January 9, 2008 (#60)
"CUTTING THROUGH THE MATRIX"
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Title Copyright Alan Watt January 9, 2008:
NOT SO WORTHY (GRAND)MASTERS –
TOTALITARIAN REGIME NECESSARY
© Alan Watt January 9, 2008
Title & Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - January 9, 2008 (Exempting Music, Literary Quotes and Callers' Comments)
"Code of Silence" by Bruce Springsteen
code of silence that we don't dare speak
There's a wall between us and a river so deep
And we keep pretending that there's nothing wrong
But there's a code of silence and it can't go on
truth so elusive, so elusive as you can see
that it ain't enough baby
To bridge the distance between you and me
There's a list of grievance 100 miles long
There's a code of silence and it can't go on
Hi folks. I'm Alan Watt and this is Cutting Through the Matrix. I'm Alan Watt and this is Cutting Through the Matrix on January 9th, 2008, and there certainly is a list of grievance 100 miles long if the people only looked at their history including their recent history and started doing some thinking about it. For newcomers, look into alanwattsentientsentinel.eu. That's the European site where you can download transcripts in English and in the tongues of Europe and you can print them up and pass them around to your friends. Now lots of people do this. They put them in laundromats and different places, even waiting rooms and doctors, surgeries and so on, and you'd be surprised how many people pick them up and eventually get in touch with me.
Look at cuttingthroughthematrix.com. That's the main website where you can download archives and audios and previous shows with much of the information to do with this strange matrix called reality that most people take for granted as somehow evolved on its own and nothing is ever so far from the truth as that because they have planners at the top. Planners who look to the future, who are paid to look to the future actually, big think tanks and special think tanks, each one specializing in their own areas of culture and population and so on; economics. Everything revolves around economics and they project how many people they want in the future, how to control them, what kind of peaceable society they wish to have, and they simply market it into being. They market it into your heads through fiction and novels and cartoons even for the children and they indoctrinate you through the educational system.
I read a lot of the revolutionists' books when I was growing up because I realized there was big movements afoot and I couldn't really come to grips with what was behind it all and I wanted to find out what was behind it all during the Cold War era. It was fascinating to read some of the books that were printed in New York mainly on communism for the communists in fact. That was the biggest outlet, New York, and they'd reprint all of Lenin's speeches and Trotsky's and all the main ring leaders of the Bolshevik Revolution that eventually was called communism and it was fascinating to see all this theory, all this theory based on survival of the fittest really. It came all the way from Darwinism and then you followed Darwinism back to England and from the elite of England and you realized it was simply two heads of the same coin, capitalism and communism. Communism was another method of trying out a policy on a very good population, a population that would be brought up to be obedient to this new communist system thinking they were all working together for themselves for each other and for a long time that was the case in the communist system. Whereas in the capitalist one they made you chase after carrots and tell you you'd actually catch it one day. I'll be back with more after these messages.
Hi folks. I'm Alan Watt and we're Cutting Through the Matrix and I was talking about what I realized early on that huge experiments were going on across the world and communism was one of them. In fact they called it "the second great experiment," the first one being the birth of the United States of America. That was also called the great experiment and the U.S. was to be a big experiment in not just capitalism but corporate capitalism. Right from the beginning it had the foundations of the ability for huge corporations to rise and become international. The communist system was going to be a system where supposedly the people technically on paper owned everything and it would all be run with equality et cetera, et cetera, but the public would obey the government because they would think they were working for each other for the whole group, the collective. It was very easy to see that there were big games going on during the whole Cold War and I got into the books on all of it very early and it always led you back in time.
Back, as I say, because we forget that when Darwin came out with his whole theory on evolution, which was really an elite justification of why they were the elite, really, that's what it was all about, that they were the most advanced species on the planet because they'd used special selective breeding. They didn't marry commonly as the ordinary people did. The commoners did. They selected their mates or had them selected for them, so power and intellect and cunning married power, intellect and cunning, and therefore their offspring was powerful, intellectual and cunning. That was the whole idea of this elite Darwinism and the survival of the fittest.
From their point of view they're quite right if that's what their whole philosophy is based on, because in this system, which is a psychopathically built system, the culture is psychopathic too, then naturally those who are aggressive and ruthless and have a bit of cunning are more likely to get to the top than someone who is very polite and has a conscience. He'll stay at the bottom of the ladder and cry his eyes out, but the ones who claw up there of course have no problems with that at all.
It goes back as I say to Darwin, which is a form of high Masonry. Not low Masonry. They know very little at the bottom, but higher Masonry is really based on a form of Hinduism including the whole theory of evolution and transmigration of souls et cetera including the physical as well. Hinduism goes into the primordial slime and out of that comes this little being, an amoeba, and it eventually goes into something else and something else and something else, until you get these strutting peacocks that are all dressed up called aristocratic humans and that's what it was based on.
Early on I realized there were big players on the British side of this that as the Indians say, "white man speaks with fork tongue," because people like Bertrand Russell and others were talking about averting nuclear disaster and he was put in charge of the Committee of 100, which was the most radical anti-nuclear movement out there. It was his group that stormed a lot of the U.S. military bases in Britain and other countries; and I thought why is an aristocrat like him, he was Lord Bertrand Russell, leading this charge? It just didn't make any sense and I got into his books and I realized the more expensive ones – which they did have at some of the better libraries, some of them were 500 pounds, you couldn't afford to buy those and that's why they were so expensive – they don't want the common folk reading them. This man really was all for population reduction of the "unfit," which is the masses, the very people he was mobilizing to supposedly fight this nuclear threat. He was a complete elitist and he did believe in eugenics. They all believed in eugenics. Tremendous eugenicists, all of them, and not just him but many others, Frank Notestein. He also came out with books on population control and worked at the United Nations and he started to get the idea they really did want to cull off the population, bring them down, by any means possible and they generally did sort of get their way because they talked about reducing the population and the family.
They had to start with the family. The family was the problem. They mentioned that they'd have to get zero population rate to feel safer at the top and that was basically what they were saying, safer at the top, which really meant that if two people got married then they should only have two children maximum and no more, preferably less.
This particular character Notestein, N-O-T-E-S-T-E-I-N, Frank Notestein, he died in 1983 and this is from Old-Thinker News, December 19th, 2007.
"Frank Notestein was one of the most influential population control activists and demographers of the 20th century. His work led to the establishment of demography as an academic discipline. He worked as the first director of the population division of the United Nations…"
Alan: You know those guys that have the nice clean image, supposedly.
"…was instrumental in the founding of John D. Rockefeller's Population Control Council in 1952…"
Alan: Now remember, Mr. Rockefeller had already set up the American Eugenics Society many, many years before that and they brought in the mandatory sterilization of what they called "the unfit" or "mentally feeble." This guy worked for --
"…the Population Council in '52 and was a director of population research at Princeton University."
Alan: Once again, the big universities, the Ivy League types where they turn out more guys just like Mr. Notestein himself.
"In a paper written by Notestein in 1969 titled "The Problem of Population Control," he outlines a strategy of quickening the pace of depopulation. Notestein admits that economic modernization would "...bring the birthrate down automatically." However, he goes on to state that more drastic measures must be taken because in his opinion this method would not be fast enough. "Coercion" and the "institution of a totalitarian regime" are Notestein's solutions.
Alan: He says this in his own book:
"...The need for an early reduction of the birthrate is acute. Birthrates in the past have fallen most rapidly in the context of modernization and social-economic change. But there is nothing in the European experience to suggest that we must rely solely on gradual and automatic changes in society. One often meets the glib generalization, particularly in the underdeveloped countries, that it is only necessary to concentrate on social and economic modernization since it is well known that we can rely on these processes to bring the birthrate down automatically. The argument neglects the time-span required for such an adjustment... Even if we could be assured of rapid social and economic development the lag in transition between reduction of death rates and the reduction of birth rates poses enormous problems of population growth."
Alan: Now this is all the stuff that goes back to Thomas Malthus, remember, another top economist who worked for the British Crown and the East India Company that was owned by the Crown.
"...even if successful, voluntary family planning programs cannot be expected to resolve the world population dilemma. Even in the more developed countries, and notably in the United States, surveys show couples desiring more children than are necessary for replacement..."
Alan: See they've already decided how many you should have.
"…Thus we cannot rely on the self-interested…"
Alan: Self-interested choices, eh?
"…of individual couples to met society's needs."
Alan: They decide what society is and how many they want, but you can't do it yourself, you don't have the mental capacity to be adult enough to choose.
"…The only acceptable goal is zero rate of growth because any rate of growth continued long enough leads to astronomical figures. Given existing preferences in family size, governments must go beyond voluntary family planning."
Alan: Governments must go beyond voluntary family planning. That's for the hard of thinking.
"…To achieve zero rate of population growth governments will have to do more than cajole; they will have to coerce."
Alan: He's talking about forcing.
"The logical target for legal and institutional pressures is the family: pressures to postpone marriages; economic pressures and inducements for married women to work outside the home; provision of free abortions for all women requesting them; downgrading of familial roles…"
Alan: That's the destruction of male-female roles
"…in comparison with extrafamilial roles; and restriction of housing and consumer goods..."
Alan: Make it harder to get homes and rent and so on and afford the stuff that you need for a family and children.
"…Such institutional changes supply motivation for family limitation and the provision of free abortions affords a means…"
Alan: He was looking at the Soviets because that's what they used in the Soviet system was free abortion. They didn't bother with any other type of birth control.
"…implications of such major institutional changes go far beyond population control."
Alan: Now this is very important here. People don't really think when they read.
"…The family is the basic social unit of society and its major institution for the socialization of the children..."
Alan: The family you see is the major institute of society and for the socialization of the children. You pass on your ideas to your children. He says:
"…to impose more drastic changes on a large scale implies many risks…"
Alan: He's talking about destroying the family.
"…not least to the regime that undertakes them. The price for this type of population control may well be the institution of a totalitarian regime."
Alan: Sound familiar? I'll be back with more after these messages. Hi folks. I'm Alan Watt and Cutting Through the Matrix and just reading some of Frank W. Notestein's comments that he printed in one or two of his books to do with population reduction and he was speaking on behalf of the elite and the Rockefeller Foundation and the United Nations. I used to try and get this across to my parents and other people, even teachers at school, and the odd reactions they would have to what I was telling them astounded me more than anything because it was almost as though everything that they heard and I spoke about didn't concern them. That's what the people today, the walking dead, the ones whose conditioning has taken well on them, the condition has taken on them well, they can't comprehend those above them would possibly actually go ahead and do something about what they're talking about. That's precisely why these guys do talk about these things, they're talking to each other about what they want to do and they don't make wish lists. They actually do it.
It's all very real and we see the spraying in the skies and all the rest of it. We see the effects of inoculations. We see the incredible rate of cancer that's now one in two. It's getting taught in medical schools as always being that way, which is a total lie, because years ago it used to be taught the different kinds of cancers, the specific rates per population, country et cetera, and you'd be astounded to see the differences. We're being brought down as they said they would do.
I'm going to go on to callers now because there are quite a few there and I'm going to take Howie from New Mexico. Are you there, Howie?
Howie: Yes sir.
Alan: Yes, how are you?
Howie: Oh sir, I love your books.
Alan: You like them, eh?
Howie: Oh, sir, I'm not the one to bring you down. I'm trying to lift you up. In fact, I love what you talk about. I mean the people I've talked to don't understand me.
Alan: No, they won't.
Howie: They won't?
Alan: No. People can't understand – unless it's on the 6 o'clock news, exactly what Brzezinski talked about they've trained them so well and they believe that the media is there to do their thinking for them.
Howie: Well I don't have a television and I don't listen to the media.
Alan: That’s why your brain's working. You'll be thinking for yourself.
Alan: Any questions?
Howie: Can you feel this – well you know what? I deal on a different level I think. I'm in touch with something higher and you know what I'm talking about because you can feel it. I'm sure you can. Because no man can notice things and not feel what I feel and you are a real man.
Alan: Well thanks for saying so.
Howie: I'm black though and people think all black people are the same. Not true and I'm sorry sir.
Alan: Once you get to a certain understanding of things--
Howie: I'm by myself. I have no black friends. No white ones either.
Alan: Yes, I know the feeling.
Howie: I mean I've got money. I've got gold. I've got silver. I've got everything I need but I did this but I never feel asleep and it's a lonely world.
Alan: You're quite correct. That's the price you will pay for knowledge and understanding.
Howie: It is sir? You're right sir. I'm very lonely. I've got everything I want but I'm a lonely man, so is it worth it?
Alan: I think it's worth it because to be honest with you sometimes when your mind goes into overdrive, which it will do, I'm sure you know what I mean, it goes into overdrive and your mind is racing in areas where the average person couldn't even imagine exists.
Howie: That's true sir.
Alan: And you're on a roll and you're probably much bigger than you normally are. It's hard to explain to other people but everything – if you were actually wired up to an EEG machine your brain would be firing off in a thousand directions and that's without drugs.
Howie: Yes sir it is. I'm trying to calm it down.
Alan: I know, I know.
Howie: And sir, I'm all by myself out here but you know what I'm talking about. You feel me.
Alan: I know exactly what you're talking about.
Howie: Love you sir.
Alan: You hang in there.
Alan: Thanks for calling. Now I've got Daniel from California. Are you there, Daniel? Hello Daniel.
Daniel: Yes I'm here.
Alan: Go ahead.
Daniel: You know a couple of days ago they had that prediction show on Coast to Coast and it was pretty funny. I love these guys on giving their predictions for the New Year. Everybody saying it came to them in a dream. It's almost like Noory set them up or actually it was Art Bell because see Art Bell was on there saying no pros. I don't want no remote viewers. I don't want no psychics. I just want everybody to call in with predictions from their gut. Did it come to you in a dream or what not? Well you know I felt that he was setting everybody up for a – I don't know. He was preconditioning them because everybody kept saying oh this is I got in the dream. It just came to me.
Alan: Yes I know. You understand that most people are suggestible and at nighttime that's why they put the news on late at night and shows like that because you're already in a hypnotic state.
Daniel: It was incredible. Do you want me to hold?
Alan: Yes, hold on. We'll be back after this break. Hi folks. I'm Alan Watt Cutting Through the Matrix and we're talking to Daniel in California who was talking about a late night show where they go into all the usual stuff. It's the stuff that children love. It's the stuff that teenagers love and at night even adults love it too because it's a dream state and I think sometimes they'll refer to it in that fashion like a sort of form of a dreamland where your imagination can go riot, but people are more suggestible at that particular time. That's why it's on so late at night and people stay up – people actually forego going to bed to stay to the wee hours of the morning. They get addicted to these kind of things because they are so suggestible at that time, where even that which is radically very improbable can become very, very, very possible to them in a dreamlike state.
I've noticed before, I mean Art used to have a little I'm sure fun as well when he brought up the shadow people and stuff like that and he says you'll see them out the corner of your eye but when you turn to look they've gone, and sure enough, all the suggestible ones phone in. They immediately start seeing shadow people and so on and it's the same group that put out the voices from hell. People forget that, the voices from hell by a Russian drilling team, oil-drilling rig, and sure enough, here's a microphone and all these voices from hell screaming. I mean it's all entertainment. If people could understand it's meant to be entertainment, but today they're deliberately mixing entertainment with certain facts here and there and that's the blurring of reality and that's a form of control actually. It's rather sad it's gone that far when you blur the distinction between entertainment and reality. Are you still there, Daniel?
Daniel: Yes, I'm here. Yes, it was pretty amazing. There was like nobody on there saying anything that came from intuition, you know.
Alan: Every year or two the newspapers publish all the so-called soothsayers predictions and it's quite amazing when you realize they've put out quite a few hundred every year to try and cover every base. If they get two or three right, which is fairly usual for anybody to pick, to guess, and yet they'll push those ones and they won't tell you about the other 397 they got wrong.
Daniel: Yes exactly and that's the one thing I always notice too is they always tell you about the hits but they never tell you about the misses. It's funny because nobody is telling you look, if you take this ingredient and this ingredient and this ingredient and you put it in the oven you're going to get a result. Nobody's on that show saying that. Everybody's on there saying oh it came to me in a dream, 150 people are going to die from a steamroller hitting them or something.
Alan: I'll tell you one thing I've noticed and I tell people too to try and avoid this. You know they've changed the coffee. The coffee literally was highly modified genetically about 10 years ago and it was the purchasers that put pressure on all the world's coffee growers to use these modified crops or they would not buy their coffee.
Daniel: You know that's funny because I was speaking to somebody about that the other day and they just couldn't believe it. I was like you know there's some buyers that go to these companies and tell them if you don't put this ingredient into your product then I'm not buying it and I'm your 90 percent buyer.
Alan: When the big boys go after things that are commonly used by the public, whether it's food or drinks, you beware of them. I tried some of this instant coffee instantly. I used to be able to drink instant coffee until midnight and I'm telling you your mind is racing all night long with the weirdest dreams you've ever experienced. The most bizarre dreams so I told everybody else, before some people phone me up and talk about these nightmares they have and I'll ask them right away do you drink coffee these days? Yeah, I do. I said stop the coffee and sure enough the dreams stopped.
Daniel: It's just pretty scary because you know how people are so suggestible; I'm a true believer in that character is fate. That what you have inside of you, if you do not solve it, it will manifest itself outside of you, so if you believe in the demons and the boogeyman they'll eventually come. And to see people do that on that show is just--
Alan: It's rather sad.
Daniel: It let me down because this show is supposed to be – you know sometimes, don't get me wrong, they've got people on there speaking of Satan and all but there is some good psychology on those shows and things like that that I just pay attention to and have kind of just let me down.
Alan: There's an old saying and I think people should really heed this saying very well. Remember they always put good stuff out there to hook you on the show, but the danger comes from stuff they're also hooking you into and it's intentional.
Daniel: The toxicity that seeps through.
Alan: There's an old saying that says, "fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me."
Daniel: Oh, definitely. That's why when I listen to these shows it's like people don't have cognitive dissonance anymore you know.
Alan: I know. Well, they have the dissonance all right. They're totally confused and they're so suggestible unfortunately. Remember what Bertrand Russell says, the time will come when anybody will be able to make everyone else believe anything at all given adequate government help and aid and power behind them et cetera. These are all sciences that are quite easy to do.
Daniel: I have one last question about your books. Do you go into a lot of ancient old history about the bible because that stuff interests me.
Alan: It's in there. You have to get them and read them because I go through more esoteric explanations than anyone else. They've all copied it since but they still get it wrong here and there. Yes, I go into that.
Daniel: Beautiful. Well thanks Alan once again for all your information and hopefully I'll get one of your books here pretty soon.
Alan: Sure enough.
Daniel: All right. Take it easy.
Alan: Bye now.
Alan: Now I've got Jeff from Texas. Are you there, Jeff? Hello.
Jeff: Hi Alan. I have a comment and a question. I'm new to your material and I've been trying to catch up by listening to your archive interviews. I really appreciate your efforts to expose the history of the New World Order over the last 1,000 years, but it seems that when it comes to the subject of classical or ancient history your claims get really outrageous and I was shocked to hear on your George Noory Coast to Coast interview that you claimed that Jesus never existed and that the 12 tribes--
Alan: I'm not going into a biblical discussion or debate with people's beliefs here, okay? Number one, you know yourself there's been many, many people before, sun gods, who die for the world as the sun does every day. You know the mother is always a virgin. You know all this stuff. I don't have to explain this to you.
Jeff: No. I'm talking about the primary historical record.
Alan: I'm not going to go into what a belief is about. It's a belief system. That's why it's called a belief system. It's not fact. It's a belief system, which is based on faith, right? It's faith belief based.
Jeff: Am I cut off here?
Alan: No, not yet.
Alan: But I'm not going to go into a debate about your belief system.
Jeff: Can I talk? Can I say something?
Alan: Go ahead.
Jeff: I'm talking about the actual annals of Rome. I'm talking about the writings of Tacitus. I'm talking about [Lucius]. I'm talking about [Josephus].
Alan: We also know that a lot of that stuff was re-doctored many centuries later, and that's another thing you see. They doctored them to in the Vatican. We know that.
Jeff: No. The annals of Tacitus were not doctored by the Vatican.
Alan: What you're trying to get at is to justify what you believe in and that's where religion belongs, is what you want to believe. There's enough evidence pro and con to keep the battle going on forever. That's why it boils down to faith for the individual believer.
Jeff: No Alan. Do you have specific proof that--
Alan: Okay. We'll go on to the next one because this is going to be an argument. I know it. Hello. Who are we on to now? Rick from California. Are you there, Rick?
Rick: Oh hi Alan. This is Rick. Yes. This is in response to an earlier show you did this week. This is about the Checkmate. I've gotten involved in it. I've called up some congresswoman and I wrote some letters and apparently Arnold Schwarzenegger is being funded by Suterra and the company Suterra sent a threatening letter to Indymedia saying you're publishing our proprietary secret information, our trade secrets. The letter sent a threatening – I just want to read you this real quick. This is what I wrote to Suterra.
It goes: "I don't work for Indymedia but I read Indymedia, so your chemicals can be used to spray over our cities affecting us and we're not allowed to view your copyrighted proprietary chemical compositions, huh? As far as I'm concerned you forfeited that right as soon as citizens in Santa Cruz were forced to breathe your toxins. We have the right to know what you're putting into our lungs. I live in Southern California which the USDA is going to spray with Checkmate sooner or later. You're damn sure that when me or my family get sick from the Checkmate stuff I'm going to have every chemical in Checkmate analyzed because when Checkmate comes to my town I'm going to post every ingredient everywhere. I'm going to paste the entire breakdown on walls and bus stops everywhere. I'm going to shout it from the roof tops we the people are not going to take this anymore." And their response was a polite, "oh we are very busy. We're processing your request."
Alan: I know. Isn't democracy wonderful?
Rick: Yes, yes, I just wanted to share with you that you motivated me to speak out and do what I can and you mentioned that speaking to the right people who matter. Who are the right people who matter in this case? Would it be the congressmen, the governor or would be certain organizations?
Alan: Well definitely, I mean where are all these health fanatical organizations? Where are they when you need them? It's like the anti-war movement. Where are they when you need them?
Rick: Yes. The ACLU won't touch it. The Sierra Club won't touch it.
Alan: Where's the big religions when you need them? Why aren't they marching in the streets? Why aren't they even talking about? They're still debating if Jesus existed.
Rick: Right. Everybody's debating about putting things – I saw somebody put a bumper sticker on their car that said "Rapture Ready. This vehicle may soon become unmanned."
Alan: Well there you go. I know. They've got insurance policies out for some of them. It was on the television a few years ago, where they're actually selling insurance policies in case your husband gets whipped off to heaven and you're left behind with the children. Only in America.
Rick: In the church I used to belong to, and I'm not a Christian anymore, I mean I'm more into the esoteric, but back in the early '90s when I was younger and more ignorant I belonged to this church and I found out this name of this person who I used to know who used to be my friend in the church. He's very hard-core Christian so I looked him up and I found out that's he's working for General Atomics. He's building the unmanned aerial drones that bomb people in Africa.
Alan: You'll find a lot of these. I don't understand how they can combine. Actually, I do, but these characters can combine any agenda with their religion. They're psychopathic too. There's a lot of psychopathics in religion there too you know.
Rick: This guy was just an engineer and he's just a normal guy and people say well how – these people are too inbred. They're too dumb to rule the world because they're too inbred and I said because they hire people like you.
Alan: Like you. I now.
Rick: Anyway, Alan, thank you very much. I just wanted to put that out there.
Alan: Thanks for calling. Now we've got Alex in New York. Are you there, Alex? Hello Alex?
Alex: Yes. Can you hear me?
Alan: Yes, go ahead.
Alex: Hey, how you doing? I was wondering if I could get your opinion on a person named Michael Tsarion?
Alan: I don't generally give opinions about people. I could certainly give you a lot of data, but I won't.
Alex: You won't? You won’t say anything about it?
Alan: No. I leave people to be bemused by their own inclinations.
Alex: Okay. Well it's just because I'm on the internet and I'm talking to other young people and lot of young people are really --
Alan: Falling for it.
Alex: They're caught up in this sort of thing that this guy is selling them as kind of this New Age kind of a belief and so a lot of them don't even care about the war going on or the chemtrails or anything because they kind of believe in this New Age thing that's going to come along and wake everyone up.
Alan: I know and I keep telling people all they really have to know is that the CIA and MI6 have been behind the whole New Age movement for the last 70 years at least from Britain's side anyway and then when the CIA was started up they led and helped fund the whole New Age movement for the U.S. For the rest of these other characters that are put out there, I just call the Pied Pipers and I could say an awful lot more but I really shouldn't, so I'll just let that part go.
Alex: Can you say anything about an occult leader, an occult following and these people who believe in what he's saying, they have a really hard time letting go.
Alan: Of course, it's designed actually to hit that particular age group. It's scientifically designed to get into their minds, to grab their imaginations and to create a sort of pantheistic nature-based society. Don't forget what Gorbachev said. He said in his own book, "Towards A New Civilization," he says, "I'm an atheist," and then later on he tells you in the same book he says, "we are creating a new religion for the people and it will be based on a form of earth worship." It all ties together with the whole agenda, the depopulation, save Mother Earth, call back powers to help you, we're all one in this great big collective where the unconscious mind, the great world unconscious mind that's made up of all of us is running the world and all that kind of stuff; and it's very appealing to the youth. It's designed for them in fact. You add to it fatalism. It's in the stars or it's predicted. It's a prophecy or whatever and they go along with it thinking it’s all quite natural.
Alex: I'm seeing it everywhere this new religion that everyone is buying into. It's just really scary to see how well it's working and how it's just everywhere.
Alan: They started that back in the late 1800's to get the big ball rolling up to where it is today. It took a long time and it's well funded. It's well funded. Okay?
Alex: All right. Thank you very much.
Alan: Thanks for calling in. Now I've got Robert from Arkansas. Are you there, Robert?
Robert: Hello Mr. Watt.
Robert: Early in the show you mentioned Charles Darwin and survival of the fittest and I remember that Charles Darwin had ten children and they weren't very fit at all.
Alan: No they were not because they'd all been – I mean he was at least the third or maybe fourth generation Darwin who intermarried with the Wedgwood families. They all kept marrying the same family and his own children, he had ten of them, I think eight died very early on, some at birth.
Robert: Well I have a list here of them. A daughter died after birth. A daughter at--
Alan: I know. We can't go through them all because of the time, but his last one I think ended up in an insane asylum and then when his wife died, who was a Wedgwood, he married his mother's sister.
Robert: Oh my goodness. I was thinking if Darwin wanted the fittest children maybe he should have married a strong black woman.
Alan: Definitely and he'd probably have been a lot happier too, a lot happier as well, but he only married into the Wedgwood because this was selective planned breeding and you'll find that goes way back through the many centuries with these particular groups of people. There's nothing odd about that at all with them. Their idea was even if you get one who lived, then he would have to have perfect traits, so as long as you got one out of ten they were doing pretty good.
Robert: All of those folks who believe in intermarriage among small groups really should think about expanding their horizons.
Alan: That's right. I'll be back with more after these messages. Hi folks. I'm Alan Watt and I don't know if we'll make all these three callers but we've got Chris from Canada. Are you there, Chris?
Chris: Yes I am. Your voice is like the voice of reason in the night. It's great to hear. I've got a question for you. Is there somewhere to go escape this coming global police state? I mean the Masonic elite have the world gridded off and kind of accounted for, so is there some place to go?
Alan: I'll tell you some of the other nations which are out of some of the so-called third world countries, it will take years before they can implement all the changes which they have everywhere else. To be honest with you, we are in a prison here.
Chris: Being in Canada is like the worst place to be or one of the worst?
Alan: It's not as bad as the states will be.
Chris: What about heading south and going to a less developed country. Would that be--
Alan: No south. I was thinking way out of the continent because all of Latin America they have big changes planned for all of Latin America and that's why the U.S. has been in there creating, fomenting revolutions for 50 years, it's to keep a grip on those countries for when they're going to use them for other purposes. Chile and those countries are going to be the breadbasket for a good part of the world. India is going to be another one. The north of India isn't a bad place to go, Northern India.
Chris: So the whole Americas is pretty much locked down and controlled by the illuminati?
Alan: I've been saying for years that when America fulfilled its destiny – they used to call it the "manifest destiny," and that's a Masonic term, and what they meant was to bring a federated world into existence. When it was finishing it off they'd pull the rug from underneath it and bring them down to the same level that they'd created for everyone else across the world and that's happening right now.
Chris: Really. Now is there a timeline that you see like really close?
Alan: We know that the unification of the Americas goes back to the Free Trade negotiations in the '80's they talked about the amalgamation being complete to start in earnest in 2005, which it was, on the CBC. That's where they signed the first major agreement openly to the public at Waco, Texas, and they're signing one every year now up until 2010. That's to be the complete unification of the Americas, then we're on a roll for massive change.
Chris: Do you see them doing the plague scenario? Is it a good excuse just to lock our doors down?
Alan: I'm pretty certain. I mean every paper you pick up they've got these experts again all saying it's inevitable. It's the greatest way to control populations and you make them move or keep them where they are, depending on what they say. Pandemics are fantastic because they can spring it up every two or three years in different areas and have safe areas at some times and infected areas and actually move populations. They want to get everybody on the move because this is the age of chaos while they bring out a completely new society at the end of it.
Chris: Engage the herding instinct so people will lose their minds, right? Just follow the leader.
Chris: Thank you. Appreciate you taking my call.
Alan: Thanks for calling. Now we've got Vince from Canada. Are you there, Vince?
Vince: Hello. Hi, it's Vince.
Alan: Yes go ahead.
Vince: I got your DVD and I want to let the listeners know that you have really great products and they're very informative and anyone listening should at least pick up some of them. That way they can better inform themselves and contribute to your great information.
Alan: Yes. I forgot to plug myself. I never do plug myself and thanks for doing it, because that's what keeps me going. You can also donate by PayPal now if you do [see www.cuttingthroughthematrix.com for details].
Vince: Thank you very much.
Alan: Thanks for calling.
Well, from Hamish and myself, from up here in Canada, it's good night and may your god or your gods go with you.
(Transcribed by Linda)