. Back with more after these messages.
Hi folks, this is Alan Watt, we're Cutting Through the Matrix. People don't realize how much conditioning they've had, over many, many years towards what's coming down now, the big hype and how we have to change our ways with climate change and you know, eating too much, and too many people, plagues coming. You know we've had hundreds of movies, hundreds of them over the years conditioning us, and we don't realize we've been conditioned through fiction. It gets the idea in your head. Even Soylent Green, really was about overpopulation, where people are stuck and crowded into these big cities and there's a sort of desert out there somewhere. They never tell you why there's a desert out there. There's always a desert out there. And nothing is growing, just sand you see. And people have to eat people eventually. It was from a book called Make Room, Make Room. I've no doubt it was paid for by the big scary guys at the UN, and they do that by the way. They do pick authors through the Futurist Society, and say, look, this is the theme, because we want to scare people. Do it, and write a story around it. A little human interest story, there's a hero and a villain. That's generally what they do. And you get conditioned along that in the meantime. It was back in the 50s I think it was, they show it once in a while in CBC Canada here, late night movies, it's always the same ones over and over. Vincent Price came out in a movie, I think it was called The Last Man, and it was about a plague that broke out, he's a scientist. And it was The Last Man on Earth, it was called, and he was a scientist, and somehow it's always the same, even down to the recent movies that came out in the late 90s and 2000 or so. People get infected, become kind of zombies, and they start killing or going after the people who are uninfected. I don't know why that would happen with a disease, but that's how they showed it. At the same time there were other movies coming out with containing a plague in a village, and how they would do it, right down to having to nuke the place if necessary, which is a strange enough part of NATO's policy if it really got that bad.
We've had conditioning through fiction primarily, but we enjoy fiction and scary stuff. We go on to the next scary movie without thinking. In Star Trek they had it too. In Star Trek, one of the first ones, where Kirk arrives on a planet where it's overpopulated because they've cured all disease, straight out of the Huxley scenario. If we cure diseases, you know, there'd be too many people. Well, too many of the wrong sorts of people. And that's what they had in the Star Trek one, so Kirk goes there, and again there's a little romantic thing with a girl from the planet who was sent there to become infected, hopefully, that was the idea, from Kirk, who brought Earth viruses with him. And they were just so grateful to be infected and to start to be killed and die. So grateful they were. This is what they call raising public consciousness. I would add through deception, through fiction you see. So many of the stuff, and back in the 90s we had Outbreak, with Dustin Hoffman, and a whole host of them. And right through the Bush Era, and we're dealing with Terrorism everywhere, and they coupled that with outbreaks of manmade disease as well. There's one awful one made, that's called Right at Your Door, to get you all ready for what to expect, when they say, Oh My God! Quarantine, Quarantine, Right at your door. Awful, terrible movie, as they all are. But this is the technique as I say that the Royal Institute for International Affairs-CFR media barons did to set up World War II. Oh you're all going to get gassed to death at any minute. So much so, that they even advised that the people of London send their children out around the country. They evacuated all these children, knowing darn well, knowing darn well, and from other places too, that never even got bombed eventually, knowing darn well that there was no gas going to come. Just to terrify the public. Anything. The end justifies the means. And the scarier they can make it, the more convincing, the happier they are, then it's worked obviously.
Interesting too, with the SARS outbreak in Toronto, that kind of fizzled out, when supposedly it was going to kill us all. Just recently I looked at an old video tape of a documentary made by the CBC Canada. And they put a lot of money, mind you, it's our tax money that runs it. A lot of our money into making this thing to terrify us, a sort of docudrama, actors and non-actors working together to do with plague, a coming plague, you see. At that time they were talking about the avian flu, and they said, oh, it might kill millions and millions of people across the world. And millions of Canadians would die too. Then they even had a leader at the U.N. declaring it as though it had actually been declared as now it's epidemic proportions. All these people acting. That fizzled out too. Because there's more folk killed every year from the regular flu then there's ever been killed all these years with the avian flu. And by the way in most of those countries where they say, oh, people died, or are suspected to have died from the avian flu, they actually drink the blood of the chickens, before they cook them, because the blood is a delicacy. Whereas, if you cook the darn things, it kills everything, bacterium or virus. But they don't mention that, because they want you to be terrified, right. Anyway, the avian flu was for the birds, and it kind of flew away. You know. And they came up with the swine flu. And it's rather obvious from everything that they're doing here that they mean business. Not because the swine flu is any problem, but they mean business. There's something going on here, there's something up, and it's a mandate obviously. You don't spend all our tax money, when we're broke supposedly on all this bugaboo stuff that's going to help us, unless there's something planned. Either something going to be released or something else. I'll be back with more after these messages.
Hi folks, this is Alan Watt, we're Cutting Through the Matrix. This article here is from the Kansas City Star, July 17th 2009.
Legal immunity set for swine flu vaccine makers
by Mike Stone, AP Medical Writer
The last time the government embarked on a major vaccine campaign against a new swine flu, thousands filed claims contending they suffered side effects from the shots.
(A: It wasn't just contending. I mean, there were thousands of young people especially who became paralyzed with it, permanently. Others had strokes.)
This time, the government has already taken steps to head that off.
(A: Meaning claiming against them, putting claims against the vaccine makers.)
Vaccine makers and federal officials will be immune from lawsuits
(A: Isn't that wonderful in fascism, eh? It's fascist at the top, communistic at the bottom, for us. Isn't it wonderful how fascism works. They just write a law so you can't do anything as they paralyze you or kill you. And supposedly elected governments do what the vaccine makers want, and don't even listen to the people. But then, what's new, eh?)
Vaccine makers and federal officials will be immune from lawsuits that result from any new swine flu vaccine, under a document signed by Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius, government health officials said Friday.
Since the 1980s, the government has protected vaccine makers against lawsuits over the use of childhood vaccines.
(A: Isn't that wonderful, too.)
Instead, a federal court handles claims and decides who will be paid from a special fund.
The document signed by Sebelius last month grants immunity to those making a swine flu vaccine, under the provisions of a 2006 law for public health emergencies. It allows for a compensation fund, if needed.
The government takes such steps to encourage drug companies to make vaccines, and it's worked. Federal officials have contracted with five manufacturers to make a swine flu vaccine. First identified in April, swine flu has so far caused (A: And then they give the usual spiel, which isn't true) about 263 deaths, according to numbers released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (A: I like the Prevention part, they're controlling it, and preventing it) on Friday.
The CDC said more than 40,000 Americans have had confirmed or probable cases, but those are people who sought health care. It's likely that more than 1 million Americans have been sickened by the flu, many with mild cases.
They're all guessing how many folk have even had this. The swine flu according to those who have had it is so mild they don't even know if they've got a little allergy for runny nose, or it's a mild cold. And it lasts about two days. So why all this hype? Hmmm? Why all this hype? Remember too, to become the killer flu, it would have to alter itself into something that's even more contagious and more deadly. So in other words it would kill a lot more victims. But that doesn't happen. And until you had that particular virus, you wouldn't have supposedly the proper flu vaccine. It's no use giving a different strain of virus; otherwise, since we've all had the flu at some time in our lives, we'd be immune to every strain of flu that came along if that was the case. You see. So why give a mild flu vaccine shot, across whole countries, every country is going to do it, by force and law, if it's not a vaccine against the killer one? Why? Is it just money? Is it just money? People generally fall for this money thing, thinking it's just greed and money. No, the guys at the top have more money then they can handle. But what it can certainly do is give everyone who gets the shot some awful disease, perhaps deadly. And then they can say, well, the vaccine didn't work. You've caught the flu. It's a mutated flu you've caught and you're dying of it. That will cover them, you see, that will cover the fact that it might be the shot that did it. Because all these inoculations are faith based, the nurse or the doctor believes what that vial says on it, and everyone else that takes it, believes the same thing. No one tests it, to see if that's what it's supposed to be. And there's other ingredients that they put in too, that people react severely with. To heighten the blood supply into the infection site, as when they inject it into you. It's meant to attract the blood supply, supposedly under the theory your antibodies will start attacking this thing and produce its own antibodies, that's the theory behind it.
Remember when the AIDS, supposedly the AIDS scare came out, it's still debated what on earth caused it, because the first generation that died off with it, had completely different symptoms than the ones that die now. Regardless, the theory then was, and they kept telling us, they couldn't make a vaccine, because it kept mutating, like all viruses mutate. Well if that's the case, until you have the killer flu, the actual killer on the go, and take that virus that's the killer one, not this one that gives you the sniffles for a couple of days, until you have the killer, you can't get the proper vaccine for it. By their own theories. So what's going on here? Isn't it strange that every country is utterly broke supposedly, after the Great Depression that we just had, and supposedly we're going to feel the full effects of the economic depression, that hasn't hit us yet, in the fall, the late fall, at the same time, supposedly, as they're just absolutely certain this swine flu is going to mutate into a killer. Strange how everything happens. Almost like a script, like in a movie. And how come they got all this dough to throw around at militaries and everything else, when we're all broke supposedly, and they're spending like you wouldn't believe. What's really going on, eh? What's really going on?
At the same time as this is happening, the U.K. in Britain is to spend a hundred million pounds. It's like 200 million dollars. There's an article I read, about a month or two ago, it said Britain, the last budget they made in Britain was in excess of the combined budgets and debts that Britain had ever had in their entire history. In other words, totally bankrupt. But here they are spending the taxpayers' money on 100 million pounds, or 200 million dollars, on supporting genetically modified crops for the world's poor they say. What a lot of bunkum. For the world's poor. It says:
White paper shows government plans major rise in investment in research, as report calls for moratorium and questions approach.
(A: Why are we funding private companies like Monsanto, etc.? Why is this a mandate as well? It's a mandate obviously. And I said that years ago. This is a mandate, nothing's going to stop it. We'll all be eating the modified food. What on earth is in all that? Why is everybody dying of cancers nowadays? Well, is it because these new GM veggies are absolutely soaked in pesticides, deadly pesticides perhaps? It's through every cell in the plant. And since we're not used to it you see, nature hasn't equipped us to excrete this stuff and deal with it, or neutralize it, then we have cellular alterations called cancers, breaking out all over. They know this at the top, but it's a must-be. Mind you at the top, they're not eating this stuff. They don't eat this stuff. Even Monsanto's own laboratory staff, the major one in the States, and I read the article from the newspaper, they told their catering company not to use modified food for their staff. They won't eat it. What are they really modifying it to? Why all this work towards replacing genes and splicing hundreds of genes for one leek, or one carrot? Why? So Britain's planning to spend up to:)
Britain is planning to quietly spend up to £100m on support for genetically modified crops for the world's poor despite not having allowed any of the controversial foods to be grown commercially at home.
And that's nonsense too. Because when you go into, and I have all the data here, you know even your cheese has it in it. How they got round all of this in Europe and elsewhere, was to admit there's GM things in the foods, but the GM food itself is not GM. It's like the stuff they use to solidify cheese. Generally they use a product from animals. Now they admit, no, they've been using for years a genetically modified stuff. So that's in that. Pretty well everything has got GM something in it. See? And they can still label it GM free because the product itself, the actual item, is not completely GM. The things that go into making it can be. So they're doing that.
As they're doing that for the future, it's a must-be, as I say, that we all eat this stuff. Here's an article from Guardian.co.uk:
Farmers show little appetite for anti-meat campaigns
(A: Now I've talked before how they're bringing in a vegetarian world. It's a must-be. You will be off meat, believe you me. And you will be punished as you buy meat through carbon taxes. They're actually going to do that by the way. It says:)
Are campaigns such as Meat Free Monday wrongly vilifying farmers and meat eaters, or could we all do with a little less meat in our diet?
Will you be eating meat today? If so, you will be pleasing Rees Roberts, the chairman of Meat Promotion Wales, who said this weekend at the Royal Welsh Show in Powys that campaigns such as Meat Free Monday portray farmers and meat eaters as people who do not care about the environment.
(A: And all of these NGOs remember, are funded by the big foundations. It says:)
Last month, Sir Paul McCartney launched his Meat Free Monday campaign to try and show "what we can do to make a meaningful contribution to a cleaner, more sustainable, healthier world".
(A: Oh, yeah. Oooh. Makes you go green, doesn't it. You want to throw up.)
The former Beatle said:
Having one designated meat-free day a week is actually a meaningful change that everyone can make, that goes to the heart of several important political, environmental and ethical issues all at once.
But Roberts is having none of it. He is quoted by the BBC as saying:
We've had celebrities calling for meat-free Mondays and even a town in Belgium trying to ban meat one day a week. The more extreme elements go further, accusing livestock farmers and meat eaters of killing the planet and heaping all the woes of climate change onto our shoulders.
And that's true. That's from the big foundations, Rockefeller especially. And then they go on and on about how much energy it takes, it's not energy cost effective to raise beef. We've been doing it for thousands of years, but it's just not cost effective now, you see. Etc, Etc. So that's what they're doing there. And it will be a meat-free, vegetarian world, and we'll be left to eat only their mandated GMO foods as we die off with cancers and all the rest of it. I have no doubt about that, whatsoever.
Before I forget this, there was a good documentary on television last night in Canada, and it goes into again, the food and drug administration for Canada and the States, and how they're only now, through again, people themselves, grassroots people, not organizations, coming forth with all the things that have happened to them with these energy cost efficient bulbs. You know, the twisted ones, that's supposed to be so good for us. The ones that are full of mercury vapor. So don't breathe if it breaks, for God Sake. And the things are giving off so much radiation that people are actually getting UV burns off them. And you'll actually see the photographs of a woman there and she talks on this documentary, a television documentary, of what happened to her. They tell you, oh, now you can't sit any closer then a foot away from this thing. Don't use it in a desk lamp. But it also gives off this sort of EMF power wave from it too. And you've got these guys with these meters that can sense the radiation from it. And they're hundreds of times more dirty energy producing, and that's what they call it, dirty electricity producing, as a field force around it, than ordinary light bulbs, the ones that they're replacing. They actually take up more juice, and omit all this radio frequency outside of it too, that's making people sick.
Go into my site cuttingthroughthematrix.com, all these links will be on the site, and watch this video. Because it's the first one I've seen out there from a mainstream television station doing any in-depth talk about. You'll hear guys who are epidemiologists, and even a neurosurgeon talking about the effects that it has on you, and the patients they deal with because of it. And it was amazing too, because they talked to the minister for all this stuff, in the Canadian government, the politician, and it's all, it's all news to them. Well, how come they passed all this as being safe, if they never tested it in the first place? Quite something.
The Mail Online:
Swine flu a bigger threat to Britain than terrorism, says Alan Johnson
19th July 2009
Swine flu poses a greater threat to Britain than terrorism, Home Secretary Alan Johnson said yesterday.
'We have been preparing for this for a long time,' he told BBC1's Andrew Marr Show.
(A: Now listen to this. They've been preparing for this for a long time. Way before pigs got involved in it, apparently)
'It came above terrorism as a threat to this country, so we had the whole Cobra (A: They're called Cobra, C-O-B-R-A) machinery and inter-agency working. We have gone through simulation exercises where everyone was involved.'
Cobra is the Government's emergency committee that handles major disasters.
(A: Every country in the Western World came out with this same disaster, specialists at the same time in the mid-nineties. They never had them during the whole Cold War, when we're supposedly getting nuked at any time. And after that, we're all going to have peace and quiet in the world. These governments start spending incredible amounts of money on these emergency committees, and headquarters for them, and networks, so they can all communicate with each other, for major disasters. Why now, eh? Well, it's part of the agenda. Without world wars they've got to find a type of war to keep control. They've got to keep the people punch drunk and scared.)
It was reported last night that criminals who have committed minor offenses
(A: Listen to this.)
could be handed fines or cautions rather than appear in court under plans to prevent the Crown Prosecution Service being crippled by swine flu.
(A: So in other words, if there's any kind of flu outbreak, you don't go to court anymore. The cops will be like Judge Dredd, a Good Movie to see, because of all the Predictive programming in there too. Where cops literally are the Judges and the Executioners. And that's what they want by the way. Ireland is already putting that through, that law, that if they even, if anybody even complains that you might be a member of a gang, or associate with anyone that's a gang. Then you can be tried without a jury. So this is another way of doing the same thing. See they want to do away with jury cases and just make it cheaper for them. Go back to the old Justice of the Peace, that sends you off to Australia if you steal a loaf of bread and you're hungry.)
Crimes which would be dealt with in this manner include theft and low-level drug offenses, it was reported last night.
More after this break.
This is Alan Watt, we're Cutting Through the Matrix. Just reading a report from Britain of how the Swine Flu is the greatest threat ever, apparently. And he goes on to talk about the economy and so many, they've already worked it down to statistics, and if so many people sick you see the economy will plummet, exacerbating the economic depression that we're in and all the rest of it. So the economy must keep going at all costs, regardless of who is dying, and many are dying. You see we all exist to serve the economy apparently in this system, until we just exist to serve in the system they're bringing through after all this. And bearing that in mind, that we all exist to save the economy and keep it going. Remember after 9/11 they said, Buy, Buy, Buy, keep the economy going, that was in mainstream. Every country had their prime ministers and presidents saying the same thing. Well, here's the other end of it too. From the same BBC:
Tagging technology to track trash
14 July 2009
Carlo Ratti explains how the tiny tags work
The ebb and flow of thousands of pieces of household rubbish are to be tracked using sophisticated mobile tags.
It is hoped that making people confront the final journey of their waste will make them reduce what they throw away.
(A: Well, we don't ask for all this packaging, do we? It's amazing how the abuser blames the victim. All the time, don't they?)
Initially, 3,000 pieces of rubbish, donated by volunteers, (A: What a messy lot, eh?)will be tagged in New York, Seattle and London.
"Trash is almost an invisible system today," Assaf Biderman, one of the project leaders at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, told BBC News.
(A: Massachusetts Institute of Technology is high up there with CIA and government.)
"You throw something into the garbage and a lot of us forget about it. It gets buried, it gets burned, it gets shipped overseas."
The Trash Track aims to make that process - termed the "removal chain" - more transparent.
(A: Oh, here we go...)
Friends of the Earth's Senior Waste Campaigner Michael Warhurst said the project could be a "useful tool" for highlighting the impact of rubbish.
(A: There's another NGO foundation bunch, Friends of the Earth. You should see some of the statements they've made about people and populations.)
[Waste] doesn't simply disappear when we throw it away, and all too often it ends up causing damage when it could be recycled instead.
And I'll tell you what they're really up to here. You see this carbon tax is to come all the way down, from the big corporations down to you as an individual. And yes you will get carbon bills one day for what you're going to cost them to get rid of that excess packaging, that you didn't ask for in the first place.
They're not going to stop there. They're also going on to water. And they want, this is from the Guardian.co.uk
Food products should carry 'water footprint' information, says report.
(A: Isn't that amazing. So they're going after all your packaging and all the food and all the rest of it and the water content there as well.)
The hidden amounts of water used in manufacturing food and drink products should be made known to customers, according to lobby groups. (A: You see, lobby groups)
Food and drink products should carry a new label to give consumers more information about their "water footprint" (A: There's a carbon footprint and a water footprint now.) – the hidden amount of water used in the manufacturing process – two health and food lobby groups will recommend this week. (A: Will recommend. It's lovely how the media prints it before they've even had the meeting.) the joint report by the Food Ethics Council (FEC) (A: NGO) and the health and food group Sustain.
Guess who they are funded by. And you'll be paying for all of this. And they claim that there's no water, we're running out of water. It's been raining here for June and July every darn day in Canada, same as last year. We're over up to our necks in water, but reality shouldn't change it, should it? Facts don't really count here in a mandate, do they? From Hamish and myself here in Ontario, Canada, it's Good Night, and may your god or your gods go with you. Gurgle, gurgle, gurgle.....
show covered in following links:
"Earth is too crowded for Utopia" by Chris Rapley (news.bbc.co.uk) - Jan. 6, 2006.
"Legal immunity set for swine flu vaccine makers" by Mike Stobbe (at cleveland.com) - July 17, 2009.
"UK to spend £100m on supporting GM crops for world's poor" by John Vidal (guardian.co.uk) - July 19, 2009.
"Farmers show little appetite for anti-meat campaigns" by Leo Hickman (guardian.co.uk) - July 20, 2009.
Video: "Rays of Rash" [Documentary on Hazards of "Enviro-Friendly" Lightbulbs] 16 x 9 - The Bigger Picture (GlobalTV) - Sunday July 19th, 2009.
"Swine flu a bigger threat to Britain than terrorism, says Alan Johnson" (dailymail.co.uk) - July 19, 2009.
"Tagging technology to track trash" by Jonathan Fildes (news.bbc.co.uk) - July 14, 2009.
"Food products should carry 'water footprint' information, says report" by Rebecca Smithers (guardian.co.uk) - July 20, 2009.