Dec. 22, 2010 (#732)
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Poem Copyright Alan Watt Dec. 22, 2010:
Change is Good?
Stifle the Fun or it's Room 101:
"Fortress America, How Can You Abide
This Vast Prison Camp, You Locked Inside,
Hiring Those on the Fringe, Party Poopers,
Elevated to Their Role of Citizen Snoopers,
Ecstatically Eating Something Delicious?
Interpreted by Snitches as Trifle Suspicious,
Learn to Be Mask-Like, Emotionally Numb,
Remember the Calibre of Informants is Dumb,
Refrain from Blurting What's in Your Head,
Careless Thinking May Wind You Up Dead,
Pretend You're Upgraded, Politically Correct,
Fawn Over Uniforms, Grovelling Respect"
© Alan Watt Dec. 22, 2010
Poem & Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - Dec. 22, 2010 (Exempting Music, Literary Quotes, and Callers' Comments)
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Hi folks. I am Alan Watt and this is Cutting Through The Matrix on December 22, 2010. For newcomers, I advise you to look into cuttingthroughthematrix.com and help yourself to the hundreds of audios I have up there. You can download them for free. The sites youíll see listed there are alternate sites where if you find sticking on the .com site for download try these alternate sites; so many folk go into the .com at the same time and you might have some problems. They all carry the audios and they all carry a lot of transcripts as well, of the shows Iíve done, for print up. If you want transcripts in other languages go into alanwattsentientsentinel.eu and youíll find a bunch to choose from there; help yourselves. Remember too, you are the audience that brings me to you. I donít take money from advertisers; if I did Iíd be feeling a lot better I guess, more healthy and maybe have more time to myself than I have now. But you always get hamstrung when you get in bed with people you are obligated to. So itís best sometimes to stay free. Itís up to you to keep me going, if you want to, and you can do so by buying the books, CDs and DVDs Iíve got for sale on my web sites. [Order and donation options listed above.] By the way, remember Ďdonationí also means, donation, you can donate as well, just out of good will or whatever, or the fact you have learned an awful lot from listening to these talks over the many, many years. Thatís how I get by, just get by; sometimes I donít get by. Hopefully Iíll stay on an even keel for a little bit more. If not Iíll be off and thatís it. Itís up to you. This is a different site altogether. Itís a different show as well because I give out information that really has changed the course of looking at the Americas and the world in a sense, for the Patriot radio, who used to be stuck in a form of navel-gazing about whatís happening just here.
Youíve got to understand the big policies affect the entire planet because itís a global war and itís been a global war for an awful long time, on the citizenry of every nation across the world to get us where we are, and the richest people on the planet of course are running the whole show. So if you can keep me going then you will learn a lot more and I can point you to different books to read and so on for those who are still into reading and who can read. Most folk donít have the patience for it anymore. So many young ones have told me that they canít wade through a book. Some of them in fact have never even read through a single book at school; thatís how bad itís become with the internet and with the bits and bytes and the short attention spans that they have nowadays. Thatís all by design too. This new world order has been manifesting for an awful long time. It was on the books for centuries in fact and worked upon by those who ran the world already, to be honest with you, those who controlled international money lending, to nations. They created the Milner Group which created the Royal Institute of International Affairs and its American branch which is the Council on Foreign Relations. Now they have a European branch for the whole European Union as well and they have one for the Far East too. They have sewn it all up. Basically they are pulling the strings, the drawstring on the net, the fishing net, and pulling in the catch and thatís all of us. Thatís where we are today. I'll be back with more after this break.
Hi folks. Weíre back and weíre Cutting Through The Matrix. Itís interesting to see predictive programming in action because predictive programming is getting you ready for something by press releases and so on. You can tell when itís predictive programming especially when they reword what has already happened as though itís just happening. In this article here, Iím sure everyone has been Tweeting and Twittering, like the birds, on about it. Itís from the Washington Post.
Monday, December 20, 2010 / washingtonpost.com
Nine years after the terrorist attacks of 2001, the United States is assembling (Alan: It IS assemblingÖ) a vast domestic intelligence apparatus to collect information about Americans, (A: Well, theyíd been doing that even before 9/11 and they really stepped it up right after 9/11, as we know. So what do they mean they ARE, it ďISĒ in the process of assembling a vast domestic intelligence apparatus?) using the FBI, local police, state homeland security offices and military criminal investigators.
The system, by far the largest and most technologically sophisticated in the nation's history, collects, stores and analyzes information about thousands of U.S. citizens (A: Actually itís millions; itís all of us, everybody.) and residents, many of whom have not been accused of any wrongdoing. (A: Iíll say yet, because theyíll find something down the road on everybody if they want. Do you know you are breaking laws every day? There are thousands of laws on the books that you donít even know about.)
The government's goal is to have every state and local law enforcement agency in the country feed information to Washington to buttress the work of the FBI, which is in charge of terrorism investigations in the United States. (A: By the way, theyíve joined it with Canada, so they share all the data together, about all their citizens.)
Other democracies - Britain and Israel, (A: Itís funny how they call them democracies, Britain and IsraelÖ) to name two - are well acquainted with such domestic security measures. (A: So that means, itís okay if they are doing it, then we should do the same thing.) But for the United States, the sum of these new activities represents a new level of governmental scrutiny.
This localized intelligence apparatus is part of a larger Top Secret America (A: Here they are publishing it in the papers, eh. Top secret, yeah.) created since the attacks. In July, The Washington Post described an alternative geography of the United States, one that has grown so large, unwieldy and secretive that no one knows how much money it costs, how many people it employs or how many programs exist within it. (A: By the way, they also have snoops on every streetÖ thatís official. They come in, pretend they are one of you, or they are retired or something like that, and they collect data. They also use the Masons for that as well and the Eastern Star; theyíve been doing that long before 9/11.)
Today's story, along with related material on The Post's Web site, examines how Top Secret America plays out at the local level. It describes a web of 4,058 federal, state and local organizations, each with its own counterterrorism responsibilities and jurisdictions. (A: This is going to be worse when it comes all down, Iíll tell you, a lot worse than the Stasi or it was in the Soviet Union. It really is an awful lot worse; it really is going to beÖ something amazing.) At least 935 of these organizations have been created since the 2001 attacks or became involved in counterterrorism for the first time after 9/11.
The months-long investigation, based on nearly 100 interviews and 1,000 documents, found that:
* Technologies and techniques honed for use on the battlefields of Iraq and Afghanistan have migrated into the hands of law enforcement agencies in America. (A: I read an article 10 years ago on the air where they were talking about the biggest sales that weaponry had now was to domestic law enforcement and so onÖ years ago.)
* The FBI is building a database with the names and certain personal information, such as employment history, of thousands of U.S. citizens and residents whom a local police officer or a fellow citizen believed to be acting suspiciously. (A: Do you understand, thatís enough, probably, one day to get you into the gulag. And beaten up and tortured and then they kill you. Because that will come along, you know. You canít stop this. I said years ago, once the US takes off and theyíve got the beast over in the Middle East, slaughtering folk like crazy, with a debased generation, I said, the beast comes home and guess what? Itís already here. Itís just gnashing away, just dying to get at you. Iím not kidding either; Iím not just creating fear and hype about this. This is standard history.) It is accessible to an increasing number of local law enforcement and military criminal investigators, increasing concerns that it could somehow end up in the public domain.
* Seeking to learn more about Islam and terrorism, some law enforcement agencies have hired as trainers self-described experts whose extremist views on Islam and terrorism are considered inaccurate (A: Well, I wonder where they came from, eh?) and counterproductive by the FBI and U.S. intelligence agencies.
* The Department of Homeland Security sends its state and local partners intelligence reports with little meaningful guidance, and state reports have sometimes inappropriately reported on lawful meetings. (A: Yeah, they go into poetry clubs and raid them and, you know, bring them into the slammer, water-board them, and all they get out of them is rhymes. You know, it must be a code or something.)
Counterterrorism on Main Street
In cities across Tennessee and across the nation local agencies are using sophisticated equipment and techniques to keep an eye out for terrorist threats -- and to watch Americans in the process. (A: Itís got a lot of links to it too, this particular site. Iíll put it up at the end of the show with the data and so on for you to look up for yourselves, if you want to, if you donít know it all already anyway. Iím sure you do.)
The need to identify U.S.-born or naturalized citizens who are planning violent attacks is more urgent than ever, U.S. intelligence officials say. This month's FBI sting operation involving a Baltimore construction worker who (A: Öand then it saysÖ) allegedly planned (A: Didnít do it, but plannedÖ) to bomb a Maryland military recruiting station is the latest example. (A: Well, they set these things up in advance and they get patsies, you see; thatís what they do on the internet.) It followed a similar arrest of a Somali-born naturalized U.S. citizen allegedly seeking to detonate a bomb near a Christmas tree lighting ceremony in Portland, Ore. There have been nearly two dozen other cases just this year. (A: WellÖ well, I donít really believe it.)
"The old view that 'if we fight the terrorists abroad, we won't have to fight them here' is just that - the old view," Homeland Security Secretary Janet (A: NapoleonÖ oh, thatís a Freudian slip againÖ) Napolitano told police and firefighters recently.
The Obama administration heralds (A: This is really popular today in the media. They use little words that come up for a while, they use them for a while and they drop away again. But everything is Ďheraldingí something today.) this local approach as a much-needed evolution in the way the country confronts terrorism. (A: ThatísÖ well, youíre backÖ youíre now in the Soviet Union, folks. You see.)
Top Secret America is a project two years in the making that describes the huge security buildup in the United States after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.
As I say, itís just another massive funding, really, to all these different agencies right down to civilian agencies that are all spying on their local citizenry and so on. And they canít even get the actual cost of it, except some of it has been published: $31 billion in grants, for instance, was published in 2003. Of course, I guess everybody with a bit of psychopathic ability in them will get right in there and spy on their community for a share in the pie. Then they will have to, obviously, this is what happens too, in intelligence, they HAVE to write reports that theyíve got somebody under surveillance all the time. And they make this stuff up. But itís on paper and anything coming down eventually, they grab the poor schmuck thatís been singled out. This happened, again, across the Soviet Union and elsewhere in history. This is hell on earth coming down and the folk donít even recognize it at all. They donít.
Thereís not much good news going on at all, except this piece here. You know the United Nations always has these massive, lucrative meetingsÖ as they use our tax monies. Remember too, they are a private organization. They get great salaries at the top, fantastic salaries. They get driven about with chauffeurs and all the rest of it because you know they are too important people to drive themselves. Massive feasts they have there, whoever comes over, feasts every day. This is the best news Iíve heardÖ
Sewage backup causes United Nations evacuation
(A: I like the way they said Ďevacuationí. I think itís been too many evacuations there and that was part of their problem, because of the meals they eat.)
Tue Dec 21, 2010 / yahoo.com
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) Ė A sewage backup caused a big stink at the United Nations on Tuesday, forcing diplomats and their staff to evacuate the Security Council and General Assembly.
Spokesman Farhan Haq said the evacuation was a precautionary measure after a strange smell was noticed in parts of the U.N. (A: There has always been a smell there.) secretariat building. He said the odor was due to sewage backup possibly caused by high tides in the nearby East River. (A: See, I think they should get in there with the environmental protection agency; these guys are polluting everything. The UN is polluting the planetÖ never mind our thoughts. And cutting them back on all that high protein food that they can get, all that good stuff, all the real organic stuff, etc, and all that fresh sea fish and so on, and lobster. Cut it back and theyíd have less, less evacuations; then they wouldnít have to evacuate the building at all.)
Security officials had earlier told a crowd of reporters and U.N. officials in the street outside the U.N. compound in Manhattan that there was a gas leak. (A: Oh, they lied, eh? Well, maybe they are true as well; I guess there would be gas coming off it.)
Both the Security Council and the General Assembly had scheduled meetings on Tuesday, which were relocated to a building adjacent to the U.N. secretariat.
The U.N. complex is undergoing a $2 billion refurbishment. (A: Probably the US will pay for most of it as they always do. The United Nations as you know, is so grateful to the United States; thatís why they keep hammering at them to get more cash.)
But thatís the best news Iíve seen today actually. Everything else is just predictable, as it generally is.
Iíve often mentioned how bad it would get and how far theyíd go with different techniques that theyíre using on the general public, as they train us, and we accept the training, and we adapt into it, and then itís normal, and then they bring up another topic and we kind of go, oh, I donít think so, and then we get used to it, and then we adapt, and then itís okay again. Itís a step by step process of reconditioning you completely into the type of obedient citizen they want. So Iíll talk about walk-in sterilization when I get back from this break.
Hi folks. Weíre back and this is Cutting Through The Matrix, talking about sterilization now and you can walk into clinics now in Britain. I think itís the first one of its kind thatís opened to offer this free sterilization; well itís not free, I guess they pay something, or the taxpayer will pay for it. It saysÖ
Get sterilised in your lunch hour
metro.com.uk / Tariq Tahir - 19th December, 2010
The Cadogan Clinic claims it is the first in the country to offer the ten-minute Ďwalk in, walk outí service. (A: Quite funny because on the right-hand side it says, ďDon't want one of these? It only takes an hour to get sterilizedĒ So an hour compared to 10 minutes. Itís probably 50 minutes of paperwork, to make sure that you donít sue them after all the after-effects.)
Known as Essure, (A: If they put PR, for public relations, youíd have Ďpressureí instead of ĎEssure.) the technique blocks the fallopian tubes and leaves no visible scars.
Women can elect to have the procedure when it suits them Ė and their partner wonít be able to tell,í said the clinic. (A: Oh, dear, dear.)
With a recommended recovery period of 45 minutes before patients can go home Ė or back to work, no time off is needed and there is little or no post-surgical pain.í (A: Why are they in such a hurry, eh. I mean, really. I mean, a walk-in clinic and you can get sterilized.)
Some women did not want to tell their partners, while others with Ďcomplicated livesí (A: Oh, complicated livesÖ thatís being superwoman I guess.) were afraid of getting pregnant, said Martin Farrugia, a gynaecologist for the clinic in Knightsbridge, central London.
ĎEssure has been a popular permanent contraception option for several years through the NHS (A: Well, there you are, itís paid by the taxpayer.) but Iím already seeing patients who want to have the procedure at a time and place convenient to them, not when they finally reach the top of an NHS waiting list,í he said. (A: Thatís when youíre retired; youíve got time to get down there, in the National Health Service.)
It costs £2,700 (A: If you want the fast one.) and involves placing two metal coils into the fallopian tubes through the vagina. Within three months, tissue grows around the coils, blocking the tubes. (A: I tell you, those things cause problems down the road but they wonít mention them here, because anything static or stagnant in the system, whereas things should be moving, always causes problems, inflammation, and then it goes up the fallopian tube to the problem areas and you end up with cysts and all the rest of it.)
According to the clinic, the procedure was Ďparticularly important for women from cultures that frown on contraception Ė but who want to take control of their own fertility.í
But experts (A: I wonder who the experts are, eh? Experts in itÖ) said the service was Ďan ethical can of wormsí.
ĎThis seems like a cynical attempt to trade on dishonesty,í said Dr Allan Pacey, a fertility specialist at the University of Sheffield.
ĎWomen have to be able to control their fertility but, in a relationship, people need to be able to have conversations about this kind of thing. Taking a step like this behind a partnerís back is dysfunctional.í (A: Well, does he think society is functional these days? I wonder where he has been living. Makes you wonder doesnít it?)
Iíll put these links up for you to look at. This one here isÖ They are coming up with all kinds of ideas to bring in money for government and to also aid in spying on everyone. This is one of the ideas that came up, on Popular Science.
Radical Ideas: By Adding Sensor Arrays, Postal Trucks Could Become a Nationwide Data-Collecting Network
(A: Donít laugh at it; theyíll probably do it.)
How to save the waning U.S. Postal Service
By Clay Dillow / 12.20.2010 / popsci.com
Turning Postal Trucks into Mobile Sensor Arrays
It may deliver in snow, rain, heat, and gloom of night, but the U.S. Postal Service canít seem to deliver a net-positive operating budget. (A: They are always supposedly in the red.) Even after drastically cutting personnel last year, the USPS still went $8.5 billion into the red, a budget gap that could lead to insolvency this year. But in an op-ed in Saturdayís NYT, Chief Counsel to the Chairman of the Postal Regulatory Commission Michael Ravnitzky proposed an interesting idea to help the Postal Service get back in the black: turn mail trucks into a data-producing nationwide sensor network. (A: I guess theyíll steal your stuff like Google did and all that, as they patrol up and down.)
Ravnitzkyís idea (which heís careful to point out is his and not that of his employer) is to take the USPSís biggest asset Ė itís massive fleet of vehicles Ė and turn them into the most robust data collecting operation in the land. Right now each truck has a single purpose: to deliver mail. But fitted with an array of cheap sensors, mail trucks could wireless deliver real time information on weather, pollutants, traffic, road conditions, and even locate gaps in cell phone coverage and television signals.
Well, you know darn well itís nothing to do with that. Itís about monitoring everybody else and getting their information from all their wireless routers and so on, and their cell phones. Thatís what itís for. Remember too, it was Rumsfeld that came out right after 9/11 and he says, everybody in uniform get up, everybody get your uniform on, he says. And eventually we found out thatís to do with spying on the people, including the postmen; that was mentioned in the article at the time in 2001. So here they go with this kind of farce here. I can remember when I was young, in Britain you only had the BBC; that was the official government station for your propaganda. Thatís all that you could get is their propaganda. You had to buy a license to watch the darn thing. So yeah, itís beautiful too, when you have to BUY your propaganda, eh, your indoctrination. Thatís quite clever. Occasionally the trucks would come around the road with these arrays of antennas on them, checking to see if people with the roof antennas actually had licenses because they could actually detect if your television was on or what it was watching even. They used to pay some of the youngsters, I was one of them, and whenever we saw one of these things coming around youíd go around banging on all the doors to warn everybody that here come the snoops and youíd get a few pennies at the end of the week for doing so. Here is the next step, as I say, when your postman does it too. Amazing isnít it, the world we are ALLOWING to happen and build up. I'll be back with more after this break.
Hi folks. Weíre back, Cutting Through The Matrix. Iíve read a few pages from The Scientific Outlook by Bertrand Russell recently and for those who havenít gone through it you should really go through it. In 1931 it first came out and there have been lots of editions since then. There is nothing happening today, really, and has happened already, in the span between the í30s and today, that this guy doesnít write about because he belonged to the big world think tanks who planned the coming wars and all the rest of it and the aftermath. They always needed wars to unite the planet, you see. Get you to your knees and say look, man canít go on like this. And they are the guys that fund it and create it in the first place, but itís a beautiful technique; it always works. He talks about animals and how eventually weíll become kind of vegetarian; heís leaning towards vegetarianism and so on. He saysÖ
The importance of animals in human life has greatly diminished since the industrial revolution. Abraham lived amongst his flocks and herds; Attilaís armies traveled on horses. In the modern world, animals play a very small part as a source of power (A: Except humans, I might add, because he calls us animals too.), and in particular have become quite subordinate as means of transport. They are still used for food and clothing, but in regard to these also they will soon be largely superseded. (A: Then he goes on about the silkworm.) The silkworm is threatened by artificial silk; real leather will soon be regarded as a luxury for the rich. (A: You see, this is the world they are bringing in. Just like organic food too, is for the rich.) As yet, wool is still used to make warm clothes, but it is likely that synthetic products will replace it before long. (A: And that happened 30 years after he wrote the book, when they brought in all the synthetic, awful stuff that was supposedly crease-free and all that. It was like wearing plastic bags over you, the nylons.) As for meat, it is not a necessary article of diet, and if population continues to increase we may assume that synthetic beefsteaks will be served everywhere except at the tables of millionaires. (A: He was one, of the latter I should say.) The cod may survive somewhat longer than the ox, for the sake of the vitamins in cod-liver oil. But already vitamin D can be generated in the human body by means of artificial sunlight, so that even the cod may not remain necessary very long. Animals have been good friends to man throughout his adolescence, after being dangerous enemies in his infancy. But now that man is becoming adult, (A: That means evolution that heís talking about.) The part played by animals in relation to man is ending and their future will be mainly confined to zoos. One cannot help regretting this, but it is part of the new ruthlessness of man intoxicated by scientific power. (A: And Russell was intoxicated by scientific power, and all the guys around him agreed that it was inevitable Ė and he also said it himself Ė that all the things he talks about in his book, including the control of human beings and their minds, would be too irresistible by governments not to try.)
The need for plants will survive longer than the need for animals, because they are as yet essential to the chemical processes upon which human life depends. The use of vegetable products for purposes other than food is not very difficult to dispense with. It is possible already to manufacture substances resembling wood in so far as its useful properties are concerned, (A: That was all the plastics and so on that heís talking about here.) though as yet the process of manufacture is more expensive than growing the timber. When it becomes cheaper, as it inevitably will, forests will lose their economic value. It is not probable that natural cotton will continue to be used in clothing, any more than natural silk. Synthetic rubber will soon replace natural rubber. Almost all such uses of vegetable products, it may be safely assumed, will cease to be important before another hundred years have passed.
Food is a more serious matter. It is said to be already possible to manufacture from the air (A: From the airÖ rightÖ) products which can be eaten and digested, (A: He was privy to a lot of information, at the top think tanks.) though there are two objections to them, namely, that they are nauseous and expensive (A: Öto produce.). Both these objections may in time be overcome. The problem of producing synthetic food is purely chemical, and there is no reason to regard it as insoluble. No doubt natural foods will taste better, and rich men, at weddings and feasts, will provide real peas and beans, which will be mentioned by the newspapers with awe. (A: Thatís all the peasants reading the papers that heís talking about.) But in the main food will be manufactured in vast chemical factories. (A: Well, they already are, when you look at whatís in the packets of the stuff youíre buying.) The fields will fall out of cultivation, and agricultural labourers will be replaced by chemical experts. (A: Thatís the agri-food business; itís already happened.) In such a world, no biological processes will be of interest to man except those that take place in himself. These will be so out of the picture that he will tend more and more to view himself also as a manufactured product, (A: Thatís you, youíre a manufactured product, just like Bernays said.) and to minimize the share of natural growth in the production of human beings. He will come to value only what is deliberately caused by human agency, not what results from nature's unaided handiwork. Men will acquire power to alter themselves, (A: Heís talking about genetics here.) and will inevitably use this power. What they will make of the species I do not venture to predict. (A: But he actually did predict it in other books of his, because he was in on the whole act.)
So I read this once in a while just to show you, you are living through a script, folks. This guy was no Nostradamus; he didnít use a little pool of water inside a stone and watch it shaking, and sniff some drugs and stuff. He simply went to the think tanks where the REAL scientists are. Not the ones that end up in Popular Science or in medical papers but the ones who keep the real secrets. You see, knowledge is power and Iíve already mentioned that in the same book he tells you there will be a secret education for a very small select elite, who are given the REAL facts of life including the real ARCHIVES of information. That already had happened. In fact he was given privy to these archives and he was one of these specially bred ones for his particular task.
Back to the media again, itís interesting to read that Russia is planning to upgrade its armed forces. Everybody is going into armed forces when youíre broke; thatís what they generally do. So theyíre going to up itÖ
$600 billion to be invested into upgrading Russiaís armed forces Ė Putin
13 December, 2010 / rt.com
Russia is planning to upgrade its armed forces by 70 percent by 2020, Prime Minister Vladimir Putin stated on Monday in Severodvinsk, a city on Russiaís northern coastline.
Russiaís prime minister made the remarks at a meeting regarding Russiaís armament program for the coming decade. The discussion examined the state of Russiaís armed forces, which are still based on ageing Soviet technology and require urgent and profound modernization.
This should be achieved through the purchase of over 1,300 pieces of arms and military hardware, Putin stated. Total investments are planned at an estimated 20 trillion rubles (more than $600 billion).
ďThe main attention will be paid to the strategic nuclear forces,Ē Putin said. ďWe will also have to provide the troops with modern air defense, communications, control and reconnaissance systems, and start the production of fifth-generation fighter planes and other modern aviation systems.Ē
Whatís interesting too, is that they are also going to hire troops from outside Russia, if you can speak Russian. So those who are unemployed and you maybe failed to get in to kill folk in Iraq, from the US and Canada and elsewhere, you can also learn Russian and maybe get hired on there, because they party a lot, those guys, and apparently the booze is awful cheap.
The incredible taxation thatís placed on the democratic countries Ė thatís what democracy means; it means incredibly high taxation, for agendas that you will never know anything about or you certainly wouldnít agree with if you did know. Thatís how it is.† At the top you have all these thousands and thousands of bureaucrats and their families now. They are intergenerational, by the way. Their sons and daughters end up getting positions in the same bureaucracies; thatís been standard for hundreds of years in fact. Itís like George Orwell said in his book 1984, some are more equal than others in such utopias. In other words they live like kings, literallyÖ while they tell you to tighten your belts, and go hungry. And thereís going to be God knows how many people dying in Britain this year alone, dying right now, because they canít afford the fuel to heat themselves, literally. This is happening right now. Thatís one thing that Alexander Hamilton in the United States Ė who is always getting bashed by some patriots Ė because he had a different view on economy. One thing he did say that was true Ė and all psychopaths will make true statements now and then, because they are very lucid at times, very clear. He did say, is it better to have a king and keep a king and his family and his guards happy with big wages, or is it better to have thousands of bureaucrats and their families? Well, we know whatís right today donít we. We found that out.
Britain's top tax official (A: Who is hammering the public in BritainÖ) enjoys £6,000 four-night stay at luxury hotel in India...
to make a 30-MINUTE speech
(A: These guys are SO good with the money.† These are the guys supposedly in charge of the economy and how to balance budgets. Theyíre utter liars. Utter liars.)
By Simon Parry / 12th December 2010 / dailymail.co.uk
Britain's top tax official Dave Hartnett has enjoyed a four-night stay in a luxury hotel in India Ė at a cost of thousands of pounds to the taxpayer Ė to attend a conference at which he delivered a speech lasting just half an hour.
Mr Hartnett, Permanent Secretary for Tax at Her Majestyís Revenue & Customs, (A: Everything is owned by Her Majesty over thereÖ) flew business class to Mumbai to participate in the low-key conference largely for Indian accountants and tax officials. (A: I guess he was telling them how to budget, eh, [Alan laughing.] and how to do cutbacks.)
He was even joined on the trip by another senior executive, Melissa Tatton, who is the HMRCís Deputy Director of Business International.
The pair spent four nights in rooms costing more than £200 a night each on the executive floor of the five-star ITC Maratha Hotel in Mumbai, and enjoyed exotic meals (A: Well, they always do but their toilets donít back up like the UN.) in the hotelís restaurants. The conference was described by one attendee as Ďa talking shop for Indian tax accountantsí.
Mr Hartnett, 59, whose career hung in the balance in September over his role in a tax fiasco that saw millions of people being landed with unexpected tax demands, delivered a 35-minute speech and sat on a one-hour panel discussion.
The following day, Ms Tatton spoke to the conference for 35 minutes and took part in a one-hour discussion.
The pair, who flew to India on Wednesday, December 1, also met senior Indian tax officials and businessmen during the trip to discuss tax issues.
But they preferred their own company for much of the time, (A: Iíll bet they did.) often choosing to dine together rather than take advantage of the free food and drink available at social events put on by the conference organisers.
So thatís how, as Orwell said, some are more equal than others in such utopias. Of course, Julia in 1984, she managed to steal some real coffee and real bacon even, and he couldnít believe it, because Winston had never seen it before. He says, jeeze is that real? Then she says, yeah, there is nothing those bastards donít have.† Well, that IS the world. They have actually brought it in already. They donít eat the rubbish that you eat. They donít eat all the poisoned stuff from Monsanto that you eat. They get special cards which give them access to the REAL organic stuff, not the stuff either that youíll see on the shelves as organic. They get real beef and real steaks and all the rest of it that are not raised and pumped full of inoculations, injections, and various other steroids and growth hormones. Thatís part of their incentive to keep doing what they are doing. But they are all psychopathic in nature, as you can see. Thatís the world theyíve brought in, a disgusting, disgusting world of too many kings and queens, really, because theyíre all kings and queens in their own right as far as theyíre concerned. And some are actually living better than kings and queens did 200 years ago, all off you of courseÖ this parasitical society.
I just wanted to put this out. This is a bit of a trivia, really, but itís a little warning to Masons here because they are supposed to, for a candidate you see, check out his background and make sure heís perfect, perfectly sound in mind and body. Youíve got to be whole in body too, by the way; you can have nothing missing. They want everything whole; I guess they give you a good examination. They want you to be sound in mind, not an alcoholic or a spendthrift or whatever. Thatís all nonsense too; Iíve seen so many Masons drunk; you know, youíll see them staggering out of the Masonic lodges, itís just incredible. But to get in there you are supposed to be of upstanding character and all the rest of it. Here is an article here, itís quite interesting.
Michael Brea (A: Who was a Mason.) killed mom with sword, police say, neighbors say cops were slow to respond
BY Matthew Lysiak, Sarah Armaghan AND Larry Mcshane / nydailynews.com / November 23rd 2010
The body of Yannick Brea is removed from the scene of the crime.
Neighbors of a Brooklyn woman savagely slashed to death by her deranged, sword-wielding son claim cops refused to enter her apartment early Tuesday despite their pleas.
When cops finally got inside the Prospect Heights home, they found Yannick Brea kneeling with fatal lacerations to her head in a blood-spattered bathroom.
The son, holding the three-foot sword and babbling about religion and repentance, was arrested in a nearby bedroom, police said.
(A: It turns out that he was at a Masonic meeting, you see, and he took the lodge sword home with him and ended up killing his mum with it. Itís amazing what they go through in these lodges, though. Mind you, if they have a purpose for you, or youíve got a chance to influence the public Ė thatís what they say Ė they will take you on board. Even small local reporters for free-sheets, as they call the rags that they put out in your local community, just advertising rags, if they slip occasional comments in there, what to do and so on, they can influence the public opinion so they get in for that reason. So be very, very careful, you Masons who are in the lodges there, with those swords and all that, and count those jewels, as you call them, before you leave; make sure they are safely tucked away because some of your members are going around cutting off members of peopleís bodies and stuff like that. Itís interesting too, what his aunt said, or whoever it was. They saidÖ)
"Something happened that made him do it," (A: Öat the lodge, sheís talking about.) said Martial Brea. "The devil entered him." (A: Well, no kidding, eh? Because they all worship Lucifer donít theyÖ according to Albert Pike anyway, and Blavatsky.)
Thatís the sort of stuff you are getting for news these days. The real news, as I say, is just a script. I get so fed up reading the general newspapers because they are just unfolding that which you knew was to come, IN that particular orderÖ and you knew it years and years ago. How do they get all this done? Well they will unroll this first, that next and so on. Thatís how they actually do it. We are living through a script. All of us are. Every culture is too. Theyíre all on board with the same agenda. There is nothing to stop it because most folk donít even know itís happening. And even in the patriot community too, I always use the analogy of rats in a cage in a laboratory. All the news does is, they are the white guys coming in with the white coats in the morning and you are the rats saying, what are they going to do to us today? Oh, dearÖ and then youíre very indignant. And then youíre indignant the next day about the next thing too. Weíre constantly indignant but it doesnít do much does it? I'll be back with more after this break.
Hi folks. Weíre back and weíre Cutting Through The Matrix and weíre just rounding up for the night. Iím sure everybody is so busy about this Christmas hype and all that stuff they are just almost neurotic about it. I noticed that in the streets today even in the local town, as they rush around in their cars and looking frantic and chatting away on their cell phones, to voices in the ether.
Getting back to Russell too, he also said this Ė and I mentioned this earlier on in the week but itís worthwhile repeating. Because you see, we will be ruled by oligarchs and thatís what we are ruled by, is oligarchs. He saysÖ
The completeness of the resulting control over opinion (A: The propaganda and so on.) depends in various ways upon scientific technique. Where all children go to school, and all schools are controlled by the government, (A: Thatís the beauty of having standardized education across countries, etc, all from UNESCO, from the United Nations.) the authorities can close the minds of the young to everything contrary to official orthodoxy. (A: In other words, they are taught all the NEW politically correct things, that everything is fine and so on, and things that used to be disgusting are now just wonderful.) Printing is not possible without paper, and all paper belongs to the State. Broadcasting and the cinema are equally public monopolies. The only remaining possibility of unauthorised propaganda is by secret whispers from one individual to another. But this, in turn, is rendered appallingly dangerous by improvements in the art of spying. Children at school are taught that it is their duty to denounce their parents if they allow themselves subversive utterances in the bosom of the family. No one can be sure that a man who seems to be his dearest friend will not denounce him to the police; the man may himself have been in some trouble, and may know that if he is not efficient as a spy his wife and children will suffer. (A: You see, they use blackmail on people. Police do this all the time; they let them out of jail if they will snoop. I read the other night there about the guy who was an illegal immigrant in Britain who killed a woman when he was drunk in a car. People are stunned that he didnít get deported and the whole bit. Well heís an asset to MI5, thatís why. Heís a snoop.) All this is not imaginary, it is daily and hourly reality. Nor, given oligarchy, is there the slightest reason to expect anything else.
(Bertrand Russell, The Impact of Science on Society, 1952.) That was what he and all his ken were envisaging for the future which is here. The future is here folks. You really donít have to go into crazy conspiracy books that are churned out by people who make lots of profits, by keeping your imagination going. All you have to do is read the books by the big players themselves. They publish their memoirs. They publish their stuff. Psychopaths love to publish how clever they are. Read all of the stuff by Brzezinski and Kissinger, and their ilk, and retiring bureaucrats, high-level bureaucrats, lifelong politicians whoíve been members of different cabinets they call them Ė as they come into power they get put into little cabinets to work on secret things and so on. They love to give little clues away in their memoirs to show you how important and how clever they were in helping plan the future. Of course what they really are, are playing the Machiavellian game because the public must NEVER be allowed in to the truth as it really is happening, at any time, any era, in any country. Thatís been the standard way of it. Read their books because they do have big mouths at times.
From Hamish and myself from Ontario, Canada, itís good night and may your God or your Gods GO with you.
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UN Evacuates Building---Inevitable Cause
Britain --Walk in Clinic for Sterilization
Postal Trucks with Sensor/Data Collection Arrays
Russia Beefs up Military
The Cost of Keeping Britain's Overlords
Freemason Kills Mother with Lodge Sword
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