Nov. 8, 2010 (#702)
Alan Watt "Cutting Through The Matrix" LIVE on RBN:
Poem Copyright Alan Watt Nov. 8, 2010:
New World Order -- All in the Family:
"As Info Releases, World Banner Unfurled,
We Can't Help but Find it's a Very Small World,
History's Movers, Shakers, Lauded or Hated,
In Their Tree of Life are All Inter-Related,
Linked with Foundations, the Agenda is Set,
Each a Globalist Eugenicist that I've Even Met,
Busy Life-Workers Each Working Their Role
Of Tearing Down Nations to Achieve the Goal,
Towards a Scientifically-Run, Ordered Planet,
Where People will Envy the Food for a Gannet,
As They Receive Their Dole of GMO Rice
From Rothschild India Co., Not Very Nice,
Yes, From Inception of Plan, No Waver Nor Swerve,
Toward Planetary Tyranny We've All to Serve"
© Alan Watt Nov. 8, 2010
Poem & Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - Nov. 8, 2010 (Exempting Music, Literary Quotes, and Callers' Comments)
Hi folks. I am Alan Watt and this is Cutting Through The Matrix on November 8, 2010. I always start off the show by suggesting people go into cuttingthroughthematrix.com and you will find hundreds of talks I’ve given over the past for free download; they are in audio form. All those sites you’ll see listed on the front page you should bookmark them in case you find sticking on the .com site. Sometimes I’ll even upload it to the .com site and Yahoo pulls it after an hour; that happened this weekend in fact. So if you have these alternate sites you can always get the latest show. They all carry a lot of transcripts too, for print up, of the talks, in English. If you want transcripts in other languages go into alanwattsentientsentinel.eu and take your pick from the languages available. Pass them around to your friends too because people, even with the internet it’s surprising how much you can do on a one to one basis with people when you first meet them. Remember too, you are the audience that brings me to you. I don’t accept money from advertisers, so far; I might have to eventually the way things are going. But you are the audience that brings me to you by donations and purchasing the books, CDs and DVDs that I have for sale. That’s what keeps me going. That’s it basically. I get a freer hand to go through the whole hour without bringing on guests who are often, really selling. That’s the way people make their money. That’s the way it works. There would be no radio stations at all if it wasn’t for commerce and advertising and so on. The ads you hear on this show are paid by the advertisers directly to RBN for the broadcast and it pays for their staff, equipment and their bills. So you have to help me with mine by purchasing the items I’ve got on the web sites. Or donating, people forget that they can donate. It doesn’t matter how much you can afford, $1, $2, who cares. It will all add up in the end, hopefully it will add up at the end of the month when the bills come in. It takes a lot of cash to put all of these sites up here. This is more than a job. It’s not a job, believe you me. It’s beyond even a vocation. It’s a necessity to get information out right now, at least for posterity if nothing else. So that someone, somewhere can teach some child how the past really was, and how we really went through the changes, and why we went through the changes, and who made it happen, because nothing happens in this world by itself. You’ll find out we’ve been guided by a hand for an awful long time. [Order and donation options listed above.]
That’s that part of it over. I don’t like to push it all night. I know how bad things are economically; I’m sure we all know it too. Lots of the people who email me regularly have lost their jobs over the last while. Some of them have lost their houses as well. Big shake-ups in the US and elsewhere as we start to feel the pinch of the so-called bank crashes that were nothing more than just time to burst the bubbles – that was all – and bring all the first world countries down into a lower status. The status was decided long ago, that once you’d finished off financing the third world countries up into being prosperous and so on and manufacturing, like China – we paid for all of that, the Chinese did not do it itself. We even trained their engineers before they had factories, in Canada and the States. That’s how it’s really going and we’re going to do the same with India and others. I'll be back with more on this topic after this break.
Hi folks. We’re back and we’re Cutting Through The Matrix. You know, Obama was over in India – because India is being promoted through The World Trade Organization, the Royal Institute of International Affairs and all the other big boys that are globalists – to be the next up-and-coming country, along with Brazil. They will match China eventually, and India too. Remember too, the World Trade Organization was the one who brought us GATT that allowed all the factories to move to China. So this is not going to be a great deal for America or anywhere else, to build India up as well. Never mind the incredible benefits they are given through the World Trade Organization. They don’t have to bother about pollution and all these restrictions, etc, etc. And any remaining businesses in America and Canada, you can count them on your hand probably, who want to move over there for cheap labor, and all the grant money that comes in from a thousand sources, will be paid by your tax money, the transport over there. If the companies themselves claim if they have lost money during the last 10 years, while they were over, they can extend their term of handouts and grants for another 10 years or more; the same deal as China got.
So here is Obama… and I love the words… I don’t know who his speech writer is for this one but they should really put him on the stage and just forget Obama. I’ve always said that about politicians; why bother with them when you’ve got the speech writers there, who write the speeches, the guys who know the agenda.
Obama acknowledges decline of US dominance
TNN, Nov 8, 2010 / indiatimes.com
Speaking at a town hall meeting in Mumbai, he said, "I do think that one of the challenges that we are going face in the US, at a time when we are still recovering from the financial crisis is, how do we respond to some of the challenges of globalisation? The fact of the matter is that for most of my lifetime and I'll turn 50 next year - the US was such an enormously dominant economic power, we were such a large market, our industry, our technology, our manufacturing was so significant that we always met the rest of the world economically on our terms. And now because of the incredible rise of India (Alan: And that’s the term for it, incredible. See, it’s not rising by itself. It’s just time to do it now and pump all the money in, and all the UN grants through the foundations get pumped into that too. They’ve got all their members out there raising cash for projects in India.) and China and Brazil and other countries, the US remains the largest economy and the largest market, but there is real competition." (A: So get the message here, you are going to compete with China and India folks. You know, a dollar a day.)
"This will keep America on its toes. (A: No kidding; you’ll have no shoes.) America is going to have to compete. There is going to be a tug-of-war within the US between those who see globalisation as a threat and those who accept we live in a open integrated world, (A: He means interdependent; that’s another term they use.) which has challenges and opportunities." (A: …for a few.)
The US leader disagreed with those who saw globalisation as unmitigated evil. But while acknowledging that the Chindia (A: That’s China and India.) factor had made the world flatter, he said protectionist impulses in US will get stronger if people don't see trade bringing in gains for them. (A: Well if you look at the balance of trade for the US for the last 20 years, since they built up China through their grants and all the rest of it, they PAID China to get them up, to get them off their feet. They PAID them to stand up. The West paid them. Remember, that was the long goal, the long goal for the Royal Institute of International Affairs/Council on Foreign Relations, going back further to the Milner Group as they called themselves, and the Cecil Rhodes Foundation who really brought in all the big foundations; the parallel government, globalization. Remember too, how Kissinger defined what Americans saw as terrorism. He said it’s those who oppose globalism. Remember that. Anyway, he says here, this speech writer that wrote this for Obama…)
"If the American people feel that trade is just a one-way street where everybody is selling to the enormous US market but we can never sell what we make anywhere else, then the people of the US will start thinking that this is a bad deal for us and it could end up leading to a more protectionist instinct in both parties, not just among Democrats but also Republicans. So, that we have to guard against," he said.
He pointed out that America, which once traded without bothering about barriers put up by partners, could not promote trade at its own expense at a time when India and China were rising. "There has to be reciprocity in our trading relationships and if we can have those kind of conversations - fruitful, constructive conversation about how we produce win-win situations, then I think we will be fine." (A: I like these terms they use, ‘win-win situations’; they are like fads that go through all these bureaucrats.)
Obama's remarks at the town hall meeting exposed his tremendous anxiety over the failure of his policies to spur the US economy fast enough and create jobs for Americans facing nearly 10% unemployment rate. (A: It’s way beyond 10% unemployment. And most folk who are working that email me have 2 or 3 jobs on the go, part-time jobs.)
However, his frank remarks on the need for US to square up to Asian competitors may also suggest that the spectre of action against outsourcing may recede as protectionist impulses may have to be balanced by the need to bag contracts to deliver more jobs in America. (A: It’s interesting too, he says here, near the bottom, that part of his job was to go over there to find work for Americans, to get jobs for Americans back home, I guess, I suppose. Or maybe we’re going to be boat-people right enough, going over to India and China to see if they’ll give us a job… maybe cleaning the dishes or something.)
In the context of his efforts to revive the US economy, the president clearly sees, as he wrote in an article, India and China as key drivers of economic growth.
As I say, they wouldn’t exist as such if we weren’t pumping the money in through all of the agreements that we’ve made, all the massive donations that were given via the UN, who then gets a lot of the big companies on board with them, and they match dollar for dollar investments in those countries. That’s how they brought China up too. And that was planned before I was born, to bring China up, by the way. Strange how folk can live through the changes and not even notice it. Most folk didn’t even notice that everything suddenly was made in China. They get their thoughts come through them by osmosis, by the air or something. It just gradually gets in there, some kind of vague idea… yeah, China is the manufacturer, it’s always been that way, hasn’t it? And that’s as far as they think, except for the ones who lost their jobs as the factories laid them off and uprooted and moved over. Again, they paid the tax money, in America and elsewhere to put the factories over there and set them up. Quite something isn’t it, eh? Quite something.
Here is another one too. It’s quite good, really. See, there is a dearth of news right now, except for the fact that there are a lot of con games going on. One of the con games, I noticed, is between the Greens, supposedly different factions of the Greens, environmentalists, over some documentary that was made. But don’t forget, this is all bogus. They have no fights and spats. They’re as disciplined as the communist party always was. They are restructuring to con the folk even better than they did before. Rather than appear to be so hard-lined on every single thing, all on board, with the same mantras, they’ve got to show us some dissent amongst them. Out of it will come a new, a new gentler greener authoritarian society, basically. So don’t be fooled by these articles they are putting out there. Remember, the IPCC also said at the United Nations, that it would have to restructure itself for the environmentalists and so on, and find a new way to present their information to the general public, meaning to go through better censorship and more factual data, with a spin on it, that’s more swallowable by the gullible public out there. That’s what it really means. You know, everything is politics and cons. Everything that’s going on is simply cons and politics.
If you notice too, I’ve often thought about this. Isn’t it weird, that after going through a lot of documentaries about China and Russia and the slaughters that they had, the purges and slaughters on the people, into the millions and millions, multimillions, in every country, were staved to death, killed, executed, all through their existence actually, you never hear any of the media come down on them for anything... because they were under the guise of communism. Like communism is a good thing now. Is that what they are telling us? Nazism was bad; that’s the only bad hat we’ve ever had, but communism was good. Have you noticed that? Because there are a lot of communists out in the open now; look at the guys behind Obama. Look at the guys who were behind Tony Blair and all the rest of them, and Brown, when they sang the red flag, at the end of each session. It’s up on YouTube and Google, by the way. You’ll see all the big ones there singing the red flag. That’s the communist flag for revolution, all the top members of parliament. So it’s fashionable for the communists to come out now and get on board with government, get appointed positions over the environment and stuff like that, and communitarianism. Here is an article from World Net Daily.
Oh, the irony! Look who's calling you terrorist!
Former Weather Underground (A: That was a former terrorist organization that existed in America.) leader worries about 'armed' tea parties
Posted: November 6, 2010 / By Drew Zahn / wnd.com
A former leader of a '70s protest group responsible for bombing the U.S. Capitol, the Pentagon, police stations and other targets is worried that "racist, armed, hostile, crazy-making" tea parties pose an "unspeakable" threat to America. (A: Well, they should go back to drinking coffee or something shouldn’t they, if it’s tea that’s doing it?)
Bernardine Dohrn, who with her husband William Ayers were leaders of the communist revolutionary Weather Underground, had been tied to so many acts of protest violence in the '70s that she was placed on the FBI's Top 10 Most Wanted List and was described by J. Edgar Hoover as the "most dangerous woman in America." (A: And they were setting off real bombs that were really killing people.)
Her association with Barack Obama notably led to Sarah Palin's famous comment during the 2008 presidential campaign that Obama had been "palling around with terrorists."
Dohrn, however, told an Indian news and views website that she's concerned about a new breed of protesters, the tea partiers, whom she describes as "a hard right emerging, an armed, new hard right with massive control of media." (A: That’s amazing. Here are communists coming out in the open, who were bombing people, and hitting anything that’s changing the agenda. See, the agenda has never changed folks. Remember Professor Carroll Quigley said that the Council on Foreign Relations was often mistaken to be a communist organization, but you had the top bankers running it and financing it.)
"It's racist, it's armed, it's hostile, it's unspeakable," she said. "White people armed, (A: white folks… I guess she doesn’t like white folk.) demanding an end to this president – it's very crazy-producing." (A: So she’s creating a lot of hype and nonsense. And here they are, out in the open, these characters, these bombers and killers, because you see communism was good, apparently. I'll be back with more after this break.)
Hi folks. I’m back and we’re Cutting Through The Matrix. You know, you get so sick of the same characters down through history. They are always devious. They are always paid and lobbied by someone else outside themselves, or that which you think they represent. How so easily they cry for war, it’s astonishing, the way they easily cry for slaughtering. These people never take part in the slaughters, mind you. They always get your young people to go off and do it for them. Of course, big business always profits incredibly with supplying military and equipment; it’s all blown up. Each thing that gets blown up has to be replaced, you see. Every bullet you fire has to get replaced. It’s a great business. Every shell that’s gone is gone; you’ve got to get a new one. Every bomb that’s dropped has to be replaced. It’s a fantastic business. Then of course, you’ve got all that plunder, with natural resources and so on, that you can steal from the former enemy as you call them. I’ve seen so many reasons for warfare it’s just astonishing. In ancient times the Romans used to say, we are going in to tame the barbarians and civilize them, you see. Civilization of course was awfully horrific because they slaughtered so many as they were teaching them how to be civilized. And nothing really has changed.
We’ve always got a dominant minority. Huxley said so himself and he knew this because he was part of one. They’ve got their helper minority, the ones that were scientifically bred; and I mean that because Huxley touched on that too. Just like in Plato’s Republic, they could actually breed certain classes for certain works and the Guardians would be at the top. Well, they really had it back then actually, and they have it today. It’s the same thing today. Here is a republican Senator who really, I guess, belongs with Bush there. It doesn’t matter, they’re all the same to me to be honest with you, because they’ve all signed the same ongoing agendas and treaties and agreements, to carry on, through their United Nations.
US senator calls for major Iran attack
Sun Nov 7, 2010 / presstv.ir
Influential Republican Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, known for his radical militaristic views and support for the Israeli regime said, "My view of military force would be not to just neutralize their nuclear program, (A: This is for Iran.) which are probably dispersed and hardened, but to sink their navy, destroy their air force and deliver a decisive blow to the Revolutionary Guard." (A: Remember, in the Bush era they called it ‘revolutionary democracy,’ invading to give them democracy, FORCED democracy in other words. Similar to the Catholic Church in ancient times when they basically had people convert at the point of a sword; that was your choice. Even if you didn’t understand what they were talking about, what kind of data they were talking about, or it made no sense to you, you had to nod your head or you would lose it. Nothing really has changed. It’s the same kind of thing today. So he is calling this the Revolutionary Guard even though there are more revolutions that come out of America to benefit other people, but never to benefit the Americans.)
Graham also sits in two major Senate committees of Armed Services and Homeland Security. (A: So he’s no little guy with a wish list. He’s up there with power.)
"In other words, neuter that regime," added Graham, who spoke at the Halifax International Security Forum on Saturday.
He also complained that the current US-sponsored anti-Iran sanctions are not “crippling.” (A: I guess he wants to see them dying off and starvation of children and women and so on, just like they did with Iraq, and Madeline Albright was awfully proud about that, before they gave her the job at NATO, where she still is by the way.)
In another recent speech before a conservative US think tank, the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, (A: You never think these think tanks, with the names of them, are to do with war, unless you understand the term ‘enterprise;’ it’s VERY important that you understand that term. “Bless us on this enterprise…” You’d better understand what ‘enterprise’ they are talking about. And the USS Enterprise and so on, the Star Trek stuff.) Graham last September had once again called for a direct US military intervention in Iran, insisting that it should not involve ground troops but should be launched by US warplanes and ships. (A: He wants to bomb it out of existence.)
Iranian officials have repeatedly condemned, yet mocked the US-led sanctions and described it as a great incentive for a major Iranian push towards progress and self-sufficiency. (A: Because they have stopped all imports coming in.)
Meanwhile, top Iranian leaders and military commanders have repeatedly undermined US and Israeli threats of military actions against the Islamic Republic, (A: I love how they put in ‘Islamic Republic’. They say it’s not a race war but they keep using terms like this. Very clever.) insisting that in case the US engages in such an adventure, the repercussions will be severe and wide-ranging.
Moreover, Iran has conducted numerous sea and air military exercises in the past year, showing off the capabilities of its new anti-ship and anti-air weaponry.
They’ve already got their plans drawn up to take out all of its infrastructure in Iran, just like they did with Iraq, and leave them literally in the Stone Age. Every well will be bombed. Every facility for cleaning water and so on, and processing water, will be destroyed. All their food production in areas will be utterly devastated. You’ll have the same mess as you’ve got in Iraq, and that’s what they want actually. That’s what they want. “There can only be one” as they say… and they love that phrase.
Here is an article about The Observer in Britain, a newspaper. It says…
How the Observer brought the WWF into being
It is 50 years since Julian Huxley, (A: He’s the brother of Aldous.) writing on the plight of African animals in the Observer, inspired the creation of the World Wildlife Fund
guardian.co.uk / Kate Kellaway The Observer, Sunday 7 November 2010
Read Huxley's original articles: article 1.1, 1.2; article 2; article 3.1, 3.2
(A: I’ll put up this link because it’s got the different links off it, to the original articles in the archives sections of The Observer that Huxley himself wrote. Remember, he was the first CEO of UNESCO. He was an ardent eugenicist. He was all for culling off all the weaker types, Mr Huxley. He got all the top awards for pushing abortions, and this, that and the other things, lots of nice shiny things to stick on his mantelpiece. I’ll read this when I come back from this break.)
Hi folks. I’m Alan Watt, we’re Cutting Through The Matrix, talking about Julian Huxley, SIR Julian Huxley of course, descendant of Thomas Huxley, the best pal of Charles Darwin and this little clique here that were all inbred by the way, the Huxley’s, Darwin’s, Wedgwood’s and the Benn’s and the whole bunch of them. And so was, by the way, John Maynard Keynes, from the Darwin family as well; the Huxley/Darwin family. They are all eugenicists, the whole bunch of them. They all ran this scientific formula; they believed they’d have to cull off an awful lot of people to have their wonderful paradise, for their birds and stuff, and all their little alligators and things like that. It says here…
According to Professor Lee M Talbot, an American ecologist and geographer who travelled with him across the Serengeti in the 60s, Huxley (A: Julian.) was "enthusiastic, gracious, friendly, rather quiet but authoritative, remarkably knowledgeable but always inquiring and visionary". He was key in "transforming conservation from a narrow concern to a worldwide, scientifically acceptable movement".
Dr Alexis Schwarzenbach, who is working on a history of the WWF, sums Huxley up as a complex liberal: "In favour of decolonisation, a scientist, ecologist and eugenicist. He knew conservation was about more than making a park and putting a fence round it – it was about social and economic contexts." (A: And it goes on and on and on, but you can actually get the links off here to read the articles that Huxley supposedly wrote for The Observer that kicked it off.)
Then you see all the big players that moved in immediately to back him; it was all designed that way of course because the Royal Society has an awful lot of friends and that’s what he belonged to as well. He also decided, too, to give you all your values, for the children to come, that sexual liberation would be taught at school, all that stuff, so that they’d end their family unit. That was all part of it. He talked about that in his own writings, if you bother to read them. This great helper of UNESCO, he made sure there’d be a standard worldwide education and that’s what you’ve got today, a same culture worldwide. “There can only be one,” once again.
Another thing is interesting here, for those in the Far East because I’ve talked for years and years, how the Royal Institute of International Affairs and the Council on Foreign Relations – both the same group by the way, one is just the American branch – had decided a long time ago to build up China, in the 30s actually. They said eventually, after this war, they wanted the coming World War II, that hadn’t happened yet, they’d eventually get a Pacific Rim Region on the go, which would coincide with free trade with the European Union, which they would be working at hard too. And they’d be conning the public under the guise of, it’s just a free trade agreement, you know, it’s just free trade, that’s all it is. Anyway, I’ve said for years, they WILL integrate, and that’s why they are integrating New Zealand and Australia and all these countries under China and so on. So this article is from APEC’s own web site. It says…
APEC Senior Officials finalize key initiatives for Leaders
apec.org / Yokohama / November 8, 2010
(A: APEC, that’s the Asia Pacific Economic Community; it’s a community now, just like the economic community for Europe. It was a community, very quickly, and now it’s dominated by a Soviet parliament.)
APEC senior officials have finalized recommendations for Ministers (A: That’s politicians.) and Leaders on a new economic growth strategy, possible pathways to a Free Trade Area of the Asia-Pacific and an assessment of progress on the Bogor Goals. (A: They always have these different meetings, and they love these names of where they held them, and where they signed the deals… Bogor.)
After two days of meetings, the officials from APEC's 21 member economies concluded discussions on the priorities to be presented to Ministers and Leaders this week on these key APEC initiatives developed during 2010.
The concluding Senior Officials' Meeting (SOM) (A: [Alan laughing.] SOM, Senior Officials’ Meeting, the SOM.) is part of a week of annual APEC meetings, held this year in the Japanese city of Yokohama, including the Ministerial Meeting, a gathering of trade and foreign ministers, the CEO Summit, the SME Summit (A: Maybe that’s sado-masochist or something for executives.) and the Leaders' Meeting on the weekend.
APEC members, which account for 40 percent of the world's population, 44 percent of global trade, and 55 percent of world GDP, has been developing a growth strategy which sets a vision for future growth in the region amid the changing economic landscape. (A: Now, China’s already gone into Australia to buy various businesses over and this is all the same thing they are doing with Britain right now in fact, as they sell off chucks of it.)
Against the backdrop of the 2008 financial crisis, APEC has developed the strategy which encourages improvement in the region's "quality of growth." The strategy aims to achieve balanced, inclusive, sustainable, innovative and secure growth. (A: And ya-da, ya-da, ya-da, ya. Anyway, it’s got it based on different 5 year plans, 10 year plans. Actually one of the 5 year plans was to end in 2010. That’s why they had this meeting just today in fact.)
A report on the assessment of progress by APEC economies towards the Bogor Goals was also discussed. Set in 1994, (A: That’s when they made the plan for 2010. They’ve now renewed it in 2010. All these what you think are communist organizations do the same thing with 10, 20, 30 year plans.) the Bogor Goals are a key commitment to realizing free and open trade and investment by 2010 for APEC's five industrialized economies and 2020 for developing economies.
"Based on an initial review it seems that the economies under assessment have made progress towards an environment that encourages trade among APEC members," said SOM co-chair Hidehiko Nishiyama, from Japan's Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry.
Thirteen economies, the five industrialized and another eight who have volunteered for assessment ahead of 2020, (A: That’s when the total integration will be up and running. No doubt they will have their own parliament then for the Pacific Rim Region.) have undergone a thorough assessment to measure their progress towards the goals. A report will be presented to Ministers and Leaders this week.
APEC has also been exploring possible pathways to a Free Trade Area of the Asia-Pacific or FTAAP, which is part of APEC's agenda on greater regional economic integration (A: Integration folks, economic integration… does that ring a bell?) to increase trade and investment and boost prosperity in the region. (A: etc. etc. etc.)
I’ll put these links up on my site at the end of the show. Read it for yourself, 1994, their Leaders’ Declaration then is on there from the Bogor institute. They talk about free trade, integration, and all that kind of stuff there just like the European Union. That was the purpose of it, too. As I say, they have their 5 year plans, 10 year plans, 20 year plans, and so on and so on and so on. And they call it a community now, just like the European community you see, which is a sub-factor of the global community I suppose as well. I’ll put that up for you to look at as well and peruse, if anyone is interested.
APEC ECONOMIC LEADERS' DECLARATION OF COMMON RESOLVE
1994 Leaders' Declaration
Bogor, Indonesia / apec.org / 15 November, 1994
This one I omitted last week because Britain and France have done a sort of deal where they’re now kind of merging militaries and so on, including the building of missiles. Britain does so much of the work towards it, France finishes it and so on. Cameron and Sarkozy met together and they are going to do something with the armies as well, it would seem, long-term cooperation measures and so on, which technically it will mean that Sarkozy is going to be the chief of all the armies, obviously, since he’s chief of France right now. And he is a paratrooper because they parachuted him in for the job, from elsewhere I should add to that, as everyone knows.
Will UK troops take orders from the French?
Sarkozy and Cameron to agree historic plans for armed forces
By Daniel Martin / dailymail.co.uk / 1st November 2010
Cameron and Sarkozy hail UK-France defence treaties
bbc.co.uk / 2 November 2010
Now, I just love it about public watchdogs in this lovely system that keeps telling us about equality and honesty and sharing and stuff like that. I haven’t seen a watchdog yet that isn’t more corrupt than the rest of them. Here is one here in Britain.
Spending watchdog (A: This is a government-run institution.) ran up £4.8m bill for hotels and used taxpayers' cash to fund gay rights workshop for staff
By Steve Doughty, Social Affairs Correspondent / dailymail.co.uk / 3rd November 2010
A public spending watchdog lavished millions of pounds on entertaining, staff parties and fine dining for its managers, it was revealed today. (A: I love how they tell you to cut back and be austere and eat your imported rice, you know, and all that kind of stuff, tighten your belt. And here they are having these massive parties, eh? It’s just like ancient Rome isn’t it? … They’re out of hand, at the end.)
Events funded by the Audit Commission for its staff included a gay rights workshop, a Christmas party at an exclusive restaurant and a ‘conflict management’ course. (A: [Alan laughing.] I guess the conflict part was to see how much can you put down on your expenses.)
The quango also paid £10,000 to sponsor a book to be published by the Smith Institute, a charity with links to Gordon Brown which was criticised in a Charity Commission investigation for allowing itself to appear too political.
More money went on landscaping the grounds around the commission’s offices (A: Well, he’s got to feel nice when he’s looking out that window; he’s not got much to do you know. So all these landscaped gardens and stuff, and flowers, will lift his spirits.) and a ‘stakeholder briefing’ at a golf and country club. (A: [Alan laughing.])
The spending was disclosed amid the row over the decision by Communities Secretary Eric Pickles to close down the quango which costs £230million a year to run and has around 2,000 staff. Mr Pickles (A: What a name too; he’s in a pickle now.) hopes to save £50million a year by handing its work auditing councils to private firms. (A: They call it outsourcing.)
According to figures released to MPs yesterday, the body spent nearly £4.8million on hotels over three years, with a further £730,000 going on hospitality provided in its own offices.
Among its payments was £15,025 to Steps Drama Learning Development for workshops using actors to illustrate race, gay and ‘work-life balance’ matters, while £3,851 went to Conflict Management Plus to teach managers at the quango how to deal with staff difficulties. (A: I guess that’s where they are fighting over the loot, eh?)
Restaurant and hotel spending included £13,470 to Leith’s at the British Library for an auditors’ conference; £1,250 to Nineteen in York for a staff Christmas party; three dinners for groups of MPs at the Royal Horse-guards in Westminster; and nearly £20,000 for a ‘senior stakeholder briefing’ at the New Connaught Rooms. (A: Boy I’ll tell you, they do pretty well with all of this, isn’t it? But they’re the watchdog, you see, to make sure that all your money is spent wisely. As I say, it’s just like ancient Rome isn’t it? It really is. It’s just like ancient Rome.)
As they’re getting ready for the big crunch that’s to come, and it’s going to come because I’ve told you before that 20-odd years ago they started to combine military forces with the police forces and they call it the Multi-Jurisdictional Task Forces. They even have them from Canada, from the police, special units, and they dress them up like soldiers and they go off to Afghanistan to get expertise in kicking down doors and killing people, and then they come back with their experience back to Canada. The US does it the same, and Britain does the same; they all do the same. Because you see, as we go into this wonderful integrated world, and interdependence of the world, and you import everything but export nothing because that’s how the balance of trade has been for about 30-40 years, then you are going to see the standard of life go down. And 5 agri-food businesses, which are really all one with the same shareholders, will dominate the world with food. That ties in with the UN because they want to dish out the food to its regions, under rationing systems. That is going to come. I’m not kidding you. We haven’t even been hammered yet, with all the money that we have to borrow from God knows who… I mean, who do we borrow the money from to bail out the banks? We know that we are all down, the taxpayers are all down as the collateral, the guarantors; you have to guarantee the payment of that over the next few generations or however long it takes with compound interest. This is the way it’s going here. Anyway, they know there is going to be a lot of hassle in all the countries. I’ve already read the articles from the military who have talked about outbreaks starting maybe in the Middle East and then spreading across the rest of Europe and America too. Well, they didn’t say why except that it could be to do with food and jobs and stuff like that. You know, basic things.
So the Royal Marines, that’s the commandos…
Marines take over Lympstone village as part of exercise
bbc.co.uk / 26 October 2010
A village in east Devon has played host to an armed forces exercise. (A: Host, I wonder if they had any choice in the matter.)
The Royal Marines took over Lympstone to learn how to respond to the changing nature of foreign conflict. (A: Yeah, sure.)
Exercise Final Nail 10, organised by Lympstone Commando Centre, is thought to be the first military operation involving an entire village.
Major Will Norcott said: "We're trying to expose young officers to the complexity of operation in amongst a real civilian population."
Most of the Royal Marines taking part in the exercise are preparing to go to Afghanistan.
Second Lieutenant Tom Lucy said: "It's good to come to places like this and practice.
(A: Listen to what he says now…) "You've got the civilian population, you've got the potential insurgents, (A: I guess they come from Yorkshire or somewhere.) so it's really good experience for us." (A: The ‘potential insurgents... and the civilian population,’ so it’s good experience for us. Believe you me, there are going to be riots down the road. They are all ready for it. As I say, they have been building up internal armies for 20 years for this, with what they had planned coming.)
They planned the crash. They planned the bubble burst, that would come out at the right time. And then Obama and all the rest of them come out and say, oh well, my goodness, American supremacy has just gone down the tubes, however you’ve got to fight the rest of the wars and pay up all the taxes, and keep paying The World Bank and all the money lenders that we’ve borrowed money from. Once that’s done of course, we’ll be the boat people going to China, I suppose, and India and Brazil, looking for work. Yeah. Jacques Attali knew what he was talking about when he wrote that in his book, Millennium: Winners and Losers in the Coming New World Order, a top guy at the United Nations. But folk don’t really care really, as long as they can get their junk food today and their GMO, and then they can go green and don’t eat meat, not that you can call most meat you’ll get at supermarkets today actual meat; I’m not sure what it is anymore. They have certainly altered all the cattle and the animals, you don’t know what you are eating except that it’s full of growth hormones and God knows what else, but it certainly doesn’t taste like meat. But we have to be meatless in the future, apparently. We’ll be like the peasants of India have been for thousands of years; it keeps you just strong enough to do your work, but not too bright that you will cause problems, and not too strong that you might want to run off from your job, you’ll be too tired at the end of the night to run off. That’s the ideal eugenics system.
There has also been a Memphis Pilot…
Memphis Pilot Who Rejected Full-Body Scan, Pat-Down
Files Lawsuit Against TSA
October 29, 2010 / newyorkinjurynews.com / Sandra Quinlan
Memphis, TN—The commercial pilot who rejected a full-body screening and pat down at Memphis International Airport has filed a lawsuit against the Transportation Safety Administration (TSA). The plaintiff contended the pending litigation seeks to dispute “the constitutionality of the new policies under the 4th Amendment,” according to an October 27, 2010 WMC-TV and a previous article titled, “Memphis Pilot Refuses Full-Body Scan, Pat-Down; Stands Up for Privacy Rights.” (A: I’ll put this up too on my web sites.)
Michael Roberts, a pilot with ExpressJet Airlines, filed the civil rights lawsuit after he refused to walk through a full-body scanner or allow TSA agents to frisk him. His refusal to comply with TSA regulations subsequently barred him from traveling to his job in Houston.
“I’m not against airline security, but this is not security in any stretch of the imagination… It’s not reasonable when you walk into the airport, and just because you want to fly on a airplane that they should strip search you, or physically put their hands on your crotch or feel your body from top to bottom,” explained Roberts.
While the TSA would not comment on the civil rights lawsuit, a spokesperson for the agency released the following statement:
“Advanced imaging technology is optional for all passengers. Passengers who decline to be screened using advanced imagining technology (A: X-rays, that is.) will receive alternative screening to ensure the safety of the traveling public. Anyone who refuses screening will be denied access to the secure area.”
So, it’s our way or no way, is what they are telling you here. I'll be back with more after this break.
Hi folks. We’re back and we’re Cutting Through The Matrix and I’ve talked before about the connections of these people and a reader did a little bit of research himself. I’ve got all of this stuff somewhere too, but he’s tying a few together as well; I did the same thing. It’s incredible how small a world it is. He says it himself how small this world is when you start investigating it. He says…
I myself was doing some research into the connection of certain people, one with another. It’s a very small world out there it seems. One of these strange connections I found was of Charles Darwin and the Keynes family. The descendants of Geoffrey Keynes are descendants of the Darwin/Wedgwood family. Geoffrey Keynes is the brother of John Maynard Keynes (A: That’s the guy that gave you your present economic system, you know, borrow-borrow-borrow, get-into-debt, get-into-debt, and help the banks out.) and married the granddaughter of Charles Darwin. One of the descendants is still alive of the Keynes family, Skandar Keynes, and in his Wikipedia article it says that he is also a far descendant of Anne Boleyn, thus connected to Queen Elizabeth the 1st and King Edward the 1st. Skandar is an atheist and an actor. John Maynard Keynes was a proponent of eugenics having served as the director of the British Eugenics Society from 1937-1944, as late as 1946. (A: And was the best pal, too, of Julian Huxley, because they were both on the same eugenics boards.) Before his death Keynes declared eugenics to be the most important, significant, and I would add, genuine branch of sociology which exists. (A: Sociology is all about eugenics folks, if you didn’t know that. That’s what really is at the top of it.) And this was from the remarks of the Galton Lecture Eugenics Review 38, pages 39-40. JM Keynes was highly homosexual, called the negros you-know-what, (A: and it has the name.) and knew Isaiah Berlin very well.
Isaiah Berlin by the way, is an awfully BIG player in all of this. He was the mentor of Tony Blair to bring in the communist world society where a rich elite would run it. Isaiah Berlin also came out with the idea and theory of the two freedoms, negative and positive freedom. He says it’s best to give the public a negative freedom; that’s what they have been working on, where they tell you very little, keep you in the dark, keep you pretty stupid, give you trivia. Where positive freedom, they get you to work like the communists, working for a big cause, like globalism, or environmentalism and all that stuff. Of course Tony wanted to know, from this mentor, is there any way we could blend the two together and have it work? They’d still be pretty dumb and all the rest of it, but they’d still work towards a common cause, like a better cause. You know, we’re all in it together stuff, we’re going towards a common purpose, a utopia of the future, after they’ve slaughtered an awful lot of undesirables off.
So anyway, people are doing their homework and they are finding the same connections over and over and over. I mean, here is one guy running UNESCO and here is a relative of his, John Maynard Keynes, giving you the Bretton Woods Agreement, giving you this whole farcical paper money system that we live on now, and nothing to back it, and compound interest, and who said the best way is to spend your way out of depressions by borrowing money, which of course future generations are going to have to pay, the same con game they just pulled on this last planned crash. And it was a planned crash folks. Keynes also said this was PART 1 of the Bretton Woods and he says that PART 2 would come after he was dead, he said, with a world integration system where we would spend money across the world and all the rest of it. No more nations in other words. All top commies, and again, John Maynard Keynes was one of the best pals and mentor of Victor Rothschild, who spied for Britain – not Britain actually, he was a spy on Britain. He worked at the top… in fact HE was the top honcho in charge of all the integrated security systems and organizations in the Cold War eventually. He sold secrets to Israel and to Russia at the same time. So that’s the wonderful crew that are still popping up down through time… with the same agenda. It never changes, eugenics and integration of the world, depopulation and so on.
From Hamish and myself from Ontario, Canada, it’s good night and may your God or your Gods GO with you.
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Obama, Globalization and Acceptance of Global
Integration, Free-Trade etc..
Hypocrisy Knows No Bounds---"Ex"-Terrorist Says the Tea Party is Dangerous
US Senator Calls for Major Attack on Iran
The Observer, Sir Julian Huxley and the WWF
Free Trade Community for Pacific Rim
APEC 1994 Bogor Agreement and Declaration
Sarkozy Grande Commander of British-French Forces
UK-France Defence Treaties
Spending Watchdog spent 4.8 Million Pounds---On Itself
British Marines Take Over Devonshire Village to Practice for Insurgency
Pilot Sues Over Full-Body Scan
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