April 5th, 2012 (#1059)
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Poem Copyright Alan Watt April 5th, 2012:

C.G. Darwin Said Leaders Must be Wild,
Each Happy Peasant Trained like Child:

"Those Who Know Always Live in Frustration
At the Uniform Trust in the Population,
Taught that Science is Safe and Right,
Rolling Up Their Sleeves without Fight,
Never Questioning the Motives of Corporations,
Which Bring Vaccines or Food to Our Nations,
Governments Also have Their Partnerships,
With Money Banks and Industry, Joined at Hips,
These Human Farmers Look Down from Tower
At Grazing Herds, It's About Maintaining Power"
© Alan Watt April 5th, 2012


Poem & Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt Ė April 5th, 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 5th, 2012.  I always start off by advising people to make use of cuttingthroughthematrix.com website, because thereís so many free audios for download, which goes through the big system that youíre living in today.  It explains why youíre going through the big changes today, even the term, of course, you know, change is good and all that kind of stuff.  The Century of Change is what they call it in academia and have for the last fifty years.  The 21st century was to be the Century of Change.  The changes that theyíd planned for over a hundred years actually, to bring in this kind of Utopia for themselves at the top, where theyíll simply bypass democracy, keep the scam going for as long as they can, but still bypass it and use technocrats to work everything for the public.  And really, well, not for the public, for the guys at the top who rule the world, really, the guys with the cash, etc.  Because, a long time ago the Council on Foreign Relations, the Royal Institute of International Affairs, they decided to basically form a system with very rich men, who would form private banks, central banks, and all these central banks would then come under the auspices of the Bank for International Settlements in Switzerland, and that was from where they would rule the world. 


And itís all happening right now.  Itís happened in Europe.  They had the great crash that they caused in Europe, again, with all these massive bailouts into black holes.  It accomplished quite a few things.  One was to impoverish the public even further into debt forever.  Theyíll never pay off any debt.  It canít be done.  And so theyíre under the power of the central bank, which theyíd amalgamated to the rest of the central banks in the EU big bank, for the whole of Europe too, and theyíre under the Bank for International Settlements.  So, big plans can be made to come into fruition, if you have all the cash and you run the money across the world, and you have secret meetings across the planet too, all the time.  And when you can also put in your own prime ministers and presidents as well, because every one is a member of this organization.  Every one.  And I keep saying, youíve got to read Carroll Quigleyís Tragedy and Hope, and the Anglo-American Establishment, to understand this system, where itís going.  They donít believe in democracy.  They believe the people at the bottom are the sort of leftovers from evolution, the kind of Darwinian evolution, and youíre okay in factories when you have them; but if you donít have them, tough luck, you should just starve to death.  And Iím not kidding about that.  Thatís literally how they think about the general population.


They believe theyíre evolving still, and they believe their children go further into the next step of so-called evolution and help run the world much easier.  Itís quite nasty.  We donít get taught this in school, naturally, because the school is part of your indoctrination training.  And you canít really take further indoctrination and propaganda, unless youíve had that initial indoctrination at school, it opens you up.  Thereís a lot of triggers put in you that opens you up to the next indoctrinations that you get, right through life, in fact.  


Now, what I do is document really what weíre going through now, as I say, and to go back to the past, to find the books and the various rather lengthy documents they signed at the United Nations a long time ago, to show you that everything we talk about is planned.  Everything.  Nothing is missed.  The whole culture industry is part of it too, along with the media and the news, of course, is all owned as well by the big barons who are members of the Council on Foreign Relations, and the Trilateral Commission, and the Bilderbergers and all these guys.  You must always centralize control of information.  So, if you like what you see, you can keep me going by buying the books and discs at cuttingthroughthematrix.com.  Donít forget too that from the US to Canada, you can still use a personal check, or an international postal money order.  And you can send cash or PayPal.  Across the world, Western Union, Money Gram, and PayPal.  Back with more, after this break. 


Hi folks, Iím back, Cutting Through the Matrix.  And, a few years ago, I put up a video someone sent me.  It was called Fire Water.  And someone sent it to me again, so Iíll put this back up again, because itís quite good.  Itís about Australiaís fluoridation process, and how they literally poison lots and lots of people, and all the side effects from it too, so itís called Fire Water.  And Iíll put the link up for that tonight. 


And itís interesting too that The Guardian, that always plays the champion, itís probably owned by MI5 or something, but it plays the champion for the general public, usually.  Other times theyíre hammering the public.  And if you went through with all their agendas, theyíd have you living in a form of Communism under the bankers much, much quicker, actually.  Remember, all sides are run by the same bunch.  They donít wait till they get a real grassroots movement.  They must always give you leaders first and you follow them.  Thatís what theyíve always done in Britain.  It says:


The medieval, unaccountable Corporation of London is ripe for protest.


(Alan: And itís that George Monbiot thatís writing it.  Heís going back and forth all the time with his thing on global warming.)


It's the dark heart of Britain, the place where democracy goes to die, immensely powerful, equally unaccountable. But I doubt that one in 10 British people has any idea of what the Corporation of the City of London is and how it works.


(A: Yes, we do, because thereís quite some good books out about it, in fact.  One is just called The City.)


This could be about to change. Alongside the Church of England, the Corporation is seeking to evict the protesters camped outside St Paul's cathedral. The protesters, in turn, have demanded that it submit to national oversight and control.


What is this thing? Ostensibly it's the equivalent of a local council,


(A: Thatís what the City of London is, that.  City.)


responsible for a small area of London known as the Square Mile.


(A: And thatís when youíre standing on the square, of course.)


But, as its website boasts, "among local authorities the City of London is unique". You bet it is. There are 25 electoral wards in the Square Mile. In four of them, the 9,000 people who live within its boundaries are permitted to vote. In the remaining 21, the votes are controlled by corporations, mostly banks and other financial companies. The bigger the business, the bigger the vote: a company with 10 workers gets two votes, the biggest employers, 79. It's not the workers who decide how the votes are cast, but the bosses, who "appoint" the voters. Plutocracy, pure and simple.


(A: That existed all over London at one point, actually, and all over England, at one point, where landowners, who owned, you know, huge, streets and streets of houses could put down their tenantsí names, they were allowed by law to put down their tenants to vote, and theyíd vote.  The landlord did all the voting.  The tenants themselves couldnít vote though.  It says:)


There are four layers of elected representatives in the Corporation: common councilmen, aldermen, sheriffs and the Lord Mayor. To qualify for any of these offices, you must be a freeman of the City of London. To become a freeman you must be approved by the aldermen. You're most likely to qualify if you belong to one of the City livery companies: medieval guilds such as the worshipful company of costermongers, cutpurses and safecrackers. To become a sheriff, you must be elected from among the aldermen by the Livery. How do you join a livery company? Don't even ask.


To become Lord Mayor you must first have served as an alderman and sheriff, and you "must command the support of, and have the endorsement of, the Court of Aldermen and the Livery".


(A: Blah, blah, blah.  So, he repeats that again.)


You should also be stinking rich, as the Lord Mayor is expected to make a "contribution from his/her private resources towards the costs of the mayoral year." This is, in other words, an official old boys' network. Think of all that Tory huffing and puffing about democratic failings within the trade unions. Then think of their resounding silence about democracy within the City of London.


The current Lord Mayor, Michael Bear, came to prominence within the City as chief executive of the Spitalfields development group, which oversaw a controversial business venture in which the Corporation had a major stake, even though the project lies outside the boundaries of its authority.


(A: These guilds in Britain really were huge.  And they still exist actually, some of the big ones.  And Bristol has got a huge one.  Thereís a good documentary out on that one, they show you this massive building with all of its illustrious hangings from the wall, and youíre supposed to be awfully impressed by it.  But they still wield awful power today, because they put the mayors in themselves, you see.  This is what they call democracy in Britain.  It says:)


The Lord Mayor's role, the Corporation's website tells us, is to "open doors at the highest levels" for business, in the course of which he "expounds the values of liberalisation". Liberalisation is what bankers call deregulation: the process that caused the financial crash.


(A: In other words, no oversight on all investments and the stock market.)


The Corporation boasts that it "handle[s] issues in Parliament of specific interest to the City", such as banking reform and financial services regulation. It also conducts "extensive partnership work with think tanks Ö


(A: See, itís all CFR, you understand, Royal Institute of International Affairs, they all separately form the whole.  Thatís how it works.)


As Nicholas Shaxson explains in his fascinating book Treasure Islands, the Corporation exists outside many of the laws and democratic controls which govern the rest of the United Kingdom.


(A: The democratic controls are getting tazered or shot, I think.)


The City of London is the only part of Britain over which parliament has no authority. In one respect at least the Corporation acts as the superior body: it imposes on the House of Commons a figure called the remembrancer:


(A: Thatís the official title.  So, heís appointed to the Parliament there, the remembrancer.)


an official lobbyist who sits behind the Speaker's chair and ensures that, whatever our elected representatives might think, the City's rights and privileges are protected. The mayor of London's mandate stops at the boundaries of the Square Mile. There are, as if in a novel by China Miťville, two cities, one of which must unsee the other.


Unsee the other, it says. So, it goes on about more of its histories, its cash laundering and all the rest of it, and the usual stuff.  But thereís more cities than that got these similar kind of things going on, of course, across the world, because, guess who gave them to across the world?  The City of London.


Now, as they hype up the cost of postage and so on for letter post.  And you better not want to see the day when itís gone, believe you me, because youíll have nothing left then.  It takes them a lot more staff to open all your letters than it does to watch you on the internet and a whole town on the internet for that matter.  It says:


Australia Post's personal letter delivery service has been pretty much wiped out by the internet ... email, mobile phone texting.


(A: And so on.)


A fascinating race has begun between the Australia Post group and a joint venture between the Melbourne-based listed share registry manager and corporate communications group Computershare (40 per cent), the listed business communications specialist Salmat (40 per cent) and a US digital mail technology start-up, Zumbox.


Last month they both announced their intention to launch a digital mailbox for all Australians that will function as a one-stop digital manager for confidential communication and transactions.


(A: So, hereís another private bunch going to deal, just like the cloud group, same sort of thing.  They want to have total control, no doubt it will get, and it will be the Australian government that will appoint them to do it, you know.)


Last month they both announced their intention to launch a digital mailbox for all Australians that will function as a one-stop digital manager for confidential communication and transactions.


It's an intriguing business idea, and might be a category killer worth billions of dollars. But there's probably only going to be one winner in a market as small as Australia's, and after Australia Post's announcement overnight that the large listed US group Pitney Bowes will be its digital mail technology partner,


(A: Thatís a big company, Pitney Bowes.)


the battle lines are drawn.


The concept of the digital mailbox is pretty simple. Instead of having an array of sites to visit and a list of passwords and codes to remember, consumers can have a single log-on that accesses a new online mailbox that can collect the same material that is coming to them in a steady stream on emails and envelopes with windows.


So, one company will have all your important mail come through it.  Itís all for your, well, you donít want to be bothered with all these emails.  No, you donít want that.  You want somebody to do it for you, so they can have all your data.  And you wonít mind anyway, so Iíll skip this one.  Folk donít mind.  They donít mind who reads their stuff.


Now, when things happen suddenly, fairly suddenly, by suddenly I mean ten, twenty years, even thirty years on a huge scale, like men becoming effeminized, things like that, which is part of this talk.  Women too are getting all these cancers from the womb, even young women, and thatís happened.  All these things are happening suddenly.  We know the endocrine disruptors have gone for the male and the female, because of the xenoestrogens and the phthalates that they put into your food even, itís in cosmetics for women, and thereís no doubt, if they use these cosmetics between the 8th and 12th month of pregnancy, if itís a male child, he wonít be quite Herculean, put it that way.  And he might even be sterile when heís born.  Theyíve known this since the late 1800s, if you donít know that.  So:


Womb cancer deaths 'are rising'


The number of women dying from cancer of the womb - known as uterine cancer - has increased by nearly 18% in the past ten years, according to the charity Cancer Research UK.


Data showed that more cases are now being diagnosed. While women are living longer after a diagnosis, the total number of deaths has also increased.


It has been argued that rising levels of obesity were behind the rise.


(A: Thatís one.  They always try to sway it off into one or the other.  Thereís always, you know, out there in the world, thereís always been a certain percentage of obese women.  Thereís a lot more now.  But, you know, they donít have to get cancer either.  So thatís not the reason.  It says:)


From the 1970s to 1996 the incidence of womb cancer stayed roughly the same at about 13.7 cases for every 100,000 women in the UK.


(A: Now, before the 1970s, from the 50s, it was about half of that.  So itís coming in stages of jumps.  Itís interesting too that doctors go in to get trained and whatever class comes out, theyíre given a new statistic.  Theyíre not told about the old statistics, like they used to do.  Theyíre given the new statistic, thinking itís all normal.  It says:)


It now stands at 19.6 per 100,000, a 43% increase.


Survival rates have improved with 77% of women now living at least five years after treatment.


(A: And itís really awful.  The treatment is awful.  Thereís not doubt about it. And if you live five years and one day, they put you down as a success story.  No kidding.)


However, deaths have gone up.


So, Iíll be back with more, after this.


Hi folks, Iím Alan Watt.  Weíre Cutting Through the Matrix.  And every country has its big exercises with its military.  And unfortunately, in Britain, they tend to go up to Scotland to do their work, around the sea areas, or on the mountains there too.  Itís unfortunate sometimes when youíre hiking in the mountains, up in the highlands there, and youíd see these jets screaming down and bombing the tops of the mountains.  That was their practices.  And thatís what you get for being a colony.  But it says:




1.† Joint Warrior


(A: They love these things, for little boys, they like that, ďWarrior.Ē  ďIím a warrior.Ē)


121, will take place from 15 until 26 April 2012 and will comprise of a programme of exercises conducted by land forces, warships, submarines and aircraft across the UK with the maritime element focussed in the offshore and coastal waters to the north east, north and north west of Scotland. This booklet provides outline information on their scheduled operations as well as details of intended gunnery and aircraft bombing activity at Cape Wrath and in some open ocean areas.


(A: Sea areas, I guess.  It says:)


2.† The information is correct at the time of going to print


(A: It better be right.  Can you imagine putting one out and everybody goes to a different place and gets bombed, eh?)


but the routine SUBFACTS and GUNFACTS broadcasts, made during the exercise, will provide updated information.


3.† The information provided in this booklet will also be published in Fleet Ops Notice to Fishermen, Defence Training Estate Scotland Notice to Fishermen and Cape Wrath

Range Notices. This document is also on the internet....


(A: Yadda, yadda, ya.  And it tells you about:)


a. Submarine Activity.

b. Warship Activity.


(A: Itís amazing, this is a country thatís bankrupt many times over, apparently, but they always have, you know, money to waste doing these activities like this, eh?  Maybe the Eskimos are going to invade them.  I donít know.)


c. Minewarfare Activity.

d. Live Firing and Gunnery Activity.

e. Denial of GPS Services.


(A: Interesting, eh?)


f. Unexploded Ordnance Advice.


5.† The warships taking part have been instructed to offer fishing vessels every assistance in their dealings with exercise activity, especially when in the vicinity of submarines or participants conducting live firing.


Itís just not safe to be anywhere anymore.  Is it?  Here you are, doing some fishing and these rounds go off over your head Ė budda-budda-budda-budda.  And then the guy, ďoh yes.  Come in here.  Come in here.Ē  And youíve got to row your little boat in to them, or theyíll sink you.  But Iíll put this up for anybody whoís interested in this kind of stuff, because it goes on.  Itís quite a long one.  And itís quite a big operation thatís going to cost taxpayers more, which is, of course, happy for the bankers, because the bankers make money off interest off loans.  And thatís really how it is, isnít it?


And another one I want to talk about tonight too, Iíll just put up for you, these are PDFs, by the way, is to do with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations.  These are the guys who harp on, ďto help womenĒ, they want to sterilize them all, you know, and give them abortions across the planet to bring down the populations.  But itís to help women.  Itís all to help women.  Theyíre really concerned about women.  And they fall for this stuff too.  A lot of them fall for it.


Itís the Commission on Population.  It used to be called just the Department of Population.  And they called it Control, amongst themselves.  Now they call it Population and Development, you see.  So, Iíll put this link up.  Itís the 23rd to the 27th of April 2012, and itís Monitoring of Population Programs, Focusing on Adolescents and Youth.  And itís a Report from the Secretary-General.  Funny how they have military terms for the whole of the United Nations, eh?  But it tells you here, this article:


Responding to decision 2010/101 of the Commission on Population and Development (E/CN.9/2010/9), adopting ďAdolescents and youthĒ as the theme for its forty-fifth session, the report provides an overview of development issues related to young peopleís sexual and reproductive health,


(A: Theyíre really interested in young people.  Theyíre a bunch of pervs, actually.)


with particular emphasis on the needs of girls and young women.


(A: That means sterilization and abortion, you see.)


It reviews actions by Governments, NGOs


(A: The non-governmental organizations that all work for the Rockefeller Foundation, Ford Foundation, Carnegie Foundation, and many, many more.)


and the United Nations Population Fund and its partners that create a supportive environment for young people as they make the transition to adulthood; invest in young people; promote their rights and gender equality;


(A: Yeah, ďI can do what I want with my body.Ē  And along they come, and they snip them, and they canít have a child again, eh?)


provide access to sexual and reproductive health information and services; encourage their education and social integration....


You understand, weíre paying for this across the whole world.  We have been since Kissinger put out his particular bill, or whatever it was, in the 1970s.  He said the biggest threat to the welfare of the state was overpopulation.  Itís primarily in the Third World.  Not totally, but primarily.  But that didnít leave out the US itself.  Iíll put this one up for those who want to read it.  Theyíre still ongoing, as always.  Itís all your tax money.  And you wonder why youíre heavily taxed?  And in the US, they donít know what tax is, believe you me.  If you were to compare it with Britain and Canada, and the general sales tax and the value added tax, and all the other taxes, you donít know what it is.  But you will.  With Free Trade youíve got to bring in Value Added Tax, because the government will lose all the money they used to get off importing stuff.  There was always a tax on imports.  So, you have to make up the difference, you see.  Weíve all done it here in Canada and elsewhere, and Australia is going through it now.  Theyíre getting hammered.


And this one is interesting too, itís another PDF.  Itís FAO and the WHO.  Thatís the farmerís organization they have at the United Nations, and the World Health Organization:


FAO/WHO Expert meeting on the application of nanotechnologies in the food and agriculture sectors:


(A: Now, theyíve been at this for years.  Iíve got previous ones where they have put this nano stuff into your food.  This is from the top boys themselves.  No speculation here.  And it says:)


potential food safety implications


And itís got the meeting report at it and a whole bunch of titles.  And you can go through it for yourself that, yep, youíve got nanotechnology in your food.  Back with more, after this.


Hi folks, Iím Alan Watt.  Weíre back Cutting Through the Matrix.  Talking about this nano and tech conference to do with your food.  Itís also cosmetics, by the way, because they always target the woman.  They want them sterile, you understand.  It says:


The meeting identified two case studies (Appendix 5). Beta-cyclodextrin, a substance that meets the definition of an engineered organic nanomaterial, was developed as a carrier for single molecules such as vitamins


(A: Thatís the upside, to throw you off.  They want to make you healthy.)


or flavourings


(A: These are artificial flavorings, you see.)


more than 20 years ago,


(A: Like MSG type of thing that goes right through the tissue, deep down into where the nerves are.)


and has been evaluated as a food additive and ingredient by several scientific bodies,


(A: So, science says itís okay to put all these chemicals that shouldnít belong in your body, in your body.  And it mentions all the different ones that participated in this.  And now theyíre putting zinc oxide into food packaging too, for an antimicrobial result, you see.  And:)


Risk assessment: Hazard identification


It mentions though theyíre putting all that stuff into, as I say, womenís cosmetics. What did I say earlier about the bisphenol and so on, and how it goes through the skin in a pregnant woman and it affects the fetus too, especially if itís a male.  And this is just going a step further, to make it more efficient, I guess.  So, itís a long PDF, you should go through it.  And this is already in your food, all this stuff here, but theyíve got a lot more stuff they havenít mentioned yet.  But Iíve got stuff, Iíve been watching this for the last few years and the big corporations that are involved in nanotechnology for your food.  And no doubt, it will pass the blood-brain barrier and all the rest of it, and make you very compliant in other ways as well.  But for those who can handle it, have a dekko at it, and save it for later use.  Because that is the world weíre living in.  Itís quite something else, isnít it?  Itís not pleasant. 


Another one too, as Iíve mentioned before, and Iíve put up the link to the guy who sells the ďOh, Canada,Ē itís a DVD where he talks to different politicians and ex-Prime Ministers all about money and what the Bank of Canada was at one time, and what it is today.  And they even have Prime Minister Martin on, mentioning that debt is good for the country.  Oh, yeah, massive debt is good for the country.  He asks him why, and of course, Martin couldnít articulate it very well. 


Who Changed The Bank Of Canadaís Policies In 1974 And Why?, is another article with a couple of videos embedded in it too, that goes through whatís happening today with the Bank of Canada, and the people who are trying to get it back into the hands of the people. You see, Canada had no debt at all at one time, until they put in Pierre Trudeau, who was a Communist.  And Pierre Trudeau also was backed heavily by a particular group, like all politicians are.  And part of the deal was to privatize the Bank of Canada.  And thatís what they did.  And before, I think, before his term was up, before they eventually kicked him out, Canada had owed about 80 million dollars.  And it had no debt before that, you understand.  Canada came out of World War II and what debt it had was paid off in the first year.  It was the only country that did that, because the government actually ran the bank, and they spent it into society by the projects for gas lines and different things, and roads, and all the rest of it.  They didnít borrow a cent.  It was the only one that wasnít flattened by the Great Depression of the twenties and thirties, until Trudeau came along, and the big boys, because, again, remember Carroll Quigley said, they had to get a central private bank in every country, under the auspices of the Bank for International Settlements, to get this world agenda through.  And thatís how they did it.  Iíll put this link up, and it goes through some of the history here, and a couple of videos to see what people are trying to do today, to get it back.  Because itís lethal.  A private central bank is lethal.  Itís not there to serve the people, at all.  Nothing to do with serving the people. 


Now, Agent Orange. itís made a comeback, as I say.  I mentioned a couple of nights ago, or maybe last night that Agent Orange was back being sprayed again, by the same companies, by Monsanto and Dow Chemical.  And I mentioned a few years ago that I think it was in the late 70s they stopped using it in Canada.  We were using it all that time.  We didnít know.  The people didnít know.  And all the military towns you see were exempt from every other law, so they were spraying it to keep down the herbicides, so as they can go and bomb each other on the battlefields and stuff.  But they also sprayed all around the perimeters, which went over the towns that always build up around army bases.  And lots of people have come down with the cancers and the same symptoms of Agent Orange, their immune systems destroyed.  This is an article, a later one.  This is from the fourth of April.


The cancer-causing herbicides dubbed "Agent Orange" were sprayed by the B.C. [British Columbia] government during the Ď60s and Ď70s, according to documents obtained by CTV News.


Records show tens of thousands of gallons of the toxic mixture were applied to clear brush near highways and along power lines in the late 1960s and early 1970s Ė


(A: Actually it was í78 they stopped spraying, I think, by the military, but this was amongst the civilian population.)


and in some cases the substance was sprayed next to homes.


"It was a real strong smell.


(A: And it really is, if youíve ever smelt it.)


You couldn't get away from that smell. We smelt that for a year straight in our house, couldn't get rid of it,"


(A: This is somebody talking about it, of course.)


recalled former Cherryville resident Larry Heal, who remembers a BC Hydro


(A: Thatís the electric companies.)


crew spraying a pungent chemical along the high voltage power lines next to his family's home.


"All that stuff went into the creek, so we drank it. All that stuff got in the cow, and we drank the milk. Our clothes were washed in it, our dishes were washed in it," he recalled. "We didn't know what it was."


(A: See, you take it for granted, ďwell that stuff is banned,Ē you know, so it doesnít even enter your head that thatís what theyíre using.  Thatís how simple we think, you know.  We believe the guys at the top.  We are very, very simple people.  And thatís how the elite have trained us to be, to believe what they say.  Oh, theyíd never do that to you.  And then they put poisons in your food.  Oh, theyíd never do that to you, you know.  Or they inject nasty stuff into the vaccines that do nasty things, destroy your endocrine system, and possibly make you sterile.  Oh, theyíd never do that to you.  Yep.)


Heal says more than three decades later his sister has died of adrenal cancer, and he has contracted a yet-to-be explained problem with his nervous system.


"I feel disgusted. I fought pain all my life, and I never knew why," he said, adding he hopes the government will probe the use of the chemicals and compensate those affected.


(A: Well, the governments here, if they ever take it to court, they wait until everybody has died off before they have to create the case, and thereís maybe one left and they give them a paltry sum.  Theyíre not stupid at the top.  Thatís what happened with the hemophiliacs in Canada, after Bill Clinton and others signed a deal to take the contaminated blood from prisoners in the US prisons.  And so a lot of it was shipped up to Canada, and one major company bought it here, and they also used it for blood products for hemophiliacs, etc, and literally, it wiped out almost the whole population of them in Canada.  If you tie that in to what Bertrand Russell said, tie it in with whatís happening today when Obama is talking about the cost of keeping the sick alive, etc, think about that.  You should think about that.  You should really start thinking in that way, you see.  Oh, theyíd never do that.  And then what they did too was shipped a whole bunch over to France and did the same thing.  But the French really got on to it and sued them differently, theyíve got a different system there, under the Napoleonic code of law, they could sue them right away.)


In 1970, a study showed that dioxin-tainted 2-4-5-T caused birth defects in laboratory animals. After that, the U.S. military stopped using Agent Orange in Vietnam. According to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, some 50 diseases and medical conditions are associated with exposure to the chemical.


While 2-4-D is still used today, 2-4-5-T use is major health hazard because it was contaminated with dioxin, according to Agent Orange expert Wayne Dwenychuk.


Dioxin is a potent carcinogen that can lead to a number of health problems, including cancer and neurological diseases, and is banned in Canada today, Dwenychuk said.


"If they used 2-4-5-T through B.C., they were spreading dioxin; there's no doubt in my mind," he said, adding that the biggest concern is for those who were employed by the government to apply the herbicide.


(A: Actually, I think you should have more thinking about the guys that are underneath it.)


In B.C., the mix of 2-4-D and 2-4-5-T was called "Type B Weed and Brush Killer" in government invoices. Sometimes, the engineers ordered 2-4-5-T by itself, and dubbed it "Type C Weed and Brush Killer."


In total, about 26,000 gallons of Type B Weed and Brush Killer were ordered between 1965 and 1972. About 10,000 gallons of Type C Weed and Brush Killer were ordered in the same time period. The barrels were shipped to all four of the regions of B.C. as designated by the Ministry of Highways: Kamloops, Nelson, Prince George and Vancouver.


So, you understand, they never give up. Whatever is the cheapest way to do something, they do.  Do you know that since they privatized and sold off what was called Ontario Hydro, Maurice Strong did that by the way.  He was brought in from the United Nations to sit on the board of Hydro and do it all.  And they gave it to this Power Corp, they call it.  Itís a private company.  They donít come around anymore and trim the branches around the electric lines.  They just come along with this machine and thereís a swath of this darkish, liquorish looking stuff that comes out of it and it kills everything off, trees and all.  I mean it kills everything off around it.  Nothing grows on it at all for about three or four years, maybe longer.  Because, you see, for them, itís the cheapest way to do it, rather than hire guys and clip the branches, like theyíre supposed to do.  But yeah, weíre getting poisoned, because you see, itís all economics, you see.


Understand, when they even put a nuclear reactor into an area, they do a survey of the area.  Theyíve got all your DNA and everything else, your whole medical system.  Everybodyís medical records are gone into.  They know what youíre prone to, etc, etc, etc.  And they do these surveys, and then they test it out, and run it through their computers, and they do an estimate of death.  They call it an acceptable death rate.  What will the acceptable death rate be from being near a nuclear plant.  And they work it out, pretty accurately too, by the way.  Right down to how many young people will have brain cancers and things like that.  I know that because Iíve talked to the main engineer at Pickering Nuclear Plant some years back.  An acceptable death rate according to the economics of the project.  One outweighs the other.  Life is cheap, you understand, especially if youíre low down on the totem pole. 




Are Boys Turning in to Girls Because of Synthetic Chemicals?


Cases of accelerated puberty in young girls and the ďtransgenderĒ phenomenon are occurring with increasing frequency.


Recently we are seeing accelerated puberty in young girls,


(A: Thatís not recent.  Thatís been going on since the early 60s, actually.  There was lots of programs on television, all through the 60s and 70s to do with the accelerated puberty of young girls.  And it started first in America.  And it actually started where it was Monsanto had a plant down in the Southern states, and they used a particular stuff, they claimed it was a cleaner for their pipes that pumped their wastewater into a creek that all these people were drinking from, and the young girls at that time were having periods by the time they were eight or seven.  So, youíve got to understand, if you donít know your history, youíll get a bit of something from an article, but it can also mislead you too.  And this is all deliberate.  They were sued for this, and they won, because they were putting these hormonal chemicals into the system.  And obviously studying the people.  So, it says here:)


Endocrinologists have found out that endocrine disruptor found in common synthetic chemicals like DES, dioxin, PCBs, DDT, plasticizers and in many more chemicals we use daily, which are responsible for these unusual phenomena.


(A: Oh, theyíre just finding it out now, eh?)


Endocrine disruptors get locked into your fatty tissues and cannot be excreted out of our bodies. Because they are insoluble in water, they accumulate within us during our entire lifetime.


Endocrine disruptors disturb the endocrine glands that release hormones into the bloodstream to control various organs of the body. The endocrine glands include the pituitary, thyroid, adrenal, thymus, pancreas, ovaries, and testicles. Developing fetuses and infants are more vulnerable to endocrine disruption.


In í50s and í60s, doctors prescribed a synthetic estrogen called diethylstilbestrol (DES) to pregnant women to prevent miscarriages, which was later found to contain endocrine disruptors. Over five million women were affected by this drug. Miscarriages, spontaneous abortions, premature births, birth defects of the uterus, ovaries, immune system defects, undescended testicles, malformed sperm in boys, chronic depression and other psychiatric disorders were reported. Use of estrogen has caused breast cancer in some women.


A study done in the Potomac River in 2000 found 80 percent of the male fish collected had become feminized and their sex organs were not producing sperm. Scientists suspected that pollution in the river must have had something to do with it. Scientists have proved that the large pesticide spill in lake Apopka, Florida was responsible for declining alligator population. Investigations revealed endocrine disruptors in bodies and eggs of alligators.


(A: In the study they did in Britain, and the Horizon did a very, very good documentary about in 1992 that showed you that the males were pretty well all sterile.  Young men.† Or they had deformed sperm with two heads, two tails, etc.  Theyíve always known this.  But here, the governments are still saying, ďoh, no, weíre still going to let plastics be used for containing water and so on.  Oh, no, our experts say differently.Ē  Our experts, you know, the guys that get millions a year.  By the way, the one in Britain, they found out it was all from wastewater from the population, the towns and so on, all the chemicals, mainly the ones that the women were using.  It was in everything.  Your soaps and everything.  Shampoos, conditioners, everything this stuff was in.  Just a coincidence though, it was in all that stuff, eh, and it would affect the fetus.)


Plastic bottles commonly used to store water and beverages contained substances known as phthalates which is considered to be a potent endocrine disruptor. These chemicals can leach into the beverage, particularly when the bottle is subjected to heat, or when the beverage is acidic.


(A: It doesnít really have to be exposed to heat.  Itís a soft plastic.  Itís always giving off molecules to pretty well anything, by the way.  Plus the plastics now are meant, if youíve noticed, to be biodegradable.  When do you think that biodegradable ability starts?  Itís already happening when you buy the thing.  It says:)


Viinclozolin fungicide used on fruit blocked testosterone signals in males. Animals exposed to bisphenol-A and other phthalates have became hyper and agitated. This endocrine disruptor could irreversibly retard brain development.


(A: Itís a great weapon, isnít it?  Understand too, these synthetic ones, these disruptors, itís almost like a key in a lock system.  Thatís how they always explain it in medicine, where you have the lock and this thing that comes along is the key.  Your natural hormones are secreted from all these different glands.  All the endocrine glands secrete hormones of different kinds, different purposes.  And so, hereís a mimicker, these fake ones.  They mimic the original.  But once they lock on to the lock, they stay there.  They donít break down.  They stay there.  They can stay there for years and years.  And they act as switches, turning something on or off, and they can turn something off for years, maybe forever.  Anyway, it says;)


With little government control over chemical manufacturers....


They give you a list of precautions to save the next generation.  I donít know if you can save them.  I really think itís gone too far.  And if you do, theyíll give you more vaccines and do it that way.  Back with more, after this.


Hi folks, weíre back, Cutting Through the Matrix, and talking about what the big boys have been doing all our lives actually, and before you were born, to other generations.  They have a world agenda, you see, and they have a particular number of people they want to live on the planet, on their planet, sorry, and hereís Monsanto.  Monsanto obviously is backed by this super silent government Ė itís quiet, itís a quiet government at the top Ė because every country theyíve been into, theyíve pretty well been given a free range to, you know, have their stuff scattered across everybodyís field.  It doesnít matter if theyíre planting their GMO or not.  And then going along and suing them, and literally confiscating their property, winning it, the whole lot.  Every judge in Canada was on their side.  And the judge actually said, I donít care if a bird pooped it there, or if it blew with the wind, or whatever, he says, if itís on your land, then youíre the guilty party.  You see. And that was at the high court too.  Anyway:


Monsanto Threatens to Sue Vermont if Legislators Pass a Bill Requiring GMO Food to Be Labeled


(A: See, theyíre so powerful, eh?  They donít want the silly little idiots, thatís us, weíre the silly little idiots, to know what weíre eating.  Do they?  You should be very, very worried about it if this kind of company, with its record of poisoning people, doesnít want you to know what youíre eating.  Remember, they were part of the Dow Chemical Company that made all the poisons for warfare.  And it says here:)


Despite overwhelming public support and support from a clear majority of Vermontís Agriculture Committee, Vermont legislators are dragging their feet on a proposed GMO labeling bill. Why? Because Monsanto has threatened to sue the state if the bill passes.


The popular legislative bill requiring mandatory labels on genetically engineered food (H-722) is languishing in the Vermont House Agriculture Committee, with only four weeks left until the legislature adjourns for the year. Despite thousands of emails and calls from constituents who overwhelmingly support mandatory labeling, despite the fact that a majority (6 to 5) of Agriculture Committee members support passage of the measure, Vermont legislators are holding up the labeling bill and refusing to take a vote.


(A: Because why?  Because they get all the cash in when they run for office from these characters or guys in league with them.  Thatís the corruption that we really live in, you know.)


Instead, theyíre calling for more public hearings on April 12, in the apparent hope that they can run out the clock until the legislative session ends in early May.

What happened to the formerly staunch legislative champions of Vermontís ďright to knowĒ bill? They lost their nerve and abandoned their principles after Monsanto representative recently threatened a public official that the biotech giant would sue Vermont if they dared to pass the bill. Several legislators have rather unconvincingly argued that the Vermont public has a ďlow appetiteĒ for any bills, even very popular bills like this one, that might end up in court. Others expressed concern about Vermont being the first state to pass a mandatory GMO labeling bill and then having to ďgo it aloneĒ against Monsanto in court.


What it really comes down to this: Elected officials are abandoning the public interest


(A: Well, when is that new, eh?)


and public will in the face of corporate intimidation.


Well, itís their big paymasters at the top.  They get different pays, you know, not just from the public.  And thatís just the way it is, folks.  You know, you should really always wake up to the way it really, really is.  Really is.  Always, when people promise you things, and theyíve got a record of being crooks for centuries, you should think about it, and think who really puts them into office.  Itís not you.  And since when does the ordinary person run for office?  You canít afford to.  You need millions, sometimes billions.  Theyíre owned, lock, stock and barrel.  Anyway, 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:

Fire Water---Australians' Drinking Water

Unaccountable Corporation of London is Ripe for Protest

Private Companies to Manage your E-Mail as Letter Deliveries Cut Back

Cancer of Womb rose 18% in ten Years

Large Army and Navy Exercise UK--in the North of Scotland eh?

UN and UNFPA dept. of Population and Development Encourage Youngsters to adopt UN Agenda and Participate in Policy Making

FAO/WHO Conference on Nanotechnology and Food

Who Changed the Bank of Canada's Policies in 1974, and Why

Agent Orange Sprayed in British Columbia

Endocrine Disrupters turning boys into Girls?

Monsanto Threatens Lawsuit against Vermont if they Pass Bill Requiring GE Labelling


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