December 29th, 2011 (#991)
Alan Watt "Cutting Through The Matrix" LIVE on RBN:
Poem Copyright Alan Watt Dec 29th, 2011:
No Time to Pause, Join the Cause:
"Knowledge is Passed Down Through Ages,
Sometimes by Seers, Prophets, Sages,
Who See the Evils Wicked Men Do
And the Horrors They Force Peoples Through,
Ignored, Ridiculed, They Never Cease
To Make Others Question, Why No Peace?
Armed with Knowledge, and Not Anointed,
Slow at Building Yet Never Disappointed,
These Souls Have Passed the Task to Us,
So Let's Quit the Squabbles and the Fuss,
Freedom's Handed On by Few Through Time,
So Join the Cause for Auld Lang Syne"
© Alan Watt Dec 29th, 2011
Poem & Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt – Dec 29th, 2011 (Exempting Music, Literary Quotes, and Callers' Comments)
Hi folks, I’m Alan Watt and this is Cutting Through the Matrix, on December the 29th, 2011. For newcomers, as always, I advise you to use the website cuttingthroughthematrix.com. You’ll find hundreds and hundreds of audios for free download there, and hopefully, you’ll understand the big system that runs the world, and all the illusions that it controls beneath it, including politics, and how we’re kept really in a matrix type system of reality. They’ve actually said that at the top, we give you your reality, and when we change it, you all talk about it, and then we change it again, and you follow it. They’ve actually said this from the top, the guys who run presidents. So, anyway, help yourself to the audios, and you’ll find out, as I say, shortcuts hopefully to this big system that runs the world, where they’re going, why everything is happening the way it is, and unfortunately we’re the canon fodder, they call us the cannon fodder generation that must go through all these changes in this century of changes as they call it. And when you look up cuttingthroughthematrix.com, you’ll find a whole bunch of sites there, they all carry audios, and transcripts as well for print up in English. Go into alanwattsentientsentinel.eu for transcripts in other languages.
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As I say, we are the canon fodder. That’s been said by Rockefeller and Rothschild in different talks they gave. And we are. Actually, one of them actually said that you can’t make an omelet without breaking eggs. And that’s how he’s referring to what they call this, this new technocratic society they’ve been planning, and actually working into existence for about fifty years or so, where experts rule.
And you’ll notice that too, experts rule above everything. You have maybe 500 lawyers working on a federal government, just to put out one omnibus bill. And the politicians never even read them, because there’s thousands of pages in there. So, really you’re already run by specialist groups who know what they contain, and what it’s all about and what the real reasons for the various wording happens to be. And that goes across the board in every other area as well, right down to schooling. So, we’re trained. And big players in the past, I might touch on some of them tonight, talked about this training, and the reality we would have and how they would alter that reality for each stage of the upgrade, as we’re all upgraded into austerity, globalism, the redistribution of wealth; the Communist plank of the manifesto of course was redistribution of wealth. It’s been done so slickly and easily now, it’s in the open. It’s in the mainstream. And nobody mentions Communism, except on talk radio, such as this one here at RBN. It’s just amazing that, isn’t it? Right out there, but, because people are so ignorant now, they don’t even know that’s one of the major planks of the Communist Manifesto.
So, as you get taxed out of existence, and taxed into the ground, taxed for your grave and taxed for the rental of the plot, you’ll find that it gets worse and worse and worse as we go on and on. Because we’re supposed to plummet as a post-consumerist society. And obviously, if all your cash is going in fees and fines and value added taxes, which must hit the States. That’s what the cap and trade was all about by the way. It’s a form of value added tax. That was made specific at the Royal Institute of International Affairs, that every country under free trade must adopt value added tax. It doesn’t matter what they call it. So, they decided on cap and trade for the US. And they’re really furious that that stuff was leaked out by Wikileaks to do with the fake global warming and all the rest of it. Back with more, after this break.
Hi folks, I’m back, Cutting Through the Matrix. And, as I say, this time of year, of course, as we come to the close of this year, and we watch all the hype getting on television, of course, and through regular media about, oh, the Mayan prophecies, oh my god, and all this nonsense. And they sucker the people. We love these stories, though, really don’t we? It’s kind of like stuff you drift off to sleep with, and ooh, your imagination goes a riot. Apparently Nostradamus has made a comeback too. They’re putting everybody in there. And it’s interesting that even the intelligence services have used Nostradamus before, many times before. World War II, Hitler used it for Poland. He dropped thousands of leaflets trying to explain that this is why Germany would eventually rule them. Psychological warfare. Where Britain hired another specialist in the area, and he reinterpreted the Nostradamus quatrains and that said that oh, Germany would be defeated, etc, and he got all these different animals, symbols, they were all the animals, the flag symbols that would come against them and defeat them. And so, they’ve used this before. And I thought it awfully interesting, the New Age is using them now on mainstream television, to again, make people think something really amazing is going to happen this year. Amazing things always happen. It’s just that we’re too stunned to believe that they really happened. But it’s quite interesting as I say, to see psychological warfare being used on every front that there is. Because, you see, if you think it’s all true then there’s no point in doing anything. Just sit back and let it happen. You can’t change it if it’s fate, right? That’s how it works.
We’re watching, as I say, the end of really a phase of world government, towards world government. And you’ve got to go back, remember, to before even the League of Nations, then to the League of Nations, and then the United Nations, and then the signing of the charter of the United Nations, at the end of World War II, and every country signed on board, really to go into a global government system. Every single representative did that. And there was one good book put out by a guy who attended the meeting in San Francisco. And he worked, along with Alger Hiss, on drafting up the charter. They were all Communists, of course, and this Canadian admits he was a Communist too. And he worked with a guy who also became prime minister of Canada for a while, who was also there. But they made no bones about it at the time, this was for world government. Again, a specialized type of government, the idealized Soviet system. And the banks were all on board with it and everything else, because they don’t care, you know, which side. They created both sides anyway. So, they don’t care which side appears to be running for a hundred years or so. They’ll manage them and profit all the way.
So, it’s interesting to see us come to this stage, as I say, 2012, even when they give releases in major media about integrations of continents, like NAFTA, going further and further, and we’re sharing all our information. We’re even sharing certain taxes now and import duties, things like that. And all intelligence services. Cops can come right into Canada now wearing their guns, from the US, and vice versa. They still say, “oh, no, we still have individual countries,” and we go through this nonsense, and that’s all it is in the meantime. They’ll get what they want, because they got it with Europe. And look at the mess of Europe. You know, they’d rather everyone starve to death than admit that they were wrong, it’s not going to work. That’s what the fanatics do, you see. But they will go ahead, same way in America.
And, of course, we’re all funding, from Canada, the US, and other countries, we’re still funding the up-and-coming countries, the ones that they’ve decided, the high chutzpahs at the United Nations decided were to come up and be part of the industrialized societies, like China. We’re still funding China for hospitals and things. They’re still classed as a Third World country. And they can keep claiming money from us for all kinds of things for another twenty years or so if they want to. And now it’s the same with India, and some Latin American countries as well. And you think that’s all fair. Well it’s all your cash money that’s building it up for private corporations to own. And no one, no one says anything about it.
You know, the bankers, as I say, have been behind this for an awful, awful long time. Tremendous, powerful system, the bankers, the private banking system. Totally corrupt. It’s actually a special interest group in reality. That’s what it really is. It’s a particular special interest group. And they’ve been running this game for centuries. They know how to get wars going, how to take over countries, how to get their bids in before the wars are finished, for whatever they’re after in that country, and they always get what they want.
Now, everyone I’m sure, who’s listened to alternate radio knows the history of the Federal Reserve. And if you haven’t you should read the books that are out there on it. Jekyll Island is one of them. There’s also the one put out, the biography by Colonel Mandell House. An excellent book to read, because he was really behind it too. He ran President Wilson. He was the man who ran the puppet Wilson. And Mandell House also was a member of the British society, the Royal Institute of International Affairs, at that time, and the Milner Society. He worked with Lord Grey, who drafted up everything for America, for many, many years, including the Federal Reserve System that they wanted to get in place. And Lord Rothschild was part of that group as well. So, read Colonel Mandell House’s diary if you’re really interested.
Now, where was I going with this? Okay, this article here is:
Audit of the Federal Reserve Reveals $16 Trillion in Secret Bailouts
(Alan: And it will be way more than that, because they knew it was going to come, this audit, so they always fudge figures. It says:)
The first ever GAO (Government Accountability Office) audit of the Federal Reserve was carried out in the past few months due to the Ron Paul, Alan Grayson Amendment to the Dodd-Frank bill, which passed last year. Jim DeMint, a Republican Senator, and Bernie Sanders, an independent Senator, led the charge for a Federal Reserve audit in the Senate, but watered down the original language of the house bill(HR1207), so that a complete audit would not be carried out.
(A: So it’s not a complete audit, right.)
(A: The man with the bankie. I love that name, eh.)
(pictured to the left), Alan Greenspan, and various other bankers vehemently opposed the audit and lied to Congress about the effects an audit would have on markets. Nevertheless, the results of the first audit in the Federal Reserve’s nearly 100 year history were posted on Senator Sander’s webpage earlier this morning:
(A: And I’ll put up this link at the end of the broadcast tonight, at cuttingthroughthematrix.com. And you can read up the actual link itself from Senator Sanders. It says:)
What was revealed in the audit was startling: $16,000,000,000,000.00 had been secretly given out to US banks and corporations and foreign banks everywhere from France to Scotland. From the period between December 2007 and June 2010, the Federal Reserve had secretly bailed out many of the world’s banks,
(A: Now, these are all private banks too, and a lot of centralized banking systems. In other words, they’re bailing out their pals. They’re all central banks, privately owned, but they’re connected. They’ve always been connected together by a special interest group. So, it says:)
The Federal Reserve likes to refer to these secret bailouts as an all-inclusive loan program, but virtually none of the money has been returned and it was loaned out at 0% interest.
(A: Well, that’s what you do for your friends, eh.)
Why the Federal Reserve had never been public about this or even informed the United States Congress about the $16 trillion dollar bailout is obvious — the American public would have been outraged to find out that the Federal Reserve bailed out foreign banks while Americans were struggling to find jobs.
(A: And I should say, losing all their houses too.)
To place $16 trillion into perspective, remember that GDP of the United States is only $14.12 trillion. The entire national debt of the United States government spanning its 200+ year history is “only” $14.5 trillion. The budget that is being debated so heavily in Congress and the Senate is “only” $3.5 trillion. Take all of the outrage and debate over the $1.5 trillion deficit into consideration, and swallow this Red pill: There was no debate about whether $16,000,000,000,000 would be given to failing banks and failing corporations around the world.
In late 2008, the TARP Bailout bill was passed and loans of $800 billion were given to failing banks and companies. That was a blatant lie considering the fact that Goldman Sachs alone received 814 billion dollars. As is turns out, the Federal Reserve donated $2.5 trillion to Citigroup, while Morgan Stanley received $2.04 trillion. The Royal Bank of Scotland
(A: Which is owned by the government of England, 80% actually)
and Deutsche Bank, a German bank, split about a trillion and numerous other banks received hefty chunks of the $16 trillion.
(A: So, that’s why you pay taxes, you understand. You pay taxes, supposedly so that the government gives back to the people vital services and things. That’s what they claimed initially. But no. They help out each other. That’s what it is. Because it’s a big club, you see, or a special interest group, as I say, the Central Banking scam. So, it says:)
When you have conservative Republican stalwarts like Jim DeMint (R-SC) and Ron Paul (R-TX) as well as self identified Democratic socialists like Bernie Sanders all fighting against the Federal Reserve, you know that it is no longer an issue of Right versus Left. When you have every single member of the Republican Party in Congress and progressive Congressmen like Dennis Kucinich sponsoring a bill to audit the Federal Reserve, you realize that the Federal Reserve is an entity onto itself, which has no oversight and no accountability.
(A: And they’re right about that, because, you’ve got to understand what it is, and who runs it. Why is it always the same special interest group that runs it? Why is that? Why is it when they do go into any inquiry, they actually say, as you’ve heard this year, in fact, that they’re doing god’s work? What god is this? What has god got to do with cash? unless you understand the particular god they’re talking about. But they’re quite serious about it. It’s not a sneer. It’s amazing the things that come across, and we hear them, and we don’t want to take them in, because it makes no sense to most folk at the time, so we dismiss it. These guys don’t say a darn thing without very good intention. Anyway, that’s the sort of thing. And it’s still going on, of course. You’ll just keep dishing out trillions for more and more and more, forever more. It says:)
The list of institutions that received the most money from the Federal Reserve can be found on page 131 of the GAO Audit and are as follows.
And it gives you a whole list of the countries. Even Switzerland was getting bailouts. And Credit Suisse as well. My God. Everybody’s in there. It’s a list of who’s who. Back with more, after this break.
Hi folks, I’m back, Cutting Through the Matrix. And another link I’ll put up tonight too, it’s from the Canadian government on the perimeter security and economic competitiveness, it’s called, meeting that they had. It’s all the stuff that came out of this. They’ve had umpteen names for it. They’ve had security and peace and prosperity partnerships. And these are all laws that are put into effect, you know. And they don’t get taken off when the next bunch come out. They just stay there. And then accumulatively, you’ve got an integrated governmental system for both countries. Canada, the States and Mexico. Anyway, it says, Perimeter Security and Economic Competitiveness. Now, this is the latest one. That’s not really interesting, that part. The part is when you get into the rest of the Action Plan as it says. And there’s lots of links on this pilot project, and privacy, security, economy, jobs, growth, which is the free trade of goods and people supposedly, or labor, I should say. What the action plan will deliver to Canadian taxpayers, a massive debt. We know that one. You don’t have to look that one up. And it’s got lots and lots and lots of links. How they’re going to implement the joint action plan. The different organizations, these new governmental technocratic agencies they’ve set up to deal with it all, you see, which eventually becomes your new government, in fact. And there’s lots of them. Agriculture, food, everything is involved here. And what it means for you and everyone else. It goes on and on. It’s a huge thing. I’ll give you the links for that one.
And also there’s another one, called the Joint Action Plan for the Canada/United States, Regulatory Cooperation Council. So, we’ve got a Regulatory Cooperation Council as well. Here’s another part of this intermediate government, the one between them, and stacks of links here as well. It covers everything. Marine, agriculture, marketing, all food, travel, transportation, health. Everything. It’s just a new type of government, you see. And eventually the old governments just will fade away. They’ll just, you know, fade off it, and fall apart, and this is left there, like a brand new building. That’s how they do it. That’s how they did it in Europe. Same idea as that. Then, when you’ve got all these different agencies they created, they just join together, and that was the new government. That was how it was done. And we all lived through it, of course, because most folk don’t know about it. And the mainstream don’t give it any, well, talk at all, basically. They give you a one-liner and that’s it. So, everything goes ahead as planned, because they’re on a real rush now, you see.
And, as we go through these changes, things will get mad. Things already have gotten mad, as you well know. And stupid, and crazy, with the TSA in the States, and all these laws about what you can take with you, what you can’t take with you, if you’re crossing a border. And they’ve got it across the whole world now. It’s just madness across the world, because now you’ve got bureaucracies, a whole bunch again, a new type of government of bureaucracies and bureaucrats, making new laws themselves, and just ramming it through. There’s no discussion in any parliament about it. And this is quite a funny one in a sense, but it’s from Britain. It tells you how silly it is.
Sorry, sir, your pot of plum jam is a terror risk: Food writer
(A: This is the guy who writes about food. He’s a columnist. Was:)
banned from taking homemade conserves with him on the plane
He was visiting Ireland to try and help small rural producers boost exports of their produce.
But British food and drink expert James Crowden found himself in a sticky situation at Dublin Airport - when security confiscated pots of homemade jam from his hand luggage.
(A: I mean, it’s just so ridiculous, isn’t it?)
And the irony was not lost on the award-winning author. ‘It was like a situation in a Flann O’Brien story,’ he told the Irish Daily Mail yesterday, referring to a series of satirical Irish novels.
‘I was over trying to help small rural producers and I couldn’t get out of the country with the stuff myself.
(A: Ha, ha, ha. So, how are they going to export this stuff, eh? He couldn’t get it out of the country himself.)
It was ironic at the very least.’
Mr Crowden had been invited by Bord Bia to speak to apple growers and cider producers in Drogheda about the future of artisan cider-making.
He then visited Granard, Co. Longford, where he has ancestral roots, and purchased some jam.
‘I was in the Greville Arms and I bought three jars of jam: Apricot, plum and blackberry. They were going to be a present for my father, who himself is a very good jam-maker,’ Mr Crowden said.
The jams cost £2.10 each
(A: That’s kind of expensive. But everything is expensive over there now.)
When he tried to leave the country the next day, his hand luggage was searched by security who seized the jam – which was in jars larger than regulations allow.
(A: I mean, this is bureaucracy gone mad, you understand. It’s just silliness and stupidity. How did we ever function before? Have you ever wondered about that? Before 9/11 and all that. We got by pretty good, didn’t we?)
According to the Dublin Airport Authority website, ‘only liquids in containers of 100ml or less, fitting comfortably into a one litre transparent plastic bag (approximately 20cm x 20cm) when fully closed, are permitted’.
An indignant Mr Crowden said: ‘All I was told was that the container was wrong. I was surprised because the jam was very solid.
So, they classify it as a liquid, even though it’s obviously a solid. It’s a jam, you know. Anyway, what they claim, that the authorities claim, is that all the stuff they confiscate they put up at auction every year, and who knows where it will go to. They’ll probably say a charity or something. But this is the kind of silliness and stupidity you get at Canada too, crossing the border into the States, and vice versa. Just madness. As I say, how did we ever survive before all this incredibly expensive nonsense of security, security, x-rays and cancers from them, and all that. Hmm? And another article too, I’ll get back on this one after this break. I can hear the music coming in now, so back in a minute or two.
Hi folks, this is Alan Watt and we’re Cutting Through the Matrix. Now, everyone knows of Richard Haass, who is the head of the Council on Foreign Relations for the US, and much of the world in fact. And how they are simply the big branch belonging to the Royal Institute of International Affairs, which came out of the Milner group, which planned this whole world society in the first place. They set up the wars. They have experts in everything. They work with the intelligence agencies, many of them are in the intelligence agencies in fact, and many in the intelligence agencies are recruited from the CFR in the US. So, it’s all one big, happy family, as they do their geopolitics across the world, but Haass was on in an interview on ABC News, with Ms. Amanpour. And Amanpour is putting up the cheers and the ha-ha, rah-rah stuff that the Arab Spring was successful and:
Gone are many of the autocratic regimes of the Muslim world.
(A: And stuff like that)
Mubarak has been deposed, Gadhafi is dead. And what's sprouting is democracy, but also considerable uncertainty for the United States.
And that's where we begin our discussion today. Joining me at the table are Richard Haass, president of the Council on Foreign Relations and Robin Wright, senior fellow of the U.S. Institute of Peace and author of the new book, "Rock the Casbah: Rage and Rebellion Across the Islamic World."
(A: This is all done by the West, the Western powers. Mr. Haass knows this, because he’s part of it. So, he asks if Haass agrees with it. And Haass says this. Well:)
Potentially. And so I disagree with two things you said, if I might. First is I wouldn't use the phrase "Arab Spring." Springs last for three months; this is going to last for three decades. Springs are good. This may not be.
(A: It’s going to last for thirty-odd years before they get a glimmering of democracy. That will be with all the internal fighting that will be fed by the West, the US and Britain will keep them fighting each other now for thirty-odd years. They’re completely dysfunctional, in other words, and they can get robbed blind. The little gang leaders come up and they’ll look after the oil fields for the biggest companies, but the people themselves get robbed blind, and that’s exactly the system that Brzezinski said that he would like to see across that whole region, keep them fighting forever and then they’re of no consequence whatsoever. So, here’s Haass agreeing with that. It’s going to be at least thirty years before there’s any beginning or glimmer of the start of a democracy. He says:)
Second of all, I don't think it's fair to say democracy is sprouting. What we've seen is the overthrow of some authoritarian regimes. We don't have the basics of democracy. We don't have civil society. We don't have constitutionalism, we don't have checks and balances. We'll only know if we have democracy again, years if not decades forward.
So, that’s how it really is. That’s the plan, folks. And that’s really what it’s all about. Keeping them dysfunctional in those countries forever. These were countries that had big modern cities and everything, you know. And universities. In Libya, everybody got to go to university for free. And when you got married, you were given a home to rent free, and everything else. They truly were the epitome of the true socialist society. And all the cash from the oil, a lot of it, most of it, was going back to the people in one way or another. But again too, it’s not good for the big oil boys. They want to own. They want the stuff for nothing. A gift. They want the military to go in, and hand them a gift of so many oil fields and the big water projects too, don’t forget that. That’s the real reality of the world that we live in. But folk don’t want to talk about that. But, as I say, that ties in with Brzezinski’s long-range plan for that whole region, keep them fighting, keep supplying arms to different little gang members, and keep them fighting forever, while you just plunder the oil and everything else that they have. And get it awfully cheap too.
And then you find this wonderful Council on Foreign Relations again, that puts out their own magazine, called Foreign Affairs. Everybody, every author is a member of the CFR. And, in fact, any major author of anything, any book, to do with world affairs, military affairs, whatever, is always a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, folks. I’m not kidding about that. I might put up that list again of all their experts that they have that advise all governments across the planet. And here’s what they had in their Foreign Affairs magazine.
Time to Attack Iran
(A: Who the hell are they to say we should go and attack Iran? Did you elect these guys in, this private organization? No. It says:)
Opponents of military action against Iran assume a U.S. strike would be far more dangerous than simply letting Tehran build a bomb. Not so, argues this former Pentagon defense planner. With a carefully designed attack, Washington could mitigate the costs and spare the region and the world from an unacceptable threat.
(A: Well, why did they let India get the bomb? Why did they let China get the bomb? Why did they let Pakistan get the bomb? So, why can’t Iran get the bomb? Hmm? We know that though, don’t we? We all know that, where it’s situated and all the rest of it. Plus they must annihilate the remnant of the one lasting religion there is, apart from the other one that’s still there, but they’ve got to eliminate this threat. Albert Pike talked about this, a long time ago. And it says:)
MATTHEW KROENIG is Stanton Nuclear Security Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations and the author of Exporting the Bomb: Technology Transfer and the Spread of Nuclear Weapons. From July 2010 to July 2011, he was a Special Adviser in the Office of the U.S. Secretary of Defense, responsible for defense strategy and policy on Iran.
(A: So, there you are, this private group put their guys into bureaucratic positions across the planet, and into top jobs, all across, just like Carroll Quigley said in his book, Tragedy and Hope, and the Anglo-American Establishment. He was their historian for this group. He says that’s what we do. We put our guys all through government. All presidents and prime ministers have been our boys for a hundred years. It says:)
In early October, U.S. officials accused Iranian operatives of planning to assassinate Saudi Arabia’s ambassador to the United States
(A: This was fake too, you know.)
Iran denied the charges, but the episode has already managed to increase tensions between Washington and Tehran.
In other words, get the propaganda going, demonize the enemy, set up some ridiculous situation, and we’ve seen this so often, you take no notice of them at all. So, anyway, they just want an excuse to finish it off. And of course, even Israel is saying the same thing. Finish them off. Syria and Iran. Get the job done, and that’s really what it’s about. The Council on Foreign Relations. You see, I would never vote anybody in, that was a member of any society, that was semi-secret, as they like to call themselves, whether it’s Freemasonry, or CFR, who are globalists. They want a world government, again, authoritarian world government. They work with the Club of Rome, they all work together. They work with the bankers, because remember too, one of their inner function is top bankers. They’re part of the inner temple of the CFR, the world bankers. Milner and all his boys who started it off were bankers, international money lenders, to nations. Another article too is to do with:
More than half of Twitter and Facebook users risk jail EVERY DAY
(A: This is them getting you conditioned to start to be wary of the net now, so that you start, you’ll train yourself in other words, train yourself not to do what you used to do. That’s what they’re really telling you here.)
• More than two-thirds would upload copyrighted material to the internet
• More than half couldn't identify a defamatory statement
• A third were unaware that organising looting via Facebook or Twitter was illegal
(A: It says:)
Tweeting and posting messages on Facebook are part of many people’s daily routine – but more than half of users risk possibly lengthy jail sentences by not understanding how the law affects them when they’re online.
(A: I’ve said this for years. They’ll give you the darn thing, put lots of porn on it, to make sure everybody got into it, and that’s really how it worked. Most folk knew nothing about the internet, except, there’s lots of porn. The mainstream media kept telling you, oh, there’s lots of porn. And once everybody was hooked on it, then in would come the mainstream media, on to there as well, and then when they took away all the dissenting voices, that were giving you alternate news, you’d be left with, you’d still have the porn maybe, I don’t know. But you’d be left with mainstream, and laws and regulations. But, because you’re already hooked on it, you see, you won’t change your ways and just toss it out the window. So it says:)
A study by online advice site knowthenet.org.uk found that a worrying number of young people had no idea that while they’re online, they could be breaking copyright and privacy laws, making defamatory remarks or even inciting riots.
The survey comes after two people were jailed for four years each for attempting to incite a riot on Facebook this summer.
(A: I think that was in Scotland, actually.)
Jordan Blackshaw and Perry Sutcliffe-Keenan, from Cheshire, received....
Yeah, well, there was two guys in Scotland, as well, that got the same sort of thing. So, you can’t just say, oh, let’s go and loot, or let’s join the rioters. That’s called inciting rioting, so really, they’re training you now to be wary. Most folk won’t be wary at all, mind you. They’re so brainwashed with it.
And one place I would have loved to have been when this happened, it says:
Vatican throws light on history as it opens secret archives
(A: Now, I’ve seen documentaries on this over the years, and they’ll always show you these long rows of pigeonholed corridors, going on forever it seems, with scrolls in it, with the wax seals on them still unbroken often, from the 1500s. And kings and queens, and when things were really happening, and wars were really happening. So they were getting it first-hand from the people at the top of all countries, as opposed to what we get in the history books. So, I guess they’ll never really ever give us much of a show of what this stuff really contains. We must always get the fake version of history, you see. It says:)
As the confidential correspondence of popes, princes and potentates, the Vatican Secret Archives have been jealously guarded for centuries.
(A: And it shows you some of them, some of the scrolls there.)
The papers are kept on 50 miles of shelves at the Vatican
(A: 50 miles of shelves, eh? At the Vatican. Oh, I’d love to get lost in there for the rest of my life. It says:)
They relate to Henry VIII, Galileo and Martin Luther among others
The priceless documents span more than a millennium
(A: A thousand years.)
(A: It shows you some of the statues they have too. They have an incredible, incredible museum there. They were even opening up parts of the Vatican that were closed for hundreds of years. And they’re just stacked with all these gifts that they got over the years from different countries, all this wonderful stuff that they were given, Etruscan bronze statues, stuff like that. Of course, the Etruscans were there long before the Vatican Church. Anyway, it says:)
But now 100 of the most historically significant documents held by the Vatican's Secret Archives are to go on public display in Rome
(A: So, they’ll be very tame, I’m sure.)
– the first and probably last time that they will leave the buttressed stone walls of the tiny city state.
(A: And what do they give you? The usual stuff that’s kind of popular. Something about:)
the Knights Templar to Galileo, Martin Luther and Henry VIII.
They are normally kept in air-conditioned, climate-controlled rooms in the Vatican's Apostolic Palace, which boasts more than 50 miles of shelves, as well as in a high-security underground bunker.
Oh, that would be something to see. Something to see. Because you see, we get fake history. In fact, we’re living through fake history. We’re making it right now, and it’s fake history we’re getting. As they try to say that Iran is going to attack the World and all the rest of it, and oh, we’ve got to get them, they’re going to attack the whole world. And we’ve been through this with every country for years now, as they demonize your enemy, and then he becomes solid in your mind, as an enemy. And then you don’t give a darn when they go and slaughter them all, you know. But at the Vatican, they’ve got the stuff from the guys at the top, from all these countries, that were there at the time for hundreds and hundreds of years.
Now, this article too is to do with how stupid and crazy and mad things are. Remember now, you’re looking at the rest of your life under terrorism. I hope you all realize that. I’ve said that for years, when this comes in, it will be for the rest of your lives. They’re not going to say one day, oh the world’s gone all peaceful again, and we’re dropping it all tomorrow at 4pm. It won’t happen. It’s never going to happen. They need this also for their technocratic society, where everyone has got to be monitored and predictable in your behavior. They wrote about this 80 years ago, a hundred years ago, this society and this time they’ve brought in, upon us all. It says:
Philip Hensher: A warship in the Thames is taking security too far
(A: And they’ve got:)
Surface-to-air missiles? An army of 42,000? Wellington only needed 68,000 at Waterloo
The security precautions being taken for the Olympics are not only gigantic in their extent, but seem to be increasing every day. It's the inflationary tendency within security advice that should concern us, not its temporary extent. When something shows signs of growing bigger and bigger, with no tendency to deflate, it's up to us to question the power these things are acquiring over our lives. The madness of the Olympics is one thing. We should worry about this madness becoming normal,
(A: It’s normalizing madness, you see.)
and the security industry taking over our everyday lives.
(A: And he goes on about:)
I enjoyed Lord Coe's most recent statement about the security to be deployed. I thought it had real comic potential. He said, in case you missed it, that "there has to be proportionality here. You don't want people coming to London thinking they've walked into siege city,
(A: Well, you have.)
being filmed every 20 paces
(A: Which you are.)
they take and being bundled off pavements.
(A: By security guys.)
It's certainly not what you're going to get legacy tourism from. There is no appetite for risk."
Particularly amusing is Lord Coe's promise that people who come to London are not going to be filmed every 20 paces.
(A: And of course, this author actually walked about 20 paces down Clapham High Street, and he says, you definitely do get photographed hundreds of times walking down that little bit there. He says:)
Let's take a look at some of these "proportional" measures, and how they have grown in recent months. The number of security personnel within the venues is increasing from 10,000 to 23,700 – let us not be cynical, and suggest that the advice came from people keen to see the 100 metres final – and 12,000 extra police and 6,000 soldiers will be on the streets.
(A: This is for the Olympics.)
A warship is to be deployed in the Thames – what against, the Spanish Armada? Surface-to-air missiles will be on standby.
Let me just write that again: surface-to-air missiles will be on standby. Well, I've been on holiday in some fairly unlikely places, including Khartoum in the middle of a civil war. I amused myself by driving up and down slowly outside the Presidential palace, where the bored military will salute you if you lower the window and make an ambassadorial gesture. But this is London. Warships? Surface-to-air missiles? An army of 42,000? Wellington only needed 68,000 at Waterloo. What kind of "proportionality" is being served here?
Of course, nobody knows what "proportionality" means
(A: And what does it mean? It’s meaningless. You know. It’s like stretching an elastic band, how far do you want to stretch it? It says it means:)
until the threat emerges, and the defensive measures are shown to be grossly inadequate, or totally unnecessary. If somebody decides to explode a dirty bomb outside a crap Clapham bar tomorrow, making the area uninhabitable for years to come, then I don't think surface-to-air missiles will be much use. On the other hand, if the biggest threat turns out to be a nutty jihadi on a soap-box on the Common, the surface-to-air option starts to look like an expensive waste of time.
(A: I mean, you would cause as much damage using one of the darn things as probably letting something go off. It will probably be locked into all things that move in the sky. You know, the javelin thrower or the discus thrower will throw the darn thing, and ping, it will get locked on to with one of these surface-to-air missiles, and you’ll see the explosions. They’ll probably all applaud, thinking it’s part of the act. That’s how dumb folk are now, you know. Anyway, it says:)
The security industry, which by now contains some of the largest employers in the world, and the military industry with which it overlaps, have this in common with other major industries. They constantly need to expand, to find new sources of income and enterprise. If they can persuade customers that they require new security measures, however exotic, they will have succeeded in exactly the same way that the fashion industry survives by persuading rich women that they absolutely must have an expensive new handbag.
Back with more, after this break.
Hi folks, I’m Alan Watt. We’re back Cutting Through the Matrix, and we’ve got time for a caller. There’s Ken on the line from Fort Worth. Are you there Ken?
Okay, that’s good, because I don’t have much time anyway, because I was wanting to say that I’ll be off until next Tuesday, I think it is. And I should really wish you all a Good and Happy New Year, regardless of the circumstances we’re going through. At least we’re awake. Isn’t that something? Technically, by all odds, we should all be the walking dead. And we’re not, which gives us some hope for the future, after all. Because, you’ve got to understand that these waves that are set out against us take sometimes centuries to set up. And all the organizations and the planning and coordination and the gradually creeping into our lives through NGOs and various other things. And it takes the same way for opponents to it to move as well. It sometimes takes a long time to pass the information on, sometimes generations. And people have been passing this information on, for generations, those who are awake, all throughout the 1800s, the 1900s, through the Communist Era too, read all their books, asked all the right questions. Of course, they didn’t get much press coverage in their own countries, and they weren’t popular, because, of course, they understood eventually, that your own country was always in on the deal anyway. It’s the dialectical process. So, we’re not the first generation to wake up to what was going on, although to some who wake up in the middle of your life, you’ll think you are the first one. But you’re not. This goes on intergenerationally. And that’s why it’s taken so long as well for these guys to get as far as they have. Now, they are on a roll now, and it’s an authoritarian roll, so they’re not pussy-footing around or trying to explain what they’re really doing or what they’re up to. They’re just telling you to shut up, be quiet, and don’t be a nuisance, and downright threatening people in other ways as well. So, it doesn’t matter.
You’ve got to keep talking out and doing your thing, because, freedom, it means many things to many people. You’ve got to understand that too. You’ve got to find out what you mean by freedom for yourself. And it does really take a lot of living and let live too. But it doesn’t mean that special interest groups can all get together and push their particular little thing on to you either. You’re supposed to get the same tolerance as everyone else is getting. And you know darn well that you’re not.
The liberal side, what they call liberalism today, which Khrushchev called Communism. The liberal side is actually completely intolerant, if you don’t go along with their particular demands and points of view, as they elevate special minorities to high positions, like special people. Well, under equality, you can’t have that. Everyone should be treated the same. Not special, you see. So, they’re completely intolerant, and if you don’t go along with their PC terminology even, they’ll come down on you for that as well. They’re completely intolerant. They’re such hypocrites. But they think they’re educated hypocrites, you see, so it makes it okay.
As I say, this has happened before down through history, tyrants rise and tyrants fall, and we somehow go on one way or another, we do go on. There’s always a lot of damage done in the process because, think how far countries could have gone and how life could really be, if it wasn’t for those who seek to dominate always, always dominate and rule and control and use you like serfs, and just tax everything back from you that you earn. Think how life would really be like. But we don’t get the chance, you see, because the evil ones are in charge. And until you get a real money system – and that means out of the hands of the private bankers for a start, and a whole policing system too, to watch just them – and test all politicians for psychopathy – that should be mandatory – then it won’t change. All we can do is keep on passing the word out, and one day, you know, who knows. It could be like Orwell said, way down the road in the future; it may be much, much shorter. But it doesn’t really matter, it’s doing it that matters. From Hamish and myself, from Ontario, Canada, it’s good night and may your god or your gods go with you, and have a Good New Year.
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