Dec. 19, 2011 (#985)
Alan Watt "Cutting Through The Matrix" LIVE on RBN:
Poem Copyright Alan Watt Dec. 19, 2011:
The Big Idea:
Society's "Evolving" -- But Morality's Dissolving:
"The Buzz Term for Progress, Change is Good,
Moral Relativity, Eat Each Other for Food,
Nothing's Right and Nothing's Bad,
Old-Fashioned Values Leave You Sad,
So Go On, Share Your Body, Come, Be Vocal,
Monogamous Marriage is Plain Anti-Social,
These Social Changes are Planned in Waves
Which Manifest in Society in Gradual Ways,
About 25 Years of Propaganda, Authorized,
Will See the "New Normal" Materialized,
Big Ideas, Planned Chaos and Resolving
Will Tell You that We're Just Evolving"
© Alan Watt Dec. 19, 2011
Poem & Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - Dec. 19, 2011 (Exempting Music, Literary Quotes, and Callers' Comments)
Hi folks. I am Alan Watt and this is Cutting Through The Matrix on December the 19th 2011. For newcomers, help yourself to all the free audios at cuttingthroughthematrix.com. You’ll see a whole bunch of sites listed there, these are the official sites. If you find any problems downloading from the .com site try one of the alternate sites because sometimes a lot of folk go into the .com at the same time; there’s thousands and thousands do that and it kind of jams up a bit. All these sites listed also have transcripts for print up in English and if you want transcripts of the talks in other languages go into alanwattsentientsentinel.eu and help yourself from the ones offered there. Remember too, you are the audience that bring me to you. You can help me keep going by buying the books and disks at cuttingthroughthematrix.com and you can donate as well. Donations are really, really awfully welcome. [Order and donation options listed above.] Remember, straight donations are welcome.
What I try to do on the broadcast is not only give you where we are today, and sometimes we need that, we need to have it really pointed out where we are today, and how we are because we’re always being changed too by the culture industry and the special systems that run all of us. We think we’re just evolving by ourselves. No, there’s no such thing as evolving by ourself. The powerful people, who are at war with the world and who’ve almost won it actually, have given us cultural changes and promoted them through education, movies and all the television programs that you watch – that is the agenda. And we’re all dysfunctional now. Most folk are truly, truly dysfunctional. And of course the ones who planned all this wrote about it back in the 40s and 50s, over the last century, like Bertrand Russell: hedonistic, narcissistic, the ‘me’ generation, and when you’re all defunct and you can’t get on with anybody else you don’t have children, which suits them too because they don’t want you having children. And apart from that they can also control you so easily then; there’s no one to stand up for anyone else. That goes as far back as the 1920s, with HG Wells talking about that part of it, and the Fabian Society. So we’re living through planned changes and society is always the last to know.
Because the media is not there to tell you, really, any of this; their job is to promote all the changes and make you think it’s all happening from yourselves. As I mentioned last week too, how even the music industry too, as far back as the 60s and 70s were coming out with, talking about ‘my generation’ – making each little bunch of high school students come out thinking that somehow they were making the changes themselves. And nothing was further from the truth, when you saw the people who were promoting all of this in tweed suits and around 80 years of age. These are the guys that were leading all of the pop industry and then the rock industry, still the same today, the same with Hollywood too, at the top, a hierarchy.
So anyway, we have been through a planned war and most folk are dysfunctional, and our views are given to us, our opinions are downloaded into us, as Brzezinski said, and most folk don’t even know that that’s happened to them. They truly think they’ve chosen the paths for themselves. But you haven’t. You’ve been presented with the choices that are allowed, and all of those are promoted and you take your pick basically. All of it leads to a form of nihilism because that’s the stage we’re in now. We’re nihilistic. Most folk don’t believe in anything except having fun, even when the walls are falling down around them, and so are the banks supposedly, although they’re really just moving offshore or elsewhere. Anyway, that’s the system you’re living through, planned a long time ago. Lots of people who helped plan it wrote books about it and I’ve mentioned lots of their names and the books in the past few hundred shows I’ve done. Back with more after this break.
Hi folks, we’re back Cutting Through The Matrix and just talking about how culture is organized and changed by plan, far-reaching plans in fact. They call them ‘waves’ in fact, at the top; they call them ‘waves.’ And even in theosophy they used the term ‘waves’ for changing culture. The communists used it in the soviet system, ‘waves’, when it took so many years to change one particular part of society. Meanwhile they unleash a whole bunch of ‘waves’ to affect all of society and all the parts, the intricate parts that make it a society, even an individual human being. And these waves start off very slowly. We see them all the time, the ones for the next 50 years, 100 years, out now, all these little new waves, you see, and we don’t take much notice of them, but it’s in the subconscious. And youngsters growing up will certainly get the next wave and the next wave and the next wave. But it’s to change society.
Now, part of this agenda too, is depopulation, as we well know. And a lot of countries that had National Health type systems in were not meant to succeed. In fact, this system that’s coming in, this global system, it truly is about the haves and the have-nots. And the haves have pretty well an awful, awful lot, an awful lot. There’s no more middle class pretty well; it’s been decimated, and that again is part of the plan. It used to amaze me too to read the old communist authors talking about that they would need to decimate the middle classes; they really hated them so much. And they truly believe in a world system where just an elite should run the world and everybody else beneath them is a kind of peasant. They can be happy peasants, mind you, as long as you get some electricity to charge your batteries so as you can walk about texting everybody all day long. You can be happy slaves in such a system, at the moment.
But as I say, National Health Service systems were meant to bring us down, because they want privatization across the world. And there’ll be one company eventually that will run all the medical systems in the world; that’s also on the cards. So anyway, as they take down all the National Health Service systems, which used to work awfully well when they first came out, here’s what’s happening now. It says...
Shamed hospital accused of leaving dying patients to starve
telegraph.co.uk / Laura Donnelly / 17 Dec 2011
Lawyers are planning a "class action" on behalf of 23 families who contacted them with "shocking" claims of indignities and the most basic failings in care. (Alan: This is in Britain.)
They believe the families who have contacted them so far about care at Alexandra Hospital, in Redditch, West Midlands, may represent "the tip of the iceberg". (A: Now, this is the coming Obamacare for the States by the way.)
The number of potential claims make it the biggest group action of its type since hundreds died (A: ...hundreds...) in appalling conditions (A: This is at one hospital.) at Stafford Hospital, leading to a public inquiry which is expected to criticise the wider failings of the NHS and of regulators' failures to protect patients, when it reports next year.
The cases against Alexandra Hospital include:
* A 35-year-old father-of-four who his family say wasted away because staff did not know how to fit a feeding tube (A: They just left him, day after day, week after week, and he starved to death. You understand, this is what we saw, too, in the Soviet system, where people pretended to work and the State pretended to pay them. And when you add a hedonistic society to that too, narcissistic, ‘it’s all about me’, you can’t get the staff to do anything. That’s the system. And what a rapid change from the 70s when they were very efficient, very efficient, and they took care and so on. Not now. That’s the personalities of the young ones who have grown up and who are now in the system. Another one was...)
* A retired NHS worker who died after allegedly being left without food or crucial heart medication
* A man who fell into a coma after contracting E.coli, apparently from a filthy catheter
* The claims include allegations that vulnerable patients were left to starve when trays were left out of reach (A: ...nobody bothered to put them within their reach...), while others left in soaking bedsheets (A: Mind you, a lot of them can’t even speak English over there.)
Official statistics show death rates at Worcestershire Acute Hospitals trust, which runs the hospital, were 10 per cent higher than the national average in 2010/11 - meaning there were 239 deaths more than would be expected.
The legal action comes amid increasing concern about the standards of care for hospital patients and failures to protect the vulnerable.
Earlier this year, a report by the Health Service Ombudsman condemned the service for its inhumane treatment of the elderly. (A: They don’t give a damn about the elderly, because they’ve been taught all through school that they have no function, they’re all senile, you know that’s how ALL old folk are, they’re senile. And that was the intergenerational gap that Rubin and other ones in the States really promoted during the 60s, as they created the generation gaps: you don’t communicate with older folk, they have nothing worth saying – that’s what they were told – and their ideas are contaminated.)
The investigation found hospitals were failing to meet their most basic needs, with many left hungry, unwashed or given the wrong drugs because of the "casual indifference of staff".
The legal action facing the trust comes after the Care Quality Commission (CQC) published the findings of spot check visits to 100 hospitals to inspect care of the elderly in October.
Half were found to be failing basic standards.
"Major concerns" were found at two - including Alexandra Hospital, where failings were so fundamental that it was warned in May that it was breaking the law.
So many patients on its wards were left at risk of dehydration (A: No water, you see.) that doctors were forced to prescribe (A: ...PRESCRIBE...) water for them. (A: I hope they could read it in English too, you know. I’m not kidding you. You see, they’ve been hiring people straight in from other countries who can’t even speak the language. All intentionally, it’s priority hiring.)
Since then, almost two dozen families have contacted lawyers about cases. While some have been fighting almost ten years for an explanation from the hospital, other cases in the group occurred as recently as July. (A: So it’s obviously abuse of human rights and all the rest of it, and a whole bunch of laws broken too.)
The firm has been instructed by 17 families, and is considering six further cases.
Miss Jones said: "The common themes we have encountered include patients being left dehydrated and starved - feeding tubes not given to patients who could not swallow normally, food being plonked out of reach of patients, and others left to eat with their fingers because they weren't given cutlery.
"Buzzers went unanswered, several patients were left sitting in soaking bedclothes for hours, or in their own faeces." (A: See, in the Soviet Union you had to bribe the nurses, at the end before the wall came down, you had to bribe them. Because I know folk who went and visited their relatives and you had to literally bribe them or pay them to change the bed sheets.)
Chris Grande, a father of four, was just 35 when he died, four days after being admitted to the hospital last Christmas with breathing problems.
His widow Sonya says her husband, who suffered from spinal muscular atrophy, was left to starve because hospital staff did not know how to fit a feeding tube for him after he was admitted on Boxing Day. (A: They don’t know anything, at least they claim they don’t.)
His body was pumped with fluid, to address dehydration, but nurses failed to heed her warning that her husband's condition meant he would quickly weaken without food, she said. (A: So they didn’t think about food, right. [Alan chuckles.])
Mrs Grande, 42, said her husband was stripped of his basic dignity. Nurses left him to lie in his own faeces for more than three hours, ignoring her pleas for help to turn him, to clean him up, she said.
When an elderly man fell from the next bed staff were slow to help him up, and no one checked for any head injury, she said.
Two hours later, a nurse returned and found him dead, only to laugh, (A: ...I’ll read that bit again for the hard of thinking.) Two hours later, a nurse returned and found him dead, only to laugh, said Mrs Grande, and comment that the dead body was not what she had come looking for.
The former personal assistant said she felt "haunted" by her husband's screams, as his condition worsened. (A: This is Britain. Britain is way beyond third world country status now. It’s way beyond it. It’s intentional, as I say. It’s intentional. That’s part of the war, you see, on the people. Very intentional.)
Interesting, we’ve always got money for wars; it just falls out of the back seat of Congressmen’s chairs when a war comes up. They just find all this money that, oh, we didn’t know that was there and away we go. But when it comes to for the people themselves, who pay all the taxes, they get nothing back at all. Quite something, eh? But what can you do. That is the nature now of the generation that’s been indoctrinated like this; all they live for is partying and having it off at the weekends. That’s all they live for.
China to control Mother Nature, steps up man-made rain initiative
(A: It’s going to go nationwide by 2015.)
why.knovel.com / 13 December 2011
China is hoping to use its growing scientific prowess as it works to help fight drought conditions affecting parts of the country.
China is turning its attention toward the sky as it works to coax Mother Nature into being more agreeable. The world's second biggest economy is planning to begin a program that will artificially increase precipitation across the country before 2015, according to China Daily.
Countries all over the world have had to contend with fluctuations in temperature and weather patterns prompted by a changing global climate. (A: Oh, here we go again.) With the worldwide population continuing to grow at a fast clip, officials in China have struggled to ensure demand for food does not outstrip supplies.
Droughts last year eroded stockpiles of exceedingly important raw materials, including grains, sending raw material prices surging. Chinese officials are hoping to forestall food crises in the future, and if the program is successful other countries that are also battling the whims of Mother Nature could employ it as a means of augmenting crop yields. (A: Well, we’ve had the weather modification on a daily basis since 1998 in the West, for those who haven’t bothered looking up.)
And the Club of Rome, I’ve mentioned the Club of Rome so many times because it’s a premier think tank who helps plan the future. Again, they create all the ‘waves,’ they call them, for cultural, social changes, all kinds of changes in society. And they pass them on to specialists, roundtable circles, who then find the ways to put it into the media and to work out the proper wording. See, wording is very important for propaganda, especially indoctrination and certain little catchphrases become fixed in your mind and you’ll hear them all through your life. And you begin to actually respond to them very easily, like a robot after a while and you don’t really think about it at all then; is it really real or is it bogus or whatever, and who put it in your head in the first place, and why. Anyway it says...
The World in 2052
Humanity has made immense progress over the last decades. The starting point for setting a future’s agenda can be anchored in a healthier, better educated, more prosperous, and better informed and connected world than ever. (A: That’s their spiel to keep everybody slumbering. So we’re at an...)
Humanity finds itself at an evolutionary crossroad. (A: Here we go again, this ‘evolutionary’ thing. We’re ‘evolving’ you know.) The choice is between a perfect storm of progressively deepening crises and expanding perspectives of unprecedented opportunities. (A: See, it’s just like the Council on Foreign Relations spiel because a lot of these guys are also members, actually they’re ALL members of the CFR as well. Back with more after this break.)
Hi folks, I’m back Cutting Through The Matrix, reading an article from the Club of Rome. Now, the Club of Rome, as I say, is a premier think tank for the United Nations and they also advise, advise government. In other words, they TELL them, they give them their marching orders really, because they work for the big boys who own the world. And remember the books they’ve put out in the past, The Limits to Growth and all the rest of it? They actually admitted that in the 1970s they were given the job to find some way to control everyone and every nation and bring the world together globally. So they hit upon the idea of global warming and famine and droughts and starvation, and that would fit the bill. That’s what they said, that would fit the bill. It was just dreamed up by them, a very important think tank. Anyway, here they go, and you got to listen to their spiel because they always have two ways of saying things, within the same context, the same paragraphs.
The recent failure of collective action to address international financial instability, climate change, unemployment and food insecurity seem to justify pessimism. But this failure has been the result of a piecemeal, fragmentary approach to both understanding and addressing the issues. (A: So their answer is the same thing as the CFR came up with.)
The root causes of the crises we are witnessing rest on outmoded theoretical concepts, (A: There you go.) values and institutions. (A: ...so values, very important, and institutions.) The remedy lies in the formulation of a new theory appropriate to the radically different conditions of the 21st century, commitment to progressive values (A: ...progress, you see, they call it ‘progress.’ Whenever they say ‘progress’ it’s their agenda, which was written over 100 years ago.) that integrate individual freedom (A: That’s so as you can play yourselves.) and equitable cooperation (A: That’s you basically spreading your wealth and everything else...) to maximize the welfare and well-being of all, and establishment of more effective national and global institutions. (A: Last week I read the article from the CFR, Council on Foreign Relations, and it said the same thing, we’ve got to bring in new national and global institutions, and they should advise nations. In other words, be global.)
There is a growing understanding and an increasing consensus of the kind of world we want to live in. (A: Now, who are ‘we’? It’s so marketing orientated too. They always use ‘we’ like you’re included in this decision, you know.) A global society which has moved beyond hunger and suppression, a world that manages to live off the resources which the finite planet and the infinite human ingenuity provide, an equitable society which lives sustainably and is a lot better off and happier than today. (A: This is the same bunch, by the way, that advocated deindustrialization of the USA back in the 70s. And you can see where you are with it now.) The vision of the Club of Rome is one of an enlightened world guided by values of cooperation. (A: Like who will go into the suicide chamber now and cut the population, I just added that bit there, because they also promote that too.)
The world in 2052 can be a much safer and resilient place than it is today. Humanity has the opportunities, the tools, the science, technology and the insight to overcome the systemic crisis and to move into a better world. Whether we manage to do so will depend on each one of us.
So there’s a lot more links off of this that I’ll put up tonight anyway and you can go through their other stuff – as I say, cutting the population by a massive amount, especially the unfit, you know, the ones who don’t do too much for this new progressive society that they want to bring in – and you can read it for yourself.
THE COUNT-UP TO 2052: AN OVERARCHING FRAMEWORK FOR ACTION
Global limits, a systemic crisis and its root causes
2052: What will the future hold?
Shaping the future: Six Global Goals
Institutions and delivery mechanisms - clubofrome.org
Now also too, I noticed that Havel who was the big Prime Minister in Czechoslovakia, he died and it said too, in The Guardian... they used his death actually, because he always spoke out against communism. [Václav Havel: another side to the story - The Czech leader was a brave man, but the voices of those who lost out after communism's demise are seldom heard - guardian.co.uk / Neil Clark / 19 December 2011] And The Guardian’s using his death, now that he’s dead, to say, but look at all the good things that communism brought in, you know, it brought them all together, all the peoples together... with a standardized system; that’s what it was supposed to do. It standardized dozens of countries that it overtook and conquered, and gave them women’s rights and all that too, and ya-da, ya-da, ya. So they use his death to promote communism. But when you read, it was 1990 actually, his address to the nation, he says a lot of good stuff. He talked about his country. This is in 1990 and he says...
New Year's Address to the Nation
old.hrad.cz / Prague, January 1, 1990
My dear fellow citizens,
Our country is not flourishing. The enormous creative and spiritual potential of our nations is not being used sensibly. (A: That’s when they were dominated by the communist elite, who lived like Orwell’s elite. They got everything that they wanted, the best food, everything, when everyone else was getting kind of low quality rubbish at the bottom, even to eat, like we are today.) Entire branches of industry are producing goods that are of no interest to anyone, while we are lacking the things we need. A state which calls itself a workers' state humiliates and exploits workers. Our obsolete economy is wasting the little energy we have available. A country that once could be proud of the educational level of its citizens spends so little on education that it ranks today as seventy-second in the world. We have polluted the soil, rivers and forests bequeathed to us by our ancestors, and we have today the most contaminated environment in Europe. Adults in our country die earlier than in most other European countries. (A: That was true. And in some of the old shots of the Soviet Union they were just dumping all of their toxic wastes, and on the top of land, all over the place, sludge and everything.)
Allow me a small personal observation. When I flew recently to Bratislava, I found some time during discussions to look out of the plane window. I saw the industrial complex of Slovnaft chemical factory and the giant Petr'alka housing estate right behind it. The view was enough for me to understand that for decades our statesmen and political leaders did not look or did not want to look out of the windows of their planes. No study of statistics available to me would enable me to understand faster and better the situation in which we find ourselves.
But all this is still not the main problem. (A: The reason I’m reading this is because you see, we’re going into this. You see.) The worst thing is that we live in a contaminated moral environment. (A: Now, communists don’t like moral, because we’re always morally ‘evolving’, according to them, you see. And I’ll read this one paragraph because he tells you what was wrong in society, and we have all the symptoms of the sickness here today. Back with more after this break.)
Hi folks, I’m Alan Watt, we’re Cutting Through The Matrix, reading an article here by a man who went through communism; he eventually got elected into a higher position afterwards, but he mentions what was wrong with it all. And you can see as I read through this, you compare it to today, in all the so-called Western countries, or the first world countries – I don’t want to call us first world countries anymore. Anyway he says...
But all this is still not the main problem. (A: He’s describing how it was.) The worst thing is that we live in a contaminated moral environment. We fell morally ill because we became used to saying something different from what we thought. (A: It was all PC, political correctness you see, and moral relativity.) We learned not to believe in anything, to ignore one another, to care only about ourselves. Concepts such as love, friendship, compassion, humility or forgiveness lost their depth and dimension, and for many of us they represented only psychological peculiarities, or they resembled gone-astray greetings from ancient times, a little ridiculous in the era of computers and spaceships. Only a few of us were able to cry out loudly that the powers that be (A: That’s the big elite that was running the show.) should not be all-powerful (A: Does that ring a bell?... to what’s happening here?) and that the special farms, which produced ecologically pure and top-quality food just for them (A: That was all the ones at the top, right... kind of like here today.), should send their produce to schools, children's homes and hospitals if our agriculture was unable to offer them to all.
The previous regime - armed with its arrogant and intolerant ideology (A: This is very familiar to us: terrorism, terrorism, terrorism, you got to give up everything up, oh....) - reduced man to a force of production, and nature to a tool of production. In this it attacked both their very substance and their mutual relationship. It reduced gifted and autonomous people, skillfully working in their own country, to the nuts and bolts of some monstrously huge, noisy and stinking machine, whose real meaning was not clear to anyone. It could not do more than slowly but inexorably wear out itself and all its nuts and bolts.
When I talk about the contaminated moral atmosphere, I am not talking just about the gentlemen who eat organic vegetables and do not look out of the plane windows. I am talking about all of us. We had all become used to the totalitarian system (A: And don’t we get used to it very quickly folks?) and accepted it as an unchangeable fact and thus helped to perpetuate it. In other words, we are all - though naturally to differing extents - responsible for the operation of the totalitarian machinery. (A: You must give your consent, you see.) None of us is just its victim. We are all also its co-creators.
Why do I say this? It would be very unreasonable to understand the sad legacy of the last forty years as something alien, which some distant relative bequeathed to us. On the contrary, we have to accept this legacy as a sin we committed against ourselves. (A: Well no wonder The Guardian put the procommunist spin on it as they did. They don’t like these terms like ‘morality’ and ‘sin’ and so on.) . . .a sin we committed against ourselves. If we accept it as such, we will understand that it is up to us all, and up to us alone to do something about it. We cannot blame the previous rulers for everything, not only because it would be untrue, but also because it would blunt the duty that each of us faces today: namely, the obligation to act independently (A: Does that ring a bell, that stuff I talk about?), freely, reasonably and quickly. Let us not be mistaken: the best government in the world, the best parliament and the best president, cannot achieve much on their own. And it would be wrong to expect a general remedy from them alone. Freedom and democracy include participation and therefore responsibility from us all. (A: Well that’s really also what the founding fathers said about the US: it would never work unless everyone was involved in it. If you leave it to the so-called specialists you get screwed, and we all have been. So as I say, so much of that rings true to where we are today, SO much of it. So much.)
Now, we all know that the riots are going to come, because they’ve been preparing for them for 30-40 years with all kinds of SWAT teams and special police and now it’s military police and militarized police, etc, etc. Because we’re going down the tubes, as we’re supposed to go, as they can squeeze the last tax money out to go to China. And we are. China’s buying oil from Iraq, through a deal they made – I think Israel might be too – at about $2 a barrel. $2, when everything else is $100 a barrel. But it must go to China. See, we’re international now and we got keep China going, they’re the big power machine. Yep.
Future Riot Shields Will Suffocate Protestors with Low Frequency Speakers (A: That’s nice isn’t it? FUTURE RIOT SHIELDS, that the cops will have, will suffocate protestors with low frequency speakers.)
gizmodo.com / Andrew Liszewski
It's not the first crowd control tool to use sound waves, but Raytheon's (A: Big, BIG military contractor.) patent for a new type of riot shield that produces low frequency sound waves to disrupt the respiratory tract (A: It suffocates you.) and hinder breathing, sounds a little scary. (A: You understand, that our brain and our body works on VERY low and minute, very tiny frequencies, not powerful ones. And you match them, you match parts of the brain with them, you see, the ones that keep you breathing. You think it’s automatic; NO, the brain literally tells the lungs when to open and the muscles to constrict, etc, so that you can breathe.)
Crowd control tools like the LRAD Sound Cannon emit bursts of loud and annoying sounds that can induce headaches and nausea. But Raytheon's non-lethal pressure shield creates a pulsed pressure wave that resonates the upper respiratory tract of a human, hindering breathing and eventually incapacitating the target. (A: You turn blue and drop, how’s that?) The patent points out that the sound waves being generated are actually not that powerful, so while protestors might collapse from a lack of oxygen reaching their brains, their eardrums won't be damaged in the process. Phew! (A: So in other words, you’ll be a bit mentally retarded afterwards because you’ll lose a few brain cells. But they’ve got places for you to go, like that hospital I mentioned at the start, you know, where you don’t get fed, food or anything, or water.)
And like Roman soldiers joining their shields to form a large impenetrable wall, these new riot shields can actually be networked together to form a larger acoustical horn, vastly improving their range, power, and effectiveness. (A: In other words it can be lethal; you know that.) There's no word on what the long-term medical implications might be if you find yourself on the wrong side of one of these shields. But I imagine the unpleasant experience is not unlike being force choked from afar by Darth Vader. [Google Patents via New Scientist] (A: Or maybe waterboarded, if you’re under the water too much, I suppose. But who cares about that? We’re all used to that now – isn’t it – and torture’s normal.)
Now I almost fell over when I saw this article, until I figured out what it was all about. I mean, David Cameron who’s supposedly the titular head of Britain, you have to go into his ancestry to find out what his background is. I mean, he was part of the big banking families that run Shanghai and Hong Kong and all the dope and all the rest of it. So here he is now, like a chameleon, talking about Christians.
Cameron calls for return to Christian values as King James Bible turns 400 (A: Either that or he’s a man for all seasons; whatever audience he’s talking to he’ll be your man, you know. Mind you, they’ve been attacking what was Christianity in Britain for 50 years, with the financing of the government, to NGOs, and those who rule Britain who aren’t Christians at all, have also been heavily involved in the process.)
guardian.co.uk / Riazat Butt, religious affairs correspondent / 16 December 2011
David Cameron has declared that "Britain is a Christian country and we should not be afraid to say so", in a speech to mark the 400th anniversary of the King James Bible. (A: Half the places in England you can’t mention ‘Christmas’ or ‘Jesus’ or anything; it’s illegal. [Alan laughing.] And they banned the word ‘BC’ [Before Christ] in Australia and it’s to be caught on across the world now, you know.)
Cameron told Church of England clergy gathered in Oxford that a return to Christian values could counter the country's "moral collapse" and blamed a "passive tolerance" of immoral behaviour for this summer's riots, Islamic extremism, City excess and Westminster scandals.
His words will delight traditionalists in his party and Christian groups that claim believers are increasingly marginalised.
Cameron said there were three reasons why the King James Bible was as relevant today as any point in its history.
"First, the King James Bible has bequeathed a body of language that permeates every aspect of our culture and heritage. Second, just as our language and culture is steeped in the Bible, so too is our politics. (A: Well, what parts of the Old Testament have they been reading there? Everybody in politics in Britain is involved in scandals, sex scandals, drug scandals, or both, or embezzlement, and they get off with it.)
"Third, we are a Christian country. And we should not be afraid to say so. Let me be clear: I am not in any way saying that to have another faith – or no faith – is somehow wrong.
"I know and fully respect that many people in this country do not have a religion. (A: As I say, they’ve been working for 50 years to make sure you don’t. Moral relativity is your religion.) And I am also incredibly proud that Britain is home to many different faith communities, who do so much to make our country stronger. But what I am saying is that the Bible has helped to give Britain a set of values and morals which make Britain what it is today."
The Bible hasn’t made Britain what it is today. It did up until about 1940 or so, or 1950. After that, total war against it, complete and total war was against Christianity, and it still is today, as he damn well knows... damn well knows. Look at the junk that gets pushed out by the BBC. I mean, it’s filthy junk!... they call entertainment. And again, in every movie that you get there’s always a slur on Christianity. Have you noticed that? So anyway, what’s really going on here? Because here’s the next part from Mr Clegg. Now, Nick Clegg, if you follow his ancestry, they came from Russia, you see, just like lots of them in Britain, that run Britain now, came from Russia or Germany.
NICK CLEGG SNEERS AT MR & MRS BRITAIN
(A: And he’s a politician of course; he runs the other part of the government there.)
express.co.uk / December 18,2011 / Kirsty Buchanan
Just 48 hours after David Cameron championed a call for a revival of Christian values, his Lib Dem deputy plans to brand marriage an outdated concept. (A: Oh, what a surprise. I’ve been telling you this was all coming. See, we’re ‘progressing’ now to something, you know, we’re on the ‘road to progress’ to that vague thing, you know, that vague whatever it is in the sky.)
In a keynote speech, Mr Clegg will suggest he sees no value in trying to preserve the institution of marriage, accusing the Conservatives of being reluctant to embrace change. (A: See, change is good. You know, that term change, and the 21st Century, all universities were telling the students, would be the Century of Change. But they just never explained what changes they meant.)
“The institutions of our society are constantly evolving,” (A: We’re just ‘evolving’, you know.) he will say. “Just look at the way the roles of men and women, and attitudes to marriage and divorce, have changed over the last century. (A: We know that because we’re paying for half of them. There’s no dads anymore.)
“We should not take a particular version of the family institution, such as the Fifties model of suit-wearing, bread-winning father and aproned, homemaking mother, (A: Well I don’t think anybody in Britain saw that except a few who ruled the country, because the rest of them were in working clothes and often even the mother worked back then too. She had to, everybody had to work, because the wages were so stinkingly poor, on purpose. But he’s trying to give you this, more of an American version of “Leave It To Beaver”.) and try to preserve it in aspic.
“That’s why open society liberals (A: Now these are terms you’ve got to understand, ‘open society,’ and you have to go in and research what it means, because they use these terms and this one here...) and big society (A: ...‘big society’...) conservatives will take a different view on a tax break for marriage. We can all agree that strong relationships between parents are important but not agree that the state should use the tax system to encourage a particular family form.” (A: Have you ever looked at nature? Nature has no time for any creature that doesn’t reproduce itself. It kills them off, folks. That’s nature. That’s pure, simple, basic nature. So how are we evolving into something which is unnatural and something that nature wouldn’t have around?)
In the annual Demos lecture (A: The Demos, by the way, the Demos is one of the biggest think tanks for communism. I’ll call it communism; it used to be called, for communism, but it’s much higher than communism because communism was a front for something else.), Mr Clegg will paint liberals as “progressives” who believe “the future can and ought to be better” (A: Oh that’s very reassuring, it “ought to be better.” Define better!), while Tories “embrace change reluctantly”.
His comments will enrage not only Conservative backbench MPs but also Cabinet ministers who have championed a return to traditional family life to mend broken Britain. (A: And by God it’s broken. I don’t think you can fix it; it’s too far gone, the culture’s too perverted. And I mean that.)
The Conservative manifesto outlined plans for a transferable tax allowance for four million married couples and civil partnerships, worth £150 a year. At the time Mr Clegg branded the policy “patronising drivel that belonged in the Edwardian age”. (A: Well that’s Mr Clegg’s job to say that, because we all know what he is. And he’s been told, he knows the agenda and they all get coached, you understand, and trained for their agenda, worldwide.)
And as we go down the tubes, and I saw this coming too, it’s something you only saw with a certain type, generally homosexual, like [Jeffrey] Dahmer who used to eat his victims. And there’s another one, recently one guy, he flew to Germany to meet his boyfriend that he’d never met before and I guess it was all on email, the exchanges, and he wanted his penis cut off and cooked in front of him and watched the guy eat it. That was to turn him on. No kidding. There’s a lot of weird folk out there folks. As I say, once you deviate from nature you get all kinds of deviancy coming from it. So they did that but the guy died with hemorrhaging and the other fella got charged. But this is what turns folk on.
Dutch TV hosts to engage in cannibalism, will eat each other
(A: How’s that?
dutchdailynews.com / Dec 12, 2011
Two Dutch TV hosts will tackle the burning question: what does human flesh taste like?
In a new BNN TV show Proefkonijnen (guinea pigs (A: ...it’s called.)) Dennis Storm and Valerio Zeno will attempt to answer questions from visitors by directly testing them in the studio.
Both TV hosts surgically removed tissue from the buttock at a private clinic in Brabant. The meat, with a size of about 2 to 3 inches, has been stored in a freezer. The two will consume each others meat in the first episode.
Remember Dahmer and lots of other ones, would cut them into pieces, their victims, and keep them in their fridges and stuff and have a bit of them every other day, you know, just different victims just for, you know, variety I suppose. So this is the latest fun, for all you people out there who have gone down the tubes, and you’ll probably get a good laugh at it or something. And you’ll all talk about it: oh did you hear about... oooh, oooh, and that’s as far as it goes. Meanwhile you’re being downloaded with all this stuff to come.
And this article too is about Gingrich. Now, Gingrich belongs to a scientific society, although he isn’t a scientist; he’s the promoter for this society. And I’ve given talks, I’ve read a couple of his talks since 2001 onwards, where he talks about putting brain chips in the public. And they actually had the top scientists over, in biotechnology, from Japan who said they have them ready, the only thing they have to do now is work on the public to make them accept them. So there’s another meeting in another university here; the first one I think was in a Jesuit university, or in an old Jesuit type university, and this one is in a different one, University of Iowa.
The idea of ideas: Newt Gingrich pitches ‘brain science’ on the trail
news.yahoo.com / Kerry Howley / Dec 19, 2011
In that strange way he has of lecturing potential voters rather than appealing to them, Newt Gingrich came to the University of Iowa last week to talk about "brain science." (A: So they’re calming down the chip bit, you see.) He appeared in a medical school auditorium to tell his listeners about a "very big idea" (A: Now, how many times have I mentioned ‘big idea’ and ‘very big idea’... in this talk? ...from all these different articles? See, this is to the initiated, you understand; this is why they put these out.) no other leader is "willing to tackle." Warming to the subject, he predicted "a dramatic explosion of new science" that would arise from "a public-private research initiative to map the brain and maximize our understanding of how it works." (A: Like they don’t know already, right? Back with more after this break folks.)
Here we are folks, back Cutting Through The Matrix and I’ll put this article about Gingrich up. The rest of it is just propaganda from him, and he’s not the brightest of guys, you know, but he certainly has a job to do, which is to indoctrinate us and get us all brain chipped one day.
And here’s another one. It’s strange, this is just one of these days where the articles come up one after another, and that means there’s an awful lot going on in the world that they’re not going to tell you about of course. It says...
Mississippi Mayor Reveals He is Gay…
After Visiting Gay Sex Shop on City’s Dime
theblaze.com / December 17, 2011 / Madeleine Morgenstern
A conservative Mississippi mayor has said he is gay after an audit showed he had the city pay for a wide range of personal expenses, including a visit to a gay sex store in Canada. (A: So it’s already interfering with his work, obviously, when he’s getting the city to pay for lots of expenses, personal expenses, and you can imagine... maybe you don’t want to imagine what he’s buying, in gay sex stores.)
Southaven Mayor Greg Davis revealed publicly for the first time Thursday that he is gay, and said he has struggled to keep his sexuality from affecting his public role as mayor of Mississippi’s third-largest city. (A: Well it’s not working, is it?)
“At this point in my life and in my career, while I have tried to maintain separation between my personal and public life, it is obvious that this can no longer remain the case,” Davis told the Commercial Appeal, a Tennessee-based publication. “While I have performed my job as mayor, in my opinion, as a very conservative, progressive individual (A: He’s certainly progressing towards something.) — and still continue to be a very conservative individual — I think that it is important that I discuss the struggles I have had over the last few years when I came to the realization that I am gay.” (A: So he goes on and on and on, how he...)
Davis, a Republican, has been under criminal investigation for allegedly misusing $170,000 in city funds on both his city-issued and personal credit cards. According to the Commercial Appeal, an audit revealed he used city money to pay for thousands of dollars worth of liquor (A: That’s for people he gets all happy with, you know, happy...), expensive dinners, and a $67 charge at Priape, a Toronto store described by its website as “Canada’s premiere (A: ...happy...) lifestyle store and sex shop.”
He told the newspaper he doesn’t remember what he purchased at the store, but said he visited it on a recruitment trip for the city. (A: Recruiting what, eh?)
So anyway, you get these things, one after another. It shows you, see, the ‘wave’ I mentioned earlier on. And it takes a ‘wave’, all these different things come in waves, and it can take 30 years before they manifest all through culture. And they do it through education, through all your movies, through all television, all media. These are the PC parts as they upgrade society into the new culture, and they call them waves. And we’re seeing them all manifest now with that age group, you see. It’s appearing all over the place. So it’s been awfully successful. And at the same time it’s no secret that when they talk about bringing in sexual education in schools it was actually from, again, the Communist Manifesto – and they were all communists that worked on it. They said they had to destroy the family unit, and get them all into prepubertal sex. In other words, you hyper-drive them into super sex basically, till they’re obsessed with it, and they can’t stay with one person, and again, with moral relativity thrown in, there’s nothing wrong with just having multiple partners until you drop dead of one of the diseases or something, you know. Or you start eating each other or something. Anyway it says...
The X-rated alternative to inadequate sex education
tes.co.uk / 16 December, 2011 / Adi Bloom
(A: This is a kind of happy, happy, you know, spiel here. And they go in about all the different kinds of sex. They go through...)
It involves anal sex as a matter of course. (A: ...everything’s normal, blah, blah, blah, women can get choked or gagged...) It can include images of women being choked or gagged.
(A: It’s all ‘pornography should take over’ as the new sex educator folks...)
And yet pornography is increasingly serving as a substitute for adequate sex education, new research has found.
Well, you know where it’s all going. See, it’s meant to go. It’s a big idea.
From Hamish and myself from Ontario, Canada, it’s good night and may your God or your Gods GO with you.
Topics of show covered in following links:
NHS and Dysfunctional Hospitals
China Hopes to Control the Weather Nation-Wide by 2015
Club of Rome--The World in 2052
Another from Club of Rome--2052
Speech by V. Havel
Guardian Uses Death of Havel to Praise Communism
Riot Shields that Suffocate Protesters
Man for All Seasons and Audiences Cameron is in a Christian Mode This Month
Nick Clegg Sneers at Married Britons
Dutch TV Hosts Eat Parts of Each Other
Gingrich on Brain Science
Mississippi Mayor Comes Out of Closet
Porno is the New Sex-ed