Sept. 12, 2012 (#1170)

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


Poem Copyright Alan Watt Sept. 12, 2012:

How to Fight Thousand Points of Light?

"Manipulated Crises Cause Anger, Fights,
Denial doesn't Work, Reality Bites,
A Thousand Points of Light Already Burning,
Changing Systems, Cultures, All is Turning,
These Agencies, Private Spies and NGOs
Ensure Directions of Change, How World Goes,
Along with a Plan Which is Very Old,
Creating Crises, Solutions, Audacious, Bold,
They're the Cause of Anxiety and Frustrations,
Working for Private "Non-Profit Foundations"
Which are Owned by the Real World Rulers,
Intelligent, Rich, Tireless, History Foolers"
© Alan Watt Sept. 12, 2012


Poem & Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - Sept. 12, 2012 (Exempting Music, Literary Quotes, and Callers' Comments)


Hi folks.  I am Alan Watt and this is Cutting Through The Matrix on September 12, 2012. For newcomers, I always suggest you make good use of There’s over a thousand audios for download and you’ll start to understand the system you’re born into and how diabolically crazy it is. It’s crazy like a fox of course because big moneyed people a long time ago got together – they always form cabals, that’s always the way of money and wealthy people – and they decided to direct the world in the proper direction, the direction that they planned, that would serve them better, and that means all of us along with it too. So they planned to take over the world a long time ago. They formed organizations. They even got Royal charters to have these organizations granted to them, like the Royal Institute of International Affairs and the Council on Foreign Relations is just the American branch of it. They went ahead to form unions of countries and eventually amalgamate them. And of course I’ve gone through the history of this in the past; go into the archive section at and help yourself. Find out the big organizations behind it that are still on the go today, that give you all of your history in school, because they write the books, they have the big corporations that write the books for school children, to give them the fake histories. They also give you all your media as well. So they give you your thoughts and your opinions and you come to the desired conclusions that they want you to have.


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Now, as I say, the system you’re living through is vastly different. It’s all perception management. I’ve done articles before about perception management; it’s the big thing with neuroscientists. It’s the latest term they’re using for the guys who fiddle with all of our brains on a mass scale, and it works very, very well. They understand human nature. You’ve all seen the wildlife programs where they send in the zoologists to study animals, and then the anthropologists to study tribes and so on. Well, they’ve done it all with us long ago, and they’re always updating all their news information and putting it together so that they can manipulate us all on a mass scale much, much better. It works awfully, awfully well. Including your culture industry, that’s all a big part of it because a lot of the stuff that’s really politically correct, for all the changes that you must go through, come from the culture industry, even through comedians and comics and movies and so on. That’s how easy it is to program the general public. And the general public are really almost like a mass man.


Individuality, remember, was really put to the pinnacle with the beginning of the US when it formed its independence from Britain. And it was this time for this new thing – it was a new thing – that individuality was a big, big thing.  Of course it was a temporary thing because we’ve gone back into the mass man type thing. We’ve got parties to vote for now.  And the guys at the top of the parties are all selected for you by the Council on Foreign Relations; that’s put out by their own historian Carroll Quigley. And it has been that way for a long time. But Prime Ministers as well, in Canada and in Britain and elsewhere in the world; they’ve done the same thing.  For a hundred years! That’s not bad going. So it doesn’t matter about all the minor politicians; they’ll do what they’re told by the guy at the top. As long as you have the guy at the top and a few of his advisors, because advisors are even more important because they are the guys that really run the show and write all the speeches; they understand the agenda that they’re in on, but they’re all members of this big organization. Back with more after this break.


Hi folks, I’m Alan Watt, we’re back Cutting Through The Matrix and talking about the big system you’re born into. It’s an old system that was pretty well perfect even when it started, because the big boys at the Royal Institute of International Affairs were causing wars across the world, way back in the beginning of the 20th century, even before that in fact when they called themselves the Milner group. They were actually causing wars across Africa in order to send in the British troops, blame the Boers who were in there, send in the British troops and take it all over, with diamonds, gold and all, you see. So they’ve been at this for an awful long time and they’re still doing it today, under the same old guises, oh, we’ve been  attacked, after they’ve pushed and pushed and pushed, and then they go in and plunder. Mind you too, as they’re plundering it the public are paying for all the military expenditure on it too, by the big banks borrowing money and putting you down as the guarantor to pay it, forever and ever and ever. Old, old system, it’s worked awfully well.


While all of this is going on too, we’re in the global system, the global society. Remember, it’s a new feudal system, according to Quigley. He says this is it, a new feudal system where the CEOs and corporations are running the world. It’s already happened. It already has happened. We’re seeing the effects of it now as they all vie for their top dollars. See, the guys at the top are international.  They get a different education from you; they are international in their minds. I’ve gone through Jacques Ellul and Jacques Attali, Jacques Attali especially. Attali is at the United Nations and he’s put books out on this global system.  Millennium: Winners and Losers in the coming New World order, for instance. He mentioned that the next boat people will be Americans looking for work across the waters. Because the plan was always to empty the factories over to China, on behalf of the big corporations, the taxpayer would fund the moving of it all – which we did in fact; all the countries of the West did this – and even pay for their losses while they were setting up, or their claimed losses. That’s not a bad deal is it? And yet none of this is mentioned, ever, with any politician that comes up for election. None of it is mentioned. You’re right back to jobs and welfare and schooling and health care, the same old stuff. 


So you’re run by an international group and they formed their own club as well, the G20. They never mention that either when you vote them in. They never tell you what the next part of the push for the G20 will be and where they’re heading with it all. But we know what it’s all about. It’s for global government; they like to call it governance, you see. But that’s really what it is. And there’s winners and losers in the coming New World order as Attali says. So we’re going through it all now.


Now we know for instance that China has had problems with its own steel industry and mining industries, etc. And they’re going into a slump because they were ripped off by their own businessmen; it happens everywhere. And we’re all interdependent now, apparently, with the corporations and when they go down, now that we’re all interdependent, we all go down too, you see. Here’s an article here, it says…


Canadian Exports Collapse, Expect Plunge in GDP;

China Factor; US Recession Factor / September 11, 2012


All major Canadian exports including energy, autos, agriculture, forest products and machinery-and-equipment collapsed in the latest report. Canadian analysts are shocked by the news.  (Alan:  Well, I don’t believe they’re shocked, because if they’re the best we’ve got, what kind of science are they following if they’re the best?  They’re shocked? they didn’t see it coming? Nonsense. Anyway, the author says...)


I sure am not.  For my reason, look at happenings in China, a huge recession in Europe, and even a recession in the US that surprisingly few have even figured out yet.


The Globe and Mail reports Sharp trade slowdown set to wallop GDP.  (A:  See, Canada now, like Australia, is NOW, you see, is primarily an exporting country of raw resources. That’s lumber and that’s your minerals; we’ve got lots of mining up where I am for instance, Sudbury, so we don’t really make much at all anymore. It’s all done in China by the same corporations that moved over there. So when one goes down we all go down. And China now has got the world to pick from, from all its minerals and its iron and its copper and everything else. So of course it was coming. It doesn’t take a genius or expert to see that coming down the pike.)


The high dollar and the global slowdown are crushing Canada’s trade-dependent economy.


The latest evidence: The country posted the largest trade deficit in July since Statistics Canada began keeping records in 1971.


It wasn’t just the scale of the gap – $2.3-billion – that jolted analysts. It’s how the economy got there.  (A:  Well how did it get there, eh? Free trade. Free trade.)


Virtually all major exports fell sharply, including energy, autos, agriculture, forest products and machinery-and-equipment. The overall drop was 3.4 per cent, paced by an even larger 5 per cent decline in exports to the U.S. – Canada’s largest customer. (A:  That’s true enough. We cut all the trees down here and we send it down to the US, and they kiln-dry it there and then send it back up here, at four times the price. I mean, that’s the deal we’ve got.)


At $2.3-billion, the trade deficit narrowly eclipsed the old mark, set in September 2010.


Scotiabank’s Mr. Holt said the high dollar is most damaging to U.S.-bound exports, which accounted for 72 per cent of all exports in July.  (A:  So they want basically to devalue the dollar so as the guys abroad will see it as more lucrative to buy the stuff here; it’ll be cheaper then.  That’s how they do it, as they wangle currency back and forth, back and forth, back and forth. So that’s the standard, standard kind of news item as far as I’m concerned.)


And everybody’s talking too about what’s happened in Libya with the Ambassador Chris Stevens being killed. They’ve all got their different versions of it, but it says here…


US ambassador Chris Stevens killed in Libya / Wednesday 12 September 2012


Basic details of the attack on a US diplomatic outpost in Benghazi, Libya, remains unknown. US officials say they don’t know how ambassador Chris Stevens died.  It’s unclear who carried out the attack and whether it was planned beforehand, as the White House suspects. (A:  It’s interesting, it was all supposedly, this is the story that came out and then the BBC started to do damage control by retracting it.  But it basically came out and said that a group had attacked him because they were upset about a film put out in California, using Californian actors and so on to do it, where they dubbed in voices over it and lambasted Mohammed, the prophet Mohammed. Now, I know who would do that kind of thing and why they’d do it too, that kind of thing. But it’s amazing too, it all coincides with September the 11th again, isn’t it? Just to bring home to the folk that you see, it was supposed to be them, that lot over there that caused it all on 9/11. That joke, you know.)


President Obama paid tribute to Ambassador Chris Stevens, Sean Smith and two other Americans killed in Benghazi in a meeting with the State Department staff.


The film is said to have incited the anti-US violence appears to have been made without the full cooperation of its actors, one of whom told Gawker (A: that’s one of the magazines... ), she was shocked to learn that she had performed in a spoof of Islam.  The film was originally not about the prophet Mohammed but about someone called Master George, she said.  The identity of the filmmaker is still unknown.  (A:  Well actually, they’ve got a name who claimed he was a joint US/Israeli citizen, and Israel has denied that they’ve got a guy posted as that, so he’s somebody using a different name.)


The outpost in Benghazi was unguarded by Marines, (A:  So there were no Marines there.) as all full US embassies are. The Benghazi post was an interim facility with lesser security.


Mitt Romney drew fire for attacking the White House response to the crisis in Cairo before news had emerged of Stevens' death in Libya.


Some things we don’t yet know: Who is responsible? A Libya-based extremist group with links to Al Qaeda (A:  That Al Qaeda thing that the CIA started up...) has claimed responsibility; (A:  And other ones have said, no, they haven’t.) the Libyan government has pointed fingers at Al Qaeda. Washington has said nothing. Were the Libya and Cairo protests coordinated? There’s no evidence of that.   (A:  Well, they’ll know at the top who did it, and probably paid for it to be done. Because right now it’s a tinderbox over there, and they still want to take out Iran. They’ve got to get it all going to take out Iran; it’s still on the list, you see. It’s been on the list since the 90s.)


Was the Benghazi attack part of protests of a Western film perceived as anti-Islamic, or was it planned separately in advance and just took advantage? We don’t know. . .


I’ll put up some of the links to this. This one here says, about the film, it’s called…


The Innocence of Muslims.  Its every detail seems to disintegrate under the first light of examination.  The film was over dubbed.  The film apparently isn't, or wasn't, about Islam at all.   (A:  The one they were making, somebody put in the voices afterwards.)


CNN quotes from a statement the news organization says was "released on the behalf of the 80 cast and crew members of "Innocence of Muslims" – although who released the statement and how CNN is sure of its authenticity is unclear.


The statement condemns the film and claims the actors were duped:


"The entire cast and crew are extremely upset and feel taken advantage of by the producer. (A:  So they know who the producer is, obviously.)  We are 100% not behind this film and were grossly misled about its intent and purpose," the statement says. "We are shocked by the drastic re-writes of the script and lies that were told to all involved. We are deeply saddened by the tragedies that have occurred."


Gawker's Adrian Chen has spoken with an actress in the film. She had no idea the movie was a spoof of Islam, she tells him. "It wasn't based on anything to do with religion," she said:  (A:  None of this makes sense...)


Cindy Lee Garcia, an actress from Bakersfield, Calif., has a small role in the Muhammed movie as a woman whose young daughter is given to Muhammed to marry. But in a phone interview this afternoon, Garcia told us she had no idea she was participating in an offensive spoof on the life of Muhammed when she answered a casting call through an agency last summer and got the part.  (A:  So this was planned a long time ago, obviously.)


The script she was given was titled simply Desert Warriors.


"It was going to be a film based on how things were 2,000 years ago," Garcia said. "It wasn't based on anything to do with religion, it was just on how things were run in Egypt. There wasn't anything about Muhammed or Muslims or anything."  (A: She says. And it goes on and on…)


Senior US officials: No confirmation on how Stevens died.  (A:   Anyway, Stevens as we know was also sent into Libya in advance before Libya fell or got attacked and all the rest of it, and he was coordinating troops, it says nonlethal troops, whatever that means, on Obama’s orders. So he was given finances and so on in the interim government, before it actually happened, before they actually had taken over Libya he was already setting the stage for the transition, as they called it, into the new system, in advance. So he was certainly high profile and a pusher and taking chances. And this is what happened, he was picked for the sacrifice. Back with more after this.)


U.S. Missions Stormed in Libya, Egypt - / September 12, 2012

Innocence of Muslims: Mystery of film-maker 'Sam Bacile' - / 12 September 2012


Hi folks, I’m back, Cutting Through The Matrix, talking about Mr. Stevens that was killed just recently and it says here in this other article from the BBC…


US confirms its Libya ambassador killed in Benghazi / 12 September 2012


They were reportedly trying to leave the consulate building for a safer location when gunmen launched an intense attack, apparently forcing back security guards.


"The American ambassador and three staff members were killed when gunmen fired rockets in their direction," a Libyan official in Benghazi told Reuters news agency.


The Libyan doctor who treated Mr Stevens in hospital said he had died of severe asphyxiation, (A:  This is from the BBC, so they know how he died; the other one said they didn’t.), apparently from smoke inhalation, with no other injuries, and that he had tried for 90 minutes to revive him.


He was the only American brought into the Benghazi Medical Centre and initially nobody realised he was the ambassador, Ziad Abu Zeid told the Associated Press news agency.


A second US man killed in the attack was named as Sean Smith, a father of two who was employed as an information management officer.  (A:  That’s propaganda, you see, officer, on behalf of the US.)


The names of the remaining two victims have not yet been released.


Basically he was under Hillary Clinton, this Mr. Stevens, and he was part of this transitional government, so that they can get the proper government in, the one that the West wants to get in, their own puppets, you see, like they’ve done everywhere else. So we’ll hear more and more about this and we’ll see where it goes. But obviously someone with the movie planned it a long time ago and let it go off at the right time as well, to stir up some anger. But Muslims generally, really are not so affected by things that the West would make you believe, concerning their religion.  There’s more behind this, obviously, some agency, CIA, who knows, will have a lot more information, or even the Mossad. We have no idea yet.


Now Europe, as we well know, is supposed to be a sinking ship that constantly borrows money from the central bankers, who now run the whole of Europe.  They borrow money from the central bankers and throw it into the black hole to plug the leak in the ship that’s sinking, and they never tell the public where the money goes.  All they tell them is that you now owe more and more money as debt, and every taxpayer has got more and more added per person to the debt that they now owe.  And rather than let the whole thing fall apart… Remember, that was one of the biggest things they said when they created the Royal Institute of International Affairs, that they would create these blocs of countries, and remember too, they technically financed as well the Soviet system, which was a bloc of countries; the same pretty well bloc that they’ve got now for the Euro. So it didn’t really matter who really made the bloc as long as the big boys were in charge of it themselves.  They also want the Americas to go the same way, and they’ve got one already on the go for the Pacific Rim region, where Australia and New Zealand goes under China as the dominant partner; this was written a long, long time ago. And it says…


German top court clears euro rescue fund pact / Rachael Brown / Sep 12, 2012


Germany's top court has backed the eurozone's rescue fund, known as the European Stability Mechanism (A:  They keep giving it a different name with every loan they throw out there.), letting financial markets breathe a sigh of relief.


The $600 billion eurozone rescue fund (A:  They’ve already spent trillions on it…) should have been in place by July to replace the temporary European Financial Stability Facility, but it had been held up pending this ruling.


More than 37,000 people had signed a petition asking the court to block the European Stability Mechanism and make it subject to a referendum.  (A:  ...which means the people want their sovereignty back, all the different countries.)


That call has been rejected, but the court ruled any future increase in the size of the fund, or Germany's contribution, needs the approval of the German parliament.  (A:  What about asking the German people?)


The court also ruled that Germany must ensure a de-facto opt-out clause if it felt its interests were not being considered.


"The Federal Republic of Germany must make it clear that it does not want to be bound to the ESM Treaty as a whole if any reservations it might have should prove ineffectual," chief justice Andreas Vosskuhle said.


"This is a good day for Germany, this is a good day for Europe," Angela Merkel said in a speech to parliament after the ruling.  (A:  Debt’s good, you see. They’re borrowing money and putting everybody into serfdom; it’s a good day for Germany and it’s a good day for Europe she says. Because she’s a total globalist as well.  But the market’s happy because the…)


European shares rose after the ruling and the euro has reached a four-month high against the dollar.  (A:  So the big boys can go to town with it, at everybody else’s expense.)


Nigel Farage of course, I’ll put a link up to him tonight too. He’s got a little talk on a speech given by Barroso, Barroso’s State of the Union address; that’s what they call it now with the whole of the federal union of Europe. And Farage answers all his nonsense back with a bit of common sense and humor as always. But it says here…


Farage's Berating Rebuttal Of Barroso's 'State-Of-The-Union' Banalities / Tyler Durden / 09/12/2012


MEP Nigel Farage provided a much-needed dose of reality to the peculiar pontifications of Barroso's state of the union speech last night. Concerned at the fanaticism of Europe's ever more concentrated power-base, summed up by his interpretation of Barroso's call for a federal union of states (A: They want to totally do away with your parliaments, and just leave a little committee or little office there that used to be your parliament, and the EU Parliament is to be the supreme being, you see, forever.)  . . . "while the nation state should continue to exist, it mustn't have any democratic power," the Englishman goes on to deride Mario Draghi's unlimited money bazooka - though we suspect Farage's belief that "money doesn't grow on trees" will soon come into question day after day.  Super Mario as much as implied will fight to the last German taxpayer to keep the Mediterranean countries, that should never have been in the Euro, in there," (A: the first place...) but for a sense of just how ludicrous things are becoming in the EU, this clip is important as he reminds us of Monti's (monstrous Mario) recent statement that "nation-state democracy will bring down the European Union." (A:  That’s what they said, the president of the EU.) Farage fears this rumbling facade over a crisis could go on for a decade, we can only hope not - one way or another.


Well it’s a must-be. You see, these guys planned this a hundred-odd years ago, and there’s no way they’re going to give it up. And they’re even going on ahead too with the same thing for the Americas as well; we’re always signing agreements with the US, Mexico and a few other countries in Latin America. Now that’s the music coming in and I’ll be back with more after this break.


Hi folks, I’m back Cutting Through The Matrix.  It’s interesting what’s happening in the world. But getting back to the EU amalgamation of course. The intention always was to do away with national sovereignty. I mean, every step since the creation of the boards and committees that got together in about 1948 to create this Union, they did it in secrecy, and the public were not to be told until the 90s that the whole idea wasn’t just economic and trade agreements. It was to totally integrate all of them. Now it’s admitted and now it’s pretty well done. But Barroso, the big ex-Maoist, he was a Maoist too, he was a communist, and you can actually see videos of him giving speeches as a student years ago – I might have the link yet; I’ll see if I can find it tonight. 


Barroso as a young, passionate Maoist student leader in 1976 -


But Barroso’s the head of the EU and it says…


EU's Barroso calls for federation of EU states

(A:  They call it states, not nations, you see.) / Sep 12, 2012


European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso called on Wednesday for the European Union to become a federation of nation states.


In a speech to the European Parliament in Strasbourg, France, Barroso outlined sweeping changes to the 27-member bloc, including modifying its treaty and highlighting what he said was a need for countries to share sovereignty.


Following are some excerpts from Barroso's speech:




"We will need to move towards a federation of nation states. This is our political horizon.


"I call for a federation of nation states. Not a superstate. A democratic federation of nation states (A:  How can you...  If you do away with your sovereignty, you have no democracy. Especially when a guy like this is dictating to you, right.) that can tackle our common problems (A: Well, all the problems they have now are caused by the European Union itself.), through the sharing of sovereignty in a way that each country and its citizens are better equipped to control their own destiny.  (A:  That’s a lie. It’s a contradiction in terms, what he’s saying. It’s doublespeak.)


"Creating this federation of nation states will ultimately require a new treaty.  (A:  Which is already drafted up; they’ll probably blow the dust off it and get them to sign it.)


"A deep and genuine economic and monetary union can be started under the current treaties, but can only be completed with a new treaty."




"I truly believe that we have a chance this autumn to come to the turning point. (A:  They’ve been saying that for about three years.)  If Greece banishes all doubts about its commitment to reform. And if all other countries banish all doubts about their determination to keep Greece in the euro area, we can do it.


"I believe that if Greece stands by its commitments (A:  ...meaning, all their debts…) it should, as a member of the European family, stay in the euro area."  (A:  Well, they’ll all be dead with starvation by the time they finish paying off their debts.)


ON ROLE OF EUROPEAN CENTRAL BANK (ECB)  (A:  ...that they set up too. It’s amazing how, you know, the central banks are completely private enterprises. And they’re outside of politics. And they actually draft up their own charters and get the politicians to sign them, agreeing that they should stay private and sovereign. SOVEREIGN banks, they themselves, the banks are sovereign. And we think this is normal.)


"The ECB cannot and will not finance governments. But when monetary policy channels are not working properly, the Commission believes that it is within the mandate of the ECB to take the necessary actions, for instance in the secondary markets of sovereign debt.


"Indeed, the ECB has not only the right, but also the duty to restore the integrity of monetary policy."




"All actors (A:  ...that’s what they call them.), and I really mean all actors, should respect the ECB's independence." (A: The European Central Bank’s independence.)




"Supervision must be able to look everywhere because systemic risks can be anywhere, not just in so-called systemically relevant banks."




"The Commission will publish a blueprint for deepening the economic and monetary union still this autumn.  (A:  They’re going for TOTAL amalgamation, ‘deepening’ the union. They used to call it ‘closer ties’.  That’s all they’d tell the public, “the Prime Minister’s off to sign something with the European Common Market,” they called it, “to create ‘closer ties’.”  He was signing all of your sovereignty away.)


"Our blueprint will identify the tools and instruments, and present options for legal drafting that would give effect to them, from policy coordination to fiscal capacity to debt redemption. And, where necessary - as in the case of jointly and severally guaranteed public debt - it would identify the treaty changes necessary."


Now, again go into your history and look at the Royal Institute of International Affairs/CFR and the Milner group that preceded it; they morphed into the RIIA.  They talked about setting this whole thing up, how they would con the public, over even a century if need be, into total union, do away with their sovereignty.  They would also use the IMF – which also is a branch, a private branch, belonging to this private organization called the Royal Institute of International Affairs – and they would be the heavy men collecting debt from the countries, and they would tell you how to live or how you couldn’t live, or what you could eat or you couldn’t eat, or go into austerity, which is all happening now. Written a long, long time ago, you see. We’re living through a script you understand, a massive script. And they won’t change their script. These guys have been at this for so long, and they also have been behind all the wars that we’ve known since the beginning of the 20th century, even the late 1800s. So I’ll put that link up tonight too.


Now another one too, I always get a laugh at the psychiatric profession, as they call it, profession, although they lost all their credence when they threw out a lot of their studies over years, over certain types of people, when it became a political issue. So they dropped basically certain diagnoses to do with certain peoples and lost all credence as a science. Anyway...


J&J Settles Risperdal Lawsuit on Opening Day of Trial /  By Jef Feeley & Margaret Cronin Fisk / Sep 10, 2012.


Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) settled a lawsuit on the first day of a trial over claims its antipsychotic drug Risperdal caused a male plaintiff to grow breast tissue, one of his lawyers told a state judge in Philadelphia.


The lawsuit by Aron Banks, 21, was the first to go to trial on claims that Risperdal caused boys to grow breasts. Another trial on the same claim is set to begin Sept. 20 in Philadelphia. The terms of the settlement are confidential, Steve Sheller, another of Banks’s attorneys said following the announcement in court today.


“The case resolved and the client is satisfied,” Sheller said in an interview.  (A:  So they got a big lot of money for it.)


The lawsuit is one of about 420 against J&J and its Janssen unit that allege personal injuries caused by Risperdal, the company said in a regulatory filing last month. About 130 of the suits involve claims that the drug caused young males to grow breasts, Sheller said.


Banks claimed he sustained psychological trauma from breast growth he experienced while taking the drug as a child (A: a child, they’re putting children on these antipsychotics.) from 2000 to 2004 when it wasn’t approved for children. (A:  It shouldn’t be for adults either. Mind you, a lot of adults are changing their genders now, so maybe this is the way it’s supposed to go, you see. Just a coincidence.)


The Food and Drug Administration gave its approval to Risperdal for psychotic disorders including schizophrenia in 1993. It was later approved for other uses.


Teresa Mueller, a spokeswoman New Brunswick, New Jersey- based Johnson & Johnson, didn’t immediately return a phone call for comment on the settlement.


“The billions J&J made had a terrible human cost,” Bob Hilliard, one of Banks’s lawyers, said in an e-mailed statement. “This drug caused female breasts to grow on little boys around the country. (A:  You think they haven’t been tampering with you deliberately? Do you really think that? Going back to Charles Galton Darwin, he said they’d use hormones and everything, medications, put stuff in the water and in your food, injections, and literally effeminize the male; when that happened they wouldn’t fight the big agenda, which we’ve been talking about tonight. That’s how you practice long-term warfare; you must eliminate the potential future guys who are going to come against you. You neutralize them. But it’s all coincidence right?) 


The U.S. has been investigating Risperdal sales practices since 2004, including allegations that the company marketed the drug for unapproved uses, J&J executives said in a regulatory filing. (A:  So that’s the start of the lawsuits; there should be more and more coming out now I’m sure. I even read somewhere that some of the boys even lactated, for goodness sake.)


And as we’re going through this gender bending stuff, which is all part of the agenda…


British schools put cameras in bathrooms, lockers / RAPHAEL SATTER / Sep 12, 2012


LONDON (AP) — At the King Ecgbert School in Sheffield, teens who go to the loo [toilets] are never really alone — video cameras are inside all 12 bathrooms.


Citing findings gathered via freedom-of-information requests, privacy activists Wednesday identified King Ecgbert as one of more than 200 high schools across Britain that have installed surveillance cameras in bathrooms or locker rooms.  (A:  Now, a lot of these schools now have been redefined, as academies, because the scores are so terrible now they’re redefining them as academies. And what used to be high schools, you start at 11 years of age now, not 12. So 11-year-olds and onwards are getting photographed in the bathrooms here.)


The group behind the report, Big Brother Watch, said a powerful watchdog is needed to ensure that students' privacy is protected.  (A:  Well, it will be protected if you take all the cameras out.)


The report "will come as a shock to many parents," said director Nick Pickles. "Schools need to come clean about why they are using these cameras and what is happening to the footage."  (A:  Well, they sell it abroad; you’ll find it all over the place I’m sure, for all the pedophiles that are coming up in force, like all the other groups before them, that have got sort of equal status or superior status than the rest.)


Lesley Bowes, King Ecgbert's principal, argued that the cameras help keep her students safe.  (A:  Do you understand that this is what they use for everything, when they’re taking all your privacy away, it’s TO KEEP YOU SAFE.)


"It's a way of safeguarding our children," Bowes said. She described her school's cameras — whose footage is reviewed only if there is suspicion of wrongdoing — as useful anti-bullying tools. And she rejected any suggestion that the recording captures the students' most intimate activities, saying the cameras monitor just the doors.  (A:  Really?)


"The cameras are nowhere near the toilet cubicles," she said.


A total of 207 high schools across England, Wales and Scotland acknowledged installing cameras in bathrooms and changing rooms, according to Big Brother Watch, which sent freedom-of-information requests to nearly 4,100 schools in May. That's a conservative figure, according to Pickles. Nearly half the schools queried didn't reply by the deadline.


It isn't clear where in the bathrooms all those cameras are being placed, who is watching or whether any youngsters have been taped in states of undress.  (A:  Well, I’ll bet, of course they have.) 


The Information Commissioner's Office, an independent authority in Britain whose duties include promoting privacy (A:  They’re actually called the Privacy Commissioner in all the British Commonwealth countries. But it’s a guy who has no power. They give us a Privacy Commissioner, to always tell us we’re losing all our rights and privacy, but he can’t do anything about it.  And this verifies that.), said recording in toilets or changing rooms is legal, but it is recommended that it be used only in the most exceptional circumstances.


By contrast, in the U.S., the use of video cameras in schools is generally not allowed in places where there is a "reasonable expectation of privacy," such as bathrooms and locker rooms, according to the Justice Department.


Why put cameras in bathrooms in the first place?


King Ecgbert, in Sheffield, is a relatively large, well-performing school whose glossy website shows modern classrooms lined with flat-screen monitors. Wildern specializes in the performing arts and is surrounded by a suburban neighborhood of neatly kept brick homes, many of them with a few cars in the driveway.


Although knife crime is a problem in urban areas, British high schools aren't blighted by the deadly gun violence that has prompted many U.S. counterparts to install airport security-style metal detectors at their entrances.


Both King Ecbert and Wildern said the cameras weren't meant to tackle serious problems, with Litton saying the cameras had mainly been installed to control "typical teenage stuff," such as smoking.  (A:  Can you believe this? Can you really believe this? Can you imagine all the… Do you understand how many pedophiles are up there, in high places, of business and governments and so on?  And they definitely get a hold of all of this kind of stuff, there’s no doubt about that whatsoever. No doubt whatsoever.)


Over all, Big Brother Watch estimated that British high school students and staff are monitored by more than 100,000 cameras, with 90 percent of the schools surveyed acknowledging the use of some form of video surveillance.  (A:  What it’s for too is to train the children, who are going to grow up into adults, that this is the normal, and wherever you go, right down to your home eventually – because it will be in your home, it will be mandatory, and we’ll all have to have them in there watching us, you see. That’s where they’re going with it. Training, training, you always start with the young and train them and they’ll think it’s quite natural.  Yahoo’s got an article on it too and I’ll put both of them up and you can read them for yourselves)


Another interesting thing too is, this world we’re going into, remember, is really privately owned. As I mentioned before, the Royal Institute of International Affairs is a private organization that supplies all your top politicians across the world to every country. It runs all the major media across the planet. Private, it’s privately owned. You don’t vote it in. You have no say in what they do. They advise all governments, meaning they tell governments what to do. And part of their plan was privatizing the world. Because also lots of their members are all the big corporations, you see. And remember Carroll Quigley talked about the new feudal system run by CEOs of corporations. Well, here’s another experiment going on and they’re doing it in a few places, not just Honduras. It says…


Honduras Sets Stage for 3 Privately Run Cities / September 7, 2012 / Via: ABC News /


Investors can begin construction in six months on three privately run cities in Honduras that will have their own police, laws, government and tax systems now that the government has signed a memorandum of agreement approving the project.


An international group of investors (A:  I wonder who they are, eh?) and government representatives signed the memorandum Tuesday for the project that some say will bring badly needed economic growth to this small Central American country (A:  It’s always to help you they take you over, eh, and put you into serfdom.) and that at least one detractor describes as “a catastrophe.”


The project’s aim is to strengthen Honduras’ weak government and failing infrastructure, overwhelmed by corruption, drug-related crime and lingering political instability after a 2009 coup.


The project “has the potential to turn Honduras into an engine of wealth,” said Carlos Pineda, president of the Commission for the Promotion of Public-Private Partnerships. (A:  Public-Private Partnerships. That means the public pay for all the debt for everything and private corporations simply own everything, that runs your railways and everything.) It can be “a development instrument typical of first world countries.”  (A:  See, we’re privately owned too, for those who haven’t figured it out yet. They’re just copying the first world countries; we’re privately owned.)


The “model cities” will have their own judiciary, laws, governments and police forces. They also will be empowered to sign international agreements on trade and investment and set their own immigration policy. 


Well again, that’s part of this international free flow – for free trade – of not just goods but also labor across borders. So here’s a prototype for other countries to follow, the smaller countries. So big corporations are behind it and they’ll all be watching how it goes. They work out all the flaws and then bring it into other countries as well.  You have these big cities that China has built down there as well, in Latin America, all lying empty, and they’re going to move in there and other places across the world where they’ve built them. They’re not just building them for the fun of it. It’s for use down in the future. Privately owned.


Another article is to do with what we all know, because I’ve gone through the whole histories years ago on radio, about the whole, not just the movie industry, but computer games that were made for the military, and then weaponized even further as they found out more and more and more ways of altering your brain waves. They were meant to make you a killer basically for the military. And it says, like this is brand-new stuff, eh…


Violent images in movies, TV or computer games CAN act as triggers for aggression, says new report / Eddie Wrenn / 29 August 2012


(A:  How many new reports are they going to have on this, for the last 20, 30 years?  So it says it can give you aggressive thoughts and feelings.)


'Ratings are not substitutes for parents watching, playing, or listening to the media their children use'.  (A:  Well, there’s hardly any parents involved with their children now because as Bertrand Russell and others who gave us this culture – they designed it all for us by the way, destruction of the family unit and all that kind of stuff, with two parents for sure, especially male and female – they said that the state would then bring up the children and give them their new morals and values. That’s been done. So they simply know what it does, all these images that you watch, what it does to you. Back with more after this break.)


Hi folks, I’m back Cutting Through The Matrix and skipping back to the washrooms with the cameras in it, it’s not just cameras that they’re doing; they’re actually building new washrooms in universities now.  It says...


New gender-neutral washrooms at University of Victoria

aimed at transgendered students  (A:  ...transgendered students, you see.) / Tristin Hopper / Sep 11, 2012


Men and women at the University of Victoria can now use the same facilities with the opening of one of Canada’s first gender-neutral public washrooms.


The two new washrooms in the student union building, converted to unisex just before the start of the school year, were introduced largely to accommodate the school’s population of transgendered students.


“Many students on campus don’t identify as being either male or female — or they have received harassment and discrimination for not appearing to be of the gender of the washroom that they’re in,” said Emily Rogers, chairwoman of the UVic student society. “These washrooms … increase safety for folks who don’t conform to male or female stereotypes.”  (A:  Remember life used to be awfully simple at one time, wasn’t it?)


The formerly male washroom now has an extra-large barrier around the urinals, while the formerly female washroom is urinal-free. “Admittedly, it’s still a little gendered, but it’s a step in the right direction,” said Ms. Rogers. (A:  Well, some of them still have their attachments; I mean, don’t forget it.  I guess you have to have everything there, you know.)


Converted at a cost of $5,000, the facilities are marked with an image of a toilet, rather than the traditional male and female stick figures. They’ve already garnered attention, not all of it welcome.  (A:  And then it goes on.)


Then of course there’s also this article…


Paedophiles given right to challenge

being placed on the sex offenders register / Daniel Martin / 31 August 2012


(A:  See, they want the same laws. See, once you start knocking down one pillar of the Pantheon, the rest of them all come down; you weaken the whole lot. You understand that? And pedophiles want to use the same techniques – which they are using; they’ve even said it in their own publications – that gave homosexuals their rights and so on, superior rights.  So they’re getting it too, and this will become normalized because as I’ve said years ago, eventually there won’t be such a thing as pedophilia either. So they’re given the right to challenge being placed on the sex register.  It says...)


Thousands of rapists and paedophiles will be able to appeal against their inclusion on the sex offender register from today, despite concerns from the NSPCC that they must ‘always be considered a risk’.


Ministers (A:  politicians...) were forced to change the law after the Supreme Court ruled two years ago that it was a breach of offenders’ human rights to be put on the register for life with no review.


The government estimates that around 1,200 sex offenders could be eligible for review every year.


Home Secretary Theresa May (A:  ...and she may well and she may not...) said she would make ‘the minimum possible changes to the law’ to comply with the Supreme Court ruling.


But charities have expressed concern that children could be at risk - because paedophiles cannot be reformed.  (A:  And that is a fact.  That is a fact.)


So you understand we’re all going to the dogs, and it was designed this way.  Order Ab Chao, you must first create the chaos.  And from gender bending to everything else, plus the folk definitely are showing signs of all the estrogen they’re getting pumped up with through their food systems and their bottled water, the plastic water bottles, and all their packaged foods that they eat, and canned food that they eat too.  There’s definitely physical changes happening in people now. The guys are getting thinner in the shoulders and sometimes bigger in the hips. Again, I’ve gone into all this in the past. Go into archive section and you’ll see a lot of articles from the past on what’s been happening to us. And again, Charles Galton Darwin said that, they’d use hormones to neutralize opposition, especially in the males, make them more effeminate. Excess hormones would make females actually more masculine, strangely enough, more aggressive for sure. And we see all of that even by police reports now.


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



Topics of show covered in following links:


Canadian Exports Plunge

US Libya Ambassador Killed in Benghazi

U.S. Libyan Consulate Attacked over Mocking Mohammad Movie

Mocking Mohammed Film has Murky Background

More on Offensive Muhammad Movie

German Top Court Clears Euro Rescue Fund

Farage's Rebuttal of Barroso's Sorry State of the Union Address

Barroso Calls for Federation of EU States

Barroso as Young Marxist Student-Lisbon

Anti-psychotic Drug Causes Lactating Breasts in Males

British Schools Put Cameras in Bathrooms and Lockers

& More on Above

Honduras to Run Privately Owned Cities

Violent Images and Triggering Aggression

Canada and Gender-Neutral Washrooms

Paedophiles and their Rights