Aug. 31, 2012 (#1163)
Alan Watt "Cutting Through The Matrix" LIVE on RBN:
Poem Copyright Alan Watt Aug. 31, 2012:
Masters Minding the Way:
"Advertising and Media Shape the Culture,
Training and Changing to Suit the Vulture
Which Sits Atop the Perch of Humanity,
Promoting Essentials and Items of Vanity,
Drive Now is Austerity, More Money for Less,
More Profit for Owners of Production I Guess,
And Punitive Measures for Non-Compliance
Of CO2 Taxes Sure to Cause Much Defiance,
Owned by World Masters, Confused Herd Stray
Into an Upgraded System, They Still Pay,
There's Always the Hope It won't Get Too Bad,
They Adapt without Knowing, It's All Too Sad"
© Alan Watt Aug. 31, 2012
Poem & Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - Aug. 31, 2012 (Exempting Music, Literary Quotes, and Callers' Comments)
Hi folks. I am Alan Watt and this is Cutting Through The Matrix on August 31, 2012. For newcomers, I always suggest you make good use of the website cuttingthroughthematrix.com. There’s an awful lot of audios there for free download and you’ll start to understand the big system you’re born into, because you really are born into a maze, or a matrix, where, when you start to understand things are wrong you go off on your search and your journey and then there’s all these distractions, intentionally put there too. Because those who rule, of course, understand psychology perfectly well and they know the routine that most folk will go through trying to find what's really going on. And even coming to the stages where they come into shock, where they find out that everything they believed in was actually propaganda and indoctrinated lying, which they were taught in school, or from even their parents who didn’t know either. So we’re all running and existing for big business, big corporations, international corporations, and THEY have given us the culture, they have given us the system and they plan the future as well. So help yourself to the audios, find the big organizations behind it, how far back it goes, and it goes back an awful long ways with the organizations and foundations, that decided to be the PARALLEL GOVERNMENT, the real government in fact, the one that you don’t elect in, that makes all the moves and runs thousands of non-governmental organizations.
Remember too, you are the audience that bring me to you. You can keep me going by buying the books and discs at cuttingthroughthematrix.com. [Order and donation options listed above.] Straight donations are awfully, awfully welcome in these becoming-even-more austere times, as we go into quantitative easing, which is just hyperinflation in a slow level basically.
As I say, what I do is tie the past to the present to show you that you shouldn’t just get caught up in today’s news because today’s news is put out by the bucket load for you to prattle about. I’ve gone through the writings of Jacques Ellul, for instance, who talks about the information system and how you are overdosed with useless data, that you won’t retain anyway, very little of it you’ll retain. And a lot of it’s there to distract you and simply run you in circles again, until you switch back off and go back into the crowd. The crowd are the general population who are quite content to go along being ruled by people they don’t even know and will never meet and they’re quite happy with that. They’re socialized and domesticated. That’s really what Ellul talked about, the overload of data and how you cannot get truth by just stuffing your head full of the data that’s put out there for you to do. You must have an idea of what you’re looking for and you must have an idea of where to look for it as well. And stick to your sites basically, don’t go off track, and continue. That’s how you get to the truth. Because we live in a circus, a media circus, owned by, again, the big boys who own the foundations and who run the parallel government: The Council on Foreign Relations /Royal Institute of International Affairs. They have branches all across the planet in every single country, even in China.
The trick, as I say, is to keep you immersed in today’s happenings, and giving you emotional things to really bitch about. What happens too, the more you bitch, the more angry you get, and at the same time there’s no relief valve for the anger because technically you’d have to realize that you don’t have a say in anything. Everything happens way above you, at a higher level, and there’s no group out there already established to speak for you. Therefore you become frustrated. Many folk give up, get depressed, and even turn on others who are still seeking; that can happen too. And you can’t blame them, you know. I’ll be back with more after this break.
Hi folks, I’m back Cutting Through The Matrix, talking about the big system we’re born into. It truly is a big system, nothing’s been overlooked regarding the management of vast herds of the population. It’s a very old art of course, managing the minds of the general public. We have lots of entertainment, it’s called popular culture, and they have the higher culture for themselves of course but they give us popular culture. Aldous Huxley talked about that too, in quite good detail, and in quite accurate detail as well.
You’ve got understand that whatever culture is given to the public, there’s not just an advertising or a sales pitch behind it all to profit the big corporations, it’s also to manage the populations on behalf of the corporations. They train us to be what they want. In the past I’ve gone through about Bernays and Bernays himself is chalked up to be the guy who really started it off in a real coherent fashion as far as propaganda and how to manipulate the masses, even to make them purchase and buy. He was given the credit for creating the ‘consumer society’ for America for a long time. But really, he learned from even older people than him, because it’s a very old art and there are certain people down through the ages, especially merchants of course, they’ve always been in the business of getting goods and saying how they can unload them on people and make them appealing, even causing fashions or designs or something to get the public going. Today you just get a celebrity to do something that’s way out there and everyone follows suit. It’s very easy to do with mass communication, television and so on.
Getting back to last night’s talk about Jacques Attali, remember Jacques Attali is a high chutzpah up there of course. He was bred for his purpose I think. And I really mean that; a lot of them are bred for their purpose and they’re placed into very high positions at an early age. He goes through the system and the future in his various books. You must remember too, when you read them he’s also a geopolitician, so anything that’s published for the general public will have a lot of scary stuff in it too as they go through their scenarios to the future and their wonderful utopia at the end of it all. So keep that in mind and keep in mind too, that being a geopolitician he has particular favorites and favorite countries as well to look after, and ones to demonize too.
But he goes through the future, which is already here. Remember too that Attali is well aware of the Royal Institute of International Affairs that came out with the whole global world agenda, where corporations and the intelligentsia would rule the world, totally, into a planned society even. He’s well aware of all this stuff because he’s part of it, but he doesn’t mention this in his book of course. But this book here is A Brief History of the Future and he says…
The Deconstruction of Nation-States [page 180]
These technologies (Alan: We’re driven by technologies now, you see.) will make themselves felt at a time when the cost of public services become heavier and heavier. Country by country, sector by sector, they will progressively reduce the role of the state and the public institutions for provisions of the future. Thus, after rising, the share of collective expenses in the national revenue of each country will fall disastrously.
Growth of markets in the polycentric world will then work in the same direction as these technologies and will themselves contribution to the massive weakening of states. (A: ...states are nations, remember.) First of all, the great corporations, with a base of thousands of specialist companies bring influence to bear on the media (using advertising to blackmail them) in order to orient citizens’ choices. (A: Well that’s already been happening your whole lives, whether you know it or not. All media runs on advertising. Lots of it is free advertising, I mean free sheets that is, to a lot of the people and it’s put out in your mailboxes and things like that. Three-quarters advertising goes to make a big profit for the people who put the stuff out. The rest of the trivia or stories that are put in it, is just there as a filler basically. But it works awfully well. And the same with the ones you buy too, you’re buying advertising.)
In an early phase, when wealthy minorities realize that they have more to gain by putting property on the market than by putting it to the vote, they’ll do everything to have that property privatized. Thus, for example, when a rich minority thinks that the retirement system by allocation is no longer in line with its interests, it will shift it (by initiating short-lived alliances) into a system of retirement by capitalization – so that its pensions will no longer depend on a majority decision that might prove unfavorable to it. The same will be true for health, police, education and the environment. (A: In other words, big corporations are going to run everything, you see, including the insurance companies, big time. They will have you monitored 24 hours a day like I mentioned last night from the same book. They will get in touch with you if they think you’re not exercising enough or you’re eating too much of the wrong stuff or too much period. They will penalize you and up your premiums; that’s the way of the future. That’s how you train the public; it’s like Pavlov, you see. It’s quite simple)
Then the market, by nature planetary, will violate/breach the laws of democracy, by nature local. The wealthiest members of the innovative class (a few hundred million amongst the 2 billion holders of shares, of mobile assets, of mobile knowledge) will consider their sojourning in any country (including that of their birthplace – even if that were one of the masters of the polycentric order) as an individual contracts excluding all loyalty and all solidarity with their compatriots. (A: In other words, the people who rule you are already international; they don’t care where they live. And they have no affinity to any particular country – well I shouldn’t say any particular—there’s always one.) They will exile themselves if they feel that they have not gotten their money’s worth.
(A: They’ll move out. And we’ve already seen that with big corporations. You forget too that big corporations bargain with countries to do with their taxes, and should they even pay any taxes at all. And they certainly bang it right down to almost nothing if they get their way. That happens all the time. Goldman Sachs did that last year, or earlier this year in fact, with Britain. They actually had hearings about it; they don’t put them in court, they’re too important to go to court so they have hearings about it. But they dictate to the government how much they’re willing to pay. The same with big corporations when they want to put a factory in somewhere, you’ll find your towns and even your state will end up paying for the roads to get built to it, you’ll build most of the buildings for them, their water, their sewage, the lighting, everything is put in by you the taxpayers. And if it’s not profitable enough after a few months or years they just uproot and move elsewhere. That happens all the time. We’ve been in this business for a long, long time. There’s no such thing, you see, as truly private enterprise and democracy as we say. Everything goes along with big business.)
Similarly, when businesses (including those of nations now mistresses of the polycentric order) decide that the tax code and the law applicable to them are not the best they might wish for, they’ll relocate their decision-making centers outside their country of origin. (A: That’s happening in Australia now big time as big companies are actually advised to move out into other Asian countries now.)
States will then compete with one another by announcing massive cuts in taxes on capital (A: That’s already happening especially in the US. Certain states advertise to big business the tax-free basis and so on for so many years if they come and put up their businesses there.) and on the innovative class – which will gradually deprive them of the bulk of their resources. Utterly drained, and pushed as well by the appearance of self-surveillance devices, states will abandon to the market the task of proposing the bulk of services related to education, health, security, and even sovereignty. (A: In other words, everything’s going to get up there into the market for privatization. Everything, including your sovereignty. You understand that? I hope you do. Remember too that this is all in line with the books written a hundred-odd years ago by the Milner group, that created the Royal Institute of International Affairs in London, in the City of London. And Attali is well aware of that but he’ll never mention it. It’s just a continuation of the script, the same script.) They will do it first by relocating public services to countries with a low cost labor force.... (A: Well we’re doing that already. In fact, Canada’s taxes every year, when you fill in your forms, they source it out to India and they do it in India, for those who didn’t know that. The same in the States as well. And even when it comes down to the census, they send them off to India to do it all, even for the US and Canada.)
Then taxes will go down and the minimum wage statutes, as well as the statutes for the protection of the weakest, will be swept away. Financial insecurity will become the rule for everyone. (A: That’s what they’ve got planned for you, and of course we know it now as austerity, you see. And austerity hasn’t hit the US because they’re keeping everything artificially low, even though it’s rising but it’s still artificially low compared to the rest of the world. Because the US has to supply the troops and the equipment and the taxes for war, you see; they’ve still got other wars to fight after this one.)
In the absence of a state, businesses will increasingly favor consumers over workers –whose incomes will go down. (A: That’s been happening for years. In fact, the starting wage in Canada, really, has been about the same for about 20-odd years or more.) Self-surveillance technologies will organize and accelerate this process by favoring the consumer over the user of public services, profit over wages, while giving increasing power to insurance and entertainment companies, and to self-surveillance producers. (A: Entertainment companies are awfully important folks because you see, as it all goes down you’ll get more and more and more massive, bizarro, SICKO too, it must be even SICKO, to make sure you’re all glued to it out of curiosity, and as you all go down the tubes it doesn’t seem so bad. You see. Entertainment’s awfully important, especially with the indoctrination you get VIA entertainment. And when you go down into debasement you’re easier to manage by the big people at the top.)
Then, by 2050 at the latest, a slow deconstruction of states – (A: That’s nations, again.) some of them born more than a thousand years ago – will begin. The middle class, the leading player in market democracy, will rediscover the insecurity believed it had escaped by detaching itself from the working class. (A: That’s already happened, I would say, you know, what’s left of it. The type of middle class I think about, really, are above all that. They’re up there with Jacques Attali and they’re earning millions a year. I mean, that’s the real middle class today. Back with more after this break.)
Hi folks, I’m Alan Watt, we’re Cutting Through The Matrix, talking and reading from a book too of Jacques Attali, who is a big player up there at the United Nations, a long résumé of course and lots of accolades of his wonderful credentials etc. etc. etc. But he takes part in all these big think tanks across the world, total globalist of course. He’s more honest, if you can read between the lines, sometimes about his part in it. He believes in the long history of the mercantile class, that’s merchant bankers as well, and their right to basically rule off into the future over the general public, and really create the cultures and train the public towards what they should be, to suit those who produce, the big corporations themselves. It says here too that…
Contracts will increasingly win out over law, and mercenaries over armies and police forces, and arbitrators over judges. Jurists specializing in private law will have a field day.
For a time, states belonging to countries that are masters of the polycentric order will still be able to control a few rules of their social life. In such states, those politically of age will join forces with their economic counterparts – in other words, the age at which a child becomes an autonomous consumer. In each country, utterly confused political parties will seek (more and more vainly) for areas of competence. Neither left nor right will be able to prevent the progressive privatization of education, health, security, insurance, nor the replacement of these services by mass-produced objects – nor, a little later, the dawning of super-empire. The right will even accelerate this event with privatizations. The left will do the same, by giving the middle class the means to access (more equitably) the marketing of time and to private consumption. Public expropriation of big corporations will no longer be a credible solution. Social movements will no longer have the strength to oppose the marketing of the world. Mediocre governments, leaning on the few remaining civil servants and on discredited Parliamentarians and manipulated by pressure groups, will continue to put on shows rarely visited and less and less taken seriously. Public opinion will not show much more interest in their deeds and gestures than they show today in the deeds and gestures of the very last monarchs on the European continent.
Nations will be nothing more than oases competing with one another to attract passing caravans. Their way of life will be limited to the rare resources brought by the few nomads who agree to make a halt there long enough to produce, trade and entertain themselves. Countries will no longer be lived in at any length by anyone but the sedentary – (A: He’s talking about the masses, by the way, the sedentary, when he says that. Because all the rest of them that are making lots of money are called nomads, in the new world. They hop from international big city to mega city across the world for their whole lives. But the sedentary, really, are also called the ‘useless eaters’ in other books, and he’s well aware of that too.) forced to be there because they’re too hostile to risk, too fragile, too young or too old – and by the weakest, some of them immigrants from elsewhere in search of a more decent way of life.
The only states to pursue development will be those that have attracted the loyalty of their citizens by favoring their creativity, their successful integration and their social mobility. Some nations in the social democratic tradition and some tiny state-run entities will resist better than others. The irony of history: with the advent of super-empire, (A: He’s talking about global government.) we shall witness the return of those city states that dominated the beginning of the mercantile order. (A: Now that ties right in with the Department of Defense’s think tank report to do with the run-up to world government; a brief period of world government and then it will return to big city-states, super high tech city-states, only a few of them across the world. So that’s really what he’s pointing out here. He’s into all these think tanks because he takes part in them and he knows what all their predictions are.)
To prevent this destruction of national identity and stand up to the immigrant waves that will follow (A: which is happening now of course.), racist dictators (whether theocratic or secular) will seize power in certain states or nations. What will soon play out, particularly in countries like the Netherlands or Belgium (the first cores of the mercantile world and amongst the planet’s most ancient democracies), will be revelatory of the evolution that the next settles (and on the most robust states and on those most concerned about their freedoms).
While Africa vainly struggles to construct itself, the rest of the world will begin to deconstruct itself under the hammer blows of globalization. Tomorrow’s Africa will therefore not resemble today’s West. Rather, it is tomorrow’s West that will resemble today’s Africa. (A: Back with more after this break.)
Hi folks, I’m back Cutting Through The Matrix and I’ll continue with what I’m talking about here, which is Jacques Attali and of course the big proclamations that he makes in his books about the future, which is here too; pretty well everything I’m reading is already taking place. But it’s to really blossom and bloom and take off in the next few years as well. He talks about how the West would actually eventually resemble Africa. And he says…
And then (in my opinion even before the 21st century ends) the government of the United States will itself lose – doubtless the last in the bosom of this polycentric world – the essentials of the instruments of sovereignty.
This will happen first in the virtual world. As we’ve seen the printing press once acted against the powers that be. In the same way, the Internet will act against the United States. It will begin by not serving Washington’s interests. Then, playing on its free-of-charge services, multiplying its information resources, liberating the control imposed on information by the wealthier, it will drain the US government (like that of the other countries) of many of its important powers. Many people will even claim citizenship of the virtual universe abandoning citizenship of every real state, even that of the United States. (A: That’s already been talked about for years and actually done, in the US with the World Citizenship Association, for those who didn’t know about that. Rockefeller himself gives out world citizenship awards. And I think it was back to Plato again, he talked about being ‘a citizen of the world.’ Very old idea.)
In the real world, business of American origin will relocate their research centers and their headquarters, thus depriving the federal American state the bulk of its resources. Financing the many functions of sovereignty, in particular of defense, will be more and more onerous. And finally, the citizenry will no longer want to see its children die in battle, and will no longer want to be forced to take part in the defense of its country.
Certain forces, especially military, will then attempt to restore the means of action to the federal state by nationalizing strategic businesses, closing the borders, and squaring up, if necessary, to former allies. (A: Well that’s already happening now with Britain, the US, Canada; well actually it’s even Europe.) This means of information will lie and attempt to dress up an increasingly inaccessible reality. In vain. On its last legs, Washington will have to relinquish control of the great economic and political decisions to each state of the Union and to the big corporations. Administrative services will be privatized one after the other. Prisons will become private businesses with zero labor costs. (A: They already are, a lot of them.) Even the Army, the last refuge of sovereignty, will eventually be privatized like all the rest.
Then, like the Roman Empire in its day, the American Empire will disappear without leaving a political authority in place in the new Rome. States and nations will still have a place – in nostalgic apparitions, fleeting ghosts, scapegoats both impotent and easy to direct in the absolute marketing of time.
Then he goes into The Absolute Marketing of Time. Timing is awfully important for every single part of the stages that the big boys plan of course – we know that – and they actually published a lot of the stuff for in the future and how the timing is so essential. If you look at all the treaties we’re signing year after year, and have been for the last 50, 60, 70 years with other countries, that all worked collectively, on path for total world integration. At one time it was a little bit of a battle between corporations based in one country versus corporations in another as to who would dominate it all. But now it’s all come to pass, and we know that it’s to be a world government and with a nomadic superclass traveling the world. And they don’t mind where they live and where they work. And they’ll be kept in utter luxury in these big international city-states. So we’re already there to a great extent as we see it all happening now.
Now, the US still has to, on behalf of the Masters of the world, and remember Attali in the previous articles I read from the same book yesterday, talked about the Masters of the world, that they are there. The US still has to, as I say, take down a few other countries including Iran and other ones before they’re finished. Then they’ll be spent, exhausted and then of course they’ll throw the whole $16 trillion debt that they owe in their face and say, you know, pay up or else, and it will fall apart. That is the plan. That literally is the plan. And those who rule America often don’t even live inside America. That is also the case as well.
So we’re living through a very old agenda. It’s part of the Royal Institute of International Affairs based in London. The whole idea of world government, free trade as they called it, free trade for their big international corporations only mind you, not for you if you’re a small business, is well-established. It goes back all the way to John Dee; he mentioned the Brytish Empire based on free trade, plus the one demand that they adopt this same system of government, which is now of course called democracy. It doesn’t matter what they call it, it really doesn’t matter what they call it at all, as long as the public believe in it. Because your whole reality is given to you. And they go on and on from there.
Now, The Anger of the Secular, it’s quite interesting here because Attali himself has a particular religion, and he talks about The Anger of the Secular. He says…
Then the anger of peoples will erupt against the mercantile order and above all against the United States, which will direct it for another 20 years at least. A secular anger, based on rational premises.
Hatred against a core is not unleashed when the core is at its peak of power, but when it begins to decline (A: And that’s so true, this is always the state. The Soviet Union held total sway over its public until it literally, during the Khrushchev era, admitted to some of its faults, of Stalin, and became a little bit more relaxed and liberal. They even tried to copy a lot of the culture of the West for the teenagers, total copies actually. And once it became a little bit liberal THEN they got attacked and then they started to decline and crumble. That’s always how it happens. But when they’re in a totalitarian state and using fear and terror, they could hold that forever if they wanted to.) Hatred against a core is not unleashed when the core is at its peak of power, but when it begins to decline. This was the fate of all the previous cores: it will be the fate of the American empire. Triumphant at the fall of the Berlin Wall, Washington had already become the chief target of a wave of criticism challenging globalization and a market democracy.
Now a critical coalition will emerge, targeting America and the mercantile order. It will embrace all those who expect nothing more from them or who are frustrated at not receiving their benefits. They’ll criticize America pell-mell, along with the West, globalization, market democracy and the coming super-empire. Anti-globalists of every hue, most will have nothing to propose in their place. (A: Now, a few years ago at one of the globalization meetings, the world global meetings to do with trade etc, you had thousands of protesters turned up. I think it was in London actually. One of the politicians walked out and he says, okay I’m here to listen to you, what do you propose? And none of them had anything to say. All they could say is that they hated what was coming but they had no idea of what else to put in its place. You understand. And that’s what you’ve got right now too.)
Their criticism will first be directed (and is already being directed) at the invasive role of the United States, which monopolizes the essentials of the world’s wealth, wastes its resources, disturbs its climate (A: The climate’s totally controlled, folks, and it’s not just the US.), enslaves peoples, claims the right to rule them as it pleases, and violates many rules of the democracy it aspires to take to others.
Next, the criticism will focus on the market. This will be all the easier as the facts establish more and more clearly that markets suppress neither poverty nor joblessness nor exploitation; that they concentrate all power in a few hands, inflicting insecurity on increasingly numerous majorities; that they shelve long-term requirements; that they compete with one another to destabilize the climate; that they create scarcities and invent new cost-free arrangements in order to profit from them later. They will protest that hope and the quality of life are not at all the same from one place to another in the world; that the targets of their anger will become – with hyper-surveillance and self-surveillance – one of the most pernicious and absolute forms of dictatorship. And finally, the markets will be reproached from liberating of violence by orientating all desires towards a hungering for mercantile objects, including a hunger for arms.
It will then be easy to denounce democracy as an illusion, in which the wealthiest concentrate in their hands the powers of informing, distracting, knowing, monitoring, healing, teaching, channeling, deciding, and accumulating. These new ideologies will explain that parliamentary democracy, like the market, is a deception, the instruments of armed forces and big businesses (A: ...which actually it is.); that it generates disparities, destroys nature, and undermines moral values. They will even argue that it is but a convenient excuse invoked by Americans to hold onto their power without losing their souls – while they shut their eyes on the development of the pirate economy wherever it’s useful to them.
The mercantile order will thus be justly accused of being, for many (and by its very nature) a source of wretchedness, injustice, insecurity, disorder, waste, ecological upheavals, immorality, identity destruction, a violation of religious rules, and oppression. Many will also denounce with a single voice both market and democracy as machines for manufacturing disloyalty, for annihilating all forms of morality and social organization, and for destroying the freedom they claim to promote. (A: Well, that’s true. Look, we’ve been under a form of martial law since 9/11. They still say “democracy” as we go off to push democracy across countries, across the world, in the Middle East, that pretty well have done nothing wrong to us.) They will rail at no longer being able to influence the world through their vote (A: Well that’s true.), of being dominated, monitored, self-monitored, self-produced and of being forced to comply with norms fixed by the demands of profit.
Others will go so far as to condemn the very principle of an individual freedom that leads to being loyal only to oneself, to no longer feeling bound by an oath or contract. They will complain that they are constantly required to auction off their obligations, their feelings, their values, their faiths, and the fate of their children, always ready to abandon, and at all moments expecting to be abandoned, without the need of future generations ever being taken into account. Apologia for dictatorship will once again become a respectable subject of conversion. (A: Now it’s interesting, that, because you find that Plato went through the whole systems of democracy and republicanism, etc., and you always find that democracy or liberalism always ends up in a form of dictatorship, at the end, because of the chaos and the massive debt it accumulates to keep things going and keep everybody happy. It always does, massive, massive debt, so they end up with dictatorship.)
And finally, many will profit from the progressive weakening of states to let their impulses towards violence develop, freed of all constraints. The first freedom will be the freedom to kill, gratuitously and without goals or strategy.
The cities (where every form of alienation will abound, along with all the proofs that market democracy is only – for the overriding majority of humans – a gigantic moral swindle) will become the principal nests of revolt. (A: Why do you think they’ve got these massive armies ready to go into the cities? and doing all these practices of doing that, in fact? They know all this. This guy is at the top level here.) They will harbor more and more serial criminals, they will breed an infinity of killings.
Unlike the communists’ revolution of the past whose aim was to build another society in place of capitalism, most of these new contestants will propose no system of substitution. Ever since communism failed, no utopia has seemed available either to replace the market or to replace democracy. Except for a handful who will propose a return to theocracy.
(A: So he goes on about theocracy too and how different faiths will try and outdo each other and so on and so on, and all that will be bashed around too as they try to get to the top. So what I’m saying here is, here is from a guy who is at the top who helps plan the future, with thousands of others of his own ilk, and they go to all the top think tank meetings that they’re in on, the Department of Defense’s for NATO countries – that’s the US, Britain, France, and other ones, Germany. They’re in on those think tanks to do with the coming wars, internal strife and even down to – I’ve read it from the Department of Defense’s think tank; it’s in my website in the archives section – to do with the future, where they’ll even use small nuclear devices on massive flashmobs in the future, who will be protesting anything, food, the cost of food, or lack of food, or whatever it is. So they’re all ready for all of this chaos coming down the pike. And he’s a guy telling you about it, in such a way that it doesn’t seem so horrible, because he says it rather simply with no emotion really attached to it, you see. And that’s why folk won’t take it seriously. And then he says...)
When the polycentric world begins to unravel (A: ...that’s the many independent countries.), when crusaders, pirates, private armies, mercenaries and terrorists attempt to take over, totalitarian regimes will slaughter one another to establish supremacy without acknowledging any law of war or even any arbitrator. (A: We’ve got that now as we go over there to the Middle East and take out countries that are dealing with their own internal strife. You understand, your own country has signed with the United Nations the same orders, that no other country should intervene with you if you have internal strife going on. But we went over there to slaughter these folk. Of course we started all the problems there in the first place, because we sent in all the agitators. And that’s geopolitics; that’s what happens.) Countries of the North will form alliances with those of the South, while Islamist terrorists will join forces with drug cartels (A: Well so does the CIA. And by the way, this guy’s from France, remember. In France, in Marseille, that’s where all the heroin comes out of; it comes from the opium. And they have massive facilities there, big massive labs, always have had, where they process the world’s heroin supply, and it’s distributed across the world. So he’s well aware of that.) There will simultaneously be hot wars and cold wars, private wars and state wars. Police and armed forces will mingle with one another without respecting the most elementary rules of warfare. Civilian populations will be a helpless prey, as was the case in World War II. (A: ...meaning if you are occupied and so on; well that’s how you will be in your own countries. And you can’t tell the difference between cops and soldiers when they’re armed to the teeth and all mixing together.) The religions of the Book will fight one another, to the greater glory of their enemies. Some theologians will see in this the advent of the battle signaling, in the Book, the end of days – an end (for the Jews) that must lead to the arrival of their Messiah. For Christians, it is linked with His return; for certain Muslims, with the hidden Imam; for Hindus, it’s marked by the advent of Kalki, Vishnu’s tenth and final incarnation. In all cases, they say, it will end with the victory of good over evil. (A: And that’s what everybody, even at the bottom level, it doesn’t matter how religious or nonreligious they are, they always look for good winning over evil, even though you’ve never had any proof of it in history. [Alan chuckles.] History is written by victors. Every war, remember, every war is projected as the GOOD war, the JUST war, and your countries will go to all lengths to make sure that’s taught forever in the history books. Back with more after this break.)
Hi folks, I’m back, we’re Cutting Through The Matrix and talking about Jacques Attali and reading from his book A Brief History of the Future. He goes into a scenario, after all of the stuff I’ve read here, into a scenario of a final conflict idea, OR he said it could be, he says the alternative is...
And yet, well before humanity has put an end to its history – at least I would like to believe this – that the failure of super-empire and the threat of hyperconflict will compel the democracies to find sufficient motivation to vanquish the pirates, the non-state entities and the rogue states, and suppress their own death wish.
The more optimistic – and more likely view – is that Alliance’s armies will sweep the dictators aside; the drug cartels will be tamed (A: Well, the US is running – because the military is over in Afghanistan – running the poppy plantations.), big corporations will no longer gamble their future on the growth of military orders; all religions will calm down and become forces for peace, reason and tolerance. Already at work new forces will seize power in order to create a just, pacific, united and brotherly world. (A: That’s his little bit then. And then he goes into how…)
And then, as happened after the fall of the Roman Empire, there will be a rebirth – on the ruins of a promising past spoiled by an excessively long series of mistakes – a mighty longing to live, joyful interbreedings (A: ...he says...), jubilant transgressions. From them a new civilization will serge forth . . . (A: That’s what they envisage after all of this massive chaos. Of course he doesn’t go into the depopulation agenda which would be part of that, to bring in this wonderful interbreeding of different peoples and a wonderful utopia. He doesn’t touch on that at all. But that’s really what is to take place as well. He doesn’t mention that because he’s writing this for the general public. And he goes on about that at the final chapter, he says the third wave of the future, which is planetary democracy.)
That’s quite interesting too because just previously to that he mentioned that democracy had become a joke and nobody believed in it anymore. But they must bring it back, the same joke back again, and once again they can convince people that it’s real. It’s amazing how people never learn their whole lives that nothing in democracy has ever worked for them, ever, after one party after another, they’ve gone downhill, downhill, downhill and nothing that they actually wish the governments to do has ever been done for them either. They’re completely ignored. And politicians lie, constantly; that’s what they do. They’re picked because they’re psychopathic with a good smiling face and they can lie without blinking.
So he wants to return back to democracy in this new unified world that’s gone through all of its wars, tribulations, depopulation and everything else, into this wonderful utopia. And of course he’s talking on behalf of the elites themselves. So in other words, they’ve covered all of these scenarios, every single scenario that could possibly happen, in minute detail remember, even the opposition groups that will rise up through time to oppose them and how they’ll deal with them. And we know how they’ve dealt with them in the past. They generally create them themselves, rather than wait for one to spring up from the grassroots, then they’ve got it controlled from the beginning. A very old con, that one is.
So we’re living through a planned script, remember. And this global idea, globalization, is not a pleasant thing whatsoever. It’s bad enough when you live in a big country, like the US or Canada, and you have a government, you know, maybe thousands of miles away across the country, you can’t get to them. That’s bad enough. That’s the centralization of government, of course, that they wanted even from the days of Karl Marx, which they have, and big business is all for it. But when they have a central government maybe at the North Pole – or who knows where they’re going to put it – for global government, you’ll be a minutiae floating on the planet like an amoeba somewhere with no recourse, no recall, you can’t get heard, and that’s the world they want to bring in. It will not be pleasant.
From Hamish and myself from Ontario, Canada, it’s good night and may your God or your Gods GO with you.