Jan. 28, 2010 (#502)
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Poem Copyright Alan Watt Jan. 28, 2010:
Fabians -- Nothing They Won't Try, Your Brain They'll Modify:
"The Fabian's have a Solution to Every
And that's to Train All Society through Behaviour Modification,
With their Psychologists, Sociologists, They will Create
Homo Politicus Correctus, Slave with No Hate,
With Embryonic Gene Replacement, Alteration, Splice,
These Slaves Could Work Efficiently, Always Smiling, Nice,
Won't Need Entertainment, No Wage, Retirement Plan,
That's What they Meant by 'Change is Good' and 'Oh Yes We Can,'
In the Meantime, 'Don't Say That' and Goodness! 'Don't Say This,'
You'll be Tazed, Brain be Hazed, Drugged into Incoherent Bliss"
© Alan Watt Jan. 28, 2010
Poem & Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - Jan. 28, 2010 (Exempting Music, Literary Quotes, and Callers' Comments)
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Hi folks. I am Alan Watt and this is Cutting Through The Matrix. I’ve talked before about politicians – we’ve all talked ad nauseam about politicians – and how, really, studies were done in the past on psychopathic personalities.
They used to think the psychopaths were the lowly street crime type that could see something in a window and they have no tolerance of frustration so they smash the window and steal it. That’s what they used to find very, very often but of course, because psychiatrists themselves tended to come from an upper class, it never dawned on them to look into, is it possible that psychopaths go all the way up into the upper class? Lo and behold, studies were done back in the 60s and the 70s and they were shocked to find there certainly were psychopaths in the upper class, lots and lots and lots of them in fact. They found that many of them went into politics… which shouldn’t surprise us because the psychopath is addicted to power and an easy time of it. He likes conning people. He gets off on the con, manipulating people. In fact that’s the talent of the psychopath. They have no real convictions on anything BUT they become great leaders of convictions when they smell the wind is going off in a certain direction; they pop up all over the place as leaders. The general public never catches on to it, how this personality really, really is.
I can remember when Blair was talking about his time in office and it came up during the interview about Iraq and he says, oh, that hassle, he says and it was missed and just went onto something else. Well that hassle that he pushed so hard for, this one-man band that wanted to go to war with Iraq… who knows how many people were killed. But to him it was, oh, that hassle. Now he’s on to bigger and better things for his career. That’s the average politician, to be honest with you. They are lifelong politicians and they are psychopathic. They have no empathy for others. They are egocentric, the world revolves around them and all they have to do is save their ego. It doesn’t matter what they’ve done or the circumstances they are found in; they will deny everything to save their ego. This article is about the psychopath Blair and it’s from The Herald in Scotland.
Blair ‘selling his soul’ with six-figure speeches deal
(Alan: This is what they do when they come out of politics, they go around and just rake in the cash. A lot of it is paybacks, mind you, for things they did during their time in office. This is a legal way of giving their payback, either through books or whatever, where they are offered millions of pounds or dollars in advance. That’s how you pay them off, you see, and directorships on companies which they don’t even have to attend, and so many shares.)
Blair ‘selling his soul’ with six-figure speeches deal
(A: Personally, I don’t think he’s ever had a soul to sell it. Maybe that’s what a psychopath is.)
Blair is set to receive a six-figure sum for giving a series of talks
ALISON CAMPSIE / 25 Jan 2010 / HeraldScotland.com
Tony Blair is set to receive a six-figure sum for giving a series of talks to a hedge fund (A: Now listen to this…) that reportedly made millions by betting on the collapse of British banks. (A: There’s integrity for you, eh? He’s going to give a series of talks to a hedge fund that reportedly made millions by betting on the collapse of British banks. Of course the taxpayers of Britain had to - and still are and for an awful long time to come - paying back all that stuff that was lost.)
Critics have accused Mr Blair of “selling his soul” after details of his forthcoming private speeches to Lansdowne Partners emerged.
Reports claim that company made £100 million on the demise of Northern Rock and £12m on the fall in value of Barclays by short-selling shares.
Mr Blair, whose “light-touch” regulation of the financial industry is criticised for having aided the credit crunch, (A: It certainly did.) will give four talks on geopolitics to executives at the firm. (A: I guess they teach them how to do it better and getting more money the next time.)
He has become one of the world’s highest-paid public speakers, with a string of engagements organised for him by the Washington Speakers Bureau. The former prime minister can command more than £150,000 for a 90-minute talk.
He is estimated to have earned at least £15m since leaving office, with highly-paid lobbying jobs (A: There you go. You see, lobbying, he knows all the guys in government.) and a £4.5m advance for his memoirs.
(A: Here’s another good part too.) He joined JP Morgan, the third-largest bank in the US, as a senior adviser on global politics with a reported salary of £2m. It is understood Mr Blair will not be taking on a similar role at London-based Lansdowne Partners.
Last night Peter Kilfoyle Labour MP for Liverpool Walton, said: “Blair seems obsessed with making money. (A: Well, he’s a good… he was a Labour man wasn’t he… this rich Oxford boy that all the schmucks voted for thinking he was a Labour man, you know, the workers.) It is not something I would associate with Labour politics, at least not to that degree. It is rather depressing that he seems to sell his soul.”
Mr Kilfoyle said he did not think that Mr Blair’s latest round of money-making activities would surprise many Labour members. (A: Well see, they should understand what Fabians are. Fabians have no problem about getting stinking rich themselves. They’re just obsessed about making everybody else dirt poor and allowing themselves to be bossed by the Fabians… you see. But there’s psychopaths for you.)
Talking about psychopaths, here’s another one here. This one is from Global Business from the New York Times.
At Davos, Sarkozy Calls for Global Finance Rules
By KATRIN BENNHOLD / New York Times / January 28, 2010
DAVOS, Switzerland — France wants to use its presidency of the Group of 20 next year to create a new international monetary system, President Nicolas Sarkozy said on Wednesday, adding that he believed the dollar should no longer be the primary reserve currency in the global economy.
In an expansive and lofty speech to the business and political leaders gathered here at the annual World Economic Forum, Mr. Sarkozy also called for a “revolution” (A: Whenever you hear that word, these guys mean business.) in international regulation that would make labor, health and environmental standards as enforceable as trade rules. (A: We’re really in for it. This is the whole biodiversity stuff here, environmental standards and so on.)
Like Prime Minister Gordon Brown of Britain, (A: Another Fabian.) he backed a tax on financial market transactions. But Mr. Sarkozy, pursuing his call for a more moral form of financial capitalism, suggested the proceeds be used to combat climate change (A: So we’re going to pay through the nose for this nonsense, this rubbish.) and create a World Environment Organization as powerful as the World Trade Organization.
Mr. Sarkozy also took a hard line on bankers’ bonuses, saying that lavish rewards should be denied to those who destroy wealth and jobs. (A: Oh, what a liar this guy is. He’ll never touch his banking pals.)
But before an audience that contained many Americans and many Chinese, his comments on currencies may have had the greatest resonance.
(A: What he says… and I told you at the very beginning they want Bretton Woods Part 2. So this is what he told the Chinese…) “We need a new Bretton Woods,” Mr. Sarkozy told a packed auditorium. “We can’t have on the one hand a multipolar world and on the other a single reserve currency on a global level.”
In a thinly veiled reference to China keeping its currency at an undervalued level, he added: “We cannot on the one hand laud free markets and on the other tolerate monetary dumping.”
During its 2011 presidency of the Group of 8 — the leading Western industrial powers plus Russia — and the wider G-20, which includes several important developing nations, France “will put the reform of the international monetary system on the agenda,” Mr. Sarkozy said.
Remember, I told you before and I read some of the parts from the speech given by the founder, really, the creator of Bretton Woods Part 1, John Maynard Keynes. He said in it – it’s almost like this new world order speech that Bush Sr. gave – WE shall have this system that we’ve DREAMED of for generations, but not in our lifetime. He says, this Bretton Woods agreement is part 1. The rest of this agreement - a whole shake-up and reorganization of financial institutions AND society in general - he says, it won’t happen until the end of the 20th century and into the 21st century. Well, here we are, bang on, and everyone will think this is just coincidence that Sarkozy and others are taking up the cudgel basically, to keep it all going. There is nothing by chance that happens at all. Plans are made by these characters, the organizations they belong to. Some of them are 50-year plans, some are 100 and some are 150, some are 200. That’s what they do; they work steadily, intergenerationally towards it. And WE, who live along with it, adapt to every step never thinking about it.
An article too, on the climategate nonsense, it says here…
University scientists in climategate row hid data
The university embroiled in the 'climategate' scandal refused to make its scientific data available to the public in breach of freedom of information laws, it has emerged.
By Nick Collins / telegraph.co.uk / 28 Jan 2010
John Beddington: the chief scientist says climate change skeptics should not be dismissed.
Scientists had previously conceded that the speed with which glaciers in the Himalayas are melting had been greatly overhyped. (A: Greatly overhyped… I read the article yesterday where it was all bogus.)
In an email, Prof Jones requested that a colleague delete correspondence regarding a report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), published in 2007
The University of East Anglia rejected requests for information relating to claims by academic staff that global warming was being caused by man-made emissions.
The Information Commissioner's office ruled that UEA was in breach of the Freedom of Information Act – an offence which is punishable by an unlimited fine. (A: Back with more after this break.)
Hi folks. This is Alan Watt and we’re Cutting Through The Matrix. In this article it mentions that they can’t prosecute these lying scientists that hid and destroyed data to prove a POLITICAL agenda. That’s what it’s all about, a political agenda and we all know what it is. It was too late, you see, the complaints were made too late. They can’t prosecute after 6 months… after they’ve destroyed data and all that. Now they’re trying to change the laws so’s the next time they lie to us, which is pretty well constantly, they can charge them. But that won’t happen either, so don’t hold your breath.
But it said it was unable to prosecute the people involved because the complaint was made too late.
The ICO wants the law changed so that complaints made more than six months after a breach of the act can still result in prosecutions, it was reported.
On the same topic, this is from the Telegraph.
After Climategate, Pachaurigate (A: Remember Pachauri and his own private company raking in millions of bucks.) and Glaciergate: (A: The dream that somebody made up that they all ran with as though it was fact. Then…) Amazongate
By James Delingpole / January 25th, 2010 / telegraph.co.uk
AGW theory is toast. (A: Man-made warming is toast.) So’s Dr Rajendra Pachauri. So’s the Stern Review. So’s the credibility of the IPCC. But if you think I’m cheered by this you’re very much mistaken. I’m trying to write a Climategate book but the way things are going by the time I’m finished there won’t be anything left to say: the battle will already have been won and the only people left who still believe in Man Made Global Warming will be the eco-loon equivalents of those wartime Japanese soldiers left abandoned and forgotten on remote Pacific atolls.
Here’s the latest development, courtesy of Dr Richard North – and it’s a cracker. It seems that, not content with having lied to us about shrinking glaciers, increasing hurricanes, and rising sea levels, the IPCC’s latest assessment report also told us a complete load of porkies about the danger posed by climate change to the Amazon rainforest.
This is to be found in Chapter 13 of the Working Group II report, the same part of the IPCC fourth assessment report in which the “Glaciergate” claims are made. There, is the startling claim that: (A: Then he gives you it here, what the claim was. Then he shows you how to look through it and see what’s actually there.)
It gets even better. The two expert authors of the WWF (A: World Wildlife Fund.) report so casually cited by the IPCC as part of its, ahem, “robust” “peer-reviewed” process (A: Do you realize that this peer-reviewed process is other SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS that aren’t scientists at all. Prince Phillip is at the head of, I think, the WWF. The only thing that HE is a specialist on is sniffing wines and telling them what they are.) weren’t even Amazon specialists. One, Dr PF Moore, is a policy analyst:
My background and experience around the world has required and developed high-level policy and analytical skills. (A: This is one of the guys that came out with the ‘Amazon is dying’ stuff.) I have a strong understanding of government administration, legislative review, analysis and inquiries generated through involvement in or management of the Australian Regional Forest Agreement process, (A: A lawyer, right.) Parliamentary and Government inquiries, Coronial inquiries and public submissions on water pricing, access and use rights and native vegetation legislation in Australia and fire and natural resources laws, regulations and policies in Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, South Africa and Malaysia. (A: This is the specialist that comes out and tells you the glaciers are melting and the Amazon is disappearing. He’s a lawyer! Then he gives you another one too, another green activist… for the Guardian newspaper that is all for this, by the way.)
And the lead author Andy Rowell is a freelance journalist (for the Guardian, natch) and green activist:
Andy Rowell is a freelance writer and Investigative journalist with over 12 years’ experience on environmental, food, health and globalization issues. Rowell has undertaken cutting-edge investigations for, amongst others, Action on Smoking and Health, (A: Ha, ha… he’s one of these guys who go around dampening the spirits of everybody else.) The Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids, Friends of the Earth (A: That’s the group that wants to depopulate DRASTICALLY. They really hate humanity.), Greenpeace (A: Another… what can you say.), IFAW, the Pan American Health Organization, Project Underground, the World Health Organization, World in Action and WWF. (A: These are all of the PEER-REVIEWED guys, the guys that peer-review all this stuff... the SPECIALISTS, you know. Not one of them is a scientist. They’ve all got political interests. They’re all on board with the same agenda.)
But the IPCC’s shamelessness did not end there. Dr North has searched the WWF’s reports high and low but can find no evidence of a statement to support the IPCC’s claim that “40 per cent” of the Amazon is threatened by climate change. (Logging and farm expansion are a much more plausible threat).
Watts Up With That provides a further, worryingly long list of the non-peer-reviewed papers from the World Wildlife Fund cited as evidence in the IPCC’s Fourth Assessment report. Time, it asks, for the IPCC to be stripped of its Nobel Peace Prize? (A: I’d say.)
We can but dream.
UPDATE: If you want cheering up, I highly recommend this fascinating article about 12 More Glaciers Which Haven’t Heard The News About Global Warming. (A: And you can go into that site too and have a good chuckle.)
Do you realize how they are using fear and crisis and utter LIES to ram-road the world into a new way of living, that’s already pre-planned, not a very pleasant way of living, with government agencies running our lives from birth to death and they’re all working together? All these different, what you think are different, unassociated groups, are all working together on the SAME agenda, HIGHLY FUNDED, HIGHLY, HIGHLY FUNDED by the big foundations and all in coordination with each other by organizational bureaucracies. Amazing isn’t it? Back with more after this break.
Hi folks. I am Alan Watt and this is Cutting Through The Matrix, trying to make sense of all the corruption and the planned corruption, the deceit and the lies that we are fed every day on a MASSIVE SCALE. This is TRUE organized crime, when you understand it. There is nothing more organized on the planet than all of these thousands of groups funded by the foundations, which are simply tax-break outlets for the big international bankers and the richest people on the planet. They run the world. The politicians take money from them certainly, in fact I just call it bribes. If a corporation obviously gives you money to run for office, you’ve got to pay them back somehow; that’s a bribe… that’s obvious to me. Of course, all the nonsense when they say, well, you know, this is with no strings attached is utter… that’s for a different dimensional reality somewhere, but not this one.
You understand, this thing about right-wing and left-wing is just a game that we go through. It’s a dialectic process. True far right-wing organization would end up in utter anarchy because there would be NO government at all. The extreme of right-wing would be no government. The idea of having right-wing at all was supposed to be the least government interference in anything as possible. That’s how it used to be. That was the idea of it. Whereas the Fabianists and the Communists – which are all the same thing really, all funded by the same bankers – want a world run by rules and regulations from top to bottom, just stacks and stacks of rules, laws and regulations. If you’ve ever read the writings of Sydney Webb, who was the writer for the Fabians, he did all the minutes and so on. He worked out all the different rules they should go through, the formulas that bureaucrats now use. You should read his books. It’s better than any sleeping medication. I guarantee you, you will fall asleep; you might have nightmares but you will fall asleep. That’s what the left-wing is all about. A CONTROLLED society by the control freaks and there are lots of them that join it. It had nothing to do with helping the poor. You don’t help the poor by putting everybody in a straightjacket. It’s the same too, with the so-called liberals in the US; it’s the same darn thing.
This is an article from The Telegraph.
Labour invents 33 new crimes every month
(A: The Labour government in Britain right now, which are Fabian. Blair is a Fabian member and so is Brown. Look them up in their Fabian web site and you’ll see it for yourself.)
Labour has introduced 14,300 new offences since taking office in 1997, with Gordon Brown's administration inventing crimes at a rate of more than one a day.
By Nick Collins / Telegraph.co.uk / 23 Jan 2010
Thanks to Labour, it is now illegal to swim in the wreck of the Titanic (A: Isn’t that a fantastic law. Did you know that was on the books?) or to sell game birds killed on a Sunday or Christmas Day – eventualities overlooked by previous governments. (A: Because no one had thought of them.)
Labour has made 4,289 activities illegal since the 1997 election, at a rate of about one a day – twice the speed with which the previous Conservative government created crimes. (A: And they say that crime doesn’t pay. It certainly does for the guys that make them up and draft them up.)
Gordon Brown was the worst offender, with his government inventing 33 new crimes a month. Tony Blair's administration made 27 new offences each month.
Some of the more inventive crimes dreamt up by Labour include "disturbing a pack of eggs when directed not to by an authorised officer" (A: That’s illegal, you understand.) and reporting the door of a merchant ship to be closed and locked when it isn't.
Labour also introduced laws against activities which would already have been covered by previous legislation – such as "causing a nuclear explosion." (A: Just in case anybody had ever thought of it. It’s actually illegal, so now you know.)
Liberal Democrat home office spokesman Chris Huhne, who brought the figures to light, will criticise the government's administrative binge in a speech tonight. (A: I hope you realize that each one of these laws cost thousands and thousands of pounds for the procedures to go through and all the committees involved.)
He will say Labour has spent 12 years "suffering from the most acute and prolonged bout of legislative diarrhoea", calling the rate of 69 new Home Affairs Bills in 12 years "staggering". (A: I’d call it staggering alright.)
That’s something eh? This is how they pass their time up there. It’s all jobs for the boys, mind you, and they have commissions for this kind of thing. Commissions and commissions and commissions… they go on for years. Generally they pick a guy or a judge who can’t sit still on the bench anymore because he’s keeling over because of the booze and give him a commission to look after. He’ll do this commission for a few years and get paid a few million pounds for doing so, per year. Then they write some silly little law into the books. This is how the British Commonwealth works as well.
Britain is in an absolute, utter mess. Here’s the outcome of the Fabian forced, FORCED – I call it forced – multi-culturalism. Remember, the whole idea of the British Empire, because of the Royal Institute of International Affairs and the Council on Foreign Relations, was eventually to bring ALL of those peoples together. They could travel freely to each member state and live there. Well naturally, all the ones from the poor countries want to come to where they think is a richer country and they just flood in. This is why they are flooding in. This is why they are allowed to flood in it. It’s the policy of the government to flood them in, under this plan that was set up over 100 years ago beginning with the Milner Group that merged with the Cecil Rhodes Foundation and became the Royal Institute of International Affairs… a FORCED integration. Not just of one country, but of the world. Not just one Commonwealth group of nations, but the whole world. They said that the British Commonwealth was to be the NUCLEUS for the United Nations to follow for a united world.
Britain, a United Nations of crime: Offenders from 160 countries are in our crowded prisons... one in seven inmates
By James Slack / 27th January 2010 / Mail Online
Labour's (A: This is their government.) open door immigration policy has turned Britain's jails into a 'United Nations of crime' - holding inmates from 160 countries.
The foreign criminals represent one in every seven inmates in our prisons - which are so packed that British convicts are being released early to make space.
They range from murderers and rapists to burglars, paedophiles and drug dealers.
There are only 192 member countries of the United Nations, meaning all bar 32 are represented in the British prison system.
The top ten nationalities of the inmates are Jamaica, Nigeria, the Irish Republic, Vietnam, Poland, China, Somalia, Pakistan, India and Romania.
There is no evidence to suggest that foreign nationals are more likely to commit crime. Rather, the huge number of overseas convicts - 11,546 out of 84,000 people in jail - reflects the large number of immigrants living in the UK.
Tory immigration spokesman Damian Green, who uncovered the figures, said: 'Britain has been reduced to the United Nations of crime. (A: Well, no kidding. Like they didn’t see this coming. Who’s kidding who? Who is kidding who?)
You cannot force people together. The whole idea… and the US used to have that right idea, was the people would trickle in a bit at a time and adapt into the prevailing culture and become American. Now everybody is told to come in and KEEP their culture and you have them all living in different areas. It’s the same in the big cities in Canada. Then you have the inter-racial strife. They’ve already had that in Britain, and roving gangs. It’s the same across France as well, from the riots they had a couple of years ago back there. This is all planned, as I say, 100 years ago. They will use all this mayhem to say, see, none of you can behave; none of you are safe; you’re not safe from each other so we’ve got to put laws on YOU ALL to change the whole way that you live. This is what it’s being used for. Here’s what happened in Britain. This is what happens…
Boy, 13, who raped woman in front of his friends is jailed for just three years... because he said 'sorry'
(A: There’s the new way, you see, I’m sorry. Yeah.)
By Daily Mail Reporter / 26th January 2010
A boy of 13 who overpowered a woman then raped her in front of his two friends will spend just three years locked away for his crimes. (A: He’ll be out in a year, and he’s getting special treatment.)
Balal Khan (A: Balal Kahn, ha.)- thought to be one of the youngest convicted rapists in Britain - targeted the 20-year-old as she walked home.
He subjected her to a severe beating then screamed at her 'Do what I say or I'll kill you', (A: Of course, he didn’t mean that, you understand.) before putting her through the ordeal of a terrifying sex attack. (A: He’ll be a big guy too for his age; you’ve seen quite a few of them.)
Then he stole her bag and phone and even took a call from his victim's boyfriend to whom he bragged about what he had done.
But after pleading guilty to charges of rape and robbery (A: That’s because he was caught, right… because he made this phone call to the victim’s boyfriend on her cell phone. He gets the Darwin award too, obviously.) the teenager was sentenced to just three years because of his age - and because he said ‘sorry’.
A judge at Stoke-on-Trent Crown Court lifted a restriction preventing the publication of Khan's identity after hearing details of the horrifying attack.
The judge heard how Khan ran up behind his victim and grabbed her around the neck as she walked through a secluded area near Cobridge, in Stoke-on-Trent one evening in September last year.
He punched and kicked her as she lay on the ground before raping her.
Robert Price, prosecuting, said: ‘She started screaming and attempted to get to her feet.
‘He responded by punching her in the mouth and knocked her back on the ground.
‘He stood over her and kicked her to the side of her face. He started shouting at her and warned that if she struggled he would “kill” her.’
The court heard two boys, aged 10 and 11, who knew Khan, stood nearby and shouted at him to stop.
Afterwards Khan, of Cobridge, Stoke-on-Trent, took the victim's bag, containing an iPod and mobile phone.
He then answered a call from the victim's boyfriend. When asked why he had the phone, Khan bragged about what had taken place.
He later sold the phone (A: Definitely a Darwin award here.) and iPod, but not before making a call to his parents' home. The mobile's call records led police straight to Khan's address.
In a police interview he told officers he had tripped the victim and stolen her bag.
The court heard scientists later found Khan's DNA on swabs taken from the victim.
Naomi Perry, mitigating, said he had shown remorse for what he had done. (A: Oh, there you go. I’m gonna kill you… yo, gonna to kill you… he showed remorse for what he’d done. That’s remorse… I’m sorry, okay, I’m sorry.)
He apologised after finally admitting his offence to police and also when he entered his plea at court.
‘We are dealing with a very immature young man,’ Miss Perry said. (A: Immature… this guy’s a potential murderer here and a rapist. He is a rapist.)
‘He has been having anger management classes and he feels these have helped him.’ (A: No kidding.)
Judge Paul Glenn told Khan, now aged 14, that his offences were ‘grave’ and that an adult convicted of the same crimes would have been jailed for eight or nine years.
He added: ‘It was a terrifying experience for this young woman and she will be left psychologically scarred.’ (A: Well, no kidding eh?)
By law, anyone under 18 years old faces a lesser sentence for rape than an adult, and for those aged 14 or under the term is reduced further.
Judge Glenn took the unusual step to lift a restriction preventing the publication of Khan's name because of the grave nature of his offences. (A: In other words, the world is going to be hearing an awful lot more of Khan and that’s rather evident.)
That’s the world we live in today. You know, in the old days, they had their ways of dealing with things themselves, even locally. It was very, very efficient. You didn’t have to worry about crimes being recommitted because they simply didn’t happen… and I’ll leave it to your imagination why. But when the state is involved all hell breaks loose and these characters are allowed to reoffend and reoffend and reoffend. It’s good for their business. It’s also good for them to say, you see, society isn’t safe; you need more police; you need a police state to take care of all these problems; that’s what you need… make you safe.
I get SO SICK of this Communist, this Communist, this world Communist/Marxist system that they’re bringing in, where you can’t say what you want to say because there are all these laws and rules and all the rest of it. Well, you’ll OFFEND somebody; someone will be offended somewhere, ooohhh; you mustn’t hurt someone’s feelings. Even though they admit at the United Nations that no one has the right to be offended anymore, in a multi-cultural society. How can you? I mean, technically, someone from some part of some jungle CAN, technically, do some dance in front of you stark naked in the middle of some busy city center and if that’s their religion you cannot be offended because that is their religion! I’m not kidding. This is the craziness it all comes down to. Utter madness. Utter madness. And there is no end to it is sight, you know. Then eventually nothing works anymore because nothing CAN work anymore. You can’t even hire the people that have good qualifications anymore. Here’s an article from the Mail Online.
Employer told not to post advert for 'reliable' workers because it discriminates against 'unreliable' applicants
By Ryan Kisiel and Andrew Levy / 27th January 2010 / Mail Online
When it comes to hiring staff, there are plenty of legal pitfalls employers need to watch out for these days.
So recruitment agency boss Nicole Mamo was especially careful to ensure her advert for hospital workers did not offend on grounds of race, age or sexual orientation.
However, she hadn't reckoned on discriminating against a wholly different section of the community - the completely useless.
Nicole Mamo, director of Devonwood Recruitment was stunned when a job centre in Thetford, Norfolk, said she could not include the phrase 'reliable and hard working' in her advert.
When she ran the ad past a job centre, she was told she couldn't ask for 'reliable' and 'hard-working' applicants because it could be offensive to unreliable people. [Alan laughing.] (A: Oh dear… all the unreliable ones go into politics by the way.)
'In my 15 years in recruitment I haven't heard anything so ridiculous,' Mrs Mamo said yesterday.
'If the matter wasn't so serious I would be laughing out loud.
'Unfortunately it's extremely alarming. I need people who are hardworking and reliable (A: Well, you’re darned right. Especially working... you’re wanting hospital workers where life and death matters and all the rest of it. You tend to want efficient and reliable people. The patients feel a bit better about that too.) - and I am pleased to discriminate in that way. (A: Discriminate means ‘to choose, use your judgment.’ That’s what it means. Oh, dear, dear, dear. Argh. Back with more after this break.)
Hi folks. I am Alan Watt and we’re Cutting Through The Matrix, just going through how ridiculous it is today because of all the political correctness, which is all Marxian political correctness under the guise of equality. It’s nothing to do with equality. It means breaking everything down until nothing works anymore. It causes angst and frustration where there should be none at all. So the simplest things just get you all tight and hot and bothered because of all the rules and regulations and silliness and stupidity of it all. This article I’m reading here is about a woman who was told that she couldn’t put in the word ‘reliable’ in an ad because it was discriminating against folk who were not reliable; they were unreliable. No kidding! It says here, when she put through the ad, through this particular firm – and she wanted people to work in hospitals, cleaners and so on – she was transferred to a woman who said the wording was unacceptable. So she had to change it and put out ‘reliable’.
Mrs Mamo, a divorced mother of two, added: 'I had to battle to have "must speak English", which they also said was discriminatory.
'In the end, I had to write "must speak English due to health and safety reasons" because they're dealing with hazardous materials.' (A: So you’ve got to go into the books and get a lawyer so they can find some other law they’ll put on the books that can get around THAT law that they’ve put on the books so that you can just go and get an ad out there.)
The diktat was widely criticised yesterday. A spokesman for the Campaign Against Political Correctness (A: Thank goodness there is a campaign against political correctness.) said: 'This is absolutely ridiculous.
'Of course people want reliable workers and employers should be able to ask for them. If they can't advertise for what they want then the system is broken.' (A: Well, that’s the whole point of it isn’t it… it’s to break the system.)
The Equality and Human Rights Commission added: 'This is in no way in breach of any discrimination law.
'Mrs Mamo should consider very unreliable any advice that she may have received implying that this aspect of her advert was discriminatory.' (A: Of course, they would be the first one to come down on her.)
Yesterday the Department for Work and Pensions said it could not comment on the conversation Mrs Mamo had with the member of staff at Thetford.
However, a spokesman insisted her original advert had run on the Jobcentre Plus website and on computer terminals in branches.
That’s how silly it gets. And how it gets even sillier is people become scared of all the laws and regulations and they start to CENSOR THEMSELVES and DOUBLE-THINK EVERYTHING. So simple logic goes into NON-logic, you see, to try to make things work… in a politically correct society.
It’s like I said yesterday, if you want to change society, place or change something in the surroundings of the creature and you alter their behavior. TV, radio, iPods, cell phones, whatever, you alter the behavior of the creature. Put in cameras everywhere, they alter the behavior themselves; they start to SELF-POLICE. Self-policing is very important. It’s a term used at the United Nations for their brave new world they are bringing down. They are brining in a world where we all POLICE OURSELVES because we will know we are BEING WATCHED every second and every minute of every day. We are being TRAINED as animals by something being put into your environment that wasn’t there before. It’s not just to watch you, believe you me. We’re being trained like animals… and nothing is working anymore… things are getting crazier and crazier. And folks, hold on to your hats because it’s going to go in a rollercoaster, into an even crazier time ahead as they really get going.
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:
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University Scientist in Climategate Fiasco Hid Data
Climategate Glaciergate Amazongate
British Government Invents 33 New Crimes Every Month
Britain-A United Nations of Crime
13 Year Old Raped Woman
Can't Advertise for Reliable Worker-Discriminates against Unreliable
Transcribed by Diana
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