April 4th, 2012 (#1058)
Alan Watt "Cutting Through The Matrix" LIVE on RBN:

Poem Copyright Alan Watt April 4th, 2012:

NSA: Yes We Watch You All the Time,
Collecting Data, Preventing Crime:

"There's Damage Control and Feds are Scurrying
To Prevent the Sheeple Fretting and Worrying,
Massive Banks Built for Data Collection,
The Nasty Citizenry May Be Avoiding Detection,
Yes the Citizens Simply Can't Be Trusted,
All are Potentially Criminals to Be Busted,
The Size of the Project is Fearsome, That's Why
We're Paranoid to Think They Watch You and I,
Even Though Announcing That is Exactly
What They are Doing, Matter-of-Factly,
Doublethink is Necessary for the Proles,
Neutralizes Suspicion of NSA Goals"
© Alan Watt April 4, 2012

Poem and Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt Ė April 4th, 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 April the 4th, 2012.  For newcomers, help yourself to the website, cuttingthroughthematrix.com, and hopefully, you can wade through lots of information, which really will spell out to you in detail how the world is really run, and how itís always been run by very rich organizations, interlinked through foundations and central banking and global banking.  These guys were the merchant bankers of the Middle Ages and latter Middle Ages too.  And they decided it was quite easy to take over the world if you control the cash.  And itís never really changed.  So, in the 20th century, of course, they really came out full blown with their new system, and the big organization which helps run this for them is the Royal Institute of International Affairs, or Council on Foreign Relations in the States and elsewhere.  So, help yourself to the audios, and youíll get the names of different authors, with their books that explain this to you, written by the Big Boys themselves, this ordered, planned society theyíre bringing us all through and into.  So, help yourselves.  And, as I say too, if you want to keep me going, you can buy the books and discs at cuttingthroughthematrix.com, and you can also from the US, remember, use a personal check or an international postal money order from your post office, or you can send cash or use PayPal.  Across the world, Western Union, Money Gram, and PayPal, once again. 


Really, I chronicle really whatís happening today and go back into the writings of big players for this organization, who wrote their memoirs.  There are lots of books on their agendas, stuffy stuff, really, that people didnít want to read, and they lay on their shelves for a long, long time, in the libraries.  I used to be amazed to go into a library and find out that even books like Tragedy and Hope, and things like that, hadnít been read for about thirty years.  Itís astonishing.  And yet they lay out the whole agenda for the populations of the world, including a global governmental system, and so on.  And lots of other books too, by the big players.  You know who they are, because they appear once in a while on television, the guys who are the technocrat type, the ones who have more power than politicians, go across the world.  Theyíre not elected into their positions.  And they can do as they wish.  They get the big jobs done without bothering about democracy or peopleís rights, like Kissinger, and the Brzezinskis, and even old David Rockefeller himself, that goes across the world in his 90s, giving speeches at global meetings, about this same agenda that heís been on about for all his whole life, in fact.  They never stop.  They never stop, because theyíre dedicated, as in a religion, basically. 


And they have a whole world web system, set up with their organizations, all interlinking together.  Theyíve covered every aspect of society, from education onwards, and all the new kinds of education theyíre getting too, always preparing the next generation for the world that is ordered to be brought in that they will live through, in their lifetime.  So, theyíll adapt to it very quickly, thinking itís all quite natural as we all did as well.  So, youíve got to really go into archives to get any truths at all, about the system that works upon us.  Again too, even the regular media is all owned by members of the Council on Foreign Relations or the Royal Institute of International Affairs, always has been for a hundred years.  And their job is to prepare you, generally, if they give you a good story, itís to prepare you for whatís coming, so that youíll adapt almost subconsciously to it before it happens.  And youíll behave in the way that youíre trained to behave, which is to succumb to it, accept it, adapt to it, and just put up with it.  The mainstream also gives you lots of trivia to divert you from whatís really happening.  When you see a blitz of trivia, itís because something big is happening somewhere and they donít want you to find out about it.  Weíre really, really managed very well in this scientific controlled society.  Back with more, after this.


Hi folks, Iím Alan Watt.  Weíre back Cutting Through the Matrix.  And itís astonishing, always astonishing, to have what you already know reiterated and verified over and over and over again, but I guess itís important to the general public to be brainwashed all the time.  And they give us such pathetic, trivial, childish type answers and excuses and stories, to throw us off track, rather than have us say, you know, weíre under totalitarianism.  And thatís the bottom line, we are under totalitarianism, have been for quite some time.  Hereís an article for instance here, it says:


The National Security Agency is facing claims that its new spy centre in Utah will have the power to monitor ordinary Americans.


(Alan: Itís amazing how they pick Utah for everything.  The FBI love to recruit from Utah, and even special forces sometimes send their guys to train in the university down there too.  Anyway:)


Intelligence expert James Bamford


(A: So, right away, youíve got an intelligence expert, supposedly, called James Bamford:)


recently interviewed a whistleblower who claimed that the NSA has software that is able to search through the emails, phone calls and texts of U.S. citizens, in an article published in WIRED magazine.


(A: Now, how many articles over the last few years have we seen, where theyíve admitted the same thing in mainstream?  How many times, really?  Youíre taught over and over that youíre being watched, listened to and so on, everything recorded and kept, yadda, yadda, ya.  It says:)


But Mike Baker, a former cover field operations officer for the CIA, told Fox News that the paranoia surrounding the billion dollar project was understandable yet exaggerated,


(A: You see, itís all exaggerated, you understand.)


 adding that the main problem was the size of the data collection warehouse.


(A: Itís nothing to do with the fact that theyíre watching and listening to all of you.  No, no, no.  Itís just the size of the warehouse that scares you, you see.)


'The fact that theyíre building a new data center isnít news,' Baker told Fox News.


'Theyíve got several other [similar] facilities.


(A: Theyíll have quite a few dozen, probably.  I bet you.)


The size of this is what is creating the stir.'


(A: Just the size of it.  Nothing to do with you being pried upon, snooped upon, listened to, recorded, and everything else.  Right?)


Once built, the million square foot centre will be more than five times the size of the US Capitol,


(A: Five times the size.  More than five times the size.)


and will use an estimated $40m of electricity


(A: Paid by the taxpayer, of course.)


every year, according to one estimate.


(A: $40 million worth of electricity.  Thereís quite a deal to land for the electric company that supplies them, eh?  But itís all old school tie.)


But Baker said the scale of the center is perhaps necessary because of the potential threat to the U.S.'s national safety.


(A: It suddenly happened, weíve got threats to the national safety, you see.)


'The number one threat that we face as a nation frankly is not Iran.


(A: That means that all his bosses are liars.)


Itís not actually the war on terror,'


(A: Heís verifying that his bosses are liars.)


he told the channel.


 (A: He says:)


'Itís cyber warfare. It is the daily, astounding number of attacks against our government infrastructure, our private sector. The amount of economic espionage thatís directed at our country on a daily basis would stun the American public. So the NSA has both a defensive and offensive requirement.'


The former intelligence officer said most people's suspicions were unfounded. 'Thereís a tendency on the average American to think their life is fascinating enough for the government to want to surveil them all the time, to collect information on them,'


(A: Well, all the previous articles for the last ten years have said that, you see.  That weíre all awfully important, because theyíve got us all categorized, even the Pentagon said theyíve got a virtual you in their Pentagon system, and by getting all your daily data uploaded, which folk do quite willingly, they add to the personality profile of you, their little virtual reality you, and they actually play games on it to see how youíd react in a real life situation.  But no, this guy is saying itís all unfounded, oh, itís all nonsense.  Why are you worried about it?  He says:)


'I come from the other side of this, having spent the time and looked behind the curtain. I honestly can say they donít care about the average American. Thatís not the point of the exercise.'


What rubbish.  What rubbish.  You see, in a totalitarian system, you have to study totalitarian systems. The most important person of all was the average person.  Look at the Stasi in East Germany, before they changed their system.  They had one in four of civilians spying on the rest.  Everybody is important.  Because, you see, in totalitarian societies, the most average person can have these little ah-ha moments, sort of thing, and say something thatís true to other people and they kind of wake them up.  It shocks them.  Youíve got to make sure that everybody is predictable in a totalitarian system.  So, what a rubbishy excuse for children.  They treat you like children, with the rubbish they heap out of the rubbish pit for the public.  And thatís what they expect us all to believe.  Itís just the size of the place, mind you.  No, no.  No.  They have to build something five times the size of Washington DC to get the people trying to hack into government computers.  Really?  Okay.  So, but thatís what they feed you, eh?  Weíre mushrooms.  You know, we see the sky once a day, when they open the lid and put the dung on us and then close it again. 


Now, while theyíre doing all this too, theyíve got people into this new system of basically portable computing, which is their brain theyíre talking about.  And this is Google.  It says:


Google goggles are here! Watch video of the mind-boggling


(A: I donít want anything that boggles my mind, you know, artificially.)


techno-glasses which layer Maps, email and web searches OVER your view of the world


(A: And it goes on about their:)


Glasses - unveiled via a Google Plus page, Project Glass, are voice-controlled, and offer GPS directions as well as email and video chat through a built-in screen directly in front of a user's eyes.


(A: Oh, what fun.  What fun, eh.)


The glasses are a product of Google's 'Google X' blue-sky ideas lab - and the search giant is looking for ideas to improve them.


(A: Well, you canít tell people, because they will buy this up like crazy.  The youngsters will, thinking itís fantastic, as they fall over things and break their necks, you know.  Anyway, it says:)


In demonstrations, the glasses are mainly voice-controlled, using voice commands to bring up contacts,


(A: Thereís enough people blathering around, around you if you go into a town nowadays, or into a city.  Theyíre all yapping into the ether, right?  So, hereís another thing to make them yap all the more.  And so, they voice-control the glasses:)


using voice commands to bring up contacts, send emails and search. 


(A: Now they can vocalize their emails to everybody around them.  I mean, I donít want to hear that.)


The glasses appear to run a variant of the Android operating system, using the same microphone icon and other recognisable parts of Google's mobile OS.


(A: Hereís another part too. Itís to do with the mobile part of it, Iím looking for here.  It says:)


'We think technology should work for you


(A: Yeah right)


óto be there when you need it and get out of your way when you donít,' says Google.


(A: And:)


The glasses layer information 'over' the world, and offer directions Ė


(A: So, for all the idiots to know where theyíre going.)


as well as allowing users to 'locate' one another in the real world, as with Google's current Latitude system.


So, itís all part of the interfacing system of computerization and humans that theyíre really pushing for, until people without the glasses wonít know where theyíre going anymore because they wonít have to remember where theyíre going or how to get there.  Ah, dear.  But thatís the stuff weíre getting.  Itís all to alter your brain, you understand.  Anything artificially inserted in your mind, is not for your fun or use.  Thereís always a purpose behind it, even if you think sometimes itís fun.  So, be very careful, for those who have got a mind, still have got a mind of their own, be awfully careful.  Itís the same with these games too, that ďmassageĒ your brain.  What a way to say it, theyíre massaging your brain.  Waves could actually catch, basically your thought patterns as you think.  And you can work in the games with it.  But, in reality, it sends all that back to your bosses. You know, like that place in Utah thatís five times the size of Washington DC.




Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov issued a strong warning against a military attack on Iran Monday, April 2, saying that a pre-emptive strike would violate international law.


(A: It violates the treaties, I guess is what it is, and international law.  And:)


His comments, made during a visit to Armenia, stopped short of threatening (the US and/or Israel) of consequences. But they backed up and were in tune with the explicit threat from Iranís supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei last Thursday of strong Iranian resistance to foreign intervention in Syria and vow to defend Damascus as the ďcenter of resistance against Israel.Ē


So, things are going on as usual, you know.  Just pretty well much the same as usual.  And this article too is to do with another internet law.  I mean, why bother reading them, really?  I donít even want to read them to be honest with you.  Because, if we havenít got it through our thick skulls by now, what theyíre doing with their massive intrusion into all our lives, we never will.  It says:


An onrush of condemnation and criticism kept the SOPA and PIPA acts from passing earlier this year, but US lawmakers have already authored another authoritarian bill that could give them free reign to creep the Web in the name of cybersecurity.


(A: Well, if theyíre building that thing in Utah, they ainít going to dismantle it now, because youíve got rights.  Ha, ha, ha. It says:)


As congressmen in Washington consider how to handle the ongoing issue of cyberattacks, some legislators have lent their support to a new act that, if passed, would let the government pry into the personal correspondence of anyone of their choosing.


H.R. 3523, a piece of legislation dubbed the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act


(A: Itís all to protect you, so itís okay.)


(or CISPA for short), has been created under the guise of being a necessary implement in Americaís war against cyberattacks.


(A: So, itís not terrorism anymore.  And itís not Iran and so on.  No, itís actually cyberattacks from, well, people living amongst you.  You see, itís all of you.)


But the vague verbiage contained within the pages of the paper could allow Congress to circumvent existing exemptions to online privacy laws and essentially monitor, censor and stop any online communication that it considers disruptive to the government or private parties.


(A: What is disruptive to the government or private parties?  Itís also any information thatís put out containing any truth about the government.  It kind of disrupts it.)


Critics have already come after CISPA for the capabilities that it will give to seemingly any federal entity that claims it is threatened by online interactions, but unlike the Stop Online Privacy Act and the Protect IP Acts that were discarded on the Capitol Building floor after incredibly successful online campaigns to crush them, widespread recognition of what the latest would-be law will do has yet to surface to the same degree.


Well, itís always really the same thing.  They keep going until they get what they want.  Same thing when they vote the EU in.  All the countries got a chance to vote.  You kept saying no.  Well, youíre getting it anyway.  Back with more, after this.


Hi folks, Iím Alan Watt.  Weíre Cutting Through the Matrix.  And whatís happening to some countries will come home to us, of course.  Itís coming home slowly, but whatís happened already to other countries, under so-called austerity measures, where theyíve plundered and raped the people, and given them no hope at all, such as Greece, is causing some stirs, as people commit suicide.  We had that in Italy too.  Two guys burned themselves to death.  But here in Greece it says:


Earlier today, we remarked on the story of a 77-year old Greek, now identified as Dimitris Christoulas, who at around 9 am took his life in the middle of Athens' central Syntagma Square with a bullet to his head. His full suicide note has been released. The note, presented below, ends in a solemn call to arms to "hang the traitors of this country."


"The Tsolakoglou government has annihilated all traces for my survival,


(A: He says:)


which was based on a very dignified pension that I alone paid for 35 years with no help from the state. And since my advanced age does not allow me a way of dynamically reacting (although if a fellow Greek were to grab a Kalashnikov, I would be right behind him), I see no other solution than this dignified end to my life, so I donít find myself fishing through garbage cans for my sustenance. I believe that young people with no future, will one day take up arms and hang the traitors of this country at Syntagma square, just like the Italians did to Mussolini in 1945"  


(A: And it says here that:)


The suicide occured shortly before 9am, as people went about their business on the square. Christoulas, 77, shot himself while standing next to a tree on one of the grassy areas on the square.  He died from a single shot to the head.


(A: I mean, literally he had no hope.  His pension and everything is grabbed.  Gone.  Everything he paid into, gone, because of this EU corrupt central banking system.)


He was a retired pharmacist, with a wife and a daughter. He sold his pharmacy in 1994.


(A: So, it says:)


Laos head Yiorgos Karatzaferis noted in Parliament that the bullet that killed the man in Syntagma, also hit the conscience of the Greek political sphere. "This is not just a person that killed himself", he said. "This event should make us understand that we have all been behind this, we have all pulled the trigger. What did this man see from us, before deciding to take his own life?


Well, thereís no hope if you look at Parliament at all.  Theyíre all corrupt.  And thatís part of the problem too, because theyíre all in on the big agencies and organizations, the world organization to do with central banking.  And theyíre all under technocrats now anyway.  But imagine, your whole life savings and your pension that the bankers have invested many, many, many times over, all these years.  As soon as you put a penny in, theyíve got it invested somewhere, and they take the profits from it, for all the years that youíre putting it in, and then you end up with nothing.  And itís just disgusting, but again, itís going to come everywhere, as the whole world is pushed into the next part of this plan, because people talked about this plan a long time ago, guys who were in on it. 


Iíve mentioned Professor Carroll Quigley quite a few times.  He understood the plan.  He goes through the history of banking, in fact, in his book Tragedy and Hope, and how they changed their views and their functions, as they grew in power over all the nations.  And itís pretty disgusting.  Anyway, thatís whatís going to come to every other country down the road.


US draws up plans for nuclear drones


(A: Well, that had to come, right?  It says:)


A conventionally powered MQ-9 Reaper drone,


(A: Reaper, the Grim Reaper, eh?  They love these names, eh?)


which has a flight time of 14 hours when loaded, could fly far longer with nuclear energy.


(A: Interesting, isnít it?  Nuclear energy powered.)


American scientists have drawn up plans for a new generation of nuclear-powered drones capable of flying over remote regions of the world for months on end without refuelling.


The blueprints for the new drones, which have been developed by Sandia National Laboratories Ė the US government's principal nuclear research and development agency Ė and defence contractor Northrop Grumman,


(A: You know, Northrop Grumman, like all these big boys have been on the go since before WWII, always in the weapons industry.)


were designed to increase flying time "from days to months" while making more power available for operating equipment, according to a project summary published by Sandia.


"It's pretty terrifying prospect," said Chris Coles of Drone Wars UK, which campaigns against the increasing use of drones for both military and civilian purposes. "Drones are much less safe than other aircraft and tend to crash a lot. There is a major push by this industry to increase the use of drones and both the public and government are struggling to keep up with the implications."


Great, great contracts you get to kill folk and stuff, isnít it?  I mean, itís never ending. You just keep making money, hand over fist.  And then this article too:


Police State 2012: Weapons On Police Drones Coming Soon.


(A: And itís from the US.  And what you see is this thing in the sky.  Is it a bird?  Is it a plane?  And they actually have a video of this little thing.  It looks kind of like a hovercraft, but itís up 20 feet or 30 feet up in the air.  And it says:)


A Bill Congress passed this week makes it easier for the government to fly unmanned spy planes in the US airspace.  And the agency projects that 30,000 drones could be in the national skies by 2020. 


And itís interesting too, thereís another article to do with the fact that they now want to arm them.  I think it was Houston that first came out with that.  Now that theyíve got drones they want to arm them.  That will be the next step, they said.  So, of course the people, theyíre not interested in you, like that specialist said.  No, theyíre not really interested in you, what youíre up to, as they hover over your back garden and watch you with infrared and all their other techniques through your walls.  No.  Theyíre not interested in you at all.  Thatís why they want thousands and thousands of drones.  Theyíre not interested in you.  No, no, no.  Back with more, after this break.


Hi folks, Iím Alan Watt.  Weíre back, Cutting Through the Matrix.  And wading through all the nonsense they give us as news, to find some truth, somewhere here or there, you see.  Itís great how weíre trained.  Isnít it great?  Even at school I can remember they brought politicians around who gave us speeches I canít remember, and theyíd all wear these wonderful suits and ties all the time, and none of them looked like your dads in those areas, working class areas, at all.  And it made them special, you see.  Thatís how they present them, as special people, to you, because they come out of special wombs.  And you listen to them; thatís the idea.  And youíre trained from a young age to believe in them.  You understand, donít be afraid of the guy with a uniform on, the camouflage and all that walking along the street.  Be afraid of the guy with the business suit on, because theyíre the real terrorists.  Theyíre the real mass murderers across the planet.  Hereís an article.  It says:


US regulators have announced charges against Royal Bank of Canada,


(A: Interesting name, Royal Bank, eh, of Canada.)


accusing the major Canadian bank of "washing" hundreds of millions of dollars through fraudulent trading.


The US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) on Monday said it had filed a complaint in federal district court in New York accusing RBC of "conducting a multi-hundred million-dollar wash sale scheme in connection with exchange-traded stock futures contracts."


The Canadian bank and financial services company does business in New York.


(A: Where a lot of washing goes on there too, of course.)


"The trading scheme was allegedly designed as part of RBC's strategy to realize lucrative Canadian tax benefits from holding certain public companies' securities in its Canadian and offshore trading accounts," the CFTC said.


CFTC also charged that the bank concealed material information from, and made material false statements to, a futures exchange.


"From at least June 2007 to May 2010, RBC allegedly non-competitively traded hundreds of millions of dollars' worth of narrow based stock index futures (NBI) and single stock futures (SSF) contracts with two of its subsidiaries that RBC reported as 'block' trades on OneChicago," it said.


(A: OneChicago, itís called.  Now, what theyíre doing is theyíre selling stuff thatís worthless and pumping it up through the usual hype, that itís a wonderful thing to buy.  Itís just basically junk trading.  And really increasing the value, but not the worth, really, the actual productive worth of the stock.)


"The CFTC's complaint alleges that RBC's NBI and SSF trading activity, which accounted for the majority of OneChicago's volume


(A: This company called OneChicago.)


during the relevant period, constituted unlawful non-competitive trades, wash sales and fictitious sales."


(A: Fictitious sales, eh?  And you know they wonít get a slap on the wrist for this.  I mean, promising to pay something that doesnít exist, eh?)


In a statement, RBC said it would "vigorously defend" its reputation and called the allegations "absurd,"


(A: They always say that.)


as it had sought guidance from regulators before making any of the transactions now called into question.


"The CFTC has been aware of these transactions since 2005. These transactions were done in accordance with market terms, regulations and process," the bank said.


And theyíre documented, etc, etc, etc.  But theyíve been caught in the act, regardless.  You know, these big boys just go to court, and then they drag it on for a few years sometimes, and eventually it comes to no conclusion, and they carry on as usual.  The banks are really privileged institutions, as they call them.  Privileged.  That means they know all the privileged people at the top that make laws and rules and regulations, and they get away with it pretty, pretty easy.  Itís quite something though, really.  The world that we live in is completely different from the world that they project to you. 


And this one here is to do with Solyndra.  You know, Solyndra remember was the big company to do with the solar industry.  Massive grants given to it by Obamaís administration, and then it went under.  And that was just the appetizer.  It says:


Earlier today, in what will come as a surprise only to members of the administration, the company which proudly held the rights to the world's largest solar power project, the hilariously named Solar Trust of America ("STA"), filed for bankruptcy. And while one could say that the company's epic collapse is more a function of alternative energy politics in Germany, where its 70% parent Solar Millennium AG filed for bankruptcy last December.


(A: Do you know why they filed for bankruptcy?  Theyíve actually found in Germany that their own governmentís administrations were putting the companies, which they funded, under, because they were giving through the United Nations and the World Trade Organization, just as we do with China and India and everywhere else, massive grants for the solar industry in China.  Thatís why they put themselves out of business.  Itís great, isnít it?  So, it says:)


What is relevant is that last April STA was the proud recipient of a $2.1 billion conditional loan from the Department of Energy, incidentally the second largest loan ever handed out by the DOE's Stephen Chu.


(A: That will give them a lot to chew on, eh?)


That amount was supposed to fund the expansion of the company's 1000 MW Blythe Solar Power Project in Riverside, California. From the funding press release, "This project construction is expected to create over 1,000 direct jobs in Southern California, 7,500 indirect jobs in related industries throughout the United States, and more than 200 long-term operational jobs at the facility itself.


(A: This is the propaganda they said:)


It will play a key role in stimulating the American economy,Ē said Uwe T. Schmidt, Chairman and CEO of Solar Trust of America and Executive Chairman of project development subsidiary Solar Millennium, LLC." Instead, what Solar Trust will do is create lots of billable hours for bankruptcy attorneys (at $1,000/hour),


(A: Thatís what it costs for these bankruptcy attorneys.)


And a good old equity extraction for the $22 million DIP lender, which just happens to be NextEra Energy Resources, LLC, another "alternative energy" company which last year received a $935 million loan courtesy of the very same (and now $2.1 billion poorer) Department of Energy....


In other words, taxpayersí money.  Donít try and start a business up on your own.  Get into something that theyíve made ďthis is the direction weíre going, like it or not, whether it kills us or whatever, weíre taking along this direction.Ē  Get into a job like that, and then apply for grants and loans.  Thatís how you get rich today.  And itís been that way for a while.  Donít do hard work.  No point.  Youíll end up like that poor pharmacist, the guy, the pensioner in Greece, killing yourself.  Because they steal whatever you make.  They steal it from you.  Theft is theft.  Stealing is stealing.  I donít care how they verbalize it.  Itís stealing.  Look at things as they really are.  And because the government is the biggest gang in town, they think they can get away with it, you see.  And now, I want to go back to a couple of articles here.


History of Banking and Money by Carroll Quigley, Tragedy and Hope


(A: He says:)


"The powers of financial capitalism had another far-reaching aim, nothing less than to create a world system of financial control in private hands able to dominate the political system of each country and the economy of the world as a whole. This system was to be controlled in a feudalist fashion


(A: Feudalist fashion, right?)


by the central banks of the world acting in concert by secret agreements arrived at in frequent private meetings and conferences."


(A: And thatís a quote from his Tragedy and Hope, Chapter 20.)


Carroll Quigley was a professor of history at Georgetown University from 1941 to 1976.


(A: Now, this is going to show you that he was a high member of the Council on Foreign Relations.  He was all for this global agenda.  He was also an elitist himself in his way of thinking, superior types, inferior types, and thatís why he wrote Tragedy and Hope, not to warn people.  He was all for it.  He was also the historian for the Council on Foreign Relations that told us about how they set up wars, even in the 1800s.  And they were working to get WWI going back in the 1800s in fact, by giving lots of articles in the newspapers about how bad Germans were across the world.  So, here he is.  It says:)


He was a frequent lecturer at the U.S. Naval Weapons Laboratory,


(A: Thatís an average professor, right?)


The Foreign Service Institute,


(A: Again, thatís an average professor.)


and the Naval College at Norfolk, Virginia. In 1958, he served as a consultant to the Congressional Select Committee which set up the National Space Agency.


(A: The NSA.)


Below are key excerpts on the history of money and banking from Prof. Quigley's masterpiece Tragedy and Hope: A History of the World in Our Time.


(A: He says:)


Commercial Capitalism


Western Civilization is the richest and most powerful social organization ever made by man. One reason for this success has been its economic organization, [which] has passed through six successive stages, of which at least four are called "capitalism."Ö.each stage created the conditions which tended to bring about the next stage.


(A: And he goes from:)


The [first stage] of self-sufficient agrarian units


(A: And they called them manors.  And the guy who was in charge of the manor was in charge of the little area, except lords and that kind of stuff, aristocracy.  And then he goes on to:)


The third stage: industrial capitalism. The stage of industrial capitalism soon gave rise to such an insatiable demand for heavy fixed capital, like railroad lines, steel mills, shipyards, and so on, that these investments could not be financed from the profits and private fortunes of individual proprietors. New instruments for financing industry came into existence in the form of limited-liability corporations and investment banks.


(A: Which obviously, and this is from me, they obviously worked with governments, because they didnít have the cash.  So, big projects take cash money from the taxpayer.  He says:)


These were soon in a position to control the chief parts of the industrial system, since they provided capital to it.


(A: Even if theyíd borrowed it, obviously, from the general purse.)


This gave rise to financial capitalism. The control of financial capitalism was used to integrate the industrial system into ever-larger units with interlinking financial controls. This made possible a reduction of competition with a resulting increase in profits.


(A: You always eliminate competition, you understand.  And thatís what they still do today.  They eliminate literally, any way they can, that means every way they can, competition.  And it says:)


As a result, the industrial system soon found that it was again able to finance its own expansion from its own profits, and, with this achievement, financial controls were weakened, and the stage of monopoly capitalism arrived.


In this fifth stage, great industrial units, working together either directly or through cartels and trade associations, were in a position to exploit the majority of the people.


(A: You know, so it says, exploit the majority of the people.  Right?)


The result was a great economic crisis which soon developed into a struggle for control of the stateóthe minority hoping to use political power to defend their privileged position, the majority hoping to use the state to curtail the power and privileges of the minority. Both hoped to use the power of the state to find some solution to the economic aspects of the crisis. This dualist struggle dwindled with the rise of economic and social pluralism after 1945.


(A: Thatís when they had the Bretton Woods agreement and all the rest of it, and brought in their new central banking systems across the world, under the Bank of International Settlements.)


The Primary Goal of Capitalism


Capitalism provides very powerful motivations for economic activity because it associates economic motivations so closely with self-interest. But this same feature, which is a source of strength in providing economic motivation through the pursuit of profits, is also a source of weakness owing to the fact that so self-centered a motivation contributes very readily to a loss of economic coordination. Each individual, just because he is so powerfully motivated by self-interest, easily loses sight of the role which his own activities play in the economic system as a whole, and tends to act as if his activities were the whole, with inevitable injury to that whole.


Capitalism, because it seeks profits as its primary goal, is never primarily seeking to achieve prosperity, high production, high consumption, political power, patriotic improvement, or moral uplift. Any of these may be achieved under capitalism, and any (or all) of them may he sacrificed and lost under capitalism, depending on this relationship to the primary goal of capitalist activityóthe pursuit of profits.


But he actually goes on to talk about how they got together, these big central banks that were created and forced upon the countries, of course, in advance to joining up together under the Bank of International Settlements.  And the Bank of International Settlements meets quietly every year, closed door sessions, of the rich men of the world, and their goal is to control the world, under using money as a form of control and putting more power into their own hands, as they take over control of the entire planet.  So, Iíll put these links up tonight, and you can wade through them at your leisure, because itís from a guy, in the know, who worked with them.  He was on board with them.  He was a member of them.  And the historian for all the things that they were up to.  The official historian.  And he got access to their archives.  Very few did. 


The person who introduced him to the archives was Zimmerman.  Zimmerman was a Communist, and something else as well, but he was a Communist, and he was the guy who introduced him into the archives system.  Zimmerman was also one of the personal advisors to Winston Churchill, even though they say Winston Churchill hated Communists, itís strange that he brought Zimmerman on board.  And Zimmerman wrote the Communist paper, he was in charge of the Communist paper for the UK.  Anyway, thatís how they all are at the top.  Thereís no reds, no blues, or whatever else.  Theyíre all one big con game, a con game for the public.


And hereís an interesting article too, to do with, everybodyís heard, Iím sure, of Morgellons disease.  A few people came out with strange, itís even been on mainstream television, about these strange nanofibers that seem to come out of peopleís bodies.  Now, you do have nanoparticles in your body, naturally.  Thatís a lot of particular little critters that move through, they can move through the cells, between the cellular space, in fact.  But, of course, the new nanotechnology is putting synthetics into our bodies.  And some people had these fibers growing out of their systems.  Now, Nanotube Tech.  Hereís something that leads up to that.


Nanotube Tech Leading To Faster, Lower-cost Medical Diagnostics


(A: So, theyíre going to use Nanotechnology, little fibers, nanotubes they call them.  The first time these nanotubes were mentioned was by Teller, who invented the H-bomb, back in the í50s.  And he worked with the Pentagon to find a way to use the ELF frequencies across the world, by spraying the world first with polymers he called them.  But the polymers could also be nanoparticles.  They were tubes, which would incase viruses for biological warfare.  It goes way back, you know.  So:)


Tapped into the extraordinary power of carbon ďnanotubesĒ to increase the speed of biological sensors, a technology that might one day allow a doctor to routinely perform lab tests in minutes, speeding diagnosis and treatment while reducing costs.


The new findings have almost tripled the speed of prototype nano-biosensors, and should find applications not only in medicine but in toxicology, environmental monitoring, new drug development and other fields.


(A: So, it says:)


The research was just reported in Lab on a Chip, a professional journal. More refinements are necessary before the systems are ready for commercial production, scientists say, but they hold great potential.


This means that itís already obsolete, whenever they give this to the public or announce it.  Itís obsolete at a higher level, you see.  But hereís little nanotubes, thatís what they call it, carbon nanotubes, which they can insert into your skin, that literally take off and wander about your body and send back signals of how this is working and thatís working.  After pooh-poohing Morgellons for years.  Hmm.  Isnít that something?  We truly live in a fascinating world of very good deception.  Some rather poor as well, itís just that weíre taught to accept it.  Some is rather poor. 


And also to mention too, how judges, again, you look up to judges, because youíre given this strange aura, like holy people, they wear that weird gown and all that stuff.  They get the gavel, that the Masons all use, to bang the bench, and everything stops and theyíve got to listen to this guy, even if heís a pervert or whatever,


A Tennessee judge was so addicted to prescription drugs during his final two years on the bench, he was having sex and buying pills during courtroom breaks, at times purchasing from convicts he had previously sentenced, an investigation found.


Now, this guy wonít go to prison, because heís too important, you see.  It gives it a bad name, it gives the profession a bad name if you get put in prison.  Iíll put this link up too.  Itís quite fascinating.  Back with more, after this break.


Hi folks, Iím Alan Watt.  Weíre back Cutting Through the Matrix.  And weíve got Joe from California on the line.  Are you there, Joe?


Joe: Yeah, Alan.  Can you hear me?


Alan: Yes, I can, yeah.


Joe: I havenít listened for a while, so I donít know if youíve commented at all recently about this movie thatís been out recently thatís been getting so much hype, The Hunger Games, movie.  The whole concept of the story, I just was told about it, Iím surprised thereís not any protest against the movie, because itís basically children killing each other at the behest of adults for their entertainment.  Thatís my interpretation of it.  It seems pretty dark, compared to other movies that came out in the past that got slammed by critics and social people, people for social reasons, whatever.  This one, for some reason seems to be getting a pass.  And Iím just wondering if you had any comment on it.


Alan: Itís like a lot of other movies.  This particular one came from a game in Japan.  It was called Battle Royale, they called it.  And, so I guess the boys on this side in the warfare industry decided to use that as a technique too, because, in all these movies, theyíre predictive programming, and itís meant to go for the young people more than the elder people. And theyíre teaching it in classrooms.  Theyíre going through all the discussions in the class, etc, and theyíre getting this really into their heads.  Itís to make them think more about living a life of poverty they call austerity, or ďthis could happen,Ē you see.  This is how theyíre pushing the thing to the children, and they donít care about the older folk, theyíll die off.  This is how they always do it.  They always go for the young, and prepare them for what theyíre going to experience in life, and to get them to participate, as part of the new method of moral relativity.  You get them involved in the conversation or the argument in school, until they come around to the desired way of thinking, which is the goal of the whole and intention of the thing in the first place.  So, itís to do with overpopulation.  They push that. They push this is what it comes to when you donít take care of the planet, etc, and it comes to this when you donít have enough food supply, yadda, yadda, ya.  And of course, I donít know if thereís any elderly people in it, because they all die off in the movie, obviously, of starvation, before the youngsters are left.  So, itís a totally predictive programming movie, and you can always tell, as I say, as soon, when itís launched, theyíre already starting teaching it. So the toolkits for teachers are already made for them, before the movie is launched.  So, this is an essential part of them growing up.  So theyíll be hardened to people dying off because of hunger.  And they wonít care so much.  ďWell, it just had to be that way, and theyíre old, you know,Ē and yadda, ya.  Theyíre also teaching them the same courses in school to do with how the older generation plundered the planet and had it really too good and left it in a mess.  Thatís also part of the course as well.  So, again, the stuff goes through the United Nations, who helped to get an input in on it, and then itís put out to the public, and itís headed for the youngsters so that they wonít mind when the older folk start dying off first, because, after all, their lives are useless, theyíve destroyed the planet, and they deserve to die.  And thatís basically it.


Joe: I understand that this was based on a book that came out about three years ago.  So, it seems like they really sort of got on it real fast to make a movie out of this thing, to hype it up and get it out there.


Alan: And these books too, of course, itís like the Harry Potter movies.  You know, they always give you a completely fake story of someone either writing it in their car, because theyíre homeless, or utter rubbish like that.  And this has got a similar kind of beginning to it as well.  But Iíve noticed this kind of theme in lots of movies, science fiction movies, that theyíve done, where the future is just the guys in the black gear with the machine guns working for the government, and the peasants living amongst rubble in a post-industrial, post-commercial society.   Thatís a typical theme.  So, bring children into the fighting.  Who can be king of them all.  And the youngsters really get hooked on this idea.  And so itís preparing them for whatís coming down the road, absolutely.


Joe: Yeah.  It doesnít seem like a very bright future for young people in this movie, because theyíre the ones who are sort of being forced into the sort of, you know, we can do whatever we want with you, and you know, up until a certain age.  And even if we say fight each other to the death, you know, youíll do it. 


Alan: That all comes into it, that older people are obsolete.  Theyíve got oldthink.  They suffer from oldthink.  And theyíve had it too good.  Weíll never see the good days. They had it all.  Thatís what theyíre taught, actually taught in cartoons too, which they show in school.  Massive campaign to indoctrinate the young.  Thanks for calling.  And from Hamish and myself, from Ontario, Canada, itís good night and may your god or your gods go with you.



Topics of show covered in following links:

NSA New Spy Center---Don't Worry, go Back to Sleep

Google Moves to "Wearable Computing"

Russia and Iran set to Counter US/Israeli Strikes against Iran

U.S.---Another Snooping "Cyber Security" Bill

Men Torch themselves in Italy because of Heavy-Handed Technocracy and "Austerity Measures"

Suicide Note Calls for Young Greeks to "Hang the Traitors"

US and Nuclear Powered Drones

USA--Police Drones over America May eventually be Armed

US Sues Royal Bank of Canada for Fraudulent Trading

World's Largest Solar Plant, with Second Largest Dept. of Energy Loan Guarantee Files for Bankruptcy

Nanotubes used in Bodily Diagnosis

Addict Judges Passing Judgement


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