February 4th, 2011 #762
Alan Watt "Cutting Through The Matrix" LIVE on RBN:
Poem Copyright Alan Watt February 4th, 2011:
Talk of the Greens Gives Bad Dreams:
"If I Were a Little Red Engine Instead of a Man,
I'd Be Very Austere 'cos "I Think I Can",
To Turn Colour to Green I Think I'd Try
And Be Very Austere, Eat Less, Oh My,
Yet, I Love to Travel, It's in My Soul,
I'd Be Marooned Without Any Coal,
Then in Winter, I Think I'd Feel
Frost and Ice Encase My Steel,
Then in No Time, I'd Start to Rust,
My Lovely Body Would Turn to Dust,
Oh! To Hell with That, Stoke the Boiler,
Get the Grease and Fetch the Oiler,
I'll Follow the Rails to Where I'm Led,
A Warm Belly of Coal, Feeling Well-Fed,
The Con-Game of Greening's a Terrible Plan,
So I'll Follow My Senses, I Think I Can"
© Alan Watt February 4th, 2011
Poem & Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - February 4th, 2011 (Exempting Music, Literary Quotes, and Callers' Comments)
Hi folks, I'm Alan Watt, and this is Cutting Through the Matrix on Friday the 4th of February, 2011. I always start off by suggesting to new comers to look into the website, cuttingthroughthematrix.com, and you can help yourself from the audios that are up there. There's hundreds of them to choose from, and hopefully I can give you shortcuts to understanding this big picture of the system in which you live and how it runs, and how it really runs, as opposed to how it's projected to you via the media and your education. And it might save you quite a few years of your life from going round in circles and going off into odd tangents to get the truth. It's a difficult system. It's designed that way, of course. We're brought up to be fairly honest, and to believe what we're told. It never occurs to people that the media is there as an essential arm of what they call governance these days, governance, as opposed to government. It's an essential arm. And it certainly is. It gives you your daily reality. So, help yourself to those audios.
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Well, as I say, this is a big system we're living in. It didn't just develop overnight. It's always really been this way. And I used to think years ago that even when you moved to nations and go through nations and change citizenship, and governments do these transactions between them, that's what they actually do, with your name, your official name, or your legal name, and all that kind of stuff. However, all they're doing is transferring ownership of who's got the right to tax you. Who owns you, basically. And that's really what it is. Nothing comes from the government. They don't create money. They just simply take money. And it's so funny to listen to them talk about creating jobs and all the rest of it. Government can't create anything, except debt, because it's so corrupt to begin with. It's utterly corrupt. But they use the mob that they rule over, you see, on behalf of someone else, of course. They use the mob to create all this wealth, which they take off you. And then they loan it out to other countries on behalf of their masters, as sort of banking loans, you might say. And no one has ever explained why governments are in the business of being bankers as well, to lend money, your money to other countries, and often write off the debt. However, they've written you down too as the guarantors, so you've got to pay it back again to them. I mean, it's just an astonishing system we live in. And it's really in the open, if you look for it. It's all out there. It's just that people don't bother, because the media doesn't tell them to. If the media tells you to be upset about some woman who's lost her home somewhere, everyone is, and it's on television all day long. Stuff like that. But if they don't tell you what's really happening in the world, then we don't worry about it. We don't know about it. We're ignorant of it. And if the media does mention it and makes no fuss over it, we make no fuss either. It's that simple. So Brzezinski was quite right when he said that the public will be unable to reason for themselves; they'll expect the media to do their reasoning for them. That's already happened, quite some time ago, to be honest with you. And I've gone through books in the past. Actually, I'll be back after this break. I just hear the music coming in.
Hi folks, we're back and this is Cutting Through the Matrix. I was talking about obedience to authority. It's an excellent subject in fact, and it's a very, very long history in writing, really. Because the authorities, or the system, call it what you will, have always been interested in different peoples across the world. And I was astonished to go into the writings of even economists in the 1800s, and before in fact, for the British Empire, who went across the world, and they literally, just like they do today with anthropologists and ethnologists and all the rest of it, they put them in there and study the publics. And they also bring in troops and have little wars with them here and there, or shove them off their land, which was very common. And they found out, they kept lists of the traits, of each character trait of the people, just how much they'd take, to see how passive they were, or aggressive they were. And they still do this today. Your governments still do this today. They have lists of just how far they can go with each population type. And it's quite interesting when you get into all the different works done for and often by the major universities in the UK and the US. It's quite fascinating, indeed, to see just how far they know they can push any particular country, through taxation or so on.
That's why they're so confident as they bring in this so-called, wonderful austerity program, of post-consumerism. That's really what they mean by it, and where they tax most of the money that you used to spend, you used to have in your pocket, and you'd spend on whatever you wanted or whatever you needed. You won't have that anymore, because it will be taxed off you for services and so on. That's what austerity is really all about in the post-consumer society. And they know exactly how far to push and how quickly to push each different category and group and so on. And they even have lists of the most passive nations, and the countries that have most obedience to authority listed too, quite fascinating stuff. And yet, it's all the same system, across the world, just different rates for different countries or peoples, because we're all run basically via the United Nations today, that is another front, again, for the global elite. And I've gone through the history of the setting up of the League of Nations and the United Nations, and of course, they boast about it on their own websites at the Council on Foreign Relations or Chatham House for their parent, their granddaddy really, the Royal Institute of International Affairs. You should go into these sites. And really, if you want to know your histories, you'll find it in there. Mind you, just like Orwell said, there's the inner party and the outer party, and what they give for the outer party, that's you, what they make accessible to you is the low-level stuff. The inner party, you've got to have your special number to get in, etc, because that's where the secret stuff and the real agenda is taking place. But that's how it is.
And when I first came to Canada, and I went down through the States as well, I was surprised, and I mentioned this years ago on radio, how the buildings seem to be thrown up so quickly. And they're basically wooden houses, with some kind of siding on them. Now, it's all plastic, of course, that crumbles in the sun, but it's supposed to be better, and that's how Sears sold it. However, you find that they were thrown up, and there were cables all over the rooftops and above the rooftops and just strung across, and often almost scraping high trucks that would go past them. And I got the impression, right off the bat, I said, this is so temporary. Everything is temporary here. It's not meant to be permanent. They didn't build everything out of bricks. They didn't put slate roofs on that last for hundreds of years. They put on these silly little things from the byproducts of the petrochemical industry that disintegrate under the sun, and you've got to replace them every few years. Everything was so temporary, and it was meant to be that way of course, because these guys literally had it planned, before you were born, before your parents or grandparents were born, just how long each area would last. They knew that they had to allow people to travel, to create economy. And they wanted commerce. And that's why they gave the car in the first place first to the US. Whereas in Britain it was heavily restricted for a long time.
And I knew then too, that eventually, as time went on, the years went on, these temporary places would be removed, because I went into the United Nations sites, years ago, and saw their plans for stopping all the urbanization as they called it. The urban sprawl, they always use sprawl, nasty, negative word, you see, which they attach to urban. That's how they do it in psycholinguistics for you to change your attitudes without your even knowing it. They called it urban sprawl, meaning eventually these people would be gradually pushed into the inner city, which always was the plan, and now it's under the Millennium Project and Agenda 21. That's what's happening across the world, and we're right in the stage now where you don't have to drive anymore, as far as they're concerned. They want you off the roads, and they've already said in their own writings, even from the United Nations, I've read them on the air, that eventually that only about 3% will live on the rural areas, and they will be very, very rich people. In other words, they'll price everyone else off with the price of gasoline and high taxes for your car and that kind of stuff. Quite easy to do.
And back in, I think it was the 80s, they brought in Maurice Strong. At that time he was working at the World Bank, this little gnome of a character, strange character, that Rockefeller picked up and shot to stardom, you know, made him work the oil fields as overseer, get an idea of economy and how to run the cattle; that's all of us. And they brought him over to Ontario when Bob Rae was in. And Bob Rae was kind of further left than Marx. And Bob Rae and Maurice Strong worked together to sell off what the Canadians had built here, the Ontarians had built in Canada, and that was their power supply, hydro-electric and so on. They also had nuclear. And they privatized it, so they brought in Maurice Strong to do that. Eventually, after about a year, it was found out he was getting a salary from the United Nations and a salary from the Ontario government. So, he succumbed and actually only took a dollar per week supposedly while he was sitting on the board of the power plants here, the hydro-electric companies. And he continued to privatize it. At the time too, in the newspapers, he said, we must start putting in alternative power plants for big, essential businesses, and even the few factories that were left, they were already moving to China back then, I think, and he said, eventually down the road, he was basically saying that there would be massive cutbacks on electrical supply.
Whatever reason they give for it today is nonsense. You see, it's planned to go down the hill this way. That's why they haven't fixed the roads for years and years and years. It's because it's planned that way. It's planned that way. But he was right. And that was in the 80s, and sure enough, once he'd done his job and privatized it, which really, I watched my whole life too, in Britain and elsewhere in Europe, the same con game. The public would pay for their infrastructure, their water supply, sewage supplies, electric supplies. They'd build it all up through their tax money. And of course, at the time, they'd always say, this is yours. This is the British, or this is Canadians', or this is. And even Pierre Trudeau in Canada came on and said, this is for Canadians, this great plan. And keep your lights on all the time, it would be so cheap, cheap, cheap, he says. And they knew darn well, once it was up and running, give it enough years, they would then privatize it and hand it over to their buddies for peanuts. And that's what they did.
Now, they're cutting back in China, I mentioned that the other day, for their heating. They've been told to freeze for the rest of the winter in some of the cities. And in the States, of course, they're giving rolling blackouts in Texas, which they've been doing in some parts of Europe for quite a few years now. And yesterday in the mail I got from this privatized company now that runs the electricity here. It was told to us that it would be more efficient, and all the rest of it, of course. Well, in public/private deals, we pay for all their upkeep, you see, and upgrades, while they rake in the profit. That's how public/private works. And it says:
Electricity prices are changing, find out why.
(Alan: Now listen to this. See, America has to learn how the British Commonwealth countries put things over to the public. You've got to learn this trick. It says:)
How much will I pay?
(A: This is on the first page, inside.)
Over the next twenty years, including taxes and other charges, electricity bills are projected to rise about 3.5% per year. (A: Right?) However, largely because of investments being made in the short term to bring on new energy supply and upgrade electricity infrastructure, electricity bills are expected to increase by about 7.9% per year over the next five years.
See, you've got to learn this trick here. So, you're stuck. You need Monty Python to figure this one out you see. What's the point in saying over the next twenty years in one part, and then telling you a different reality in the other? This is a very schizoid thing to do. Most folk read that, can't make any sense of it and just forget it. And that's how it's meant to be, actually. It's not done by accident. So, here's a private company, jacking up the prices, from the public of course, it's basically almost like a tax increase, to be given to them, so that they can maintain their private company, so that they can soak us for more money and more money. So we're paying for their maintenance and their upkeep and their upgrading, for a private company. Not a bad deal, eh, when you get these deals going. We can thank Maurice Strong for all of that, of course. As I say, after he finished with destroying Ontario here, he went back to the UN and then they put him over to China, where his communist aunt is buried. Anyway, that's how it's done. And it's a good trick to learn.
Now, in the US it says here in this article I'm about to put up on the website after the show, it says:
Snow chaos just one more sign of crumbling US infrastructure
(A: You see, I saw this happening for years. They weren't bothering to repair anything. Same in Canada. I've got electricity poles here that are held up by other electricity poles. The wires hold them up. Some of them are just broken. They haven't been fixed for years. They're not going to be, either. It says:)
The monster snow storm hitting the United States this week may be a random act of nature, but the resulting gridlock will likely unleash a more predictable stream of criticism over downed power lines, airport closures and a lack of snowploughs.
States, cities and private power companies have already come under intense public pressure since December for their handling of a series of major winter storms that have struck north-eastern regions.
'If only we could fashion a large wall or blade and attach it to a big truck and somehow push the snow away,' The New Yorker Magazine quipped this month, mocking New York's lack of snowploughs during the last major storm in December.
(A: You see, they've cut back on everything. Everything. Same across the board.)
The United States is far from alone in struggling with winter madness. But the snow chaos is just one small aspect of a wider crisis of crumbling infrastructure across the United States - a problem that is more uniquely American.
And I'll read the rest of this article too, because it goes into the crumbling infrastructure and the fact that they're not bothering to repair it. Back with more, after this.
Hi folks, we're back, and we're Cutting Through the Matrix. Talking about the crumbling infrastructure, which was all designed a long time ago to crumble. And of course, they didn't intend to maintain it much longer. And that's where we are today under this age of austerity. When the roads go and so on, you won't have to travel on them anyway, because travel will be restricted to VIPs and important vehicles only. And that's in the Agenda 21 site, at the United Nations there, if you go into it and look through it. And it says here in this article, going back to it:
From the breached levies in New Orleans after 2005's Hurricane Katrina, (A: Which was also the fact that the boom was built too low. And all the engineers knew that and recommended higher, but they weren't going to put the money out to it. They wanted to put money in their pockets.) to a major bridge collapse in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 2007, there have been signs for years that much of the country's infrastructure is in urgent need of repair.
'Our infrastructure used to be the best, but our lead has slipped,' President Barack Obama said last week in his annual State of the Union speech to Congress.
Obama pointed to higher spending in Europe, Russia and China to repair roads, bridges, rail and even extend high-speed internet access. He cited the American Society of Civil Engineers, which gave US infrastructure a 'D' grade - one letter above failing - in 2009.
(A: It's not bad that you're building roads in China for them. That's quite nice of you.)
Europe on average spends about 5 per cent of its economic output on improving infrastructure. China spends about 9 per cent, while the United States spends only 2 per cent, according to a report by the US Treasury Department last October.
Tackling crumbling infrastructure is one of the few areas where Obama might find common ground with conservative...
(A: Well, here you go into the politics nonsense again. I'll skip this part here. Because you see, understand, it's designed this way. You don't have a nation anymore. People don't have. That was declared by the head of the EU Parliament. And he's speaking for the whole world. It was the end of the nation state. They're selling off Britain piecemeal, you know, roads and all. So, basically, it's designed to go this way. It's the withering away of the state, is what Marx and Lenin called it. That was to happen towards this end when they merged into a new system. They merged with Capitalism to bring out a system not quite Capitalist, not quite Communist. What they meant by that was Socialist, with an elitist bunch above them. The Socialists have no problem with multi-trillionaires running the show above them. They have no problems at all. Mind you, neither did the Communists. Anyway, it says here:)
Infrastructure is the backbone of any economy, and its decline has alarmed businesses and public officials alike. That sparked a rare coalition between the country's top labour unions and business associations in the aftermath of Obama's speech on January 26.
So, as I say, it's designed to go this way, but it's happening across what was called the civilized world, because we're going down into anything but a civilized world, as we go through this big shakeup. You know, change is good. They've got to get their change through to get their year 2050, when most of us will be gone. There will be few children born in the West, except for the immigration. That's all that's keeping it going right now. Because everyone is becoming sterilized, you see, once you're here. It doesn't take long. So, that's the way it's supposed to go. And we're just, as I say, we're just the eggshells as they make the big omelet. Can't make the omelet without breaking eggs, said Mr. Rockefeller of course.
And the Pentagon too. It says:
Pentagon Reports Billions of Dollars in Contractor Fraud
(A: They print this every year. And nothing happens about it. I think last year they lost 50 billion, somewhere. They couldn't find it. And nobody bothered to look, mind you.)
The Pentagon paid hundreds of billions of dollars to defense contractors engaged in criminal or civil fraud -- in some cases paying the companies after they were convicted, according to a new Defense Department report.
At least 91 contractors holding contracts worth $270 billion were the subjects of civil fraud judgments -- and in some cases criminal fraud convictions as well, many of which resulted in fines, suspensions or debarments. Even so, Defense Department contracting officers still assigned $4.9 billion worth of work with these companies after the fraud was uncovered, the report said.
The contractors identified in the report include such blue-chip entities as Boeing, Lockheed Martin, General Dynamics, Pratt & Whitney, IBM and even the Yale medical school.
(A: Well, they're all part of the military-industrial complex, including the Yale medical school.)
The Pentagon said its own sloppy bookkeeping, (A: It's just sloppy, you see, just, you know) missing records and inadequate training of acquisition officials were to blame for the mess.
That's all it was, you see. They always give you this rubbish. It's just bureaucrats that slip up, you know, on banana peels and stuff like that. That's what we're supposed to believe, but the money goes into a lot of pockets. Because, you understand, once you get to a certain level in this system, in Britain and the Commonwealth countries it's more apparent. Once you get above a certain Lordship level you are not touchable by the laws. In fact, the laws don't really cover you anymore. You can do as you wish. "Do what thou wilt is the whole of the law." That literally is their motto at the top. You're allowed to plunder the general public and get away with it. Do you understand? You have no idea of the gulf of how the elite are trained and raised and how they view life, compared with the ones that they rule over. They're farmers, you see. We're farmed like Charles Fort said. We're farmed. That's what we are. And the only interest they have in the cattle, is how much you can produce in your lifetime in taxes and so on, that they reap off. Really, that's all they care about.
And they give you all the music industry and the culture industry, and the little stuff with ditty little songs to keep you happy and whistling away, as you go through your life, never figuring out what on Earth is going on. And in this big global plantation, they're starting to put the fences up now. That's what 9/11 helped to do as well. Put the fences up so that the cattle can't just wander back and forth and wherever they want to go to graze. That's all happening. That's why Harper is down right now pushing the next part of the Peace and Prosperity Partnership. Which is more tighter border control, and only certain people can travel. That's what it's coming down to, by the way, right now, as we speak. Back with more, after this.
Hi folks, we're back. This is Cutting Through the Matrix. Talking about the corruption, which they publish every year. At least they publish it every year in the US for the Pentagon, at least. And it says here:
At least $682 million was paid in error to 30 companies (A: How can you pay $682 million in error?) to 30 companies that had been convicted of criminal fraud, according to the report, including $29.6 million to Herley Industries, an electronics manufacturer, and $66 million to AEY Inc., a military surplus and sporting goods firm.
The number of fraudulent contractors identified in the report is relatively small -- some 120 companies out of the 235,000 contractors that work for the Defense Department. (A: The other ones are smarter, that's why.) But the dollar amounts are significant, a continuing drain on taxpayers and on the military's combat readiness.
Military contracting fraud, which first plagued Gen. George Washington during the Revolutionary War...
And that's true too. It's quite a history to the corruption. Benjamin Franklin had to go in front of a hearing when he came back from being the ambassador to France. He was the carpetbagger, basically, that the money boys, and his job over there was to get the loans from France, to keep the war going. And when you go into the French records, it's just astonishing how he lived, this little simple country boy, as they try to portray him, with this kind of palace he was put up in, and horse teams and valets and his wine cellar, which they stocked with hundreds of bottles every week. He had parties all the time there. And then, of course, he was funneling money off onto the side, which they never recovered. So when he came back they had to have an inquiry, a little Masonic inquiry there, amongst the other boys, to see what to do about it, and he got a little slap on the wrist. And then they were told too, you can't bring your relatives into the new government. And he tried to get his son in, Temple, I think his name was, right off the bat too. And they turned that down. If he hadn't been too blatant with it, on the take, they probably would have let him in and had a job there.
That's the way it goes, you see, with the real. Do you understand, even when it comes to factions and fighting, it's just a matter of fighting over the herd to see who ends up owning you. That's all it is, really. So, for all those people who are in Egypt following all these professional revolutionaries that have been sent in there, just remember that. What will come out of this will be nothing that you're actually expecting. And you'll fight in vain for this odd thing called freedom and democracy that no one has ever had, as far I can ever see. We've never had democracy. We're run by an authoritarian system, and once in a while they'll give you a few years when they really need to build you up and have you producing for them, and a great tax base, so they can have their wars, or give your money abroad for the next place they want to take over. They'll let you keep a little bit more seed to yourself, you know, like a mouse, like a lab mouse. You keep more seed to yourself, and you think it will never end, and then twenty years down the road they pull the plug. They no longer have to leave you as much in your pocket, when the seed vanishes, of course. So, that's where we are today. That's really the reality of the world.
Even in ancient times too, if you compare the systems of ancient Persia with today, it really isn't that much different. They had their own bureaucracies, and their big pashas at the top and the whole bit. And they gave themselves wonderful titles, honorable this, etc. Just like they do today, of course, honorable so-and-so has spoken. We live in a system where ritual is so important. They love to put on big shows for the public, whether it's a queen in a golden carriage, just like something out of Disneyland, amongst all the poverty, or, you know, even the Pope used to do it at one time. They used to carry him around in this big golden bier, with all these guys down below him, resting this stuff on their shoulders and running with him on the trot. They did that right up through the thirties and forties, I think, until it became too ostentatious and it looked kind of ridiculous for this day and age. However, that's what they give the public, massive rituals of wealth, wealth, wealth, lavish wealth and well-clothed people, well-fed people, and the best of silk and all the rest of it. And we all stand on the sidelines with our cap in hand, you know, with the holes in it, and we grovel at them. That's a sad thing to say, but that's how people behave generally, when they're in the presence of incredible wealth. It's a sad, sad thing. Terrible. But it's psychology too.
As I say, I've mentioned before that Starsuckers. You've got to go and see the Starsuckers documentary. Not the porno one. There's a porno one apparently called the same thing, but there's a Starsuckers documentary. Excellent exposé on how people react in the presence of what they see as power, and the chance even to try to get into that kind of business of celebrity and how they grovel and even give their children to strangers, who say that they'll make them into stars. It's quite something to watch the people. So predictable, and sad, isn't it? Very, very sad.
Another thing I was going to mention too is that we're getting to the stage now, gradually, and we will do, once the food gets up to a very expensive, very expensive level. We're getting kind of like where Berlin and Germany was, just prior to WWII, or into the 20s and 30s, where those who were stinking rich, you see, and there was a lot of them too, that owned all the buildings through the cities and rented them out at extortionate levels, they didn't know to tone down their lavishness and as I say, their ostentation. They've got to show off how ostentatious they are and wealthy they are, in amongst all the rabble and the peasants with the holes in the shirts and stuff like that. They don't know to tone it down. They don't know. And that's kind of where we are today. And that's why they were really heavily attacked, of course, once the Nazi regime came in. That's one of the reasons. It says here in an article, just like Britain, which is a shambles now, with incredible taxation and I read the reports of how many folk died last year of the cold and it was an incredible 140,000 to 180,000 folks died in their homes because they couldn't afford the fuel. It will be worse this year, because they've really jacked all the prices up. Anyway, it says:
One Hyde Park, the world's most expensive apartments, opens its doors for the first time
(A: This is in the middle of the massive depression that they've plunged the world into, with these guys that speculate, you know, and then we have to bail out the banks and all the rest of it.)
The world’s most expensive residential apartments at One Hyde Park have been officially unveiled today by the colourful property duo, the Candy brothers. (A: Isn't that sweet, eh? Candy brothers. It says:)
A valet, a wine cellar, a private spa, a panic room (A: That's for the mob, in case they ever attack you.), and home cooking from a team of award-winning chefs: if these are on your list of must-have creature comforts, then here’s the apartment for you.
A total of 86 flats at One Hyde Park, thought to be the most expensive residential development in the world, have been officially unveiled by the property duo, the Candy brothers. Prices at the highly anticipated Knightsbridge project start at £6.5m for a simple one-bedroom flat and soar to £140m for one of the penthouses. Averaging about £6,000 a square foot, the prices are higher than any other residential space, according to property experts.
City grandees including Lord Fink, the hedge fund guru (A: They always make money off money. They don't create anything. They just make money off of money.), Ken Costa of Lazards, and Bernie Ecclestone of F1 joined international investors and celebrities including Gary Lineker, Andrew Lloyd Webber, and Theo Fennell at the launch.
(A: It's the same thing as Germany. It really is.)
The project is a joint venture between the Candys’ Guernsey based vehicle, CPC Group, and Waterknights, a company owned by the Qatari prime minister, Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim bin Jabr Al Thani. (A: There's a mouthful.)
The launch is being carefully watched as a litmus test for the financial health of the world’s super-rich and their appetite for London in the wake of the financial crisis.
They don't know to tone it down, do they? They just can't do it. Do you understand, we're going right back to the Middle Ages. If we're not already there, already. And just to add this on to it too, they tried to get a bill, they worked on bills based in an office in France for years with the European Union bunch, and under the World Trade Organization, the US was involved too, so that companies could come in and pay what they would pay people in their own countries as wages. And of course, eventually it snuck out into the public, and it was put down. They put it on the back burner. Here's a bill going through Parliament right now.
Minimum Wage (Amendment) Bill 2010-11
Private Members' Billby Mr Christopher Chope
This Bill was presented to Parliament on 5 July 2010. This is known as First Reading and there was no debate on the Bill at this stage.
The Bill is a Private Member's Bill which are often not printed until close to a Second Reading debate. If the text of the Bill is not available (A: It gives you the stuff on how to get a hold of it.)
A Bill to enable the national minimum wage to be varied (A: That means abolished, folks. Because you can't have a national minimum wage, varied.) to reflect local labour market conditions; and for connected purposes.
(A: In other words, if someone wants to come in and invest with the peasants over here, then, in this little area there, you see, in England or Scotland, or wherever, they'll demand they be given the wages they decide they want to pay them. That's it. That's what this literally means.)
A Bill to enable the national minimum wage to be varied to reflect local labour market conditions; and for connected purposes.
Explain "connected purposes." Isn't that something, eh? That's where we're going today. That's where we are today, folks. I can remember when Maggie Thatcher was in, and she was interviewed, and the interviewer, I think it was a Man Alive series or something, the guy said to her, do you realize you're turning Britain into the old system, where the wealthy came out of their big estates and rode through in their carriages, and the people stood outside the gates doffing their hats, and bowing. And she says, "Yes. And so what?" That's what she said. Yes. And you think these folk are kidding. And it doesn't matter if you vote left wing/right wing, because she couldn't have said that and done that if labor hadn't had years and years and years of playing their Communist games in Britain and dishing out the money that was supposed to go to the public, dishing it out across the world for other projects, International Socialism. They all work together, because they're not their own boss, right or left. There's a head to that bird there, that owns the wings. Always remember there's a head there, and it's quite something.
Now, there's a couple of callers on the line. There's Joe from California. Are you there, Joe? Hello, Joe.
Joe: I just wanted to call in and make an observation. Listening to you, you've jarred my memory about things, moments I've had in the past. One of them, you mentioned the fact that back in 1998, you mentioned the aerial spraying and how that began in earnest that year. It just brought back a memory where it was back in 1999, I was with a friend. I hadn't seen him in a while. We were about to go somewhere. We were watching something on television. And it was something, I can't remember what it was, but it was something kind of outlandish and risqué, I think. And we both kind of sat there and quietly watched it, and turned off the TV. And he kind of comments to me, he said, "Do you get this feeling, now, it's like anything goes?" And that just kind of, I don't know, kind of just came back to me the other day when you mentioned that about it. Just the coincidence and the time frame and everything.
Alan: Yeah. Anything goes. You're dead on with anything goes. And I'll tell you something too, if they were geo-engineering back then, I wonder if that's why they're getting so much storms and winter weather and all the rest of it across a good part of the Northern hemisphere, because they're not going to tell you. They won't admit they're even spraying. Even when you're all standing as a group watching it, they'll still deny it, and say, oh, we're not doing that.
Joe: It does seem to be a hell of a coincidence. Anyway, just thought I'd bring that up with you, and thanks for taking my call.
Alan: Yeah, thanks for calling.
Joe: I'll keep listening.
Alan: You're right though, that's how they do it. You can actually sense yourself going through, as though an order had been issued in high levels for the next phase, and you're dead on, that's what they actually do. They have their global meetings, and they've got it all planned out in advance. And it's time for this, it's time for the crash, when they gave us the crash; I'm sure they had it planned years before. They knew exactly what they were doing. When they deregulated the oversight committees and all the investment companies and speculators, they knew darn well that they'd go to town with their fake bubbles and all the rest of it, selling like crazy, which they did. They knew this. That's why they had oversight committees. And they all did it at the same time. Britain and the US, Canada, all the countries did it at the same time. And even Greenspan came out, when he was in, and he came on once, and he says, it's time for the investors to cool it. That's all he said, like some high king had spoken, you know. They bring him on the stage, and he'd say something. Everybody would hold their breath, and he'd make a sentence and it was all over the papers. And for a little while, they did cool it a little bit. In other words, he was telling you, don't be so blatantly greedy with your fake bubbles. That's what he was telling them. It wasn't time to crash the economy yet. They know exactly when they're going to crash it.
I've mentioned before that it's a prime tenet of economics, that you never tell people, especially investors, bad news. And it mustn't come from a person in authority. If they do that, everyone panics and pulls their cash out. They got the President of the United States to come out, remember, and I mentioned it at the time. When they bring him out and tell you, this crash is going to be worse than the Great Depression, I mean, this was planned, folks – everybody scrambled and panicked and all the rest of it – to make sure that that's what happened. Otherwise they would never have got him out to do that kind of stuff. That's not what they tell you. Their job is to lie to you all the time, and tell you things are wonderful. That's what their job is, you know, but that's how it goes. Now, there's Tom from Wisconsin there. Are you there, Tom?
Tom: I'm here, Alan. Well, I was just calling tonight, because it just seems to me that events, isolated things that are going on to individuals, there's definitely a willful denial of the progression. They tend to want to argue with me that, you know, I'm the one who's being antagonistic towards the system. I'm the one who's not complying. Even though they don't say it like that, they're literally implying that because I don't go along, is why the system is, you know, bearing down on me with all of its apparatus. And comment on that, if you will.
Alan: It's a technique that's understood. It's due to their conditioning. What you're seeing and hearing is the reaction of perfectly conditioned people. Remember, in brainwashing for instance that's taken, they call it taken, like an inoculation. When it's actually taken well, the last person to ever believe or know they're brainwashed is the victim themselves. They have no clue. And they'll fight you if you try to say that they're brainwashed, and give them evidence, they will deny it to the end. And you live in a society where Scientific Socialism has been taught, through the schooling system, and it's a scientific technique. That's what Bertrand Russell talked about, and I've read his book on the air, parts of that book, where he goes through this technique. It's so perfect, he says, that even if we can get the child young, and get them into school, even kindergarten, he said, it doesn't matter what history, morals or values the parents try to put across to their children, it will be denied and tossed out. Completely ignored. It won't take on their children, because the scientific indoctrination now, he said, is perfect, and that was back in the 1940s he said that. That's why. You're seeing the perfectly conditioned. Hold on. I'll be back with more after this break.
Hi folks. We're back, and this is Cutting Through the Matrix. I don't know if Tom is still there, is he?
Tom: Yeah, I'm still here.
Alan: Anything to add to that?
Tom: Yeah. You know, I was thinking during the break that one of the things that I always, and I have thoughts about the different characteristics of the system that we're all in. And I look at this kind of as a war of attrition, because as they move us all into the cities, we're not going to be able to produce the things for ourselves, and that's why there are crises, because there aren't people on lots of a hundred acres, being able to burn their own trees and grow their own food, and produce their own electricity from the environment that they're in. And I'm actually moving to a farm myself, because of what I see coming, and I want to survive through, to the other side. And people actually find it somewhat strange at times, when I explain to them what I'm doing. They don't understand.
Alan: Don't even worry about that. I don't even worry about that. You have to do what you know is right for yourself. And it's been the same in different times in the past, when people would come across and warn what was coming up, and folk wouldn't listen, and they paid heavily for it, with their lives often. That's going to happen again. When you're in a city you're utterly, you're interdependent, you're depending upon that city to give you employment, bring in the food to the supermarkets, all the rest of it, and the whole city is one big business. It's a corporation, remember. It has no feelings or care or empathy for anyone tossed out on the street because they've lost their job, or they can't afford the rent, or whatever. It's the most horrific, cold place there is, in times of crisis and poverty. And you don't want to be there. You are crammed into this brick jungle, and as I say, it's an unnatural way to live in the first place. It's only meant to do well in times when the economy is booming, and you go there for a few years, make some cash, and get out. But to live there permanently, it's a takedown system. And that's how it's going to be, actually, as they crowd folk into these cities. They're not going to upkeep them, repair them, or make more room to accommodate you.
As I say, look at The Soviet Story. Look at the one I put up last night too, on Communism. Look how they made the folk live there. They crammed forty folk into a room sometimes. And that will come down eventually in times of crisis when they go the next step. They're going to collapse the economy two or three times. It's set that way. Probably three great shocks, and then we'll have all the big speeches made to us how we've got to tighten our belts, pull together as one, like a warfare scenario. They've already said that at the top levels, that people perform best, do what they're told, under a war scenario, and that's what they're going to say. "We're all in it together." And it's a form of Communitarianism. As this generation gradually dies off, you know, and gets too old to party, and the young ones don't have any children. At least ones that are born alive. And then of course, if it wasn't for the immigration. That's what they've said. That's why they've got massive immigration, because they need young people to work for the future to pay off the national debt. That's been in all the papers. Can you believe that? And folk want to vote for the same governmental system that tells you that they're so sunk in debt that it's your duty to keep them going, the same system. Oh, and folk do vote for it too, you know.
Tom: It's very psychopathic, Alan.
Alan: It's very psychopathic.
Tom: That's what I thought the city to be.
Alan: As I say, it's because the elite, literally – you have to understand how they're trained, how they view you – they do see you as farm animals, honestly. Like quaint little farm animals that they pass in the night overhead in their private jets. Stuff like that. They have no idea. They don't even mix with you. And they live in a different reality, honestly. The public will never understand or believe that, but that's their tough luck. That's their tough luck. So, I'll put all these links up tonight, and a whole bunch of other ones too, with the rolling blackouts in Texas, and how they've lowered the tax brackets in Britain to make everyone into a higher tax bracket, for more taxes. From Hamish and myself in Ontario, Canada, it's good night, and may your god or your gods go with you.
show covered in following links:
Crumbling Infrastructure of US
Pentagon and Contractor Fraud
In the Midst of Poverty, Freezing Citizens and Spiraling Taxation, The Most Expensive Luxury Apartments Open in Hyde Park for Super-Rich
UK--Bill to Abolish Minimum Wage
Rolling Electricity Blackouts--Texas
Shuffling Taxpayers' Cash from One Group to Another