Jan. 30, 2012 (#1011)
Alan Watt "Cutting Through The Matrix" LIVE on RBN:

Poem Copyright Alan Watt Jan. 30, 2012:

Your Taxes are Food for Global Good:

"To-day, You've Noticed We're Supra-National,
Promoted by Governments as Being Fashionable,
We Think Global, Act Local, Redistribute Wealth
For Schools Abroad, Hospitals for Health,
We're Such Hilarious Givers, We Bail Out Banks
Which Up Their Rates without a Thanks,
While Losing Our Jobs We're Still Altruistic
Except for Suicides which Call You a Statistic,
Hospitals at Home are All Cutting Back,
Nurses and Cleaners Facing the Sack,
But Remember, Grin, Bear it as You Should,
We'll Be Equally Poor for the Global Good"
© Alan Watt Jan. 30, 2012

Poem & Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - Jan. 30, 2012 (Exempting Music, Literary Quotes, and Callers' Comments)

 

Hi folks, I am Alan Watt and this is Cutting Through The Matrix on January 30, 2012. For newcomers, help yourself to the free audios at cuttingthroughthematrix.com. Thereís over a thousand to choose from, and maybe youíll begin to understand this big system that was built around you, built around your parents and your grandparents without them even knowing it was being done. These supranational bodies, as they like to call them, that were set out to do that very task over a hundred years ago and youíre living through the times when weíre now global and international, and theyíre hammering it home right now as we bail out countries across the planet, and weíre all interdependent as they say. And weíre all one of course. Youíre living through the fallout of it unfortunately. We are the generation that was chosen to go through it. So, youíll learn how it happened, why itís happening, and where itís going from here and the kind of world order they planned to bring in. Itís almost here, actually, most of this part of this phase is here. Theyíve got another phase after this one. Itís an ongoing new world order, you see.  And at least youíll know whatís really happening if you listen to these audios, the institutions, foundations and so on involved in the shaping of it and the control of it too. 

Remember too, you are the audience that bring me to you. You can buy the books and discs at cuttingthroughthematrix.com. From the U.S. and Canada you can use a personal check to order. Some people send cash. You can use an international postal money order from the post office. You can use Paypal as well. Across the world youíre left with Paypal, Moneygram, and Western Union. Straight donations are awfully, awfully welcome as well.

What I try to do here is document the system that weíre going through, where it started, the big organizations behind it that network together, their annual meetings through organizations such as the Council on Foreign Relations. They have these world meetings, and their front organization, a massive organization called the United Nations as well, that was set up to be the kind of embryo of a global government. Of course theyíre calling it governance today because itís a private-public partnership that they do. Itís basically fascism if you like, where the big boys, international bankers, who fund all the foundations and all the NGOs to demand the very things they want them to demand, and the government with a very receptive ear all work together to bring in this new system whether you like it or not. Itís the end of sovereignty, as Mr. Rompuy at the EU said last year, and others have said since.  Itís the end of national sovereignty, nation-states basically, just like Cameron talked about the end of the old marriage system as well in Britain. So theyíre really rampaging ahead, and for those whoíve understood history, they will know that theyíre following what was called the Communist Manifesto. Redistribution of wealth across the world, the world turned into trading blocs, giant trading blocs, where countries will disappear within them. Thatís what they set up superparliaments for, like the EU parliament. And of course they want to do the same with NAFTA eventually, once the U.S. is finished destroying the enemies of central banks across the world. Itís all coming down the pike.  Thatís the music coming in. Iíll be back after this break.

Hi folks Iím back Cutting Through The Matrix. Years ago people like Brzezinski talked about soft power being used across the world, and at home as well, to get policies through. Soft power is really comprised of the Non-Governmental Organizations that are funded, well funded in fact. They even have big staff, and some of them got even pretty well almost office towers, and pension plans and all the rest of it, these charitable institutions, these NGOs, and theyíre funded as I say by the big foundations behind them that really are the place where the banks, the international bankers themselves, dump their excess cash rather than put it into taxes. So they use these armies of NGOs at the United Nations and elsewhere to demand from government that certain policies be put through, and government is only too happy to hear it. Theyíre waiting for them because they all work for the same bosses, the banker, you see. Thatís the way the thing goes. They use them across the world as well to stir up trouble. They might spend three, four, five years putting them into universities as students across the world, and they agitate and agitate, get organizations set up, then they overthrow. The idea is to overthrow governments in other countries. Itís called soft power. The hard part, of course, is when you send the military in afterwards. This article here is from the Institute for Government, that works with government, another private organization, charitable of course. All these big ones, you know youíve got charitable organizations running spies, banks of spies across the world. Theyíre all fronts of course. It says...

The New Persuaders II: A 2011 Global Ranking of Soft Power

Over the course of its twenty-one year existence, Joseph Nyeís Ďsoft powerí has garnered a dedicated following among international relations thinkers. But in recent years, the rising explanatory value of soft power means it is echoed almost daily across global media outlets. Further lifted by the potential it holds as a public diplomacy tool,

(Alan: They call it a diplomacy tool.)

soft power has been elevated to pride of place in foreign policy debates. But as the bandwagon grows, policy makers are in danger of rushing to develop Ďsoft power strategiesí before understanding what soft power resources they actually command.

The aim of this publication Ė as with last yearís inaugural New Persuaders report Ė is to refocus attention on understanding the resources that contribute to a nationís soft power, and provide a comparative snap-shot of those resources through a composite index.

(A: So itís a grading system.)

In international politics, soft power is the ability of one state to achieve preferred outcomes by changing the preferences or behaviour of another state through the co-optive means of framing the agenda, persuasion and positive attraction.

Due to its inherently subjective nature, measuring soft power is fraught with difficulty.

(A: They then go on to describe how theyíve actually done it, and graded them, and so on. They grade into this index that they make up too:)

The index comprises five objective sub-indices, Government, Culture, Diplomacy, Education, and Business/Innovation and seven subjective indicators.

They show you how itís done. Youíre talking about really another army, as I say, soft power army that can be sent across the globe to change the policies of other countries by demanding from within, or they can do it from home as well when government wants to stir up riots, for instance.  You all get out in the streets and riot and demand this and demand that, etc. etc.. Very important thing to read and understand, and you can download this PDF, Iíll put up the link tonight at cuttingthroughthematrix.com at the end of the broadcast. And you can read it for yourselves, download that PDF.

Now, as we go global of course, and Iíve watched this my whole life too. What you always got, the old way to do things was for the public to build up gasworks, gas systems, electricity plants and stations, things like that. Then in would come labour after conservative, and then theyíd nationalize them, you see.  What they normally do is they run the things into the ground under the conservatives. Thatís how the game works. Itís just a game between the two, you understand.  Theyíre both in on it. Then you nationalize them. Then you get the publicís money to fix everything thatís bust, broken, needs replacing, and everything. And then comes conservatives and then they privatize it again, and they give it for peanuts to their bosses. Itís a con. Everything out there in politics is a con for us to believe in. Itís like money. Itís important that we believe in it, you see, same kind of thing.  What theyíre doing now, of course, is doing the same thing internationally. Theyíre selling off your stuff internationally. Now that weíre global, any country can come into your country and buy anything at all, even chunks of your land, whatever. Itís all been done through treaties, you see. I mentioned this last week too, New Zealand, but this has a bit more information in it now. It says...

$5.4 billion of prime assets on block in NZ sale of the century

THE New Zealand government is expecting strong interest from Australian investors as it prepares to roll out $NZ 7 billion ($5.4 billion) worth of part-privatisations over the next three years.

But while it says it will welcome interest from Australia, New Zealanders will be "at the front of the queue" in the country's biggest sale of government-owned assets in more than a decade, says Bill English, New Zealand's Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister.

(A: It says here, part-privatisations. What theyíre doing with the new con, of course, is simply to have the public pay for the upkeep of everything, and the guys who own it take away nothing but profit. They do this with roads and everything now in Canada and elsewhere, and in the States. )

"We expect there will be quite a bit of interest from Australian institutions, because these are utilities, energy companies, and they are in pretty good shape," Mr English said.

(A: Then they go on about the other big things, the big projects theyíre selling off too...)

...Mighty River Power, an Auckland energy retailer and generator with net assets of $NZ 2.9 billion, which boosted its net profit by 50 per cent to $NZ 127 million in 2010-11.

Credit Suisse Australia in partnership with First New Zealand Capital, Macquarie Capital New Zealand and Goldman Sachs (A: of course) New Zealand were named on Friday as joint lead managers for Mighty River's partial float....

Youíre as well as handing it all over to these boys because technically they own it all already, really. They own the whole world really, donít they?  And Goldman Sachs is all over the planet with big chunks of pretty well everything. 

So weíre selling off our assets, as you see, but we still have the duty to upkeep these assets for the guys who own them. Thatís the kind of deal that theyíve made with every country in fact. Isnít that wonderful? You pay for the upkeep of it all. You pay for the use of it, and the big boys just take the profits to the bank. Itís not a bad deal at all.

Now in Ireland, of course, theyíre wanting a referendum on the fiscal treaty...

72% of Irish Want Referendum on Fiscal Treaty; Irish Prime Minister is a Disgrace

(A: Heís worse than that actually.)

The Irish government faces intense pressure to hold a referendum on the eurozone fiscal treaty after a poll that showed almost three quarters of the public want a vote on the agreement.

In an opinion poll published on Sunday, 72 per cent of people surveyed said the treaty, which would tighten budget rules for the 17 countries sharing the euro, should go to a vote.

(A: Actually they should get a vote to get out of the euro. Thatís what you have to do.)

Some 40 per cent of the 1,000 people questioned in the Sunday Business Post/Red C poll said they would support the treaty, 36 per cent were opposed and 24 per cent were undecided.

Then it goes into the different organizations that have been talking about it too. Unless you get out of the Euro agreement nothing is going to change. The Euro agreement is just the new Soviet. Get out of it. You got to get out of it, and then just rip up all the debt, just like Iceland did, and say tough cheese, you know.  Simple as that.

Tonight too Iím putting up a link for a university doing experiments, to show you what theyíve already actually used in the farmersí fields, to do with your food once again. Theyíve altered various strains of bacteria, and other things too, the RNA of it, the DNA of bacterium, and theyíre now putting it in the soil. I donít know if theyíre spraying it in the soil or what theyíre doing, but now itís all through your food. And then following up afterwards to see what effects it has on anything.  Itís a university study, well worth reading. Itís called...

MODEL FOR DISPERSAL AND EPIPHYTIC SURVIVAL OF BACTERIA APPLIED TO CROP FOLIAGE

Have a little perusal at that one. Itís so incredible. I can remember two or three years ago in BC, the government inspectors found traces of the Avian Flu in chickens, and they killed thousands of them. You understand, all the top scientists have come out and said these animals, these creatures, birds, ducks and so on and chickens, have had this virus normally for ten thousand or more years. Theyíre a natural carrier. Weíre all carriers actually of different viruses. Most of them are called carrier viruses and are harmless, but because they say the avian flu, the harmful one, can mutate on its own, then anything at all thatís remotely related to it should be killed. Whenever they find it they kill the ducks and all the rest of it, even though the next bunch of ducks will get it too.  Anyway, you canít really explain this or have debates with mad people who are out to kill off the worldís food supply.

Bird flu: 10,000 ducks to be put down

At least 10,000 ducks will have to be destroyed to contain an outbreak of bird flu discovered on two Victorian farms.

Dr Hugh Millar, the stateís chief veterinary officer, says there is no risk to the public.

(A: Well there isnít.)

But he says authorities had to act quickly to quarantine the two properties run by the same company north-west of Melbourne to remove any chance the virus could spread.

(A:  well, see itís not a matter of spreading. Theyíll always mutate. All viruses mutate. Therefore, youíre as well as killing off all the birds on the planet if thatís what you really believe here. I donít think that it does it by itself anyway, not in this instance.)

The virus found in birds on the two properties is a low pathogenic avian influenza, and not the deadlier form of the virus that spread through Asia, threatening humans.

So, there you go, thereís another ten thousand ducks down the chute. Back with more after this break.

Hi folks, Iím Alan Watt, weíre back Cutting Through The Matrix. Of course Africa has always been used and abused for its incredible mineral resources: gold, diamonds, and God knows what else, theyíve got so much, even masses of uranium in the Congo, and many other things too, chromium, etc. China is getting in there big time, and is making a lot of folk a bit weary about it. Of course, when money talks, morality walks, and the leaders of Africa are a bit more corrupt than some of them here, only because they can get away with being more corrupt; thereís more people watching them in the western countries, but I think corruptionís pretty well the same worldwide today.  Anyway it says...

African Union opens Chinese-funded HQ in Ethiopia

The African Union has inaugurated its newly built headquarters in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa.

The entire $200m (£127m) project was funded by China as a gift to the AU, as Beijing continues to strengthen its influence in Africa.

Itís a 100 meter high building, big towers, etc. China is moving in big time. Theyíre even building roads. Theyíre building railways for them as well, and of course Africans generally will take anything theyíre given, but thereíll be some strings attached, I guarantee you, and goodness knows how Chinaís going to get things back if thereís any trouble, but you can imagine the military would have to go in, and they already have the military in some African states already. So, itís quite interesting. Africa will always be Africa, used by somebody else and all of its resources taken out of it. The politicians at the top are just entirely corrupt, you know. So thatís just the way it goes.

Of course all the media is hyping up the new report from all the different scientists to do with global warming, which has turned into global cooling. Thatís what Iíve said about science, you know, itís one theory and then before you know it, itís turned 180 degrees.  And they donít notice. They donít notice, they themselves that have changed it, like itís always been that way. Anyway...

 Forget global warming - it's Cycle 25 we need to worry about (and if NASA scientists are right the Thames will be freezing over again)

(A: Why canít they just say things will go by and be pretty well normal and average as it has been for a while?† Oh no, theyíve got to have a crisis.)

Met Office releases new figures which show no warming in 15 years.

(A: This is the office, of course, thatís in bed with the East Anglia University, and has all these thousands of guys making new careers on predictions of man-made global warming.)

The supposed Ďconsensusí on man-made global warming is facing an inconvenient challenge after the release of new temperature data showing the planet has not warmed for the past 15 years.

The figures suggest that we could even be heading for a mini ice age to rival the 70-year temperature drop that saw frost fairs held on the Thames in the 17th Century.

Based on readings from more than 30,000 measuring stations, the data was issued last week without fanfare by the Met Office and the University of East Anglia Climatic Research Unit.

(A: I tell you, climaticís the word because these guys swing from one end of the pendulum to the other at East Anglia, eh.)

It confirms that the rising trend in world temperatures ended in 1997.

Meanwhile, leading climate scientists yesterday told The Mail on Sunday that, after emitting unusually high levels of energy throughout the 20th Century, the sun is now heading towards a Ďgrand minimumí in its output, threatening cold summers, bitter winters and a shortening of the season available for growing food.

(A:  So they go from one crisis caused by one thing to its opposite, you see. Hopefully those guys who are making their money off making these predictions and working with special computers, can keep this one going for another ten years or longer. Some of them can maybe even get lifelong careers at it if they swing back and forth all the time. )

Solar output goes through 11-year cycles,

(A: Which is nothing new. Weíve been hammering on about the 11-year cycles for ages. You can see it in tree rings as well.)

...with high numbers of sunspots seen at their peak. We are now at what should be the peak of what scientists call ĎCycle 24í Ė which is why last weekís solar storm resulted in sightings of the aurora borealis further south than usual. But sunspot numbers are running at less than half those seen during cycle peaks in the 20th Century.

Analysis by experts (A: those experts again) at NASA and the University of Arizona Ė derived from magnetic-field measurements 120,000 miles beneath the sunís surface Ė suggest that Cycle 25, whose peak is due in 2022, will be a great deal weaker still.

(A: So now itís going from hot to cold.)

According to a paper issued last week by the Met Office, there is a  92 per cent chance that both Cycle 25 and those taking place in the following decades will be as weak as, or weaker than, the ĎDalton minimumí of 1790 to 1830. In this period, named after the meteorologist John Dalton, average temperatures in parts of Europe fell by 2C.

However, it is also possible that the new solar energy slump could be as deep as the ĎMaunder minimumí (after astronomer Edward Maunder), between 1645 and 1715 in the coldest part of the ĎLittle Ice Ageí when, as well as the Thames frost fairs, the canals of Holland froze solid.

(A: And out of that they gave us Curling; itís the most boring game in the world, Iím telling you. Then they put it across to Britain. Canada shows that half the winter, this exciting game of Curling, you know, people throwing these big marble balls across the ice. Itís as interesting as watching a spider spin its web. Anyway, it says...)

Yet, in its paper, the Met Office claimed that the consequences now would be negligible Ė because the impact of the sun on climate is far less than man-made carbon dioxide

(A:  Ha! So the sunís not got much to do with it. Oh jeeze, eh. When you create a religion, Iíll tell you, they really go all the way with it.)

Although the sunís output is likely to decrease until 2100, ĎThis would only cause a reduction in global temperatures of 0.08C.í Peter Stott, one of the authors, said: ĎOur findings suggest  a reduction of solar activity to levels not seen in hundreds of years would be insufficient to offset the dominant influence of greenhouse gases.í

So the problem is still greenhouse gases folks. Back with more after this break.

Hi folks, Iím Alan Watt, weíre back Cutting Through The Matrix. Iíve read articles before about the United Nations and the European Union trying to get folk to eat insects. I think thereís even one in Hollywood. I hate to call them stars because theyíre not stars, theyíre just people who did a lot of things to get up where they are, you know, some rather things which most folk wouldnít do, Iíd hope. And she was promoting them, of course, to her children, and oh they all eat them and so on.† Anyway, it says...

The EU will spend three million Euros to research 'the potential of insects as an alternative source of protein.'

Food experts agree that insects would probably have to be disguised for European audiences, so the insect 'food' could be used as an additive in burgers and other fast food.

The UN's Food Standards Authority says of the research: 'While insects have not traditionally been used for food in the UK or elsewhere in the European Union, it is estimated that about 2.5 billion people across the world have diets that routinely include insects.

(A: Well, itís generally countries that are awfully, awfully dirt poor. Of course, it gives you an idea where theyíre going to take you, doesnít it? Donít you get that? I hope you did get that. And also too, they want to eradicate all cattle farming as well from the western world all together, and make you utterly dependent on eating these bugs that are probably sprayed with all the pesticides too and all that stuff. Anyway, they want to put it in your fast foods and all the rest of it, and bring you down to a third world status.)

'While many insects are regarded as pests, the UN's Food and Agriculture authority is interested in promoting edible insects as a highly sustainable source of nutrition.'

(A: Well I hope they put it into their own cafeteria first, and be a good leader, you know, show how they do it, and lead by example. Isnít that only right?)

Some worms contain three times as much protein as beef per ounce, while four crickets have as much calcium as a glass of milk.

Oh, what fascinating statistics.† Iím overwhelmed with all that stuff.† Anyway, on to the census, of course. Lots of folk didnít fill in their census because itís been privatized. The collection has been privatized by the military establishment, across a good part of the world actually.

Hundreds face census prosecution

Hundreds of people are being prosecuted for refusing to complete the 2011 census because of its links to an arms manufacturer, campaign group Count Me Out has said.

Up to 400 are being chased up for not taking part in the nationwide survey, which the group said was believed to be due to Lockheed Martin being used as a technical consultant by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).

It said 120 people have already been found guilty, a huge increase on the last census in 2001, when only 38 people were prosecuted.

Count Me Out spokeswoman Kat Hobbs said: "Ten times more prosecutions than the last census shows that people are really angry about the involvement of an arms company. The Office of National Statistics can no longer deny that giving the census contract to Lockheed Martin was a mistake when so many people are being prosecuted as a result of it."

She said one of those to be taken to court is conscientious objector John Voysey, 82.

He said: "The same reason why I registered as a conscientious objector in 1947 means that I cannot do the census if an arms company is involved. My objection to the arms trade is a deeply held religious belief and leaves me with no choice but to break the law. It is an outrage that Lockheed Martin was given the census contract and so many people were forced to choose between their conscience and breaking the law."

An ONS spokesman said: "There are always a number of people who, for whatever reason, fail to fill in their census. If there is evidence that they are wilfully refusing then a prosecution may take place. It is technically a crime."

He said Lockheed Martin had also been involved in the 2001 census, but a spokesman for Count Me Out said that there was less publicity about it then.

So Iíll put this one up tonight too, and you can have a wee dekko about that.

Now, theyíre so desperate at the United Nations to get us all sterile; we just canít go sterile fast enough for them all. It says here...

A new contraceptive for men on the horizon? Just a couple of zaps of ultrasound kills sperm, say scientists

High frequency sound waves found to cut sperm rates in rats.

(A: Men are akin to rats now, eh?)

Further studies are required to determine how long the contraceptive effect lasts and if it is safe to use multiple times

(A: Well it wonít be. Anything thatís whacking you like that is going to cause cellular changes and DNA changes as well eventually, and itís not safe at all.)

It sounds like one of the more extreme examples of birth control - but blasting a man's most vulnerable area with ultrasound could be the ideal form of male contraception, say scientists.

(A: Generally they donít even mention their names now, just experts and scientists.)

Experiments showed that high frequency sound waves effectively cut sperm counts in rats.

The equivalent outcome would result in reversible infertility in men.

(A: You canít say itís reversible unless youíve tried it yet.  See?)

Study leader Dr James Tsuruta, from the University of North Carolina, said: 'Unlike humans, rats remain fertile even with extremely low sperm counts.

(A: So we donít remain fertile.)

'However, our non-invasive ultrasound treatment reduced sperm reserves in rats far below levels normally seen in fertile men.

'Further studies are required to determine how long the contraceptive effect lasts and if it is safe to use multiple times.'

The perfect male contraceptive would be cheap, reliable, reversible, long-acting and have few side effects.

The ultrasonic 'sperm zapping' treatment potentially appears to tick those boxes, although it remains to be proven with more research.

(A: So theyíre using basically, I think itís a 3 megahertz high-frequency ultrasound beam. Thatís what they were using on the rats.  You get blasted in your family jewels for about 15 minutes, as long as the testes are warmed to 37 degrees centigrade beforehand. )

A first attempt to use ultrasound as a male contraceptive was reported 40 years ago.

(A: Why are they doing it all again?)

Several prostate cancer patients who were due to have their testicles removed underwent the treatment, which resulted in a 'dramatic loss of germ cells'.

(A: But so would the radiation that they got as well, Iím sure.)

'These men reported that the procedure was pain-free, only creating a gentle feeling of warmth,' (A: Warm and fuzzy, see?) said the authors of the new study writing in the journal Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology.

However, what it does do, is it kill off the cells that create the sperm.  Thatís another part of it too. Plus if you go into studies that have been done on prisoners over the last fifty, sixty years, theyíve done all this. They even tried radiation on prisoners. Thereís a great book, itís called Acres of Skin. You should read that, and see what these poor guys were put through. They tried everything on them. So, these articles are really to reinforce predictive programming, of little articles you read along your life to make you say, oh well itís coming, I guess itís okay. Then it comes and you think itís fine. Thatís what it is.

Now thereís a big lawsuit going on with Lord Rothschild, apparently, heís suing people who are claiming they went over to Siberia on some big business deal, and he took Lord Mandelson who was the head of the British purchasing for the whole of the country, actually for the whole of the EU at the time.  It says...

Nathaniel Rothschild says sauna with Lord Mandelson was purely pleasure, not business

Lord Mandelson visited a sauna in Siberia with a Russian oligarch and Nathaniel Rothschild, one of Britainís richest men, where they were thrashed with birch leaves

(A: This is the story theyíre giving to the press. They went over to get thrashed with birch leaves...)

and plunged into an ice bath together, the High Court heard yesterday.

(A: Nothing to do with business and the fact that Lord Mandelson couldnít be involved in business since he was the head of all acquisitions and so on and spending for the EU. So thatís their story there.  It says...)

Details of the visit were disclosed as Nathaniel Rothschild continued his libel action against the Daily Mail over an article claiming that he arranged Lord Mandelsonís visit to help smooth a £500 million business deal.

(A:  And that would seem more like it, of course.)

Mr Rothschild claims the former Labour ministerís presence was ďpurely recreationalĒ.

(A:  Purely recreational, I guess they often do this stuff, beat each other up and jump into ice.)

Lord Mandelson travelled to the region on Jan 30, 2005 as a guest of Mr Rothschild, scion of the banking dynasty, and Oleg Deripaska, the billionaire owner of Russiaís biggest aluminium plant. Also present was Peter Munk, a Canadian gold magnate,

(A:  Because thereís gold mines there too they were looking over.)

and Sebastian Taylor, a friend of Mr Rothschild.

During the trip, the men were thrashed with bundles of birch twigs by a 25-year-old male banya keeper

(A:  Must have really turned some of them on, eh?)

before jumping into ice water to improve circulation and cleanse the skin.

(A:  I think it would have killed most of them.)

Often wearing nothing but a conical felt hat to protect the head from the intense 200F heat, Siberians have bathed in banyas for more than 900 years.

Mr Rothschild said: ďThe whole point of the Siberia trip was that we went there, spent a nanosecond at the [aluminium] smelter, we then went to the most delightful banya.

(A: Isnít that wonderful.)

ďWe were beaten by a 25-year-old banya keeper man, who has spent his life perfecting the art of banya.

(A: How do you perfect ways of slapping folk?† I donít know.)

ďThen we jumped into ice-cold water. It is the best way in the world to beat jet lag....Ē

(A: and so on and so on. Anyway, it goes on to say...)

Mr Justice Tugendhat (A: Where do these judges get their names, Tugendhat, eh?) who is hearing the case without a jury, was told that Lord Mandelson flew to Russia on Mr Rothschildís private jet after meeting him at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. According to the Daily Mail article, Mr Rothschild acted like a ďpuppet-masterĒ, inviting Lord Mandelson along to a dinner in Moscow to ďimpressĒ Mr Deripaska, who was in the process of signing a £500 million deal with Americaís biggest aluminium company, Alcoa.

It was alleged that Lord Mandelsonís presence was required to assure both parties that EU aluminium import tariffs would not rise in the near future. Mr Rothschild insisted that he only invited Lord Mandelson along because he was a long-standing friend who had expressed an interest in visiting Siberia. The court was told that Lord Mandelson did not attend the dinner at the Cantinetta Antinori restaurant but instead held an informal meeting with a Russian minister in one of the restaurantís private rooms.

So, it was all a big business deal according to this article, and according to Mr. Mandelson he and Nat just went off to get splatted with some kind of bamboo whips or whatever and jump into some cold water to cool off.  Quite something though, isnít it?† It really is quite something.

And when you read the articles too on Mr. Mandelson, hereís one here...

Peter Mandelson - Would you trust this man?

Would you give him a seat in the House of Lords, one of the highest honours in the land? Gordon would. (A: That was Gordon Brown at the time.)

Peter Benjamin Mandelson, Baron Mandelson of Foy in the county of Herefordshire and Hartlepool in the county of Durham, Privy Councillor (born 21 October 1953) is a British Labour Party politician who is the current UK First Secretary of State, Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills and Lord President of the Council.

(A: Actually this was before he was elevated to oversee all the buying and so on for the EU.)

Mandelson served as Member of Parliament for Hartlepool for twelve years, a seat he vacated in order to become a European Commissioner. When he returned to the Cabinet in 2008, he was created a life peer.

(A: Thatís because you kind of canít hold it in after jumping in cold water.)

In 1971 left the Labour Party Young Socialists (LPYS) to join the Young Communist League (A: Imagine that, eh.), then the youth wing of the Communist Party of Great Britain.

He was a delegate in 1978 to the Soviet-organised World Festival of Youth and Students† (A: And that was one of the big soviet organizations.) in Havana, Cuba, with Arthur Scargill and several future Labour cabinet colleagues.

He worked as a television producer at London Weekend Television on Weekend World, forming an enduring friendship with John Birt, then LWT's Director of Programmes, before being appointed as the Labour Party's Director of Communications in 1985. Mandelson was able to secure close friendships within the Labour Party due to uncle Alexander Butler who had worked alongside many important Labour politicians during the 1960s.

He ceased being a Labour Party official in 1990, when he was selected as Labour candidate for the safe seat of Hartlepool. He was elected to the House of Commons at the 1992 general election.

Then it goes on and on and on about how he got in trouble with doing things he shouldnít be doing. Heís always doing that, he still is, of course, according to that last report, and heís anything but scrupulous, put it that way.† So there you go, you become a Baron, just like his daddy; his daddy had the same position as he had, because he was a big merchant too, and a big hander of cash to government in certain sectors. Thatís how you get up there in the world

Now Dr. Andrew Wakefield, who came out with the vaccinations and what they were doing to the people, then he was hammered by the establishment, is fighting back. Iíll put an article up about that tonight, how heís taking it to court and to prove his findings etc., etc., to show the negative effects of vaccinations.

Iíve mentioned it before; the signs are all around you of a decadent society. You understand, to conquer the world youíve got to make everyone decadent. Thatís just a long-standing truth. The soviets used it. Bezmenov talked about it too. Eventually, of course, anything goes, nothing bothers anyone because everything is morally relative. Even when people come and grab your neighbors and haul them out in the middle of the night, like the Stasi used to do, well, you know, itís just the way it goes.

Private abortion clinics to be allowed to advertise on TV

(A: I think a year ago or two years ago I mentioned the fact that the NHS could actually do it; now private ones can do it.)

Advertising watchdogs ruled yesterday that private clinics that carry out abortions for profit will be allowed to promote their services on TV and radio.

Until now, restrictions have meant that only not-for-profit organisations have been allowed to advertise family planning services, including abortion.

This is why just one advert, by charity Marie Stopes International, has ever been aired on TV. The Daily Mail reports that when it was shown in 2010 it attracted more than 4,500 complaints.

I mean itís a bit of a nuisance eating your dinner and youíre watching that, getting slopped into a pail, isnít it?† They call it family planning. What a joke.

Now in Britain, this is coming to the US; this is Obamacare because I mentioned before that the Rand Corporation, and I put it up a year ago, did the study for the US government and Obama on what kind of healthcare to give the public, and they used Britain as the model to copy.† And Britain is an awful incredible mess with healthcare, as they slash everything and slash everything and slash everything to the bone.

NHS panel defines rules for rationing decisions

(A: Now theyíre telling you how they can categorize every patient and tick them off into categories, whether you go forward for an operation or youíre not worth getting an operation, put it that way.)

Cataract surgery, knee replacement and other 'low clinical value' treatments

(A: Here you are, blind, you canít see, but itís called a low clinical value treatment now.)

must only be restricted on the basis of strict evidence-based criteria, an NHS panel has warned.

Treatments such as knee replacement surgery should only be restricted on evidence-based criteria.

Inconsistency in access to 'low clinical value' treatments leads to postcode lotteries, the Quality, Innovation, Productivity and Prevention Right Care Team said.

The Right Care Team was commissioned by NHS medical director Professor Sir Bruce Keogh to determine how the clinical value of such treatments should be decided.

So things that once were awfully important now really have no value at all. Well you donít need that, just stumble around. Hereís a stick. Weíll give you a helmet as well, in case you bang your head into the doorposts. Back with more after this break.

Hi folks, Iím back Cutting Through The Matrix, and weíll go to the callers. Thereís Judy from Florida on the line. Are you there Judy?

Judy: Hi Alan. Iíve spoken with you a couple times before. Iím calling tonight because thereís a few things that have been weighing heavy on my mind. Iíve been active for a while regarding political action. Not that you remember, I donít expect you to, but for a long time Iíve been studying a lot of subjects in the political spectrum, and social aspects and so on. I know that, Iím really nervous because of the fact that I act as if I still have the freedom of speech, but I had an epiphany this afternoon. I know subconsciously itís roamed through my mind. Itís like I no longer plan really for the future, and thatís dangerous for me because in a way I feel cheated. I donít really feel safe anymore.† Iím not here to have you comfort me or anything. I donít know if there is something that I should look at in order to keep going with what I feel is right, what I feel is necessary in my activism. Thatís one thing I wanted to discuss with you.

A: Youíre quite right though because you understand if youíve gone that far that the old pulling out the flag and standing up for it and so on and getting it back, itís way beyond that stage, you understand that.† I think you understand that. Even when people are protesting about things, weíre already global. There are more things to come, much more to come, very quickly. You have to then look into yourself to see what you want to do. Thatís where you are. And why you should do something, and is it worth it in some cases, or maybe youíre going into the wrong sectors and trying to help the wrong people or whatever.

I think the up-and-coming thing for the future will be how do you help ordinary people get through this, because we are going through it. Weíve come through a lot of it already. Theyíre only now announcing it too. All global infrastructures are coming out in the open today, all signed, sealed and delivered by presidents and prime ministers across the planet. Theyíve bypassed all charters of rights or whatever. Thereís going to be an awful lot of fallout when it comes down the pike because theyíre determined to really take the last bit of strength and money and resources out of the countries that are finishing off the plan for the globalist agenda, which is mainly America and the western world.

So you have to plan for the future for yourself. A lot of people have already come to this stage of realization. Some have left the country and gone to countries in fact which maybe will be the last to be affected.  Every country will eventually be affected. Itís a global order. Theyíre going to miss nothing, but some countries will last quite a few years yet before theyíre touched. You have to think of all these consequences for yourself.

J: The only reason why Iím still in the country is because I have a daughter that really said she didnít want to come and visit outside of the country. And thatís just the way it is. I based my decisions around that, whether that was right or wrong.

A: Iíll tell you what to do though Judy, email me and Iíll give you a longer answer if you like. And Werner from New Brunswick, maybe we can get you tomorrow. From Hamish and myself from Ontario, Canada, itís goodnight and may your God or your Gods go with you.

 

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