The Teacher

by Not Sure

23 October 2022



                “Today, people are so overwhelmed with the amount of information and disinformation and just sheer data. They don't know what to make of it all. They often end up in a bigger confusion than the one they started with, chasing rainbows, false leads and trying to make sense.  The human mind, each individual has a logic which depends upon incoming data in order to try and figure out its immediate environment and the bigger environment beyond. Every creature that lives tries to change, and it must change its immediate environment in order to survive, from insects all the way up, and even from the amoebas, in fact, all the way up. That's a natural thing.  We tend for survival's sake, instinctively, to need to know our immediate environment. This has always been understood by those who gather sciences and the data concerning the public, the "general masses" as they call them.

                When you can understand this concept, you can also interfere with it if you have power. You can encourage each individual at the bottom level to be completely concerned with their immediate environment. --Their little area. --Their home, their area, the people around them, their town. Everything they need immediately for day-to-day survival, you encourage that, and you can cut them off from bigger realities beyond, by either giving them false data concerning the big picture of the world in general or even their country. You simply withhold data and encourage the trivia.”

-          Alan Watt


                The meat of Alan Watt’s talk from 18 July 2007, “Nothing New Under the Sun is Alan reading from an article written in 1929 predicting what the world would look like in 2029.  You’ll have to listen to the audio to find out who wrote the article.  We’ve already arrived at the time where most of the predictions have come to pass: Babies will be produced by chemists in laboratories.  America’s first in vitro baby, Elizabeth Carr, celebrated her 40th birthday last December.  Now a journalist, Carr often writes and speaks about the need to make IVF technology affordable for everyone.

                It was recently announced that Israeli scientists have developed preimplantation genetic testing for polygenic diseases (PGT-P) which is carried out on an embryo during in vitro fertilization (IVF),

prior to its transfer from the Petri dish to the womb. Viable embryos with the lowest disease risk can be selected for implantation.

                The entire institution of marriage will be changed.  Need I document those changes?

                Agriculture will be abolished—except as a hobby—and all foodstuffs will be produced synthetically.  Earlier this year an industry analysis said Northern Ireland will need to lose (does that mean slaughter or just drive them over a cliff?) more than 1 million sheep and cattle to meet its new legally binding climate emissions targets.

                Newsweek magazine said in an article last month “Lab-grown meat is considered to be the future of meat production in the face of climate change.”  The U.S.A., Holland, Singapore and Israel are among countries leading with technologies behind cultivated meat.

                Bill Gates wants us all eating synthetic meat.  This isn’t your mother’s veggie burger.  Synthetic biology allows scientists to “program” living things; to reconfigure the DNA of an organism to create something entirely new.  They’re not already reconfiguring our DNA are they and patenting the “new” creation?  Nah!  That’s crazy conspiracy talk!

                Bill Gates has been busy buying up farmland in the U.S. and at a glance that might be a cause for concern, but according to a press release about the 2020 Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation creation of a non-profit Agricultural Research Institute, they just need land to try innovative things that will help third world farmers, many of whom are women.

                AGRA, the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa, a multimillion-dollar agriculture project funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, made many promises about what it would accomplish, such as that it would “double the yields and incomes of 30 million households in 11 countries by the end of 2021.”  In reality, critics claim that “little to no progress has been achieved; in fact, the exact opposite is true; food insecurity has only worsened in almost all countries where AGRA operates despite millions of dollars in funding from the Bill Gates Foundation and other donors.  'Studies show that since AGRA's founding, food insecurity increased by 31% in the countries in which AGRA operates.'  [Other large donors include] the Rockefeller Foundation and USAID.”

                Coal-mining will be an extinct industry.  This goal might be lagging behind the 2029 schedule, but at the last COP (UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties) meeting in 2021 many major economies vowed to phase out coal by the 2030s and developing countries have promised to be right behind, eliminating coal power by the 2040s.

                There were some things prophesied in this 1929 article that we will never see such as cheap and plentiful sources of energy.  Possible?  Certainly.  But not in the plans for us.  Because the eugenics component of this ancient agenda has been achieved for this phase. Those of us with junk genes have served our purpose.  Those who’ve allowed their DNA to be modified have sadly failed the IQ test.  The new worker bees will service the hive with a little help from robotics.

                According to the article which is now ninety-three years old, “Should ectogenesis ever become an established part of human society, its effects will be shattering.  Primarily it will separate reproduction from marriage, and the latter institution will become wholly changed.  Further, the character of the future inhabitants of any state could be determined by the government which happened temporarily to enjoy power.”  Alan paused at that section and commented about Brave New World.  Then he read it again for the “hard of thinking” because what the author is saying is that different types of people will be created to serve the state.  We are there.  The Deltas and the Epsilons are not necessarily the workers of the future, because not every change needs to occur in a test tube.  Some simply morphed into their new roles by watching too much television and eating fast food, fattened and entertained into Golems.


                Throughout the week, my mind returned again and again to the very start of this talk when Alan said that every creature tries to change its immediate environment in order to survive.  I passed through the living room where my brother was channel surfing.  He commented that there were more than three dozen shows about renovating and restoring houses.  “Soon,” he said, “everyone will have their own show about their house.”  I replied, “From the look of it, that has already happened.”  But the point of his comment was really to lure me in front of the TV for a bit of shared family time!  Feeling generous, I parked myself in my Dad’s recliner and watched for a while as a couple in Utah refinished an old mercantile store and turned it into their family home.

                The wife was clearly the coverall-wearing brains of the operation, cheerful and optimistic, bright yellow fingernails matching her shirt in one scene, and later those same nails painted purple and sparkly to match a different shirt.  She chattered non-stop about how important her environment was; it affected her moods.  A house filled with light and fun visual spaces made her feel alive and creative.  Her “wall of plants” and “floating staircase” and “bird’s nest office” cost a pretty penny but her poor husband was in awe of her genius and didn’t seem to mind footing the bill as long as every once in a while, she’d glance his way and say “You’re the best, honey.  You always go along with my wild plans.”

                The State doesn’t always wear jackboots when it appeals to the woman’s need for safety and security.  The beauty of Scientific Socialism is that it’s pleasant (for a long while) and it keeps everyone busy and happy, feathering their nests, playing with fabric samples.  What starts as a basic human need to change our environment in order to survive – to be warm and dry and grow a few basic food items – turns into a strange pastime where we turn dwellings into cocoons.  Our local areas are no longer our little towns, with our familiar neighbors and churches and pubs.  Just “fun” spaces that look good on Zoom calls.




                Ecclesiastes is a book in the Christian Old Testament.  The title comes from a Greek word based on ekklesia, an assembly.  “One who speaks before an assembly” has come to be shortened to Teacher or Preacher.  According to rabbinical tradition, the book was written by King Solomon.  Christian tradition holds that another Solomon was the author.  The themes of Ecclesiastes are also debated by religious scholars, some maintaining that it is a book of positive affirmations and others saying that it is dark and pessimistic.  In any event, it has influenced many Western writers from Robert Burns to Ray Bradbury to William Shakespeare. 

                Alan Watt often quoted from Ecclesiastes, in little references he made, sometimes in his poetry, and occasionally just going about his day to illustrate a point.

                In Ecclesiastes, The Preacher has devoted himself to acquiring every form of knowledge and wisdom, and to pursuing the good things of the world, only to find again and again that everything is “vanity and a striving after wind.”  

                “Then I looked on all the works that my hands had wrought, and on the labour that I had laboured to do: and behold, all was vanity and vexation of spirit, and there was no profit under the sun.”

-          Eccl. 2:11


                To Alan Watt, no man was worthy of worship, nothing made by a man’s hands should be thought of as wonderous or amazing.  At the end of your long day of striving, it can all be taken away, by illness, by taxation, by theft or divorce court.  “Vanity of vanities, all is vanity” he would say.

                He liked the Pete Seeger song “Turn! Turn! Turn! (To Everything There is a Season)” from Ecclesiastes 3:1-8, particularly as sung by Judy Collins.  A time to be born, a time to die, a time to plant, a time to reap that which is planted.

                For the title of this blurb, it’s Ecclesiastes 1:9, “The thing that hath been, it is that which shall be; and that which is done is that which shall be done: and there is no new thing under the sun.”

                Indeed, when you know the agenda and see how carefully it has been planned and the generations which have lived and died as this plan unfolds, you incline towards the pessimistic reading of Ecclesiastes. 

                “The words of wise men are heard in quiet more than the cry of him that ruleth among fools.”

-          Eccl. 9:17




                There’s a recent article in Global Research that gets a few things right about the engineered food and poverty crisis, but the author blames it on a bid to secure continued U.S. dominance on the world stage.  This crisis is being engineered alright, but it’s about much more than where the U.S. is parked on the geopolitical chessboard.

                Samantha Power is the head of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and most recently was U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations.  She blames “the greatest global food crisis of our lifetimes” on climate change.  Samantha Power is also the wife of Cass Sunstein, author of Nudge and Barack Obama’s “regulatory czar.”

There is very real human fallout of this evil agenda:  A St. Catharines, Ontario man living on government assistance is considering medical assistance in dying rather than facing homelessness.  Canada’s MAiD laws were changed in March of 2022 to permit people with disabilities or dealing with pain to access the procedure, even if they are not close to death.  “Amir Farsoud who is on the Ontario Disability Support Program, said he would rather die on his own accord, than to be homeless and die on the streets, as prices of housing have well outpaced ODSP rates.”

                A professor interviewed for The Standard article (St. Catharines) said, “It’s like The Hunger Games because people are competing to try to stay alive and they’re being given an option to take themselves out.”  Disability advocates have described it as political assistance in dying or PAiD, an acronym which draws attention to the fact that this is about money.


                Please take the time to watch part one of The Real Anthony Fauci, based on Robert F. Kennedy’s book.  The link I’ve supplied allows you to watch the movie for free for the next few days.  It’s a good recap of just how corrupt Anthony Fauci is and how long Bill Gates has been pushing vaccines on the world and profiting from both the sale and the fallout.

                Thinking about Bill Gates and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation reminded me of the Reece Commission and Rene Wormser’s book, Foundations: Their Power and Influence.  Philanthropy is the weapon of choice.


The Preacher


            At the end of this blurb, Alan says goodnight as usual and then plays a little clip: “To help carry on our important work, I want you to join the secret squadron.”  Then Alan played a song by Larry Norman, “Keep Your Eyes on Palestine.”

                I always like to revisit the music that Alan chose for his early blurbs, to consider his choices and let the music bounce around in my head against the talk that he just gave.  This song pierced through all distractions and multi-tasking.  I ended up listening to it repeatedly.  Larry Norman is one of the pioneers of Christian rock music.  Early in his career he wrote songs for and played with the band People!, performing concerts with musicians and groups such as Van Morrison, the Animals, the Doors, the Who, Janis Joplin and Jimi Hendrix.  Shortly after he left that group in the late 1960s, he had what he described as a powerful spiritual experience that threw his whole life into a “frenzy.”  He spent his royalty money starting a halfway house, buying clothes and food for those he had recently converted to Christianity. 

                It’s an interesting window into that revolutionary time of the 1960s and early 1970s.  Sex, drugs and rock & roll and the counter to the counterculture was the “Jesus movement.”  While the stoners and hippies flashed a V for “Peace,” those in the Jesus movement, sometimes pejoratively called Jesus freaks, pointed their index finger up.  One finger up for Jesus. 

                I included a link to a concert that Norman did in 2005, two years before he died in 2007 at the age of sixty.  He was an entertaining performer, and he wrote good lyrics.  Those who were close to him said that he was a voracious consumer of popular culture.  He collected comic books and watched stacks of movies.  His music reflected his wide interests in the social problems of his day.  He preached a little between songs, but he wasn’t particularly “preachy.”

                The last line of “Keep Your Eyes on Palestine” is “You’re the solution.”  The best Teachers and the best Preachers keep it simple, don’t they?


© Not Sure


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Larry Norman