February 27, 2008 (#81)
"CUTTING THROUGH THE MATRIX"
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Title Copyright Alan Watt February 27, 2008:
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© Alan Watt February 27, 2008
Title & Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - February 27, 2008 (Exempting Music, Literary Quotes and Callers' Comments)
"Code of Silence" by Bruce Springsteen
code of silence that we don't dare speak
There's a wall between us and a river so deep
And we keep pretending that there's nothing wrong
But there's a code of silence and it can't go on
truth so elusive, so elusive as you can see
that it ain't enough baby
To bridge the distance between you and me
There's a list of grievance 100 miles long
There's a code of silence and it can't go on
Hi folks. I'm Alan Watt and this is Cutting Through the Matrix, and I don't know if I'm on but I was getting distortion from the music there. I don't know what happened to it. Anyway, it's the 27th of February 2008. Newcomers, look into cuttingthroughthematrix.com and try and put all the pieces together from all the previous talks that help to fill up this complex history of ours. Only by understanding the past and the purposes of great movements can you understand what's happening today and where we're going. Also look into alanwattsentientsentinel.eu and download the transcripts in the various tongues of Europe.
We’re on a roll, as I say. I've always said this for many years now, it's gathering momentum like a snowball coming down the hill. It gets bigger and bigger towards this wonderful totalitarian state that goes under the guise of more freedom and yet we can see the opposite is happening in the age of information gathering and an age of bureaucratic snooping, police snooping and thousands of other agencies all combined together to watch the individual at the bottom, because apparently it's the individual who's the main problem on the planet. There's nothing new in that because the United Nations and other organizations that work together creating this Brave New World decided a long time ago that the problems all boil down to the individual; the reason being that these characters came out of mass movements – mass movements put together centuries ago that evolved through different names and stages to where they are today for "global governance" as it's called. They run us all like statistics and they can't stand those people who don't fit in to the statistics, to the norms, and that's pretty well where we are today.
According to them, it's those who think and who cannot be predictable who are always the problem, and to an extent that's true. It's true for those who want to control the world. The mass man is the perfect man. The mass woman is the perfect woman and all of the ages of children in between. As long as you can predict what they're going to do, then those at the top feel safe and secure, as though that's how it's supposed to be. There's nothing further from the truth because the world has always had its ideas come from specific individuals down through history, and writers and playwrights and even poets and so on, that gives us the things that we think about, things that we churn around in our heads that influence us greatly and sometimes it's for the better or the worse. It all depends, but the controllers love to use statistics and we are probably in the worst time of information gathering ever devised and I don't think it simply evolved this way.
Hi folks. This is Alan Watt and the music is all weird again. It sounds kind of distorted, so I hope I'm coming through all right on the line here. I'm talking tonight about the total control system that we have pretty well up and running that did not evolve by itself. It took a lot of planning and lots of years to do so, and even though it seems to be haphazard, if you follow the political lines and all different theories, it's an actual fact it was planned a long time ago. However, the problem with it too, is that human behavior is so well understood by those at the top that they knew that we'd fall right into this whole system of control without question.
Now this particular part I'm going to read here is from – and I hope I'm on the air, I don't really know – it's from "The Independent, Gadgets and Technology" and the date is 10th of February 2008.
"In the judicial backwater of a New Jersey federal court, a case is being heard that nominally affects two families but should also make millions of Britons think twice about something they do every day: put highly personal information on Facebook, MySpace or Bebo. An American insurance company, in defending its refusal to pay out a claim, is seeking to call in evidence personal online postings, including the contents of any MySpace or Facebook pages the litigants may have, to see if their eating disorders might have "emotional causes". And the case is far from a lone one. Suddenly, those saucy pictures and intimate confessions on social networking sites can be taken down and used in evidence against you in ways never dreamed of.
In the US, a sex assault victim seeking compensation faces the prospect of her MySpace and Facebook pages being produced in court. In Texas, a driver whose car was involved in a fatal accident found his MySpace postings ("I'm not an alcoholic, I'm a drunkaholic") part of the prosecution's case. From Los Angeles to Lowestoft, thousands of social network site users have lost their jobs – or failed to clinch new ones – because of their pages' contents. Police, colleges and schools are monitoring MySpace and Facebook pages for what they deem to be "inappropriate" content. Online security holes and users' naivety are combining to cause privacy breaches and identity thefts. And what all this, and more, adds up to is this: online social networking can seriously damage your life.
Just ask the 27 workers at the Automobile Club of Southern California fired for messages about colleagues on their MySpace sites; the Florida sheriff's deputy whose MySpace page revealed his heavy drinking and fascination with female breasts – and swiftly found himself handing in his badge; the Argos worker in Wokingham fired for saying on Facebook that working at the firm was "shit"; the Las Vegas teacher at a Catholic school fired after he declared himself gay on his MySpace page; the staff of an Ottawa grocery chain fired for their "negative comments" on Facebook; the 19 Northampton police officers investigated for Facebook comments; and Kevin Colvin, an intern at Anglo Irish Bank, who told his employers he had a family emergency, but whose Facebook page revealed he had, in reality, been cavorting in drag at a Halloween party.
What these and other cases show is that employers and authorities are now monitoring what people imagined were private websites – and using the contents against them. Last September, David Rice, Britain's second-ranked tennis junior, and Naomi Brady, national U-18 champion, had their funding pulled and coaching suspended after the Lawn Tennis Association found pictures of them drinking beer, partying and, in Ms Brady's case, posing at a nightclub with her legs wrapped around a vending machine."
Alan: I've heard some people will do anything for money.
"And last summer, Oxford University proctors disciplined students after pictures of them dousing each other in shaving foam, flour and silly string in post-exam revelry were found on their Facebook pages. At Cambridge, at least one don has admitted "discreetly" scanning applicants' pages – a practice now widespread in job recruitment. A survey released by Viadeo said that 62 per cent of British employers now check the Facebook, MySpace or Bebo pages of some applicants, and that a quarter had rejected candidates as a result. Reasons given by employers included concerns about "excess alcohol abuse", ethics and job "disrespect".
Viadeo's UK country manager, Peter Cunningham, said the results should act as a wake-up call to anyone who has ever posted personal information online. "Millions of people are leaving personal information online, much of which is cached and remains available via search engines even after the author has removed the web page," he said. "When people who are not the original intended audience – such as potential employers – find this information, it can have a major impact on their decision making process."
Alan: It goes on and on to show you how government agencies and police and so on are all tracking everyone else right down the line to little old you, and this is being done with the voluntary help of the people involved. That's the big part of it. Who would have thought that privacy would be given up so easily, so easily by the vast majority of people? And now, of course, in this Brave New World they've said that it will be a world without secrets and that everyone's information eventually will all be up for grabs. That will be used in the form of social control with social approval and social disapproval as they keep changing new normals; and that's what they'll do in the system, constantly give you new normals and we're supposed to adapt to it. If you don't, they'll all point at you and make strange sounds when you're walking in the street, just like the sci-fi movies, and you'll feel terribly, terribly alone. That's social disapproval.
However, the problem again with all of this is that it seems to be the mass man and woman who are a composite character really. Most folk are composites of their indoctrination, their immediate environment and their family or whatever kind of family they have nowadays. They're composites plus the media, fiction, television, movies, sitcoms, all the rest of it. They become composites and they think that's their personality because they haven't really developed their personality. What people do today is simply do what's approved, and what is approved is promoted from the top down and I've gone over that before regarding culture creation because that's what it's to do with, culture creation.
Those in power in any era have understood this. It's a silly thing to think that past dictatorial systems didn't have their pulse on the public and that things just got away from them and somehow we gained some kind of freedom by pure chance that run away with itself. Nothing happens that way whatsoever. What you've had for a long time, especially the last 300 years, is an old elite trying to get back the power they think they've lost when they gave us this idea of democracy. Democracy never ever became fully bloomed. It was cut off halfway in flower and that was by intention. They gave democracy to the public as a Band-Aid basically to stop revolutions from happening and now they don't need that anymore and they simply want it all back into their hands; and today it's called public/private partnerships, the idea being that for about a century the publics of most countries would pay for all the big services, the big things which you need in society to run society, such as rail, your roads and all the rest of it, your energy supplies. They'd build up the facilities only to see it being handed away for few pennies or cents to the private corporations that just happen to live across the street from the main Parliament buildings or your Congress hall. The lobbyists as they call them, the ones who are listened to without a problem and could always get an audience with the right person within the building. That's what democracy is really all about. It's power, money and payoffs. It's utterly corrupt in fact and it's not simply happened recently. It's been like that for an awful long time, maybe forever.
We know that the only example we ever had in people trying to get freedom without going the whole way into communism was the United States; and even though there were various differing parties involved at the set up and even though there was Masons all involved with it, the general populace at least were left for a while with some kind of rules and regulations which safeguarded them. However, they've been taken away very quickly and how you take them away down through history is always the same. You take them away under the guise of protecting the people, keeping them safe, so you take all their freedoms away to give them safety and security.
That's what Benjamin Franklin meant when he was asked what type of government that the people had been given (the majority of the people), and he said, "a republic, if you can keep it." These guys knew their history, they were well educated, much better than they are today, and if you don't know your history it will be repeated. We’re watching the repetition right now, the only difference being the big armaments arrayed against the public are not simply included with big armies and so on--
Hi folks. I'm Alan Watt and this is Cutting Through the Matrix. Sorry for all these technical difficulties but I'm not hearing the breaks when they come in on this end here, but I think we've got one caller and that's Rick in California. Are you there, Rick?
Rick: Yes I'm here. Can you hear me, Alan?
Rick: Okay yes. I wanted to talk to you about three things. The first one is when I was growing up I grew up with eyeglasses and people made fun of me. I felt left out because they'd call me four-eyes and all this stuff, so I started looking into the laser surgery and some of the New Age things out there. This is back when I was a lot younger and a lot more ignorant for self-improvement like relaxing your eyes and everything, but then I started to notice – I started to look at the leaders like Richard Perle and Rumsfeld and Cheney and the elites and they all wear eyeglasses. You'd think they'd have a better and more scientific more advanced thing but they don't and I thought well these guys seem to understand something. I wonder why they don't, so I'm wondering why.
Alan: You'd be surprised how many of them actually do. What they do is they use reading glasses but they've all been for their other problems. You'll hardly ever see a politician who's running wearing regular eyeglasses all day long. They've all had that for years. It won't matter soon because they have implants now to go into your eyes very shortly, coming in about two years time, that will interface with your retina because eventually you won't need a computer screen. You'll see it basically inside your mind.
Rick: I saw this global vision thing. It was like an advertisement. I'm really skeptical now but it had the G upside down and the G – it was a laser vision company. It had a G upside down and a G right side up with a dot in the middle and I'm like "as above, so below" and I saw the G and I thought wow that was some symbolism right there in corporate.
Alan: The symbols are all through the corporations. That's basic, yes. There's no doubt about it.
Rick: I just wanted to bring up something. I'd been having conversations with people, friends or people I've known for a while and associates and we'd start talking about politics and what's happening in the world and I'd say well you ought to check out Alan Watt or I’d say check out Alex Jones. And what's happening is the freemasons are running the world and they have a plan and then people will come forward and they say well I'm a freemason or I'm a Rosicrucian. I had one guy say to me well I'm a Rosicrucian and you're demeaning us or you're categorizing us. They say that and usually they're all at the bottom and then I'd bring up Albert Pike and I'd say well you're considered profane according to the big boys.
Alan: What you'll find is that like everything else you always have – in fact, Albert Pike called them the front, basically the portico, like a skirt around a woman at the bottom. The bottom part of their skirt and that's the masses of masons and he said they're no different from the regular population really and they act as a good defense because they do the charitable work. When they're asked questions they'll stand up. They'll say what they've been taught basically, which is a moral thing, a self-improvement thing yah-de-yah-de-yah. However, when you go into Albert Pike's higher writings and you take the connections between the revolutionary societies, which are completely intertwined in fact, from their own writings – read Trotsky's "My Life." He tells you about Masonry. He was one. He joined it. He was writing an encyclopedia of masonry at the time when he was killed, assassinated, so these guys are all intertwined. Pike also talked about the end eventually of private property and all the usual goals that we have today and of course the natural aristocracy running the world, so it's an elitist thing at the top. Even the Rosicrucians at the bottom don't know, or the masons, that it's also a eugenical program because all through the books (and I have stacks of them here) they keep talking about teaching their children how to pick the right partner, how to get the young female offspring, have the Grand Master even in the area teach them all the right virtues, yah-de-yah, to make her the perfect Mason's wife and all this kind of stuff. It's all to do with inbreeding into a perfection of the race.
Rick: Wow. I was having a conversation with a friend of mine too, a women whom I'm kind of interested in, and I said because I'm against Jessica's law because they want to put bracelets on everybody and she said well I think they should put a microchip in people, in these prisoners, these sex offenders. She gave me an example of a person who abused his wife and how the bracelets didn't help and I said well the microchip isn't going to help either.
Alan: It doesn't matter. See, most folk, they're not conscious, you realize that? They don't think anything out because they've not been taught to think. What they do is they sit back and allow the experts on TV to give them their opinion and everything on TV is presented in such a way you'll come to the desired conclusion, thinking you're reaching it by yourself, according to the evidence they're showing you and it's as simple as that. They don't think beyond. They don't think about the misuse or abuse of anything. They will always go for the next step of slavery.
Rick: Yes. When I said to her that's not going to – all it does is track location. It's not going to help him or change anything and she said well that's why we need something like a Clockwork Orange and this woman she seemed intelligent but there she goes right into the--.
Alan: You have to understand there's a big difference that's been very muddied and confused, and it's intelligence as opposed to educability. Now you can train parrots to speak. You can train monkeys to do jobs. Being a good parrot doesn't mean you’re intelligent. It means you're good at repeating and you’re very well easily educated along a certain path. Now the other term for education is indoctrination.
Rick: Okay. Thank you very much.
Alan: I'll be back with more after these messages. Hi folks. I'm Alan Watt and this is Cutting Through the Matrix. Stick with us and we'll see if we can get the rest of the show done. We’ve got some problems on the technical side somewhere and this other article I'm going to read here is about it's from GI News.com.au and this is an interesting piece on the children that are growing up and what those that have trained them expect them to do, how to behave and so on.
"Get Ready, here comes Generation Z."
Alan: Now they had the different X, Y's, now they've got Z.
"By Annalise Walliker, February 25, 2008. They are a generation that have never known life without mobiles, internet and are concerned about terrorism and the environment."
Alan: Well, that's what they've been indoctrinated with you see. I think this first was published in the Herald Sun.
It says here:
"THEY may come at the end of the alphabet, but they'll soon be at the forefront of tackling the most complex problems our world has ever faced. They're Generation Z, born from 1995 onwards, the latest generation made up of today's babies and children. This year sees two important milestones for the Zs because the oldest of the generation are becoming teenagers and this year's prep students will be the graduating class of 2020, the year now the focus of the Rudd Government's summit. But, even though some Generation Z children have not been born yet, experts can predict their key traits by understanding their childhood and the challenges they face. Generation Z had easily adapted to the challenges of the modern world, including technology, terrorism and climate change…"
Alan: I'll read that part again.
"They have easily adapted to the challenges of the modern world, including technology, terrorism and climate change said Sarah Cornish…"
Alan: In other words, they're taking it as a normal. I've said before, children that are born into a system that can be vastly different from their parents, won't question it if the parents don't know to question it either. This is from the former editor of magazine Total Girl.
"They have never known a life without the internet, let alone computers, and many don't know a world without mobile phones," she said. "Most are also born post-September 11 and some of our readers are concerned about terrorism, and they are much more environmentally aware than previous generations."
Alan: That's the indoctrinations you see.
"When the Herald Sun interviewed seven Gen Z students from Reservoir's Merrilands College, aged from eight to 13, almost all identified global warming and climate change as the world's biggest issue."
Alan: Because it's been drummed into them you see from kindergarten.
"When asked about terrorism most could recall the September 11 attacks, despite being only very young when they happened. "They blow up everything like the Twin Towers. People had to jump off the building otherwise they'd get a face full of fire," Royce, 12, said. Technology is just another toy to play with for many of the children. "I use the internet a lot. I have a PlayStation 2, a Nintendo DS and a mobile phone. They're all pink," Brittany, 10, said. As a result, we might be raising a generation of little adults where the age of seven was the new 17, child psychologist Andrew Fuller said. "We're seeing an erosion of childhood.
Alan: He says "kids."
"Children aren't allowed to be children for very long and they're made into little consumers at a very young age."
Alan: Because they're targeted by the marketing companies. I added that part.
"They've grown up in a world which is focused on achievement and outcome, and some are suffering anxiety about what they do when they finish school already."
Alan: Yes, I understand that. You're supposed to make your mind up at school what you're going to do for the rest of your life.
"But this adult mindset meant Gen Z would become the most educated generation ever, social analyst David Chalke said…."
Alan: Now he's a propagandist obviously who's going to push the party line.
"They will have more degrees, certificates and more diplomas than any other generation preceding them . . . and being forced to grow up younger will make them more street-smart," he said."
Alan: Really? They'll be more indoctrinated really.
"Generation Zs also faced an ageing population and a lack of water, electricity and housing, Mr Chalke said. "The likelihood is they may never buy a house…"
Alan: That's true. Most of the young ones now tell you there's no point in buying. They're just as well renting them.
"KPMG demographer Bernard Salt disagrees, but admits houses may not become affordable until Gen Zs reach mid-adulthood. "When the Baby Boomers start to die off, the housing market could well be flooded with sales," he said. The looming recession would be a culture shock for the Zs, who experienced unprecedented prosperity during their childhood, Mr Salt said. "After 16 years of economic prosperity, the probability is Zs will have experienced perhaps quite significant economic turmoil before they get to adulthood. That's going to . . . make them a little more measured, reserved and conservative." Social researcher Mark McCrindle believes the future is in better hands than ever. "Zs will make great strides to deal with these challenges because it's really left fingerprints on them from the youngest years and will inform their life choices," he said. Just don't expect a revolution."
Alan: Yes, don't expect that.
"Zs are a more sophisticated generation who will use technology and their own small networks and innovations to make a difference."
Alan: In other words, the children are growing up exactly as it was planned and their indoctrination from a very early age is taking effect very well. It's all we know, after all. It's all they've been taught, that's been drummed into them and what's being parroted from their cartoons. The cartoons too, that's all you'll see now is cartoon characters talking about the environment and bio-friendly and all this kind of stuff, and it becomes part of the child's terminology and part of the their thoughts. They don't question. They don't think they're being lied to. Why should they think they're being lied to? It doesn't dawn on them.
Now we'll go to Telly from California. Are you there?
Telly: Yes I am. Thanks for taking my call. Can you hear me?
Alan: Yes, go ahead.
Telly: Okay. First of all, I look forward to some of your regular callers. I like Rick who's out here in California somewhere too. He always has a lot of good points and I'd like to thank Linda who does a lot of the English transcripts. I do want to start making copies and placing them in places and the reason I'm calling is if there's any Spanish translators that could do it as well, it would just be great to have like one page English and on the other side Spanish because there are a lot of Spanish people out here in California and I have a lot of Spanish friends. I just don't speak it and somebody last week was talking about how people that are from Mexico, they're very receptive because they've lived in tyrannical type of environments, so I was just sort of hoping that any Spanish translators could possibly keep doing it so we can get the word out there to all the races.
Alan: There are some translations available on alanwattsentientsentinel.eu.
Telly: Yes. The last one is November 7th.
Alan: That's because the main one works between school terms and so on, and I'm waiting for more coming in, and I also have another one that applied as well which I'll have to get back to.
Telly: Okay, I'm sure you're very busy.
Alan: It takes a while too. I mean translation takes quite a while sometimes.
Telly: Oh yes, I can imagine.
Alan: They try to get the concepts from language into another without losing too much. It's quite the challenge.
Telly: Yes, I'm sure. Anyway, I'd just like to throw it out there and I enjoy listening to your show and I'll keep listening and doing what I can.
Alan: Okay. Thanks very much.
Telly: Okay that's it. Thank you very much.
Alan: Bye now. Now there's Eric from Ohio there. Are you there, Eric?
Eric: How are you, Alan?
Alan: How are you doing, Eric?
Eric: Pretty good. I went to a meeting, kind of a New Age movie kind of thing they had at the local Carnegie Library down here. When they got done there was some lady out there in the hallway talking about us stopping to eat meat because the meat and the cows were causing greenhouse gases and the greenhouse gases were – and I remember you talking about that like 10 years ago that something like that would come about and it's actually here now. So how much sooner will they say we need to get rid of people because people breathe too much?
Alan: That's already been discussed amongst them. They're starting to discuss population reduction and they're discussing "should the unfit be left to live?" you know, those who are crippled and so on, and how they define them as unfit. All the old Natzi stuff is all intertwined, as you know, with theosophy of what they now call the New Age. In fact, Hitler was a great fan of old Blavatsky there. He had her book there and so did a lot of his top leaders. It's the same old agenda under many different names. It's always the same agenda and I keep telling people Natziism is always associated with one country as a national thing, but that's really how it manifested part of its system there. It was in fact international. It was a philosophy. It was a complete philosophy of life.
Eric: If they look at it as being nationalism but from what I understood was it was to bring the German culture out internationally is what they wanted.
Alan: That's right, and also that science should also be at the lead of it. Science, the intellectuals, bureaucracies again that would run the system and make this wonderful utopia, but again it was going to be stage managed by those at the top who decided who should live and die and who was fit to breed and all the rest of it. People don't realize there was a breeding program involved in that whole scenario and it didn't start with Hitler because other people who followed Blavatsky like George Bernard Shaw, "Man and Superman," you know the book that he wrote. All these characters have been fans of Blavatsky, the Fabian Society characters and it's the same agenda. It's the same agenda all through different countries even in the Darwinist Era and so on. All that comes to the same philosophy of eugenics and superiority.
Eric: I just recently am completing a book right now called "War of the Weak" by Edwin Black and what he traces back pretty much how the modern eugenics movement started and what their views were and you just see all these elite names from the turn of the century in America and in Britain and they didn't – man, they had no belief, no empathy for anything or anyone that was not fitting the mold they wanted to fit. They actually went into different parts of like Appalachia and just would sterilize these people because they thought this was the thing to do.
Alan: Yes and went on up into the '70's in fact, I believe.
Eric: No sense of wrong about this. This is something they needed to do.
Alan: You see, it's scientific. The new religion is science.
Eric: Oh yes.
Alan: You can add statistics and all that stuff and how they'll be outpaced by all the inferior types if they don't kill them off and it's got all these graphs and all the rest of it, going all the way back to Thomas Malthus, same old stuff.
Eric: The money to run the stuff is like the Carnegie Foundation, the Rockefeller Foundation. You had people from Johns Hopkins University, Princeton University, Harvard, Yale, the University of Chicago of course, all of them pushing this whole idea that the unfit people needed to be eliminated, and the same names of the elite that you're always used to hearing everywhere else. It's just kind of amazing to me and I've heard you talk about this over and over but it's outlined in the book and it's quite shocking.
Alan: It's the same agenda. It goes under many different guises and names, and like a Phoenix bird, it transforms itself into the next new name for the next era – "the new freedom," whatever they want to call it; or even the freedom of Thatcher's system, this sort of new type of democracy, the "neocons" they called themselves then, that was when you first heard it. It's the same agenda unfolding under the guise of freeing and more liberty, but actually using more science and more techniques to take power from the people so they can start culling them down. I don't think people realize from Margaret Thatcher's time on, the healthcare and all the other services the British people had built up to help them were all pretty well destroyed and taken over and privatized and all the rest of it, but the public have less and less and less. The class system is back well and strong back in Britain and other countries and they've even shown through statistics and data, their own statistics in fact, that if you're born in one part of England your chance of surviving past five years of age now are decreasing as it was 100 years ago. That's what it's fallen to now. Where you're born in England now will depend if you've got a good chance of survival or not.
Eric: Healthcare is probably going to be dealt out in some sort of eugenics means too.
Alan: There's no doubt. In fact a lot of the inoculations is all to do with that too.
Eric: Well, it was nice talking to you and you have a great show.
Alan: And thanks for calling.
Eric: All righty.
Alan: Now I've got Steve from New York. Are you there, Steve?
Steve: Hey Alan, how are you sir?
Alan: Not so bad.
Steve: Okay. I just wanted to give you a call just to thank you for your website and also the free videos you put online. No really questions, I just wanted to show my appreciation and you have a good night, sir.
Alan: Thanks very much for calling. That's good because appreciation is always helpful, plus people too, remember, can contribute and keep it going because I don't sell a lot of stuff here.
Now there's also Tim from Indiana. Are you there, Tim?
Tim: Yes, I'm here. Hey, just a couple of things. One big observation, I read William Cooper's "Behold A Pale Horse" a while back and he was talking about like how they introduced AIDS and how they have like little things in the paper saying come test this out and I think it was like in New York or San Francisco or what not. Anyway, I was reading like a little local paper here where I live at and I don't want to say the name of the company but there's like a little article and it says, "healthy male and such and such company needs healthy men to participate in a medical research study." And it just says to qualify you have to be a healthy male, age 18 to 45, blah-blah-blah, but it says participants will receive compensation for up to $4,100 for time, participation and they may get some personal satisfaction knowing that your volunteering in this critical trial that they may be helping improve medical outcomes for future generations. Looking at that advertisement and they show like a picture of kind of an average male, but it says healthy male, this little trial, $4,100. I know a lot of people would jump on it but who knows what they'll be tested for. Who knows? That might be like the start of something big but I just seeing that and it's like this--
Alan: They always do a booming business when unemployment is going up and I seen ads too in the Toronto Sun all the time for years for these particular people to come forward, mainly students or unemployed people, and they give them all kinds of shots and doses and all the rest of it and studies. It's easier in Canada because in a socialized system you can follow them down through their lives then and see what effects it has for the whole of their lives. Hold on, we'll talk about this after the break.
Hi folks. Alan Watt back with Cutting Through the Matrix and talking to Tim from Indiana about the voluntary tests they have. Not really voluntary, they pay you so-many dollars. They make it all legal that way. They can always say that in the comeback they paid you for it and no doubt there's fine print there that anything that happens is outside of their hands and it was your own fault basically for volunteering. There's a great book. It was called "Acres of Skin." It's one of the best books written from an insider who helped prepare a lot of these tests that were done on the public and on prison inmates, often for very little money, very little rewards in fact, and the drastic consequences it had on the people. It's a dodgy thing and it's so sad because when people are really broke and down and out they look through these little ads and so on, for help wanted or employment and so on, and they're very likely to go for the bait and it can be so self-destructive. Remember, the poorer you are, the less power you have for a voice. There's no one to stand up for you if anything goes wrong, which it often does. Are you still there, Tim?
Tim: Yes, I'm still here. I just think like that article or this little ad, it was just the whole concept of you know you might just take satisfaction in just helping future generations. I guess future generations being that there will probably be less of us. That's all I have.
Alan: Thanks for calling. Yes, they'll be less of us of course but these companies never do anything for the public. It's like politicians with their grandstanding. It's the same thing with corporations and how they're part of your community. Now that's the big slogan. They don’t give a darn about the public. They're in for big profits and they're also in for other purposes. When you have corporations to do with the mind and psychiatry and all the rest of it working together for control purposes, and pharmaceutical agencies, you better be very, very careful. Beware of these characters because control is the bottom line and you have no idea what they're actually testing you for, regardless of what they tell you, and they're so nefarious with their past histories you couldn't trust them at all. You honestly can't trust these people.
It's bad enough when we've got a drugged society out there because of some kind of fake normal you're supposed to fit into that does not exist and never could exist and the complexity of human beings. What they give you is fake normal to fit into and there's a pill now for everything and the pills all have drastic side effects and consequences for those who take them, never mind killing your liver; it will kill off your brain cells too. However, we've got to be so, so careful now because this is a commercialized society and everything is intertwined now.
The ads have made us drop our guards. We've dropped our guards because of the advertising with all the smiling happy faces and people with white coats who care – they're are all actors on television. The people who do the ads and participate are not real doctors and all the rest of it. They're actors but you fall for these things and you don't realize the corporations are very cold at the top and they don't give a darn about you, little old you, or if you're happy or not happy. That's irrelevant, as long as the bucks flow, and it's so sad to see them now hand in hand with the governments and your big-pharma companies pushing inoculations as though they had the right to do it.
Since when do private corporations making big money tell your government to give the public shots for anything?
It’s disgusting what's happening. Look into the latest flu shot. You'll find they were wrong again with their mix. They tell us that at the end of every year.
From Hamish and myself, up here in Ontario, Canada, where it's pretty cold, it's good night and may your god or your gods go with you.
(Transcribed by Linda)