March 23rd, 2012 (#1050)
Alan Watt "Cutting Through The Matrix" LIVE on RBN:
Poem Copyright Alan Watt March 23rd, 2012:
You Say Thoughts are Yours of Course,
Investigate Origin and Purpose of Source:
"A Totalitarian System Fosters Uniformity of
Set by Higher Dominion for Each and Every Minion,
Such Secret of Success is the Minions Never Guess,
They're Guided, Praised, Chided by Masters, More or Less,
College Re-Arranges the Mind for Planned Changes,
Turns Nations into Cages Supporting Free-Trade Stages,
Re-Distributing Wealth Opens Up to Ill-Health,
As They Monopolize by Stealth Food On the Shelf,
This Plan's Scientifically Strong Using Right and Wrong,
Trick is to Get the Throng Demanding to Play Along"
© Alan Watt March 23rd, 2012
Poem & Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt Ė March 23rd, 2012 (Exempting Music, Literary Quotes, and Callers' Comments)
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Hi folks, Iím Alan Watt and this is Cutting Through the Matrix on March the 23rd, 2012. For newcomers, as always, help yourself to the website, cuttingthroughthematrix.com, and youíll find thereís over a thousand audios for free download there, and hopefully, if you can wade through some of them at least, youíll start to understand the system into which youíve been born and raised and conditioned. Not to suit you or help you on your life and career or whatever, but actually to make sure that you conform to a manageable society. And the world youíre going through today is full of massive changes, because itís all coming together with the rest of the plan, of course, the world government idea, the sustainable living, which is really getting the public to believe in something so that theyíll accept living in poverty down the road.
So, help yourself to the audios and so on. I talk about the plan, the big plan, and the big foundations that front for the international banking boys, who set them up as tax havens basically, or reliefs in a sense, or write-offs, and they finance thousands of non-governmental organizations and all the think tanks that now work with all the governments. They own them basically. So, weíre living through a planned system, a planned society, where the few at the top, of course, live on the backs of the rest at the bottom. And theyíre training the public to accept it, and itís a good thing, you see, because itís for the benefit of all, and all that usual rubbish. Anyway, help yourself to that. Remember too, you are the audience that bring me to you. You can keep me going by buying the books and discs at cuttingthroughthematrix.com. And from the US to Canada, you can use a personal check or an international postal money order. You can send cash or you can use PayPal to order. Remember, straight donations are really, really welcome, because I donít bring on advertisers as guests. Iím not flogging you any products that will make you live until a hundred and ninety. I donít have shares in any products that are manufactured either, so itís truly independent. As I say, you can keep me going if you buy these books I have at cuttingthroughthematrix.com. And across the rest of the world, youíve got Western Union to order with, Money Gram, or PayPal, once again. And straight donations are welcome.
What I do is go through the history of the big idea really that they came up with a long time ago. You understand, in the 1800s, they tried all kinds of ways, via revolution, lots of different techniques to establish a particular system. And whoever becomes the elite always graduate up there, and the next thing you know, youíve got their sons and daughters working there, and then their grandchildren. And that went through, even Jefferson talked about that, after America won its War for Independence, basically. He said, youíve got to stop this at the beginning. And it didnít work. Right off the bat some of them were getting their own nephews in. Franklin tried to get his son in, his son called Temple in as well. So, this is inevitable. It always happens, and you end up with an upper aristocracy running the show forever until theyíre kicked out.
So, the Big Boys, who run the international banks, werenít concentrating on just one country, because theyíre international bankers from all over the world. And with a history of wandering all over the world too and studying cultures, etc. So, they came up with something that would last, and possibly forever. Thatís why Huxley talked about it too. That a scientific-run dictatorship could last forever. It couldnít be overthrown. The public wouldnít even really understand or even think of overthrowing it. And this is where we are today, with this whole system, as I say, that they set up in the late 1800s and the beginning of the 1900s, through their foundations, and through their private organizations that now are totally in bed with government. In fact, they run the government. They put their own boys in as presidents and prime ministers for goodness sake. And theyíve done that for a hundred years. So, weíre ruled by a scientific dictatorship. Weíll touch on that tonight. Back with more, after this break.
Hi folks, Iím back, Cutting Through the Matrix. And talking about how weíre really governed, if you want to call it governed. Weíre actually managed. Uniformity of governance is awfully important in a totalitarian system. And of course, the big boys at the top have been working for an awful long time, for this single world government, with a standard single education for everyone, at the bottom, that is. A separate one of course for those children at the top. And theyíre pretty well here with it. And thatís why so much push went into technology and internet, and all of that to do with the internet. Total awareness and so on of everyone at all times of the day, every individual across the planet. Itís essential. And thatís why people like Aldous Huxley in his Brave New World Revisited, which he also quoted from at his Berkley speech, he said that basically this can happen and it will happen, and a scientific elite, technically, will run the world. And itís done through electricity, of course, because theyíre all elect at the top, and it certainly is a trick as well. Anyway, they have done it all. Itís all here. And the public have no idea, as they play themselves on their gadgets, that itís not there so that they can be happy, playing away. It serves that purpose, it keeps them distracted, but it really is there to monitor everything that they do, because the elite, as Orwell said, from his book that I read the other day, must know what youíre thinking every minute of the day. And because theyíd never had that in the past, you see, they used to get overthrown once in a while. It canít happen now. They know what everybody is up to. Thatís why you canít get a real terrorist attack coming in that they donít know about already. You canít keep anything secret, including the terrorists. Itís impossible.
So, whatís interesting to me is searching the government websites and to see this everywhere. Itís in mainstream news and so on, just little bits getting you used to the idea. This article is called:
Chief Information Officers
(Alan: Itís all over Britain too. Every countryís got them. Theyíre all the same. And they all work with each other across the world.)
Chief Information Officers Council
And so they call it CIOs, you see. They decide what information technologies are going to be used across the board, and how they all interact with everybody elseís, but itís more than that. You see, once you understand information coming from the top, whoís running your governments? The technocrats who run all the gadgetry for the governments or the politicians themselves? Well, itís broken down into a dominant minority that own the governments. And the ones who own governments are the big foundations like the Royal Institute of International Affairs that consisted primarily at the top, the inner circle, of international bankers that set it up a long time ago. And they have all their media boys, traditionally being in the newspapers and the magazines, giving us all our thoughts and opinions for a hundred years. But now theyíve gone into the technology sector and theyíve captured it all, and governments are using that. So, thatís uniformity of opinion, you understand. Itís so important in a totalitarian system. And when you have federal governments interacting with all its local governments and state governments, provincial governments, right down to your little local one at the bottom, youíre getting standard agendas pushed at the same time, across not just your country, but the whole planet. And thatís an awful lot of power. Because theyíre telling the schools what to teach, you know, no carbon dioxide, all that stuff, and austerity, save the planet. Theyíre teaching us all to eat the poisonous food that weíre left with at the bottom. And anything else we disagree with, theyíre immediately on board to work out a way of propaganda to push down to the public again through schooling or whatever, a mass publicity campaign. So, itís an incredibly, incredibly powerful technique thatís never been here before.
Prior to this, the printing press, of course, churned out all kinds of stuff. All kinds of stuff. And the printing press definitely was responsible for revolutions in the past. Many kinds of revolutions, in fact, one of them being that people for the first time got access to really good books with good historical data in them. That was subverted over the years of course, and a lot of it is eliminated now, down the memory hole, as we went electronic. Now weíre into this system as I say where government, with the technocrats, itís exactly as Aldous Huxley said, and he knew, because he was at world meetings, and his brother Julian Huxley was up at the United Nations working on this system. So, he knew what was going on. This site Iíll put up tonight, Iíll put a few sites up actually. One is called: Chief Information Officerís Council, CIO Council: People and Organization. Right?
And youíve got to understand what information means. Every country has a department of information, just like Orwell had in 1984. And these Big Boys decide what information the public are going to get, even if half of it is lies, or three-quarters, or definitely spun. But here, itís in the open. And it says:
CIO Council: People and Organization
(A: And it says:)
Fostering Interagency Collaboration
As the principal interagency forum on Federal IT,
(A: Information Technology.)
The CIO Councilís vision is to improve how Government information resources are managed by increasing efficiency
(A: It says.)
and cutting costs.
(A: Well, that part doesnít matter. Thatís just for us to read.)
CIO Council committees share experiences, ideas, best practices, and innovative approaches to develop policy recommendations for the Office of Management and Budget.
(A: And it talks about the Council. They have lots of links on it. And it says:)
The purpose of the CIO Council is to foster collaboration
(A: Blah, blah, blah.)
among Federal Government Chief Information Officers (CIOs) in strengthening government-wide IT management practices.
People and Organizations
That liaise with other organizations, etc. And committees. Lots of committees. All these people are unelected, remember, thatís running your governments now. The Punch & Judy shows of the two opposition parties are just that. Theyíre the Punch and Judy shows. They have been for quite some time. And then you go on to this one. Itís got the 50 Most Influential Government CIOs. And it gives you their names. Theyíre running America. Starting with:
Gen. Keith Alexander, Director, NSA, U.S. CyberCommand
So, hereís the NSA responsible for really, all government information. NSA and US CyberCommand. And it gives you fifty other top members as well. Youíd be surprised who they are, actually. And another link, itís very similar:
The Government CIO 50: Vision, Influence, And Results
The top IT execs in federal, state, and local government are using new technologies and hands-on project management to drive change
(A: To drive change.)
in the public sector.
(A: Well, you see, folks, you are the public sector. So, all of this, all this technology, all of these massive marketing campaigns, because marketers are all part of this new technocratic system, you see. They understand the human mind better than anything else, and how to motivate you. So theyíre on board with it too. And again, itís got, hereís one for instance. It says:)
Single Source of Truth for Managing Critical Assets Application....
(A: So, itís a single source of truth, they claim, you know, as an example. And:)
Selecting the Right Solutions for Big Data Analytics
(A: And so on. And:)
How To Regain IT Control In An Increasingly Mobile World
(A: They must always be in control, and be, not only on par with new technologies, but theyíre part of new technologies. Thatís why the government has got access to everything that you do. It says here:)
The Government CIO 50 are finding ways to plow through such obstacles in their pursuit of higher returns. One of the CIOs on our list, Roger Baker of Veterans Affairs, uses metrics-driven reviews to assess IT initiatives at the agency, making adjustments where needed and pulling the plug on others.
So, they can literally not just upgrade their own equipment and systems and so on, but pull the plug on other ones. That includes the information on it too. So, it will be always changing. And this other article is quite interesting as well, because it says:
Is your TV watching you? Latest models raise concerns
(A: This is a joke, actually. Itís not a joke, because you see, theyíve had this gadgetry in your TVs since the 1960s. It says:)
The new Samsung HDTV has hard-wired camera and microphone,
(A: Inside it.)
plus face recognition and other unprecedented features.
(A: Are you beginning to understand why the governments of the world mandated that they all go digital for television? I mean, when does government, we were all asking that at the time, when does government care about how comfortable you are, are you getting the best TV quality or anything? No, no, no. Nothing happens on this scale with a government mandate unless itís going to be of benefit to the government, and probably essential. So this new one has got a:)
hard-wired camera and microphone, plus face recognition and other unprecedented features.
Samsungís 2012 top-of-the-line plasmas and LED HDTVs offer new features never before available within a television including a built-in, internally wired HD camera, twin microphones, face tracking and speech recognition. While these features give you unprecedented control over an HDTV, the devices themselves, more similar than ever to a personal computer, may allow hackers or even Samsung to see and hear you and your family, and collect extremely personal data.
(A: It also means that theyíll have every visitor to your house and so on and so on and so on.)
While Web cameras and Internet connectivity are not new to HDTVs, their complete integration is, and it's the always connected camera and microphones, combined with the option of third-party apps (not to mention Samsung's own software) gives us cause for concern regarding the privacy of TV buyers and their friends and families.
I wouldnít be concerned about it. Theyíll still buy them. Theyíll still buy them. You know that folks, donít you? Yep, theyíll buy them. And you canít help these people. You understand, youíre in a totalitarian system. Back with more, after this break.
Hi folks, Iím back, Cutting Through the Matrix. Talking about the totalitarian system we live in, and we get the carrot and stick approach, you know. ĎHave you got the latest gadget? Oh, yeah. Well, thereís the next one coming up.† Got to get that too.í And itís just carrot and stick, carrot and stick, the whole time. Or mouse traps with cheese on it, until you get to the big one, and thatís the cage, you know. And youíre stuck inside of it.
Anyway, this has been going on for years, this stuff here, about the TV spying on the public, because Marshall McLuhan talked to a professor who told me that Marshall McLuhan would never talk if there was a TV on in any particular room in anywhere he visited. And he would demand that it be unplugged and all the rest of it, because he said, back in that time, back in the 1960s, he says there were actually spy cameras inside the tubes of the things. So, this is an old technique. Government has never missed a trick to do with spying on the public. They canít or theyíd lose control. They always want to know, as I read the other day from George Orwell, what youíre thinking, what youíre thinking twenty-four hours a day. We prattle off what weíre thinking twenty-four hours a day, because people canít shut up. Theyíre always yapping on cell phones and stuff and texting each other. So, the government has got a great time today. A great time.
So, it says here, itís got facial recognition software built into it and so on. And it says:
And unlike other TVs, which have cameras and microphones as add-on accessories connected by a single, easily removable USB cable, you can't just unplug these sensors.
During our demo, unless the face recognition learning feature was activated, there was no indication as to whether the camera (such as a red light) and audio mics are on.
(A: So you donít know.)
And as far as the microphone is concerned there is no way to physically disconnect it or be assured it is not picking up your voice when you donít intend it to do so.
Samsung does provide the ability to manually reposition the TV's camera away from viewers.
(A: You understand, hereís another con that they use. They tell you whatís in it, because they know youíll find out eventually. But they donít tell you theyíve got a second one somewhere else, you see, that you donít see. Thatís a very common thing that they do. So it says here:)
The LED TV models allow you to manually point it upward, facing the ceiling; the plasmaís camera can be re-aimed to capture objects in the rear of the TV according a Samsung spokesperson.
And it can be updated, etc, with software. Which means the government itself or government agencies can also update the darn thing while youíre using it remotely as well. And so, there you go. And people will want this, theyíll want it, yeah, because itís got voice and you got to tell it what to do. Oh, what fun, what fun, for about five minutes until youíre bored with it and you want something else. Anyway, thatís how it works in totalitarian societies. And then getting into, again, the carrot, stick. You know, get them acclimatized to things, the cheese, you know, and the trap and all that. And in comes the Smart Meters and everybody will say, ďOh, you know.Ē So you talk about safety and all the rest of it. And once youíre kind of used to it and it kind of dies away, because the media are told donít cover so much to do with anything to do with the wi-fi and anything like that. So, it dies away, you see. So:
White House 'Green Button' Initiative Eyes Electricity Savings
(A: Eh. Green Button. Is that nice? It says:)
Effort to help people manage electricity usage expands,
(A: You see. So, itís:)
with backing from nine utilities,
(A: Thatís the big companies that want them in.)
a developer challenge from the DOE, and third-party Web and mobile apps.
A White House call for power companies to help people
(A: To help people. Itís to help people, you see.)
in the United States better manage their energy usage and their electricity bill
(A: And their bills of course.)
is expanding with new support from the private sector and government agencies.
(A: Letís go back to the government agencies, you know, the ones I mentioned at the beginning, with their chief information officers and all their technology experts and all the rest of it. So, this is all part of a big, big, pre-planned plan, obviously. So theyíre going at it for you. So, eventually, it says here:)
Nine new utilities and electricity suppliers now allow people to view their electricity usage electronically
(A; So, now youíre going to be, theyíll start to make you obsessed about your electricity usage, because theyíll keep getting in touch with you, and thatís you know, punch up your screen, and theyíre contacting you directly, to tell you how much youíre using.† Isnít that wonderful. And itís got a little:)
Green Button initiative, so-named because it allows people to see this information by clicking a green button on a website, government officials said in a Green Button effort by making their customers' energy-usage information available on their websites so people can quickly make informed decisions about how to better use their power.
(A: Again, itís Pavlovian training, folks. And it will work. And people will shortly be prattling about it too. Because, at first they get kind of nervous about these things. Ď Oh, did you get contacted by the government about your energy? Oh, yeah, I did. I did. Well, what did you say to them? Well, they told me to cut back on this and that. Well, what did you do? Oh, I did, I did. Oh, I better do it too then.í And thatís how it works with the general population, you see. It says:)
What about the feds' energy habits?
(A: So, it lets you see how much energy they claim theyíre using in federal government departments. Well, that will be a lie, you see. So:)
The move was part of a larger open-data strategy
(A: Thatís your open-data, your clear government, you see. Itís to help you.)
announced by President Obama on his first day of office that has been the linchpin of the administration's efforts to promote government transparency.
(A: What it does is make your house transparent to the government.)
The feds modeled Green Button after a similar initiative called Blue Button that lets people click a button online to view their personal health data
(A: Itís to help you, you see.)
and share it with healthcare providers
(A: Thatís the big corporations that will start bombarding you with emails and sending you, you know, cheap crutches and things.)
and other trusted health partners.
You see. And mind you too, thereíll be a red button for the dissenters. You know what happens when you press that one. Back with more, after this.
Hi folks, Iím Alan Watt and this is Cutting Through the Matrix. And talking about totalitarian systems that weíre in and how everything is presented to you as something that you want. ĎOh, you got to get this. Itís the latest whatever.í And how itís really all set out to make sure that youíre the mouse in the cage, and youíve got lots of cameras pointed at you, and even little things picking up your thoughts and your habits and everything else. Thatís really what itís all about, you see, for a scientific system to be in power forever. Forever, you see. That kind of system can never be overthrown, and thatís again what Aldous Huxley talked about in Brave New World Revisited. And it says, this is a kind of non-story:
U.S. Resurrects Shuttered Bush Administration 'Total Information Awareness' Data Mining Program
(A: I donít think it ever went away. And it:)
Relaxes Limits on Use of Data in Terror Analysis
(A: Well, theyíve never had limits on anything at that level. Never ever. It says:)
The Obama administration is moving to relax restrictions on how counterterrorism analysts may retrieve, store and search information about Americans gathered by government agencies for purposes other than national security threats.
(A: So, itís for everybody. Right?)
Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. on Thursday signed new guidelines for the National Counterterrorism Center, which was created in 2004 to foster intelligence sharing and serve as a terrorism threat clearinghouse. The guidelines will lengthen to five years - from 180 days - the amount of time the center can retain private information about Americans when there is no suspicion that they are tied to terrorism, intelligence officials said.
(A: So, itís for everybody. And donít you believe thereís any time limit, that they canít keep this stuff. It says:)
The guidelines are also expected to result in the center making more copies of entire databases and "data mining them" using complex algorithms to search for patterns that could indicate a threat.
I guess your TV will help them as well. But itís a kind of non-story, because theyíve always been doing this stuff, you see. Always. Always been doing this stuff.
And Iíve said for ages, you see, because the Royal Institute for International Affairs set up many front groups which belonged to them. They were theirs. And the members belonged to the Royal Institute of International Affairs, Council on Foreign Relations. And they had the ones for the Pacific, which they set up in the 1920s and 30s to work to make the Pacific region, or Far Eastern, I should say, to amalgamate the countries, way down the road, like today, you see. Like China, Australia, New Zealand, and a whole bunch of other ones. And we know that the Prime Minister of Australia now, thatís bringing in the carbon taxes and making the country destitute you see, and giving lots of deals to China, itís called the New Asian Century. And here they go, because the banks are now making ties, the central banks of Australia and China are starting to make ties together. They always start off with ties. Theyíve got certain terminology they use for that. It says:
RBA governor Glenn Stevens and Peopleís Bank of China governor Zhou Xiaochuan sign the currency deal in Beijing on Thursday.
Australia will become more enmeshed
(A: Enmeshed, you see. Thatís another term they used with the EU every time they signed a new treaty with them.)
in the Asian financial zone after the Reserve Bank signed a $30 billion currency swap arrangement with the Chinese central bank yesterday.
(A: Itís a historic agreement, the first of its kind, you see. New Zealand will follow suit.)
The historic agreement highlights the important role Australia is playing in what the Gillard government calls ďthe Asian centuryĒ, as the worldís fastest growing major economy integrates into global trade and financial markets.
(A: Integrates is an interesting word too.)
The agreement, signed in Beijing by Reserve Bank of Australia governor Glenn Stevens and Peopleís Bank of China governor Zhou Xiaochuan, ≠follows Beijingís decision last November to allow convertibility between Australian dollars and Chinese yuan in the interbank market in China.
So, that again was part of the idea they had a hundred years ago. A hundred years ago, by the guys at the Royal Institute of International Affairs that said theyíd make three main trading blocs. The whole of Europe would eventually expand for the continent you see. A North American integration, the American continent integrating. And then the last one would be the Far East. And here we are. Itís just coincidence though, isnít it? Just coincidence.
Iíll also put up tonight too, a video from the Council on Foreign Relations, thatís the Royal Institute of International Affairs by another name. Just like a rose, you see. And they had their Council of Councils Meeting. All their other Councils across the world are on board together, getting their marching orders. And theyíve got the head of the World Bank there now, giving a talk with the ideas for the future for more integration, more power dominance, and so on. Incredibly powerful organization. They have the biggest think tanks advising every country in the world as to what to do. And they donít just advise, when they come out with their stuff, governments do what theyíre told. Every prime minister is a member. And every president is a member. And has been since the late 1800s, when it was called a different name.
And another one I want to put up tonight too is Watts Up With That? Or Whatís Up With That? And itís about:
Moncktonís Schenectady showdown
(A: It says:)
That Lord Monckton was to give his ďClimate of FreedomĒ lecture at Union College in Schenectady, New York, had thrown the universityís environmentalists into a turmoil. The campus environmentalists set up a Facebook page announcing a counter-meeting of their own immediately following Moncktonís lecture. There is no debate about global warming, they announced. There is a consensus. The science is settled. Their meeting would be addressed by professors and PhDs, the ďtrueĒ scientists, no less. Sparks, it seemed, were gonna fly.
So, itís fantastic, because Monkton demolished them. All of them. And had them all a-gaga, you know, at what he actually said, because he knows his stuff, and he knows his facts, and even the professors, he outwitted them by using facts once again. Very good article and worth reading as well. Whether it will do any good, I donít know, because this is the big world mandate, of course, as we well know. And itís one of the main techniques to bring us down into austerity, and depopulation, and eventually sterilization to save the planet, you see. And in fact, I think Australia also, it was definitely talking about penalizing people with more children than two per family, following Chinaís route at one child per family. So, well they consume all that, they breathe out CO2 for goodness sake. Canít have that.
So, everything that happens in the world, even the things that get you all riled up and you become an advocate for somebody elseís idea, itís all given to you. Itís all given to you. The greatest way, of course, is to get you emotionally involved, emotionally involved, and then they present the heroes for you to follow, and you do. You follow them and you parrot them. And youngsters are very good for it. You always get the youngsters at university, and thereís always specific, either CIA appointed ones or definite globalist ones appointed to every university, to get the students riled up, to tell them what to protest about, you see. Theyíve done that for a hundred years too. So, people never stand back and look at the data for themselves or even question beyond ďif Iím being used, what are they using me for? What is their real agenda?Ē Because they never read the past, you see. They never read about the past of the Big Boys, about depopulation, too much of the cattle at the bottom, or David Suzuki for instance, the guy who loves nature, whoís actually a eugenicist and a geneticist. You see, you cannot be a geneticist without taking all the eugenics courses. Itís all based on eugenics.
And Suzuki just recently, got in hot water again, on his particular attacking Canada, and so on, and trying to close down our energy supplies in Canada, with all this outside funding heís getting. You know, from Soros, probably, and other people like that, Iíd imagine. Not just Soros, but a few other outside ones. Soros is involved in these things, by the way. Big, big globalist. Hereís the one with Suzuki. It says:
Suzuki vs. the Senate ó whoís silencing whom?
(A: It says:)
Radical environmentalists tend not to be famous for their objectivity or sense of irony. Canadaís most famous eco-activist, David Suzuki,
(A: Iíll put that link up again, where youíll see him when he was at university, teaching the students that humanity are all maggots. Maggots, he says. Thereís four levels of maggots he said. The bottom two levels of maggots live on the poop from the ones above. So I guess heís up there somewhere, pooping on us all, because he obviously sees himself as a superior type of maggot with better genes, you know. Anyway.)
proved that this week by organizing a write-in campaign to protest a Senate inquiry into foreign institutional funding of Canadian political activism.
(A: See, thatís where theyíre getting all their money, itís from these big foundations that are pushing, oh, global warming, carbon taxes and the Green Agenda, depopulation.)
Independent researcher Vivian Krause unearthed more than $300-million of such eco-laundering,
(A: They call it, from other countries into Canada.)
which has been used to campaign against B.C. fish farming and bring the Canadian forest industry to heel. Recently, both Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver fingered foreign funding in clogging up the regulatory process for the proposed Northern Gateway pipeline, the latest front in the green industryís war against the oil sands.
The Suzuki-to-Senate form email ventriloquized that robo-senders were ďdisappointed by the recent attempts of some senators to silence and demonize those who donít share their positions.Ē It suggested that the Conservative senators, led by Nicole Eaton, were trying to ďstifle the voices of millions of Canadians.Ē
In fact, ďSilence and demonizeĒ could be the Suzuki foundationís motto. On its website, right beside Tell the Senate to stop silencing environmental groups sits a piece by Mr. Suzuki with the headline Climate change denial isnít about science, or even skepticism. The same article was recently published in The Huffington Post under the headline Deny Deniers their Right to Deny!
(A: You see, liberals are awfully good at that. Theyíre good at telling you, oh, weíre liberal, everybody should have a voice and everything, except when you donít agree with them. Then they donít want you to have any voice at all. And then when they get in power, they literally pass laws so as you canít even speak about things. It says:)
There is no more objectionable term for legitimate skepticism than ďdenial,Ē which equates honest questioning with barmy claims that the Holocaust never took place. The Puffington article is, however, fascinating because it implicitly acknowledges that the Kyoto policy juggernaut has come off the rails, so Mr. Suzuki changes tack. What if the science isnít settled (ridiculous idea though that still is), asks Mr. Suzuki. How can we keep relying on ďfiniteĒ fossil fuels and thus robbing the future? We need big plans!
(A: Well, whoís Ďweí?)
Such Malthusian hooey confirms that Mr. Suzuki is blind to history and utterly clueless about how markets work. Just look at the actual results of the government-mandated global green shift: collapsing wind and solar industries, threats of trade war over the EUís plan to force emissions trading on foreign airlines; President Obama backpedalling furiously over Keystone XL in the face of soaring gasoline prices.
Meanwhile hereís Mr. Suzukiís idea of a scientific argument: his piece links to a news story about a study that suggests that denial is a function of being a conservative white male (I suggest Mr. Suzuki try that theory on fearless blogger, and fierce critic of the UNís Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Donna Laframboise). Meanwhile, if you want to understand climate issues, according to Mr. Suzuki, donít even think of visiting the websites of dissenters such as Anthony Watts (creator of wattsupwiththat.com.
So, anyway, as I say, thereís massive, see a lot of things that they get through politically is through massive pressure by, again, non-governmental organizations that are run by the big, big foundations that dish out billions and sometimes trillions of dollars across the planet, to their armies of non-governmental organizations, to protest stuff, to bring us all into line with the global policy of no work, austerity, which is poverty, and the back-to-nature nonsense. You understand, you have to fight nature. Nature will kill you if you donít. Thatís why you have a house, to heat yourself and protect yourself from the elements for an example. But these characters are using all this as a front. They donít believe in that at all.† They believe in eugenics, superior types for the future, and in a post-industrial society you donít need all the useless eaters. And it was Bertrand Russell who first used that term, the useless eaters, the ones who have no purpose anymore. Remember, as I say, Bernard Shaw, and Iíve mentioned it many, many times, and now other people are repeating it, he mentioned that when we are in power, the Socialists, in the Fabian Society, youíll come to us, and youíll have to justify why we should let you exist, because you have to only exist to serve the system, you see. And Suzuki certainly belongs to that category of Fabianism.
Visiting hate and terror websites will be punished
(A: He says. So:)
President Nicolas Sarkozy is seen making a statement on French national television from the Elysee Palace in Paris
(A: I always like that Elysee, because itís the field of Ulysses, you understand, after the revolution, for those who know their history, it was the field of Ulysses, where they lit it up with all the lights and tried to re-enact it. And they all dressed up and everything, thousands of them, after the Revolution, to re-enact the big ceremonies of the Elysian Fields as they call them. So, Itís quite interesting. But thatís just by the bye. And it says:)
France's President Nicolas Sarkozy is seen making a statement on French national television from the Elysee Palace
Etc. And it would be interesting too, what they start banning, because, you understand, under hate or extremism, you can silence lots of contrary opinions on everything. In a free society, it doesnít matter who they are. Theyíve got to be able to say what they think, even if theyíre nuts, and you leave it up to the public to decide if theyíre nuts or not. And even from nuts you get some good little nuggets sometimes, once in a while, because theyíre not thinking in a linear fashion, like all the conditioned people out there. So theyíve got to eventually keep expanding their lists of people that youíre not to listen to. Theyíre now threatening to you, if you look at their websites, that theyíre going to punish you as well. Punish you? Is that what the government is there for? To punish people like little children? Hmm? It never ends, does it? They just expand it and expand it and expand it. And then too, if youíre going to look at someone preaching hatred and violence, then you cannot leave out any exception, including the ones that itís getting preached against. Look at everybody. Look at everything. You never take the word of anybody. Look at everything and make your own decisions. Isnít that fair? But this is nothing to do with fairness, is it?
Now, Monsanto, thatís got the contract apparently from the Big Boys, to feed the world their poison and bring down the population. The elite donít eat it themselves. In fact, the Monsanto staff donít eat their own poisonous stuff. They wonít eat it. In all their cafeterias, at their big plants, they bring in cuisine that only uses organic stuff only. They wonít use their own stuff to eat. It has to be organic, and non-GM. So, anyway:
Monsanto ĎBiotechnology Book for Childrení Caught Brainwashing Children
They brought a book out to make sure children get it at school, so as theyíll grow up loving their green poisons made by Monsanto. Iíll put that link up tonight too. All these links will go up tonight at cuttingthroughthematrix.com. Back after this message.
Hi folks, Iím back, Cutting Through the Matrix. And just before I go to a caller, Iíll also toss this one in too, and itís a PDF, and itís from the government, the US government, and itís the INSA, Intelligence and National Security Alliance. And that will fit in with the ones I gave you at the beginning of the broadcast, to do with chief information officers and so on, because itís all integrated, you see. Weíre all integrated, across the whole planet, to be honest with you. This is a Smart Change Task Force, itís called, and what they mean by Smart Change. And itís all to do with us, of course, all the ones at the bottom that pay for all this, and give them nice secure lives with a wonderful lifestyle.
So, Iíll go now to Luke from Vermont, if heís still on the line there. Hello? Hello, Luke?
Luke: Hello. I wonder if the reason that Alexander Solzhenitsyn chose to live in my home town, which is in Cavendish, has something do with some the reasons why I donít really buy the establishment lines over global warming. And that leads into my topic, which I want to bring up, which is a story from high school, and then Iíd like to ask a question afterwards, if you wouldnít mind.
Alan: Sure. Go ahead.
Luke: In high school, my sociology teacher was teaching our class about how we have to fight global warming with carbon taxes. And after class, I confronted her a little bit, and I actually got her to admit that her real opinion on the matter is that we should be paying carbon taxes to redistribute wealth.
Alan: Thatís right.
Luke: And to make equality in the world. So, sheís openly lying to the class, which is pretty interesting, I thought. And so, I just wanted to bring that up. And I wanted to ask you about something that kind of confuses me, because Iíve been listening for about a year and a half, and Iíve heard you say a couple times, that weíre post-democratic.† And then, Iíve also heard that weíve never had democracy.
Alan: Well, we never really had. You see, democracy simply means that youíre allowed to vote for whomever they present to you to vote for. Thatís all it means. You have no recall afterwards, if they go off on a different track. And that was actually admitted in Canada, in the government of Canada, that once you vote them in, they can do whatever they want. It doesnít mater what they said theyíd do. So, democracy simply is no different than the Communist system of Politburo #1, 2, 3, which one do you want? Itís the same thing.
But we were though, we were given more of a chance to do different things ourselves without government interference in our lives. Thatís the big difference between, say, the 1970s or 60s to the present. Now government wants to know everything about us all the time. So, itís a farce even to call it democracy. What does really democracy mean? Youíre supposed to get people who represent you. People have never had anybody thatís represented them, since the American Revolution, basically. And itís the same in Britain and elsewhere. Itís a very tightly controlled system, government. Very tightly controlled, and who gets into it, and then you find that Carroll Quigley of the CFR, the historian, says that thereís not been an American president whoís not been a member, ever elected, that hasnít been a member of this particular organization since the late 1800s. And he said Prime Ministers too in Britain. So, you see, weíve been fooled at every step. And of course the last thing they want to tell you is, yes, we are totalitarian. Itís the last thing they want to tell you, because voting is the only means to let off the steam of the public when theyíre ticked off at the party thatís in, and then they vote another party in, and beg them and hope theyíre going to get something better. It stops revolutions. Thatís what it does. Thanks for calling. From Hamish and myself, from Ontario, Canada, itís good night. And may your god or your gods go with you.
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Chief Information Officers Council--(CIO Council) People and Organization
Government CIO 50-----Internet and Government Agencies, Private Companies and Who Drives Them
50 Most Influential Government CIOs
TV Watches and Listens to You---Now You Know why Governments Mandated Digital Broadcasting
First Install Smart Meter, then Comes Green Button Initiative---Government and Private Suppliers Contact You and "Suggest" More Efficient Ways of Using Power
US Expands Limits on Total Information Awareness---Keeps personal data for Minimum of 5 Years---All Citizens regardless of "Persons of Interest" initial Category
On Track--Australia Merging Economically with Gillard's "The Asian Century"----China Currency Swap Agreement
CFR with their Council of Councils---Video with Zoellick, President of World Bank
Monckton's Schenectady Showdown
David Suzuki gets even More Radical--Wants to Deny Opposing Scientists to Global Warming a Voice
1972 clip of David Suzuki comparing Humans to Maggots
Sarkozy on Hate Websites
Monsanto "Biotechnology" Book to Brainwash Children
US Intelligence and National Security Alliance---Smart Change Task Force---PDF
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