July 28th, 2011 (#885)
Alan Watt "Cutting Through The Matrix" LIVE on RBN:
Poem Copyright Alan Watt July 28th, 2011:
Climate Change -- All Because the
Wizard of OZ
Created Greening While You were Dreaming:
"You Must Study Words, Ensure They're Verified,
Then Listen to Terms Being Institutionalized,
Such as Climate Change, Global Warming,
Dark Clouds On the Horizon Storming,
Carbon Footprint, Green and Greening,
This Totalitarian System's Steaming
At Full Speed to Reach Every Knave
That Under Communism/Greening is a Slave,
All Disposable Income will Disappear,
Paying Energy Taxes to Allay the Fear
Of the Planet Becoming All Used Up,
Enter Bureaucrats All Smiles, Corrupt,
Yes, They're the Heroes Who'll Save the Day
By Having You Pay and Pay"
© Alan Watt July 28th, 2011
Poem & Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt Ė July 28th, 2011 (Exempting Music, Literary Quotes, and Callers' Comments)
Hi folks, Iím Alan Watt and this is Cutting Through the Matrix on July the 28th, 2011. For newcomers, you should look into cuttingthroughthematrix.com and help yourself to the audios which are there for free download. Thereís hundreds and hundreds to choose from. And thereís a lot of it thatís mundane, mind you. Thereís a lot of plodding through. And Iím sure itís a lot of stuff that a lot of listeners already know, but it gives you good references to whatís happening in the world as we chronicle our journey through this big New World Order, with the planned changes from all the big rich people at the top, and all the organizations which they run, basically. How agendas are set in stone, and it doesnít matter if science agrees or disagrees with them, they go ahead, regardless. Weíve got to understand weíre living through big, big agendas, for this new world order. And we get trivial answers or ridiculous answers as to why itís all really happening. Nonetheless, weíre going through it.
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And we are going through a system, as I say, planned a long time ago, chiseled in stone. Thereís nothing thatís going to change it as far as politics goes. Itís just not going to happen. All the bureaucracies across the planet who are there, regardless of political parties are all behind this. Theyíve all been trained for years, generation after generation, towards this particular conglomerate, or conglomeratization I guess youíd call it, of the entire planet, as we go into a world order. And itís going to cause a lot of strife. It already is. Weíre watching wars going across the world. Weíve been living through them for years now. And people just munch away at their chips and forget about it, but these are ongoing wars to standardize the world into one system. And itís important, of course, that NATO and all the other organizations involved in this standardize one generation of children into the new system, and then it takes off on its own after that. And thatís really whatís happening. And lots of folk will suffer and are suffering as they go forward with this big massive agenda. Itís quite something.
Uniformity has always been the goal, for instance, of totalitarianism. Everyone has to be uniform. And the system has to be uniform. And the whole of society at one time had to be uniform. Now itís the whole of the world has to be uniform. Monotonous uniformity, thatís what youíre going into, with all the politically correct themes and terms and memes put out there that weíre supposed to copy and emulate and parrot back in our conversations. And unfortunately, as Iím sure youíre well aware, youíre hearing it and maybe even doing it yourself, unfortunately.
This is what you call the institutionalization of the terms in society. And RAND and other big organizations that have worked in bringing this big global system in have talked about it, the big special psychological organizations involved and the neuroscientists talk about it too. You must institutionalize the terms into society. So, even if the newscaster is talking about something to do with rocket travel, heís got to somehow bring in the word sustainability, greening, and carbon, and all the rest of it into his little talk. And thatís how you get it institutionalized throughout society. Thereís not a political speech that takes place on any topic without bringing all of this in. Back with more, after this break.
Hi folks, weíre back and this is cuttingthroughthematrix. Talking about the mayhem as we go through this new change, big, planned change across the world. Weíve been indoctrinated for years towards it in fact, through movies, through newscasts on television, and through lots of other means of media. We constantly get updated and prepared for whatís to come in a sense, prepared always, so that it isnít so striking and we donít kind of rebel about it when it happens.
It reminds me of the book, The Shape of Things to Come, by H.G. Wells, and the movie they made about it too, an old black and white movie of Things to Come, where a small elite eventually rise and take over the whole planet, and they call themselves the Freemasonry of the Air at one point. And they bombed the whole planet with the Peace Bomb, Peace Gas it was called to make everybody behave, and to give up their arms and their nations. And then it jumps into the future, where interestingly enough, the offspring of this same elite who ruled are still ruling, and theyíre the high scientific class, the better gene types, and they keep changing things so quickly in society that the society down below at the big towers start to rebel because they get so sick of the changes. One change after another, rapid changes, and they couldnít keep up. They couldnít get a stable society for one generation where things were much the same. It was just change, change, change. Well, thatís pretty well how weíre being trained right now. Weíre getting geared towards massive changes one after another.
And the odd thing is, once you start adopting into the changes, itís much quicker and easier for the leaders to do to you, and itís much easier for you to go through them too, because you kind of lose your sense in the big rush, as youíre whisked through these changes. You lose your identity. You lose your personality, in a sense, youíre depersonalized, and that hits a lot of people with depressions and things. So youíve got to hold on to who you are as we go through all these changes, regardless of how crazy society seems to be, and regardless of how crazy even the talk of those around you seems to be, as they parrot the terms, the slogans in fact thatís been downloaded into them from the media and the news, and through all the other means of entertainment, etc.
Now, this ties in with one article tonight, because Iím thinking about police in fact. Police again, like all other arms of government today, of holding the peace, or basically maintaining the peace for their overlords, and thatís really what police are for, to protect a system. And theyíre given all the goodies and toys that the military have got too. Theyíve been using them in the Middle East for quite some years now, facial profiling and iris scanning of citizenry. And now it comes home. It always comes home eventually, partly because weíre kind of used to watching it being done to people in other countries in the Middle East. Weíre getting used to the idea of it, so itís no big deal when it hits us. But you give them a new toy, and they go crazy at first, of course.
Itís like breathalyzers. I can remember when breathalyzers first came out, and it was like Christmas for the police. And they were just stopping everybody and asking you to blow these things. It doesnít matter who you were. And it was a new toy for them. And eventually it faded off a bit, because they got fed up with it themselves. Hereís an article now, it says:
Device Raises Fear of Facial Profiling
Dozens of law-enforcement agencies from Massachusetts to Arizona are preparing to outfit their forces with controversial hand-held facial-recognition devices as soon as September, raising significant questions about privacy and civil liberties.
(Alan: Well, whoís asking the questions? It says:)
With the device, which attaches to an iPhone, an officer can snap a picture of a face from up to five feet away,
(A: And Iíll bet you anything, the next model that comes out, theyíll have to buy two, of course, will be much further than that.)
or scan a person's irises from up to six inches away, and do an immediate search to see if there is a match with a database of people with criminal records. The gadget also collects fingerprints.
I mean, you know, it wonít matter. Eventually weíll all have to be in the big database, the big global database, with everything on it, iris scans, fingerprints, DNA, the whole lot, on a centralized computer for the planet. And I know thatís coming for sure. And they do that in Europe, too, by the way. Any gadget they get there goes into a single European database for the whole of Europe.
Now, we like to think that genetics is, well, we did for a while think that genetics had died away after World War II, with eugenics, the whole idea of eugenics, with its discrimination to people who are different in any way whatsoever, or simply donít measure up to the right 6í2Ē or whatever it happens to be at the time. Theyíre bringing a lot of it back now too. And thereís no really shame about it, either, by the ones who are bringing all these things in.
Colour-coded children: School puts bright children in different uniforms
(A: Than the rest of them in the school, right? It says:)
A secondary school is Ďstreamingí pupils based on ability in an attempt to attract those from well-off families.
From the age of 11 all pupils are segregated Ė taught in separate colour-coordinated buildings, play in fenced-off areas and eat lunch at separate times.
(A: Well, thereís a built-in class distinction right there.)
Pupils are ranked as they leave primary school and placed into one of three mini schools at Crown Woods College, Greenwich.
The gifted and talented go to Delamere and wear purple ties and purple badges.
The rest go to Ashwood, which wears blue, or Sherwood, which wears red.
(A: I guess thatís the junk genes, at the bottom. It says:)
These two schools are more mixed ability but are still streamed into three tiers.
Critics yesterday warned the move is demoralizing for pupils and would merely increase competition and animosity between them rather than raise standards.
(A: But then again, they get the head teacher on about it, who said itís a great thing to bring in more money to the school from the well-off parents. And mind you, his salary, who runs this school:)
Mr Murphy is one of the highest-paid headteachers in England, last year earning £171,483.
Isnít that nice.† So, itís astonishing from the days of Charles Darwin to the present, they try to legitimize class distinction by genetics and your ability to compete at school. And lots of children actually donít really grow or flower until they leave school, when the pressure is off them, and then their mind can go to work on what they want. But thatís not taken into account here. So, as I say, youíve got built in discrimination right off the bat. I can remember at school too, at the age of five, youíre put in with a bunch of other children. And then when you were six then you were all segregated into Class A and Class B and C and D. So, eugenics has been going on all along really, mandated again by Charles Galton, who came up with that whole system, and itís doing pretty well. So, here theyíre back at it again.
And with the people who have jumped on to the bandwagon, as expected after this Norwegian massacre, itís astonishing. I mean, you had David Cameron, the Prime Minister of Britain, who was involved up to his neck with Murdoch, whoís a big magnate for all big massive media. Heís got stacks of TV stations across Europe and the States and everywhere else, and newspapers too. In other words, we get our media and our news through Murdoch Inc, basically, under many, many different names they have, of course. Cameron and others, and Blair and Brown, and the previous prime ministers all had this very cozy relationship with Murdoch, who really is just basically an intelligence service, foreign intelligence service, to make sure you get the right spin on all media. Theyíve all taken god knows how many rides on private jets and wined and dined and had private meetings every week with this character, who up until the Norwegian massacre, was up to their eyes again in this collusion. And suddenly, theyíre off the hook again, because this has taken over all of the news.
And thereís David Cameron, standing up on the podium now saying: "British security must be reviewed after Norwegian massacre.Ē Acting the strongman that you always expect to come along to save you all when something terrible happens. So, making the most of it, knowing heís off the hook and the media probably wonít go back and look at all the stuff that heís been up to, whoís been backing him, whoís been maybe even financing him, because, as I say, Murdoch literally wasnít just wiretapping little hapless victims of 7/7 or 9/11 and their relatives to hear all their phone conversations. This guy had been going at it for years and years and he had the taps and the dope on all the top politicians. And if you want to blackmail anybody, thatís why you do it, and thatís what you do. Anyway, Cameronís up there touting and making the most of what happened to that horrible thing in Norway.
And another little article I wanted to mention tonight too is that Arizona now has made a precedent, I suppose, to do with firearms. It says:
Residents of the Arizona town that has become a YouTube sensation after police forcibly removed a woman speaking at a recent public meeting are now experiencing firearms confiscation by the government.
The stunning action is taking place in Quartzsite, Ariz., where Town Councilman Joe Winslow has prompted the seizure of guns from local gem dealer and online entrepreneur Michael Roth because Roth allegedly glared
(A: You know what a glare is. When you glare at someone.)
glared at the councilman, blocked his entrance to Town Hall and called him a "turd."
(A: So, calling someone a name now can get all the firearms confiscated.)
Karen Slaughter, the elected justice of the peace
(A: I canít believe the names in this article. That would kind of make you behave, wouldnít it?† Youíve got someone called Slaughter as the justice of the peace.)
issued a harassment injunction against Roth on behalf of Winslow, the lawmaker who called for the silencing of pet groomer and publisher Jennifer Jones in the infamous video.
And Iíll put that up tonight with the video, and you can look through that for yourselves to see how that drama is going, the stand-off at the Arizona Canal.
Anyway, what I want to talk about tonight too is going back to what I said at the very beginning of this program or this broadcast really it should be called, not a program. Itís not programming anybody, I hope. Itís to do with how they institutionalize terms into society. And you have to understand, it comes from the top think tanks who work on neurolinguistics, I call them psycholinguistics. I prefer that term, but they actually call themselves neurolinguists. And they use terms and slogans. Just like Lenin said, we shall win by slogans. Those who are in control for world democracy as they call it use it too. Back with more, after this break.
Hi folks, weíre back, and this is cuttingthroughthematrix. And Iím trying to talk about really how words and terms are institutionalized throughout society, and it comes from the top, of course, it doesnít start at the grassroots level to do with world government for instance. And for this article here is from the public service of Europe. This amalgamation of Europe has its own massive bureaucracy, massive bureaucracy. And they set the trends. Again, trends are awfully important. The trends that get spread from the high, those on high to those down below. And hereís one of the head ones talking about their aspirations, as they like to call it. In other words, how they want you to behave down in the future. And sheís giving a speech to her own people, all the masses of bureaucrats. This is almost like a Nineteen Eighty-Four version, where theyíre talking to all the bureaucrats at work, the ones who have to be onboard with the agenda, whereas the proles, it didnít matter about the proles really. They were watching trivia. It says:
Democracy must be seen
(A: Think about that, democracy must be seen. Right?)
as a "global aspiration" rather than just a project for Europe or the US,
(A: Because thatís really what it is, isnít it? Itís a project for Europe and the US. But weíve all to see it that way. She says, it must be seen as a global aspiration. Thatís what they call, giving vision. They have men and women with vision, as they call it. The ones who come up with the ideas. So, it must be seen as a global aspiration. Youíre all just dying to be united. Thatís what sheís saying, out there. And its says:)
Catherine Ashton has claimed in a muscular keynote speech in Lithuania.
Speaking at the annual Ministerial Conference of the Community of Democracies, in Vilnius, the European Union High Representative for Foreign Affairs claimed
(A: What a title. I mean, really, what a title, eh?)
The European Union High Representative for Foreign Affairs claimed that Europe was now a "community of democracies"
(A: Again, back to this Communitarianism stuff, and even Walmart is part of your community now, and the ones who flip burgers too. It says:)
that was still learning how to share its most positive elements between member states and beyond.
(A: This is a super-Soviet, I hope you understand. This has got more countries in it than the Soviet ever hoped to get into it. But theyíre calling it democracy. She says:)
"No democracy Ė anywhere on that globe Ė is perfect; and none is complete," she said, appearing to rise to the criticism she has faced for not being more vocal in her role on the world stage. "Every national democracy is a journey;
it is something that continues to evolve. In the EU, we recognize that the journey is best if it is shared.
(A: Well, what option do we have?)
Democracy is the founding value of this union: it is hard-wired into everything that we do."
(A: Itís some union, because all the laws are made by a secretive group at the top who are unelected. Itís anything but democratic. It says:)
Pointing to the process of EU Enlargement,
(A: And this is in capital letters, so itís like a big project, the EU Enlargement.)
Ashton acknowledged the 10 former dictatorships Ė which had joined the European club in 2004 and 2007. Looking to the future, she said: "And what we believe for ourselves within our union, we go and promote beyond our borders.
(A: Donít you ever with bombs and everything. Just like theyíre doing in Libya right now.)
what we believe for ourselves within our union, we go and promote beyond our borders. The Treaty of Lisbon is very clear, and I quote: 'The union's actions on the international scene shall be guided by the principles which have inspired its own creation,
(A: That was secrecy and lying to the public.)
and which it seeks to advance in the wider world: democracy, the rule of law,
(A: But whose law are they talking about? The rule of law, you better ask that question.)
the universality and indivisibility of human rights and fundamental freedoms, and respect for human dignity'."
(A: These are from the countries who were the first to go for euthanasia.)
Admitting that there was no "established model" for democracy
(A: And thatís why they love democracy. Itís an elastic band.)
that could be imposed upon unwilling nations, Ashton added: "It will always adapt locally,
(A: See thereís your ďthink local, act global,Ē or vice versa.)
It will always adapt locally at its own pace and in its own style.
(A: Meaning they put their own people in.)
Above everything, democracy must be wanted and owned locally. We believe that it is very hard to have democracy without development, or development without democracy. The evidence for that is very clear: the two are inter-twined, and mutually reinforcing. Democracy brings economic benefit;
(A: But to whom?)
it attracts investment; it creates jobs.
(A: What an awful thing to say. Europe is technically bankrupt. And every country that used to be independent, who would never be in the money hole, is throwing cash into the black hole of the European Union to keep other countries afloat. It must be great to live in these ivory towers and see a different thing looking down on top of the clouds, rather than looking up and seeing the bottom of the clouds, like most folk. Isnít it? It must change your whole perception on things.)
And economic certainty is the condition for people to engage in and support democracy."
(A: As theyíve told you all to be austere. So anyway, it says:)
Clarifying her own definition for empowering citizens,
(A: Her own definition. Youíve got to really understand the words and how they put it.)
her own definition for empowering citizens, the High Representative continued: "Democracy is much more than voting governments in, or out. What I so often call 'deep democracy' brings the dividend Ė and the safe knowledge Ė that those elections, those opportunities to vote governments in or out, are part of a wider and established system of true democratic institutions
It truly is out of Nineteen Eighty-Four from Orwellís Eight-Four. Itís like a speech thatís given to the working bureaucrats who manage the proles down beneath them. That really is what this article is. And Iíll put this up at cuttingthroughthematrix.com at the end of the night, if you can work your way through it. Thatís the kind of rah-rah speech for how great weíre doing as bureaucrats, basically, running all the plebs. And after this, Iíll go into a book thatís come out from a former French ambassador who says that Israel controls the French intelligence. Back with more, after this.
Hi folks, weíre back, and this is Cutting Through the Matrix. And an article here says:
Former French Foreign Minister: Israel Controls French Intelligence, Lobby Pressures US President
Former French Foreign Minister Roland Dumas referred in a book he published entitled Assaults and Injuries, that "The "Israelis" are doing whatever they want in France, and are controlling the French Intelligence with what serves them.
And he goes on and on about different parts of the book and so on and so on, people heís met in the different governments from Israel and other parts of the world as well. And itís quite an interesting article, because lobbying does go on across the whole planet. Every country does it. And the world is so thick now with intelligence agencies, and even compartments within different agencies where the top ones are really so far beyond the lower ones the lower ones donít even know whatís going on, that the world truly is intriguing. Intriguing is the term, because you never know who youíre dealing with. But thereís no doubt about it, that everybody has got their finger in the pie for the big world and for what comes out of the big worldís plunder, basically, and for their own national interests. And with the EU, of course, itís even more complicated now that youíve got this amalgamation of countries, and youíve got countries with their own intelligence services and then compartments above them working with the European Union into a super intelligence service that you never know who youíre talking to. Youíll never ever know. And thatís just the way it is. So, anyway, an interesting book. I might try and get a hold of it myself and see what else it says. Iíll put that link up tonight for those who might want to have a look at it.
And also here, getting back to Murdoch again, who basically runs an intelligence service, itís called reality creation for the West, but the guy whoís been taking prime ministers for generations across different oceans on his private jet and wining and dining them, and funding them into power too, and giving all of you, as I say, all of you your reality as well, it says here:
Fox briefed Murdoch execs on defence
Defence Secretary Liam Fox has given three private defence briefings to News Corporation boss Rupert Murdoch, his son James and former News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks since coming to power, Number 10 has revealed.
The details, released in light of the phone hacking scandal, show that Fox first briefed Rebekah Brooks and James Murdoch in August 2010.
He then hosted Rebekah Brooks, Rupert Murdoch and Sunday Times editor John Witherow in March this year and again briefed James Murdoch and Rebekah Brooks in June.
The Defence Secretary also attended the News International Summer Party in June 2010.
While the list shows that Fox frequently hosted briefings for newspaper editors, the rationale behind the decision to brief News Corporation and News International executives is less clear.
(A: So really, youíre not supposed to have this interaction, this too cozy interaction between your own defence department execs, and again, the newspaper boys, especially the barons of major media. Itís quite interesting.)
A spokesman for Fox told The Independent newspaper the briefings were because of News International's "interest in defence matters".
And Iíve also got a link to all the different members. I didnít even know that lobby groups were lobbying generals and high members of the military, the airforce and the navy. Iíve got a list of that Iíll put up as well. I knew they all lobbied politicians. We truly live in the dark ages at the very bottom of the heap here. We donít know what goes on. And these guys have all got really hands in making the policies that affect all of us. And they call this democracy. Itís such a joke. Such a joke.
This article here too is:
Green agenda has parallels with excesses of communism
(A: This is from the Herald Sun.)
IN a serendipitous coincidence of timing, in the space of two hours this week, Australians were afforded a sharp, momentary insight into the two opposing ideological mindsets that are competing for the soul of our nation.
In a Sydney hotel on Monday night, Czech President Vaclav Klaus, an economist who fought against communism, was warning of the new threats to our freedom he recognizes in the doctrine of global warming.
Almost simultaneously, in a Hobart casino, Greens senator Christine Milne was unilaterally announcing, on ABC-TV's Q&A show, that the Government would be conducting an inquiry into the section of the Australian media that she finds "extreme(ly) bias(ed) against action on climate change".
Milne's every illiberal pronouncement was greeted with applause by an audience that seemed full of tree huggers, bearded public servants and other recipients of government largesse, about the only growth industry left in Tasmania.
Klaus, on the other hand, was speaking to an audience of economic liberals and climate change realists invited by the Institute of Public Affairs, the Melbourne-based free-market think tank.
(A: Now remember, Australia is really the spearheading, theyíve been chosen to spearhead the carbon taxes and itís rolling ahead. Weíve all to copy them.)
"Twenty years ago we still felt threatened by the remnants of communism. This is really over," Klaus said.
"I feel threatened now, not by global warming -- I don't see any -- (but) by the global warming doctrine,
(A: And thatís the key to it all. Everything runs on doctrine from the top. Itís a doctrine. Just like the Communist doctrine.)
which I consider a new dangerous attempt to control and mastermind my life and our lives, in the name of controlling the climate or temperature."
(A: And heís right on with it.)
Klaus, 70, who has twice been elected as Czech President and is its former prime minister, is one of the most important figures in post-communist Europe. His experiences under totalitarian rule have made him exquisitely alert to the erosion of democratic freedoms.
He said environmentalists had been arguing for decades that we should reduce our consumption of fossil fuels, using various farcical ploys from the exhaustion of natural resources to the threat of "imminent mass poverty and starvation for billions".
Those same environmentalists shamelessly talk now about dangerous global warming.
"They don't care about resources or poverty or pollution.
"They hate us, the humans.
(A: Thatís what he says. Interesting statement, eh?)
They hate us, the humans. They consider us dangerous and sinful creatures who must be controlled by them.
(A: And thatís how all totalitarians see the rest of humanity. They truly believe, and they do hate them. The ones who seek power hate those below them who have no power. Thatís standard.)
"I used to live in a similar world called communism. And I know it led to the worst environmental damage the world has ever experienced."
Global warming alarmists "want to change us, they want to change our behaviour,
(A: And thatís true. Itís behavior modification.)
our way of life, our values and preferences. They want to restrict our freedom because they themselves believe they know what is good for us. They are not interested in climate. They misuse the climate in their goal to restrict our freedom. Therefore ...what is in danger is freedom, not the climate".
(A: Well, that really encapsulates it all, because itís all about freedom, and not having it. You canít have freedom and save the climate, you see, and the planet at the same time. Thatís what theyíre trying to tell you. Thatís why youíve got to have so many laws now, and experts to tell you what to do, what to eat, how much to eat, and what not to do in your garden. In fact, donít have a garden. Leave it to the big multi-national corporations. He says:)
He described the parallels he sees between the loss of freedom under communism and the new global warming doctrine.
Under communism, "politics dictated the economics and dictated life. Our main ambition during the dark communist days was to change that and create an autonomous society and autonomous economic system with only a marginal role played by politics ... I am sorry to discover now politics dictates the economics again.
(A: So politics, itís true, is dictating again all the economic systems.)
And the global warming debate is the same story (in which) politicians dictate the issue".
He said because of his experience of communism, "maybe I am over-sensitive. I am afraid that some of the people who spend their lives in a free society don't appreciate sufficiently all the issues connected with freedom.
"So my over-sensitivity is like an alarm clock warning about the potential development, which I am really afraid of."
So, Iíll put this link up too, because theyíre really rolling ahead. And Iíve noticed theyíre just passing a law there too, to do, not just with carbon taxes, but congestion taxes to try to stop folk driving. Remember too in Agenda 21, what itís got listed there. There will be only essential vehicles, only, will be allowed in the future. Thatís police, fire, politiciansí limos, just like the Soviet system, and that kind of thing, but no private transportation. So, theyíre really going ahead with it in Australia, and we should watch it like a hawk, because itís to be spread across the whole of the world, the same system. And of course, theyíve already been hit with their carbon taxes.
Getting back to this strange link between organizations and the Ministry of Defence, as I say the article Iíll put up too, the other link to the ďMinisterial gifts, hospitality, travel and meetings with external organisations in the Ministry of DefenceĒ. Thatís what itís called. And itís got a whole bunch of PDFs on it, and all the different organizations involved and the cabinet ministers, meaning the politicians as well, meeting with organizations and all the big fine wining and dining theyíve all had, as they all do their in-dealing up at the top there, where they decide what democracy is.
Tonight too, I want to put up a link to do with NATO, because now, it seems like only yesterday, but itís not of course. Over the years you read so many articles on the air that you lose track of time, but I was reading articles where major media of the West was really saying that Libya was the best country of the whole of North Africa. It had no debt, basically. It had a surplus, in fact of gold reserve as well, and how its people lived too. They had the highest standard of living in North Africa at the time. No one was unemployed. All students got free university training. And once you went through university, you got a free apartment, no rent, that kind of thing, and medical aid. And they had this big, massive water project on the go, because of the underground artesian system that they have, and how they literally made the desert bloom. And thinking about that, reading this article today, that Iím about to read, it took me back to what happened with Iraq, once they bombed all of the infrastructure. That was food, all water supplies, all pumps, everything that you need for survival was demolished, on purpose, all targeted. Thatís how you take countries out these days, you go for the central infrastructure. Everything that folk need to live on is destroyed, and then the big corporations move in, and your tax money rebuilds it, and then they hand it over to private corporations that weíre awfully familiar with their names too.
A NATO terrorist attack has hit a water pipes factory in al-Brega, murdering six guards, this being the factory which makes pipes for the great man-made irrigation system across the desert which brings water to seventy per cent of Libyan homes, according to sources in Libya. The factory was hit after the water supply network was destroyed on Friday.
(A: Isnít that awful? It says:)
NATO has committed another war crime, targeting a civilian water supply network which brings water to 70% of Libya's population, according to Pravda.Ru sources in Libya. The general manager of the Man Made River Corporation which controls the pipeline reports it was hit in a NATO strike on Friday. In another clear violation of the law, a consignment from Italy of 19,000 AK-47's was caught in Ajdabiyah by the Libyan authorities, according to Libyan military sources.
(A: So, the big arms dealers are getting paid, no doubt by the West, to get more arms in to the ones who want to take over. It says:)
The international community has two choices: to turn a blind eye like cowards and allow NATO to murder Libyan children...
They donít care. I have to tell people this. I really think the West, and Iíve lived long enough to watch it, we really donít care whoís being murdered across the planet, as long as it isnít us. Maybe weíre just desensitized to it all by now, with television. I know that was part of the problem even in Vietnam, where it was so common to see on the television in America on the news, night after night, of people getting bombed. Eventually people had their dinner watching TV and watching this, because they were desensitized to it. I think in this system weíre in today, itís so humanistic or atheistic that we donít really care. Weíre dehumanized, actually. And thatís whatís happened to most of us. Iíll put this link up tonight anyway. And also a link to a video, where youíll actually see what remains of this fantastic water project. And believe you me, everybody, I mean everybody wants to get their hands on this water supply, that goes all the way to Egypt.
And Iíve got another article here, it says, water is more precious than oil, and thatís where to invest. So, theyíre already getting on board, and Iím sure theyíve already picked out the company that will own it. You understand, before the Iraq War, and it came out years afterwards, and Iíve read them on the air, all the big boys, all the big corporations, Shell, BP, all the usual suspects were in seeing the Prime Minister asking, ďWell, if youíre going to go into Iraq, weíd like this oil field here and that oil field there. And they literally did all their wheeling and dealing before they even went in to attack Iraq. The same thing is happening here. And under this, for the people at the bottom, the proles, youíve got all this stuff about bringing democracy to Iraq. Utter hypocrisy. It is just astonishing.
When youíre small, you look up to adults because you think theyíre mature and theyíre wise. At least you hope they are. But the older you get, until you become one, yourself, you realize that theyíre no wiser than you were when you were small. And to be honest with you too, they do more lying and cheating and so on than the children do. The children maybe canít help it. The children live in different worlds. They live in partly a hypnosis part of the day, with their daydreaming and fantasy, and then back into reality. What excuse do the adults have, except pure greed? You know. Pure, utter greed and private profit for all of this. Itís disgusting. Disgusting.
Maybe what we should do with the military-industrial complex is invent machines that all politicians have to go through the tests, to see if theyíre, number one, psychopathic, and that would, mind you, weíd have no governments left, Iím afraid. I really do believe that. Thatís the only type who generally go into politics. And maybe you should have a rotating system where everybody would have to do so much time in politics, just like you do in jury duty, and no permanent body there at all, who could form a clique and then start to rule over you. Thatís the only way youíre going to get any truth coming out from government to the people, if you want government at all, that is. Governmentís job has always been to say, well, you need us to protect you from those guys over there. Well, in a global society, you see, they have to find terror within. Thatís what Stalin knew too. And so, youíre looking towards a lifelong, maybe a few generations of terror within, just like the movie Brazil. It was a comedy movie, but it wasnít made by guys who were down there, it was made by guys who had been to Oxford and all. They knew what they were doing.
And, as we go through austerity:
National Health Service delays operations 'as it waits for patients to die or go private'
(A: This is the same system, and Iíve mentioned it before, and Iíve put the RAND Corporationís article up there, their study into the American system that theyíre bringing in. Itís copied on the British system. Well, this is from the British system.)
National Health Service delays operations 'as it waits for patients to die or go private'
(A: This is from the mainstream media. This is the Telegraph. Theyíre waiting longer, it says:)
Health service trusts are ďimposing pain and inconvenienceĒ by making patients wait longer than necessary, in some cases as long as four months, the study found.
Executives believe the delays mean some people will remove themselves from lists ďeither by dying or by paying for their own treatmentĒ
(A: Thereís the blackmail coming in, as they try to go back to the private system. So it says:)
The Co-operation and Competition Panel says the tactic is one of a number used by managers (A: Hospital managers) that ďexcessively constrainĒ patientsí rights to choose where to be operated upon, and damage hospitalsí ability to compete for planned surgery.
It claims unfair practices are ďendemicĒ in some areas of England and pose a ďserious riskĒ to the Governmentís drive to open up the health service to competition.
Itís always a play, again, for business, isnít it?
Hi folks, weíre back and this is Cutting Through the Matrix. And Iíll try and hit Werner, whoís been hanging on here. Is Werner on the line there?
Werner: Yeah. Good evening, Alan.† Listen, you mentioned earlier about the globalization and the environmental issues. Globalization and centralization is more wasteful for resources than decentralization. And then, at the same time, look, we are biological beings. We have to fit into the biological system of the planet. You know. And when people are being spread out, you know, then everything gets recycled. You know. And this is, you know, as I say, most of those environmental organizations, theyíre basically wolves in sheepís clothing.
Alan: Yeah. I know that. A lot of them have come out beforehand. This has been going on for years. Iíve done shows before, where theyíve gone after the spotted oil or some frog or something, thatís supposed to be. They actually put them on the land, photograph them, and then send them off to the government. And then, in come the government guys, and they literally stop farmers from even farming on the land. Oh, this is an endangered species. Theyíve done this. Iíve even got articles, videos, where the leaders of some of the Green Movements are teaching classes on how to do this to all their devotees, how to go out and plant these particular animals on someoneís land to get the land from them. This is taught like a regular school or university course.
Werner: See, Alan, Iíve been a farmer my whole life. And I figure, over the years, some of us have been hanging on under great sacrifices, you know. Hanging on to the land, looking after the land. But I figure, sooner or later, some smart asses, they will figure out some kind of a way to, well, basically the same way as what the Communists did, you know.
Alan: Itís right on. Absolutely, itís the same thing.
Werner: Whatís yours is mine, but whatís mine is not yours, you know.
Alan: Itís the same thing.
Werner: But anyway, you mentioned there about Libya and Iraq. What I donít understand, you know why isnít there an outcry among the people about the International Court in The Hague?† Those are basically war crimes.
Alan: They are war crimes, yeah.† Youíve got murdering of civilians, murdering of civilians. Theyíve broken every treaty theyíve signed with Libya, because theyíre still allowed, under the United Nations and the various conventions, that it is a country, itís a recognized country under this particular type of leadership. And theyíre slaughtering people over there. They want to plunder. The outsiders want to plunder the resources. Thereís no doubt about it, just like Iraq too.
Werner: I was wondering, you know this, you mentioned the aquifer there, under that part of North Africa.† Could it be that maybe some of the Southern European nations, like maybe Italy or France or Spain, some multi-national water companies, they might have an eye onto the water resources.
Alan: Theyíve already discussed that. Thereís been articles in the paper before, long before this even started, watching this massive project with water in that area, that literally could supply two or three countries, and the articles are here too, how, as I say, water is going to be more expensive than oil. Itís the best thing to invest in. And theyíre salivating over who gets the rights to take this over. And Iím sure itís all been decided. So, outside forces, no doubt, theyíve taken over Britainís water supply, other countriesí water supply. There will be one institution eventually that owns the whole water supply of the world, and thatís where theyíre going.
Werner: So, basically they come in as wolves in sheepís clothing.
Alan: Yes. Thereís no doubt about it. Thanks for calling. And even one of the secretaries for Canada, whoís out of office now, McClellan, she said the same thing. It doesnít matter if global warming is all a scam; we can use this to redistribute the wealth across the world, basically. So, itís a Communist idea, but Communists love multi-trillionaires, and they like to be them too. From Hamish and myself in Ontario, Canada, itís good night, and may your god or your gods go with you.
show covered in following links:
Police and Facial Recognition
Eugenics at Work in School--Colour-Coding Caste System
Cameron and Murdoch Off the Hook with Norway Story
Escalation in Arizona
Democracy Must Spread Across the Globe
Former French Foreign Minister says Israelis Control French Intelligence
Murdoch's Intelligence Agency
Ministry of Defence---Report on Gifts Freebie Travel etc.
Green Agenda and Parallels with Communism
NATO Now Targeting Vital Infrastructure---Water
Footage of Damaged Water Supply System
Citi Says Water Market will Soon Eclipse Oil
National Health Service Delays Operations as it Waits for Patients to Die or go Private