Jan. 18, 2015 (#1485)
"Cutting Through the Matrix" with Alan Watt
(Blurb, i.e. Educational Talk)
"Carbon Scam's Goal with Persistence
Is to Tax and Control Your Existence"
© Alan Watt Jan. 18, 2015
Title & Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - Jan. 18, 2015 (Exempting Music and Literary Quotes)
Hi folks, I'm Alan Watt and this is Cutting Through The Matrix on January 18, 2015. You know, you've got to really admire the power that goes into managing us all, this power, this consortium let's put it that way, this consortium of internationalists with all their agencies, even our own governments of course, they're private at the top, of course, but they do own governments, they own continents, they own the economies of countries, they own the banking systems of countries, the currencies of countries, they own the military-industrial complex, and they set forth the agenda. Their thousands of think tanks work on each part of the agenda right down to the minutia to do with individuals and what groups or cluster you fit into, your friends, etc., why you do it, etc, and how they manage all of us basically. They know when they put out a new idea that’s going to rip you off or whatever it happens to be again. The public, they know how many will respond, who will to stay asleep to it, not bother, and the ones who will argue about it and complain. So everything is minutely managed and that's what happens when you live through an incredible agenda.
And we never get a break, really. When you think you're getting a break, be careful, because so much is going on behind the scenes in preparation for the next big bash on the head that we all get. And there's always many reasons, and many benefits that they get out of one, say, one particular thing for instance. As an example we can use the slump in oil prices right now. Now, it's not really a slump in oil prices as we know. There's big companies there that aren't losing a penny, I guarantee you. It will be paid by the taxpayer, any losses they say that they are incurring during this geopolitical strategy, as they lower the prices of gasoline. If you notice, oil itself in the stores, if you buy oil for your vehicles and so on, it isn't dropping it all, neither is heating oil, things like that. So this is a managed strategy that really, is very, very incredibly reminiscent, when you read the Rockefellers and so on of the oil wars back in the early 1900s, right through the 1920s and so on, as they put all competitors and what they called the wild cats under.
Everyone, for instance, goes to the bank to borrow money and to invest and to build up their companies, and they basically set their prices for selling, the old wild cat guys did, and present oilfields too, on making X amount of money, with the frackers doing it today too. And just like in the 1920s, or 1910, they're going under dramatically because they expected a certain return to pay back their debts, as they were paying it off, and eventually they had hoped to be winners of course. That's not going to happen with a lot of them because, just like the Rockefellers, they're being taken over by the big oil companies today for peanuts or bankruptcy sales basically. So you'll have one giant monopoly owning all the gas and oil, etc. down the road, not too far off actually, not just in your country but across the world. Because these oil companies are international as you know and they have the power of their bought and paid for governments behind them who all go off and conquer countries to grab the oilfields. They've done that for years and years now and we've all live through it and watched it happen. But it hasn't stopped yet. They're putting under Venezuela right now, they're having some riots in the streets to do with shortages of everything, because they also have a big debt to pay back to different bankers. They were expecting certain returns and when the bottom falls out of the market they can't get that kind of profit back to pay off the interest on the debts and so on, and down they go. That's how it works. It's very simple.
Economic war is an incredibly powerful, powerful instrument, been used many times. And during that, it's not just to do with big profit and taking over as a complete monopoly, that's part of it because they have to have total monopoly over your food, water, all energy, etc. etc. But they also want to alter the way of living, your way of living. And believe you me, when they set oil prices back to where they were, it won't be to where they were, it will be way over where they were, with a whole bunch of new laws too, social laws and tax laws, etc. to do with you, to bring you into austerity according to how much energy you're are using, just to live. It's an existence tax if you like, another existence tax, and this one is for a living tax, if you live then you give off carbon dioxide, everything is produced for you to eat, etc., it will give off a certain amount of carbon in production and on and on it goes.
You see, you're the problem, that's how you're being trained to believe, that you're the problem for weather changes and climate changes and global warming, as we freeze our butts off here in Ontario with commonly 30°, 40° below zero. And it doesn't matter, it's your fault, you see, and you're going to pay for it and pay for it. And because of that you'll be brought into this new austerity system. Austerity, remember that term austerity? Most folk have forgotten it but the big think tanks that were set up to work on it, they haven't forgotten it. And neither have all the NGOs that are all bought and paid for and set up in fact and founded and funded by the big foundations that are owned by the big corporate leaders of the world.
Because we're run, again, by systems set up under this term democracy, which include so-called minority groups that are social activists. And it's very interesting how you see them affiliated with United Nations. And the ones that they don't wants in, certainly don't get registered at the UN. But if you are for all the UN policies and agendas, which is massive big business, international big business, then you accept all of the tenants of United Nations: transsexualism, trans-humanism, all of these things all come into it and again, austerity, for everyone across the world... Except for the few that have to run the world, all the bureaucrats and so on, they'll live awfully well as we go down the tubes into austerity. It's quite interesting. And the manufacturers, at least the big corporations that own the manufacturing, the guys who own monopoly manufacturing, they will run the world's goods and services, etc. etc. It's quite fascinating to live through it and watch it all happen.
But don't fall asleep because you think that you're going to have gas prices low forever. This is a geopolitical strategy, it's a social strategy, and it's also a strategy to lull you into sleep because you're really going to get hit very shortly with things you never imagined, believe you me. And we'll touch on some of that tonight. Now, here's one example here on the presentation of the same article really, the same topic. This was from the National Post. It's by Rex Murphy, who is often on CBC television giving you his little spiels. He doesn't go into it very deeply so it's meant for the general population, this article. He says…
Rex Murphy: Plummeting gas prices are a welcome break for Canadians — until a carbon tax comes along
news.nationalpost.com / Rex Murphy | January 17, 2015
(Alan: And you say, okay, he telling little bit, there's a carbon tax coming. And they've been waiting for it as you know, your governments, local governments too have signed on to this a long time ago with United Nations and the big corporation that runs the United Nations, in fact, set up the United Nations.)
Can you not, just one time, allow a little of the benefit to flow down and let those who most need and appreciate some small break have that break?
God must have loved the common man: He made so many of them. Whether that quotation can authoritatively be ascribed to Abraham Lincoln or not, it does catch the tone of the man as his persona has come to be known through history and legend. A great part of Lincoln’s appeal, both to the people of his time and to the generations that followed, was his fine-tuned respect for “the common man,” his experienced understanding of, and respect for, the daily life of the majority of his fellow citizens.
(A: And for Ontario, we have premieres that are like governors of states in the US.)
Premier Kathleen Wynne is leaving the door open to a new tax to combat climate change, just months after saying a carbon tax was not part of the Ontario government’s plan.
(A: In other words, when the prices were up high, and the prices in Canada are generally higher than elsewhere, they couldn't really push it then, you see. So this is how politicians work, they wait until there's a slump, because they knew this was coming up, this geopolitical war to put countries out of business with their petroleum and so on.)
After winning a majority government last June, Wynne said a carbon tax was not something the Liberals planned to introduce, even though she wanted a new plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
The province could adopt a cap-and-trade system that lets the worst polluters buy credits from companies that burn less fossil fuels, or impose a tax on all carbon emissions, including gasoline burned by automobiles.
If I did not fear flutters in the yuppie dovecote I would say Abraham Lincoln had more than a little bit of Rob Ford in him. What I will say without perturbation is that Lincoln loved the little guy.
Despite the shower of gloom and menace that shadows each day’s news, the little guy (and gal), at least on our side of the globe, has been getting a small break lately. For the first time in ages a tank of gasoline costs less per gallon than a handful of diamonds, or the cost of pimping up Neil Young’s now-electric 1959 land-yacht Lincoln Continental. For the first time in ages it’s possible for many people to travel to work, drive around on a weekend, (A: I wonder where they get the work, that's gone too.) take a driving holiday, hitch up the trailer, without offering up the children and the house as collateral/hostages to a bank before pulling up to the local Irving’s.
Both in Canada and in the U.S., the fall in gasoline prices has worked a real miracle, done a thing neither government nor industry has had the will or means to do: It has given people who actually work for a living, those who have the low-paying jobs — the clerks and secretaries, teaching assistants, fresh graduates toiling as low- or no-wage interns, taxi drivers, maintenance men, janitors, those waiting tables or clearing snow, fishermen and farmers — a break. De facto, the decline in the price of gasoline means a little bit of real money — finally — in the pockets of those who so very rarely have it. (A: Well, it's not taking into account of the fact, through this planned devaluation of your currency since the last bank crash, everything has shot up in price too, even your vegetables, etc., everything, common staples are just out of sight. But anyway he goes on to say…)
For them, it’s the equivalent of an accidental tax break. The oil crisis, whatever else it may be doing, is giving a break to the one set of people all the political parties should be most sympathetic to, and whom they laud with pieties on every occasion. So here’s a time to act out the pieties, and make sure this little bonus stays with the people who need it most.
But will it? Already in Ontario we are hearing from politicians, “well, now is a great time to put on a carbon tax.” I beg furiously to differ. These politicians and warmist campaigners have no soul. Can you not leave Lincoln’s “common man” alone? Just once? Please? Can you not, just one time, allow a little of the benefit to flow down and let those who most need and appreciate some small break have that break? Must their one parade be rained on?
Now, this is just a little bit of it. So it's just the governments who want to put it in, or people in the government who want to put on carbon taxes, eh… That's how you read this one here. But then you go into this article here and this goes into, from CBC news and it says…
Ontario could see carbon tax: Wynne
cbc.ca / The Canadian Press / Jan 14, 2015
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne makes an announcement during a press conference at Queen's Park in Toronto on Tuesday, Jan. 6, 2015. Wynne refused to rule out a carbon tax for Ontario on Wednesday, Jan. 14.
After winning a majority government last June, Wynne said a carbon tax was not something the Liberals planned to introduce, even though she wanted a new plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
The province could adopt a cap-and-trade system (A: Same kind of thing again.) that lets the worst polluters buy credits from companies that burn less fossil fuels, or impose a tax on all carbon emissions, including gasoline burned by automobiles.
When pressed today about following British Columbia's lead (A: British Columbia's like California, I mean, the people with the cash always tend to go towards the West Coast, you see, the north and south, Canada and the States. That's where all the NGO leaders love to live as well, you know, it's better climate for them all, etc. They like the warmth, as the rest of us pay the carbon taxes with heating fuels in the winters and stuff, that we're really going to get stiffed with this one.) and imposing a carbon tax, which included a seven-cent-a-liter levy on gas, Wynne refused to rule out the idea.
The premier said she wasn't prepared to say what options the province may come up with, but added Ontario must do its part as part of a national strategy on climate change. (A: Well, it's not national, it's international.)
Wynne said Ontario wants to balance its desire for economic growth with the need to lower greenhouse gas emissions.
Environment Minister Glen Murray is preparing a report on the various options to put a price on carbon emissions.
Like they haven't been all drafted up, you know, years ago and just waiting. Because it has been done, years ago, even how to introduce it and when to introduce it. Well, there's going to be a price war shortly as they put countries out of business to produce gasoline, and then once the monopolies have taking it all over they can jack it up. But in the meantime, they can slap on the carbon tax. Because the general public will say, oh what's 10 cents a liter for a tax, you see, when it's so much cheaper than it was. Then once they bring it back up to normal, plus the tax on top, then the tax will expand, what's on the books, every year, and you're screwed again. That's reality. That's reality, folks. So that's what's going on there.
Here's the thing now, there's an organization, and I've read this years ago when it set up in about 2006 and 2007 and so on.
Western Climate Initiative
(A: Now, I said so many times in the past that nongovernmental organizations are recognized as the new type of democracy, back in the early 1900s when they talked about bringing real democracy in to countries in Europe in Britain. A lot of very good minds at the time said that democracy, the way it's laid out, would only apply eventually to those with the most voice, and the most voice would be comprised of lots of citizens that would not be the general population, it would be special, nongovernmental organizations where they have the numbers, of the activists that are always pushing, and they will de facto represent the general public, because the general public say nothing, you see, they are the silent majority. That's how the Soviet Union was set up. The Soviet Union had NGOs, nongovernmental organizations, but with the government appointed leader. And we have the same thing here but they don't tell you that the leaders are appointed by the big corporate foundations who trained them and set them up to start up their organization, to give the appearance they are speaking for the people, or union, or whatever it happens to be, as it was in the Soviet Union. And there are good reasons why it's the same, because it worked in the Soviet Union.)
The Western Climate Initiative, or WCI, was started in February 2007 by the governors of five western states (AZ, CA, NM, OR, and WA) with the goal of developing a multi-sector, market-based program to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. (A: …right. And the governors certainly signed on to this, like a policy, not as a law, and it's all from the United Nations.)
The Western Climate Initiative, or WCI, was started in February 2007 by the governors of five western states (AZ, CA, NM, OR, and WA) to evaluate and implement ways to reduce their state’s emissions of greenhouse gases and achieve related co-benefits. These states and future participants in the initiative (collectively know as WCI "partners") also committed to set an overall regional goal to reduce emissions (set in August 2007 as 15 percent below 2005 emission levels by 2020), participate in a cross-border greenhouse gas registry to consistently measure and track emissions, and adopt clean tailpipe standards for passenger vehicles. By July 2008, the initiative had expanded to include two more states (MT and UT) and four Canadian provinces (BC, MB, ON, and QC). Together, these WCI partners comprised 20 percent of U.S. GDP and 76 percent of Canadian GDP.
The most ambitious and controversial objective of the WCI was to develop a multi-sector, market-based program to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Detailed design recommendations for a regional cap-and-trade program to reduce greenhouse gas emissions were released by the WCI in September 2008 and July 2010. By December 2011, California and Quebec adopted regulations based on these recommendations.
(A: Now, where is it set up in anybody's charter that allows, say, a Canadian province and a state in the US to adopt policy that affects all of their citizens? And no one has stopped this or complained about it, because you see, you really don't have nations. You've got to keep thinking you do have a nation until world government is eventually announced way down the road, and it might not be that far off now, they might just do it after the next big massive crash, which is planned, to bring in the new system, a complete system of utter slavery, [Alan chuckles.], I mean, obvious slavery. Obviously a few, actually most folk won't notice it is slavery, because they will be here to save you and so on, and bring in a new system and way of living, as you are registered and monitored and guided from birth to death. That's really what it's about, folks. Now this goes on to say…)
(The WCI has no regulatory authority of its own.) Key administrative aspects of the regional cap-and-trade program are being implemented in 2012. (A: So, it's got no regulatory authority of its own, it can only put this forth as, what, a suggestion? Meanwhile they've got all the limits per year, how much to get reduce per year, way into the future. Hum? And it gets implemented, just signed into the law or something by governments? Why isn't this all over the news? All the time? In detail? Why don't they have specials on this for the people? Because they don't want the people to really understand it, that's why.) Power plants, refineries (A: Here ya go…), and other large emitters must comply with the cap in 2013. Other greenhouse gas emission sources, such as suppliers of transportation fuels, must comply with the cap beginning in 2015. (A: I mean, it's just… a coincidence, you're just into 2015 and what's getting hit, hey? Your fuel, it's going down, and that's when they were to implement the carbon tax.) Among other things, the Western Climate Initiative lays the foundation for a North American cap-and-trade program (A: That's the Al Gore projects, and the Rothschild projects and so on, where really the carbon taxes are going to get collected and go through the Rothschilds private bank in Switzerland, a part of the new economy. Of course there's the fact that these big corporations will go through Al Gore's company and other companies like that and swap all their carbon credits, etc. etc., and make profits off of it, while you pay for it all. It's quite something, isn't it? See, many of these big corporations actually have deals, they have deals with all your governments. The United Nations actually made a little loophole, as all the countries were told that the countries were to set all these national parks aside, but big corporations will have drilling rights and prospecting rights in these places. So they get given these massive tracts of land for nothing, that they can speculate on, let them sit for a while, and then put that down as a carbon sink. It cost them nothing to get it but when it comes to their tax time if they put down how much carbon is sinking, etc, and changing into oxygen and all that by the plants and the vegetation, and if they say it's more, more actually, if it's actually producing more or cleaning the air more than what it's taking in, they'll actually claim money from the government at tax time and make a profit on it. You understand, the ordinary folk never win here, it's not meant for you to win. If you think the ultra-rich are ultra-rich right now, just wait a year or two when this thing is really under full steam here. You wait and see. And you watch the rest of us all plummet down to what it's meant to be, for the managed society.),but it says the Western Climate Initiative lays the foundation for a North American cap-and-trade program not only in its design and implementation, but in its potential acceptance of greenhouse gas emissions offsets from projects across North America.
Some observers described the entire project as greenwash designed to avoid committing to the Kyoto Protocol, and cited evidence that much more drastic cuts, up to 40%, could be achieved without affecting investment yield in equities, a good indicator that such cuts would not affect economic prospects in the economy as a whole. Some watchdogs expressed concerns over why WCI was set up in the state of Delaware as an anonymous shell company that would evade public scrutiny.
The CEO of CARB James Goldstein is also listed as the Chairman of the Board of WCI Inc. (A: …naturally…) and the head of the auction oversight group. (A: And they give you a link for that too, the auctioning and trading of these carbon credits, etc.)
Several U.S. partners, although active participants in the design of the program, announced in 2010 that they would either delay or not implement the program in their jurisdictions. The partnership was therefore streamlined to include only California and the four Canadian provinces actively working to implement the program. As of January 2012, regulations have not been issued by British Columbia, Manitoba, or Ontario, although a carbon tax in British Columbia will be increasing to $30/tonne of CO2 equivalents (A: I love how they… I mean really, it's a lot of nothing, but they transpose it into something else, equivalents you see, all this nothing into nothing equivalents.) in July 2012. Several WCI partners also remain active in the International Carbon Action Partnership, an international coordinating body for several such regional carbon trading bodies.
(A: But it all comes under the United Nations. And as this expands, and once you've all accepted it, you see, and it's normalized, it's just always been there like gravity, they'll expand it to include so many other things. But it's also to include energy, the energy that was used to make that bar of chocolate, and the rapper, everything, and down to a tax on you personally as well. And your heating of course is going to just go through the roof, if you can manage to get heat at all. And of course the monopolies will say it's got to be their gas, or it's got to be their oil, or whatever, sanctioned by the governments that will approve it because they are all bought and paid for, and there will be no competition of any kind, it will be big prices and you'll be really into poverty. But the big corporations, because they can give you less and charge more, just like electricity right now, won't lose a thing, they'll profit as they actually give you less and less and less.)
Alberta and Saskatchewan object to cap-and-trade and in July 2008 called WCI's plan a "cash grab by some of Canada's resource-poor provinces." (A: No, it's not. It's a global thing, this.) However, Alberta has legislated a small restricted carbon charge of its own. The objections seem to be more related to the reporting and disclosure requirements that would be much higher for a North American project than for one based strictly in Alberta. Monitoring of the carbon-intensive Tar Sands, for instance, is inadequate according even to Alberta's own government. Industry funding to other independent monitoring was also cut.
Well, they should toss it out because this is all part of a big world agenda, that isn't just to do with profit and taking over, it's total monopoly, as they bring you into a completely new way of living and bringing you into austerity, folks. Because as I say, everything that you have to buy to live, your basics, everything, is going to have an energy/carbon tax applied to it. And it's just monstrous what is happening. This is a big social agenda for control.
Now this other article on the same thing…
Western Climate Initiative, Inc.
Western Climate Initiative, Inc. (WCI, Inc.) (A: …Inc, because it’s a corporation.) is a non-profit corporation formed to provide administrative and technical services to support the implementation of state and provincial greenhouse gas emissions trading programs.
(A: So here you are, a nongovernmental sort of thing...)
The Board of Directors for WCI, Inc. includes officials from the provinces of Quebec and British Columbia (A: Now, is that why they were put in, these officials? Of course it wasn't. And should the public object? You're darn right they should object.), and the State of California. The services provided by WCI, Inc. can be expanded to support jurisdictions that join in the future.
WCI, Inc. Activities: (A: Their agenda…)
•Develop a compliance tracking system that tracks both allowances and offsets certificates
•Administer allowance auctions; and (A: …that’s their carbon credits.)
•Conduct market monitoring of allowance auctions and allowance and offset certificate trading. (A: That's to do with cash for all these guys.)
The Board of Directors of Western Climate Initiative, Inc. is pleased to announce that Greg Tamblyn has been retained as the organization’s Executive Director. (A: Remember, they have CEOs for these NGOs and everything, folks, like any other corporation.)
Mr. Tamblyn has over 10 years’ experience developing and managing renewable energy and environmental programs.
(A: By the way I was thinking there, if you've read any of the top magnates of the world and how they got their money, they are all gangsters to start with until they became respectable in the second-generation going to the best universities, and with all of that loot they've got. You'll find that, for instance, the Rockefellers, the three brothers were into governments and private companies. They ran the military-industrial complex, a good part of it. They put their own boys from their own foundation into governments, all over the place, and all different branches, including the military operation, parts that deal with military, the State Department, all that kind of thing. They had all got their start at Rockefeller, and they were all getting retainers too, quietly issued to them, to make sure that the strategies of a private family were being carried out nationally and internationally, via the government, including wars. And when that was all getting found out they decided to start creating all the NGOs, nongovernmental organizations, to make it appear that they're not related to any of these big foundations, and really, from the general populace who are concerned… That's how they do it. It's worked awfully well. So the right wing think that all these NGOs are communists, and oh, old hippies and things, rather than the fact that it's big corporations that own them, big foundations are the fronts for the corporations, and they're really bringing in a fascist system under the guise of fighting big business. What a joke, hey! Isn't that beautiful, the strategy of it all. Isn't it? And folk fall for this. As I say, otherwise you would know, you see, all this is another Rockefeller agenda or another… name one of the big families, who run the countries. It's a great cover for them all to get what they want. Because these families, by the way, are not independent of each other. They all belong to certain, well let's just call them, clubs, put it that way.) As Executive Director, Mr. Tamblyn will be responsible for coordinating administrative and technical support for the emissions trading programs of WCI, Inc.’s participating jurisdictions.
Mr. Tamblyn comes to WCI, Inc. from the Renewable Energy Institute International (REII) where he served as Executive Director (2007 – 2014). As the Executive Director at REII, Mr. Tamblyn was responsible for managing renewable energy projects and the day-to-day operations of the organization. Prior to his appointment at REII Mr. Tamblyn worked on various environmental and renewable energy projects throughout the United States.
WCI, Inc. was formed in November 2011 as a non-profit corporation to provide coordinated administrative and technical support to state and provincial greenhouse gas emissions trading programs. (A: I mean, even that whole greenhouse gas thing... is baloney. But you see, the more they say it, and speak it into existence, the more folk think it's all real. Without the normal greenhouse gases, folks, there would be no planet at all, we'd all be dead, it protects us from ultraviolet and radiation and so on. And this CO2 they jumped on, it's one of the smallest trace gases there is in it, and it's got to be there for plants to grow. But facts don't matter. Anyway, this guy who is in charge of this nongovernmental organization, this nonprofit, is making...) The annual salary for this position is $130,000. (A: Yep, that's what he got in 2014. That's not including his massive expense accounts; I'm sure some of his dinners will be about $5-$10,000 each.)
But anyway, this is the reality, folks. We're run by what would appear to be do-gooders, you see, do-gooders, that you don't elect, we don't elect any of them and for some reason they simply just have the ear of governments. They can put things forth that are signed into law, by what you think are your governments, and I say, what you think are your governments. It's quite something. Quite something, folks. And that's how we're really run. Joe Blow, the common man, as Rex Murphy said, honestly isn't told a fraction of the information he should know, and how things actually work, and what things really are that are getting presented in the newspapers, never mentioning world agendas, or anything else, or these private corporations and private nongovernmental organizations that have their top leaders, the CEO leaders all funded and put forth by private foundations, owned by the same guys who own the military-industrial complexes, tax-free foundations by the way, who are there to help the world, you know, and poor folks across the planet, and to run the world properly, you know, manage it properly like the pharaohs managed their slaves in Egypt.
Now, it's quite interesting to see how most folk, the so-called silent majority, most folk want to follow, they will obey rules and regulations. They have lots of entertainment to escape into as things get worse and worse and worse. And down through history it has always been smaller groups, naturally, who have made changes, some for better, some for worse, it all depends on what happened and how you look upon it too. But we've had small groups really running the world for a while, of the ultra, ultra-rich, and they’re getting more and more rich all the time, more and more powerful the time, and now they have these thousands across the world of nongovernmental organizations as fronts to push their agenda through, of course, and their control of everything. Because the old socialist idea was to have an expertly run society. And socialism, believe you me, was funded by the extreme right wing of the era, the real capitalists who thought if they could force people to do and buy and so on and live the way they wanted them to do, then apart from getting awfully rich, if you are supplying all the authorized materials etc., and goods, then you could also govern their whole lives into a more uniform standardized society.
Now, we're in the age of the control freak, this is what it's all coming down to of course. In some countries they monitor children two to three months after birth, like Scotland where they give you GIRFEC, a state authorized guardian you might say, because parents aren't guardians anymore. The state is supreme and that guardian will make sure that that child gets their, eventually, monthly psychological evaluations to find out their views about things and if they find out something wrong they'll either drug them or tweak them in one way or another to get them back on track into the officially approved program of thought, you see. Because thought control is a big part of it. In fact, most of it is thought control. Independent thinking is really frowned upon by those with this very old and very well organized agenda that encompasses every part of living. Believe you me, it's not just to do with pollution.
But from this article here, it's very good, a very good article, it says…
All Over America,
Government Officials Are Cracking Down On Preppers
theeconomiccollapseblog.com / Michael Snyder / January 8th, 2015
(A: Now, preppers in the States, as you know, and elsewhere, are folk who are trying to live independently. Many of them in fact started off as new agers and thought they'd get off the grid and things like that and be self-sufficient, a dream, a dream that's very, very old. Because at one time very long ago we were all individual survivalists trying to live from day to day, hunter/gatherers, etc. And it's all changing today. You cannot be independent. You must need the state, which is a front for the big corporations who rule the world, the state must tell you what to do, what to buy and how to live and all the rest of it, from birth to death. That literally is it, the planned society.)
Why would the government want to punish people that are just trying to work hard, become more self-sufficient and take care of their families? There are approximately 3 million preppers in the United States today, and often they appear to be singled out for punishment by bureaucratic control freaks (A: ...that's all the agencies we've got now.) that are horrified at the thought that there are families out there that actually want to try to become less dependent on the system. (A: Actually, they use these families, and news articles, as they attack them with SWAT teams and things like that, to terrify the rest into compliance. That's how it works, you see.) So if you use alternative methods to heat your home, or if you are not connected to the utility grid, or if you collect rainwater on your property, or if you believe that parents should have the ultimate say when it comes to health decisions for their children, you could become a target for overzealous government enforcers. Once upon a time, America was the land of the free and the home of the brave, but now we are being transformed into a socialist police state where control freak bureaucrats use millions of laws, rules and regulations to crack down on anyone that dares to think for themselves.
For example, people have been burning wood to heat their homes since this country began. And this is still very common in rural areas. But the Obama administration does not like this at all. (A: Again, forget the front man they put in, folks. This is an ongoing intergenerational agenda, you see. Politics is the farce. Do you think Obama is making decisions? I tell you, none of them can make decisions, because they are not allowed to. Their bosses above them make the decisions all for them.) The Obama bureaucrats at the EPA fear that our little wood stoves may be contributing to “global warming”, so they have outlawed the production and sale of 80 percent of the wood stoves that are currently in use. The following comes from a recent Forbes article.
It seems that even wood isn’t green or renewable enough anymore. The EPA has recently banned the production and sale of 80 percent of America’s current wood-burning stoves, the oldest heating method known to mankind and mainstay of rural homes and many of our nation’s poorest residents. The agency’s stringent one-size-fits-all rules apply equally to heavily air-polluted cities and far cleaner plus typically colder off-grid wilderness areas such as large regions of Alaska and the American West. (A: So there's no exemptions no matter where you live. And again, that's to get folk to move too, because you believe you me, they've got the whole future mapped.)
While EPA’s most recent regulations aren’t altogether new, their impacts will nonetheless be severe. Whereas restrictions had previously banned wood-burning stoves that didn’t limit fine airborne particulate emissions to 15 micrograms per cubic meter of air, the change will impose a maximum 12 microgram limit. To put this amount in context, EPA estimates that secondhand tobacco smoke in a closed car can expose a person to 3,000-4,000 micrograms of particulates per cubic meter. (A: So they want it down to 12 micrograms.)
Most wood stoves that warm cabin and home residents from coast-to-coast can’t meet that standard. Older stoves that don’t, cannot be traded in for updated types, but instead must be rendered inoperable, destroyed, or recycled as scrap metal. (A: And I read that about last week or the week before from a different article too, down to the 12 microgram limit, which makes it impossible, you see.)
There are other preppers that try to use very “clean” methods to power their homes, but that is still not good enough for some government control freaks.
For example, one prepper down in south Florida that had gone “off the grid” was recently ordered by a court to connect back to the grid or face eviction from his home. The following is an excerpt from a recent article by Guiles Hendrik…
Think you are still free to make choices in your life? Do you think the government will allow you to live independent of their utility monopolies? If you think so, try opting for renewable non-grid tied power and utilize environmentally friendly composting toilets and your own self-sufficient water supply. Today, those life choices could land you in jail if you live in South Florida. Take the case of Robin Speronis.
Robin Speronis has lived off the grid, independent of the city’s water and electric system. A Florida court ruled this off-the-grid living illegal last week and has given Robin until March to connect her home to a municipal water line or face possible eviction. Further, officials in the city of Cape Coral have justified this by deeming Robin’s home “unsanitary,” citing the International Property Maintenance Code. (A: So there you go, an International Property Maintenance Code, again, the United Nations. No one gets to vote for the United Nations, but they're running your lives, as a front, again, for the big foundations, which are just the front, really, for the agendas that the big international feudal overlords of international corporations sink the tax money into. In other words, tax-free, these foundations, because they're helping you, they're making social changes, you see, so they don't get taxed for things and they sink all of their money into there.) First of all, since when did we begin to locally recognize “international codes?” Where in the US Constitution does it provide for international jurisdiction over local codes? Ironically, this “international” code mandates that homes be connected to an electricity grid and a running water source, even though most of the world lives without reliable electricity and municipal water and sewer. Further, the code is outdated and obsolete because it was written without consideration to both old and new technologies that relegate the need for grid tied power and municipal water as unnecessary and expensive; especially, in locations where it simply isn’t feasible to have grid tied utilities. Nonetheless, Speronis’ home does in fact have power and water through far cheaper and more environmentally friendly means — solar panels and rainwater, but that reality is ignored by the local government.
Incredibly, most Americans still seem to believe that we live in a “free country”. But we don’t. Our lives are very tightly constrained by literally millions of laws, rules and regulations, and more are being added every single day.
Even some of our most basic fundamental rights have been seriously eroded. One of these is the right to make basic health decisions for our own children. In New York state, children that have not received all of the designated vaccines can now be banned from attending public school, and this requirement was recently upheld by a federal appeals court…
New York State’s requirement that children be vaccinated before attending public school does not violate their constitutional rights, a federal appeals court in Manhattan said on Wednesday.
In affirming the requirement’s constitutionality, a three-judge panel of the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals also upheld a previous ruling by a federal judge that students exempted from the requirement for religious reasons can be barred from school when another child has a disease preventable by a vaccine.
The decision was the latest to go against three parents from New York City who say their religious rights were violated when their children were kept out of school as a result of the immunization policies. The parents’ lawyer, Patricia Finn, said her clients planned to appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court.
So what are we free to do without government interference these days?
In fact, in some states we can’t even sit on our own land and collect the rain as it falls from the sky for our own personal use.
If you do this in the state of Oregon, for example, you could go to prison…
Gary Harrington, the Oregon man convicted of collecting rainwater and snow runoff on his rural property surrendered Wednesday morning to begin serving his 30-day, jail sentence in Medford, Ore.
“I’m sacrificing my liberty so we can stand up as a country and stand for our liberty,” Harrington told a small crowd of people gathered outside of the Jackson County (Ore.) Jail.
Several people held signs that showed support for Harrington as he was taken inside the jail.
And of course these are just a few examples. Almost every single day there are more stories in the news about government bureaucrats cracking down on preppers. They almost seem to relish the opportunity to go after the “non-conformists”. (A: Well, they do, that's what they're told to do.)
But the good news is that the number of Americans that are seeking to become less dependent on the system just continues to grow.
So what about you?
Are you a prepper? (A: …and so on and so on.)
So really folks, it's an ongoing agenda, they're never going to stop at the top. They have what they call, the force of the law. And they also, we know for a fact, that many folk, as I say, the silent majority in certain areas will simply move. They'll migrate to the thronged cities; they'll go on the city's power supply. Because they're getting taxed off the land and persecuted of course, and they can't burn their stoves, and if you can't get it way up yonder where ever they live in the rural areas, or its awfully expensive, more expensive, and move into the cities, then they're taking public transportation. So it's all been thought out years ago, how to get everyone to do what you want them to do, from the top. And that's what the think tanks work on of course. They do all these computer studies too and simulations, they can get pretty accurate accounts of how many will actually move en mass, how long it will take them, the different classes that will move first, second, third and so on and so on and so on. So you're living in a plan society already, nothing to do with democracy, nothing whatsoever to do with democracy. The appearance of democracy should not include specialized nongovernmental organizations that no one gets a chance to vote into anything, never mind make decisions for them that affects their very life, living itself, life itself. It shouldn't be allowed.
But again, your mainstream, which is all, again, part of the corporate elite, it's just the promoter for all of that kind of stuff of course, and so is the general media as well. Because they don't tell any citizen. They don't do specials on all of this. They don't give airtime for someone with a counter to the agendas, with a different viewpoint and so on. Under the fair policies act, etc. they only give it to the ones who are authorized to come out and go against you, and you can't go against them. So that's the technique that's used in this world today, and it was well thought out a long, long time ago, folks, a long time ago. As I say, the think tanks work on all these policies daily, daily, full-time, thousands of folk sometimes just in one big think tank, you know. They also use university studies and all these things, just ongoing, ongoing, ongoing, to see how the cattle are responding, and different sectors of the cattle are responding, and how to get the rest of the cattle to respond and do the right thing, which is to do what you're told.
Now, I've talked many times about the techniques that are used to take your rights away and about collective punishment, if one person does something wrong in a nation then you punish them all. But it's always for a bigger agenda that they won't tell the public. Of course, we know that the whole agenda before 9/11 happened was all written in the books and the step-by-step process of all the things they wanted to do and would need little excuses to push and push and push and take more rights from the public. And it's ongoing. With the shootings in Paris, etc., that's been a big part of it. This stuff that I'm going to read, really, has been on the books for a long time. Because I can remember before 9/11 happened when there were documentaries on Canadian television with the top security people at the time, and the agencies at the time, with some, I think they went over to Israel and they were working with the Israeli Special Forces and officials on security and coming terror and all the rest of it. And some of these guys when they were talking, these Canadian guys in charge of the agencies, you talk about fascists, I mean, they put the guys around fascist governments in the past to shame, really. But this article here is from RT and it says…
Erosion of free speech?
Cameron pledges to ban Snapchat and WhatsApp
rt.com / January 12, 2015
PM David Cameron may block encrypted messaging platforms Snapchat and WhatsApp if the Conservatives win May’s general election, as part of the party’s agenda to bolster surveillance powers following last week’s terror attacks in Paris. (A: It doesn't matter who's in, folks; it's such a joke even having a party in Britain now because they're all the same, literally.)
During a meeting with Britain’s security chiefs, the Prime Minister pledged to halt the use of communications platforms that can withstand snooping from security services who are in possession of a warrant. (A: Well, it won't matter. They've been doing it all along without warrants, as we all know, hey. We all know this.)
Such software applications focus on popular messaging and social networking apps that deploy encryption techniques to protect users data.
WhatsApp, Apple’s iMessage and FaceTime, which encrypt information in this manner, could all be targeted by the Conservatives’ proposed policy.
Cameron also pledged to revive the Tories’ much-criticized “snoopers charter” to aid security officials in monitoring online activity.
(A: Literally, we might as well just… I wish the governments would just pay for the computers and iPhones and all the rest of it, right. But they're called ‘personal’ computers, making you think it's yours… it's yours. If they forced you to get it you'd be suspicious. But because it came out as a ‘personal’ computer, like yours, and it really pushed, oh, ‘your’ private information... oh, private. It was all lie from the beginning. Everything was worked out long before they decided to give you the computer.)
In April 2014, the European Court of Justice ruled against the introduction of the Snooper’s Charter, warning it would culminate in privacy rights violations. The Court outlined a more moderate data retention program that would aid criminal investigations.
But in early July it emerged the government was seeking to push through emergency legislation, which would flout the Court’s judgment and re-legislate for the blanket retention of data. (A: …they’ve always done this though.)
The snooper’s charter subsequently caused a rift in government, however, after it was blocked by Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg on the grounds it posed a risk to civil liberties. (A: Then they go through the usual stuff.)
But the fact is, it was planned a long time ago, step-by-step. And again, you also get the same thing from RT…
‘I am not bothered with civil liberties stuff for terror suspects’
– Boris Johnson
rt.com / January 12, 2015
London Mayor Boris Johnson (A: He's quite a character, and quite a family history he's got too by the way. In fact, I think it was his granddad and great granddad were members of the Milner group for, causing revolutions abroad.) said he’s “not bothered” with civil liberties when it comes to terrorism suspects, while he attended a vigil in Trafalgar Square in solidarity for the 17 people that have lost their lives in terrorist attacks in Paris.
Johnson said: “I'm not particularly interested in this civil liberties stuff when it comes to these people's emails and mobile phone conversations. If they are a threat to our society then I want them properly listened to.” (A: Well, this is just to make sure we're all even more listen too, that's all, in more detail in other words.)
He argued that security services should be able to monitor the emails and phone calls of anyone who posed a threat to Britain. . . (A: Now, there's a broad term, ‘a threat’ to Britain… If it's a threat to the agenda it's a person with a different point of view, that's all, a point of view, as they keep expanding what they mean by it. It's like terrorism, they keep expanding the meaning of it to include so many things, especially any opposition of the mind, you see.).”
The government is pushing for the Communications Data Bill to be re-introduced, which would give the security and intelligence services greater power to monitor terrorists.
They're all getting in on the act of course, as you well know...
Surrounded by surveillance: Is everything spying on you?
Computerworld.com | Nov 22, 2011
Depending upon who you listen to, GPS tracking shouldn't be your only concern when you are out and about on the streets. The ACLU hammered license plate scanners as 'logging our every move,' a different investigative report concluded your car is spying on you, and some even claim the street lights are out to get you.
The ACLU reported on the "widespread tracking of citizen's movements" via the use of automated license plate readers (ALPRs). "It has now become clear that this technology, if we do not limit its use, will represent a significant step toward the creation of a surveillance society in the United States." (A: Well, it's already here, folks. And this is from 2011 by the way, this article here.) The ACLU does, of course, regard GPS tracking without a warrant as intrusive on privacy, but license plate reader "technology is rapidly approaching the point where it could be used to reconstruct the entire movements of any individual vehicle."
Well, we know that the little box and so on and the GPS, they've been tracking you for years actually, right down to what your speed is on the roads that you're on and so on, and they know the roads that you're on as well, things like that.
Lawmakers move to block black box recorders in cars, DVR snooping
Computerworld.com | May 1, 2012
And then it talks about what we already knew and they were using before it ever broke into the media.
Extremely smart street lamps, IntelliStreets system, are another tech coming under heavy fire as many of its critics claim it's Big Brother tracking your every move. ABC7News reported, "In each lighting fixture or each lighting pole, there is processor very much like an iPhone. And it takes inputs and outputs and talks back and forth. And the poles actually talk to each other." That's not all because when you step "into view of the street light, there is a camera that spots you... it can even take your picture. The system is also capable of recording conversations making critics cry invasion of privacy."
After lighting contractor Illuminating Concepts (A: …this is the company.) took a great deal of heat over its IntelliStreets system, it responded with Big Brother or Big Idea? "Those crying foul over our Intellistreets lighting, security and information system seem to have two consistent qualities: they know little if nothing about the overwhelming merits of our potentially life-saving technology; and, everything they ever learned they learned from the 'Big Brother' movies." The company said the grant money came from the Department of Energy, not DHS, (A: Well, the Department of Energy is also part of the military-industrial complex, that's the guys who own it.) since the IntelliStreets are energy efficient. (A: Okay so it's energy-efficient, so that makes it okay, right? Humpff. There's no argument at all.) "In its fullest form, Intellistreets also includes the collection and reporting of information immediately and completely so that first responders (police, fire and EMS) (A: …so it’s there to help you, you see. That’s why it’s there, folks, you see, they’re just thinking about you, they’re always thinking about us, the poor souls, we’re all helpless, you see.)
Yet the Center for Democracy and Technology (CDT) has long warned about the dangers lurking in digital signage, "ads with eyes" as it continues to grow smarter and more interactive. The World Privacy Forum [PDF] (A: ...included here by the way and I'll put it up tonight.) warned that "digital signage systems fitted with sensors, cameras and facial recognition systems for the delivery of targeted advertising risk creating a 'one-way-mirror society'."
There's electronic data everywhere, touching nearly every aspect of life, and digital evidence may be the star witness in a criminal case. MSNBC was talking about when it comes to your car collecting evidence via a vehicle's "event data recorder" which is like a "black box" on a plane and then witnessing against you. Yet others say "that e-evidence might just as easily create an unshakable alibi."
We've looked at war texting, an SMS attack to steal a car, at how the Nissan Leaf secretly leaks your location and your speed to websites (A: So some vehicles are way ahead of others of course, with the ability for more information that's given to whoever is collecting it at the other end.), and there are cars with an IP address, like the Chevrolet Volt, which could potentially be vulnerable to client side attacks. SNOsoft Research delved into hacking your car for fun or profit (A: …another link there.), which pointed out it's not really that difficult to program a car to kill a driver. (A: And that's very true, the intelligence services have been doing this for years.) So you see? It's all how you view things and perhaps your paranoia level.
So what you're living through, folks, is an incredible agenda which leads into social control. Incredible. And nothing has been missed in the day-to-day living of every single type, and I mean type, personality type of individual. And it's to get worse and worse and worse, until the totally controlled society, where you'll have no say in anything... If they accuse you of anything, thought crime, whatever crime it happens to be, all the new crimes they are creating, you'll have no alibi at all because in somewhere or another some camera has got a picture that could be evaluated as you doing this or doing that, or you could be putting something in the trash, who knows. But this is the life they're bringing in for you, under the guise of keeping you safe.
I mean, there's nothing government will tell you that's ever true. I really mean that. Anything they tell you, they might tell you in a roundabout way what they're going to do, they give you a totally different reason why they're going to, but they won't tell you all of it, what they're going to do in one particular area, or the real whys, and there's consequences to it all. That's what public relations are for, and every department in government has public relations and they hand out things to the press to make sure that we get the perception about whatever topic it is, that we're supposed to believe. Every company has the public relations, whole departments of them, who sit and psychologically evaluated how to push something across to con the public. Police forces all have them too, public relations officers, people who spin truth to make it more palatable, by omission or spinning. That's the real world and that's how it really does work, folks.
I've said for so long that the groups that are out there, don't join the ready-made groups because many of them were set up by the opposition under the guise, we're here for you. And if you start one up for yourself you'd have to have a whole incredible intelligence network to make sure that no one infiltrates it, because you will get infiltrated and someone can take it over rather quite easily, especially the one that works the hardest for you, that's what they do. Read all the different techniques about infiltration of the communist system during the Cold War. In America and Britain and elsewhere there were hundreds, hundreds of front groups, front organizations that were to all lead the culture along an agenda, their thinking and so on, and in the universities, into thinking in this particular way, or that way, whatever way it happened to be. And they had Christian groups and everything conned into it because they didn't come along and say, hey we're communists and we want to change you and use you. They give them a good reason, to help something or help somebodies or groups of people, and you say, well that sounds good, I'll put money down on that and help. Nothing has changed. The ones at the top know what they're doing, who lead all these groups, they know, they're well-paid and well-funded, incredible pensions and everything else. But they love to use lots of followers…
Only by becoming an individual in the first place, understanding what's going on, can you actually achieve anything at all. And believe you me, it won't be easy. But you have to learn to speak your mind in every situation. That doesn't mean you get into an argument, you speak your mind. You have to learn to be calm. Learn it. And don't overdo something, just say what you know about something. Eventually it will come down to, literally, persecution across the board.
But since all the organized nongovernmental organizations have thousands and thousands and thousands of followers, as I say, the top branches of them are all well-funded and well-paid, full-time salaries, they even have office blocks a lot of them, pretending that they're really speaking for the people. No, they're not. We don't elect them. We don't vote them in. And most folk don't even know who they are. But their names are always in the paper, the name of the groups, NGO. Just like the United Nations itself wasn't voted in by any citizen of the general population of any country. It was set up as a front organization, by the same guys who already owned the banking world, they owned governments including Britain, especially Britain at that time, and had for a long time. They helped fund the whole setting up of the communist opposition, because it’s got into two opposing forces, to create social change and political change, and educational change. And all during that era that was opposing communism, it was being taught in universities across the States and Britain and elsewhere, quite openly, by professors brought and from the Eastern countries, and all getting funded and getting passed through immigration without a problem, right into those positions, to teach the socialist doctrines, through social sciences and things like that. All effective and it worked awfully well. Only one group runs the world, one group.
But as I say, you've got to claim your individuality. Be yourself, for goodness sake. Be yourself, that's all. And find out who you are, really who you are, not the yes men that takes the opinions that are downloaded to you, do you want this one or that one. For every topic they give you a left and right, take this opinion or that opinion. And answers are never quite that simple. And the answer you give might have nothing to do with either of the ones they offer you.
Individuality, when it goes, there's nothing left to save. Nothing left to save whatsoever. It is true, the majority will, I've always said for me personally, the main enemy I have, which is totalitarianism, and those involved in it, it's also a good part of the general population that go along with it all because they don't want to know. That's why the big boys have always decided to use this thing called democracy, the majority of the public will go along with anything they're told by the leaders. To have a quiet life – they'll think, I've got a quiet life – so they let it all go. Then eventually as the numbers increase of those who let it go, the general population, then they'll say, well why aren't you getting this license or whatever it happens to be? To drive or whatever, it doesn't make any difference. Or paying this fee or whatever, why aren't you doing it? The rest of them have accepted it. And they'll say, 70% of the public have accepted blah, blah, blah, therefore we're making it a law. And that's why democracy works for the big boys, to use it as a con game. Sad, isn't it? But we're so well understood.
And I don't give you the cheerleader rah-rah-rah thing, or a show, like a wrestling show of entertainment. I just give you the bare facts, that's all. Because I'm not selling anything, I have books there and that's about it. I'm not selling all kinds of products. This is not a business. If I wanted a big business I would have one and I'd put on the show and I'd sell you all kinds of gimmickry. My job here isn't to terrify you, is to lay it on the line, folks. Because really, personal responsibility comes into all of this. It's always personal responsibility, because what you say to others and what you say to your family members, what you say your children really does matter. And they may not agree with you now, the children especially, because they're getting a totally different indoctrination at school, and they're getting all their values from the state as Huxley and others said would happen, that was always the agenda. As they go through life and experience the difficulties of life they'll start to identify with you, and say, oh they were right after all about this and right about that. That's how it is. Because whether or not they liked it at the time, you planted a seed there of a different opinion, a different way of looking and perceiving things, that's what's important. This is long-term strategy. Because where we are today, and all the things I've talked about tonight, were planned a long, long time ago, in detail, folks, step-by-step, stage-by-stage. And no one has the right to rob us of our minds.
From Hamish and myself in Ontario Canada, where it still freezing, 30 to 40° below at nights often, because of global warming of course, it's good night and may your God or your gods go with you.
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Rex Murphy: Plummeting gas prices are a welcome break for Canadians — until a carbon tax comes along
Ontario could see carbon tax: Wynne
Western Climate Initiative - Wikipedia
Western Climate Initiative, Inc.
‘Democratic outrage’: Cameron pledges new anti-strike laws
‘I am not bothered with civil liberties stuff for terror suspects’ – Boris Johnson
All Over America, Government Officials Are Cracking Down On Preppers
Busted! Your car's black box is spying, may be used against you in court
Erosion of free speech? Cameron pledges to ban Snapchat and WhatsApp
Surrounded by surveillance: Is everything spying on you?