September 17th, 2010 (#666)
Alan Watt "Cutting Through The Matrix" LIVE on RBN:
Poem Copyright Alan Watt September 17th, 2010:
On Neuroscience Article:
No More Self-Reliance,
Obey the Tyrants of Neuroscience:
"Neuroscientists Claim Expertise on the Brain,
Say Those Who Think Too Much May Go Insane,
If You're Firm On Conclusion Researching an Issue,
You've Got Too Many Cells in Pre-Frontal Tissue,
"Normal" People Remain Timidly Weak and Unsure,
Always Seeking Approval for Thoughts so Demure,
Those Who are Positive are Not Altruistic,
Nor Pleasing to Others, Proves They're Autistic,
Psychiatry Loves this Psycho-Babble,
Helps Keep Off-Balance, The General Rabble,
The Obedient Citizen has Easy Upgrades,
Adapting to Experts, Their Memory Fades,
Soviet Dissidents had "Inflexibility of Opinion",
To Survive, Play Stupid in this World Dominion
© Alan Watt September 17th, 2010
Poem & Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - September 17th, 2010 (Exempting Music, Literary Quotes, and Callers' Comments)
Hi folks, I'm Alan Watt, and this is Cutting Through the Matrix on the 17th of September, 2010. I always start off the show by getting the plug out of the way, first of all, and that is to go into cuttingthroughthematrix.com website, and you'll find hundreds of audios for download, and you can peruse them at you leisure. I try to give you shortcuts to the big system in which you live. You're born into it. It pre-existed you and your parents, and it's a planned society, planned by the richest people on the planet, using all the CEOs of international corporations, who all belong to the same clubs, and often are financed by the same bankers. And they literally have brought in their ancient dream of the planned society, a united planet under their control, through trading blocs and various treaties, and so on, through a United Nations. And really, they're bringing in the biggest changes we've ever seen in history, as we're all taught and trained to behave in different fashions and see things the way that we're taught to see things, not the way we should naturally see things. So, go into cuttingthroughthematrix.com, and while you're at it too, bookmark all the other sights you'll see there, in case the .com sites go down. I get a lot of problem with the cyber attack boys, and that's their job, and they've actually printed it in news articles in mainstream, that that's what they're doing now, they're going after and harassing and being an awful nuisance to people like myself. So, if you bookmark these other sites, hopefully you can get the latest shows, whenever the big sites go down again. And it's happened before in the past.
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Now I hear the music coming in. I'll be back with more, after these messages.
Hi folks, I'm back, and we're Cutting Through the Matrix. The Matrix is the system itself into which you're born. And I think the movie portrayed it very well in it having so many compartments, really, where you think you can break into the next one, and you know it all, but you've got more and more to go, and each one is ruled by a different hierarchy. Very much like the system in which you live. Very much indeed like it, because, you would find, if you went up the ladder in this real world, that you would have to join different associations on the way up. Because there definitely is a master to each level, and that's how the world is really, really run. Carroll Quigley documented this very, very well in his book, Tragedy and Hope, and his other book called The Anglo-American Establishment, with their whole plan to form a United Nations out of the embryo of the British Empire. They'd already done three-quarters of the job of taking over the planet and standardizing it into their system, and they thought the U.S. could finish it off. And it's happened. It's been very successful, with the aid of their own branch, the Council on Foreign Relations for the U.S.A. They have branches all over the world now, and they also have a branch running the Parliaments of Europe, the Parliamentarians of Europe. And they had the European International Affairs group there, belonging to the Royal Institute of International Affairs in London, all from London, a very ancient plan, worked very well. And it wasn't just to take over a world, but to bring in a type of type of society, gradually kill off all the useless eaters by sterilization, etc, and bring in a form of utopia for themselves, and the ones who should come through into the new society.
It's always amazed me how closely akin their ideas in this upper, elitist religion, when you study freemasonry, and Rosicrucianism and so on, if you're very careful and you know what you're reading, and how to read it, you'll find the clues about eugenics all the way through it. And little sayings going back to the Old Testament about who to marry, who not to marry, and all the nasty things that can happen if you marry the wrong person. Really they're talking about the offspring, the kind of offspring that you're after. And it's no coincidence, of course that the pina, or the little apron that the Masons wear is squared over the groin area, the head below as they call it. And the head above must rule his every action. That's the idea. Don't let the base instincts make you marry the first lustful person that comes along. You actually use your head. It's all eugenics, all the way down the line. And not only eugenics, but the brighter type. Plato talked about it too. It was on the go in his age. He talked about the society in which he belonged, and the aristocracy, he talked about the fact that they had their wives chosen for them, and he also talked in his book called the Republic, a totalitarian world system, run by the Guardian Class, that was his own class, that married specifically for the right type of offspring. He also talked about the working ones, that would work underneath them, that would be bred the same way. If you wanted a good scientist, you get someone who is very good at mathematics, very left sided brain type thing, and marry them with a woman of the same caliber, and you should be able to eventually get offspring with inbreeding, inbreeding, and inbreeding, along that line. That's what we also see in certain lineages like the Rothschilds, the Darwins as well were into it big time. And this is still ongoing today, same with the Rockefellers.
So, that's the difference between it all. And what's interesting, now that they've really pulled off a lot of their plan. They've got to where they wanted to bring us all. They've got us all under a world where we're told what to do. It's an authoritarian society, as they have published in their various think tank declarations, like the Club of Rome. Democracy is post-democratic, because democracy is too cumbersome, they claim, too many people claiming rights. They can't get their agenda through fast enough. But now they've trained us. They've dumbed us down as well. And they've trained us, and they definitely have trained the young generation in school to simply obey the authorities, and to believe it's all quite natural, and that having no privacy is a natural thing as well. Who cares about it? Who needs that old-fashioned thing called privacy? We're all the same sort of idea. They have no idea of the monsters above them, running the whole show, or the plans they have for them. So they're neutered. They're out. They're out of the picture altogether.
Now here they're going for those that are following, this article here is from the BBC, but it's very obvious who it's aimed at. Now listen to this. Now remember too that Bertrand Russell said eventually they wouldn't even have to give names out, they just say experts or scientists, and we would be taught to simply say, "Wow, you know, that's like God speaking". Just like, it used to be in the old days, priests said, blah, blah, blah, and that was it. That was God speaking. Now it's scientists and experts. This is from the 17th of September:
It's good to think - but not too much, scientists say
People who think more about whether they are right have more cells in an area of the brain known as the frontal lobes.
UK scientists, writing in Science, (Alan: They've said that so many times, I'm impressed already, scientists and science) looked at how brain size varied depending on how much people thought about decisions.
(A: See, they're back to phrenology and all that, and measuring skulls and stuff. You see?)
But a nationwide survey recently found that some people think too much about life.
(A: You see, you're the guys out there. You're wondering what's going on. You're trying to find out what's happening. You've watched your whole system being turned upside down. You've watched your freedoms being stripped off you, ripped off you, you've watched the rise of the Nazi goon squads, all dressed in black that are now wearing badges, across the planet, and you're thinking about it, you see. Well, there's something wrong with you. There's something wrong with you. You should be taking it easy. Obeying the authorities. And being grateful that there are superior people who come out of special wombs, who are up there taking care of it all for you, just go out and play. You see? So anyway:)
a nationwide survey found that some people think too much about life.
These people have poorer memories, (A: Really? That's because you have a different version of history. And it says:) and they may also be depressed. (A: Well, there you go. See, if you understand what's going on, you certainly won't be awfully happy. Isn't that true?)
Stephen Fleming, a member of the University College London (UCL) team that carried out the research, said: "Imagine you're on a game show such as 'Who Wants to Be a Millionaire' and you're uncertain of your answer. You can use that knowledge to ask the audience, ask for help."
The London group asked 32 (A: Thirty-two, you see. The next one is an honorary degree.) volunteers to make difficult decisions. They had to look at two very similar black and gray pictures and say which one had a lighter spot.
They then had to say just how sure they were of their answer, on a scale of one to six. Although it was hard to tell the difference, the pictures were adjusted to make sure that no-one found the task harder than anyone else.
People who were more sure of their answer had more brain cells in the front-most part of the brain - known as the anterior prefrontal cortex.
This part of the brain has been linked to many brain and mental disorders, (A: You see, there you go. You think you've actually got a mental disorder, and you're certain you're right) including autism. Previous studies have looked at how this area functions while people make real time decisions, but not at differences between individuals.
(A: Well, what about all those guys that are up there signing treaties to sign all your rights away? They're darn sure about things, aren't they? Does that mean they're all autistic or are they just sociopaths? Hmm? And here it goes.)
Illness link (A: Ooh, illness, eh?)
The study is the first to show that there are physical differences between people with regards to how big this area is. These size differences relate to how much they think about their own decisions.
The researchers hope that learning more about these types of differences between people may help those with mental illness. (A: That's somebody who thinks.)
Co-author Dr Rimona Weil, from UCL's Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, (A: Neuroscience, again, your masters who are going to dominate you all. They've already done a darn good job.) said: "I think it has very important implications for patients with mental ill health who perhaps don't have as much insight into their own disease."
She added that they hope they may be able to improve patients' ability to recognize that they have an illness and to remember to take their medication. (A: Ohhh.)
However, thinking a lot about your own thoughts may not be all good. (A: [Tongue clicking])
Cognitive psychologist Dr Tracy Alloway from the University of Stirling, who was not involved in the latest study, said that some people have a tendency to brood too much and this leads to a risk of depression.
(A: You see, you should all be happy. The more knowledge you get about what's happening, you should all be happy, happy, happy, happy. And cheer it on, you know. And once you tell people about anything, always add at the end, I'm not too sure about that.)
More than 1,000 people took part in a nationwide study linking one type of memory - called "working memory" - to mental health.
Working memory involves the ability to remember pieces of information for a short time, but also while you are remembering them, to do something with them.
For example, you might have to keep hold of information about where you saw shapes and colours - and also answer questions on what they looked like. Dr Alloway commented: "I like to describe it as your brain's Post-It note."
Those with poorer working memory, the 10-15% of people who could only remember about two things, were more likely to mull over things and brood too much.
Well, the only way you'll get that is if you're utterly, utterly confused and your surfing all over the internet, because these people can't remember anything at all. And neither can these experts either, because they keep changing their minds about things, and always asking for more money to do another study. Quite something, eh? Anyway, thinking is bad for you in the New World, in the New World Order. And no doubt, one day, it's going to be branded dangerous. And I'm not kidding about that. One day, you'll walk along, and there will be chips everywhere, with the internet of things, and they'll have all this fine internet dust all over the place, that they'll scatter, if they haven't already. And everything is communicating to everything else. And you'll be cognizant of what's going on around you, and alarms will go off, and they'll send signals to the SWAT Teams, and that's what they'll say, oh, a thinker has been spotted, a thinker, he knows. We have one who knows, and they'll come after you. Hmm. It can be a joke today, but it's no joke tomorrow. It will come.
Neuroscience, as I say, has been really, and I've read so many articles over the years about this, its job is to find ways of controlling society. That's why it gets incredible funding. It isn't just from marketing to make you buy things, and behave a certain way, and sing the songs that they make number ones, whatever drivel it happens to be. It's all to control the mind of you, to make you uniform with the rest. Back after this break.
Hi folks. We're back, Cutting Through the Matrix, and talking about neuroscience. The big "in" thing today, and of course it's coupled with other psychological techniques as well. It's coupled as well with the technotronic era that Brzezinski talked about in his book, Between Two Ages. He talked about ways of controlling whole continents of people through electronic waves. He called it technotronics. And that's here already, of course. They admitted with the HAARP technologies alone, that by piggybacking a secondary signal on the main signal, they could actually induce emotions, even thoughts in people's heads if they wish to. And that's old stuff, that's old technology. Literally, they could bathe the continent with it, with the array of cell phones and cell phone towers, and all the mini towers, all over cities, and so on. You're getting bombarded all the time. They can actually hook that lot together, and certainly put out their own signals in microbursts that effect the behavior of people. Old stuff, old stuff. And you think, of course, they won't use it, don't you? You really think that don't you? You haven't read the contingency plans for mass panics in cities, and the various things which they'll do, including spraying of Valium and Prozac if there's going to be a long-term panic; the Valium kicks in quick, and the Prozac takes over, according to some of the guys at the top. And they're ready to spray it over entire cities, they said. So this technology is all here, it's all waiting in the wings.
A lot of it's already being used, and the public don't know about it. About a year, maybe even two years ago, I read the article from New York, where the voice-to-skull technology was being used in New York. And they were actually using it and beaming the words right into your skull, and you'd hear the words telling you to go to the store that you would see across the street, and so on. Using it to influence your behavior. There's many, many techniques that they can use. The voice-to-skull is one. There's another technique, which literally will put the thought in the middle of your head. Old technology from the 50s, in work today. They're so far ahead. So far ahead, of anything you can imagine. And it's just astonishing too, how everything ties in together, already with the chips and the communication, so everything can communicate with everything else, isn't it, just coincidence, isn't it. Hmm?
Well, here's an article here, again, about neuromarketing. You see, these psychologists go and work for everything that controls you, including the marketing companies for advertising. And it says here, it turns out, it's actually called:
Neuromarketing comes out of the shadows
(A: Where it's been hiding, you know.)
It turns out there are some books you can judge by their cover, after all.
When A.K. Pradeep was preparing to send his first book, The Buying Brain, out into the marketplace last month, he did what any self-respecting neuroscientist would do: He strapped some people into an electroencephalogram (EEG) getup to measure their brainwaves, and then showed them various versions of the cover. He was, in his parlance, “eating his own dog food,” for while Mr. Pradeep is a budding author, he spends his days as the president and CEO of NeuroFocus, a Berkeley, Calif.-based company that reads people’s brains in hopes of helping multimillion-dollar brands more effectively design products, packaging, retail environments, and marketing materials. (A: In other words, making a bundle off literally modifying you, without you even knowing it.) NeuroFocus claims CBS, the U.S.-based Weather Channel, and Scottrade among its clients. (A: They've got big clients. You don't pay these guys big, big dough if it doesn't work, you understand.)
Now, Dr. Pradeep is talking up The Buying Brain, which is both an attempt to demystify neuromarketing and an argument in favour of his company’s approach over others. Conventional focus groups and other market research require vast sample sizes in order to eliminate the variances of personality. (A: Little changes in personality, variations can upset their plans.) The allure of neuroscience is that it can measure our responses to stimuli at the level of our reptilian brains (A: They always call it reptilian, these days, but it means the primitive part of your brain, that everything that lives has. They all have that part in it, where the functions, your breathing, your fight or flight syndromes, and all that kind of stuff. It means the primitive part of your brain, not that you're reptiles.) – which means it can figure out our actual responses rather than the ones we give to people running a focus group.
I might try the links too on that series on Bernays, to show you how they set up focus groups. And the idiots, the idiot public go in there and help them, and become little lab rats, to make sure that they can find ways to influence them. If it works on them, it will work on the general public. Don't you get fed up getting influenced? Hmm? And the whole idea is to influence you, and make you do things, and buy things, and motivate you to wear things. But your behavior changes as well, without you knowing it. Without you knowing it. Do you think that's okay? Is that a good thing to do with society? Well, these guys at the top think it is. They think it's good to train you to be a peaceful, obedient, very obedient, bunch of sheep, basically. They don't want thinkers, as they've already said. If you're a thinker, there's something wrong with you. You're dangerous.
So here's these neuroscientists, getting big bucks, and every big corporation uses them. The television stations all use them too. Every music video you watch uses them. Everything is used to hit the primitive part of the brain. It's always sex and stuff like that. And you can see the effects in society, as the young girls try to dress like the whores you see on the dance floor. And it works very well. That was to make sure that the whole agenda to make sure that they'll never marry, will happen, because they have so many partners before they're fifteen. That was all designed years ago. Everything works together in psychology, neuroscience, and all the other aspects of it with the Big Global Agenda. Everything. There's nothing that you do, even your little hobbies that you pick up, aren't authorized and put out there for you to pick up on and do. There's nothing. Nothing at all. And most folk can't believe that, but it happens to be true. Lots of documentation on it. Back with more, after these messages.
Hi folks, we're back, Cutting Through the Matrix. And just before I go onto a caller here, there's an article about people who obviously worry too much. And it says here, it's from a Business Report from MSNBC. It says:
NEW YORK — A record number of homeowners lost houses to their banks in August as lenders worked through the backlog of distressed mortgages, real estate data company RealtyTrac said Thursday.
New default notices decreased at the same time, suggesting that lenders managed the flow of troubled loans and foreclosed properties hitting the market to limit price declines, the company said.
Root problems of high unemployment, wage cuts, (A: This is in the U.S.) negative home equity and restrictive lending practices persist, however, pointing to lingering housing market pain.
(A: Part of the Manifesto of Communism was the eradication of private property, and you also found it in the writings too of Freemasonry, by the way, Albert Pike talked about that. And you also find it in the Royal Institute of International Affairs. You also find it again, in Agenda 21, where they talk about all rental. All property will be rental only, and even no motorcars, no automobiles for individual use. It will be communal transportation only, and essential vehicles. Isn't that amazing, eh? Back to this article here though, it says.)
RealtyTrac sees a record 1.2 million repossessions this year, up from just under 1 million last year, with more than 3.2 million homes in some stage of foreclosure.
In 2005, before the housing bust, banks took over just about 100,000 houses, according to the Irvine, California-based company.
"It really does look like we're seeing a slowdown of new foreclosures being initiated as part of a means to manage inventory levels on the market," (A: It means that's artificial, the slowdown.) RealtyTrac senior vice president Rick Sharga said in an interview.
Banks foreclosed on 95,364 properties in August (A: Wow.), topping the May 2010 record by 2 percent. These repossessions, or real estate owned (REO) homes, jumped 3 percent in the month and 25 percent in the year.
At the same time, a similar amount — 96,469 homes — got a default notice. Defaults declined 1 percent from July and 30 percent from August 2009 after peaking at 142,064 properties in April 2009.
It will take about three years to work through the stockpile of distressed housing, Sharga said, resulting in a market that moves sideways.
(A: I like all their terminology.)
"I don't think it gets any better really until the end of 2013," he said.
I guess that's when the banks will have repossessed every home in the country, probably, that's the way it's going, eh.
Now we'll go to the caller. And it's Harley from Michigan. Are you there Harley?
Harley: Yes, sir. How are you doing there, Mr. Watt? Long time, I haven't, I've been listening, but I haven't been able to call in. But I just wanted to kind of jump on this real estate you were just talking about. A lot of people are losing our homes here. As you well know, in my state, we're losing homes at an astronomically high level. And the funny thing about it is, that now, the city of Detroit, the mayor is now calling for sustainable living, where they're literally saying that this is going to be a good move, and a bad move for people. And they're literally talking about moving people out of their homes, homes that have been passed down, two and three generations. Oh, guess what, well, the city's shrinking. We need to become smaller, more confined, because we can't afford the service. And I see guy's plans are already in effect with this method, and it just, I can't believe that people are falling for this renewable energy and all these things like that. And it's just really for a trap, as you said for Agenda 21. You're going to cut down on how many children you're going to have. Your cities can't be overpopulated. We won't provide you with the federal money. We won't provide you for food in some countries. And I just thought that's really funny. I'll hang up and listen to what your comments are on that.
Alan: Yeah, it's true, absolutely. It is Agenda 21, Agenda for the 21st Century, and that was in collusion with the Millennium Goals for the United Nations. They put out both, the Millennium Goals and I actually have the sites for the Millennium group and Agenda 21, and they've updated it. So it's worthwhile looking into, the Millennium group, United Nations. And I even read their article from their main site at the United Nations. Patriot Radio had put out so many articles on Agenda 21, explaining it to the people, who hadn't a clue what it really meant. And they were advised by the top honchos at the United Nations, to use different terms, such as sustainable development and so on, instead of Agenda 21. So they like to do this little trick of changing the terms and confusing people. You're quite right, but back in the 90s, in fact, back in the 60s, they were showing satellite photographs of the Earth, from NASA and they were tying that in then, with what they called this ugly, urban sprawl. As far back as that. And they wanted then to start bringing in the outsiders, bringing them closer into the cities. That's when they talked about revamping the inner, run-down cities, and revamping it, and giving them facelifts and so on. And of course they failed miserably at that, but they're going ahead anyway, and they're going to put us into squalor, ultimately, by cramming everyone into the centers, where there will be no work.
They already have that in countries like Britain. They've done that in some places, where miles and miles and miles and miles of just houses and houses and houses schemes, where they're all joined together, and there's no work anywhere. Utter misery. And social services and the courts run everything in those places, because there's just no work. It's utter misery. In fact, the governments allow drugs to freely flow, to keep them all utterly sedated and out of things. It's interesting that Margaret Thatcher talked in the 80s about this too. She said what was coming down. See this is what the people have to understand, you're living through an agenda, an agenda that was written a long time ago. They were actually writing the agenda, updating it back in the eighties. Updating it, I should say, not writing it, to do with the society they were bringing in, as they were writing and signing all the agreements with GATT, the General Agreement on Trade and Tariffs, getting that all set up, so that China would become the manufacturer for the whole planet. They knew what the fallout would be across the Western World, and in America, and in Britain and elsewhere.
And they decided not to put anything in to take up the slack. Nothing would fill the gap of the jobs being taken away. And so they had think tanks working on every consequence that would happen, in the general public; the depression, alcoholism, drug addiction, violence, all these kinds of things, from a dysfunctional society, that had no hope, and decided then to really up all the agencies, which they did, social agencies, that now run the people's lives, along with the police and the courts, drug rehab and everything else. That was a compromise, because what they said, when they crammed them into these cities, they'll gradually die off. They know darn well they're all being sterilized too, at the same time. And Margaret Thatcher even said it was better, when she extended the bars opening all day long, whereas before, they had certain opening and closing times during the day, so that people wouldn't stay in there all the time. She opened them in the '80s, all day long. And I think they're open up to two or three in the morning now, I don't know. And the reason for it she said, was to keep the young people off the streets. It's better to have them drunk in the bars, spending their welfare checks, than getting organized and marching in the streets, demanding things from government. That's what she said. And she also went on national television and said, there's a generation coming which will never see work in their lifetime, get used to it. So these guys knew this, all along.
They kept it quieter in the U.S.. The signs were all there. I watched the GATT signing, and all the rest of it. I watched the setting up of China. I saw that the millions of Chinese students were being trained in the Western universities as engineers for factories which they didn't even have yet. They didn't have them yet, because they had to be moved from the States, the U.S., Canada, Britain, France, and elsewhere, over to China. We trained them in the Western countries. This is a global agreement. Global. So we're obsolete now in the West. And I've even looked into the architects, different training they're getting now from Australia, across the world and elsewhere. It's all the same stuff they're being taught in the colleges. It's this cramped, sustainable living, into the inner city development. The demolishing of urban areas, all together. They've even designed, and I've got a link here, I'll try to find it and put it up, where you can see these big machines that they're working on, to demolish, it's called the Urban EATR. It demolishes, it goes in there and literally demolishes everything that's standing. And again, it's to create a much smaller population for the future, as they decline in numbers. It ties in with their agenda, up to 2050, where, no, the population is not going to increase in the West, except for immigration only, as it has been for years now. It's gong to actually diminish as people have fewer and fewer children, and most of them are sterile now anyway. The fastest growing business, inside the United States, apart from loan sharking, is fertility clinics. That's the fastest growing industry.
So, that's what it's about. It's a planned agenda. It's a takedown. They say that they cannot extend the services to such far out places, when there's no work in those areas. Well, I would just say, okay, I'll get a generator, and I'll dig a septic tank, and I'll drill a well. That's what the folk should do, but they're not going to allow you to do that, of course. They want you crammed together. In a society of total observation, they can't have you as an outsider. They mean total, when they say total. We're the last of our kind. Herd us all into the same areas, and we die off up to the year 2050. The young ones growing up probably will be pretty well infertile, and won't have children at all. They won't want children. That's how they've been trained at school. So, that's the big agenda, all planned for us. And the culture pretty well has been destroyed. Pretty well destroyed.
And again, the Crash, when it came, was on cue. It happened when they wanted it to happen. The President really announced it, which meant that that was the order for it. That panicked everybody. If he had said, don't worry about the stock market, it's going to be okay, everybody would have put their faith in it. That's all it runs on. And kept investing. This was a planned takedown, at the right time. At the right time. That's how it is.
Now, here's another, another article here. And this agenda is worldwide, remember, except for a few countries that didn't sign it. It says that:
Billionaire Soros (A: George Soros, the great, wonderful philanthropist, who makes billions of dollars off shady deals, we'll say it that way.) is threatening to sue the Sun Media
(A: In Canada. And this is from the Globe and Mail, in Canada. The newspaper. It says:)
Billionaire George Soros is threatening to sue the Sun Media chain over a column penned by a conservative gadfly expected to play a key role in the media giant’s Sun TV venture.
Soros spokesman Michael Vachon said the chair of Soros Fund Management was deeply upset by a early September Sun Media column by right-wing activist and author Ezra Levant.
In the piece, which has since been removed from Sun chain news websites, (A: By the way, you'll find the article in a snapshot, if you go searching for it. It says:) Mr. Levant offered his opinion of how Mr. Soros, a Hungarian Jew born in 1930, survived the Nazis.
(A: And you see, apparently what, you see apparently, I'll say it this way, Mr. Levant alleged, alleged you see, or allegedly said that Mr. Soros, whose real name was, he changed his name from Soros, or his dad did, during the 1930s, to Schwartz to try to blend in, and then his dad wangled him into the groups that were rounding up Jews, and confiscating their property. So apparently he made a little fortune off that, starting at a very early age of about thirteen or fourteen, and then he went to London after that, and then became an investment broker, etc, and made a fortune out of that. In other words, Mr. Levant is calling him a sociopathic, psychopathic type of character, with no morals at all, except a very greedy morals. And Mr. Soros is awfully upset about it. So he's trying to sue this particular columnist or person who wrote this in the newspaper, The Sun. Anyway it says here.)
Mr. Vachon said Sun Media was notified of Mr. Soros’s reaction earlier this week.
“It made false, defamatory and offensive statements and as a result Mr. Soros has notified the relevant parties of his intent to sue,” he said.
“What is of concern in the article are the false assertions that Mr. Levant makes regarding George Soros’s conduct as a 13-year-old child in Nazi-occupied Hungary.”
(A: They did have, they called them the Judenrat in those countries, and these were Jews who ratted out other Jews for money, and to keep their own skins safe. That's what it's about, really. They got a lot of cash out of that, you know. And it says:)
He accused Mr. Levant of distorting statements made by Mr. Soros in past interviews.
(A: So I guess it's up to Mr. Levant to prove himself with the statements that Mr. Soros has said in the past.)
Mr. Levant declined comment Thursday.
The column went on to criticize Mr. Soros for supporting Avaaz.org, an activist group organizing a petition against Sun Media’s bid to get a license for its planned right-leaning cable news network.
Now, you see, Soros funds all these so-called Left Wing Socialist groups. And if he did work for the Nazis, remember, they were National Socialists and I guess Mr. Soros would be an International Socialist, still doing the same thing. He funds these activist groups, and the petitions they've got up against this author apparently, are through this particular group, that he set up. And they can put down petitions and just put anybody's names they want on it, apparently, the way it's set up, and appear, and then they're going to send it to, basically the communications authorities of Canada to try to get at them that way. They can add the whole population of Canada's names on it if they wish to apparently, without telling the people whose names they choose. That's the cons that they use. Mr. Soros is very good at this. Soros too is the same guy remember, who at one time had a half page in the British media, where he boasted, and psychopaths love to come out after the fact and tell you what they did. It's like the mass murders and so on, they keep very quiet, and when they get caught, the rapists or whatever, or serial rapists, they get caught, they love to blab and tell you how clever they were. Well, Mr. Soros blabbed how clever he was. He phoned two of his friend, he said, they set up the British pound to fail. They crashed the British economy, the three of them, and it forced Britain to go to the international banks, borrow billions, and Mr. Soros got awfully rich off that one too. He boasted about it. And you know something, there's no laws to stop them. Isn't that amazing, there's no laws to stop them doing that, eh?
Anyway, as I say, there's a snapshot of the actual column that was printed in The Sun, by Mr. Levant, with the accusations in it, and what will happen, I can imagine, because the Goliath wins in this system, the Goliath of cash, is the guy that generally wins. And everyone knows that. And we'll never get to the bottom of things anyway, on any of these characters at the top.
Now, IBM is one incredible player in neuroscience, again. It leads the way in neuroscience techniques and programming of the computer, which programs you, folks. It programs you. Back with more after this break.
Hi folks, I'm Alan Watt, we're Cutting Through the Matrix. And IBM has been involved in social controls since its inception. I think that's why they created it. IBM if you speak it is Eye Beam, I Beam, the beam from the eye, you know the Eye we're talking about. And again, if you go one letter back, it's HAL, Hal of course is the old sun god, and that was Hal the computer in 2001. And that's no mistake either. IBM is a computer system too. Anyway, without getting into all of that. They're the big players, and their whole job was regulating for governments, people, right down to the camps for Auschwitz and other camps too. They worked for the Soviet Union. They're great at identifying and categorizing people, and marking people, all that kind of stuff. So they're heavily involved in leading the computerized industry for basically watching all of us. They're big, big, big up there. Well the CEO is Samuel Palmisano, and he says:
I'm convinced we can build a smarter, more sustainable economies and societies. Do not look at this as a demonstration of corporate virtue. We're not doing this as an act of philanthropy or as a traditional form of corporate social responsibility. We're doing it rather, because it is integral to everything we mean by building a Smarter Planet. That's where we see our future growth lying, because it's where we see the future arena of commerce and society taking shape.
That's what he said at one of them. And I'm going to put a whole bunch of links up for you to look at with the various speeches he's given to the big corporations, and every major corporation attends the IBM Summits, you see. And the IBM also has one here, A Smarter Planet for a Sustainable Future, a talk he gave at the summit at START. START is the big organization for sustainability and the future, depopulation, etc, that Prince Charles is supposedly the head of, it also has another one. The Smarter States of America, from a talk he gave on July the 9th, 2010. I'll put that up too, and Smarter Cities Forum, that was in China, June 2nd, 2010. Intelligent Transportation Society of America, that means where you're all on foot or bicycles, of course. 2010, IBM Annual Meeting of Stockholders. Interesting if you go through their stockholders by the way, but you have to see who all attends their major meetings. Any corporation that's any corporation attends their world meetings. They're all one big club at the top, and they all work together. That's what you've got to understand. Otherwise, you truly would have competition and diverse ways of living. You don't. It's all getting streamlined into the same direction, everywhere, all the time, all the time.
And just before I go tonight. It's the last straw, folks. It's the last straw. You know they've modified everything out there. Your coffee bean was modified back in the 80s, because everybody drinks coffee, so they went for that, tea, everything that was commonly used to make sure they bioengineer you, dumb you down, make you stupid, and help you die earlier, you know. And the big companies are going after everything that you liked; tomatoes, so and so. Well, here's the last straw:
Sweet victory: DNA of chocolate in reach
That's it for me. There's nothing left to live for. Sept 15th. So they've gone and modified the cocoa tree. Cocoa tree, aw, that's it folks. What's left, eh? What's left? They've modified sugar beet, sugar cane, everything, and now they've gone for chocolate. Ughhhh. From Hamish and myself in Ontario, Canada, it's Good Night, and may your god or your gods go with you.
show covered in following links:
People Who Think "Too Much" Have a Problem--Scientist Say
Neuromarketing Comes Out of the Shadows
VIDEO: "The Century Of The Self" by Adam Curtis. Part 1 - 4
Banks Seize Record Number of Homes
"Upcoming Military Robot Could Feed on Dead Bodies" (foxnews.com) - July 15, 2009.
EATR: ENERGETICALLY AUTONOMOUS TACTICAL ROBOT
Soros Attempting to Sue Sun Media over Article Allegedly Exposing his Nazi Collaboration in WW2
IBM and Speeches by Sam Palmisano on Sustainability
and Video of Above
A Smarter Planet for a Sustainable Future
The Smarter States of America
Intelligent Transportation Society of America
2010 IBM Annual Meeting of Stockholders
Nothing Left to Live For--Scientists Genetically Modify Cocoa Trees--Bye-Bye Chocolate