June 17, 2010  (#601)

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

Poem Copyright Alan Watt June 17, 2010:

Standing Up to BP, Obama Shows He's a Fighter,
Full Marks to His Overpaid Intrepid Scriptwriter:

"Everyone Prattling About Obama's Speech,
Complaining His 9th Grade Delivery Out of Reach,
Over the Head of Media's 6th Grade Presentation,
For a Dumbed-Down Public's Low-Brow Frustration,
Good Deflection from Content on Media's Part,
An Analysis Should Break America's Heart,
Behind Comments on Energy, Carefully Crafted,
The Price of Energy Means You'll Be Shafted,
Years of Pain and Sacrifice to Come,
You Won't Recognize America After it's Done,
Wind Farms and Turbines to Save the Day
For a Small Population (They Omit to Say),
Nor that Agenda 21 Means No Private Car,
Working in Your Community, No Need to Go Far,
Strange How Crisis Fits All In with Their Planning,
Air-Conditioned World Managers, Peasants a-Fanning"
© Alan Watt June 17, 2010


Poem & Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - June 17, 2010 (Exempting Music, Literary Quotes, and Callers' Comments)

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Hi folks.  I am Alan Watt and this is Cutting Through The Matrix on June 17, 2010.  As always, newcomers should look into cuttingthroughthematrix.com web site and bookmark all the other sites youíll see listed there for future use.  That way you can always get a clean download if too many folk are going into the .com site at the same time and if I have trouble with the Yahoo site, youíve got these alternate sites to download from, hopefully.  [Official sites listed above.]  Remember, they all have transcripts of a lot of the talks Iíve given in English for print up and passing around to your friends.  They all have the same audios as well.  But if you want transcripts in foreign languages, you can go into alanwattsentientsentinel.eu and download from there; it also has the audios if you want to download from there.  When you are in there, go into the books I have for sale and the CDs and DVDs.  I really would be churning out a lot more if I wasnít just doing just thisÖ and raking in the cash.  But we are going through the most amazing times in our history, certainly in my lifetime, and itís all planned that way.  So you canít really sit on the sidelines and just make money.  Youíve got to be in the fight, so to speak, if itís nothing more than at least waking a few people up and giving them consciousness.  Really, sometimes thatís the only thing you can achieve, is consciousness, and that comes with a heavy penalty of Ďnow you know, what do you do with it?í  Öwhen you see how enormous this big matrix system is.  I show you the techniques in my books, how to understand how you are conned and how you are fooled, on a daily basis, by the language, by the symbols and so on, and how things are presented to you by experts from academia who have written lots of books on the subject, mainly used by the military department of psychological warfare.  So buy the books and that helps me trickle over because itís expensive doing what Iím doing.  There are bills all the time.  I donít accept payment from advertisers to keep me going.  Thatís a lucrative field, most hosts do that; that keeps them going with a good income.  The ads you hear on this show are paid directly by the advertisers straight to RBN for their air time, for the broadcast of this show, for their board operators and for their bills.  We all have bills so help me out too.  [Ordering and donation options listed above.]  Generally I just get by on the occasional donations, from the same few people, but thatís life.  Thatís life in this modern world where we have the me-generation in full bloom, although they are looking a bit withered right now but they just donít know it.  They donít know how bad itís going to become. 


The whole agenda we are living through right now, including the environmental side of it, the carbon taxes, they are teaching whole generations across the whole world to come under GLOBAL GOVERNANCE and allow themselves to be servants to the world state.  They have been on the go for over 100 years.  And itís not just a matter of someone putting out an idea and paying a few bucks to different foundations to promote it, which they certainly do, lots of bucks in fact.  Itís also teaching it through the school system, through your comedies, through your movies, through your soap operas.  You are bombarded with it all the time to bring in a designed, planned society.  Just like back in the 60s, they brought in the rock and roll, they brought in the drugs.  The military provided both initially, in fact, because most of the rockers, the top ones Ė Iíve done a couple of talks on that too Ė were all the offspring of intergenerational military/Pentagon families.  Madonna is one of them, by the way; her brother came out with a book on it.  I'll be back with more after this break.


Hi folks.  This is Alan Watt and we're Cutting Through The Matrix, just talking about the phases we go through, the generations we go through and how everything is catered for each generation, how they are going to live, the standard of living, or the fall of it depending on the time period, and the mores, their behavior and what they will believe.  We are also really kept in a limbo state of being happy.  Just be happy, live for today and live for the weekly paycheck, if you have one, and go out and have fun.  Really, thatís what governments want.  They donít like people sitting at home and discussing with their friends whatís really happening in the world.  They donít even like them going into bars and discussing that kind of stuff; thatís why you canít talk in a bar.  You have to yell like crazy and itís impossible to have a conversation.  Thatís all psychological warfare too.  I can remember in Britain, that the bar was the local place where everybody came.  The pub, all the locals came.  You found out everything that was happening in that area, what the town councils were up to and you could protest them by finding out and so on, and in came the television sets and sports with them up full blast until you couldnít hear yourself talk.  Then everybody had to sit and stare at these darn things and that was the end of that.  That was all intentional as well, encouraged from the top. 


Nothing happens by chance in society.  Believe you me, nothing happens by chance.  Everything is designed that way for control purposes and you have no idea of the much energy and your tax money goes into hiring people, big panels and teams, to control you and your behavior and to update you when required with the proper thoughts, the ones that are deemed proper by your betters.  I said years ago, it wouldnít matter if this whole global warming thing is proved absolutely nonsensical and people came out from the top and admitted it, which a lot have done in fact.  It wouldnít matter if old Jehovah himself came down and started blowing away the chemtrails over our heads, theyíd have to nuke him because this agenda must go on.  They never change their plans. 


Weíve all to become slaves and pay and pay and pay for energy.  Maurice Strong talked about this in the 90s when the United Nations sent him over to privatize Ontario Hydro at the time, the electric supply for the whole of Ontario, including all the nuclear power plants.  He said at the time, the future will be very bleak for most because we are really going to slash energy right down to bare bones, for essential businesses and so on ONLY.  He talked about it then, using taxpayers money to put in big generators along side the important businesses and government buildings.  This has all been done.  So they knew a long time ago what they had planned to bring in for us. 


There is nothing like a great crisis to bring it all into being.  We know that Obamaís given his latest speech; there was a big build-up to the speech.  Personally I like the speechwriters themselves; I think we should give Oscars to the speechwriters since they do all the work.  They are trained in this field of psycho-linguistics.  Going back to a previous talk he gave on the 14th, he likened the Gulf environmental disaster to 9/11.  That was in Yahoo News.


Obama likens Gulf environmental disaster to 9/11

Mon Jun 14 / yahoo.com


WASHINGTON (AFP) - President Barack Obama likened the disastrous oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico to the September 11 attacks in an interview published on the eve of his fourth visit Monday to the stricken region.  (Alan:  Iíll add, to play golf because thatís what he does; he goes down there and plays golf.)


You see, tie it in to a major event.  Remember, 9/11, the statements that came out at the time was, life will never be the same again.  So what he is really saying is - in this particular article - life will never be the same again.† Itís even more so than the last not-the-same-againÖ because you are going to go into a world of servitude, piece by piece by piece, and you will have mass migrations from the coast eventually Ė thatís all part of Agenda 21 Ė and put into the overcrowded cities and then it will be like Soylent Green for a while and riots and all the rest of it - they expect that - with rationing and then a lot will die off by the year 2035 or so, whenever it happens to beÖ according to the think tanks for the military and Iíve published them too, on my web site in the archives section. 


In his latest speech, it says hereÖ 


Language guru: Obama speech too 'professorial' for his target audience

CNN.com | June 16th, 2010


President Obama's speech on the gulf oil disaster may have gone over the heads of many in his audienceÖ according to analyst of the 18 minute talk released Wednesday.


Tuesday night's speech from the Oval Office of the White House was written to a 9.8 grade level, said Paul J.J. Payack, president of Global Language Monitor. The Austin, Texas-based company analyzes and catalogues trends in word usage and word choice and their impact on culture.  (A:  Theyíre a very important organization, one of many actually, though, but they do work with the military on propaganda for abroad, again, in neuro-linguistics and psycho-linguistics.  So theyíre saying that it went over the heads because it was too high.)


Though the president used slightly less than four sentences per paragraph, his 19.8 words per sentence "added some difficulty for his target audience," Payack said. (A:  See, they understand that weíve been dumbed down so much by television, the culture industry and linguistic minimalism; exactly what Orwell said would happen.)


He singled out this sentence from Obama as unfortunate: "That is why just after the rig sank, I assembled a team of our nation's best scientists and engineers to tackle this challenge -- a team led by Dr. Steven Chu, a Nobel Prize-winning physicist and our nation's secretary of energy."  (A:  That was just too much for the average punter out there apparently.)


The monitor's chief word analyst found these three sentences insensitive: "Already, this oil spill is the worst environmental disaster America has ever faced. (A:  Now, thatís not really true.  You see, they love to hype it up and people are already going neurotic and berserk over it, because the fringe always do.  I read that article the other day abut how the fringe go crazy and some of them commit suicide thinking the world is going to end, we are going to sink under the sea, or we are going to live in a barren world, with nothing to eat except the occasional bean sprout or something.  But youíre forgetting too, of all the nuclear bombs that were tested in the 50s and 60s in Nevada and how whole towns were eventually wiped out, because they used them.  They let the stuff float over their heads.  In fact, they would time them some days to see if the wind was blowing in that direction and then theyíd follow the health of the people as they died off.  They did the same in the Soviet Union, by the way; there is a very good documentary on both of them doing it at that time.  If I get a hold of it Iíll put it up for you, an excellent documentary.  That was a big thing at the time as well.)  And unlike an earthquake or a hurricane, it is not a single event that does its damage in a matter of minutes or days. The millions of gallons of oil that have spilled into the Gulf of Mexico are more like an epidemic, one that we will be fighting for months and even years."


"You shouldn't be saying that in Katrina land," said Payack, referring to the 2005 hurricane that devastated the Gulf Coast. "New Orleans lost a third of its population; it's still recovering."


But he praised Obama's phrase "oil began spewing" as active and graphic.  (A:  Öterm.  Itís all written by professionals, this stuff, not Obama.  Itís his speech writers whoíve been trained, like Payack here, on neuro-linguistics and psycho-linguistics, to make sure the great unwashed masses get the right kind of version of it, for their simple little minds.)


At a micro level, the average word in the speech contained 4.5 letters, a bit longer than is typical for the former constitutional law professor, Payack said.


Obama's nearly 10th-grade-level rating was the highest of any of his major speeches and well above the Grade 7.4 of his 2008 "Yes, we can" victory speech, which many consider his best effort, Payack said.


"The scores indicate that this was not Obama at his best, especially when attempting to make an emotional connection to the American people," he added.  (A:  See, itís all staged isnít it?  Itís all acting.  Isnít it?  Isnít that what it is?)


Iíll put these links up on my site at the end of the show, plus the full speech as well. 


Full text of Obama oil spill speech

aljazeera.net / Wednesday, June 16, 2010


Then, the part from this guy Payackís particular company here; it saysÖ


Obama Oil Spill Speech Echoes Elite, Aloof Ethos

Published: June 16th, 2010 / languagemonitor.com - The Global Language Monitor


When Obama is at his best (such as the Grant Park 'Yes, We Can speech), the President has a direct and emotional connection with the American people.  This speech, simply, did not live up to that high standard -- and the numbers reflect it.


-Comparisons with previous addresses and those of other presidents

-Passive Voice highest for any major presidential address this century

-Surprisingly high tenth-grade reading (and hearing) level


Austin, TX, June 17, 2010 Ė According to an exclusive analysis by The Global Language Monitor, President Obamaís Oil Spill speech echoed his elite ethos, with a broad plan for an alternative-energy future and few specifics(A:  Thatís very important, Ďa broad plan for an alternative-energy futurethatís Agenda 21.  You will not have cars at all; essential vehicles only.  Thatís why there were few specifics mentioned.)   The only specifics of the address were the continuation of the off-shore drilling ban, effectively putting tens of thousands of Gulf Coast jobs in jeopardy.  The Presidentís first Oval Office address came in at a surprising high tenth-grade reading level, with some 13% passive constructions, the highest level measured in any major presidential address in this century.  In political speaking, the passive voice is generally used to either deflect responsibility, or to have no particular Ďdoerí of an action.


A previous analysis using GLMís NarrativeTracker, found the presidentís primary narrative arc to be that of ĎObama as an Oil Spill Enablerí.  Nothing in the address would appear to change that narrative, though formal analysis will be forthcoming in the next week.  (A:  They are trained to say this stuff, you see.  These guys write top speeches.  I hear the music coming in so I'll be back with more after this break.)


Hi folks.  This is Alan Watt and we're Cutting Through The Matrix, where you are going to find out whatís real and what isnít real and question everything because all the stuff thatís put out to you, even by mainstream media, is really worked through psychology before it ends up in your little brain.  Itís all intended to BE warped and TO warp your brains so that you will come along and think that you are thinking for yourself and youíve come to your own conclusions, and sure enough, your friends around you will all have the same downloads and youíll think you are quite sane.  You are being upgraded all the time and changed all the timeÖ into a being that your masters designedÖ for themselves.  Thatís always really been the way of it. 


Itís perfected now, though.  Itís really high science, taught at a lot of universities.  The top players in these fields get the top jobs in the military because they use a lot of it for psychological warfare on countries they want to take down and dominate.  They also use it on the populace of their own peoples.  Iíve always said too, really though, the top people should be awarded for script writing, some kind of special Oscar or something.  We could watch it on television, one for Sarkozy, his scriptwriter, one for Cameron in Britain, and maybe one for the US and one for Canada.  Maybe do a little quiz as well, and then they get a little prize and we can watch it and enjoy it.  After all, they are doing all the work and these actors in front of them just play golf and take all the credit, or, sometimes they take the tomatoes.  Thatís what they are for; theyíre Punch and Judy Show for the public. 


It is interesting how it all works.  Again, the greatest indoctrination of all goes through your schooling system as they turn children into little perverts, and little green ones at that, because thatís how they decided to make it.  The adults themselves were degraded in turn so they allow more perversion with each generation.  Itís incremental and intergenerational, planned a long time ago and you can read articles about it going back as early as the 1800s from HG Wells.  He actually called it Ďfree loveí, right down to eventually breaking the barriers for intergenerational sex.  The late 1800s folks!  No greater way to destroy a society.  Look around you.  And all the culture industries, the fashion industries in it, and everyone copies what they see on television, in the movies and in Much Music.  Literally, you canít tell the prostitute from the average person in some cities today.  And we all think thatís quite normal. 


As they do that too, they are telling us, oh, my God, be very, very, very scared becauseÖ


'World could be plunged into crisis in 2014':

Cambridge expert (A:  Itís a priest you see.  Remember what Russell said?  We shall train the public that they are ruled by experts and they canít think without the expert opinion on things.  They just call them Ďexpertsí now.  As soon as you see that, itís the high priest, you see.  Itís got the same connotations as Ďholy.í) predicts 'a great event' will determine course of the century

By Daily Mail Reporter / 17th June 2010 / dailymail.co.uk

(A:  Itís probably a handout from one of the big PR companies.)


A 'Doomsday' moment will take place in 2014 - and will determine whether the 21st century is full of violence and poverty or will be peaceful and prosperous, according to a Cambridge University professor.


In the last 500 years there has been a cataclysmic 'Great Event' of international significance at the start of each century, he claims.  (A:  He should really go back to John Deeís day; I guess thatís when they started it.)


Occurring in the middle of the second decade of each century, they include events which sparked wars, religious conflict and brought peace.  (A:  Then heís got a whole list of things that happened in the past, in history.)


Professor Nicholas Boyle of Cambridge University, who carried out the research, has pinpointed the global financial crisis as the trigger for the next 'Great Event'.  (A:  See, you have to be an expert to understand that; thatís why heís an expert.)


And he claims the U.S., with its waning economic influence but unrivalled military power, holds the key to determining the course and character of the next 90 years.  (A:  I guess heís read the 90-page report put out by the think tank for the British military and NATO Ė youíll find it in my archives Ė because thatís exactly what they all said.  So heís really copying that.)


Professor Boyle said: 'The character of a century becomes very apparent in that second decade, so why should ours be any different? 


'Partly the timing has to do with the way we divide our understanding of human life and human history.


'If a century is going to have a character it is going to become apparent by the time it is approaching 20 years old, the same is true of human beings.


'Another factor is the sequence of generations. By about two decades in the generation that was really dominant in the last phase of the previous century has had its day.  (A:  They are gone, you see, they are over.)


'The future is beginning to be defined by their children who will only have lived in or have memories of the new (A:  ÖbrainwashingÖ )  century.'  (A:   I added that because thatís how theyÖ Heís really telling you about a technique without mentioning it.)


The professor, who lectures in German and German history, said the recent economic collapse set the wheels in motion of a wider breakdown in international relations.  (A:  That, again, was covered in the military report for the next 30-odd years.)


The U.S., he said, will become the key player in a series of make-or-break decisions and either condemn us to a century of violence and poverty, or usher in a new age of global co-operation.  (A:  Thatís total integration, folks, for the United Nations.)


But he cautioned that peace is only possible if the world realises that an age of individual nation states is over (A:  So heís telling you, itís over.  The nation state and sovereignty is over.) and an effective system of global governance is introduced.  (A:  Well, heís one of the boys, you see.  Heíll belong to the Royal Institute of International Affairs.  Heís a Cambridge boy too, of course.)


Flashpoints of world politics such as climate change (A:  Ha, ha, ha!) and the rise of China and India, as well as the global credit crisis, will need international co-operation to be resolved, he said.  (A:  They used to burn these guys in the old days, for predictions.  Theyíd have big bonfires.  This guy is getting paid by our tax money.  But of course, he knows the agenda - as we all do, anybody who listens to this show.  I'll be back with more after this break.)


Hi folks.  Iím Alan Watt and we're Cutting Through The Matrix.  The last couple of articles, Iím just showing you how they all tie together to get a THEME across into our heads.  They call these Ďmemesí.  I prefer to call it a me-me, you see.  A me-me.  Iím jealous of the me-generation; I was never a part of the me-generation.  I was part of the generation just before it where everything-was-just-out-of-reach generation.  Yep, everything was just out of grasp.  Apart from that, the Roadrunner called it me-me as well, and he always got off with it.  Anyway, the snobs like memes.  But a meme is a theme that is put out there deliberately by those that know.  It runs through society.  It runs through the internet.  I can tell when one has been put out because I get so many different links about the same topic coming from so many different people.  They SET the tones of your thought for the day.  They also have been doing that forever with newspapers; now itís the internet.  Itís also based in talk shows in television and again, comedies, movies and so on.  These are the things you are supposed to think about and they also give the conclusions that you are supposed to come out with as well. 


So the last ones were about experts telling you that the environment and the end of nationalism is part of the whole agenda.  Thatís also coming up in a few days in Canada, at this great $1.1 billion boondoggle - and climbing - G20 and G8 meeting that lasts a few days.  They get 10 minutes each to burp after drinking all that brandy and having all that food and say, rah-blah-laa and thatís it; itís over with.  In other words they sign documents and treaties that were all drafted up years before by the bureaucrats.  Thatís what these things really are for. 


Here is another one to add to that meme, to make sure we all get the point of global governance and all the rest of it.  This is the United Nations Global Compact Leaders Summit that ties in with it.




Our world is at a critical juncture (A:  They never give you any happy news, these control freaks, because after all, if we were happy they couldnít get more control over you.)


Future advances in global integration (A:  Global integration means total, total end of sovereignty folks.), poverty reduction (A:  Which is, of course, a big joke.), protection of our planet and, ultimately, peace critically depend on our ability to collectively address the most pressing global challenges. Accelerating the practice of corporate sustainability and responsibility is an urgent task in these complex times, when crises Ė from financial market break downs to environmental degradation Ė are increasingly global and connected. The stakes could not be higher, given that climate change threatens the security of food, water and energy (A:  Along with Monsanto, Archer-Daniels-Midland, and all the rest of them.) Ė the interlocking resource pillars which underpin prosperity and the productivity of the economy. To bring about a new era of sustainability, (A:  Everything is sustainable now, you see.) business everywhere must put long-term considerations, comprehensive risk management and ethics at the top of the corporate agenda.


(A:  So they are going toÖ)

Building a new era of sustainability  (A:  Thatís also to get mentioned at the G20 meeting.)

Chaired by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, (A:  Howl, howlÖ) the UN Global Compact Leaders Summit 2010 will provide the platform for organizations to convene, (A:  Thatís non-democratic, folks; thatís not you, obviously.) collaborate and commit to building a new era of sustainability Ė an era where environmental, social and governance (ESG) (A:  ESG, they are calling it as ONE thing.)  issues are deeply integrated into business based on both material and ethical rationales. At the Summit, leaders will collectively tackle priority areas that are central to corporate leadership today and essential for the transformation to sustainable markets and the achievement of societal goals. (A:  That also means depopulation.  I hope you understand that.  And that means you too, folks.)  With over 1,000 global leaders in attendance, this triennial Summit will be the most important UN-business event ever held.  (A:  Then he goes into all the rest of it, Part 1, 2 and 3.  Then into their very socialistic newspeak, which is awfully boring stuff.)


Youíve got to understand that everything was planned a long time ago and all the organizations, including your governments, were told a long time ago to be on board with this agenda as they bring this socialized interdependent world into being, with the redistribution of YOUR wealth.  Yep, you thought it was all the rich folk, all you folk at the bottom.  Nope. It was YOUR money they meant.  Your tax money will be used to go off and fill the pockets of corporations in other parts of the planet.  YOU are going to get poorer and poorer and poorer. 


Itís interesting.  I remember, I think it was at one of one of The World Bank meetings and Maurice Strong was in attendance.  A man tape-recorded the conversations there and played in on the air on some of the Patriot stations.  He talked to Maurice Strong and he said, well, youíve given all these rights to animals and everything - it might have been the Earth Summit - but he says, and trees and so on.  And Strong looked at him and he says, you Americans, youíll wish you had the rights of a tree when we are finished.  NO kidding.  These are the REAL PSYCHOPATHS that are running these shows.  They hate Americans.  They hate ordinary people; they hate them with a vengeance.  They are elitists and they believe that they should eradicate all the inferior types.  Thatís always been on their books for over 100 years.  Theyíve given LISTS of them that would have to perish, so that they would be saved, at the top.  Thatís a basic belief, a tenet of Darwinism.  So youíve got to understand that you are simply on a road preordained a long time ago, using mass psychology, very good sciences, and educational training, indoctrinations, and media reinforcement, and fictional reinforcements through movies and so on, that you are on this path. 


Last night I mentioned all these disaster movies that are meant to augment all that so that you will go along with saying, oh, gee wiz, I donít want to go down into a world where we are all eating each other and there is never any sunlight coming through, we are dressed in rags, oh, save us, save us.  That is unfortunately what most of the people will demand at the end and thatís just the way it goes. 


Iíve mentioned the Council on Foreign Relations many, many times.  It has its big bottom branches; itís also got its top branches as well.  There is always an INNER PARTY and an OUTER PARTY.  Just like Freemasonry, they use a lot of the outer party to be little actors and PR spokesmen.  This article came out of Foreign Relations.  It saysÖ


This just inÖ:  George Clooney joins Council on Foreign Relations

June 5, 2010 / washingtonpost.com


(A:  They take actors in too.  And newscasters, most of the newscasters are all members.)


Meet the newest member of the Council on Foreign Relations: George Clooney. The Oscar winner has been granted life membership in the prestigious think tank -- Charlie Rose and NYT columnist Nick Kristof nominated him. CFR's vice president Lisa Shields cited the actor's advocacy on the Darfur crisis and the "importance of non-traditional voices" in foreign policy.  (A:  Thatís also what the UN says in their web sites, that they use anybody who comes in and starts pushing the political agenda on their behalf.  Itís actually called an actor; even the NGOs are called Ďsoft actorsí or Ďsoft force.í)  (Michael Douglas and Warren Beatty are also life members; Angelina Jolie scored a term memberships set aside for junior wonks in 2007.) In a statement via CFR, Clooney said, "I'm honored to have been nominated... And I hear the initiation ritual is wild."  (A:  Thatís his wee joke, you see.)


You see, everything is political and you forget that.  EVERYTHING HAS POLITICAL PURPOSE.  If they can put an idol up there Ė  because we worship celebrities, thatís how stupid folk are and I talked about that great documentary, StarSuckers, and people worshiping celebrities.  They use these characters to influence those that canít think for themselves.  Itís a sad state of affairs that people will follow actorsÖ actors, for goodness sake; people who never know who they really are themselves, they just act.  And by God, have they degraded society and you all emulate it too because, as they said in ancient times, you follow the stars.  Those that canít think follow the stars, and they provide them for you. 


The CFR has all the media moguls as members.  They have all your top journalists as members.  I remember one of the top scriptwriters for George Bush was David Frum.  He was the Canadian son of the Canadian Barbara Frum whoíd helped to brainwash Canadians with their main news for about 40 years.  It was so interesting too, when he was helping him.  I think it was Kerry that had a Canadian, a TOP writer as well, doing all his scripts for him, a guy from British Columbia that was well sought after.  You have no idea how important these well-trained scriptwriters are in psycho-linguistics, neuro-linguistics, psychology, the masses and so on.  You have no idea how important good ones are.  And Sarkozyís one, I think is from Spain or somewhere.  He brought her over because she is so good at what she does.  They pay millions of dollars for them.  Then between working for the politicians, they are working for the military, for their propaganda and psychological warfare.  When theyíre not doing it on other countries, theyíre doing it on you.  And weíre all oblivious; most folk are oblivious of all of this stuff going on. 


There was a scriptwriter for Bob Rae.  It was mentioned by the Toronto Sun when he was in.  Another guy who had a sort of quick religious conversion; he was astonished to find to find out who he really was, once he was in.  Anyway, Bob Rae, who was a bit further left than Marx, and whose brother helped draft up the Communist Manifesto of the Charter of Rights at the United Nations, along with Alger Hiss.  Bob Rae, his particular one, was a guyÖ Gold something, Goldbloom, Goldberg, whatever.  It said this guy had been there for 3 different Premieres of Ontario.  The media said the reason they never talked about him was because they were all terrified to say anything about him in the media.  Thatís how much power he wielded.  He wielded more power, this scriptwriter and advisor, more power than the front men Premieres and politicians.  Thatís how powerful they are.  Amazing.  Isnít it amazingÖ or is it really?  I wonder.


I said years ago, the internet will be given for a phase, for a time.  The folk will become hooked on it and it will go mainstream.  And because they are hooked on it they will stay hooked on it; thatís the simple agenda for it.  Everybody knows, Iím sure by now, about the internet KILL SWITCH proposed for the US.  This is in a news article; it came out of ZD Net. 


Internet 'kill switch' proposed for US

Declan McCullagh, CNET.com on June 15th, 2010 / zdnet.com.au


A new US Senate Bill would grant the President far-reaching emergency powers to seize control of, or even shut down, portions of the internet.


The legislation says that companies such as broadband providers, search engines or software firms that the US Government selects "shall immediately comply with any emergency measure or action developed" by the Department of Homeland Security.   (A:  So there you go, Homeland Security.)  Anyone failing to comply would be fined.


That emergency authority would allow the Federal Government to "preserve those networks and assets and our country and protect our people," Joe Lieberman, the primary sponsor of the measure and the chairman of the Homeland Security committee, told reporters on Thursday. Lieberman is an independent senator from Connecticut who meets with the Democrats.


Due to there being few limits on the US President's emergency power, which can be renewed indefinitely, the densely worded 197-page Bill (PDF) (A:  197 pages!  And the link is on this article too for you to download it.) is likely to encounter stiff opposition.  (A:  I donít think so.)


TechAmerica, probably the largest US technology lobby group, said it was concerned about "unintended consequences that would result from the legislation's regulatory approach" and "the potential for absolute power". And the Center for Democracy and Technology publicly worried that the Lieberman Bill's emergency powers "include authority to shut down or limit internet traffic on private systems."  (A:  Of course they do that; thatís the whole intention.)


The idea of an internet "kill switch" that the President could flip is not new. A draft Senate proposal that ZDNet Australia's sister site CNET obtained in August allowed the White House to "declare a cybersecurity emergency", and another from Sens. Jay Rockefeller (D-W.V.) and Olympia Snowe (R-Maine) would have explicitly given the government the power to "order the disconnection" of certain networks or websites(A:  Thatís the real intention of it.  So one day youíll wake up and I wonít be here, along with maybe some others.)


On Thursday, both senators lauded Lieberman's Bill, which is formally titled Protecting Cyberspace as a National Asset Act, or PCNAA. Rockefeller said "I commend" the drafters of the PCNAA. Collins went further, signing up at a co-sponsor and saying at a press conference that "we cannot afford to wait for a cyber 9/11 before our government realises the importance of protecting our cyber resources".  (A:  Thatís nonsense because the military has got all that sewn up.  Iíve got all their articles here, over the years.  Itís to go for individual people and organizations.)


Under PCNAA, the Federal Government's power to force private companies to comply with emergency decrees would become unusually broad. Any company on a list created by Homeland Security that also "relies on" the internet, the telephone system or any other component of the US "information infrastructure" would be subject to command by a new National Center for Cybersecurity and Communications (NCCC) that would be created inside Homeland Security.  (A:  So they can also cut your phone off.)


The only obvious limitation on the NCCC's emergency power is one paragraph in the Lieberman Bill that appears to have grown out of the Bush-era flap over wiretapping without a warrant. That limitation says that the NCCC cannot order broadband providers or other companies to "conduct surveillance" of Americans unless it's otherwise legally authorised.  (A:  Which it already is.)


This is another part of Big Brother going in, not unexpected of course.  They will have their way, step by little step, by little step until youíll get just the mainstream on it, with the mainstream newspapers, as they always have done, to give you, you know, the right kind of points of view and how you should be thinking and seeing things, and how you should be seeing and viewing the worldÖ the PROPER way, the AUTHORIZED way.


Then there is Asia Pacific... interesting; the New York Times.  It says hereÖ


U.S. Identifies Vast Mineral Riches in Afghanistan

(A:  Like they just found this out? Right?  Ah, come on.)

By JAMES RISEN / nytimes.com / June 13, 2010


WASHINGTON ó The United States has discovered nearly $1 trillion in untapped mineral deposits in Afghanistan, (A:  I guess thatís what they are really using all those drones to blow up the places up for; they are really mining.) far beyond any previously known reserves and enough to fundamentally alter the Afghan economy and perhaps the Afghan war itself, according to senior American government officials.   (A:  I guarantee there will be American companies that have already got the first dibs signed and sealed.  And they will be ready to move in once the military take these parts over, just like they did in Iraq.)


The previously unknown deposits (A:  Which is rubbish.  You know, Britain was in there in the 1800s tapping all over the place.  They know where everything is.) ó including huge veins of iron, copper, cobalt, gold (A:  Lots of gold there, by the way.) and critical industrial metals like lithium ó are so big and include so many minerals that are essential to modern industry that Afghanistan could eventually be transformed into one of the most important mining centers in the world, the United States officials believe.  (A:  After weíve killed off all the Afghanis.† After all, if you donít want trouble and you want to take it over, you kill off the young; they donít grow up to be fighters.  Thatís what they do in other countries too.  I'll be back with more after this break.)


Hi folks.  This is Alan Watt and we're Cutting Through The Matrix.  You know, years ago I traveled all through Europe watching the same cons being pulled in a bunch of countries.  What youíll find is the taxpayers and the citizenry always paid for what they needed for the local systems they lived in, the sewer system, the water system.  They had gas systems and different systems; they paid for it.  It was either localized or nationalized but the taxpayers funded it completely and paid for its upkeep and employees and so on.  It worked very, very well.  What they used to do is, then theyíd bring in the Conservatives and the Conservatives would say, ah, look at the mess this is in, this is not functioning and they would privatize it, for a while.  They made sure, mind you, that the other party would make sure that everything was up and running really well, well maintained before the next bunch came in.  The right wing would then privatize it to their buddies for peanuts, who would run it into the ground for profits and jack everything up.  Then when it was time, when everything was run ragged, they had never maintained anything or put money in, it was all for profit. Then the left wing would come back in again and nationalize it.  This went on and off for years until eventually they came in totally and privatized it all.  Itís a strange new privatization, itís called Ďpublic/private partnershipsí where the private company takes all the profit and the public pay for the upkeep of it and you rent the use of it.  So itís a great con and all countries do this. 


I got a letter here from someone in Idaho Ė I know him very well Ė and he works for the state government there.  He says hereÖ


The city is talking about privatizing the sewer and the water.  Of course, they will be able to run it more efficiently, they say, blah, blah, blah.  (A:  These are his words.)  Here is what I found out.  The sewer and water is pretty much paid for and in the black, according to state laws.  (A:  In other words, itís not broke; itís not in the red, itís in the black.)  The money they bring in has to go to the upkeep of the system.  So you have a system that is bought and paid for with little or no real debt to it.  If they sell it, the company that buys it will have to obtain loans to buy it.  For them to buy it and to sell water to you, and the sewer services, the cost of running it will involve servicing a new debt.  There is a profit motive to go with it.  In essence, we have a water service that is bought and paid for; if it is sold we have to pay for a system that is now already paid for.  While the city and country will recoup the money from a sale, it means that the people using the water will have to pay for the system all over again.  You get the added bonus that it could be a European company that buys it, so if you have any problems you canít complain to your elected leaders.  (A:  And they love that.  Thatís true.  Well, we canít help you, itís owned by those guys inÖ Japan or wherever.)  Itís a remortgaging of the water service for a multi-national corporation.  How does it get any better than that?


I remember in Britain they did it and they were pushing the bills through to nationalize the water system, that all belonged to the peoples, supposedly.  A few MPs put it through.  They all became Sirs and Lords.  They left immediately after the bill was passed and they just happened to have a company started who ending up getting the rights to pretty well the whole water supply of Britain.  Then they went in to the gas industry and now theyíre going across the world grabbing everybodyís water and gasÖ  well backed by The City, you know, The City of London. 


Of course, thatís what they get away with in big places.  For the little people at the bottom, you just pay and pay and payÖ and then you play as well and you listen to your comedies and have fun.  And if you want to change it, youíd better start thinking and speaking out very fast and doing some heavy protesting.


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:


Obama Uses Gulf Disaster to Push Major Energy and Climate Bill--(Never Let a Good Crisis Go to Waste)

Obama's Script-Writer written Speech Goes Over Heads according to Global Language Monitor

Analysis of Obama's Speech by Professionals

Obama's Scriptwriter's Full Speech

Cambridge Professor Says 2014 is Year of Crisis

UN Global Compact Leaders Summit 2010

George Clooney Joins Council on Foreign Relations--Nominated by Members Charlie Rose and NYT columnist Nick Kristof

Lieberman's Internet Censor Bill

Lithium Found in Afghanistan


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