May 4, 2011 (#825)

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Poem Copyright Alan Watt May 4, 2011:

Obedience to Authority  Aimed at Debased Majority:

"We Live Under a System, A Complex Cancerous Mitosis,
Where the Elite Owners and the Masses Form a Symbiosis,
Expert Manipulators by the Thousands, Well-Paid, are Hired,
Training Public for More Taxes when Wallet's Light & Tired,
But Celebrities, Bread and Circuses, Sex, Sports Arenas,
Keep the Masses Happy and Masters Laughing Like Hyenas,
Should a Leader Stand for Masses, Never Compromised,
Crowd Would Cheer till He Failed then Have Him Crucified,
For the Masses Really Wish the System to Stay the Same,
Aware of High Corruption but, -- On Saturday's the Game,
That's Why They Vote for Leaders, and Familiar Monotony,
Put Forth by Establishment, Demanding Obedience to Authority"
© Alan Watt May 4, 2011


Poem & Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - May 4, 2011 (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 the 4th of May 2011.  Newcomers should look into  Youíll find hundreds of audios there for download and hopefully I can show you the shortcuts to understanding this incredibly big, complex system that runs over you like a big arch, a big dome you might call it, of interconnecting foundations, organizations, very rich people of course, and clubs, etc, NGOs and all the rest of it, all working together and taking their orders from a really high boss obviously, the capstone as they say.  Itís above government, although they have some members within government, always placed there.  Literally, your whole life is planned out for you.  The big changes you will see in your life are already planned, even the cultural changes.  Itís been that way for an awful long time.  So help yourself to the audios.  Remember too, all the sites listed on the .com site are the official sites.  All of the sites have transcripts as well of the audios in English and if you want transcripts in other languages go into and help yourself to those ones there; thereís a variety to choose from.  Remember too you are the audience that bring me to you, so you can purchase the books, hopefully, and the disks I have for sale at  [Order and donation options listed above.]  Remember, straight donations are certainly, certainly appreciated because, as I say, everythingís going up all the time.  When I order books or anything, itís up with all these harmonized sales taxes added to them and all the rest of it.  Itís just getting ridiculous but itís nowhere near where itís supposed to go in the near future. 


Weíre on a roll for heavy taxation and to get rid of your, whatís called, disposable income.  Thatís means youíll be paying for bare necessities; thatís where your money will go in the future, in licenses, fees, and all the rest of it.  Thatís what they mean by austerity and a post-consumerist society.  Thatís what weíre going into now of course.  Most folk donít know it yet.  They wonít believe it until it actually happens to them personally.  Some have already found out the hard way, the ones that have lost their homes or those living in tent cities.  But of course they donít get much coverage on the media because itís all bad news isnít it, and no one likes bad news.  We like fake news and happy news, like the resurrected Osama being killed again and again and again.  And they cheer like little assholes at football games.  Thatís what it is; it turns them on.  Itís just astonishing.  They donít know theyíve been bankrupted right over, plundered by the banks.  They donít know, or care, that their tax money is going to increase, increase to help pay off all the debts incurred for all these ongoing perpetual wars, as they call it actually from the Pentagon.  Itís a perpetual war.  They donít really care. 


Theyíre like the people of old times.  You know, when the kings and queens wanted to get the people to buckle under and obey for heavier taxation or whatever, theyíd execute someone in public and it was made to be like a fair day.  In other words, theyíd turn up for it like a market day, jugglers would be present and all the rest of it, and people would cheer some poor sucker getting his head cut off and getting drawn and quartered.  It was a celebration and everyone was very happy to see someone else getting the stick rather than themselves.  And thatís unfortunately how most people are.  Theyíre not too bright. They are a mass type humanity.  Theyíre very predictable; thatís why theyíre easily managed by their more intelligent people who run their system, and who own their system; technically they also own them.  Back with more after this break.


Hi folks, weíre back Cutting Through The Matrix and itís true what I said you know.  Most people are so predictable and they act like a mass type of humanity.  And they are technically too.  They soak up the new cultural trends and adopt the attitudes given to them by celebrities. They copy what they see.  They speak what they see, because youíre always given new terminology from television and so on. And every age group is managed of course, perfectly well.  Every generation is managed, every age group within the generations is managed perfectly well by television masters really, those who understand the psychology of humanity. 


And itís true enough, even though youíve plundered them and pillaged them Ė through the banking scams that no one went to jail for, of course Ė they go over the moon, over a guyís name theyíve almost forgotten, who supposedly died again, and itís good enough for them, just like theyíd won a big football match.  Honestly, thatís how they really see it, as they personally had won something.  Meanwhile theyíre up to their eyes, trillions in debt for these ongoing wars, which they call perpetual war from the War College.  So you cannot help people like that.  You canít help them.  Theyíre like lemmings; they must run over the edge of the cliff, hopefully all together, and maybe leave some of the rest of us some peace. 


You understand that the masses have a symbiotic relationship with the masters.  This has always been the problem down through time.  That most want to follow leaders and they vote what they think are leaders in of course.  In the old days too, they would get the guy that scared the most to rule over them.  They respect fear and it seems as long as someone else is getting the chop, theyíll cheer someone else getting the chop, or some other people across the water getting the chop, but thatís just how they are. There is a symbiotic relationship.  So the elite need the masses and the masses need the elite, obviously.  Thatís why they donít want to change anything at the bottom.  Theyíll go along with anything that comes their way, as long as theyíre thrown a crumb once in a while.  And they donít personally profit off it but they think they do in some way or another.   Itís all psychological warfare.


Meanwhile, it says here in the Wall Street Journal.


About 1 in 7 in U.S. Receive Food Stamps

(Alan:  So thereís how great it all is, eh?  1 in 7 receives food stamps.) / May 3, 2011


The number of food stamp recipients was essentially flat in February, the most recent month available, with 44.2 million Americans receiving benefits, according a new report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.


The food stamp program ballooned during the recession as workers lost their jobs or saw their hours and income reduced. The rise in recipients has begun to flatten in recent months, which may mean that as the economy is improving (A:  I donít know where itís improving.) fewer Americans are seeking to join the program. Enrollment in the program is still high though, with 11.6% more people tapping benefits in February than the same month a year earlier.


Food stamp numbers arenít seasonally adjusted though, meaning a variety of factors could influence the monthly tallies and the program could grow again in coming months.


Mississippi and Oregon were among the states with the largest share of the population utilizing food stamps in February: At least one in five residents in each state were receiving benefits.


Wyoming had the lowest rate of recipients with just 6.6% of the stateís residents using food stamps.  (A:  Well, theyíll have to use more weather warfare on that area, I guess, and put the farmers under.)


Anyway, thatís how it really is, as I say, in the world, when people cheer for utter Hollywood fiction thatís given to them. As I said yesterday, that Osama Bin Goldstein supposedly died again and theyíre all quite happy about it and theyíve forgotten about all their own masters pillaging them.  Itís just astonishing isnít it, but very predictable too.  Very predictable. 


Now, Isis, weíve mentioned Isis before Ė they love these names of course Ė but this is the mobile payment system.  And AT&T and T Mobile and Verizon came together. 


Isis mobile payment system to work with Visa and MasterCard, shelving plans for its own network / By Vlad Savov / May 4th 2011


When AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon came together to create the Isis mobile payment system, they touted a standalone service, powered by Discover's payment network, that would revolutionize the way we make small purchases on the move. Well, the revolution is still on schedule, apparently, but the big trio is now being said to have made a concession in reaching out to the incumbent leaders in this field, Visa and MasterCard. (A:  So youíre going cashless totally.  And the herd will do it quite happily.  Theyíll go cashless quite happily with these tracking systems monitoring everything they purchase, everything they eat, do, whatever. They donít mind.  Theyíre really the first generation to think that privacy is an unnecessary thing to have.  They have no idea of history or tyranny and why so many laws were put out before, on demand of the people after successful revolutions that they GET privacy.  They just donít mind losing it all.  It says...)  The Wall Street Journal cites multiple sources in reporting that Isis has turned into a less ambitious "mobile wallet" project that would seek to let you use your Visa or MasterCard account via your NFC-capable smartphone. As far as the consumer is concerned, it's still the same swipe-to-buy proposition, but the move was apparently necessary for Isis "to avoid falling further behind" in the race to corner this developing market. (A:  Then they go on to say...) We'd say it's encouraging to see these guys showing a bit of swiftness -- it's about time the rest of the world caught up to Japan. (A:  ...thatís just radiating with progress.)


Anyway, thatís part of it too; so Verizon is part of it. Then Verizon announced this too Ė itís quite interesting Ė it says it will start slapping ďWe Can Track YouĒ warning stickers on its products, its phones.


Verizon to put location-tracking warning sticker on phones

Verizon says it will soon begin placing a sticker with this warning on all new devices. / Julianne Pepitone, staff reporter / April 29, 2011


NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- In the wake of a giant brouhaha over the news that Apple's iPhones record and store users' locations, Verizon Wireless says it will start slapping 'we can track you!' warning stickers on its products.


Verizon's announcement came in the form of a letter to Representatives Ed Markey, a Democrat from Massachusetts, and Joe Barton, a Texas Republican. In March, they asked the four major wireless carriers to explain how and why they track mobile location data.  (A:  Well, theyíre not telling you how and why but they are telling you theyíre going to put a sticker on it.)


All four carriers acknowledged that they store location data for varying periods of time (A:  ...meaning forever.), but Verizon (VZ, Fortune 500) was the only company to suggest a warning label. (A:  So that makes it alright, put a warning label on it.)


The company says it will begin including the removable sticker on all new devices it sells.


The sticker warns: "This device is capable of determining its (and your) physical, geographical location and can associate this location data with other customer information.   (A:  Thatís all your calls and your purchases and everything.)  To limit access to location information by others, refer to the User Guide for Location settings and be cautious when downloading, accessing or using applications and services."  (A:  ...which are the only ones that are provided for you, well, which allow you to be tracked and traced of course and all the rest of it.  So anyway, basically, there you go. Really, see, everything runs on legalities and contracts and when they put out that sticker and you take that sticker off, youíre agreeing that they can track and trace you.  You have no comeback whatsoever, whatever happens.  Itís a legality, a REAL legality.  It says...)


Why Apple and Google need to stalk you

Verizon also disclosed that it stores location data and other customer information for seven years. (A:  And theyíre liars of course, itís perpetual.)  Sprint (S, Fortune 500) keeps the details for three years, while AT&T (T, Fortune 500) retains it for anywhere from a few days to five years. T-Mobile did not give a timeframe.  (A:  Well, they are more honest.)


The carriers' responses came earlier in the month, but Congress first released them Thursday.


Each of the letters pointed to third-party applications as the real culprit.


Verizon said location-based apps "should give customers clear and transparent notice," while Sprint complained that it could no longer act as consumers' "trusted carrier with whom they have a trusted relationship to answer all of their questions."


Markey was unimpressed. In a statement on his site, he said the carriers' responses left him "with a feeling of uneasiness and uncertainty ... the disconnect is when third-party applications come in to play."


Meanwhile, Apple (AAPL, Fortune 500) has been cleaning up the PR mess made after two British researchers released an open source application that let Apple's customers see the location data stored on their iPhones and 3G iPads.


The smartphone maker released a 10-part Q&A and statement on Wednesday admitting to a lack of transparency. (A:  Well, thatís what itís about.  Itís to keep you in the dark, isnít it?  Thatís what spying is all about isnít it?)  It also promised a software update to fix a "bug" that retained data (A:  Itís just a bug that was in there, you know, it just happened to develop itself, this bug.) for more than a year instead of the intended few days.


Everybody knew about it except the public. The cops knew, everybody knew, but the public didnít know.  And thatís the garbage which they give us as news isnít it?  And it truly is garbage as news because everything thatís out there has been sold to track and trace and monitor everything that you do.  You see, youíre a farm animal and the farmers are an elite.  And like all elites who are into farming, they make sure that their workers just below them, make sure that they know all about the stock.  Youíre very important, you see, how long youíre going to live.  Theyíve worked all this stuff out Ė Iíve read articles before Ė on your genealogies, etc, as to how much work theyíre going to get out of you, meaning tax money and production and so on in your lifetime.  So theyíve got to know everything about you, you see, everything about you.  Thatís standard farm practice.  Standard. 


In China of course, theyíre still being touted as the big progressive nation for the world.  This came out last year but itís come out again this year.  It says...


You are NOT allowed to commit suicide:

Workers in Chinese iPad factories forced to sign pledges / By Daily Mail Reporter / 1st May 2011


(A:  Well, the suicides continued after the last forced pledge signing and so on.  So theyíre at it again.)


Factories making sought-after Apple iPads and iPhones in China are forcing staff to sign pledges not to commit suicide, an investigation has revealed.


At least 14 workers at Foxconn factories in China have killed themselves in the last 16 months (A: least.  It will be a lot more.)  as a result of horrendous working conditions.


Many more are believed to have either survived attempts or been stopped before trying at the Apple supplier's plants in Chengdu or Shenzen.


Appalling conditions: An investigation by two NGOs has found new workers at Foxconn factories in China are made to sign a 'no suicide' pledge.  (A:  I wonder what happens if you break it?  Can they sue you after youíre dead or what?  Or just go to your ancestors?  I just donít know.)


After a spate of suicides last year, managers at the factories ordered new staff to sign pledges that they would not attempt to kill themselves, according to researchers.


An investigation of the 500,000 workers by the Centre for Research on Multinational Companies and Students & Scholars Against Corporate Misbehaviour (Sacom) (A:  Itís called Sacom... itís a weird name, Sacom.) found appalling conditions in the factories.


They claimed that:

ē Excessive overtime was rife, despite a legal limit of 36 hours a month. One payslip showed a worker did 98 hours of overtime in one month, the Observer reported.

ē During peak periods of demand for the iPad, workers were made to take only one day off in 13. 

ē Badly performing workers were humiliated in front of colleagues.

ē Workers are banned from talking and are made to stand up for their 12-hour shifts.

(A:  One day off in 13.  Progress is wonderful they say.  Back with more after this break.)


Hi folks, I am Alan Watt and weíre back Cutting Through The Matrix.  Another interesting article Iíll put up tonight is to do with GPS for your cars.  One of the most popular companies that make them is called TomTom and itís got a unique little feature in that it notifies the cops as to the speed that youíre traveling at, so you get busted by your own GPS in your car.  Isnít that wonderful?  Thereís a little video, a very short video of the CEO claiming the company didnít know about this.  I guess itís another one, it must be nanotechnology, it builds its own little bugs inside it, you know, itís always working. 


TomTom Sold User Data To Police for Speed Traps / April 28, 2011


If you own a TomTom GPS and you got a ticket in a speed was your own data that busted you! Here is a statement from TomTom's CEO claiming the company didn't know about this and that it won't happen again.  (A:  ...which of course is a big lie because they get a lot of cash for this deal theyíve worked out with cops and so on.  It makes a lot of money in traffic tickets and so on, an awful lot of money.  Some towns and cities depend on that cash coming in because they have so many... they actually factor in how many they want per year, for all the jobs they want to do, extra jobs to build or big dinners or something like that.  Or holidays abroad, you know, the important stuff.)


Also to do with psy-ops operations, Iíve talked about psy-operations last night.  Theyíve changed their name of course, the psychological operations groups, because we all got to know what that meant and what they were up to.  But itís admitted now that the Army is embedding psy-ops, and they have for years by the way, in this article.  Again, itís a very short video.  The psy-ops, theyíve been embedding their officers into local television stations.  It says...


Army embeds PSYOPS soldiers at local TV stations 911 / May 2, 2011


The U.S. Army has used local television stations in the U.S. as training posts for some of its psychological-operations personnel, according to Yahoo! News blog The Upshot. Since at least 2001, both WRAL, a CBS affiliate in Raleigh, N.C., and WTOC, a CBS affiliate in Savannah, Ga., have regularly hosted active-duty soldiers from the Army's 4th Psychological Operations group as part of the Army's Training With Industry program.


See, they go to the mainstream media to find out how to really con the public.  Thatís part of their training, because thatís what the mainstream media is for, to make sure youíre left with a correct impression.  In the little video look at their logo for the psychological operations group:  to ďPERSUADEĒ the public... and basically to alter your perceptions of things and so on, and how to also conquer your mind in a sense so youíll come away with the proper conclusions, the desired conclusions they want.  Have a look at that one too.  Itís quite interesting.


And also, from Uruknet; itís an Arabian site.  It says...


Iraq: Let us not forget what "humanitarian intervention" looks like

(A: To do with all this...  Weíre bringing humanitarian intervention into all the Middle East, you know, as we grab their oil and stuff like that.) / May 2, 2011 / William Blum


Libya: Let us not be confused as to why Libya alone has been singled out for "humanitarian intervention". On April 9, Condoleezza Rice delivered a talk in San Francisco. Or tried to. The former Secretary of State was interrupted repeatedly by cries from the audience of "war criminal" and "torturer". (A:  By they way, now that theyíve claimed again, once again theyíve got Osama Bin Laden, theyíre saying that the torturing helped to find out where he was.  So theyíre validating torture, you see, with this con game as well.  Anyway, it says...) (For which we can thank our comrades in Code Pink and World Can't Wait.) As one of the protesters was being taken away by security guards, Rice made the kind of statement that has now become standard for high American officials under such circumstances: "Aren't you glad this lady lives in a democracy where she can express her opinion?" (A:  Can you really?  [Alan laughing.] I can think a whole bunch of things you canít say.)  She also threw in another line that's become de rigueur since the US overthrew Saddam Hussein, an argument that's used when all other arguments fail: "The children of Iraq are actually not living under Saddam Hussein, thank God."


My response to such a line is this: If you went into surgery to correct a knee problem and the surgeon mistakenly amputated your entire leg, what would you think if someone then remarked to you how nice it was that "you actually no longer have a knee problem, thank God."  (A:  ...they took your whole leg off.)  The people of Iraq no longer have a Saddam problem.


Unfortunately, they've lost just about everything else as well. (A:  Youíve got to remember too, when they went in to bomb Iraq it was to take down total infrastructure.  Thatís like going into a country and destroying all its wells for water, all its pipelines for water, all its food making industry and factories and so on, all its hospitals.  Everything that held it together is utterly... youíre bombed into the Stone Age.  Thatís what they mean by that.)  Twenty years of American bombing, invasion, occupation and torture have led to the people of that unhappy land losing their homes, their schools, their electricity, their clean water, their environment, their neighborhoods, their archaeology, their jobs, their careers, their professionals, their state-run enterprises, their physical health, their mental health, their health care, their welfare state, their women's rights, their religious tolerance, their safety, their security, their children, their parents, their past, their present, their future, their lives ... more than half the population either dead, disabled, in prison, or in foreign exile ... the air, soil, water, blood and genes drenched with depleted uranium ... the most awful birth defects ... unexploded cluster bombs lie in wait for children ... a river of blood runs alongside the Euphrates and Tigris (A:  ...rivers.) ... through a country that may never be put back together again....


Well that says it all right there.  That says it all right there, folks. Thatís what they call, under this con game world that we live in, humanitarian intervention.  And of course it doesnít mention here that they then divvyed up the oil fields.  It was all divvied up before they went in of course; Iíve mentioned that two weeks ago, with Blair and all the rest of them and the oil companies. They were given them gratis after they build brand new refineries, using the USís and Britainís tax money.  Awful nice of us isnít it?  Back with more after this break.


Hi folks, weíre Cutting Through The Matrix and just before I go to callers, weíve all heard about the fact that the EU, this super soviet parliament that was created over there, which is not democratic by any means at all, is going to ban all herbal medicines. And of course I think they put a bill in the US at the same time; so they want to do the same thing.  Big pharma of course, wants to eradicate any competition, any other field of course, or alternative medicine.† This is from the Mail Online.  It says...


Herbal medicines banned as EU directive comes into force / By Daily Mail Reporter / 30th April 2011


Patients have lost access to hundreds of herbal medicines today, after European regulations came into force.


Sales of all herbal remedies, except for a small number of popular products for 'mild' illness such as echinacea for colds and St John's Wort for depression have been banned.


For the first time traditional products must be licensed or prescribed by a registered herbal practitioner.


The Government allowed access to some unlicensed manufactured herbal medicines via a statutory register.


Some of the most commonly used products were saved after the Health Secretary Andrew Lansley approved a plan for the Health Professions Council to establish a register of practitioners supplying unlicensed herbal medicines.  (A:  So now you have to basically go through a silly practitioner to do it all.)


However, many remedies were lost as it was only open to those who could afford the licensing process which costs between £80,000 to £120,000.  (A:  [Alan laughing.] get a license, for a practitioner.  Can you believe that?  Not trying to keep everybody out of it and destroy it.  No, no, no.  If you can afford 120 grand then you might just get a license.)


At least 50 herbs, including horny goat weed (so-called natural Viagra), hawthorn berry, used for angina pain, and wild yam will no longer be stocked in health food shops, says the British Herbal Medicine Association.  (A:  So... itís just astonishing. Well, itís not astonishing at all, is it?)


The 2004 EU directive demands that a traditional herbal medicinal product must be shown to have been in use for 30 years in the EU Ė or at 15 years in the EU and 15 years elsewhere Ė for it to be licensed.  (A:  These things have been around for hundreds of years.)


The UK drug safety watchdog, the Medicines and Healthcare Products Agency, has issued more than a dozen alerts in the past two years, including a warning last month over a contaminated weight loss pill called Herbal Flos Lonicerae (Herbal Xenicol) due to concerns over possible side-effects.  (A: weight loss, I guess.)


Mr Lansley, in a written statement, said the Government wanted to ensure continuing access to unlicensed herbal medicines via a statutory register for practitioners Ďto meet individual patient needsí.


(A:  You can still get pins stuck into you through acupuncture if that turns you on.  But thatís pretty well it, it seems to be.)  Acupuncture falls outside the EU directive and so remains unaffected.


Prince Charles, a long-standing supporter of complementary therapies, has voiced his support for formal regulation of herbal practitioners.  (A:  What a hypocrite he is.  They have their own personal, even the queen has her own personal herbal doctor, you know, that travels everywhere with her.)


Up til now the industry has been covered by the 1968 Medicines Act. This was drawn up when only a small number of herbal remedies were available.  (A:  Utter nonsense. They have had hundreds and hundreds on the tables for years.  So I guess thatís it, as I say, same thingís to come to the US as well; mind you, it will probably be more than 120 grand for a licensing fee.  Thatíll be for the year too probably.)


Alan:  Iíll go to Steve from Oregon on the phone if heís there.  Is Steve still there?


Steve:  Yes, Iím here Alan.  Thanks for taking my call.  I want to be brief because you know, smart as I think I am, you portray everything, you speak right straight from my heart and I appreciate you so much.  And I want to ask a question Ė I almost feel like youíre my best friend and weíve never even spoke before.  But I wanted to ask a question.  What do you think of Jesus Christ and the trinity and all that stuff because I kind of believe in that.  But everything else you say, you speak right to my heart and I just wanted to see what you thought about that, because I really trust you.


Alan:  Well, we donít have much, really, on it except that someone did exist at that time that caused an awful lot of fuss for the authorities.  You get evidence of that; the biggest evidence, actually, is in the Talmud and Iím sure a lot of people are kicking at themselves for that being allowed to, to verify that someone of that name did exist.  Thereís no doubt someone came along at one time, and unfortunately the religion that he created, that really was to be an individual, and that you didnít need priests by the way.  Up till then everyone, every culture regardless of the pagan cultures or whatever culture, you had to go through priests who were special people, you know.  Because everything gets a hierarchy of special people, and then the masses at the bottom who are not special at all.  And he came along and told you basically that you didnít need to talk to God through a priest or get a priest to do anything special for you.  You could talk to God yourself.  He also mentioned, you see, something that had never been said before and that was that YOU MATTERED to God.  Of course that had never, ever been said.  Everything was communal, religions were communal things, for peoples things, but not individual things.  So he broke a big taboo and said that God actually could communicate to you or vice versa, on a personal level.  That gave for the first time single individuals a feeling that they mattered, they actually mattered.  In those days, remember, if you were a nobody, in those days, you could be killed by any overlord Ė whatever it was, feudal system, whatever it could be Ė without any repercussions.  You were nothing, you see, and suddenly you were something.  And it affected all the laws, even in early Christianity, although it was definitely hijacked by a church that really was an empire, a governmental empire that hijacked it and turned it back into something for the masses with priests again and all the rest of it.  But they still kept the part that individuals had special rights.  Nothing else had come along to say that you had rights, because God created you, you know.  So that was still a thorn in the sides for an awful long time of rulers, that they had to give at least some show of, before theyíd kill someone or execute someone, that this person had a special right as a divine being basically.  Before that you were just simply another type of animal underneath these people.  As I say, I really do think that it was meant for individuals.  I donít think it was ever meant for a mass movement.  I think all major religions actually, except one, were really made for individual progression to a deity or to a spiritual thing.  Something called spiritual, something that comes in little bursts throughout your life but doesnít last very long, itís just like little glimpses.  I think it was a spiritual thing for individuals to try and attain and that you had to do it, really, by yourself.  Unfortunately religion has always been used by leaders; the dominant minority will always use religion and turn it round for their own purposes and get you back on your knees basically worshiping or obeying the system rather than their deity. 


Steve:  You are an amazing blessed individual.  I support you very much and thank you for taking my call.


Alan:  Thanks for calling.


Steve:  Thank you, Alan.† Bye-bye.  Have a good night.


Alan:  Thereís Daniel in the UK, if heís there.  Is Daniel there?


Daniel:  Yeah, hello.  Just one question please, Alan.  An article today on the internet says, the highest-ranking chief of police here said an attack is likely in the UK after the killing of Bin Laden and all this.  Do you think they really will start blowing people up again?


Alan:  If they need to.  If they need to, the end justifies the means. Theyíll blow up towers to get what they want, the New American Century, you know, the Century of Change.  Theyíll kill enough of their own if they have to do it; thereís no doubt about that.  And governments have got an incredible history of doing this down through the ages, by the way.  So if it needs something like that they will do it.  Whatís never expressed is, or even asked is the question, well why are they over in all these countries anyway?  what are they doing over in all these countries?  ...grabbing the oil and the resources, and ruling as an empire over countries which were independent sovereign nations.  Thatís never brought up.  And of course there will be some backlash from people from those countries because no one likes to be occupied; thatís traditional in all histories. 


Daniel:  Just when thereís some doubt, if there is any doubt in the UK and it starts to gain some momentum and they set off another bomb just to remind people that the terrorist threatís real and that sort of thing, eh.


Alan:  Well, thatís part of it, definitely, because governments must convince you; itís like the psy-ops operations.  You never tell the public the truth, obviously.  You never tell them the truth, EVER.  And you never tell them your real reasons in warfare for going into countries, and the corporations behind it, the Military-Industrial Complex, who have all got contracts to expand, or lose, if we donít go to war, because they are raking in the cash right now.  During the Cold War pretty well every member of the House of Lords in Britain, which is like the US Senate, would get the first dibs in upcoming wars and so on, or the missile projects.† Every month it was a new missile coming out and as soon as they got it out and sold by government to the military theyíd come out and say a month later, oh itís obsolete now, the Russians have got a faster one.   This went on for many years and every Lord had shares in these corporations, you see.  They didnít even really need lobbyists because they were all doing their own lobbying, these guys.  So itís an extension of it.  Now, a year or two year ago I read an article from the US military and itís actually called Perpetual War.  Weíre now in a state of perpetual war.  Itís meant to go across the whole world and bring in this kind of American/British type system across the entire planet, including all the degradation, by the way.  That was actually in the article:  weíll teach them to be degraded, as we are, and theyíll relish the degradation and the sexual promiscuity and all the rest of it.  In other words, they are going to force the whole culture, to destroy their cultures they will force this culture upon them; youíre seeing all this go ahead.  Now, they must always come up every so often, when the public are getting screwed through taxes and poverty and austerity and all the rest of it, they must, once in a while, create some hullaballoo to get you back on board again:  Oh, protect us, protect us.  Because otherwise the public start to Ė not that they understand anything Ė they start to lose confidence and wonder why weíre spending so much money on wars. But as soon as you get something happening, or even the threat of something happening, oh please protect us, government.  Thatís how itís been traditionally run for an awful long time.


Daniel:  So this probably is on the cards then, yeah. 


Alan:  I wouldnít be surprised.  I mean itís so easy to do now.  I can remember when the special air service, they used to hire, or recruit guys from countries outside the British Empire.  They would use these teams, just like the CIA uses them Ė they use them as well Ė from all different countries. Theyíd bring them in, make them feel part of the force, and then send them out to do operations abroad, of what would be called in the recipient countries as terrorism, which of course it was.  And they would be disassociated from Britain, for instance, and therefore if they were ever caught Britain would deny any knowledge of it.  Well, the CIA does it too and so on, as theyíve been doing it all along.  Theyíve even hired people within Pakistan to invade American troops over the border in Afghanistan; that was in the papers a few months back in fact.  So they can keep this incredible complex game going and get everyone fighting each other, just to keep the war perpetuated while they really go ahead with their main plans.  I just read the other day that Canada, for instance, has a big stake in the pipeline thatís to go through Pakistan and Afghanistan.  A massive pipeline is going through it.  Itís worth $750 billion apparently, and Canadaís got a big stake in that and they said that their troops will also protect that pipeline.  And the US has got a massive stake.  So in other words, itís to do with plunder and to keep the ruling establishment more and more wealthy, to make sure their power goes on forever.  But there will be a backlash against all of this obviously.  You know, people will be killed either by people who are really pissed off, real terrorists, or people that are made to do it through some side unit like an attachment to the special air service or whatever.  One way or another theyíll get the public.  Youíve got to understand too, with the internet today and the phones and so on, theyíve got the instant pulse of the public, on every topic.  They know when theyíre getting ticked off about something and they know when to pull the strings and make something happen and get the public terrified again, and that keeps them quiet for another few months.  So thatís how easy itís run.  Itís a big psychological operation.  Itís not difficult to do, and the public will always respond in the same manner, of course.


Daniel:  Yep.  So until it comes into that self-policing and stuff, yeah.  I understand.  Thanks for answering my question.


Alan:  Thanks for calling.  Now thereís Michael in Indiana, if Michaelís there.  Is Michael there?


Michael:  Alan, hello.  I know that the whole Bin Laden thing is kind of a ruse to keep peopleís mind in the wrong place. But I noticed that they had done the raid on, with the 30th or whatever, so I figure May Day is an occultic holiday, is it not?


Alan:  Well you understand the May Pole, the May Pole was a big celebration. The May Pole was the phallic symbol for renewal and regeneration, and it was colored of course in the old Egyptian colors, red, white and blue, like the British flag and American flag and the French flag for revolution.  It also was a symbol of the systemís renewal... the SYSTEMís renewal, not just nature.  So it was a phallic symbol that everyone danced round.  It also has a double meaning, that everyone basically under that system, that phallic symbol, gets the shaft.  [Alan laughing.]  So weíre getting shafted for another year basically by the same people.


Michael:  Okay.  Yeah, I noticed that, Iíve been trying to, I read your trilogy and Iíve been trying to read all the books that you recommend.  I have gotten to the point where, you know, when I see something on the news itís like immediately, yeah I mean, it stands out to me now.  But anyway, so that kind of stuff Iím trying to keep ahead on.  I noticed when they did that, Iím like, well it may not even have happened.  I mean, they may just be doing that to get peopleís mind on to like, hey, oh yeah, well weíre over there, and so all the money is well spent.  But then again itís like that was the reason that we went over there in the first place.  So itís like, well the mission is over, right, so, but not really.


Alan:  No.  Itís not. In fact the CFR today have got an article out, again, about perpetual war until theyíve finished all that they went to do.  So itís going to go on forever.  Iíve got an article here from the CFR and the CFR, remember, thatís where you rub shoulders with the true ruling establishment, who own America Ė they OWN America and they have for an awful long time.  And they have all these writers working from Yale, etc for them to perpetuate this.  Hold on and Iíll come back after this break.


Hi folks, weíre back Cutting Through The Matrix and just mentioning there to Mike from Indiana that thereís an article out by the President of the Council on Foreign Relations and itís Richard N. Haass, Mr Haass himself.  He says...


Beyond bin Laden

Author:  Richard N. Haass, President, Council on Foreign Relations / / May 3, 2011


The killing of Osama bin Laden by United States special forces constitutes a significant victory over global terrorism. But it is a milestone, not a turning point, in what remains an ongoing struggle with no foreseeable end


Iíll put this link up too at at the end of the night and you can look it up for yourself and read right through the whole thing.  Itís an ongoing thing forever until...  The CFR, remember, is set up with the Royal Institute of International Affairs as a brother organization for America.  The whole idea was set up to bring a ONE empire system across the world based on the Anglo-American Establishment, who run the whole show basically.  And by that I donít mean the British people or the American people.  Iím talking about the establishment, the dominant minority who have always been in control.  This has always been their dream, is to take over the entire world and standardize it under one system which they then rule over.  Really, thatís what it is.  Are you still there Michael?


Michael:  Yeah.  I heard the other night that you had mentioned that movie, The American Ruling Class.  I noticed I had that on Netflix; Iím going to watch that.  Anyway, Iíll let you go and let other callers call in. But yeah, a buddy of mine had recommended those 12-hour religion CDs; Iím going to buy those, and the Waiting for the Miracle companion book, with it, because you got good information.  But I just wanted to call in.  So you know, keep up what youíre doing and Iíll talk to you later.


Alan:  Okey-doke. 


Itís interesting too as I say, that the May Pole was also the big celebration for fertility.  They also had Ďthe green maní; itís all Masonic as well, still used today, the green man, the man of nature.  They also used to have a cock robin, a man who dressed up in a robinís outfit with the red breast, and he oversaw the selection of male and female youngsters, and theyíd go off into the bushes and theyíd have sexual relations.  And the children who were the offspring of those temporary couplings were called Robinson; thatís where the name comes from, Robinson.  Itís an incredible history we have thatís hidden from most of the general public, but this was traditional for an awful long time, even through Christianity in a lot of areas.  The high religions that always used the pagan religions still go by this kind of format with special days, the symbology of them, regeneration, of course, of themselves.  And the green man, the man of nature, for which they do not apologize; meaning itís natural for an elite, a superior elite to rule over the lesser. Thatís what they mean by the man of nature; themselves.  And Albert Pike of course mentioned that himself; nature, we do not make excuses for nature.  Meaning, we are the natural dominant elite. 


Alan:  Now thereís Bob from Texas on the phone too.  Are you there Bob?


Bob:  Yes.  Thank you Alan.  Thank you for taking my call and Iíll try to be as quick as I can here.  You know, Christ was crucified for individualism.† And you know, thatís the way I see that.  I mean, I feel like, you know, the other caller was talking about that.  You know, he talked about that and thatís why they crucified him.


Alan:  Anybody who doesnít please the masses will be crucified by the same followers who are the mass.


Bob:  He was against the religious establishment and the government.


Alan:  Thatís right.† And thatís a message all down through the ages, the same will happen to you.  [Alan chuckles.] I mean, it truly is.  Thanks for calling.


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:


I in 7 in US on Food Stamps

ISIS Mobile Payment Company joins with Visa & MasterCard

Verizon to put Warning Sticker on Phones to Let Customers they are Being Tracked

Chinese Factories and Suicide

Your TomTom GPS Vehicle System Helps Police to Bust You

Army has been Embedding PsyOps Officers in TV Studios for Years

Lest We Forget--What "Humanitarian Intervention" Looks Like

Herbal Medicines Banned--Europe

CFR Report--Beyond Ben Laden---Perpetual War


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