Jan. 31, 2011 (#758)
Alan Watt "Cutting Through The Matrix" LIVE on RBN:
Poem Copyright Alan Watt Jan. 31, 2011:
The UN and "Soft Power"
Install Nations' Puppet Regimes:
"It Seems of Late There's Been a Shower
Of NGOs, Using Their "Soft Power",
Which Means to Invade then Subvert Within,
Leading to Overthrow of the Guy That's In,
Highly Funded, Lead Every Demonstration,
Expert in Techniques of Organization,
Lauded by Media as Popular Revolution,
It's Egypt's Turn to Face Democratic Destitution,
Bringing the IMF and High Interest Loans,
Egypt will Be Plucked, Stripped to its Bones"
© Alan Watt Jan. 31, 2011
Poem & Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - Jan. 31, 2011 (Exempting Music, Literary Quotes, and Callers' Comments)
Hi folks. I am Alan Watt and this is Cutting Through The Matrix on January 31, 2011. For newcomers, I always advise you to go into cuttingthroughthematrix.com and help yourself to the audios for download. I try and give you shortcuts to the big picture of this system you’re living in. I fill in all the gaps that the mainstream tends to leave out, regarding stories and why things are really happening because you’ll find that we’re living in a big business plan really. That’s what the world is. It’s not far-fetched whatsoever; there is lots of evidence out there by big players and big think tanks who advise governments on the directions that they are supposed to go. And now that all the governments are amalgamated into their G20s and all the rest of the organizations that they belong to, it’s much easier to bring the world into shape, the kind of shape that they want it to be – a kind of squashed pumpkin I think, once they’ve got all the taxes out of us.
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We are going through the biggest change now. These changes came on initially, gradually. Sometimes they take bursts, like the Communist Revolution in Russia; these are little bursts of changes. Then your world wars too of course which creates tremendous change and historians like Professor Carroll Quigley admit that too, that war isn’t just to grab someone’s property or mineral rights and oil and all the rest of it; that’s all part of the deal for those who own your country, and I mean OWN your country. But it’s also to change societies, on all factions, all sides of the conflict. It doesn’t matter which side wins or loses, it changes the culture. Those who are in the business of creating new cultures get in on the act right away and of course they’ve got the authority of governments to do so. And above governments they’ve got the authority of the big banking boys who are a part of this big society. The world they’re bringing in is a planned world, a planned world that brings together the capitalist ideas for those who already own the world; that’s the big international money lenders, not little private banks or bankers. It brings together too, the socialist ideas of running it in a social order; that means that no unnecessary hands will be lying around doing nothing. That’s their perfect society that we’re going into supposedly.
Right now we’re going through the elimination of countries that still think they are countries. They haven’t got the idea yet that they don’t have nations anymore. You’ve got to belong to the international community, as the United Nations likes to call them, with the same system involved. You’ve got to have the IMF in there running your country. You’ve got to have The World Bank there, and you’ve got to get a central bank in as well so you can borrow from The World Bank and get yourself into debt. That keeps you in line. I'll be back with more after this break.
Hi folks. We’re back and this is Cutting Through The Matrix. We’re trying to make sense of all the nonsense that’s put out by the media. Part of the nonsense that we’ve had recently of course, amongst lots of nonsense, is the whole to-do about Egypt. For about a week there I kept wondering when we’d get a reporter giving us some details of why this was happening and it was just dead blanket silence across the board, so you knew there was something more behind it of course than what they’d eventually tell you.
We know that they want to get the present dictator out of there. Now, these dictators, of course it’s like Saddam Hussein, were put in there years ago by the CIA and MI6 to be friends to Britain and Israel and the United States. Once their usefulness was over and the old Marxist (supposedly) problem, that never existed, was gone, then they had to get rid of them basically; that’s it. They’re bringing them into the new society for the big world society. This is the time for them to go. So they are using different techniques and different reasons and excuses and you can’t really believe what they tell you in the newspapers because everything is so slanted they’re like handouts. Most of the media take their news from Reuters or the AP and that’s what they print across the board without question. Most of them don’t even have the man on the spot, however governments do have their men on the spot, for government agencies, and even they are keeping quiet about what’s really happening, which tells you this is a planned deal, as planned as the Orange Revolution last year we saw, and as planned as the NGOs that suddenly appeared in Iran to cause the student riots there. Of course then it was admitted too, that Brzezinski and others were involved in that. It’s the same thing actually with what’s happening in Egypt today; I’ll touch on that later.
This article here goes into Egypt and Tunisia.
Egypt and Tunisia usher in the new era of global food revolutions
(Alan: This is the handout, obviously, that was given to the newspapers. It’s interestingly worded. It says…)
Political risk has returned with a vengeance. The first food revolutions of our Malthusian era (A: Interesting term to use…) have exposed the weak grip of authoritarian regimes in poor countries that import grain, whether in North Africa today or parts of Asia tomorrow.
telegraph.co.uk / By Ambrose Evans-Pritchard 30 Jan 2011
(A: Oh, they’ve just noticed, eh? They have just noticed that poorer countries that import grain and all that have suddenly got problems. Why have they SUDDENLY got problems? It’s because you see, the big boys who already own the banks and they own every country lock-stock-and-barrel through debt, have put all the food supply of the planet – and by the way they are the major shareholders in these big agri-food businesses – they have put it all up on the stock market for the highest bidder. That means EVERY country is in it now trying to get the food out of it, since most of us don’t grown our own anymore and most farmers in Canada and the US and elsewhere have been run out after years, maybe 40 years, of government meddling. That’s all part of the agenda.)
Political risk has returned with a vengeance. The first food revolutions of our Malthusian era have exposed the weak grip of authoritarian regimes in poor countries that import grain, whether in North Africa today or parts of Asia tomorrow.
As we sit glued to Al-Jazeera watching authority crumble in the cultural and political capital of the Arab world, (A: It’s amazing this ‘ARAB land’ thing they have. They’re all different countries but they always call them ‘Arabs,’ eh, the ARAB world.) exhilaration can turn quickly to foreboding.
If you insist on joining the emerging market party at this stage of the agflation blow-off, avoid countries with an accelerating gap between rich and poor. (A: Well, that’s pretty well all of us here too.) Cairo’s EGX stock index has dropped 20pc in nine trading sessions.
Events have moved briskly since a Tunisian fruit vendor with a handcart set fire to himself six weeks ago, and in doing so lit the fuse that has detonated Egypt and threatens to topple the political order of the Maghreb, Yemen, and beyond. (A: It’s amazing, Yemen I think owes 80% of its debts to Britain in interest, just 80% of it is interest, to the banks there.)
This is nothing like the fall of the Berlin Wall. The triumph of secular democracy was hardly in doubt in central Europe. Whatever the mix of aspirations of those on the streets of Cairo, such uprisings are easy prey for tight-knit organizations – known in the revolutionary lexicon as Leninist vanguard parties. (A: Actually they’re NGOs.)
In Egypt this means the Muslim Brotherhood, whether or not Nobel laureate Mohammed El Baradei (A: This is a propaganda piece obviously.) ever served as figleaf. The Brotherhood is of course a different kettle of fish from Iran’s Ayatollahs; and Turkey shows that an ‘Islamic leaning’ government can be part of the liberal world – though Turkish premier Recep Tayyip Erdogan once let slip that democracy was a tram “you ride until you arrive at your destination, then you step off."
Actually that’s very true, because it’s a con game, democracy. We’ve never had it and it’s not intended that you ever get it actually. The Club of Rome has pretty well said that too; they said it didn’t work. And by the way, whatever the Club of Rome says is the law because they’re run by the big bankers who own you all. It’s quite amazing as I say, when they go into this, that it’s just a sudden uprising, you know, over the price of food and fruit and all that kind of stuff. You actually go further into the other articles and it says here…
Egypt protests: ElBaradei tells crowd 'change coming' (A: …right…)
bbc.co.uk / 30 January 2011 / Jeremy Bowen reports on Sunday's stand-off in Cairo's Tahrir Square
(A: So this is the headline… another handout. The media all works together to make sure that you get the wrong message, which they’ll tell you is the right one. And who is ElBaradei, for instance? Do a little checking on him and you’d be quite surprised; the guy was an officer at the United Nations his whole life. So he is the guy obviously they’re going to set up to take over.)
Leading Egyptian opposition figure Mohamed ElBaradei has joined thousands of protesters in Cairo defying a curfew to demand President Mubarak stand down.
So as I say, Baradei, Mohamed ElBaradei, is an agent of the United Nations; that’s his employer. He also, amazingly enough, belongs to another organization, if you look at it too, crisisgroup.org. Look up that site. It’s a non-governmental organization backed by the big foundations and guess who’s in it there? Brzezinski again, the same guy that was behind the Iran student uprising and the Orange Revolution when they sent thousands of US NGOs over, with their orange scarves and placards and all the rest of it. So it’s the SAME thing that’s been going on right now in Egypt. But of course you’re not supposed to think that, or know that, or even be aware that Brzezinski and the NGOs are all involved and these articles are trying to make you think it’s just Communist Mohammedans, which is absolute rubbish. As I say, this Mohamed ElBaradei not only belongs to this crisis group and has obviously done work for them, for years, he also is an officer of the United Nations, but they won’t mention that here.
Addressing the crowd in Tahrir (Liberation) Square, the Nobel peace prize winner urged patience, saying "change is coming".
In a tense sixth day of protests, the army sent tanks into the square only to see them blocked by demonstrators.
Air force jets and a helicopter repeatedly flew low over the square.
(A: Then he gives his prepared speech…) "I bow to the people of Egypt in respect. I ask of you patience, change is coming in the next few days."
However, the BBC's Jim Muir in Cairo said the former UN official did not attract the attention of the whole crowd, which contained other political factions. (A: This is the one obviously that the US, Britain and so on will back up because he’s part of their crisis resolution club who actually, it’s like doublespeak, tend to foment revolution inside countries with what they call ‘soft power’; this is the term they use, soft power, non-governmental organizations that are all well organized and well funded, well backed, etc. Quite interesting though, how they’re putting it across to us airheads in the West here. But how would we know otherwise, eh? How would we know?)
Also there’s an article here, if I can just find it. It’s to do with the US too. The US is sending over troops and the troops are to basically support the Egypt/Israeli peace accord. That’s what they’re making sure, that Israel is kept safe. That’s what’s happening right now. I’ll put that link up tonight if I can find it actually – things seem to disappear here. Anyway, the US is sending troops over AND observers as well, to that area to make sure that the Israeli and Egypt accord is kept because this dictator who’s in, who they all loved up until right now, is the guy who made sure that it was kept in place. So big things are afoot there, as the US keeps the Middle East and Asia safe for Israel.
Now, this article from the Observer is more important actually than anything right now, because in the West everyone is addicted to and stuck into communication. I’ve read so many articles about communication from the universities themselves. They know what’s happening. They already admit that the iPhones and so on, the things you put to your head, with WiFi at the temporal lobe, makes you lose moral judgment. Eventually I don’t think you’ll know what morality is anyway; they keep changing and redefining it. I’ve also mentioned how it really isolates you. It can isolate you. You think you’re in a lot of social networking, but you’re not. You’re still stuck in a little room somewhere. You’re not interacting face to face with people. You’re losing natural techniques of communication that you should have, because there’s far more to communication than talking to a voice or even looking at someone from a screen. It’s different in person with body language and so on.
Social networking under fresh attack as tide of cyber-scepticism sweeps US
Twitter and Facebook don't connect people – they isolate them from reality,
say a rising number of academics
guardian.co.uk / Paul Harris in New York guardian.co.uk, Saturday 22 January 2011
The way in which people frantically communicate online via Twitter, Facebook and instant messaging can be seen as a form of modern madness, according to a leading American sociologist.
"A behaviour that has become typical may still express the problems that once caused us to see it as pathological," MIT professor Sherry Turkle writes in her new book, Alone Together, which is leading an attack on the information age. Turkle's book, published in the UK next month, has caused a sensation in America, which is usually more obsessed with the merits of social networking.
(A: I’ll read more of this because it’s really important that you understand what’s happening TO you and those around you. It explains why they can’t really get what’s going on. I'll be back with more after this break.)
Hi folks. We’re back, Cutting Through The Matrix, just reading this article about how we’re becoming stupider, as people actually think they’re getting more information and they’re interacting more online with other people, online in one fashion or another. It says here…
Turkle's thesis is simple: technology is threatening to dominate our lives and make us less human. (A: That’s true; they’re becoming less human.) Under the illusion of allowing us to communicate better, it is actually isolating us from real human interactions in a cyber-reality that is a poor imitation of the real world.
But Turkle's book is far from the only work of its kind. An intellectual backlash in America is calling for a rejection of some of the values and methods of modern communications. "It is a huge backlash. The different kinds of communication that people are using have become something that scares people," said Professor William Kist, an education expert at Kent State University, Ohio.
The list of attacks on social media is a long one and comes from all corners of academia and popular culture. A recent bestseller in the US, The Shallows by Nicholas Carr, suggested that use of the internet was altering the way we think to make us less capable of digesting large and complex amounts of information, such as books and magazine articles. The book was based on an essay that Carr wrote in the Atlantic magazine. It was just as emphatic and was headlined: Is Google Making Us Stupid?
(A: Well, they’ve done much higher studies that than for the RAND Corporation and of course the Pentagon, and the military, Department of Defence in Britain. They have found of course that we can’t handle the kind of data that’s thrown at us because people cannot DISCERN the data. Eventually they can’t discern what they’re reading, or if it’s true or false or even bother to check up if it’s true or false. They just take it at face value and they live in a kaleidoscopic world of just data, just mindless empty data… until they’re just reading articles and they can’t connect to the content. And if the article happens to be the fact that we’re bombing and killing people in some country, it means nothing to them at all. They have no interest whatsoever; it’s just another part of entertainment, along with the UFOs and the alien invasions and stuff like that, because they’re surfing all the time.)
Another strand of thought in the field of cyber-scepticism is found in The Net Delusion, by Evgeny Morozov. He argues that social media has bred a generation of "slacktivists". It has made people lazy and enshrined the illusion that clicking a mouse is a form of activism equal to real world donations of money and time. (A: And that is true! That’s true. They’re not even armchair; they’re just computer-chair activists that sit there and they put their name on different documents… Yeah, I believe in that; I’ll do that… and click, away they go, and they’ll do about 25 before the night’s out.)
Other books include The Dumbest Generation by Emory University professor Mark Bauerlein – in which he claims "the intellectual future of the US looks dim"– and We Have Met the Enemy by Daniel Akst, which describes the problems of self-control in the modern world, of which the proliferation of communication tools is a key component. (A: That’s to do with putting all your data up there and all of your personal information, as though everyone’s your best friend. It’s just astonishing what they do now; they have no discernment whatsoever of privacy and they’re not embarrassed by anything at all. And they should be, because embarrassment, by the way, is again part of your survival mechanism.)
The backlash has crossed the Atlantic. In Cyburbia, published in Britain last year, James Harkin surveyed the modern technological world and found some dangerous possibilities. While Harkin was no pure cyber-sceptic, he found many reasons to be worried as well as pleased about the new technological era. Elsewhere, hit film The Social Network has been seen as a thinly veiled attack on the social media generation, suggesting that Facebook was created by people who failed to fit in with the real world.
This is the kind of stuff they’re putting out now. There are a lot more dangers, actually, than this touches on. As I say, when you lose your morality, because it’s effecting your temporal lobe, then that’s very dangerous; dangerous indeed. However, it does fall into line with what the big boys from the Frankfurt School and so on that helped run your societies and your culture industries planned for you. This is the most debased time, I think. This is more debased today actually in culture and in entertainment and what people are doing in their spare time, it’s more debased than even the old pagan times of pre-Christian Rome. Pagans were nothing like the people are today, nothing at all.
Of course it’s under the guise of FREEDOM that the people fall into the traps today and again, that was all decided at the 1924 Frankfurt School when they decided to find alternative ways of bringing cultures down. They pushed sexual promiscuity, and homosexuality would have to be brought to the top, sexual education in schools, and all kinds of stuff to destroy, they said, to destroy the existing cultures. And has that ever been a success. These schools really existed, these big Marxist organizations heavily funded by the big bankers. Some of them joined with the Macy Group and they were given the right by Presidents of the United States to introduce their techniques INTO the country. Of course, they worked with Hollywood to, again, bring down the culture, using the Adorno techniques to bring down the culture within the United States itself. And of course the music industry as well.
So, people, you are the end result of a long war. The problem is, because you are the causalities of war but you simply don’t know it, you won’t even care about it or even what I’m saying. You see, you are… you are what you are now and that’s called contamination, in their own terminology. You have been contaminated, and yet you think you are fine because everyone else is doing what you do. Astonishing techniques, eh, how accurate they were. They had to have done this before down through history. I'll be back with more after this break.
Hi folks. We’re back, Cutting Through The Matrix. The article I was going to mention earlier but I couldn’t find at the time was from Connecticut. It says here…
Groton Guard detachment is heading to Egypt
theday.com / Jan 24, 2011
Groton - Connecticut National Guard Detachment 2, Company I, 185th Aviation Regiment of Groton has mobilized and will deploy to the Sinai Peninsula, Egypt, to support the Multinational Force and Observers.
The unit left Connecticut Jan. 15 for Fort Benning, Ga., for further training and validation. The unit operates C-23C Sherpa aircraft and has deployed three times in the last seven years in support of the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The unit will provide an on-demand aviation asset to the Multinational Force and Observers commander to support its mission of supervising the security provisions of the Egypt/ Israel Peace Treaty.
So the US is paying for it again, of course, as I guess that they must. There they are off again to make sure that the right guy gets in, and it will be that guy that I mentioned that worked for the United Nations and in that conflict resolution agency where he works with Brzezinski. They’ll put another puppet government in there and call it democracy, bring in the IMF – and if they think they’re hard-up now, God help them in a year’s time. But that’s just the way it goes, isn’t it? That’s the reality of this con game that we live in. It’s quite something.
Now, you’ve got to understand that Britain is, again, the flagship for what’s to happen across the rest of Europe AND North America too, as they bring us all down into the global plantation, into communitarianism, also a form of collectivism, where all the tax money that was supposed to come back to you – through all the different lies through the last 100 years, come back to you in services and so on – is all being used for other reasons, other purposes. Of course everybody’s gone bankrupt and hospitals are struggling along. So eventually your little community will have to go off and get loans for itself. You won’t have countries anymore, just little areas and regions and you’ll have to send an emissary off to the banking boys to get cash to run your little country. And when you bankrupt it they’ll sell it off privately to someone else. I’m not kidding. That’s already happening in some parts of Britain.
I read too, about a week ago or so, about micro financing and how the United Nations has a whole umbrella group underneath them of these philanthropist type, you know, the kinds that want to go out there and help people and bring down the populations, and how they give out micro loans mainly to women to bypass the authority of the men, which also by the way was dreamed up in 1924 at the Frankfurt Group School, and Make men impotent basically and get them out of the picture. They want to do the same thing of course in Britain, now that they have really decentralized government as they say. Eventually you won’t have government as such in Britain or France or anywhere else because they’re all already governed by the EU Parliament. It’s to be a gradual takedown. I don’t know how long it will take them to clear all those fat cats out of the parliaments; it will be a long time since they’re scamming so much money. Eventually that’s their ideal situation; you’ll have a kind of an office of the European Union, that used to be the parliament, and they’ll be the mainstay for all these little regions and areas and co-ops.
Community Finance more important than ever,
reveals state of sector report
27 January 2011 / societymedia.co.uk
The Community Development Finance Association's annual state of the sector report has a bold new look which is helping to highlight the fact that the UK's community lenders are more important than ever before. (A: Now, these leaders are supplied to you by Common Purpose and other groups like that, that are authorized by the big boys again. They’re using these micro lenders now, who are going to make a killing with great interest rates, etc, lending to all the little communities for the moneys that they need to run their community.)
Society Media was delighted to win the contract to design Inside Out 2010, the analysis by the Community Development Finance Association (CDFA) of its survey of the country's community development finance institutions.
These organisations provide finance to individuals, companies and civil society organisations (A: The actual community.) that can't get support from high street banks.
The publication, which was launched in December, reveals that community development finance institutions have seen demand soar during the credit crisis. They lent a record £200m in 2009-10, up 77 per cent from the previous year. (A: And they’ll rake in about £8 million from that on interest alone, believe you me.)
Inside Out 2010 was the result of many months of research by the CDFA.
Julie Pybus, Society Media's editorial director, said: ‘Society Media wanted to do justice to Inside Out's important facts and figures by creating a clean, modern design which was easy for readers to navigate, reflected the CDFA's own style and - most importantly - caught the attention of the people that matter.' (A: That’s the ones that pay them back, the ordinary citizens, because it’s all based on interest. I’ll put this article up too.)
There is one of them in fact, has a nice intro, a real PR ad on it. Listen to the language where these actors are talking about their community and how they’re borrowing money and it’s going to help them be independent, you know, and have work for themselves, and ohh, it’s all this wonderful stuff. It almost makes you cry actually, if you really fall into these kinds of traps, when you see these paid actors, pretending they’re you, saying I’m going to get a loan from them and I’ll do something good in my community. It’s quite wonderful. Good techniques.
Good Deals - Mission 2011 from Be Inspired Films on Vimeo.
Now, again, what they’re going to do too, and I remember years ago reading the history of the pension plans; a great, fantastic boon for the governments because they were raking all this cash in, knowing darn well that they’d never use it on the pensioners. They hoped the next generation, you see, like a pyramid scheme, the next generation would pay the bills. When it was their time too, they go into hospitals when they’re elderly and the next generation would keep paying the bills, etc. Plus they also hope most folk would die before they hit the pensionable age. When they brought out the 65 years, for instance in most European countries, most of the guys didn’t hit 65, which was a great thing. So you kept paying by law into this con game and most of them never collected. That was a great thing for government to spend money on, you know, yachts and stuff like that.
Spanish government reaches deal to raise retirement age
(A: It’s getting forced to by the International Monetary Fund.)
By Sarah Rainsford / bbc.co.uk / 28 January 2011
Spain's socialist government has struck a deal with the country's trade unions to raise the age of retirement.
All parties have agreed that the compulsory retirement age will increase from 65 to 67, one of the highest in Europe. (A: They’re trying to do the same in France, but they’ll have a hard time with the French, they don’t really give in so easily.)
A final, marathon discussion ran into the early hours of Friday morning.
The deal is a crucial step to convince investors the government is committed to structural reform to revive the economy and avoid a bail-out.
Aware it was under international scrutiny, the government had threatened to impose the changes by decree if necessary. (A: That’s just by order; it doesn’t have to go through the usual pretense of democracy.) Spain's trade unions had warned of another general strike.
Since early January, the two sides have been holding long weekends and late nights of talks.
With a low birth rate and increasing life expectancy, government figures suggest 32% of Spain's population will be aged 64 or over by 2050. The number of pensioners is expected to rise from eight million to 12 million over the next 3 decades. (A: Which is rubbish actually, because they will know exactly how many immigrants they plan to bring in; that’s why Britain said they brought in the flood of immigrants. Apart from the fact that it wasn’t really true, because the Frankfurt School also said, through multicultural immigration in vast numbers they would destroy the cultures of the countries in Europe – and that’s in their records by the way. So Spain will no doubt do the same thing because they don’t intend to leave Spain’s culture intact either, down the road. They’re on the list as well, to be hit.)
So everything is a con game in this big reality, what they call reality and democracy. Everything is planned before you are born as to where it will be. When I was born they kept harping on about, oh my God, come the year 2000 there’ll be older folk and by the year 2010 they’ll be going into hospitals and we can’t afford them, we can’t afford them, etc, etc. And yet, you know these people paid and paid and paid the highest taxes in Europe their whole lives long. And the highest tax categories of Europe in fact, the top categories in Europe now, they have just raised. 83% of your paycheck, in the Middle Class categories, goes to government. 83%! … goes to government every year. But they just never have enough money… they never have enough… oh my God… they just never have enough money. Of course they bring you to a stage of collapse, and that’s where they want to go eventually because you’ll be using these credits, like Bertrand Russell talked about in the 40s, instead of bank notes and so on; and the government, in true socialist form, will issue your credits to you, every individual, no doubt through your little personal computer, every week. But you can’t save them up though; then you’ll all have to be equal. They’ll just vanish, the ones you happened to save, every Monday when you start off with the same amount. That’s only if you’re a good server to serve your feudal overlords, depending who they’ll be, it depends on who’s bought over the land you see, when your last little community failed to pay back its loans.
There is also so many organizations to do with green belts and corridors in the US and Canada that came from the United Nations ideas on corridors for land use for animals and humans; they designated their own particular green belts. It’s astonishing. They first started these through the major universities. Now they all get government funding to push the propaganda. I’ll put that link up too; it’s called…
Urban-Rural Land Use: Greenbelt Project - fare.uoguelph.ca
Places to Grow – Better Choices. Brighter Future - placestogrow.ca
It’s across Canada and the United States; it’s the same organization. They have these belts. They want to have us off the land across certain rural areas. They show you the maps, by the way; you might be on them and eventually crammed into the cities for Agenda 21 and the Millennium Project, they call it, from the United Nations that runs the show. That’s where they want you all to live. It’s interesting too, that they’ve expanded these green belts since I last saw them. The one that comes from Niagara, right at the border of the US there, also goes all the way up to Barrie, Ontario now. I wonder if it will end up eventually coming up my way. That will be a green belt for, you know, the animals and all the rest of it to live in. I wonder if we could do an animal impersonation… maybe if we can do that down the road we can really survive, they’ll think we are and we can get into the forest and forage and stuff like that, to eat.
Now, there’s another article here; it’s about…
Can scientists REALLY make it rain (or are they a useless shower?)
dailymail.co.uk / By Michael Brooks / 29th January 2011
(A: Again, it’s one of these tongue-and-cheek articles, Mail Online, press handout type of thing. And it’s a very superficial history, a minimalistic history of weather modification.)
At the height of the Vietnam War, soldiers who heard U.S. aircraft flying high over the Ho Chi Minh trail might have feared bombs were about to fall from the sky, or at least that reconnaissance pilots were taking pictures of the Viet Cong's supply lines.
In fact, they had very little to fear. The planes were just trying to make it rain - but they weren't very good at it. (A: That’s not quite true. They made quite some good floods there and turned those trails into mud. They also went into other areas, including Britain and Canada and elsewhere, with their testing stuff out and they caused some amazing storms in Britain over the years. I remember there was one town that was hit in England and some houses were even washed away; the RAF of course did that.)
Operation Popeye started in 1966 and ran for seven years. Pilots flew 2,600 rain-seeding sorties, but it was a dismal failure. There was a little rain but not enough to halt the supply lines.
A Swiss company called Meteo Systems claims to have seeded more than 50 rainstorms over the Abu Dhabi desert last year. (A: I know China is doing their own stuff too and other countries are. So is Russia by the way; they’ve had ads in the newspapers.)
'The Meteo Systems claims are really nothing more than that - it is a simple example of a chance outcome,' says Dr Deon Terblanche, a weather modification expert at the World Meteorological Organisation.
Others say they might be true. Meteo Systems uses a technology that is new to this field: a network of towers that use electricity to electrically charge the air. (A: Imagine that. We’ve been saying that for years.) The ionised air then seeds rain.
Professor Peter Wilder, of the Technical University of Munich, did not see the rain fall in the desert but he is keeping an open mind about this new idea.
'I am convinced that the ionisation technology has the potential to work,' he says.
So far, then, no one knows whether rain-seeding really does do what its supporters claim. Measuring the success of weather modification projects is like peering through a thick fog - and it always has been.
The thing is too, we know they’ve been doing it because they’ve been spraying us consistently from 1998 on. They’ve caused floods in all the farmland areas in Canada and the States over the years and then followed by droughts. They can cause rain or disperse the clouds; one or the other. It’s quite fascinating to watch. With the use of HAARP technology, which is far more powerful, and the seeding of the skies you might call it, they can certainly cause weather modification. Otherwise they wouldn’t have signed the treaties through the 1970s on weather warfare, in the United Nations; they have all signed on to that. Why would they sign on if it didn’t work? Well it does work you see; that’s why they signed on to it. That’s why they Pentagon put so much cash into it and funded Teller to come out with the techniques of using the HAARP-type technology, along with seeding the skies and so on. It certainly does work.
Now, there’s also a site I’m putting up tonight at cuttingthroughthematrix.com. It’s called Good Deals, Social Enterprise Live. It says, “Global Entrepreneurship Week 2010.” Here are some of the articles they have up on their site. Again, these are the guys that get all these different co-ops going for the communitarian idea across the world. One of them is Social Enterprise Shorts. It says,
News Social Enterprise shorts
This week's news in brief: Nesta fund to help intermediaries grow, UN principles to protect poor from microfinance (A: That’s these loan sharks.), Gates Foundation invests $5m in UK-led African vet franchise
Lambeth Council launches as a co-op
31 January 2011 by Gemma Hampson
(A: So here is a council in Britain launching itself as a cooperative society. You can’t get more socialist/communist than that.)
Lambeth Council relaunched itself as a co-operative council last week in a bid to cut costs and save services. (A: Also sharing power and talking about a new settlement as well in the area.)
Localism needs leadership, warns report
26 January 2011 by Gemma Hampson
The government’s plans to shift public service delivery to a local level could hit a wall if communities are not given clarity and leadership, a new report warns this week.
(A: They’re literally just dismantling the whole system in Britain right down to hospitals, everything. Then you will have your little supplied leadership from the volunteer groups of NGOs that are already placed there, who will take over and be your spokesperson who will go off and borrow money, that you will all have to sign your names to, as personal guarantors, and if you can’t keep up with it, well, you know, you just can’t treat them in the hospital and it’s your problem. That’s how they’re going to run this whole system. Then there’s another article here that says…
Jowell pledges to challenge Big Society
26 January 2011 by Chrisanthi Giotis
Labour’s new shadow minister for the Cabinet Office Tessa Jowell says she will look to create an alternative to the Big Society.
I’ll put these links up tonight as well. You should go over them because that’s coming to North America too. I'll be back with more after this break.
Hi folks. We’re back, Cutting Through The Matrix and talking about the Frankfurt School too. They hoped to destroy everything that held, all the fabric that held society together had to be utterly wiped out and basically to bring the society down to a very debased, degraded level, in all areas, including mass promiscuity and beyond even mass promiscuity to blur distinctions of what male and female were and so on. This has been happening my whole lifetime. This group has been incredibly active. They have been heavily involved in the music industry, heavily involved in the culture industry for Hollywood, and they were even hiring novelists and so on to make sure the same messages were embedded in novels and so on, and getting their dollars matched by government for doing so. If you thought the government was yours, no. Your government was never yours, because the big boys that own your government also owned the Frankfurt bunch. Here’s an article, as an example…
Here comes the 'femiman' bride: Jean Paul Gaultier's male muse is the star of the Couture (and menswear) show
dailymail.co.uk / By Maysa Rawi / 31st January 2011
With a supermodel figure, full lips and high cheekbones, no one could argue that Jean Paul Gaultier's choice for the Couture show finale made a beautiful bride. (A: Well, that’s because science and big money can make you look like whatever you want.)
But it may come as a surprise to the audience that the French designer's new muse - a male model - also featured in his menswear show a week earlier.
Serbian-born Andrej Pejic is part of the new wave of 'femiman' models. (A: That’s why, by the way, if you wonder, why you take guys from the 50s and 60s, the Kirk Douglas’s and so on, the broad shouldered types, have all altered down to these skinny little guys who are the heroes now. This is all part of it, by the way, the feminization of the male, which is a definite project. These are what young women are taught now is the guy they really want, these skinny guys that you can’t often tell apart from the skinny females, if you find any skinny females.)
Displaying physical traits of both sexes, the androgynous mannequins (A: I said that years ago, they are bringing in androgyny.) make for versatile looks on the runway - and headline news off it. (A: Again too, that’s also heading towards transhumanism, where anything goes.)
The 19-year-old, who fled war-torn Serbia to live in Australia, is also the face of Marc Jacobs and has appeared in numerous campaigns including French and Italian Vogue. (A: They make sure that they project this from the top magazines right down. Carroll Quigley went into this technique in his The Anglo-American Establishment and Tragedy and Hope.)
He was discovered by the Matthew Anderson, the director of Chadwick Models in Melbourne.
Anderson told the Sydney Morning Herald: 'His beauty was extraordinary.
'He's also intelligent and it's amazing, really, that he's just so comfortable in his own skin.' (A: Well, I wonder how much of his own skin is actually his. But that doesn’t matter does it? So that’s part of it. Then of course we find the same thing with this article. It goes back to 2008.)
America's Next Top Model" Has Transgender Contestant Isis
08-13-08 / huffingtonpost.com
One of the 14 girls who will compete on the new season of America's Next Top Model - which returns to The CW on September 3 - is transgender.
"My cards were dealt differently," Isis (A: I like the name ‘Isis,’ eh?), a 22-year-old former receptionist, tells Us Weekly exclusively in its new issue, on newsstands now.
Will she be a role model?
"I like to help people, but I'm here to follow my dreams," she tells Us.
I never dreamt these funny things when I was wee. I didn’t enter my head, I’m afraid, to dress up like that.
Anyway, 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:
Egypt told "Change Coming"
Who is Saying "Change is Coming to Egypt?--the NGO Crisis International
US sends Troops to Egypt to Protect Egypt/ Israel Peace Treaty
Social Networking Leads to Social Isolation
(Article at original link was removed. Link is to excerpt in transcript text.)
Banking Scams and the Big Society of Communitarianism
Spain Raises Pensionable Age
Ontario--Greenbelt Project (Agenda 21)
Places to Grow Part of Greenbelt Project (Canada-US)
Superficial History of Weather Modification
More Blurring of Genders and Elevation of Science's Messiah
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