January 6th, 2011 #741
Alan Watt "Cutting Through The Matrix" LIVE on RBN:

Poem Copyright Alan Watt January 6th, 2011:

Electronic Brainwashing Gone Supersonic:

"I Once Watched TV, Only to Find,
Good God, I was Losing My Mind,
Millisecond Flashes, Ads Subliminal,
'til My Mind was Floating Like a Dirigible,
Blond Babes on News Back from Tropics,
Ticker Tape, Bottom Screen, Different Topics,
A Cartoon Presentation, Bells and Whistle,
Even Over War Scenes with Bone & Gristle,
Obviously Designed to Make You Feel
That Life's Just Bizarre, Nothing's Real
© Alan Watt January 6th, 2011

Poem & Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - January 6th, 2011 (Exempting Music, Literary Quotes, and Callers' Comments)

 

Hi folks, I'm Alan Watt, and this is Cutting Through the Matrix on the 6th of January, 2011.  Newcomers to the show, please look into cuttingthroughthematrix.com website, and help yourself to the hundreds of audios you can find for download, and peruse them at your leisure.  I try to give you shortcuts to the big picture of what you think is reality, your trained reality, and I show you the big forces that are behind it, and the sciences that are behind it, the foundations, organizations that work together to bring in the planned society.  And the planned society is not just about population control, that's a big part of it, it's about getting the perfect society to obey those who are put in charge to rule you.  They're not the rulers themselves, but they're the ones who are put in charge.  So, help yourself to the downloads there.  Remember, they all carry, all those sites you'll see on the .com site, transcripts in English for download for print-up, as well.  And if you want transcripts in other languages, go into alanwattsentientsentinel.eu, and you'll find a variety to choose from there. 

 

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Now, I've gone into different topics, so many topics to do with control and planning and where you're going with the world, even into the psychology behind it, and how you all adapt into each phase, without even thinking about it.  The Patriots of today have adapted all the way along with the new agenda the same as everyone else has adapted into it.  In the beginning, they'd say they'd never have troops on the streets.  Well, they have them on the streets.  They'd never go through airports and so on, and be patted down and groped, but they do.  So, people adapt and adapt, because everyone else is adapting.  And that's the problem, when you're already in a totalitarian, authoritarian system.  Which you certainly are, and have been for a long time, long before 9/11 came along, in fact.  And a lot of these ideas were perfected during World War I, after 1, and then definitely put into play in World War II.  It's never ceased since then for the ideal, planned society.  Back with more after this break.

 

Hi, folks, I'm back, and we're Cutting Through the Matrix.  I was on the Alex Jones Show today, and I mentioned a term; I said, we're all contaminated.  And by that, I meant the proper term actually that was used by the Communists too.  We're all products of indoctrinations through schooling, media, and so on.  And we think our opinions really are our own opinions, when we've been guided to those opinions by the masters in psychology.  And the very fact that we've had conditioning will bring us to those conclusions anyway.  We're very much like computers in a sense, as I say, we have a language, we have a program, and we have a logic.  And those who understand that gave us the language.  They understand our logic.  They can feed in a problem or a question, knowing pretty well what conclusions you will come to, using your logic and your language.  In fact, they use that in psycholinguistics all the time, as well.  And sure enough, everybody comes to the same conclusion.  It's quite wonderful how science has gone so far in so many areas.  It's wonderful for those who control them, because it's all to do with managing society. 

 

And I've mentioned before too, that the British government is on a roll right now.  They're trying to emulate the U.S., which is quieter about theirs.  And they have a whole department, a huge department.  It's been there for a long time, actually, but now they're in the open with it.  And their job is to find ways to alter the behavior of the general public, right down to the individual.  How to even overcome certain individuals and types of individuals, so they'll also succumb to the mass psychology and be the proper kinds of citizens that they should be, according to those who rule you.  It's rather astonishing to see this.  And mind you, too, they publish stuff up on the internet about some of their projects and so on.  Believe you me, they also have their hidden one, which they don't go into, and that's far, far deeper, and they've been using it for an awful long time.  Psychology and technique is what they use on us all from the minute we're born, through cartoons, and little children's stories that are all greening and all the rest of it, now getting them ready for the world which they will grow up into.  And it's all well under way.  The indoctrination has been here for some time. 

 

So, everyone is getting their dose of psychological indoctrination, but the older ones still are contaminated, as they say.  It's like being contaminated with radiation.  You have to be decontaminated, with it.  And you have to realize, well, what is contamination?  Contamination is the lifestyle you've led, probably, growing up, because that lifestyle was given to you and promoted.  All the different revolutions we went through, revolutions on behalf of the big boys.  It was not for ourselves.  Not to free us, for sure.  It was to destroy all the obstacles in the way to the planned society.  And of course, as I say, the family unit was one, so we had massive promiscuity, and just go and do it, have fun, have a ball, be perpetual children forever, and everyone has gone through that.  Everyone I know has gone through it.  And they're ramping it up even further, until the youngsters of today don't even think about a possible, it's like Brave New World, where they had to have different partners every night.  They were watched, all the workers, and if they didn't, they were called up to find out why they went to maybe the same partner twice a week.  Well, that's how it is today with the youngsters.  The thought of bonding to someone is an alien thought to them, so that part has been awfully successful.  And it would never reassert itself unless there was truly some vast catastrophe, outside the control of the elite, and we were reduced to a primitive state, and things would fall back into a natural order, once again. 

 

Now, as I say, many authors have written little books here and there about how we are given persuasion.  And Vance Packard was one of them.  He did the Hidden Persuaders, an old book, but packed with information on how the big advertising industries were watching you a long time ago, putting cameras in the store shelves and watching your pupil dilate, when you saw something you liked, and something like that.  This is old, old stuff.  Remember too, Bernays had already created the American culture of consumerism, and he was an advisor to Presidents, to quite a few Presidents as well.  So, the psychology was already well known, that the masses are an unthinking people, really, working on emotions, some of them coming from deep within, which they did not understand themselves, and those who did understand them could motivate these emotions into behavior changes.  And this is what Packard said on page 206.  He says:

 

"Eventually—say by A.D. 2000—perhaps all this depth manipulation of the psychological variety will seem amusingly old-fashioned.  But then, perhaps the biophysics will take over with biocontrol, which is depth persuasion carried to its ultimate.  Biocontrol is the new science of controlling mental processes, emotional reactions and sense perceptions by bioelectric signals."

 

(Alan: Well, they're actually doing that now with the newer types of internet and interactive games.)

 

The national electronics conference meeting in Chicago in 1956 heard the electrical engineer, Curtis R. Shaffer, of the Norton Keety corporation explore the startling possibilities of bio-control.  As he envisioned it, electronics could take over the control of unruly humans.  This could save the indoctrinators and thought controllers a lot of fuss and bother.  He made it sound relatively simple.  Planes, missiles, and machine tools already are guided by electronics, and the human brain, being essentially a digital computer, can be too.  Already through biocontrol, scientists have changed people's sense of balance, and they have made animals with full bellies feel hunger and made them feel fearful when they have nothing to fear.  Time magazine quoted him as explaining. 

 

The ultimate achievement of biocontrol may be the control of man himself.  The control subjects would never be permitted to think as individuals.

 

(A: That was already reiterated at the first conference they had with the international science conference they had in Louisiana, at the Loyola University, when they talked about the Brainchip; the Japanese expert they brought over in biotechnology said that it would be a new system where it would be impossible to think of yourself as an individual, separate from others.  It's always been the same goal, you see, so here's a book fifty-odd years before that.  It says:)

 

A few months after birth, a surgeon would equip each child with a socket, mounted under the scalp, and electrodes reaching selected areas of brain tissue

 

(A: Much like the Matrix movie)

 

The child's sensory perceptions and muscular activity could be either modified or completely controlled by bio-electric signals radiating from state controlled transmitters.

 

(A: And of course, that's back in the news too, with the state controlled transmitters of supercomputers to manage whole vast areas or regions of people.  That's exactly what came up again at Loyola University.)

 

He added that the reassuring thought that the electrodes cause no discomfort.  I'm sure that the psycho-persuaders of today would be appalled at the prospect of such indignity, being committed on man.  They are mostly decent, likable people, products of our relentlessly progressive era.  Most of them want to control us just a little bit in order to sell us some product we may find useful, or disseminate with us a viewpoint that may be entirely worthy.  But when you're manipulating, where do you stop?  Who is to fix the point at which manipulative attempts become socially undesirable?

 

And isn't that a truth there, because, you see, there's no limit now.  And under authoritarian regimes, they go all the way.  And we are, as the Club of Rome said, we are under an authoritative society now.  Democracy, they said, was too cumbersome.  It didn't work.  They couldn't get their big plans through for the big world, the big society as it's called, and they've gone all the way to get what they want through behavior modification.  

 

Of course, schooling does a great job of it, as well, especially for the last fifteen, twenty years with groupthink.  So you all sit in the group, and you all must come to consensus.  And if you don't come to consensus, you're made to stand in a corner or be shunned.  The old term in religion was shunning of a member, who was heretical.  And you're kept shunned, until eventually you agree they're right, and you go and join the group again.  Individuality, you understand, is the enemy of control.  And they must eradicate individuality altogether.  That's why they are doing it. 

 

I was going through the government's website in Britain, and one of their courses is on Behavior Change: Practical Guide.  And then Common Good Behavior Change.  So they're claiming what's for the common good for your attitudes and behaviors and so on.  Common good behavior change is another one.  Communications and behavior change.  How communications alone will be repetitive, etc, and they'll put on orators they like to hear on radio, tv, and so on, and people will emulate them through mimicry.  And then there's a Kenga communications, a different technique, planning for behavioral change seminars, for those in government, and theory of planned behavior, a very important one, the theory of planned behavior.  That's the mass planned behavior, you see.  And then intervention techniques as well, when the crowd starts to riot or whatever, because they're getting starved to death, as will happen in the future.  So, this is how the government uses your tax money to find ways to brainwash you, and give courses to those that are now managing government. 

 

The politicians now are almost now irrelevant to be honest with you.  They're just actors.  That's all they are.  And they think they're going to get extra privileges if they go along with this.  They'll have their gated communities outside the mass cities that are under observation, the prison camps, and they believe that will be their out for them.  Extra privileges, better food, meat on the table, actually, when the rest won't get meat at all.  And they'll still be allowed a good extent of travel.  That kind of stuff.  So, there's nothing new under the sun.  You've been living through it all your life, you just didn't know it. 

 

And getting back to contamination, how much of your own contamination are you willing to give up to break free from it?  There's a big thing to ask yourself.  How much of it do you actually enjoy?  Because a lot of this stuff is meant also for you to enjoy, to captivate you, enthrall you, and suck you in.  Remember too, if you can't control yourself, how can you expect others to band together under control to fight for a common cause?  It's going to be awfully, awfully hard.  I'll be back with more, after this break.

 

Hi folks, I'm back, and we're Cutting Through the Matrix.  Another writer too, one of the many writers who actually worked with these big think tanks, on ways to implement specific techniques, including, he worked with the Macy Group.  And he worked with other schools as well, that came over from Europe.  And they got permission by the President of the United States to implement their techniques upon the American people.  I hope people know that, and of course, I'm sure that most of them don't at all.  Bertrand Russell said this too, in The Impact of Science on Society.  He says:

 

I think the subject that will be of most importance politically is mass psychology.  Mass psychology is, scientifically speaking, not a very advanced study,  (A: That was back in that day.)  and so far its professors have not been in universities, they have been advertisers, politicians, and above all, dictators.  This study is immensely useful to practical men, whether they wish to become rich, or to acquire government.  (A: To acquire government).  It is, of course, a science founded upon individual psychology, but hitherto it has employed rule-of-thumb methods which were based upon a kind of intuitive common sense. Its importance has been enormously increased by the growth of modern methods of propaganda. Of these the most influential is what is called ‘education’. (A: Most folk don't even know that their education is pure propaganda.  It says:) Religion plays a part, though a diminishing one; the Press, (A: Well, TV now, and) cinema and the radio play an increasing part.

 

What is essential in mass psychology is the art of persuasion. If you compare a speech of Hitler’s with a speech of (say) Edmund Burke, you will see what strides have been made in the art since the eighteenth century. (A: Adolf Hitler knew how to woo the masses in one way or another.) What went wrong formerly was that people had read in books that man is a rational animal, and framed their arguments on this hypothesis. We now know that limelight and a brass band do more to persuade than can be done by the most elegant train of syllogisms. (A: And actually, Madonna, or somebody else on stage, doing something and then saying something, that will have more of an impact too.)  It may be hoped that in time anybody will be able to persuade anybody of anything if he can catch the patient young and is provided by the State with money and equipment.

 

(A: Well, they've had that for the last forty years now for the state.)

 

This subject will make great strides when it is taken up by scientists under a scientific dictatorship. (A: That's what you're under right now, this phase of it.) Anaxagoras maintained that snow is black, but no one believed him. The social psychologists of the future will have a number of classes of school children on whom they will try different methods of producing an unshakable conviction that snow is black. (A: Or that there's global warming.)  Various results will soon be arrived at. First, that the influence of home is obstructive.  (A: They want to get rid of the home and the family unit.) Second, that not much can be done unless indoctrination begins before the age of ten. Third, that verses set to music and repeatedly intoned are very effective.  (A: And that's what you got during the sixties and seventies, the music had no endings.  They just kept repeating and repeating and repeating.) Fourth, that the opinion that snow is white must be held to show a morbid taste for eccentricity. But I anticipate. It is for future scientists to make these maxims precise and discover exactly how much it costs per head to make children believe that snow is black, and how much less it would cost to make them believe it is dark grey.

 

Although this science will be diligently studied, it will be rigidly confined to the governing class.  (A: That's what it is, you see, already.)  The populace will not be allowed to know how its convictions were generated.  When the technique has been perfected, every government that has been in charge of education for a generation will be able to control its subjects securely, without the need of armies or policemen. (A: That's still to come.) And yet, there is only one country which has succeeded in creating this political paradise.

 

And at that time of course, it was Soviet Russia and Communist China.  So, that's really stuff that's already been done, as I say.  And we also found that Aldous Huxley went into it in a big way, as well.  And remember, he wrote the book, Brave New World, in 1933.  If you think they haven't been at this for an awful long time, you're so mistaken.  In Brave New World Revisited, in the book, he puts a lot more in than he did in the talk at Berkeley.  He says:

 

In regard to propaganda the early advocates of universal literacy and a free press envisaged only two possibilities: the propaganda might be true, or it might be false. They did not foresee what in fact has happened, above all in our Western capitalist democracies - the development of a vast mass communications industry, concerned in the main neither with the true nor the false, but with the unreal, the more or less totally irrelevant. In a word, they failed to take into account man's almost infinite appetite for distractions.

 

(A: Well, they've certainly taken it into account now, and that's all we get fed now, is distractions.  But distractions with a purpose.)

 

In the past most people never got a chance of fully satisfying this appetite. They might long for distractions, but the distractions were not provided. Christmas came but once a year, feasts were "solemn and rare," there were few readers and very little to read, and the nearest approach to a neighborhood movie theater was the parish church, where the performances, though infrequent, were somewhat monotonous. For conditions even remotely comparable to those now prevailing we must return to imperial Rome, where the populace was kept in good humor by frequent, gratuitous doses of many kinds of entertainment - from poetical dramas to gladiatorial fights, from recitations of Virgil to all-out boxing, from concerts to military reviews and public executions. But even in Rome there was nothing like the non-stop distraction now provided by newspapers and magazines, by radio, television and the cinema. (A: And I'd add by computer too, now.)

 

In Brave New World non-stop distractions of the most fascinating nature (the feelies, orgy-porgy, centrifugal bumblepuppy) are deliberately used as instruments of policy, for the purpose of preventing people from paying too much attention to the realities of the social and political situation.

 

Back after this.

 

Hi, folks.  We're back, and we're Cutting Through the Matrix.  Talking about mind control really, propaganda, indoctrination, and how you're manipulated to come to conclusions, quite naturally.  You think you're coming to it naturally, because everyone else comes to the same conclusions, quite naturally it appears, themselves.  But you're really guided to them by a host of techniques which you're totally unaware of, and which are used on you all the time.  And peer pressure of course comes into it too, once the main implant is taken up by a few, the rest of them follow suit rather quickly, to be with the in-crowd.  Especially when they give you a celebrity who puts it forth before the rest of you, and everyone parrots it into existence. 

 

Now, there's callers on the line, and we'll take Carlton from New York.  Are you there, Carlton?

 

Carlton: Hello?

 

Alan: Yes, Carlton.

 

Carlton: It's funny, you were talking about Aldous Huxley too, and I was on the bus, coming home from DC for New Years, and I sat next to this girl, she was actually reading the book, Brave New World.  And I asked her if she was reading it just for her school or, you know, for leisure, or whatever.  She said she was reading it for leisure.  And I asked her did she know anything about it, and what it was supposed to be about, and talked to her about, you know, the history about Aldous Huxley and things of that nature, the groups that he was involved with.  But it's funny how you're talking about the mind control and I do believe that the fashion industry plays a big part in that as well. 

 

Alan: Yeah, it does. 

 

Carlton: I don't know if you pay any attention to the fashions, or if up there in Canada, if you do, but down here in New York, right, the big thing that I've noticed, that's really in style this winter, and I mean, it does seem like a warm hat, but you know that Soviet style hat, with fur on it, with the little ears that come down, but they usually wear them up.  Like, that's a big thing down here now.  And I mean, I know how you always say the cultures and everything is pushed from the top down, but it's funny how this stuff is just coming out now.  Like, a couple of summers ago, the big thing was the Che Guevara shirts, you know what I'm talking about?

 

Alan: Yeah.

 

Carlton: So, it's like they push it for you, like you said.  They just appeal to what you would enjoy, and then just give it to you, and then people just eat it up like it's nothing.  And they think nothing of it.

 

Alan: That's right.  And I read too that the fashion for this year, women's clothes have to go back to the male type suit, that they tried before, years ago. So, the masculine, again, the hermaphroditic type behavior, male/female is all part of this whole big agenda.  So, you're right on.  And even Plato, 2,500 years ago said that the fashion, and he called it the industry, was a big part of culture modification.

 

Carlton: Yeah, yeah.  I was actually talking to this social worker at my job, about Socialism, right.  And I asked her if she knew anything about George Bernard Shaw, and she was like, yeah.  But then she was like, well, his brand was the extreme of it.  And I was like well, what do you think, do you think that people that are in authority, if they say they're just going to give you something, do you think they're going to just give it to you and you think that eventually they're not just going to turn that into an authority over you?  All those supposed social services.  But, I mean, like I said, she's a social worker, so I guess she got her job from Socialism, so I guess she's really for it.

 

Alan: Oh, sure, yeah.  And she'll have her indoctrination too, and she'll be perfectly indoctrinated probably.

 

Carlton: Right.  But, like you were saying about the mind control, what do you think it is about some folks that, I mean, you don't even have to really look that deep into history to see what Socialism and Communists have done to, you know what I'm saying, certain peoples, but what is it about I guess, like I just said, because she's a social worker, but what is it about certain things that they just, like they don't see what it's going to lead to?

 

Alan: It's a form of self-censorship.  It's a default position, it's called in psychology, where they're taught to go so far in their own thinking and then no further.  If they go further with it, they get set back to default, until it's a nicey, nicey system, etc, and not to bad.  And it stops them from going into the horrors that Socialism always brings.  You see, they simply think it's a means of, at the very, very bottom level, the vague idea of Socialism is sort of share and help out and all that kind of stuff.  And it's nothing of the kind.  It's a science, always been dedicated towards a planned society, a planned population, a planned school-to-work program, where you're picked at school and that's what you're going to do for the rest of your life.  And the Soviet model was the ultimate at that time for Socialism.  We've gone further this time, and they actually predict they can pick the child and create the child in the womb for the function it will have.  I've read the articles here on the air.  And so, Socialism is where science takes over from all religions, all governments, all systems, and science will be the rulers, using what they call their common sense and scientific techniques to perfect the world.  And it will be ruthless, utterly ruthless.  And that's what Fabian Socialism was all about.  Fabian Socialism was funded by the richest people on the planet on its set up, the Astor family.  That was Lord Astor and Lady Astor.  So it was a very important part of this, but thanks for calling. 

 

And I'll go on to Allen from the UK.  Are you there, Allen?

 

Allen: Hello?

 

Alan: Hello, yes.  Go ahead. 

 

Allen: Alan.  Yeah, sorry I had some interference there.  Top of the morning to you.  It's Allen here from the UK.

 

Alan: Yes.

 

Allen: Right, we're in there.  Hi there.  I don't want to be too long there, Alan.  We have spoken before.  I know there's other callers waiting, so I'll be as quick as I can.  Your previous caller mentioned Aldous Huxley, and I read, many years ago, Bertrand's Russell's History of Western Philosophy.  I thought he was mad.  But anyway, the question, I do have a question to ask you.  And that is, but before I ask the question, I want to thank you for your service to humanity, for your education and teaching.  Thank you for all the things you're doing, you know, and you've ever done.  It's wonderful.  And the question is this.  Imagine, you know, you've been educating people for a long, long time, but when that education reaches to a critical point, and when the people wake up to the point where they make the change, Alan, can I ask you, what are you going to do then?  (Laughter)

 

Alan: Why, you either go under…

 

Allen: Should I stay on the line, or should I let you answer offline.

 

Alan: Yes, I do know, because I've seen some of the lists they had in previous times for people who have to be picked up automatically on a certain time under certain circumstances.  Every country has got them.

 

Allen: It's historical and cyclical.  We know that.  It's just like the evil that occurs, or the plans of evil, or whatever, it creates the opposite.  It creates the people who stand up to the plate.

 

Alan: That's right.

 

Allen: And they get in there, and they do what's got to be done, and it just goes on and on and on, right?  And so, I wanted to ask you, on a personal level, because I know you've been in the music thing, and by the way, this is Allen Karna here from ExtraterrestrialUK, from Devon.  What will you do when the people reach the point, the critical point, and everyone comes together?

 

Alan: Well, then it is critical.  Because the Big Boys too already have their trained takeovers.  It's a matter of trying to keep them together, not to be misled by a pied piper that's supplied, because they will supply them.  And then try to guide them in the right directions.  A very critical period, indeed.

 

Allen: Yeah.  We'll have to see, because this time, I don't know about previous times of technology, but this time it's very holistic, and we've got so many things going on at once.  We've got earth changes, economic, political.  It goes on and on and on.  And it's no wonder that the ordinary person in the street, the people that we're trying to educate, particularly you, you're an educator.  I'm just a singer songwriter, you know, but it's all the same. 

 

Alan: Well, they're bombarded, bombarded, yeah.

 

Allen: Well, the people that don't care, you tell them that the Titanic is going to sink, but they don't want to listen, and they'll carry on.  And then, later on when you're in the lifeboat, and you've saved yourself, some of them are trying to get into the lifeboat, and they'll just sink you.  So, what do you do?

 

Alan: Well, then you have to go, and it's going to have to be a very fast move, too, to try and save it from going into utter anarchy.  Because that's what generally will happen.  In fact, the ones at the top might promote anarchy.

 

Allen: There's no need for violence.  That's just something that will play into their hands.  The way I look at it is this way, Alan.  The tiger is mortally wounded, it's up against the wall and that's when it's at its most dangerous. And this is a very dangerous time.

 

Alan: It is.

 

Allen: In history, and it's cyclical, you know, as you teach people.  Because, what you're telling people is what has already happened before, but they just don't realize.

 

Alan: Yeah.  Oh, they've tried through the ages for this same kind of thing.  Now, of course with science, they truly believe, and the communications directly to us, with their propaganda, they believe they can pull it off.  But not necessarily so, if there's enough people to waylay them.

 

Allen: Well, some of us will never give up, and we will fight everything that they throw at us, including the chemtrails or whatever.  Last time I spoke to you, it was about that, because they do make people very sick.  I think they must be turning on the dosage. 

 

Alan: They have different kinds too, as you know.  There are different types as well, yeah.

 

Allen: Yeah, we're well aware of that.  But, whenever you come over here, please let us know.  Get in touch with me.  I heard you on Alex Jones earlier on, and we'd love to meet you.

 

Alan: Okay, we'll see about setting that up.

 

Allen: I'm sure I've met you before, but I can't remember where, many years back.

 

Alan: Yeah, I'm sure you have.

 

Allen: God bless you.  And how's Hamish?  How's the wee dog?

 

Alan: The wee dog is doing just fine.  Yeah.  He's not so wee.  He's quite big actually, so he's good for the snow.

 

Allen: (Laughter) Well, you always make it sound like it's just there below your feet, there.

 

Alan: Oh, he's there, but believe me, I'd fall right over if I stood up.

 

Allen: When it stands up, you call it, Sir.  I know what you mean.

 

Alan: That's right.  Yeah, you've got it.  You've got it.

 

Allen: You let someone on now.  Love and light and speak to you soon.  All the best.

 

Alan: Okay, bye now.

 

Now, there's Glen from Philly there.  Are you there Glen?

 

Glen: Good evening, Alan, hi.  I wanted to address the question of conformity for a minute.  I've even heard, of course you've mentioned before, that conformity is like a bit of a sticky wicket, because, you know, you point out that the adolescent who rebels in nonconformity is actually only conforming to a different standard or a different expectation.  So, like in philosophy, the discipline of epistemology begs the question of how we attain certainty, or how we know truth.  So I guess the epistemological quandary here is, how does one actually know when one is acting autonomously?  I mean, how do you know when you're not?

 

Alan: You'll know it when you haven't read it anywhere, but you've done a lot of reading.  (Chuckle)  That's how you'll know it, because, you know, if you're fifteen or so or sixteen, they'll give maybe three subsets to copy, subcultures to copy, an outfit for each one.  This is what you wear for this particular rebellion.  This is what this bunch will wear.  So, these are actually authorized rebellions, and it's the same in the music industry.  In the music industry, you'll find out that they come out with the latest revolution, and at one time it was the sort of punk rock and so on.  And then, as soon as that was out, you noticed it was taken up by the mainstream and used in ads and everything.  So now, it was now acceptably mainstream, it wasn't underground and cutting edge anymore.  So, you're actually given the ways on how to rebel for a very short time, even if it's original, before it's taken over and becomes the next new norm, until the next type comes out to rebel, and then that becomes the new norm.  It's all guided that way.  So, it's quite fascinating to me to see that even your methods of rebellion are laid out for you to follow in the system.  You can't follow other people in some sort of fashionable rebellion.  It doesn't work out that way, and that's why they supply us with fashionable rebellions.

 

Glen: And I think this is why you're cautionary about the very concept of groups themselves, right?

 

Alan: Groups are amazing.  In fact, if I've got time, I might even read an article written by Adolf Hitler on groups and the masses and go into it, in fact, on the internet, because you don't understand when you're on a chatroom and so on, you're actually in a group type setting, or the mass setting.  You're not an individual anymore, especially if you've got someone on who's pretty good, using emotion etc. to sway you.  They can whip you up in the same way, in emotional tantrums, as someone speaking at you in a crowd.  So, it's the same crowd technique that's used, even though you don't have necessarily the visual in front of you.  And they're well aware of that at the top too, because, believe you me, they planned the internet long in advance, including the forums and they supplied us, Sunstein's admitted this too, they have their plants inside every forum to guide them.

 

Glen: Right, right.  Now even in the smallest of groups such as the nuclear family or the tribal, who you might view as the more natural man or the more primal tribal man.  I mean, even so, we're never going to be totally free from social expectations.

 

Alan: There will always be a form of conflict and then compromise.  But where there's a sort of natural order where the guy is off hunting, and the woman is at home doing the cooking or whatever, which they'll all frown upon, all the feminists out there, for me even saying that, but that's how it was folks, for thousands of years.  That's why you're alive today.  It balances itself out.  And then the children kick in too, to help out as well.  That was the natural order that got us through thousands and thousands of years, maybe even millions according to the ones who believe in evolution.  So, you can't just destroy that, but the state did destroy that, because they want to bring over society, and literally grow people, grow people for the state, you might say.  There's always some sort of compromise, and the more mature the adults, the more solidified the culture that they have.  Everyone knows the rules, and there's never really too much fuss.  A bit of bickering once in a while, but that's the way it has to be, and that's quite natural.

 

Glen: Gotcha.  Alright, thank you.

 

Alan: Thanks for calling.

 

Now, there's Josh from Ontario.  Are you there, Josh?  Hello, Josh?

 

Josh: Hi.  I had a couple of things.  I don't know how much time we have.  First, I would like to say you do a really good job with everything.  And you've been talking about education tonight.  And it's kind of interesting, because when I was in grade 12, which wasn't too long ago, I made an hour presentation all about how global warming isn't real.  I had about a page of different references, Lord Monckton, different people like that.  And afterwards, I was frowned upon, the teacher took me out of the classroom and said basically like, you can't say that.  And then he immediately after talked to the whole class, and explained how basically I was lying.  And everyone was just kind of talking amongst themselves, and were like, is that right?  Is that right?  And then they looked at the teacher, and it was like, oh, no, it was just a lie.  Which is kind of interesting.

 

Alan: That is interesting.

 

Josh: I thought I'd share that.  And the next thing I was wondering is if you've ever heard of Kevin Trudeau?

 

Alan: Yes.

 

Josh: And have you heard of, he has a secret society thing, called the Global Information Network or something like that?

 

Alan: I've heard of something along that line.  Hold on, and we'll come back after this break.

 

Hi folks, we're back and Cutting Through the Matrix.  And we've still got Josh from Ontario on the phone.  Go on, Josh.

 

Josh: Well, I was just wondering if you knew anything about that or if you had anything to say about that. 

 

Alan: I really don't know much about the guy, to be honest, or a secret society.  Personally, if there was a secret society, it can't be secret if you can talk about it.  (Chuckle)

 

Josh: Yeah, that's true.

 

Alan: And there's a lot of gimmickry out there.  A lot of gimmickry out there, but thanks for calling. 

 

And I'd like to end tonight on another bit from Brave New World Revisited, and this is what Huxley said.

 

A society, most of whose members spend a great part of their time not on the spot, not in the here and now, and in the calculable future, but somewhere else, in the relevant world of sport and soap opera, of mythology and metaphysical fantasy, will find it hard to resist the encroachments of those who would manipulate and control it. 

 

And that's why it's happening today.  You can see it with people going into metaphysics, thinking they can escape it all, and so on.  That's all put out there for them too.  And there's leaders out there in the Patriot community, supposedly, I don't call them leaders at all, they're front men, who are positioned there, preaching basic theosophy, and just take drugs and so on, and get higher spiritually, and you'll escape it all when the great light comes in from the cosmos.  And all that rubbish.  And here's Huxley telling you about it all then.  Because, back then, in the '30s, they knew the whole agenda, including the fact they'd push a lot of the counter-intelligence side, out into the open, at the end of this particular phase.  And that's where we are today.

 

With regards to Adolf Hitler, he was quite amazing on stage.  He captivated his audience, like you wouldn't believe, because he appealed to the unconscious emotions within them, and motivations within them, and he wrote in his own book, of course, differently.  He said the masses were just a big, unruly mob, undisciplined and so on.  But they could be used if you knew how to use them by triggers and so on.  And that's what's used on us today, and that's why I don't use emotion, even on this show.  I just speak as I normally speak to people across the table.  Otherwise, I would be conning you again, and using the very techniques upon you, to keep you distracted, all over the place, or even terrified, which also would disable you, if you're living in a constant fear of terror.  Realize that most of the news that's put out there is irrelevant.  You have to know the sciences that are used against you and why they're being used, and how to counter them, and how to always recognize them as well.  And that there's amazing forces of propaganda, propaganda being used all the time, against you the general public. 

 

And for those, again on forums, as I say, remember, you have to go into the writings of previous scientists on this particular era, who talked about this coming time where we'd all be talking to each other in the either, but we're still an unruly mob, a mass you might say, and people, really, are tricked and conned by a lot of the ones who are put into the forums.  And there's many forums set up there to do exactly that, by the way, as Sunstein himself has come out and said.  Sunstein's job is to go in there and try and get them all fighting each other, and even to dispel the basic premise that they went in there in the first place, which was to be a patriotic, until they don't even have anything left to be patriotic about.  They take away all the reasons for being patriotic.  These are all scientific warfare techniques, run on a psychological basis.  Very perfected too.  So, be careful out there, who you listen to, who you follow.  Remember, you must follow your own heart, eventually, and your own common sense.  From Hamish and myself, from Ontario, Canada, it's Good Night, and may your God or your Gods go with you.

 

 

Topics of show covered in following links:

For Common Good--Behaviour Change

Communications and Behaviour Change

Planning for Behaviour Change