September 9th, 2011 (#916)
Alan Watt "Cutting Through The Matrix" LIVE on RBN:
Poem Copyright Alan Watt September 9th, 2011:
You can Always Vote, eh?
Politics, Media Controls Your Minds,
Ensuring You're 50 Yrs. Behind Times:
"We're All So Dosed with Media Spin,
Experts at Containing Minds Within
National Concepts 50 Yrs. Outdated,
While Globalism Pushed Ahead Unabated,
Massive Alliances of Corporations,
Governments, Academia, Using Our Taxations,
Foundations, Big Banks, NGO Lobbies,
Working to Bring in Their Utopian Hobbies
Of Greening, Harmony, Sustainable Living,
The Majority of Peasants will Work for a Shilling,
Managerial Control-Freaks' Rewards Must Be High,
Real Meat for Them, No GM Apple Pie"
© Alan Watt September 9th, 2011
Poem & Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt Ė September 9th, 2011 (Exempting Music, Literary Quotes, and Callers' Comments)
Iím Alan Watt and this is Cutting Through the Matrix, on the 9th of September, 2011. For newcomers, look into the website, cuttingthroughthematrix.com. Youíll see a whole bunch of sites listed there. Theyíre the official sites I have. They all carry hundreds of audios for download. And they also all carry transcripts in English of a lot of the talks Iíve given for print up. And if you see the one thatís called alanwattsentientsentinel.eu listed on the .com site, that will take you to a site where you can take a choice, a variety of languages for print up. So, help yourselves.
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Hi folks, weíre back, this is Cutting Through the Matrix. Remember too, overseas listeners can order as well by using PayPal, Money Gram, or Western Union. And again, straight donations would be certainly, certainly welcome, because Iím running backwards here right now. And as I say, I have to come to a decision shortly as to what to do. I could go back to private teaching, which is definitely more lucrative, and it also gives me a lot more free time. Thereís no free time at all in what I do here, because I donít have a big staff punching up everything on the screen for me. Otherwise, I could. I could take half the day off and go for a walk once in a while.
Anyway, I talked about weíre fighting really with antique tools a system which is way ahead of us. Weíre really almost 50 years in the past with intelligence. The media is designed to keep you there, of course, thinking the government is just the government, even though part of your mind, if you think at all, will keep thinking about, well, the big G20 meetings and these global meetings and global this and global that. Most folk donít. They still think all you do is go out and vote for whoever they present to you at each election and things go on as normal. They actually adapt, and this is the key to everything, adaptation, people adapt because theyíre trained to adapt. They have the ability in them to, but theyíre also trained to adapt in their system as it changes. Weíre geared. Weíre hit in so many almost subconscious ways and prompted, as Sunstein would call it, into adaptation in the proper fashion because those who run the world always make sure you get the proper culture or even religion sometimes for the proper times made by the proper authorities, so that the people will behave properly. And they do, along with your culture and everything else.
Now, last night I talked a bit about a meeting. I put two links up that in Chicago:
Politicians, labor activists and ice cream makers gather to influence free-trade agreement
(Alan: And that was by this Tribune reporter, Chicago Tribune. And it talks about the celebration of Labor Day spirit, etc, that kicked off actually in Australia if I remember right, the actual day, May Day, or Labor Day, I should say. It says:)
Beginning Tuesday, leaders from the nine countries involved with the Trans-Pacific Partnership pact
(A: This is a massive expansion of the North American Free Trade Deal. Donít think for a minute they just have this meeting. This meeting was planned a long time ago and bureaucrats and big business leaders, world managers I call all of them together now collectively, because thatís why they have so many departments plus academia on board, theyíre world managers. And this is the age of world managers. And they call governance their goal. Governance, this term you keep hearing now, itís not government anymore. You see, government is obsolete technically. Itís given a back seat almost. Their job is to sign things into law to tax you and stuff like that. Governance is a global idea, and itís up and working already. So, it said here the:)
the nine countries involved with the Trans-Pacific Partnership pact ó the U.S., Australia, New Zealand, Peru, Chile, Vietnam, Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei ó are expected to meet at the Hilton Chicago to sign off on "broad outlines" of a final agreement over the proposed U.S. trade deal.
(A: They send off what they call officially Sherpas. Sherpas, like the guys who take mountain climbers up the hills. And the Sherpas are bureaucrats, high-level bureaucrats, who travel across the world to all the participants, for at least a year, sometimes two years in advance before the meeting. And they draft up all the different documents that will be signed at the meeting. The meeting is a kind of love-in, a feast type deal, where they just officially sign on the dotted line and put it all into a form of law. Itís so interesting too that it really bypasses government, although thereís government participation or at least membership involved there at the meetings. And thatís how they do it now. Just like they run around the Constitution, and they said theyíd do that. They would run around the Constitution rather than hit it head on, and have the backlash. They just went round it and built a super-structure over it and under it and thatís what they did. Same thing with government, you see. With the help of people in government, because theyíre hand-picked for their role each time, all the time. Anyway, it says here:)
We want an agreement that puts people first," Cohen said.
(A: One of the union bosses, I think they are. Anyway, it says here:)
Arthur Stamoulis, executive director of a national coalition called Citizens Trade Campaign, said activists will push for strong fair labor standards, financial regulation protections and an end to corporate loopholes in domestic laws.
"Too many past trade agreements have benefited Wall Street and big business at the expense of normal people," he said. "We've seen hundreds of thousands of good-paying jobs shipped overseas from this region, and what we need is a trade agreement that actually improves the living standards for working people in Chicago and around the world."
(A: And speaking of that too, Iíll put up a good link to tent cities, photographs of the folk in tent cities in the States now, as they go down, you see.)
The demonstrators rallied in Grant Park before marching toward the nearby Hilton Chicago on Michigan Avenue. Some marched with babies in strollers (A: Etc.)
And some activists shouted in bullhorns, banged together plastic batons and chanted pro-labor mantras. Afterward, Greenfield and Cohen passed out Ben & Jerry's ice cream to the demonstrators, including the flavor "Americone Dream,"
(A: Iíve never heard of that one.)
a vanilla, fudge, waffle cone and caramel concoction
(A: Sounds pretty good actually.)
inspired by comedian Stephen Colbert.
(A: Anyway, it says:)
"We're here to begin to reverse 30 years of bad trade policy," said the Rev. Tim Yager, 61, an Episcopal priest from Oak Park who attended the rally with his wife and two children of their friends. "Working people cannot afford to have a Pacific Rim trade deal. It just opens up the markets in a race to the bottom. It's just capitalism run rampant. When that happens, workers in all those countries, and our country, pay the price."
I donít know if they even understand at this level here, that this is a very old agenda that they talked about in the late 1800s in London. And long before that in fact, going back a few hundred years to the times of John Dee, free-trade across the world, but each country that would participate in free-trade would have to copy this so-called British system, which has evolved since then as well. And it wouldnít be free where you could set up shop and just send the stuff overseas. No, the ones at the top of the official committee, this World Trade Organization, decides who will trade with whom or if you can trade at all. Itís really for big international multi-corporations, thatís what itís really for, and keep everybody else out of the picture. Iíll put this up with another link to it that I mentioned last night too, because it shows you whatís happening right now, right now. And these people, here they are, poor souls, doing the usual march stuff thatís a hundred years old, the usual stuff, protest, bullhorns, all that. And they donít realize how huge this is as these meetings go on and the boys look down from their massive ivory towers and wonder what this little buzz they hear at the bottom of it is.
Iíll also put one up too on the World Economic Forum. Now, the World Economic Forum isnít just a bunch of guys who come out and grade your currency ratings, etc, in this great competitive world of cash, which they all control at the World Economic Forum, at least their bosses do. The World Economic Forum is a private organization, remember, but again, who owns it? Itís the big bankers who own it.
The World Economic Forum publishes a comprehensive series of reports which examine in detail the broad range of global issues it seeks to address with stakeholders
(A: This is the term used, stakeholders.)
as part of its mission of improving the state of the world. Besides reports on its key events and standalone publications such as the Global Competitiveness Report,
(A: Do you understand this is why you were trained at school to compete with each other, so youíd leave there and youíd learn to compete, compete, compete. Thatís why they call it the human race, by the way. And very few folk win it, you understand that too. Competition, competition. Even though I can remember when Britain was being amalgamated and a few bright sparks did manage to get in the media, and they said the obvious, which is, ďHow can you compete with China?Ē Which the West had set up through its World Trade Organization, and we funded China into existence, modern-day China, and gave them all our factories. They werenít ours anyway. They were private corporations, and thatís the deal. Thatís the reality of it, isnít it? Anyway, theyíre over in China. And it says:)
Besides reports on its key events and standalone publications such as the Global Competitiveness Report, the Global Risks Report and the Global Gender Gap Report, (A: Uhh.) the Forum produces landmark titles covering the environment, education, individual industries and technologies.
And you should really just look through all the topics that theyíll get maybe ten minutes each on, because thatís all they do, and then they sign all the prearranged treaties that go through the United Nations, and then land up on presidentsí and prime ministersí desks for signing. This is outside of what you think is democracy, but they will tell you they are the new democracy. If you donít belong to a massively funded group, youíre out of the picture. This is the Soviet system. Soviet meant rule by councils. These are the new councils for the Western Soviet, for the World Soviet. And theyíre all funded by private corporations and foundations that have trillions of dollars to create the non-governmental organizations, that pretend to speak on your behalf. You donít vote them in. You were never asked to vote in any foundation either or think tank that rules over you, or any of these global things whatsoever. But you still think youíre living in a nation with a democracy. Itís just incredible, the list of things theyíre covering here. That means theyíre going to sign all these different documents, including regional and country scenarios.
Weíre divvied up into regions. Thatís all part again of Agenda 21, Sustainable Development, all of that stuff, itís all in here. The Partnering Against Corruption Initiative, Regional Competitiveness. You see, they even get the regions competing with the other regions. Travel tourism, water. You see, it wonít be your water anymore. Alternative investments, financial development, itís across the world. Humanitarian assistance, thatís across the world. Private investors, stimulating growth, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. They bring all of this stuff into it. And the carbon taxes that they want to bring in, and so on. Itís quite interesting to just scan through. Itís massive. Youíll see all the world managers in here. Thatís what they are. All these names youíll see on the left-hand side. Theyíre world managers, and youíll never vote for them. Back with more, after this break.
Hi folks, Iím back. And Iíll also put a link up to: Outlook on the Global Agenda, 2011, which is also Agenda 21 for the 21st Century. They go through it by the year by year, just to confuse you, and itís interesting this title here, because itís called: Building Responses to the New Reality. The New Reality. The New Normal. Itís caught on across the whole world, that term that I came out with, the New Normal. I see it all over the place now. But here theyíre calling it also the New Reality. Iíll put that link up too, and you can, for those who want to, who want to really know whatís going on and whatís happening around them, and the whole world, because it affects all of them, all of you. Everything is done globally now. Then, you have to go through all this stuff and wade through it, or you really wonít know whatís going on. And as I say, Iíll put up the reports too from the World Economic Forum, to show you all of these Global Managers. Just scroll down the left-hand side, and just look at all these names. Itís quite interesting.
And as thatís all going on too, you have this happening, again, you see. And itís a press release. It says:
Council Hosts US Cabinet Secretaries, World Leaders
(A: You see, theyíre world managers, I call them managers. Thatís really what they are. Theyíre run by the CEO concept you see. So, this is:)
The Bay Area Council, the business group that represents the largest employers in the San Francisco-Silicon Valley-Oakland Bay Area, next week will host the largest diplomatic gathering in California since the founding of the United Nations in 1945.
At the invitation of the State Department, the Bay Area Council has worked with the White House and executive branch agencies to assemble 150 meetings over two weeks to address some of the most pressing challenges on the planet, including transportation, energy, health, the environment, technology and women empowerment. The conversations and policy-setting negotiations are part of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation forum,
(A: Thatís the one I was talking about, that big one.)
founded in 1989.
(A: Actually it was founded in 1989, but the Council on Foreign Relations had the Institute for Pacific Relations founded back in the 1930s and 20s working on it.)
The 21 countries or ďeconomiesĒ that will gather in San Francisco represent approximately 40 percent of the worldís population, approximately 54 percent of the global economy and about 44 percent of world trade. There will be approximately 3,000 delegates and 200 registered journalists.
(A: But, of course, the journalists are all members of the CFR too, so you probably wonít hear much about it.)
Global leaders to be in attendance include:
(A: This is not all of them. This is the ones that youíll know.)
ē U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton
(A: Of course. When sheís not at war sheís doing this stuff.)
ē U.S. Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood
ē U.S. Secretary of Energy Steven Chu
ē U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius
ē U.S. EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson
ē Ministers representing the 21 APEC countries including China, Japan, Russia, the Republic of Korea, Mexico, Vietnam, and Australia
ďWe will have enough U.S. Cabinet members in town to form a shadow government,íĒ said Jim
(A: Isnít that interesting, this shadow government, eh. Itís so secretish, eh.)
said Jim Wunderman, President and CEO of the Bay Area Council. ďThe first project of the Bay Area Council was actually to host the founding of the United Nations in 1945,
(A: Theyíre giving you a wee hint here, if you can get the way that theyíre wording this. Thatís where they did it, you see.)
so this is return to habit for us. It is our hope that hosting this distinguished diplomatic gathering, 66 years later,
(A: Very interesting number, eh.)
can have the same far-reaching impact, and can create the future we all hope for.Ē
(A: Well, who will? The guys I mentioned, Secretary of State, Secretary of Energy, Secretary of Health, blah, blah, blah, and all these CEOs basically of the World. And it says:)
Continued Wunderman, ďPart of the reason we were asked to host these meetings was the Bay Areaís role in the global economy. Our region is home to more Fortune Global 500 companies than any other place on the planet, except Tokyo, London and New York. The Bay Area is a top-four exporting region in the U.S., with more than $50 billion in exports, primarily to APEC countries. Companies here are supported by a diverse and truly global workforce. We are honored to have the opportunity to host this historic gathering.
And theyíve got some other links, etc, to take it off into all the different areas theyíll be going into. Do you understand though, what Iím saying here, the public are excluded. You cannot call yourself a democracy in any form if you are excluded from all of these global meetings. In fact, you canít have democracy if you canít walk in to the guys you elect and have your say. You cannot have one. It doesnít exist. The whole idea was founded, even in Republicanism, was founded on your state government was not that far way that you couldnít get there somehow by walking or horseback or some means, and get in there and have a piece of your say. And your representative was to do nothing except represent you, your people, your area. They donít do that anymore. They represent their party, which is global. So, itís all a farce. See, thatís what Iím saying. Weíre living in a timeframe where our timeframe is fifty years or sixty years behind this present reality. And youíve been conditioned by the media to think so and believe so, and most folk really do. How do you get past that? You have to educate yourself on this kind of stuff, and this has been going on for many, many, many years, and given low profile. In fact the public are trained to almost think itís nothing to do with us. Thatís how great this is, this technique. Itís nothing really to do with us, you know. Yeah. But thatís what it is. Itís all about you, you see. And how much cash or lack of cash youíll have in the future.
Thereís also one, and this is from a top guy at the Council on Foreign Relations, with a PDF to it, on job growth. And he also talks about globalization and unemployment. How you just have to bite the biscuit, basically, and accept it as such. Back with more after this message.
Iím Alan Watt, and weíre back Cutting Through the Matrix. Talking about the big world management systems which exist all around you. They meet every year in different countries. Thereís many of them, all working together, bypassing everything you can imagine or perceive as government, because theyíre calling themselves governance, global governance, these private partnership deals that your governments have made with big corporations and NGOs, non-governmental organizations. Some of them, the heads of these, CEOs of these non-governmental organizations and little charity characters, get 200 grand a year, plus. Theyíre paid for by the big foundations, which are owned by the big international bankers. Anyway, getting back to the guys who designed this whole system, and the American branch was the Council on Foreign Relations, who put out the Foreign Affairs magazine. Anyway, it says:
Michael Spence is Distinguished Visiting Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations and the author of The Next Convergence:
(A: Isnít that nice.)
The Future of Economic Growth in a Multispeed World.
(A: You think itís bad now, well, you wait until you get really moving on this. Anyway:)
Globalization is the process by which markets integrate worldwide. Over the past 60 years, it has accelerated steadily as new technologies and management expertise have reduced transportation and transaction costs and as tariffs
(A: Thatís the import duties, export.)
and other man-made barriers to international trade have been lowered.
(A: Thatís only for the ones in the World Trade Organization that havenít come up to First World standard. We still pay them coming in.)
The impact has been stunning. More and more developing countries have been experiencing sustained growth rates of 7-10 percent; 13 countries, including China, have grown by more than 7 percent per year for 25 years or more. Although this was unclear at the outset, the world now finds itself just past the midpoint in a century-long process
(A: Isnít that interesting.)
in which income levels in developing countries have been converging toward those in developed countries. Now, the emerging economies' impact on the global economy and the advanced economies is rising rapidly.
Until about a decade ago, the effects of globalization on the distribution of wealth and jobs
(A: That was all part of the deal they signed with the Royal Institute of International Affairs in the early 1900s.)
were largely benign. On average, advanced economies were growing at a respectable rate of 2.5 percent, and in most of them, the breadth and variety of employment opportunities at various levels of education seemed to be increasing.
(A: It was up until about in the 70s in America and elsewhere, Canada.)
With external help,
(A: With external help, thatís you lot.)
even the countries ravaged by World War II recovered. Imported goods became cheaper as emerging markets engaged with the global economy, benefiting consumers in both developed and developing countries.
(A: So, itís giving you all the plus things for it, you see.)
But as the developing countries became larger and richer (A: These are the ones that are coming up now.), their economic structures changed in response to the forces of comparative advantage: they moved up the value-added chain. Now, developing countries increasingly produce the kind of high-value-added components that 30 years ago were the exclusive purview of advanced economies.
(A: In other words, theyíre making all the stuff that you used to make.)
This climb is a permanent, irreversible change.
(A: So, itís never coming back to you lot. Making good goods that youíre proud of and so on, youíre never going to see that again. Itís gone.)
With China and India Ė
(A: Which again, weíre all paying to come up, you see, through our tax money and redistribution of wealth.)
which together account for almost 40 percent of the world's population -- resolutely moving up this ladder, structural economic changes in emerging countries will only have more impact on the rest of the world in the future.
(A: Itís planned that way, you see.)
By relocating some parts of international supply chains, globalization has been affecting the price of goods, job patterns, and wages almost everywhere. It is changing the structure of individual economies in ways that affect different groups within those countries differently. In the advanced economies, it is redistributing employment opportunities and incomes.
In advanced economies. Is it really? Employment opportunities and incomes? Maybe if you get a job in Homeland Security. Thatís all thatís going to be left shortly, I think, and unemployment offices. So, you understand, weíre run by global managers who come together at global meetings, although they have their own permanent workplaces and they correspond with other global managers across the world, thousands of them, actually, when you break them all down, the members that participate. But none of them are elected to any position by any country or any member of the public, anywhere. And this is the new form of corporate global governance, run by big institutions, which started off as secretive societies, by the way.
Cecil Rhodes said the same thing of the Rhodes Foundation. He said, we have to make it a secret society, and they did. They copied. He said in his own will. You can look it up for yourself. Iím not just saying this. He says, weíll copy the Jesuit techniques of secrecy. And then, of course, they merged with the Lord Milner group, Lord Alfred Milner, who was actually German, and a lot of them actually in the Milner Group were of German extract, at least born in Germany, and they were all bankersí sons and bankers, and they formed eventually the Royal Institute of International Affairs, which is the big boy still today. And the Council on Foreign Relations became their American branch. They also run the European Union, which they drafted up the whole proposition to integrate it in the first place. And they also drafted up the NAFTA deal as well, and came out on Canadian television and admitted it, appearing for the first time as the Council on Foreign Relations Committee. They were responsible for drafting it up. All these agreements the presidents and prime ministers signed, they drafted them up. And we donít elect them. Theyíre private organizations, with a world agenda, the redistribution of your wealth across to international corporations across the world as you plummet down the hill.
And you know why youíve got the police state coming in? Well, itís already here, long here actually. They were designing it twenty-five years ago, because they knew theyíd bring you down, and there would be riots down the road, as everyone loses their old work, their standards, their standard of living, and everything else. Thatís why the West is a police camp. Now, thereís people on the lines there, and Iíll check them out now. Thereís Fred from Michigan there. Are you there Fred? Hello?
Fred: Oh, hey. Okay. Mentioning the foundations, wasnít it the foundation, the Wall Street, what I call bankster and gangster foundation families that built up Nazi Germany?
Alan: It was Wall Street and London, actually. The breakdown came at the Nuremberg Trial, of all the big banks and corporations, including the Ford and GM and the rest of them, that formed an umbrella group called IG Farben that became the industry to build the German war machine, in fact. And the book, it was the Crimes and Punishment of IG Farben, will give you a list of all the people involved. George Bush Sr.ís, I think dad was actually put on trial for trading with the enemy through the Brown and Harriman Bank.
Fred: Oh, yeah. The good old Bush-Laden crime family.
Alan: And even the Rothschildís companies too, they were funding Hitler as well. And so they were all getting in on the act. It was a massive group. It was chemical, machinery, vehicles, ITT made the Focke-Wulf Fighter in Germany. So, youíre absolutely right. The West funded, and of course, Professor Anthony Sutton wrote a book about that. Itís got all the names in it, all the corporations, how much they put in, how much profit they gleaned, the fact that none of them got punished for it. And it was Wall Street and the Rise of Hitler. And also he did the Communist one too, the ones who funded Communism. It was the same bunch who funded Communism, because both of them were Socialist in nature. They like Socialism, because itís easier to work with the governments than it is with individual members of the public.
Fred: You know, Alan, youíre right. Whenever I talk with people I know, and of course people I donít know, their knee-jerk reaction is to accuse me of being a Communist, and I should move to, you know, Communist China or Russia. And I tell them, well, you may want to believe that, but go look up the Communist Manifesto, and see what you think. And, of course, they just want to slam the door in the face, or ignore me, criticize me, demonize me. But isnít there also a connection with the Muslim Brotherhood and I think Al Qaeda, and the Taliban? Arenít all these terrorist, and oh, yeah, Alan, I almost forgot. I heard on some broadcast that Lord Black of British Parliament, right, House of Lords, purportedly in the Belfast Telegraph, last November, 2010, he was to have stated that he was an agent of the Rothschilds, I guess, what, the Bank of England, to funnel funding to the various terrorist organizations, I guess in Ireland and Africa.
Alan: Well, Iíll tell you, nothing would surprise me. Conrad Black was brought up in Canada. And he owned newspapers. He was basically like a Murdoch. He was a media baron. He owned mainly the newspaper print and so on, all the way through Canada, through the States. Hollinger Corporation. He owned Hollinger with Barbara Walters, a top member, and so was Kissinger, as well, his best pal. And his job, all through the Cold War was to always point out how much of a threat this was from Russia, so that weíd all get scared, etc. He also owned the Jerusalem Post, and eventually, he had to sell off Hollinger. There was a big stink, because he is accused of holding back a lot of cash from investors. And Walters and Kissinger and so on got a bit ticked off with it. And so after he was given his Lordship, he went over to London to get his Lordship from the Queen for being a good Cold War warrior and profiteer, then they put him in prison. Heís in prison right now. Heís psychopathic, Iím sure, but heís probably more honest now that heís been in prison. And he wants a bit of revenge against all those. He knows so much about everybody, obviously, at the top, and how theyíve played the general public. And it might be quite interesting to see his book when it comes out, because heíll be more honest now that heís after the revenge, you see.
But thereís no doubt about it. These characters are global actors. The first thing you must do is weaponize your media so that you take over the minds of the public and when all the media are saying the same things about any particular war that you want to have, or people you should fear, then we all start to parrot what they say. So, theyíre very, very important.
Fred: And so, as it is now with the presidential candidacy, theyíre marginalizing Ron Paul and yet, if memory serves, heís the fellow who at least twenty years ago, I remember this. It was American Sovereignty Restoration Act: HR1146. You know, terminate the United Nations. Get them out of this country. Itís obviously been promoted as the New World Orderís global government. Weíre all supposed to believe that weíre global citizens. So, what better marriage than the UN right here in America, you know, as global government, and weíre all global citizens. Right? It takes a global village.
Alan: Thatís it. Weíre already there. Thanks for calling. Back after this.
Hi folks, weíre back, Cutting Through the Matrix. And Stephanie from Hamburg is still on the line, I think. Are you there, Stephanie?
Stephanie: Hi, Alan.
Alan: How you doing?
Stephanie: I appreciate everything you do. Yeah, I just have a comment about the fashion industry. It just seems that they promote a lot of pedophilia. It seems to be promoted too in the sort of agenda, because you see these models who have figures that are quite pre-adolescent figures.† Youíve probably mentioned before. And as the fashion expands, the clothes are made to flatter the bodies of preadolescent people. So, when you see young girls who are ten, eleven, twelve, wearing these clothes, even the most average people, average men, I guess, would glance over to see, because theyíre made to look more I guess appealing or attractive. And another one of my frustrations is that, when speaking to friends and it seems like an agenda across borders, because, Iím in Hamburg now, and Iím originally from London. And you get the same sort of New Age, Hippie, want to be movement. And you try to point out to some of these people that it all comes from, it comes from a certain place. Even if I often try to read parts from Brave New World, and you see that the Free Love and the....
Alan: They want to do away with the term, the United Nations has said so, they want to do away with the term pedophilia and call it intergenerational love, they call it. And theyíve actually said, I have the article here, at the United Nations, that if you deprive your child from having sex with an older person, youíre interfering with that childís rights. The rights of the child. The United Nations charter, Rights of the Child. And this is why this is all happening now. And, by the way, the fashion industry is run primarily by the big banks. I have the whole list here of who funds them, every big show. Goldman Sachs is way up there. They also get first dibs, by the way, at the models, because they take them abroad, and they get them hooked on cocaine. Iíve got stacks of information on this stuff. And they give you your culture, and the people unfortunately at the bottom follow it. So, itís the same boys running the same culture industry, music industry, movie industry, and killing us all, because theyíre the kings of cash. And theyíre all in it together.
Stephanie: They also seem to quote Nietzsche a lot, along with the vegetarianism that they promote.
Alan: Thatís right. They said it must be a vegetarian world. They got Alvin Toffler to write The Third Wave. And every congressional member got a copy of that book by Newt Gingrich. They made sure they all had it.† And it says, weíll create a vegetarian society, and it must be so. Thatís for the people at the bottom, because they want you to be weak, silly, and not too bright. And this has all been tested in history before.
Stephanie: Why do you think they use Nietzsche, because obviously they wouldnít promote anybody without a reason?
Alan: They want to drastically reduce the population. What theyíre doing with the food, youíd be lucky to afford even a vegetarian diet, a basic one. It will all be GM, soaked with pesticides. And youíll die off all the quicker. They say by the year 2050, the population will plummet, and weíll also be sterile by the way. Thatís another effect of the pesticides. But thanks for calling, Stephanie.
From Hamish and myself, from Ontario, Canada, itís good night and may your god or gods go with you. And mind you, please donate or buy the books. I got to keep going.
Topics of show
covered in following links:
Trans-Pacific Partnership Pact--NAFTA on Steroids
More on Trans-Pacific Partnership
Tent City New Jersey
World Economic Forum Reports
World Economic Forum--Building a New Reality
World Managers Meet in Bay Area
Globalization and Unemployment--CFR Member