Feb. 25, 2013 (#1276)

Alan Watt "Cutting Through The Matrix" LIVE on RBN:


Poem Copyright Alan Watt Feb. 25, 2013:

In the Land of the Blind and Blunted,
The Sharp One-Eyed Man is Hunted:

"Revolving Kaleidoscope of Madness is Directed
By Behaviourists, Neurologists, Seldom Suspected,
Its Purpose is Destroying One's Faith in the Self,
'cause Reason and Logic is a Sign of Mental Health,
Communication Today is of the Weaponized Kind,
Avalanche of Extraneous Data, Overloads the Mind,
And it's Your Mind They're After, Willing You to Cave,
Never Trust Own-Thought, Be a Programmed Slave,
In Orwell's Novel, Winston is Tortured to the Core,
All for the Right to State Two Plus Two Equals Four"
© Alan Watt Feb. 25, 2013


Poem & Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - Feb. 25, 2013 (Exempting Music, Literary Quotes, and Callers' Comments)

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Hi folks.  I am Alan Watt and this is Cutting Through The Matrix on the 25th of February, 2013. Newcomers, help yourself to the audios at cuttingthroughthematrix.com. You’ll see all the official sites listed there, they all carry audios for download – if you find sticking on one try another one because lots go into the .com at the same time.  They all carry transcripts as well in English for print-up. If you go into alanwattsentientsentinel.eu you’ll find transcripts in other languages to choose from. Remember too, you are the audience that bring me to you. I don’t bring on advertisers as guests, who scare you for 50 minutes and then sell you their products. I don’t have shares in any things that are being sold, to make you live forever or whatever. I depend upon you, the listeners, to just keep me going, ticking over, because that’s all you can do in this day and age is tick over, as we go down the tubes. So if you want to buy the books and discs or donate you can… [Order and donation options listed above.]  And straight donations are really seriously, seriously welcome.


I go through the history of the big system you’re living in and show you how men got together a long time ago to plan this whole society, and what you’re going through right now in fact. It’s all planned by think tanks, which they own; think tanks work on every aspect of society for every single generation. They’re working now on future generations, ones who haven’t been born yet, what they’ll train them with in kindergarten and throughout school, just as you were too. And you didn’t know it, that what you went through was all planned long before you were born as well. That’s how incredibly accurate this whole system is. It’s very precise, run from the head. And it’s the same thing across the whole world. You really have an international educational system through the United Nations, and you have all the teachers and their unions on board with it all; they’re well paid.  Like Lenin said and Stalin said, you’ve got to pay the teachers awfully well because they indoctrinate the next generation. Very, very important for those who want to run the world, properly. And properly means creating an obedient society that will simply obey commands, be awfully law-abiding, pay their taxes and work, and eventually, hopefully, they’ll take a little pill.  Rather than just get sick and die and take money as they’re dying from their pension, they want you to just die so that the governments can grab your pension. It’s more efficient that way, you understand. You see, efficiency is very important in this system.


Of course too, we’re all getting the point that we’re now superfluous as a population; in the postindustrial countries they really don’t need you.  They’ve been teaching you for years now that, really, life is cheap. You’re off your pedestal, you’ve been dethroned, and life is cheap. Even the movies they keep churning out simply augment that too because they’re predictive programming.  That’s what you call all the movies that you watch, they prepare you for what’s coming. You don’t reason through things; you’re enjoying the movie and you’re getting downloaded with all things to come in the movies, so that when it happens in reality you’ll say oh well, I guess it had to happen, it must be a natural evolution or something, and you accept whatever comes down the pike.  Very simple. Of course you know that Hollywood is completely on board with the Pentagon and has been for its whole existence in fact. And they get lots of subsidies from it and complete funding sometimes for movies as well. You just don’t get battleships and whole fleets and all that involved in movies just to make a good movie because the military likes to do it and help you out. It’s because it’s part of the job of the Pentagon, is to put out propaganda movies, and Hollywood is awfully, awfully good at that. They’ve been doing it, as I say, from their very first inception.


So we’re living through a system of big change, big change and this is the time and age of transitions, as they phase out rural America, rural Canada, rural Britain, everywhere else, under Agenda 21, to cram you in the slum cities where you’ll die off, hopefully, over the next 40 years, according to the big boys. Back with more after this.


Hi folks. I’m Alan Watt, talking about the system.  It’s called the system, you see; you’re living in a system. A very, very complex system if you’re new to all this, but it’s not really complex at all because the boys that have been running the world have been running it for an awful long time, via money basically, the system of money.  And from the top down. Everything runs on money. No one questions it. No one even questions why these guys have the right to even dish out what they call money to countries, or the right to even print up money for countries, or how it really, really works at all. We just take it for granted. Mind you, no one’s ever going to really do a real thing on it at all or change it; it won’t happen. It won’t happen. It will never happen, because if the money power was taken away from the money boys, the whole… everything would collapse. The whole system of domination would collapse. They wouldn’t get the professors into the universities to teach really communistic liberalism, or any of these things to change societies and destroy societies. Everything would fall apart as far as their power/control would be. So it will never happen. It won’t happen.


Again too, Carroll Quigley in his Tragedy and Hope and also his The Anglo-American Establishment talks about the Council on Foreign Relations/Royal Institute of International Affairs coming out with the big plan to take over the world AND all of its resources too. Everything that you need, water, minerals, everything, they own, you see, basically. That’s what they’ve been pushing for, for years, and they’ve been buying up countries and their water rights, and they’re buying up the land for produce for the food, and they also take all the minerals out of the ground for all their different things they want to make and so on. So it’s all been happening.


Again, you can tie many of the guys together in this, their propagandists of the past, to prove the point.  I mean, HG Wells was a propagandist for this group and for the Fabian Society, which is one arm of the Royal Institute of International Affairs, because they run the left-wing and the right wing. He wrote a book called The Open Conspiracy.  He said, what we’re doing is open to the public if they care to look for it; it’s all published and it’s in your library somewhere. The problem is, most folk don’t read the books.  So they’re always confused and they’re kept in the now by the media. The media keeps you in today’s now, what’s happening today.  And all you’re reading about is the fallout from it all, but not the cause.  But as I say, they published that.  Quigley published his books too to tell you what the whole plan was, and he was all for it, being their chief historian of their own archives. Because they have their own separate history, you know, the real history where they admit they’ve been behind wars and so on, and they’re bringing you towards a new society.


Remember, one of the members too, Charles Galton Darwin, in the 1950s said that there’s always been slavery in one form or another, we’re simply bringing in a more perfected form of slavery.  You’re IN IT, folks. You’re in it; you’re all debt slaves, you see. All of you are debt slaves, and you vote for governments that then borrow from the banks and the private lenders. We don’t even know what they get in return for this; they won’t tell you. At one time they used to bring in and float around the world, you know, shiploads of gold and stuff; but they don’t even do that anymore. But as I say, we’re really at their mercy because everything runs in this world on this thing called money. All the corruption runs on it too. And you could never have a decent world at all as long as these guys are in charge of it. It’s got to be taken out of their hands. And countries if they want to be countries at all, remember, these guys want to abolish nations.  The guys who own the money system, they want to abolish nations, and they’ve done a darn good job with the creation of the United Nations, which is to help to take over at the transition phase.


This is the Age of Transition that you’re going through right now, the Century of Change for those who don’t know it.  That’s what they call it at the top. And they’re bringing you into austerity; it’s all part of the big, big plan.  Now, austerity doesn’t mean that they’re going to get less at the top, as they charge you extra for electricity; you’ll still have to use electricity for heating or something, the same with oil and everything else. But it really means that you’re going to pay a lot more for a lot less; that’s what it is. So they’re not losing anything at the top, all these big companies and corporations. And you’re going to be taught to live in utter austerity. I read an article today about how ludicrous it becomes, in countries like Denmark.  Denmark, even back in the 70s, Denmark openly hired Marxist teachers in schools, high schools and colleges as well and they were teaching Marxism there. Well, now that group that have all grown up under the Marxism, they’re all greenies now and they’re pushing that all new houses cannot have, they cannot put the old heaters in to heat yourself, for oil or electric. So I guess we’re going to just have to freeze to death. This is how mad it all becomes, as they teach you to be austere.  [Alan chuckles.]  Austere, eh. 


Tiny Denmark Bans Oil And Gas Furnaces in New Homes In A Bid To Rescue The Planet - notrickszone.com / P Gosselin / 21. February 2013


Remember too, it’s a guise too, because even one of the top politicians in Canada said that, even if all the climate science and global warming is all a scam and fake science, she says, we’ll get our agenda through of redistribution of the wealth. That’s the real intention of it. Now, it doesn’t mean it’s going to other countries to help the countries. It goes to their own international corporations which are based all over the planet. But it says in this article here…


Virtually ALL of the Big Banks’ Profits Come from

Taxpayer Bailouts and Subsidies (Alan:  ...still.)

washingtonsblog.com / February 22, 2013


The Big Banks “Would Just About Break Even In the Absence of Corporate Welfare”


Bloomberg noted last year that 77% of JP Morgan’s net income comes from government subsidies.  (A:  Now, just substitute that from ‘government subsidies’ to ‘taxpayer subsidies’.  That’s slavery, folks.)


Bloomberg reported yesterday:


What if we told you that, by our calculations, the largest U.S. banks aren’t really profitable at all? What if the billions of dollars they allegedly earn for their shareholders were almost entirely a gift from U.S. taxpayers?


Lately, economists have tried to pin down exactly how much the subsidy lowers big banks’ borrowing costs. In one relatively thorough effort, two researchers — Kenichi Ueda of the International Monetary Fund (A:  Well, the IMF, they have to take over, remember too, along with the World Bank and the BIS (Bank for International Settlements), for the CFR.) and Beatrice Weder di Mauro of the University of Mainz — put the number at about 0.8 percentage point. The discount applies to all their liabilities, including bonds and customer deposits.


Small as it might sound, 0.8 percentage point makes a big difference. Multiplied by the total liabilities of the 10 largest U.S. banks by assets, it amounts to a taxpayer subsidy of $83 billion a year. To put the figure in perspective, it’s tantamount to the government giving the banks about 3 cents of every tax dollar collected.  (A:  ...out of your taxes.)


The top five banks — JPMorgan, Bank of America Corp., Citigroup Inc., Wells Fargo & Co. and Goldman Sachs Group Inc. – - account for $64 billion of the total subsidy, an amount roughly equal to their typical annual profits (see tables for data on individual banks). (A:  And it shows you on this article that I’ll put up at cuttingthroughthematrix.com, the reported annual profits and so on.)  In other words, the banks occupying the commanding heights of the U.S. financial industry — with almost $9 trillion in assets, more than half the size of the U.S. economy — would just about break even in the absence of corporate welfare. In large part, the profits they report are essentially transfers from taxpayers to their shareholders.


The money hasn’t just gone to the banks shareholders … It has also gone to line the pockets of bank management:  (A:  ...which of course we know. But I’ll put this up tonight just to show you.  I mean, this is slavery, folks. Slavery.)


See, legally when you vote you’re giving power to someone, that you don’t know, the ability to pass any law and rule over you, on behalf of what? Well you better look into what your countries are registered as. They’re corporations, and they borrow from these bankers. So legally you’re put down as having to work off your share of the debt, that’s always accumulating. That’s why they want everyone to vote. In some countries they made it a legal necessity to vote, or you get fined or even put in jail. You must agree to be a slave. 


Now this article too, is talking about... I think it’s Wednesday that this is to be published. It’s a university study from London that looked into slavery and the fact that the slave owners were reimbursed big bucks when they had to give up slavery. It doesn’t go into the shippers though, the ones who brought them in. We know some of that because they did find massive ledgers and it was in a documentary last year – I mentioned it and put it on my site in the archives at cuttingthroughthematrix.com – where they got the Rothschilds who were one of the biggest shippers and buyers of slaves, and sellers, in the new world at the time. But they found massive ledgers of them.  The Rothschild family came out at the time and said, well we’ve made up from that since we’ve given lots to charity and stuff like that. So this is about the slave owners, not the traders.  That would be interesting to get a list of all the rest of the traders, because they were all living in Portugal and Spain at the time primarily, those guys, and they had massive merchant ships and fleets of them going back and forth to Africa, and they had been doing that for an awful long time, actually thousands of years, in other times and periods and places. It says…


Legacies of British Slave-ownership



Legacies of British Slave-ownership is the umbrella for two projects based at UCL tracing the impact of slave-ownership on the formation of modern Britain: the ESRC-funded Legacies of British Slave-ownership project, now complete, and the ESRC and AHRC-funded Structure and significance of British Caribbean slave-ownership 1763-1833, running from 2013-2015.  (A:  This is the project.)


The encyclopedia contains the identity of all slaveowners in the British Caribbean at the time slavery ended in 1833. 


On Wednesday 27th February 2013 at 6 pm in the Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre at UCL Catherine Hall will give a public lecture entitled 'Towards a new past: the legacies of British Slave-ownership' to celebrate the publication of this Encyclopaedia of British Slave-ownership and the inauguration of our new project, The Structure and Significance of British Caribbean Slave-ownership, 1763-1833, funded by the ESRC and the AHRC. The event will be followed by a demonstration of the Encyclopaedia.


So Wednesday is when supposedly it comes out. And some of the names are quite interesting, because lots of the politicians... I know David Cameron’s ancestry goes back into that too, and his family goes back into the banking system of course, because as I say, they were involved in the banking of Shanghai and Hong Kong as well, as he told a particular lobby group in Britain when he was trying for politics at the time. Back with more after this break.


Hi folks, we’re back Cutting Through The Matrix and talking about the big system we’re born into, and it’s completely controlled, always was. You’re given certain things, choices in life. Of course you can choose what to eat, now and then, from this fast food or that fast food, or whatever chemical soup that you eat. And things like that. Or what club to join.  Or what side, if you’ve got a chip on your shoulder there’s a ready-made group for you to join; they’re all made up for you already, you see, by the guys that run the world. But also, you really have no choices at all when it really boils down to it.


Even what’s in your head is given to you, again, mainly through fiction, and Hollywood is very good at giving you stories based on true stories. Like they say, ‘based’, you know, they should say very, very loosely based on true stories, if at all.  Many of the stories actually didn’t even happen at all in fact. During the 70s and 80s that’s when they first started that ‘based on true stories’ and then years later it came out that most of them weren’t based on any stories at all; they were complete novels. But anyway, it doesn’t matter. That’s how reality is made for most folk. Of course they’re very good at giving you history, you know, revised history, Hollywood style. Why do you think they pay them so much at the top for these awful movies? It’s a vital part, just as important as the Military-Industrial Complex; it’s part of it. If you want to run a world you’ve got to run all the culture... all the culture.  In the Frankfurt School, that’s what they majored in was cultural changes for all the Western nations, and they admitted it too. So, they’ve never stopped. And this article here says…


Zero Dark Thirty (A:  ...the movie.) wins ‘Albert Speer Oscar’

 for Best Propaganda Film

21stcenturywire.com / February 24, 2013 / Patrick Henningsen


‘Hollywood history’ is all the rage these days, but it comes at a huge cost.


One of the most pervasive trends in 21st century western culture (A:  It was actually the same in the 20th century.) has become somewhat of an obsession in America. It’s called “Hollywood history”, where the corporate studio machines in Los Angeles spend hundreds of millions of dollars in order to craft and precisely tailor historical events to suit the prevailing political paradigm.


‘Hollywood history’ is very much in fashion these days. From Linclon to Dubya, and from Blackhawk Down to The Iron Lady, they constitute a significant portion of today’s major releases. There’s only one problem however, with tailoring a story to fit neatly into a prevailing political paradigm… and over the last 100 years, the Germans and the Soviets did this too – with devastating effect, but back then we just called it propaganda.


No film embodies the Hollywood historical treatment more than the much celebrated cinema release of Zero Dark Thirty, directed by Kathryn Bigelow, and one of the favourites to grab an armful of Academy Awards this weekend in LA including Best Picture, Bigelow for best director, Mark Boal for best screenplay, and Jessica Chastain for Best Actress.


The film’s main premise is constructed around a female CIA officer (A:  ...which it didn’t happen like this.), played by Chastain (A:  They had to do it for fairness; they had to put a woman in charge.), and her dogged determination to find the highly elusive mastermind of 9/11 and the al Qaeda’s MVP, Osama bin Laden. Chastain’s performance, critics claim, has also ‘empowered women’ (A:  ...so it’s all politicized, you see, empowering women…) by showing how her film character caught bin Laden, but it didn’t actually happen that way. (A:  ...in real life.)  We’ll get to that later…


Where this film starts to take heat is with its sensational on screen CIA torture scenes. (A:  ...making it seem like we need to do this. It was to legitimize torture.) Unlike previously less celebrated but more integral, intellectual cinematic efforts at taking on torture – like Rendition and Lions for Lambs, Bigelow seemed incredibly bent on going the distance to glorify (through her attempt at Cinéma vérité) the troubling practice of torture by the CIA – as a means to glean intelligence about the whereabouts of various Islamic terrorists scattered throughout the world’s third world cesspits.


Actor Jessica Chastain unaware that that ‘Zero Dark Thirty’ was a work of total fiction.  (A:  ...TOTAL fiction… she didn’t know.)


Bigelow and her writing team’s artistic license on the effectiveness of torture even prompted one screen legend, actor Susan Sarandon, to brand the film as a piece of manipulative political entertainment. The veteran human rights defender issued a written statement saying that when watching Zero Dark Thirty, “you should know that the movie has generated controversy because it leaves a mistaken impression: that the CIA’s torture of prisoners ‘worked’ by providing information that led to bin Laden.”  (A:  Now, I’ve read the articles here from the top characters in the US military who were involved in and in charge of all the terrorism in the Middle East and Iraq and so on, who said that they were just sending troops out to gather up people in markets and that, just get numbers in and torture them. That’s what they really did, folks.)


In fact, the US Senate Intelligence Committee spent four years investigating the CIA’s torture program, and according to Senators Diane Feinstein and John McCain, the CIA’s vaunted torture program under Obama did not lead to bin Laden (that’s the only true statement you will ever hear surrounding the government’s Osama bin Laden tale).


Zero Dark’s glorification of torture is merely the first level of moral descent however, because you see, there’s still the thorny issue of Osama bin Laden to deal with…


One thing was clear when watching this film, and also by the reactions of theatre goers at my screening in Brixton, South London, that Zero Dark marks a new low point in America’s now fashionable politicised culture, and Bigelow must be aware of this because she seemed to play this card shamelessly in her highly politicised film.


Never before in the history of cinema has there been such a break-neck rush to complete and release a motion picture so soon after the said event, to serialise the legendary “Hunt for Bin Laden”, and “the greatest manhunt in history” by a gallant Seal Team 6, ending in the siege of the terror kingpin’s alleged place of abode – a compound located in Abbotabad, Pakistan.


Apparently, Bigelow’s production was already in motion in May 2011 in advance of the White House’s announcement that Seal Team 6 had killed Bin Laden, and Bigelow it seems, was either persuaded or herself decided (it’s not clear which one it was), to rewrite the film’s script in order to theatrically chronicle what President Obama had put forward as his greatest achievement since taking office. (A:  Back with more after this.)


Hi folks, we’re back Cutting Through The Matrix.  One of the reasons that the US used not to pay carbon taxes, and other countries too, was that the biggest polluters like China wasn’t paying carbon tax. So the big boys who own China had a word with China to give a little press release, which they did, saying they’re going to introduce a carbon tax in China, so that the West would have no excuse not to do the same there. You understand, it’s to be a world carbon tax.  I mean, we’re all slaves; it doesn’t matter if you’re in China or anywhere else. We’re all slaves to the system, and this is to change our whole way of living.  All the hefty taxes and fees, and where your disposable income, according to Agenda 21, will go to paying for all these fees and fines and all the rest of it, you see.  And it says…


China proposes introducing a carbon tax

newstatesman.com / Alex Hern / 21 February 2013


The developing world takes the lead in fighting climate change.  (A:  So there you go.)


There have been growing murmurs from China that the country may be getting serious about tackling climate change, and yesterday Xinhua News Agency announced that:


China is mulling stricter taxation policies for environmental and resource protection, including a tax on carbon emissions.  (A:  So, now you’ll hear it this week or whenever, that the US has to really rush ahead, and everybody else, with carbon taxes. Which, remember, is intended to start with corporations and then get passed on to you. It’s already getting passed on to you with the pricing, because they don’t pay anything at the top. Then they want personalized carbon taxes, for the privilege of living. You see, that’s what you’re going to pay for, you’ll have to pay them for the privilege of living. That’s where it’s supposed to go. I’ll put up this link tonight too.)


Now, we know that the US’ next job is to grab the resources all across Africa for the big international corporations, the same guys that are owned by the banks. Because the big top banks own these big corporations, all the big ones that you hear of are owned – it’s all one big club, folks.  And traditionally they’ve always used your militaries and your people and your bodies and so on and the taxpayers to fund it all, to go out into countries and grab all of the areas for them so as they can loot it, you see. It goes on today; it’s just the same thing. Anyway…


'Dagger' brigade (A:  ...in the US.)

readies for AFRICOM missions  (A:  Whoa...)

army.mil / February 21, 2013 / David Vergun

(A:  And it’s from the U.S. Army.)


FORT IRWIN, Calif. (Army News Service, Feb. 20, 2013) -- Some 4,000 Soldiers of the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division, out of Fort Riley, Kan., with their Bradley fighting vehicles.  (A:  ...and so on, are all ready to go. It goes through the helicopters they’re bringing in too, the different brigades of them, and combat teams and infantry divisions and so on. They’re all set to just go in there with everything there is. It’s quite a long article actually, lots of links on it too, for those that like to look at lovely machines, that you’re all paying for, and weaponry, etc. So America’s got a big, big job to do over there and it’s really pushing to get it done. And of course too…)


U.S. troops arrive in Niger to set up drone base

washingtonpost.com / Craig Whitlock / February 23, 2013


So they’re sending troops in there too. This story goes back to 2011, but this one is out just recently, February 23rd.  But this is how far back they’ve been planning where to put them. They’re also going to put them in Yemen too, by the way; that’s another story out today. So the US is really getting in big, because the guys who own America, the corporations and so on, want all the diamonds, gold, minerals, uranium, you name it, water, and of course even all the cropland, for themselves. That’s what they’ve got to have in a totally controlled society, for a world society, you see.


Also tonight too, Obama mentioned the SAFE fund.  It’s called SAFE; they also called it America’s Energy Security Trust Fund. It says…





In 2005, the US emitted over 6 billion metric tons of carbon dioxide, an increase of 25 million tons over emissions in 2004.  (A:  They’ve got special emissions guys that go in to university, one hand is heavier than the other, and when they kind of balance the act, they can tell as one hand sinks, how much they owe, you see.)


The scientific community agrees that carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gas emissions from human activities are influencing changes in the earth's climate.  (A:  No, they don’t all agree at all.  So that’s a lie.)  Potential climate changes could have significant economic and environmental implications . . . (A:  ...blah-blah-blah.) 


How would the America's Energy Security Trust Fund Act work?


This bill would impose a per-unit tax on the carbon dioxide content of fossil fuels beginning at a rate of $15 per metric ton of CO2 and increasing by 10% each year, also accounting for inflation.  (A:  Well, inflation is 10% a year; you better go a lot higher than that.)


The rate is consistent with the broadly accepted goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions . . .   (A:  Now, most of greenhouse gas emissions is water vapor, folks; that’s what you find most of it is.  And CO2 is a trace gas, which they need for plants to grow. But it doesn’t matter, cons will do. Cons will do, and repetition, repetition, repetition... and most folk go along with it, you see. You see, it doesn’t matter about fact and reality or truth.)


Is the White House Proposing A Massive Carbon Tax? - forbes.com / 2/13/2013


An interesting little article too, says…


French Communist party says adieu to the hammer and sickle

guardian.co.uk / 10 February 2013 / Kim Willsher


(A:  They’ve had that over their existence, the hammer and sickle. So they’re replacing it with the five-pointed star of the European far-left alliance.)


The party (PCF) is replacing the communist emblem of peasants and the proletariat (A:  ...who were ruled by, you know, the elite communists. [Alan chuckles.]) with a five-pointed star representing the European Left, a loose alliance of far-left parties, including France's Left Front. The move, announced at the party's 36th congress, which closed on Sunday, has angered traditionalists.  (A:  They really love the old one, you know, the hammer and sickle. It was interesting too, if you look at the old East German flag too, the symbol. They had the compass, you know, the Masonic compass, and inside it, again, they had the hammer, just like the British one, that British Freemasons have. That’s what they have, a hammer inside of it instead of the G.  That’s what you can do when you’ve got a trained peasantry, you can hammer them, you see, whereas you’ve got to persuade them through other means, like graft, for instance, to join Masons and stuff. Anyway, I’ll put this up tonight too.)


And this article too, I’ve mentioned it before.  It’s a two-year-long French feeding study designed to evaluate the long-term health effects of a genetically engineered corn.


First-Ever Lifetime Feeding Study Finds Genetically Engineered Corn Causes Massive Tumors, Organ Damage, and Early Death

mercola.com / September 22, 2012 / Dr. Mercola


A two-year long French feeding study designed to evaluate the long-term health effects of a genetically engineered corn found that rats fed Monsanto’s maize developed massive breast tumors, kidney and liver damage and other serious health problems.  The major onslaught of disease set in during the 13th month.


Female rats that ate genetically engineered corn died 2 to 3 times more than controls, and more rapidly, while the male GE fed rats had tumors that occurred up to a year and a half earlier than rats not fed the GE corn. 


According to results from the ten-year long feeding study on rats, mice, pigs and salmon, genetically engineered food causes obesity along with significant changes in digestive system and major organs, including the liver, kidneys, pancreas, genitals and more.


The EPA admits there’s “mounting evidence” that Monsanto’s insecticide-fighting YieldGard corn is losing its effectiveness in the Midwest.  (A:  So it’s not even doing what they claim it does, even for repelling pests.)   Last year rootworms resistant to the toxin in the genetically designed corn infested fields in Iowa, Illinois, Minnesota and Nebraska.  (A:  But they have found that it caused – well, they knew that from the beginning – it caused all these tumors in the stomach and so on in animals, and other mammals, and it’s doing the same of course with people too, naturally. Naturally… of course it is.)


It doesn’t matter. You see, you’ve all to die off, supposedly, because all their long-term projections, even for the Department of Defense, say that the population is to suddenly plummet around the year 2040. You know, suddenly, just like that. They just know these things, you see.




Nat Rothschild set to welcome ‘huge protest vote’ at Bumi

standard.co.uk / Tom Bawden / 21 February 2013


Nat Rothschild’s attempts to mount a boardroom coup at Bumi, the Indonesian coalminer he co-founded but is now exiled from, came to a head today. . .  (A:  So what he’s done, he’s gone in there, with the shareholders, and he wants to place and handpick his own guys to run it by himself. I’ll put this link up tonight too.)


Also, it’s in the Washington Times, this article and it’s to do with one of the Justice Department’s leading crime researchers, who critiqued the effectiveness of gun control proposals. 


NRA uses Justice memo to accuse Obama admin

of wanting to confiscate guns

washingtontimes.com / Associated Press / February 23, 2013


The memo, under the name of one of the Justice Department’s leading crime researchers, critiques the effectiveness of gun control proposals, including some of President Obama’s. A Justice Department official called the memo an unfinished review of gun violence research and said it does not represent administration policy.  (A:  This is how they’re covering it here. But obviously it was a top official who was asked to write out a memo, as basically a baseline for pushing for gun confiscation. Anyway, the NRA has run with it and it says…)


The memo says requiring background checks for more gun purchases could help, but also could lead to more illicit weapons sales. It says banning assault weapons and high capacity ammunition magazines produced in the future but exempting those already owned by the public, as Obama has proposed, would have limited impact because people now own so many of those items.


It also says that even total elimination of assault weapons would have little overall effect on gun killings because assault weapons account for a limited proportion of those crimes.


The nine-page document says the success of universal background checks would depend in part on “requiring gun registration,” and says gun buybacks would not be effective “unless massive and coupled with a ban.”


The administration has not proposed gun registration, buybacks or banning all firearms. But gun registration and ownership curbs are hot-button issues for the NRA and other gun-rights groups, which strenuously oppose the ideas. 


So they’re still at it, as to how to disarm the American public, which they’ve got to do. They’ve got to do it because collapses are scheduled to happen. They all happen on schedule, you understand. During the inquiries about the banks collapsing, they knew, the big banks knew, and their shareholders, at least five years before it happened.  So it was planned to happen, to bring in austerity. They lost nothing because they got all of us to borrow money, through your government, to bail them out. They lost nothing. And it worked even better because then the big boys who run the world privately, they own you. They own you, you’re all in massive debt forever and ever, you can’t pay it off, with compound interest. It’s a strategy. Economic warfare is one of the main strategies of warfare and folk don’t know that it’s even happening.


And also this one too, it’s to do with the power. It’s to show you how it’s built in, devaluation.  You watch any of the old James Bond movies, it’s quite funny to see them because, I think it was one of the movies I was re-watching recently, on Doctor No, I think. The bad guy has this island in the Caribbean and he’s got a massive nuclear facility there to power it all and power all these weapons and so on. He says to Bond that he bought it all for a million dollars.  A million dollars for all of that... You couldn’t buy any part of it now; you couldn’t even buy the island for a million. Because you see, inflation is built in to this con money system. It’s built into it. It will end up like the peso, your money ends up like the peso, you know, or the Lira, eventually you’ll pay about 10,000 dollars for a cup of coffee.   It has to end up this way. Everything goes up every year. Your whole life you’ve noticed that, your parents noticed it, your grandparents noticed it. Everything goes up. And you think you’re going up too because you get a pay raise every year, which doesn’t cover the cost of everything going up. It’s a joke. It says...


Power of pound in your pocket down by 67%

scotsman.com / SHÂN ROSS / 25/02/2013


THE purchasing power of the pound in your pocket has plunged by two thirds over the last 30 years as the cost of everyday goods has soared, research released today shows.


A threefold increase in retail prices means the average shopper would need to have £299 in their wallet today to have the equivalent spending power of £100 back in 1982.


Figures released by Lloyds TSB Private Banking based on prices of essential household items show the cost of a loaf of bread has tripled in the last three decades from 37p (A:  ...pence...) to £1.24, a dozen eggs which would have cost 73p are now £2.82, and the price milk has more than doubled, from 20p to 46p. The cost of a pint of draught bitter went up from 73p to £3.18.


The research also shows the purchasing power of cash has eroded at an average rate of 3.7 per cent a year over the past 30 years.  (A:  It’s actually higher than that, because I’ve read other government articles, just today in fact, and they say themselves it goes up 10% a year.)


If inflation rises in line with government targets, customers would need to have £299 in 2042 to have the equivalent spending power as £100 now.


The researchers also found the average price of a detached house was now six times higher than in 1982, with prices soaring from £45,211 to £273,700.


Fuel costs have also risen substantially, with diesel prices now 294 per cent higher than in 1982.


Nitesh Patel, economist at Lloyds TSB Private Banking, said: “The value of money has fallen substantially over the past 30 years as retail prices and the cost of many everyday items has soared.  (A:  It’s built into it. It’s built into it, folks. They always knew this. It’s a con game. A con game, everything to do with money is a racket, folks. Everything is a racket.) 


And whistleblowers… Again, they love to make movies about whistleblowers, but they never really do ones about the real whistleblowers; they do fictionalized ones. But the nurse in Britain who came out with the truth about Stafford Hospital is just one terrible hospital in Britain. She says...


'I'm still fighting to do the job I love,' says whistleblower nurse who exposed shocking truth about Stafford Hospital

dailymail.co.uk / Martyn Halle And Jo Macfarlane / 23 February 2013


(A:  It says here that she’s been penalized for coming out. You always get penalized, you see.)


A student nurse who blew the whistle on the appalling care of elderly patients at Stafford Hospital was disciplined and is still blocked from completing her course – while staff she complained about continue to work in the NHS [National Health Service].


Barbara Allatt, 43, reported her concerns over poor care and patient neglect to her university tutors, hospital mentors and senior nurses.


But she found herself facing a fitness-to-practise panel at the University of Stafford’s school of nursing, which threw her off her course.


She has since lost two appeals against the decision and, three years later, her place remains permanently withdrawn.  (A:  So that’s what you get in the real world, not like the movie versions. That’s the real world, folks; it’s quite nasty.)


Also too, George Orwell… George Orwell in his book 1984, showed you when he’s being tortured, as Winston, Winston is being tortured by O’Brien, because Winston had clued in to all the cons that were going on. O’Brien’s job was to get him to believe all the fantasy, the new realities, as they change them daily in fact. And he put up 5 fingers and asks, how many am I holding up? Well, you’re holding up, you know, 5. And you get shocked for it. And he held up 4 and he said 3; you got shocked for that. So, the thing is, Winston said, to be free, freedom is the right to say 2 and 2 is 4. Understand, pure reason and logic… Your right is to say what you see and you know, right. Well here is this article here…


Students Who Refuse to Affirm Transgender Classmates

(A:  ...people who dress as something else… right... and tell you that you’ve got to call them what they want you to call them, I’m really a girl, although it’s still a boy obviously. Do you understand, you’re being told to become insane?  Huh?  Do you understand, this is the very system that Orwell was warning us all about? Where you can’t say what IS, logically, sanely, factually.  And you get penalized if you don’t become insane and go along with it. And it’s very, very important to understand what I’m saying here, because it’s not going to stop with this sort of stuff.)

Face Punishment

radio.foxnews.com / Feb 20, 2013 / Todd Starnes


Parents across Massachusetts are upset over new rules that would not only allow transgender students to use their restrooms of their choice – but would also punish students who refuse to affirm or support their transgender classmates.


Last week the Massachusetts Department of Education issued directives for handling transgender students – including allowing them to use the bathrooms of their choice or to play on sports teams that correspond to the gender with which they identify.  (A:  It doesn’t matter what they identify with, folks. If a guy says he’s a woman and he doesn’t have a womb, he’s still a guy, you know; he’s definitely not a woman. Back with more after this.)


Hi folks, we’re back Cutting Through The Matrix.  And also I’ll go to Mike from Pennsylvania who’s hanging on the line there. Are you still there Mike?


Mike:  Yes, hey. You’re about in the same mood I am today. I figure it can only go up from here. I figure, if you can’t beat them, bark and howl, it’s almost a full moon.  [Caller laughing.] So this David Mayer De Rothschild, I guess… supposedly, I heard he was, for the lack of a better term, dating Cameron Diaz a few years ago.  Apparently he must’ve got shot down like a drone, because he was dating some baseball star after that. And Al Gore meanwhile, you know, he got dumped by his fat wife, who was, I guess, busy back-masking Led Zeppelin albums some time ago, for a hobby I guess....a real normal person there. And he got you know, the masseuse, I guess he couldn’t get along with the masseuse.  And then Dominique Strauss Kahn, you know, this guy got, I guess he thought, you know, because he was white, he could do anything to this black chambermaid; and she had some sense in her.  So you know, what I’m wondering is, all this that they wrought... I mean, you saw it in the 70s, I saw it in the early 90s, this, and now they’re probably bringing on some new form of feminism, where they attack nuns. You know, Oprah, you know, men have to change, and Donahue, you got to be like a small edible fruit, like a date.  And Steinem, you know.  And these people wrought all this on, these three amigos I mentioned. And you know, now they have to I guess deal with the same people that they wrought.


Alan:  Well, they’ve always controlled the thoughts of the public, forever. The people don’t think and reason through talk shows even on television. You’ll find that Phil Donahue, for instance, he was the one to first start ‘stop thinking about things this way, let’s look upon it from a different point of view.’  And within one hour he could have you cheering for prostitutes, women, women audiences cheering for prostitutes because he convinced them that they were doing a service for the towns they lived in. Then you look at the masses of producers and people who work on it, at the end, for about 10 minutes the thing would go on, all the folk involved to make that one-hour show, and psychologists and all the rest of it. They knew exactly how to turn the switches to make you believe 180 degrees around, in one hour, to where they want you to go. It’s so simple. Now of course with Oprah and all the rest of them it’s even more advanced than that. They selectively pick the audience too, who don’t know they’re being picked for certain traits; they have their whole personality profile run down. So the public are put one way or another, so easily today; there’s no difficulty at all in doing it. The general public cannot reason for themselves, Brzezinski said that back in the 70s; they were trained that way. Now they’re trained with their default positions not to think about certain things, not to use logic when they’ve been given emotive topics and so on, or guilt topics; guilt is a great way of getting default positions set. They actually feel guilty when they start questioning, well, like the article I mentioned about, you know, guys that will say, I’m a woman, call me Martha, you know, and you better do it or else you’re in trouble with the school. I mean, that’s exactly what Orwell talked about, freedom is the right to say 2 and 2 is 4; you’re not Martha, you’re a guy, you’re a guy, you’re still a guy, you know.


Mike:  Yeah, it’s just that they have to now deal with the kind of society that they...  You know, they must think that they’re not, they don’t have to be wimps, that they can’t adapt very well to this.


Alan:  That’s right.  But we’re totally, completely debauched now.  The old system that kept things going is gone. The old, even the cultural system from the old religions have gone.  And now it’s chaos. It’s just like ancient Greece or ancient Rome, and that was of course the intention. Thanks for calling.


From Hamish and myself from Ontario, Canada, it’s good night and may your God or your Gods GO with you.   



Topics of show covered in following links:


Denmark Bans Oil And Gas Furnaces in New Homes

Corporate Welfare to Big Banks

Legacies of Slave Ownership

Best Propaganda Film Goes to "Zero Dark Thirty"

China's Carbon Tax

"Dagger Brigade Readies for AFRICOM Missions"

US Troops in Niger


What Is Obama's Energy Security Trust?

Security Trust Equals Massive Carbon Tax

French Communist Party Changes Logo from Hammer And Sickle to Five Pointed Star

Lifetime Feeding Study finds Genetically Engineered Foods Cause Massive Tumours and Organ Failure

Continuing Adventures of Nat. Rothschild

Justice Memo to Confiscate Americans' Firearms

Power of pound in your pocket down by 67%

Whistleblower Nurse Penalized for Being Honest

Trans-genderism Pushing the Envelope


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