March 22, 2010 (#538)
Alan Watt "Cutting Through The Matrix" LIVE on RBN:
Poem Copyright Alan Watt March 22, 2010:
Revelation from Sage -- Government Gives You Personalized Webpage:
"When Government 'Wants', It Uses the Lure
Of Giving Something 'To Help the Poor',
Such as Free Broadband or Free Healthcare,
Controlling Sheeple into New Nightmare,
Amidst Debt and Inflation, Great Dollar Diluter,
Masters Show Real Reason for the Computer,
All Transactions to Go Through Gov. System,
E-mail, Site-visits, Too Many to List 'em,
Just Enter All Data, Life's a Kaleidoscope,
Everything You Do, Watched Via Microscope,
One Day Eureka! You'll Wake Up Astonished
To Find Alternatives in Living All Abolished,
The Suckers for Now Say 'It's Not Here Yet',
Not for Nothing, They Named It, The Net"
© Alan Watt March 22, 2010
Poem & Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - March 22, 2010 (Exempting Music, Literary Quotes, and Callers' Comments)
Hi folks. I am Alan Watt and this is Cutting Through The Matrix on March 22, 2010. For the newcomers, I always suggest you look into cuttingthroughthematrix.com web site, scroll down and bookmark all the sites there for future use because once in a while the major ones, the .com one, goes down. If you scroll down you will see all these other sites and having them bookmarked will give you the ability to download the latest shows when there is a snafu from the major sites. [Official sites listed above.] Remember that you are the audience that brings me to you. Iím probably the only person out in radio land that doesnít take money. I could, certainly, but I donít take money from the advertisers or from people selling products to push myself and to finance myself. Itís up to you to keep me going. The ads on this show go directly from the advertisers to RBN for the broadcast and for their staff, equipment, air time and putting it out to YOU. So youíve got to keep me going by donating or purchasing from my web site, cuttingthroughthematrix.com. There are DVDs, books Iíve written, and CDs with sometimes 50 shows on them. [Ordering and donation option listed above.] For those that just get the disks burned and passed to them of the talks to play on CD players, the WISE people I call them because the internet is really a temporary thing even for me. It was meant to be a small window of opportunity to get the word out before it is totally taken over and we are almost there. So for those that get the disks burned, you can get in touch with me at [address above].
I really mean that because the internet truly was never given to the public for their benefit. Nothing ever is. Those who donít understand history and never study history will never, ever know the reality they are in today. They will follow all the blind excuses and they will follow all the scuttle-butt that goes on the Patriot Radio to chase their tails for endless hours, endless days and endless years even, but they will never, ever know whatís really going on in the world. Youíve got to know your history to know how people are manipulated down through century after century after century and the rotten things that have been done to ordinary people. The fact is, too many players talked about the internet coming up. Before we even heard of the computer, a means of communication to BOND everyone together, but really it was for the government to take over control of your lives. George Orwell knew this when he wrote his book in 1948 called 1984. He knew that government couldnít be all-powerful until they could talk directly down to you, the individual, number so-and-so, Smith number blah, blah, blah. You would have no family or anyone else to stand up and stop them. I'll be back with more after this break.
Iím Alan Watt and we're Cutting Through The Matrix, just mentioning that if you donít know your history youíll never understand the tricks that have been played on populations all down through the many, many, many centuries and how we all fall for it time after time. It only takes really a break from one generation, where youíre allowed to have a few more goodies than any previous generation, for the whole past to be forgotten and the dirty tricks that have been done on the public to be completely erased, along with some brainwashing into being loyal to your county and all that kind of stuff. What IS your country but a bunch of international corporations really and all the people who get appointed and get nice sounding titles to be in charge of those corporations. The country itself is a corporation as well.
I kind of like the old hillbillies that lived in the different mountainous areas of the US. They already, from their own history being dumped in the United States as immigrants, pushed into Civil Wars and raided by governments and so on, they tended to retreat into the hills and they kept everybody else away from them. They didnít fall into the traps of the townsfolk. They didnít fall into the traps of the government laws and so on. They had their own laws and that was the law of nature. And really thatís the only thing you can depend upon is yourself and your own.
Everything else is a con; someone is trying to pull something over you to profit from you because thatís how everything is made. All profit comes from labor. All manufacture comes from labor. As I say, only one little period in history from about the Second World War, the end of that, up until about the 70s, people were allowed to keep a little bit more for themselves, never dawning on them as they bought their houses that the big boys planned to take it away from them around the year 2007 or so. Thatís how itís done, long-term planning and we are managed.
We look at all the different sciences around us and people will prattle off about the sciences they are reading and whatís the latest gadgetry in electronics or whatever, or physics, it never dawns on them that the ART of controlling people is a very old science, much, much older than the rest in fact. For every thing that you could imagine that you could possibly do as a people or a group or a whatever, they have about 10,000 different ways to infiltrate, take you down or bend you off into some other direction. These are ANCIENT sciences. Ancient sciences and provocateurs are always sent out into the public, whether itís a union or whatever else, to stir things up, gets everyone fighting everyone else, and then you all lose in the end anyway. Thatís the reality of life. The hillbillies were quite right; you donít get involved in anyone elseís affairs. You leave me alone and Iíll leave you alone and that was their philosophy. Thatís the only thing you could trust is your own reason. Everything else is a con job.
The computer, as I say, was given to the public with its usual enticements because everyone has got different drives and they gave the sex drive a big push with that one, with lots and lots of pornography. Before I ever touched a computer thatís all I knew from reading the papers was that there was lots of pornography on it. I avoided the thing. I knew it was really intended to eventually control the general public and make it easier for governments to get right into YOUR home, right into you BRAIN even - and thatís a fact, folks - and manipulate you. I can remember reading an old book by HG Wells where he talked about the ďWorld Brain.Ē He called it Ďthe world brainí, this interconnected system of all knowledge. Remember, he was also a Fabian Socialist. He really meant it was a way to control VAST populations. In fact, HG Wellsí whole theme in all of his books was about controlling the general public and population of the world eventually.
Iíve read the Department of Defenseís articles about their projection for the next 50 years. Iíve read different ones from the US military and the British and NATO and we tend to forget that whatever is happening today, obviously, since these think tanks are not new. Theyíve had them for over 100-odd years, well over 100-odd years in the British system. Then, 40-50 years ago, they were projecting where we would be today. Do you understand that? I hope you understand that. They KNEW 40-50 years ago that they would be signing a treaty down the road to basically eliminate all tariffs on production and free trade. They knew that stuff then. They knew what the affects of the multilateral agreement on investment would do across the planet. They knew that they would eventually build up China to be the manufacturer of the planet. They also knew that it would mean massive unemployment in the West. And they knew all the reactions that the public would have to that as well, which is generally nothing, actually. They kind of had a slight yawn as they moved into the service economies where we pass things around.
They also knew too that they would give us a means of communication, tie us all together because that was the whole key to things. As I say, HG Wells talked about it. George Orwell talked about it. Government can never feel safe and secure until EVERY SINGLE INDIVIDUAL is utterly and completely PREDICTABLE. That means instant retrieval of all information, all data on every person at every minute of the day, every day. Thatís what the computer is there for.
An article came out quite recently about the new Digital Economy Bill. Remember, Britain is the flagship for everyone else to copy. Whatís amazing to me is that the US really is copying Britain. It used to take about 2-4 years before the US would copy Britain with a certain law, this or that law, but they are really on par now. They are really catching up in a hurry. Youíll find the same kind of articles coming out under different names within the United States.
Digital Economy Bill approved by House of Lords
The House of Lords approved the Digital Economy Bill last night, handing over the decision making process on several controversial clauses to the House of Commons.
By Emma Barnett, Technology and Digital Media Correspondent / telegraph.co.uk / Published: 16 Mar 2010
The spin on this article is to throw you off thinking itís all about an attempt to make sure the people have copywrite rights and those found infringing those rights or file sharing will get prosecuted. Really, it isnít until you go into the bill itself, and you have to download the bill to find the real intent of it. What they want to do is to close down all those different internet cafes and different places where you can get Wi-Fi thatís outside the jurisdiction of the government monitoring. Well, I think theyíre really into that too; they monitor everything. But it makes it easier for them if they eradicate those because the government wants to put broadband across the whole country themselves. They want to be in charge of it.
It makes perfect sense from a security point of view. If you want to maintain power, youíve got to make sure there is no competition. Government trulyÖ with the psychopaths who naturally gravitate towards government, itís just like any old God; you know, you can have no other Gods before them. So the eliminate every other God and they are the Kingpin. If you want to control the public you must make sure that you have access to ALL data and there are no competitors on the market. So thatís really what the digital economy is. Then you read this other article hereÖ I love how itís phrased; itís beautiful. Itís the Times Online.
Government webpage for every citizen
in the race to create a paperless society
Rachel Sylvester, Alice Thomson and Jill Sherman / From The Times / March 20, 2010
(Alan: Theyíve always got an environmental spin on thingsÖ or else itís to help the poor. Itís the help the poor. So here is the spinÖ)
All public services could be delivered online within four years under an ambitious pledge by Gordon Brown to create a paperless state and save billions of pounds, The Times has learnt. (A: Itís to save money as wellÖ this is from governments that throw it out like water, especially on themselves.)
Tens of thousands of public sector jobs could go in Jobcentres, benefit offices, passport centres and town halls if face-to-face transactions are scrapped in favour of cheaper and more efficient online form-filling.
On Monday the Prime Minister will announce (A: I love how they just hand out this stuff to the media first, to prepare the public.) plans that he claims could save billions of pounds over four years by making dealing with the State as easy as internet banking (A: Thatís number one, right.) or shopping on Amazon. Cash will also be saved on postage stamps, telephone calls and government buildings as the switch to the internet leads to the phasing out of call centres and benefit offices. (A: So itís all about services, you know, your health care in the socialist system, all that kind of stuffÖ they are pretending, right.)
The aim is that within a year, everybody in the country should have a personalised website through which they would be able to find out about local services and do business with the Government. (A: You DO business with the government, do you? Well actually you do, you see, because they are a corporation and you serve them. Thatís what you exist for.) A unique identifier (A: Here you areÖ) will allow citizens to apply for a place for their child at school, book a doctorís appointment, claim benefits, get a new passport, pay council tax or register a car from their computer at home.
Over the next three years, the secure site will be expanded to allow people to interact with their childrenís teachers or ask medical advice from their doctor through a government version of Facebook. (A: Can you believe that? It will probably go through India like everything else. And youíll need a translator to figure out what theyíre saying.) But union leaders and privacy experts immediately warned that the Governmentís record on IT projects was already catastrophic (A: Meaning that the government is already, they are SELLING the data. The government sells your data. The post office sells you data.) and there would be key concerns about privacy, data protection and fraud. In addition many elderly, disabled and undereducated people find it difficult to carry out transactions online. (A: Well, a lot of people just donít WANT toÖ if theyíve got any sense at all.)
Youíve got to understand, this is all planned. It was all planned before they gave you the first computer. All of it was planned before they gave you the very first computer. Remember, their plan also is to go cashless altogether, paperless. Paper is going out the way of the dodo bird in 8 years apparently. Theyíll know what your income is. Theyíll tax you online, instantly. Theyíll know what youíre buying and ask you how you got the money for that because itís not in your account. I'll be back with more after this break.
Iím Alan Watt and we're Cutting Through The Matrix, just reading an article from the Times Online, one of many articles on the same topic telling us how wonderful itís going to be when weíve all got our number and we can do everything through the computer, but itís also to be your direct line to the government, which also means, mind you, that itís the governmentís direct line to YOU. Do you understand the real purpose of this?
Itís exactly like George Orwell said, when that screen is right there and the face comes on and there is someone talking right to you, Smith number blah, blah, blah, yes you Smith, youíve been late with your taxes; youíve purchased something and it hasnít gone through your account, how did you do this transaction? Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. Thatís all coming down. Itís for your benefit right? Then all the cash you pay into pensions and all the money that is taxed from you for those so-called services and all that stuff, you wonít have access to them unless you do it through the computer. Then the computer is going to tell you, sorry, Smith number so-and-so, youíve used up too much of your allocations of credits for the National Health Service; we canít fix you up this time. Iím not kidding.
The article goes on to say hereÖ
ďRoughly £12 billion of taxpayers' money has also just been wasted on the NHS IT project and there has been a long history of government computer problems.Ē (A: Well, no kidding.)
In an interview with The Times, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the world wide web, who has been advising the Prime Minister on the digital revolution, said it was time for Whitehall to catch up with the rest of the world. (A: Sir Tim Berners-Lee comes from a long line of these guys that worked on the web; so did his Dad, on computers. These are like intergenerational families that work on the same project. They knew where they were going at the beginning. So this character is ADVISING little Mr Brown and anybody can if you have enough dirty dope on him because, believe you me, Brown has got a lot of dirty deeds behind him and people have got the goods on him. But he will do what he is told by the big boys and Mr Tim Berners-Lee is much bigger than Mr Brown.)
ďI donít want to go to a government office to do a government thing. It should all be online,Ē he said. ďThat saves time for people and it saves money for the Government ó the processing of a piece of paper and mailing it back costs many times more than it costs to process something electronically. There will come a point where you donít need all the physical offices any more.Ē (A: That means youíre pretty well going to get no services at all folks. Itís bad enough already isnít it?)
Government sources say Jobcentres, tax offices, DVLA local centres, passport offices and housing benefit offices will be phased out over the next decade, to be replaced by a single ďdigital gatewayĒ (A: They love the gatekeeper stuff, like Bill Gates and Digital Gateways. Itís all the old occultic stuff that theyíve conned the public with. Thatís all it is. The occult is nothing but conology. Put something in plain sight and the public donít know what theyíre looking at.) office, where people who are uncomfortable with computers can go for advice on applying for services online.
The private sector is likely to get involved (A: Of course it is. Itís a public/private Fascism, you see. It doesnít matter if you call it communism or fascism, itís the same thing. The Soviet system ran on public/private from its very inception.)
As I say, itís quite interesting as all this goes ahead and people are addicted now to text messaging and theyíve got to have phones stuck on their ears even when theyíre doing their shoppingÖ should I buy the Corn Flakes or the Sugar Puffs? What should it be? Öand rubbish like that. Theyíre prattling off, just prattling, talking incessantly to some voice in the ether, exactly as Marshall McLuhan said they would and theyíre oblivious to the reality around themÖ oblivious! I mean really, theyíre ready for the chip. When you have to ask someoneís advice, should I get the Sugar Puffs or should I buy the Corn Flakes or the Wheaties, youíve got a problem. Do you understand, you canít even make your own decisions without prattling to someone miles away? Youíve got a problem. Youíre already a robot.
This ties in with all this too. Itís beautiful how it all ties in, but it always does at the same time.
Exclusive: Next-generation super ID card on the cards for 2012
Identity card could come with a raft of new features - and even a free upgrade - under government proposals...
By Nick Heath, 17 March 2010 / silicon.com
(A: Britain spearheaded the ID card. It tried to get it out back in the late 90s and people had riots and protests in the street saying it was an invasion of privacy, it was a totalitarian state. And Bang! Along comes 2001 and the twin towers go down, the Jachin and Boaz, and bingo they get what they want. They brought out the ID cards in Britain, under a VOLUNTARY process, mind you. Everything is always voluntary until there is enough on it and they say, well, we canít keep doing both systems here, itís too expensive, so youíll all have to go into the ID system. I said at the very beginning, back in the 90s, that this ID cardÖ I was talking about it because it had articles in the paper in the late 90s about it. They said it had the capacity to do all of your banking and everything. So itís a government ISSUED card and eventually everything goes through the government with their public/private partnership deal. Well, here it goes. See, they give you the first mouse trap, here comes the next mouse trap Ė and thatís what they call it, the mouse trap, in marketing jargon.)
The government is considering introducing a new generation of ID cards for British citizens in 2012, (A: This is to go worldwide, by the way. These cards are made in Canada.) complete with a raft of new features.
More than 7,000 ID cards have been issued to British people since the UK cards were made available in November last year, starting in Manchester before rolling out across the North West and to select groups across the UK. (A: Itís for all the schmucks that want to be trendy that grab it. Iíll tell you whatís going to be on this when I come back from this break.)
This is Alan Watt and we're Cutting Through The Matrix, reading an article to do with the new ID cards. They get you used to things bit by bit. Itís a very old technique of mouse traps. Itís like laying cheese all the way to the mouse trap. You lap it up and lap it up and you say, well, there is that last bit up there, should I get it, should I chance it; yeah, I will; Iíll be okay. Bang and thatís it, no more YOUÖ no more brain for sure. This is the GOAL to get everyone IDíd, going through a system of transactions VIA the government for everything and they will monitor everything that you do and eat and buy and all the rest of it. Itís beautiful from a totalitarian tyrantís point of view. Thatís what weíre in, you know, for folk who still think theyíre in some kind of strange Trojan horse called democracy. It says hereÖ
Speaking at an event hosted by the Social Market Foundation (A: Another foundation, you see. Weíve got foundations for everythingÖ the parallel government. Social Market FoundationÖ A market is something for animals. Have you ever thought about that? Thatís what markets were about. You bought and sold animals, initially, and they were called the stock. So you have a stock market, you know. Now we are all part of the market. We are the stock, you see, since we are the only ones that make anything.) earlier this week, Bob Carter, public key infrastructure and encryption expert for the ID cards scheme at the IPS, told silicon.com that the first generation card "is a tactical card that we have put out very quickly. (A: Iím sureÖ no thought going into it, right. TACTICAL, thatís a warfare technique isnít it, that sort of terminology.)
"The strategic card (A: So itís TACTICAL and STRATEGIC.) has a 2012 launch when all of the main things are going to happen. That's when you will find more features in the product [card]."
Existing British citizen ID cards (A: They are doing the same thing for Australia and Canada is to roll out its version too, and so will the US.) are designed to (A: just simplyÖ) simply verify someone's identity (A: Thatís all.) using a government issued card reader, (A: A government issued one.) a device which reads the biographic information and the digital photo and two fingerprints stored on the ID card's embedded RFID chip, and allows an official to check those details against the person presenting the card.
The proposals currently under consideration could potentially see ID cards used to perform new tasks - such as authorising online transactions using chip and PIN and verifying the holder's identity over the internet - which are not possible with existing British ID cards today.
So isnít that wonderful? Youíll get your own personal government issued ID card with all your data on it. Itís also got a VOICE PRINT, but they donít mention that here. You will do everythingÖ youíll LIVE through that card. Of course theyíll give you your own web page, as I read earlier, your own personalized, government-issued web page soís they can talk directly down to you. Isnít that wonderful? Do you realize they really care? Thatís what government is for, you know, they care. They care so much. Thatís how they get to the top in government because caring people flood into it and they work for peanuts.
Thatís how it all ties together. Broadband is coming in and the government is actually pushing for it. Itís going to be government-owned broadband ONLY; government ID card for all your transactions and everything you do. Your own government web page soís they can talk and demand straight down to you, Smith number so-and-so; yes, you Smith. See George Orwellís movie, 1984; it was actually made in commemoration of him, the black and white version from Britain. The author knew that back in 1948, this was all coming. Quite nice isnít it?
Just to make sure that everybody gets the message, and believe you me, the cops everywhere across the world are justÖ oh, they salivate when they read the stuff from Britain to get the power they are getting there. Itís just amazing. Everything starts off with a little TRIAL version to see how the mice will behave in that little cage there when you do this to them and that to them.
Roadside fingerprinting tests (A: Roadside fingerprints. So itís not enough theyíve got you blowing into things and all the rest of it, now you are going to get fingerprints as well.), which sparked fears of a Big Brother state (A: What do you mean FEARS of a Big Brother state. If you are starting to get afraid of a Big Brother state coming in, where have you been for the rest of your life? Where have you been?) when tested in Yorkshire, are to be rolled out nationwide this year.
yorkshirepost.co.uk / Tuesday, 23rd March 2010
Every police force in England and Wales will be given hand-held fingerprint scanners to check the identity of suspects in the street. (A: Thatís means every car is going to get stopped as they try their toys out now. Every pedestrian is going to get stopped as well. Isnít that wonderful? Isnít it wonderful; YOU pay for your chains! You the public pay for your chains in every kind of alloy they use. You pay and pay and pay and you still go and vote for democracy. [Alan laughing.])
Senior officers claimed a pilot project, involving 28 forces including West Yorkshire Police, had shown the devices could speed up criminal inquiries, help catch more criminals and save thousands of hours for police. However, although the National Policing Improvement Agency (NPIA) (A: Another oneÖ A National Policing Improvement AgencyÖ) has insisted that scanned fingerprints will not be added to databases, critics fear the scheme could encourage random searches. (A: Oh, no, theyíd never do that would they? [Alan laughing.])
An NPIA spokesman said the scheme was voluntary and members of the public had the right to refuse. (A: Oh, dear, dearÖ dear, dear, dear. Can you imagine whatÖ You all know what happens when you refuse anything from a cop, right. I can remember when South Africa was still under the old system and they used to say, you foreigners Ė meaning the people who would come in from outside talking about apartheid and so on Ė you donít understand them; you donít understand the natives here. Theyíd say, they are like children. They are children. You treat them like children. In other words, that they are too simple to understand. Well this is how this article is talking to everybody in the UK with the nonsense.) An NPIA spokesman said the scheme was voluntary and members of the public had the right to refuse. (A: Thatís exactly what youíd say to a child.)
But anyone who refused to take part could be arrested (A: No kidding.) and taken to a police station if an officer had "strong suspicions" about them.
Policy director at Liberty Isabella Sankey said: "Convenient technology is all very well but not if it encourages the police to exceed their powers.
You canít take a photograph in Britain now, you know. You get run in for taking a photograph, and the people put up with it too. Why? Because, Iíve said before, you could be in rags, in absolute rags, and as long as they give you some little thing to stick in your hand, or that you stick on your ear, or text into, and get entertained from a very cheap deal Ė lots and lots and lots of cheap entertainment and distractions Ė you wonít care if youíre carrying a ball and chain along behind you. Sad. Sad comment to make on humanity but they understand us very, very, very well indeed. Itís a whole science.
Itís all science. Why do you think that every government department, even your police, they all have public RELATIONS experts? Thatís means PROPAGANDA. It used to be called propaganda but it got a bad name during World War I and II so they changed it to PUBLIC RELATIONS. Thatís so they can talk down to the children. Thatís what goes on and thatís whatís happening and the folk accept it. You know something too? The folk will accept anything, anything at allÖ just to get by. Donít stop me, Iím on my way to so-and-so. Iíve got to take your fingerprints; I donít trust you, says the officer. What are you going to do? Get run into the police station to verify who you are, or they might find something else to charge you with; after all, they can draw out a thousand things. Do you realize you are breaking laws every single day from the minute you get up till you go out and walk around the street? You are breaking law after law; thatís how it was in the Soviet Union. That way when they wanted a particular person, they would grab you under those laws. If they didnít want you they didnít care; they could always get you if they did want you. And people still think they are free.
I was thinking the other day, it was far, far better when we were serfs, when we were slaves. We KNEW we were slaves. Everyone knew it. Everybody talked to everybody else and talked about how miserable life was. They all knew they were slaves. The most perfect slave is the one that doesnít think he is one. Thatís perfect. Perfect. Itís like Animal Farm, again another Orwell classic. The pigs at the end, the ones that are in charge of the animals and the revolution, are all siding Ė because now they are living the high life, they are living the high hog you might say Ė and they go into the house to meet with the humans that used to be their enemies. They are partying it up and all the other animals, the workers, are outside looking through the window. The human says to the pigs, how did you get them to do this; they are all working for nothing; they are working for an IDEA Ė just like the Soviet Union. Weíve been trying to get them to do that forever, to work for nothing without any trouble. Youíve done it. You have succeeded.
Eventually, everything will come through government. Public/private, big corporation, big bank, big government combined. Your credits will be given to you. If you are bad you wonít get your credits. If you are bad they will cut you off the Cloud, because the Cloud is going to be THE place that all of your data is stored and you wonít need a hard drive anymore. They knew that before they gave you the first old computer, where they were taking you step by step, the cheese all the way up to the mouse trap. And you adapt and you adapt and you adapt until you canít do without it. Then eventually itís impossible to without itÖ and theyíve got you. They make sure, as they make it impossible to live without it, they take away all the old system that you could use, so you have no alternative. The day that the government does something to benefit the people will be the day of the second coming.
There is an article in the Huffington Post.
Central Figure in CDC Vaccine Cover-Up Absconds With $2M
Robert F. Kennedy Jr / Huffington Post / Posted: March 11, 2010
A central figure behind the Center for Disease Control's (CDC) claims disputing the link between vaccines and autism and other neurological disorders has disappeared after officials discovered massive fraud involving the theft of millions in taxpayer dollars. Danish police are investigating Dr. Poul Thorsen, who has vanished along with almost $2 million that he had supposedly spent on research. (A: This is the CDCís man to push all the vaccines through and it was good for us and all the rest of it. This is the one that the World Health Organization and everyone was quoting. Heís run off with the loot. [Alan laughing.])
Thorsen was a leading member of a Danish research group that wrote several key studies supporting CDC's claims that the MMR vaccine and mercury-laden vaccines were safe for children. Thorsen's 2003 Danish study reported a 20-fold increase in autism in Denmark after that country banned mercury based preservatives in its vaccines. His study concluded that mercury could therefore not be the culprit behind the autism epidemic. (A: So here is a CRIMINAL whoís run off with the loot that was advising them all to take it. Believe you me, heíd be getting loot for giving all these lies out too, from the big pharma companies.)
All these links Iíll put up on my site at the end of the show, IF XplorNet obliges me with enough speed to put it up there, even though Iím paying for high speed. Now Iíll go to the phones and there is Dave from Arizona. Are you there Dave?
Dave: Hey, Alan. How are ya?
Alan: Not bad.
Dave: I thought I would just talk a little bit about the cashless society with you. Itís kind of funny, I work with 2 guys from the Philippines and I brought up the cashless society. All the Americans were like, who, what, what. And the guys from the Philippines were like, oh, yeah, we already have it. They knew what it was and they described it.† It really would be the ultimate form of control.
Dave: Because, as everybody knows, they could turn it off and youíd have no wealth.† When do you think it will come to a point where we wonít have cash, we wonít have currency?
Alan: Iíve got articles here where the major banks have said within 8 years they are phasing out all cash all together,as they are phasing this in. You see, most folk are already using plastic cards wherever they go. Theyíve already been trained to do that and how convenient it is and all the rest of it. Remember, the real purpose of money is to CONTROL people and to get you to work for money. You see, the big boys HAVE all that. They own the resources of the planet. Itís only important that you believe that money works and it does work as long as everyone else accepts that it works and you can get a penny caramel for a dollar or something like that. Basically, itís to be used as a form of control. Thatís what Lord Bertrand Russell said back in the 1930s. He says, eventually government will issue credits to every individual, the SAME amount of credits, although there will be a tiered system of how important you are to the system and that will determine how much your level of credits will be. But, you will be unable to save them up; it will start at the same figure every week. AND it will be used to punish you if you are anti-social. This is an interesting word that is getting bandied around in the UK and the British Commonwealth countries. You are ANTI-SOCIAL. So they will cut you off. You canít pay your rent. You canít pay for this. You canít pay for thatÖ until you behave. So it will be used as a punishment tool as well.
Dave: Yeah. Thatís the ultimate controlling factor. When do you think it will come to a point in time, or do you think it will, when the state just basically decides, you donít need land, you donít need gold, you donít need anything and they are going to have it all?
Alan: Oh, theyíve already done that and they are using the environmentalist for it too. Back in the 1980s for instance Ė Iíll give you an example Ė they started to phase out country hospitals in agricultural areas across the whole western world, at the same time in the US, Canada, and everywhere else. That was to encourage people to get IN to the cities, even then. In the rural areas now, Iíve got 5 different taxes here for the PRIVILEGE of living here. One tax alone was the Ontario tax; that went up from a few dollars to $600 by itself. The other one gets paid directly to the school board; thatís about $2,000, twice a year. Then Iíve got a separate road tax for the privilege of this dirt road thatís full of potholes; I pay that every year, twice a year as well. The gasoline, everything you need in the country is more expensive. So they are already forcing folk out gradually. Now in comes the eco-boys with the inspectors. They go around to your place and say, oh, you canít live here, youíve broken 10 different codes; your place is obsolete; you canít insulate it properly, itís too much carbon, too much heat loss; your septic tank isnít up to the latest standard with the titanium tank and all that kind of stuff and ya-da, ya-da, ya. On it goes until you are OUT. This is already happening across the whole of the western world.
Dave: And this is justÖ this is all those NGOs, correct?
Alan: NGOs, but itís all done THROUGH the United Nations. Every law to do with the land, your property, everything, your building codes, septic, everything, your drilling wellÖ IS ALL FROM THE United Nations. Thatís where they come from. I'll be back with more after this break.
Iím Alan Watt and we're Cutting Through The Matrix. I almost let that wailing guitar go because itís appropriate when you shake your head and you want to wail sometimes. There is Dan from California. Is Dan there?
Dan: Hello. Hi Alan. Itís good to talk to you again. Have you heard of a movie called Order of Chaos?
Alan: Yes. Itís just been released and Iíve got voiceovers on it.
Dan: Yeah. Okay. Alright. I watched it last night and I was so surprised because it was kind of going along and kind of in line with a lot of what youíve mentioned about psychology in the media and then right in the middle of the movie, Iím hearing Alan WattÖ and I just thought whatÖ I didnít know what was going on. I was so surprised.
Alan: Thatís right. I think I was the inspiration for it and they got in touch with me a while ago and asked if they could use the voiceovers.
Dan: Yeah. You could tell he was a fan. He must have been listening to your stuff for years because the whole script was based essentially on your work. Okay. I wasnít sure if you knew about it or not. I just wanted to make sure.
Alan: I havenít seen it myself. Did you enjoy it?
Dan: I did. It was very independent. It had Mimi Rogers, which is Tom Cruiseís ex-wife. It had kind of a couple of unknowns butÖ interesting, a very interesting plot line. I encourageÖ If you sanctioned that, yeah, I encourage other people to take a look at that because it reallyÖ itís interesting.
Alan: It only came out I think 2 weeks ago. Thatís what I heard.
Dan: Yeah. I saw it just last night. I was just so shocked. It was like, oh, my God, is that Alan Watt in the middle of a movie? I was like, great; that is so great.
Alan: It just shows you that you can influence people. You can get them to think. And you can get them to do something about it.
Dan: Hey, Iím hereÖ Iíve been living and working in Hollywood for I donít know how long and listening to your show. I always mention your show and all of your work. So from the belly of the beast, congratulations to you.
Alan: Thatís right. Thatís the impossible coming true.
Dan: Yeah. You know there is hope. Like you said, there are forces of good. There ARE forces of good.
Alan: I think too, you also have people who will, somehow or another, get the cash up and do the right thing. Thatís a hard thing in this day and age is to get people to put their cash forward even to make a movie that might be politically incorrect or whatever. It just shows you that people with enough intention and guts to do it can actually do it.
Dan: I agree. I agree. Anyway, God bless and thank you.
Alan: Thanks for calling.
Dan: Take care.
Alan: You too.
I was going to close with an article here to show you how up and up things are in this world of ours and how things are always out in the open, eh? And you are informed. You are very informed. This is from the Times.
Lord Oxburgh, the climate science peer, Ďhas a conflict of interestí
Ben Webster, Environment Editor / From The Times / March 23, 2010
A member of the House of Lords (A: Thatís the British Senate basically.) appointed to investigate the veracity of climate science has close links to businesses that stand to make billions of pounds from low-carbon technology. (A: This is Britainís Al Gore.)
Lord Oxburgh is to chair a scientific assessment panel that will examine the published science of the Climatic Research Unit at the University of East Anglia. (A: Because of all of the scandal that was exposed about their conology.)
The CRU has been accused of manipulating and suppressing data to overstate the dangers from climate change. (A: Changes in the weather, thatís what I call it. I donít go by their terminology that brainwashes us.) Professor Phil Jones, its director, has stood down from his post while a separate inquiry, chaired by Sir Muir Russell, takes place into the leaking of e-mails sent by him and his colleagues. (A: So this independent inquiry, by the way, is headed up by Sir Muir Russell who is a member of the Royal Society who voted FOR the belief in climate change. They are all behind climate change. So thatís the INDEPENDENT inquiry, right.)
Climate sceptics questioned whether Lord Oxburgh, chairman of the Carbon Capture and Storage Association and the wind energy company Falck Renewables, was truly independent because he led organisations that depended on climate change being seen as an urgent problem. (A: So the foxes are doing their own inquiries here and theyíve got everything counting on it. The whole agenda counts on this conology going on to enslave us even further.)
From Hamish and myself in Ontario, Canada, itís good night and may your God or your Gods GO with you.
Topics of show covered in following links:
Digital Economy Bill-Will effect You Tube and Others
Government Webpage for Every Citizen for Paperless Society
Next Generation Gov. Issued ID Cards--"Strategic" and will Replace Bank Card etc. for All Transactions
Roadside Fingerprinting Goes Nationwide-Britain
Central Figure in CDC Vaccine Cover-UP Absconds with 2 Million dollars of Funds
Lord Oxburgh, Climate Science Peer, is Full of Bull(ion)
Transcribed by Diana