August 6th, 2010 (#637)
Alan Watt "Cutting Through The Matrix" LIVE on RBN:
Poem Copyright Alan Watt August 6th, 2010:
Rule of Law, Transparency and Equality -- Not:
"Each Day Our Masters Continue the Game,
Pushing Agenda with More of the Same,
Under Freedom of Information, There'll be Proof,
In Fifty Years They'll Come Out with the Truth,
'Course by Then No One Will Care,
Programmed Neurons Will be Unable to Dare
Put Together this Great Jigsaw Puzzle,
Kept Secret from Plebs by Media's Muzzle,
Important Stuff's Secret for Perpetuity,
All Under Guise of National Security,
This Ruling Oligarchy's So Much to Hide,
It's Only to the "Well-Tested" They Confide,
Yet for the Public, We're an Open Book,
So Feds and Agencies can Laugh and Look,
Nothing to be Hidden, Even Moments Delicious,
Trying to Complain Makes One Suspicious,
Yes, Only the Masters Can have a Ball,
Then Use National Security to Hide it All"
© Alan Watt August 6th, 2010
Poem & Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - August 6th, 2010 (Exempting Music, Literary Quotes, and Callers' Comments)
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Hi folks, I'm Alan Watt and this is Cutting Through the Matrix on August the 6th, 2010. Now as always, to get it over and done with, I tell people at the beginning of the show, to go into cuttingthroughthematrix.com website, and bookmark all the official sites you'll see listed on that frontage. If you have trouble with downloads sticking or any problems, try these alternate sites. So many folk go into the .com site at the same time, generally the day after the show, that they tend to jam it up a bit. Now remember, they all have transcripts too, a lot of transcripts in English of the shows I've done, along with the audios, and if you want transcripts in other languages go into alanwattsentientsentinel.eu, and you'll see that listed on the front page as well, and you can take your choice of the various languages of Europe. And remember too, while you're at it, that I'm probably the only host out here who does not make a living by advertisers. I've had the offers of course, you always get the offers coming in all the time, because if you promote their products, then you get a darn good hefty fee for doing so. But then again you're kind of tied to what you can say, and what you can't say on certain things, and this way with you helping me get by, just about get by with donations and buying the books I sell, then I don't have to take the advertisers. The advertisers you hear on this show pay their money directly to RBN for the airtime. That helps pay their bills, and their staff, and their equipment, board ops, and the transmission of course, as well. So it's up to you to help me out. So, purchase the books. They're different from any of the other books you'll get out there. I don't go into the usual dates and times and generals of history. I show you the cons of history, and the cons that work to control millions, and now today it's billions of people, the world over. We're living in a world society. We've been global for an awful long time. The only reason they don't tell you you're global is they still want you to join armies and go off and fight and finish off the last few countries to bring them under their central banking, global banking, world banking system. So, buy the books, and hopefully that will help keep me ticking over. Remember from the U.S. to Canada, you can purchase them via personal check. You can also use an international postal money order, from your post office. Or you can send cash, or order by paypal. You'll see a donation button there, just send the donation, then a separate email with your name, address, and your order, and I'll get it out to you. Across the rest of the world, it's the same idea. You can send cash, Western Union, which is kind of hefty mind you, Money Gram, which is a bit cheaper, or paypal for donating or to purchase, it's all up to you.
You have to understand the tricks and the cons that are played on our minds all down through the ages, and believe you me, mind control over masses of people is far easier than over an individual. This is something they've always known, because we are a social creature. And we are spiritual in a sense. We're always looking for something beyond all that is, and therefore they supply it for us, and keep us subjugated under an elite, who's always closer to the deity than anyone else. Today it's a scientific dictatorship we're into, where the sciences serve their masters, who are the money men, all under the Darwinian theories of Survival of the Fittest. They've proved they're the fittest by simply being up there where they are. Everybody down below of course have failed the grade. And you're the junk genes that according to the theory must die off. You can't bring the old type into the new for the next evolution, that's a particular must-be in Darwinism. You can't bring the old type along, it will pull the new type down. So, we're simply being taken down gradually, as we standardize the world for the masters. We still accept this thing called money to build them their shelters. They'll go on into infinity across the world, underground shelters. We still bring in the food that's being stored forever for them too, to make sure they and their offspring can keep going on for a few centuries, after we're all gone.
Hi folks, I'm Alan Watt, we're Cutting Through the Matrix, and what a matrix it is, isn't it? You get through one room, only to find out you've got another room to go, and there's probably one above you and so on. It's compartmentalized really, this whole system in which we live, and right up to Prime Ministers and Presidents. They don't even know the half of it themselves. In fact they're chosen because they have the ability not to ask questions from their masters, especially to do with central banking and stuff like that. And you'll find too, with the scientific elite who help, most of them just simply cash in on what they see as a good thing. They think they'll be the ones who are also special. They're special people. They're more evolved. They'll come through as well, obviously, their masters will make sure of that. And that's how they all believe. Down below, of course, the enforcers are the soldiers, and the troops, the policemen, well the police have all been militarized now anyway, they're really given so many drugs and different things today, they don't know what to think. They're just machines basically, and that's how they've been made to be, is just kind of brutal machines, scary machines, so that the public during this Orwellian phase of the agenda simply are terrified of them and obey them. That's their function at the moment. Before we get into Brave New World, where no one will even need policemen around, we'll police ourselves. In fact the U.N. have whole articles about self-policing of the future. This is how they hope to bring us through, once they've altered us genetically so much and gone into genetic enhancement, which really means removing certain genes from sperm and ovum to create the perfect obedient slave. We'll be self policing, we won't do anything outside of our conditioning.
This is the Brave New World we're supposed to all go through, and of course, it's higher than governments. Governments as I say, really are owned by the big foundations and the big bankers. Governments have been owned by them for an awful long time. The U.S. history is awfully good about that, because they show you that everybody that ever went against the central banking system, the Federal Reserve, was generally assassinated, or at least attempted assassinations in one case. Others were definitely assassinated. And no one's going to touch this system, because you see, it wasn't just one bank in one country taking over. It was done in unison with all these same banks across the Western World at the same time. They all work identically to each other. That means there's a big organization obviously, a global organization that existed for an awful long time, at least for a couple of hundred years, to make it all so. It had to put out an agenda to make a standardized system across the world. They've been awfully successful, of course. And these same guys also run foundations and tax-free foundations, and call themselves philanthropists. Interestingly, even Weishaupt said that they would take over the world as a parallel system using philanthropy, and what became known as foundations, running these groups, these pressure groups which are called non-governmental organizations today. So, he knew that scheme, and others of course, across different institutions and Masonic organizations also knew the same scheme was on. And, as I say, they've been awfully, awfully successful.
A world to be run by those that are better, you see, better equipped to deal with the decisions. It's interesting too that even some of the U.S. founding fathers, because so many of them were Freemasons, went by the same credo, as many of the other writers like Manley P. Hall, who said that most of mankind could not rule themselves, and therefore they had to be ruled by the invisible ones, meaning the masters, the guys who had the big buckaroos at the top and ran everything. He said, eventually they'll have more freedom when they're able to handle themselves individually, but until then, they'd have to be run by a secret rule. Now this same thing you'll find in the Royal Institute of International Affairs, and you'll find it in Carroll Quigley's book, Tragedy and Hope, and his other one, the Anglo American establishment. Because the technique of the Royal Institute of International Affairs, under the guise of the British Empire, was to take over countries, change them, indoctrinate one set of children to grow up into this new system, that kind of British copy you might say, and once it's all up and running in the same fashion, again, with a central bank there, in league with the British bank, then they would draw out. That was all done under the League of Nations, then the United Nations. No withdrawal from a country until they're identical and could be left alone, and trusted then, you see.
We're still not running ourselves. We are not running ourselves at all. We call it democracies, and so on, different names for different things, but really, it's all the same con game that's going on. We are not allowed to run ourselves. You'll find that Rockefeller himself, at a speech, he said when he was thanking the press for keeping their meetings so secretive for forty years from the public. And he said that it's far better that bankers and intelligentsia run the countries of the world, rather than leaving it to individual nations to do it themselves. He said it was far better that they did it. Because obviously, they're far superior, and they know what they're doing. Now, they'll profit off wars and all the rest of it, but war to them is simply another advantage they take over and utilize towards the same agenda. Every so-called tragedy is used as an opportunity, as they say, and therefore they create their tragedies and profit from them, turn round and say to the public, my goodness, look at the massacres that happened in that war. We don't want that again. You've got to give up more rights under a global society with experts ruling you. Well that's all happened folks.
Worse than that, they came out with total war. Now total war, the concept of total war was first taught in Sandhurst in England to British officers in the early 1930s. Interestingly enough too, the man who became one of the top generals for Adolf Hitler also attended, and listened in, and he was a participant in this aspect of total war. That meant that any country that was targeted had all of its citizenry targeted too. No differentiation between fighting troops and the citizens. That's why, in WWII, Britain bombed thousands and thousands of workers' homes, because they were all legitimate targets. If they were all dead, then the factories wouldn't run, and then the war machine would grind down to a halt. That was the whole idea behind that, at least part of the idea. Another part too, that came out many, many years later was that during WWII, the U.S. and Britain, but mainly the U.S. had a design all set up for post WWII Germany, including the big shopping malls and so on. And they even had the shares sold to the companies that would take them over once they were up and paid for by lend-lease, meaning the taxpayers paid for it all, but they hand it over to their little boys who then run it privately. They had the same thing with Japan during WWII. You'll find that the right-hand man of FDR set up plans to rebuild Tokyo, and they firebombed Tokyo to wipe out the old houses. They were mainly sort of bamboo and paper to an extent with their old traditional houses, but they wiped them all out, and they had plans to turn Japan, or Tokyo especially into a new, modern capital city. They also had plans to make sure that the central bank would be run through the government itself, and that would get business started off quickly in Japan. And they also had decided then too, they would make it the electronics leader of the world. Germany would go back to industry, although East Germany certainly would allow all its factories to be uprooted and taken off bodily off to the Soviet Union, where they reassembled them and kept making things right up until the present day from them. Same stuff, they never improved them.
As for the countries that were victorious, mainly people like Britain, nothing. Ha, ha. Nothing. It used to be amazing during the 60s and 70s when they'd give out the statistics for who was running the economy, and who was top and so on, Britain was always at the bottom. And Germany was always way above them as it chucked manufacturing and turning out goods, etc, for prosperity, and Japan was way up there too. But of course, nobody knew in Britain at that time that that was the way it was intended to go, because they planned to take down the victors, because, you see, there's another group running the whole war industry, and they have no nationality. They use one country after another, and then they use guys like Hopkins to redesign Japan and all the rest of it. That's a sort of brief rundown on a little, little, very little bit of it.
And we know too that at Yalta, FDR and Stalin, Churchill and others met together to divvy up post WWII Europe, and give so many of the countries over to the Communists, condemning millions of people to death. That's the sort of things they do. Now who do they work for? They were obviously in on something. How could you possibly go to war to save a country like Poland for instance, that's how they used it initially to start it off, and then hand it over to the Soviets, who were supposedly the archenemy of democracy and capitalism? Doesn't make sense, does it? It doesn't even make sense that the Royal Institute of International Affairs at their annual meeting in 1938 in Australia said they'd have to save Russia by all means possible. Why would you try to save the very country who had sworn to cause revolutions across the whole of Europe, and completely destroy their systems of government and their way of life? Why would they do that folks? Hmm? Well, it didn't really matter anyway, because you see it was a big con game to start with. The Cold War was never going to go anywhere, in reality, at the higher levels that is. And they planned to unite the Soviet System and America and Britain and the other countries, seventy or eighty years down the road. Lenin said it himself, not quite capitalist, not quite communist. That's what would come out of it. That's where we are today. Back with more after these messages.
Hi folks, I'm back, and we're Cutting Through the Matrix. Just talking about a little bit of history, but it's to show you that the facts of what's happening in your time will never be disclosed to the public until about seventy or eighty years down the road. That's how it's always been. It's so amazing too, that under so-called freedom and democracy, you can apply to get sent information from governments, thinking there's a Freedom of Information Act; that's what Pierre Trudeau put in, in Canada. And you go and try to use it, and what he did actually was take away the freedoms that you already had to go and find out what happened in the past; but it sounded the opposite of course, and that's what they're very good at. Most folk don't use the services that are out there. It's when you try and use them you find out it's the opposite of what it means. Interesting too, that Pierre Trudeau just before he left signed a document to be reclassified for another fifty years to do with Gouzenko, who was the first Soviet spy ever to defect to the West, and he did it in Canada. As I mentioned too, because it was McKenzie who was in as the prime minister at the time, McKenzie was terrified, because at that time we were pals supposedly with Russia, and he told the RCMP to leave him out in the cold, and hope that the Russians would pick him up here and whisk him back home. Luckily Gouzenko managed to evade the cops and eventually he stayed. But he was told never to reveal to the public what he actually had given them, except he gave them dozens and dozens of pages of all the spies that were in Canada, most of them were in the bureaucracies of the Federal Government. That's no kidding, yeah. And, as I say, Pierre Trudeau, years later, when it came up to be released to the public, he reclassified it for another fifty, sixty years. You know something stinks when they do something like that. It's the same in Britain, with Kelly who was murdered of course, before he testified about what he knew about the con to go into war on Britain's behalf when Blair was there. Blair was the only one-man-band preaching war, and Kelly knew too much of course, and he was a very respectable person. They simply killed him, and now the coroner's report has been put under wraps for another seventy years. That's what governments do, you see. We're not supposed to ever really know the real reasons for anything during our lifetime. And it's the same with the wars going on in Afghanistan, all the basic PR nonsense is good enough for the majority of the public, because they don't think too deeply, and people will never know for about a hundred years, all of the real reasons that that was all taking place. We see signs of it now if we're thinking at all. We know there's pipelines to get put into different countries, including Israel, going across all that land, but they'll never mention that in the newspapers at the moment.
Now while all this is going on, and the public have been dumbed down, inoculated, lobotomized, bio-physically changed through chemicals, injections, all the rest of it, and their GMO food of course, which is all deliberate, they knew before they gave it, what they wanted to happen to the public. And I've mentioned the quotes before from many of the big players, who talked about dumbing them down, the reasons why you had to dumb them down and all the rest of it, for World Peace as they say. World Peace means no opposition to what they're up to. The British people are a good example to the rest of the world, as to how far it can go. They're way beyond most countries at the moment, because they really have had an incredible war on the minds of the people, and on their bodies as well, for an awful long time. They're the most surveyed people on the planet. And their culture is completely destroyed by design now, by mass immigration. And part of the reason for mass immigration is in the Rand report, if you go into them. Rand, this great private, not for profit organization, it calls itself, although it gives its managers a million dollars salary and stuff like that, who works for the big boys. The Rand corporation has got an article I'll read later on, where the population of Europe is plummeting and that's the reason they must bring in all these diverse immigrants supposedly. Britain has also got all these cameras everywhere, incredible, incredible cameras. This article says:
Big Brother facial recognition cameras being rolled out in NCP car parks
6th of August, Mail Online
Britons are already the most watched people on the planet, with each of us caught on camera an average of 3,000 times a week, and it's about to get worse.
New facial recognition cameras are now being trialed in car parks in a bid to identify potential car thieves.
NCP is testing the controversial Big Brother cameras in a number of Manchester car parks.
So footage of people entering the company's car parks will be automatically scanned by the computer. Their faces will be checked automatically to see if they will match pictures of known or suspected car thieves held on the company's own database.
(A: Well you know this all B.S., you know they don't care about this.)
NBCP says the system will allow staff to protect vehicles…
(A: And I won't read that nonsense either, I'll just carry on here.)
But if it works, he says, it's to go nationwide.
That's what they always do in Britain, they trial something out somewhere and then it goes nationwide within about a week or two. Can you imagine being watched everywhere you go? Because that literally is their end game. And I've read articles too recently that eventually governments will be able to piece together the whole history of a person from birth to death, using visual aids, meaning all their photographs of you, and many other techniques.
Hi folks, I'm Alan Watt, we're Cutting Through the Matrix. I keep getting cut off at 8:30pm, it's the weirdest thing. Anyway, I was talking about how we don't find out what's really going on for about fifty years down the road, seventy years. Depends how long they classify something as top secret. And the same thing happened by the way with the full Free Trade negotiations deal. There was thousands of pages put into an archive underground actually, 30 miles outside of Ottawa, not to be opened until about 2050 or something. We're not supposed to know what the whole agenda is to be there, you see. That's what democracy is all about. From the same government in Canada that made secret deals with Monsanto, which they had to admit to later nationally, on the national news. They admitted they made these secret deals to test the Canadian public out as guinea pigs with all the modified foods. We were not told for ten years. And we would not have been told if it hadn't leaked out from Britain. That's how it happened. So they could, with the National Health Service, follow our health, plummeting of course, as it was expected to do. That means their warfare technique is working, through our National Health Service. Easy to track folk then over their lifetimes. But that's what's going on as I say. Now here's another article too:
Pathological internet use among teens may lead to depression
Well, no wonder, no wonder. I get depressed trying to get the programs to work half the time, and keep updating them, as they constantly update them. You know too that all your spyware there is meant too to literally help rob all the stuff off your files and send it back to the NSA. That's why they gave you all that stuff free. And even the ones you pay for, it's the same thing. You know, we live in a Disney Land, a complete Disney Land, and we're kept like people in a Disney movie. We truly are. We really, really are.
Now, I've talked before about how policemen are becoming just like the military. They're being militarized, they've been brought up, a whole generation has been brought up watching the tough guys, the steroid guys smash things up, and smash houses down as they chase the suspects and so on. And they want to be part of the winning group, of course all you see of society at the bottom level is winners and losers, and you don't want to be a loser so you join the winners, and you take your steroids, and you've been dumbed down along with the rest of the population. You've had your lobotomies and they can't think very clearly, and they're not very smart. In fact they've actually had tests out and results of tests showing you they don't want police officers over a certain IQ level. They want them low. And so anyway, these guys are getting more and more aggressive because they get their steroids and all the rest of it, in amongst the population that literally are becoming sterile, and men effeminate. These guys are putting on the beef. It's a funny, strange kind of way they put the beef on all over them, a lot of fat too, mind you. And they get very aggressive, very, very aggressive. This article here shows you what's happening. Mail Online:
Police officers 'smashed Old Age Pensioner's driver's window and dragged him out of car' after he was stopped for not wearing seatbelt
(A: That's a bit of an overreaction wouldn't you say, eh? But they see this all in Hollywood movies and they copy it. That tells you their mentality. And their age mentality. This is the 5th of August, 2010)
Two policemen were suspended (A: That means nothing, they'll get back in a wee while) after a pensioner was left terrified by police who smashed in his car windows after catching him driving without a seatbelt.
(A: Now this guy has already had a stroke.)
When stroke victim Robert Whatley, 70 years old was pulled over in his Range Rover, he expected a brief discussion with the officers. But he claims he was forced to cover his face, and was showered with glass as one officer jumped onto his bonnet and kicked his windshield, while another repeatedly attacked the window with a baton.
The ensuing action was caught on film by a police camera, placed in the patrol car's dashboard.
(A: And you see the video on this actual website that I'll put up. Remember all these talks I do and articles I read, I put the links up at the end of the show, at the site cuttingthroughthematrix.com.)
The police video, released by Mr Whatley's solicitor, shows an officer taking a run up with a telescopic 'Asp' baton. (A: They call those telescopic ones, really nasty things.)
Also apparently captures the officers hitting the side window 15 times before it smashes and shows a policeman climbing onto the bonnet before Mr Whatley is dragged out of his car.
Retired businessman Mr Whatley said, "I couldn't believe what was happening. (A: Well who would, eh?) The police went completely over the top. You would have thought I robbed a bank. I was terrified when they started smashing the window and tried to kick in the windshield. I tried to shield myself but I was showered with glass, which could easily have gone into my eyes."
‘It’s something you might expect in America (A: That's what he thought, you know, because you've seen a lot of stuff in America) but not in the quiet of the British countryside.’
(A: Well, now you have. It's happening all over actually. I've seen a lot more then that. They even put a series called 'Cops' on to show you these guys, these predators just dying to get at the public and smash them up.)
The elderly man, who has a heart condition, was initially pulled over for not wearing a seatbelt. He drove through the country lanes of South Wales. Officers tried to issue him with a fixed penalty notice, but they said Mr Whatley drove off.
(A: Well, he drove off because he thought they were finished with him.)
The two Gwent police officers followed him for 8 miles along country lands for 17 minutes, before trying to stop the £60,000 Range Rover with a stinger device.
(A: I'm not sure what the stinger device is.)
But Mr Whatley pulled over again and waited for them to approach.
And that's when they smashed his car up. And then of course they charged him with not wearing a seat belt, and leaving the scene, etc, but not taking the ticket. They have to charge you with something after they've smashed up your vehicle you see. That's standard procedure. They're all told to do that. Lots of folk by the way are allowed not to use a seatbelt if they have heart conditions and so on, and have had any operations over the heart, or anything like that, because it could actually kill them if they came to a dead stop with the seat belt in the wrong place. But that's the kind of world we're living in now, and we're being trained by articles like this to get used to it. And to be also more and more terrified of the cops, who are not policemen, at all. They're absolute, they're just primitive predators, who are given badges, and they belong to a brotherhood now. You know, the winning brotherhood, the one with the same uniform, and they cover each other's asses very well. It's been so well disclosed over many years how they get together and write up their books together. And these guys have been suspended for a little while, but they'll be back on the job in no time, probably with guns next time so they can machine-gun cars and do stuff like that, you know. Maybe they've got the right stuff. Maybe that's the kind of cops they want. It probably is actually, yeah.
Now the internet too, I've talked about how technology is changing society, and technology, they've had world meetings about it from top scientific circles, that really are part of government. They tell governments what to do and how a society has got to interface with technology and it's called progress, and it's part of the agenda, and we've got to change with it, whether we like it or not. You see again, it's Darwinian. There's an article here on newsincanada.com, and this is about what gets put up on you on the internet.
Internet puts a score on your reputation
Skeletons in online closet come out thanks to corporate scrutiny
Misty Harris, Postmedia News (A: Initially it was published)
August 05, 2010
Most people have learned -- some the hard way -- that the Internet's memory makes elephants look forgetful by comparison, with the skeletons in our online closets having bones so sharp as to impale careers, marriages and certainly reputations.
Almost overnight, these challenges have given rise to an entire cottage industry of businesses that manage people's Internet images for them. There are even cyber scholars that foresee a time, not far from now, in which "reputation brokers" will aggregate our e-activities into an annual score that gauges our value as employees, friends and life partners.
(A: That will all become part of it too. So it's just like credit reports, and it says that.)
Think credit reports, but for morals instead of money
"The Internet makes everyone a public figure," says Michael Fertik, CEO of the online image management firm Reputation Defender, of which an estimated 97 per cent of clients are ordinary citizens.
"Even if you don't put a lot of stuff about yourself online, someone else is doing it for you . . . . So you either do something about it, or learn to live with it."
Fertik's customers pay his company anywhere from $4 per month to $1,000 per year to help manage personal Google search results, remove their names from corporate databases, perform online damage-control, and closely monitor their Internet footprints.
(A: It's interesting too. I read a while back that for very important people, VIPs and politicians, there's a government agency that does that for them. It scours the stuff all over to eradicate any sign of them across the internet, across the world in fact. So it costs them nothing. But for us, poor saps, we've got to pay for it you see. It says:)
Because someone, somewhere, will be following that same electronic trail in deciding whether they want those people as co-workers, students, or even Saturday-night dates.
A recent survey by Microsoft, for instance, finds fully three-quarters of American recruiters and human resources professionals perform online searches into the activities of potential employees.
And the schmucks put it all up there anyway, don't they? They put up all their facebooks and all their likes and dislikes, and their chit chat, and well naturally employers are going to go into it and see what kind of person you are.
Another article I'll put up too is the corn. I've talked about corn for so long, I get sick of it. It's all modified, and regardless of its modification, they also use byproducts of the corn. They use, nothing goes to waste, and they use this fructose, corn fructose syrup basically, and it's in everything. It's in candies, and it's in everything. It's even in pills for God sake. So:
Corn byproduct fructose literally fuels cancer cell growth, study finds
(A: Well, they knew that from the beginning, before they gave it to the public.)
Pancreatic tumor cells use fructose to divide and proliferate, U.S. researchers said on Monday in a study that challenges the common wisdom that all sugars are the same.
(A: That's what they tried to tell people. If you study diabetes, you get into all the different kinds of sugars, and how they all don't act the same at all.)
Tumor cells fed both glucose and fructose used the two sugars in two different ways, the team at the University of California Los Angeles found.
They said their finding, published in the journal Cancer Research, may help explain other studies that have linked fructose intake with pancreatic cancer, one of the deadliest cancer types.
(A: Which really is skyrocketing.)
"These findings show that cancer cells can readily metabolize fructose to increase proliferation," Dr. Anthony Heaney of UCLA's Jonsson Cancer Center and colleagues wrote.
"They have major significance for cancer patients given dietary refined fructose consumption, and indicate that efforts to reduce refined fructose intake or inhibit fructose-mediated actions may disrupt cancer growth."
Americans take in large amounts of fructose, mainly in high fructose corn syrup, a mix of fructose and glucose that is used in soft drinks, bread and a range of other foods.
(A: It's a massive range of other foods, actually. They even put it in pills and bottles of medication. Liquids too.)
Politicians, regulators, health experts and the industry have debated whether high fructose corn syrup and other ingredients have been helping make Americans fatter and less healthy.
Well, absolutely it has been, because it attacks the pancreas folks. The pancreas is essential to deal with your sugars by producing insulin. They know all this stuff. You see, it's just another form of warfare, that's all. And it kills a lot of people off too, and that's what they want us to do too, is more and more of us die off. For sustainability, you understand. It's for a good cause. And as things become more and more totalitarian, there are cities across the country and the world too, that are called ideal UN biospheres or cities. Model type cities, ideal model cities for the UN. And Portland Oregon is one of them. It's been that way for years now. It's goodie two shoes. Anyway:
Portland lemonade stand runs into health inspectors, needs $120 license to operate
It's hardly unusual to hear small-business owners gripe about licensing requirements or complain that heavy-handed regulations are driving them into the red.
So when Multnomah County shut down an enterprise last week for operating without a license, you might just sigh and say, there they go again.
Except this entrepreneur was a 7-year-old named Julie Murphy. Her business was a lemonade stand at the Last Thursday monthly art fair in Northeast Portland. The government regulation she violated? Failing to get a $120 temporary restaurant license.
(A: A restaurant license to sell lemonade.)
Turns out that kids' lemonade stands -- those constants of summertime -- are supposed to get a permit in Oregon, particularly at big events that happen to be patrolled regularly by county health inspectors.
"I understand the reason behind what they're doing and it's a neighborhood event, and they're trying to generate revenue," said Jon Kawaguchi, environmental health supervisor for the Multnomah County Health Department. "But we still need to put the public's health first."
(A: Utter rubbish. You know something? It's either they're going to take all your rights away for your safety, or make you pay through the nose for them to make it kosher by creating a spell over the same lemonade and saying, okay, you know, if you pay the money it's now legal, right? If you pay the money, and it's now legal, and you don't pay the money, it's illegal. It's all about money, isn't it? Obviously. It's like permits for anything. It simply means that you're now allowed to do something that's otherwise illegal, once you pay cash. That's it. Anyway:)
Julie had become enamored of the idea of having a stand after watching an episode of cartoon pig Olivia running one, said her mother, Maria Fife. The two live in Oregon City, but Fife knew her daughter would get few customers if she set up her stand at home.
Plus, Fife had just attended Last Thursday along Portland's Northeast Alberta Street for the first time and loved the friendly feel and the diversity of the grass-roots event. She put the two things together and promised to take her daughter in July.
The girl worked on a sign, coloring in the letters and decorating it with a drawing of a person saying "Yummy." She made a list of supplies.
Then, with gallons of bottled water and packets of Kool-Aid, they drove up last Thursday with a friend and her daughter. They loaded a wheelbarrow that Julie steered to the corner of Northeast 26th and Alberta and settled into a space between a painter and a couple who sold handmade bags and childrens' clothing.
Even before her daughter had finished making the first batch of lemonade, a man walked up to buy a 50-cent cup.
"They wanted to support a little 7-year-old to earn a little extra summer money," she said. "People know what's going on."
So there you go. There's the Feds in with that too, and you've got spies everywhere you know. Spies everywhere. You know they've got spies now that are anti-smoking spies. Who get paid by the government to do it. Who sit in cars to see who's smoking in the streets, and who's going too close to a store that says no smoking within 15 feet and stuff like that. They've got children in Britain spying, getting sent into stores to buy cutlery, from the store owners. And if the child is a year or a few months under a certain age, the person is then fined. The cops send them in for selling cutlery with knives. Back with more after this.
Hi folks, I'm Alan Watt, and we're Cutting Through the Matrix. You know, I've said for years too, that once you create a welfare system, you can make that welfare system explode at any time you want. It's very handy for governments at the right time. And they do have them explode once in a while, and they can set up a tinder box and just wait for years, and when it's time to explode it they will. And there's no doubt about it, they want riots to start down the road with the U.S. The U.S. is just experiencing the higher costs come in with food and so on. They haven't really felt the full brunt of anything yet at all, for the trillions and trillions they supposedly owe. I would just write it off myself and start all over again, and don't borrow from anybody. That's the only way you can do it. However, that's not the way it is. And there's an article here about "Senate Cuts Food Stamp Funds; Leaves Oil and Gas Subsidies Intact." And it's from August the 2nd.
America's poor rarely catch a break these days. The Senate is expected to vote today for a bill that will cut food stamp benefits by $6.1 billion to help fund Medicaid and teachers' jobs, reasoning they were too high now that food costs are lower than predicted. (A: And I read an article yesterday, or the day before where food's gone up at least 40%. Some places 50% like Canada.) Proponents essentially argued that poor people had too much money for food.
As the Washington Post's Ezra Klein explains, last year's federal Recovery Act increased the amount of money for food stamps, or the Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (SNAP), to about $80 more per household each month. Amid the recession and high unemployment, about six million more people registered for the program in the past year alone, so program costs boomed from $20 billion to $65 billion. Meanwhile, food prices have deflated from last year's high rates. (A: That's nonsense. Utter lies. It's way up. There's too many articles actually showing that.) Now people are able to get more bang for their buck, (A: Really?) hence the Senate's idea to cut payments. It's frustrating not only because America's poor, working, and middle class are suffering at record levels and could use this tiny leg up, but also because it's a really stupid cut for the overall economic picture: According to Klein, food stamps serve as one of the best forms of stimulus money, to the tune of $1.70 of activity for every dollar spent. In other words, our economy desperately needs this.
Well look at how many folk have lost their jobs and their homes. Here they're cutting back on. Mind you, Obama's wife needs her holidays, her seventh holiday this year apparently, and it is costing a fair little bit. As I said the other day too, she's outdone the Queen of England. You know, maybe she is the new Queen of England, or the World, I don't know. Depends how you want to look at it. So, that's that getting cut back as well. As things, it will help to raise up tensions, as things get worse and worse. And they'll know exactly the date everything will spark off. And I'm sure they'll already be ready for it as well. It's quite something that's going on. And again, I'll just finish off with Miss Obama, or Ms. Obama or what. But it's Mail Online, it's another follow-up to her holiday again, her £150,000 it says here, that's about $300,000 I guess, Spanish holiday bill footed by the U.S. taxpayer. Well, that's where your taxes, that's where your money they're saving off the food stamps is going, so she can take all her pals abroad, and visit royalty and stuff like that. You know, being just ordinary people and all, they just have to see all that kind of stuff, and life like kings and queens have always lived down through the ages. Change is good, eh? Ha, ha. Well, from Hamish and myself in Ontario, Canada, it's Good Night, and may your god or your gods go with you.
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More Facial Recognition Cameras for Britain
Excess Computer Use Leads to Depression
British Cops Go "Hollywood Movie" Berserk, Smash Up Victim's Car
Internet Reputation--You Pay Companies to Bury Deeper the Skeletons in Your Closet
High Fructose Corn Syrup Utilized by Cancer Cells to Proliferate--
UN Model City, Portland Closes 7yr. old's Lemonade Stand---Needs Licence
Food Stamps to be Cut--US
More on Queen Obama
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