Nov. 9, 2014 (#1470)

"Cutting Through the Matrix" with Alan Watt

(Blurb, i.e. Educational Talk)


"Correction of Perception by Deception"

© Alan Watt Nov. 9, 2014


Title & Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - Nov. 9, 2014 (Exempting Music and Literary Quotes)


Hi folks, Iím Alan Watt and this is Cutting Through The Matrix on November 9, 2014. I hope youíre all ready for this incredible winter youíre going to have, if you thought last winter was bad enough, in a good part of Canada and the States, and elsewhere for that manner.  Because we really are under tremendous weather control basically. Itís weather control. Stuff that started off as weather warfare a long, long time ago is now weather control across a good part of the planet. Most folks donít know because they donít look out from their little gadgets they are playing with all the time, and itís so much fun apparently.


But itís just astonishing how rapidly each agenda, which is set out and talked about and published in many, many articles over many, many years, sometimes 100 years, come to fruition and you can see them happening in your lifetime. The things that people are conditioned often to accept are coming along, through their movies and all their eco-movements and all the different things that you hear about all the time, and their brainwashing at school, too, where they really push all the new stuff for that generation thatís going to face it all so that they will accept it much more easily, it always comes true.  Because you see, and Iíll touch on this tonight too, itís Smart cities, things like that. But youíre underÖ Everything is smart now.  Smart cars, smart bombs, you name it, everything is smartÖ except the general population apparently. And they do surveys on the population constantly to see that your IQ is constantly plummeting. So they are on route with their agenda, up-to-date with where they want to be at this particular time, as we all seem to turn into zombies.


Itís quite fascinating to me to read some of the big playersí own books about it, like Brzezinski and so on, when they go through, say, technotronic technology and warfare used on the general populations by their own governments, which would pacify them or make them angry or depressed or whatever it happens to be, just by altering the frequencies. Old technology, again, but itís everywhere now with cell towers across the whole planet. So we are under smartÖ smart management, you see. Everything is smart management. Smart schools, smart management, smart buses to get them to school and back, and smart cars, etc. Which means that what used to be left to you, all the decision-making in the cars and so on, are really up to the guys who put the programs in and are constantly monitoring it.


The other night on a late-night radio show there was a guy who gets phenomenal money for some TV show he has on cars, itís been going on for an awful long time. The same kind of guys that give you the write-ups on automobiles andÖ Itís just like the old gourmet things, guys who were gourmets and would give chefs and restaurants great write-ups, or bad ones, depending on how he felt, or who was paying him to give them a bad one, and also giving him good pay, under the table, to give them a good one. Itís the same with cars and everything else too.  This guy was, oh, lauding all the wonderful technology of new cars and all the rest of it. It was quite fascinating to listen to his guff.  A good term that, a good name, guff, you see; we donít use it enough today. The guff was just flowing out of this guy with all their smart chips and cards and smart everything, and how they can even program your car remotely from all the cell towers and so on, and update the computer in it. Of course you wonít know itís being done, or even what they have done to it, never mind hacking the darn thing when youíre driving it and maybe giving you a Lady Di maneuver in a tunnel somewhere. But the thing is, this is old technology but they are going full-steam ahead now that the chips are so cheap, getting all made in China you see.


But everything is smart, and itís all to take control away from you in every area of your life. Quite fascinating and quite funny in some ways, because life is rather funny, especially the way we accept everything that comes our way. Iíve even noticed the people at the gas pumps when they are going in, they donít complain as much as they used to do. You used to hear them bitching all the time with a few cents going up on a liter or a gallon. But now itís just all quiet and they accept things. Theyíve been trained to accept everything. Isnít that amazing, that, eh?  But we are constantly being worked on by the smart guys that give you smart everything, and they know, since they are smart, how you should live and work and behave and all the rest of it.  Because weíre pretty dumb apparently, you see.


It was quite interesting to go into the old histories of the class society, as opposed to the supposedly classless one, which has never existed. But the class society is alive and well. One of the worst classes, really, is the middle classed ones who work in technology for their masters, the really stinking rich ones, you know, the one percent. And how snobbish they have become with all their organizations, as they flatter each other and pat each other on the back for being so clever in managing the whole herds of people. Of course the more they use terminology like that, and they do use that kind of terminology, the more they despise the herd that they are supposed to be managing.  That truly is a human trait, and it will always be with us unfortunately I think. And you can make anybody like that, into a real snob. You can.


Iíve told this story about the postman in the last place I lived, how they gave him a hat. He never had a hat before that but they give him a hat.  And by God this guy turned into a little majordomo and started going aroundÖ  I saw him measuring the height of the postbox off the ground, place after place, and leaving notes there about fines and fees if you didnít comply. Even though you are on a dirt road and the height kept altering according to the gravel they put on it, it would lower it you see and then it would get worn down and then the post would be higher again. And I had words with this guy a few times. Then they gave him a little sign for his car, postman, and he got even worse.  He got even worse. So I said, youíd better give a special postbox here, one we can crank up and down to suit you, you know. Then he started, oh it wasnít far enough from the side of the road, etc. etc. Well, the road itself is widening and narrowing according to all the gravel they put down and it would get flattened down again. But thatís how people are.


I know a woman who had cows, milking cows, and she had a lead cow that she put the bell on.  For years the rest of them would follow, you see, no problem at all. Eventually she changed the bell and put it on a different one, and this passive cow suddenly became aggressive to the rest of them and rather nasty. These traits seem to be through all the living species.  Itís just astonishing, isnít it? It really is astonishing.


But yeah, you give, really, nobodies, and thereís lots of nobodies today that are made somebodies by the movements that are being designed by the elite to take more control into their own hands and away from all of you, and they use these middlemen to take over and manage us all, you see, in a more smart fashion. This is just absolutely fascinating to see how it all works, and how snobbish they become. Itís like the old stories about the employees of the very wealthy houses, the staff, in the 1800s and in the early 1900s, and how the staff themselves would become more snobbish than the folk that they work for. And thatís true, you know, a lot of them did. Because they despise the folk outside, mainly because they were afraid of them. Otherwise, if they werenít working in that big house and cleaning the floors, and taking away the chamber pots, they might be working in some rotten dirty factory somewhere, and they would have to be one of them. Quite amazing, isnít it. Sad thing.


And itís true, you see, humanity really is not logical. There are many traits put onto humanity that others have studied for an awful long time, centuries and centuries and centuries, and thatís why Bernays was so successful. Because he came from a long, long lineage of people who studied purchasers, people who bought things, from people like themselves, their ancestors.  And they could find all the traits out, and the snobbish traits, and what appeals to snobbery too, to be different. People forget, in fact, that even in the 1800s, even in other countries in earlier periods, certain things could not be worn by the peasantry. When silk came out it was forbidden in England for ordinary folk to wear any kind of silk. Itís kind of a joke too because they couldnít afford it. But if they could afford it, it would have been a really big offense to wear it. You would be pretentious, you see. And the elite have to have all that kind of thing. Also when you go into the histories of France, especially, one of the most decadent countries at times in history, where the big ladies in the 1700 and 1800s had huge parties and balls and all that and they would order their fineryÖ their finery that they are dressing in, jewelry and so on getting specially made, just for that one party, and they wouldnít wear it again. Isnít that something? There was one of them that wore a bird cage in her hair; they made them so darned high, it was like three stories high, just to be different than all the rest.  Vanity and pomposity. Quite something isnít?  Scary, that.


Now, the wise people of course down through the ages studied us, all of us, and they knew how they could manipulate us, because weíre not quite logical, you see.  This thing called humanity, we are human, human. Human is not aÖ If youíre human youíre not a robot, youíre not Mr. Spock in Star Trek. You have other things, other drives, all these things working subconsciously, and you have emotions, you have a lot of emotions all working, sometimes against each other at times and youíre not quite logical because of it. You have fancies for things, you fancy things now and then, which again, is an emotional thing as opposed to a necessity, something which is necessary. So this has been well studied, how we really, really tick. And thatís how we are so well managed too. 


Especially today, now that you live in such big, big cities, the super cities. Because Plato talked about it, that really, this new order would come in these cities, the construction of cities, artificial constructions where an artificial society would be set up. Because people inside cities exist to create some other abstract thing called money, as opposed to just growing what you need and eating it and so on or hunting.  They use coinage for money, some kind of currency, and everything that you need in the city must be brought in to you in the city. Therefore the cities would be the dynamos in a sense to bring in and dominate the world. And now we have super cities and again, down to Smart Cities. Commerce, commerce, commerce rules, you see.


Once again, in the city, because you are in an artificial construction, youíve been brought up with a lot of traits that you donít really actually have, and a lot of little fears you donít know you actually have. Because as you are growing up you will start to realize, before you earn money, that money is a real necessity in the city and that creates a fear if you donít have it. Therefore, you either compensate for it and go through university and go into economics and things like that and make lots of cash or you become a chartered accountant.  Because folk who make money make money off of folk making money, as opposed to actually making something useful. Thatís how the world really is. The cabinetmaker and so on at the bottom, they donít make the cash. Itís all the middlemen above them that makes the cash and the guys that live off of them. Thereís a whole business industry living off of you.  And then you add modern government in to it and now youíve got a huge monster living off of you, all for good purposes supposedly with all of the different agencies and so on, so we are told, and they live better than you do.  And you are at the bottom actually making things that are useful and necessary. You see. Itís a fantastic system and very few folks stop to analyze it and think about it.


Because they are, as Plato said, they must have lots of entertainment in the city.  They are kept entertained. Since really, you canít just go for a walk in the country, in the city, unless youíre way on the outskirts.  In some cities itís just all flat or motorways around it so you canít just head off and get lost for the day and come back later on, with a walk that is. And therefore everything must be entertained within the city, artificial entertainment. In the old days folk often entertained themselves, not so long ago by the way. Children did the same thing. They lived in little towns and villages and theyíd be off for the whole day somewhere else exploring streams and brooks and climbing trees and all that kind of thing, and they were never bored. Never bored. Plus they were healthy, because they get a lot of exercise. Obesity was unknown.


But today everything is artificial, and the more artificial it becomes the more artificial the people become. Because then they think itís normal to have all these extra gadgets and so on to keep you entertained. And the gadgets themselves arenít just entertaining you, they are conditioning you for the next part of the agenda, for the eco-friendly stuff and all that stuff that all the big corporations are in on, even though the big corporations are the biggest polluters, because itís got nothing to do with reality. Itís agenda driven. Everything is agenda driven. Absolutely everything.


You all know of Agenda 21, the agenda for the 21st century put out by the United Nations, and the Millennium Project, which are different names for the same thing. As soon as the public, and the dissenters as they call folk who are aware of it, you are now a dissenter, you see, because you chat about it, then they change the names all the time. They even had that on their website too, from the United Nations, to use this or that one, or one of the half dozen terms that they are using for it.  Sustainability is another term for the same thing.  Smart growth is another term. Things like that. The whole idea is to get you living into communes, communitarian areas, you see, where you can get managed. Because youíre not going to be driving in about, oh, maybe even in 20 yearsí time, maybe less than 20 years in fact, it will have been drastically reduced by 2021. So you will be stuck in your little communitarian area and you will be living in austerity, which means basic essentials. But they will still make sure you get lots of apps and cheap gadgets and things to keep you entertained, and get your direct orders from the agencies that are all running you. Itís all planned and itís getting implemented in different countries in the world right now in fact.  Theyíve tested it out on islands across the world, different parts of it, as well, to iron out the flaws so it will work seamlessly when they put it in.


So we are constantly being managed because we are in the age ofÖ This is the century of change, the 21st century, according to academia, and all the old ideas that all the control freaks have drooled over have to come to fruition in this century. Vast population reduction for a post-consumerist and post-productive society. And also into austerity and the greening thing which means that youíll be living, eating vegetables, like the old days, the old feudal system.  Meat will be a very rare thing for you, while the elite themselves will still be having their 20 course big dinner parties and so on and eating the best steaks and so on, etc. etc. But not for you. Not for you, you see, your genes donít warrant it, apparently, because you are not successful. Even though you may think youíre successful and getting along, and you might think youíre actually middle-classÖ


Middle-class is quite something else, you know.  A lot of folk in the US surprisingly think they are middle class. Whereas in the UK they wouldnít be considered middle-class in the UK system. The middle class in the UK used to mean, literally, you always wear a suit and tie, always, and you own your own property, completely, things like that. You see. So even whatís given to the general population to be in the middle class is not really true. And the upper middle class in Britain were called Ďsomebodiesí.  Itís a term used at Royal parties when people would come to the door and get announced and the King or the Queen, right into the 20th century, would ask, whoís that? Oh thatís Mr. and Mrs. So-and-so. And the king would say, is he a somebody? Because you had to be a somebody to be accepted into the lower strata of that particular class, the lower strata. And nothing really has changed.


Today you have to be ruthless, psychopathic and awfully successful as a psychopath to get up there, awfully successful. When you look at who rules the world and does the work, because those at the top donít believe in work. They really donít believe in work. Anyone who works is not part of themselves.  The top, say, 1%, for instance, have managers, managers to manage the wealthy peopleís finances and investments for them. They are more powerful, technically, than many of the more naÔve groups that get up into that category and actually own the money. They are more powerful because they have their organizations and they can meet together and design systems of investment, for all these different rich, rich people, and put them into their green investments, of controlling communitarian aspects of society thatís coming in. Thatís how itís done. The CEOs that manage all the big, big groups of insurance, for pensions and so on, investments and things like that, they are more powerful because they, again, have their groups and their circles and their clubs and organizations.  And now they have a massive amount of money, although technically it belongs to other people, and they decide where itís all going to go, and how itís going to go, and what conditions are put on it when it goes to do something. Thatís how the world is really run.


So it makes a mockery of this farce, thatís always pushed in your face, called democracy. But democracy was always a farce. The idea is utopian but the reality is always a farce, you see, because you canít get a utopia with human nature being human nature, which isnít always logical. Thereís more to us than pure logic. There is emotion, lots of emotions. Lots and lots of emotions.  And your emotions will often change according to your age group and the milestones that you go through traveling through life and the wisdom acquired and so on. Your opinions too will on different things. Even the things you condemned, often when you are young, and your parents, youíll end up doing the same thing yourself, and you will understand why it happened to your parents, things like that.  Whereas before you would be fighting and fighting them, because you are different, you see, youíre special, youíre different, and you belong to a new generation, as your teachers keep telling you. Then you are getting used again for other agendas and you donít even know it. You donít know it.


A good documentary to watch, by the way, is that One PercentThe One Percent itís called.  I think it was made by the son of the Johnson & Johnson family, and he interviews his parents too and youíll see what Iím talking about. Where really, their parents really donít know so much, those particular groups, they donít know so much, of even how the money is run. But the big managers that belong to other big groups, and other big families for investment, they know where itís going and why itís going, and theyíll belong to organizations that they wonít tell you on the documentary.  They are more powerful in a sense.


I was thinking of Bernays. Bernays said that, and in the early days of marketing and mass advertising and so on he said, rather than just publish and publish and publish lots and lots of leaflets for advertising and so on. He says, send agents out, send them out into communities, but before you go do your homework, look at the phone books, see what churches are there, as an example, what organizations exist, all kinds of organizations, find out who is the head guy of every organization and go and see them, get them on board Ė and by the way, that also means paying them under the table if need be to get them on board Ė and the followers that that pastor, or whoever he happens to be, or community organizer, whoever he has following him will be the unwitting dupes and tools to be used to push your agenda. Thatís what he said. This is a guy who advised presidents galore and created the consumer society, technically he was one of them. It was a huge massive organization behind him, he was one of the front men. 


But, it was also to start shaping cultures, whole cultures of nations, not just the US. And also, how to get them into wars and use them for wars, whole nations to be used for wars, for private business.  And he actually did it in the US. He used the US to invade a place in South America, because one of his biggest clients was the United Fruit Company.  And the country had elected its own leader in a democratic election, the people demanded wages and so on, better wages rather than slave wages they were getting, for this private corporation that previously ran the whole country, by a US corporation. So Bernays created a whole movie, like the Pathe News, for cinemas and just bombarded them with this, communist now in government, communism and, oh, itís on your borders of the US.  And the US eventually sent troops down there, got the guy out Ė Nixon was there too apparently.  They even planted communist books on the presidentís tables, etc., to say, see, he was a communist. No, he wasnít. And things went back to normal at the United Fruit Company, the biggest client that Bernays had, they ran it as they always had done afterwards. But they used the US taxpayer to do it all, for private business. That has never stopped by the way. Never stopped.


Now, from that era of Bernays when he first started off, he was involved in everything including the setting up of the League of Nations for President Wilson.  Of course the group behind Bernays himself had bigger plans for the world and we are living through it today.  But Bernays, as I say, really paved the way, openly, more openly as to how itís done, and whole instruction courses into universities and so on were based on his marketing ideas, not just marketing but how to manipulate whole populations of people to buy your particular rotten product. In other words, itís perception management.  Thatís the key to everything. 


Whereas before it used to be people had to come out, and people who make small engines, say, like generators and things like that, things that were useful, they had to live on their reputation. They had to create something that actually worked, it was pretty good and lasted a long time, little maintenance or easy maintenance and things like that. Where Bernaysí idea was to cheapen the product and just tell people itís betterÖ. Oh, thousands sayÖ Thousands say itís great. Little statements like that will actually work. Isnít that amazing?  Whereas the old ads were very staid, you can depend on us, then they would tell you the details of why you should buy this small engine, buy this lawnmower, whatever it happened to be. They would tell you how it was built, how it was sturdy, the gauge of steel that was on it, it wouldnít just rust out in a few years, the kind of engine that was in it, things like that.


But then he did away with all that until you are sold the dreamÖ Hereís your car on the road, a road thatís the virtual road today and you are the only car on it, with all of these mountains and lakes to pass and all that, and thereís no cops behind you to watch the speed limitÖ And by God, itís all yours, with this fancy looking piece of tin with wonderful paint on it. Everythingís got a great paint job to make you buy it. It looks like a car but itís not really, anymore, itís junk, with built-in obsolescence, and built-inÖ Every part will just deteriorate so fast. They know exactly even how many ups and downs that front shock absorberís going to take before it packs in.  They knew that back in the 60s for goodness sake. Thatís how everything is designed.


But now that theyíre using the Bernays techniques, theyíve trained the public that junk is normal, because it looks new. And they have trained them just to throw out the old and buy a new, even though the new one will only last about two or three months and itís bust and you buy a new one again, if itís a vacuum or whatever it happens to be. It looks like a vacuumÖ itís nice and shiny plasticÖ brand-new.  Things like that. How easy it is to con the people. Now, when they can con you so easily, and they have you trained now into this format, they can con you with everything, and they do.


The news, itís got worse since Bernays pulled that United Fruit Corporation stunt, created his own news industry, just to blacken a country, using propaganda and lies, and get the country invaded by the US military, for his private company. Itís so far ahead now that everything is propaganda today.  There is not aÖ I donít think thereís an article out there that has any actual or any real factual basis. Most of the articles today are to program you into accepting something.  Most of the articles just fly out, youíll find that itís giving false paradigms, they call it, and false choices, where in reality you donít have to take any choice, theyíre giving you this or that. They are both false but both lead you up the garden path in the same direction.  Thatís how perfectly understood we are and how perfectly manipulated we truly are. They set the choices, not you. And the opting out choice is never really there.  So we are in the age of perfect management pretty well. And if you think itís perfect now wait until 10 yearsí time, if we are around by that time, and youíll see how perfectly well itís all managed.


Now, they brought in the carbon taxes in California, and pollution taxes, things like that. Other states are following suit, some in the US have already followed it. Canada is very quiet about it but they will simply do it in a very clever little way, not to cause any ripples, and the public will eventually catch on through word-of-mouth as they get hit at the gas pumps or wherever it happens to be, whatever way theyíre going to pay it, and youíll find out that way. Because Canadaís more of a colony, it still has that colony mentality where they donít have to tell the public very much at all. Itís rather strange, that. Australia is kind of much the same in a sense, although Australians in the last 10 years or so are far more observant of what their governments are up to. Thatís the kind of perfect management.  Thatís the key to everything.


Itís amazing to me with all that goes on, the important things that matter to you, personally, are completely brushed aside and forgotten, with the deluge of stories, real, half true and fake.  Because youíre constantly bombarded on a daily basis withÖwithÖ withÖ junkÖ called news.  What is news? You can make up any story and call it news.  Itís new, thatís where news comes from. Itís new.  Itís a new story. And thatís what they do.  Thatís what they do. Quite amazing. Even a US Supreme Court judge a few years ago on a case involving Monsanto said that, the news doesnít have to tell the truth, thereís nothing written anywhere, thereís no agreement made anywhere that news must be true. And now that youíre fed propaganda, with the bills in the States especially that they put through, the old techniques of using the Voice of America techniques on countries outside the US for propaganda purposes can now be used on all the American citizens too. They donít have to do that in Canada or Britain because theyíve been doing that forever. They donít have these different rules.  They can do what they want in a sense. And they do.  They do.  Especially when you have big companies, television companies and radio companies, which are owned technically by the government, and everybody on board is sworn to secrecy, at times, as to how they operate, and they are an arm of government.  Very, very effective for propaganda purposes. Quite something else.


This is the age of maximizing greed, another term for profit, today.  Itís taught in universities that greed is good, Milton Friedman, you see, and thereís no conscience whatsoever.  The whole idea in commerce is to sell things.  It doesnít matter what youíre selling or how well or poorly itís made, just get it sold and use perception management to sell it all.  Con the public, get the money and itís buyer beware time, itís their own fault if the schmucks bought it. Thatís how it is figured. Thatís normal, normal tuition today in these different fields. I mean, with cars today that are so chintzely put together, and forget the nice shiny paint and nice contours, etc. in the lovely ads youíve seen. They are put together with junk. Thin steel, nice thick shiny paint though.  It looks rather solid, itís all mainly paintwork, and the rest of it is plastic. And you can go around the new car and see everything thatís going to fall apart in no time at all.  And youíre going to pay something like itís a mortgage to buy that car these days. How theyíve altered the perceptions of the general population so fast, and their logic and their critical evaluation of things, so easily done, in such a short span of time, really. And if something is going to start falling apart after three or five years, and youíre still paying it off, as I say itís about a mortgage today, why donít you just say, this is junk, you know, is there anything out there thatís not junk? And I tell you, itís a hard thing to find things that arenít.  Unless youíre really into big, big money, and even then the bodies are going to rust apart and so on.


However, this guy I mentioned earlier who had this TV show on autos and so on, apparently is completely enthused by all the eco-stuff thatís coming through for the cars. Absolutely enthused. And actually isnít enthused, heís paid for being enthused by the big manufacturers themselves. And he says, oh yeah, weíre on the road to smaller engines, you see, to be eco-friendly, smaller engines but they will still be in rather midsize or even large-size vehicles because theyíre going to turbocharge them. You know, it will blow more air into the intakes and that will give the impression that itís zippy and all the rest of it. But let me tell you something, you see, I was brought up in Britain and Britain was always making small cars for the people.  And these small cars, generally little four-cylinder jobs, the engines would burn out at about 70,000 miles, sometimes before it. Because itís high rpm, everything is moving much faster to go at the same speed.  The laws of physics can go through them all and it simply wears them out much, much faster. Very simple, folks. You can soup-up a Honda 50cc to do 100 miles an hour, itís been done in the past, something the size of a mop head, but it will burn it out in no time at all. You just canít get past that. You either have the capacity or you donít.


The other thing that this guy was enthused about was, theyíre going to bring in aluminum bodies. Oh, aluminumÖ aluminum bodies. It will be slightly hardened aluminum, which will crack right along its length if it gets a little knock.  Never mind trying to paint aluminum, you have to get special acid primers and things to get anything to stick to it.  But salt, salt will destroy aluminum in no time at all. The winter roads will destroy it completely.  And youíre going to get all the different electrical things happening with it, with the dissimilar metals, as you bolt this to any kind of steel whatsoever, it will just burn holes around the bolts.  But this is an improvement.  Meaning, and the countries are all on board for the car manufacturers, because the car manufacturers, never mind the cheap bauxite where they make aluminum from across Africa and naturally dirt cheap for them, their prices wonít go down though even though their profits will go way up, making it a lot cheaper again.  But the thing is, that your car will fall apart faster, if you buy another one, you see, so itís good business for them.


Everything under eco is a racket, a complete racket. It really is. A complete racket. It used to astonish me when I first saw American cars, the old boat type cars, the big long things with wonderful suspensions on them. These things could run along the road too, never feel a bump, generally. Not like today. Of course gas at that time was cheap in the US for sure. But those things were really transcontinental cars, they could literally go coast-to-coast across thousands and thousands of miles. Because they were designed for that, big engines, the V8s, things like that, so they would last longer that way. You can do the same thing with a small car, sure you can do it if you put enough cash into it, and the manufacturers can churn out something that will go coast-to-coast, by the time it gets from coast-to-coast itís going to be burned-out in the engine department and other things as well. You canít get away from the higher revolutions per minute, you canít do it with a small engine to get the same speed and so on.


But these are the cons that are pulled on society all along. Thatís why the big corporations are on board with this eco-stuff because it means more money for them, bigger profits and selling you even worse junk that will have to be replaced even faster than the present junk they sell you. I can remember a guy in Britain a long time ago who was on television, who was so fed up with the nonsense problems with vehicles, especially rust, because in Britain the Ford company especially was notorious for it, and they have been charged many times for evenÖ They showed you hidden cameras, or cameras that guys that could put over the walls in the plants and the yards in plants, and you could see them being brought out, where the bodies had been welded together, and they would leave them outside in the rain, no primer, nothing on them, to get rust started in the vehicles. That was the normal procedure. And then another time they did it in the same plant, you saw one of the foremen and he had a chisel, and he was scraping it just below the windshield wiper blades on the metal there, and everybody had noticed thatís where this particular model always started rusting, things like that. 


But what do you see in the ads? Oh, a car you can trustÖ All that kind of stuff. This is, again, getting back to what I said before about human nature. This is human nature. Because weíre not just logical. And believe you me, the whole legal system, which is also a big con as well, run often by criminals themselves and monopolies. But the thing is, the traits are all throughout humanity, how to keep your job by showing initiativeÖ  [Alan chuckles.] Ölike scraping brand-new chassis to make sure they start rusting.  Thatís a guaranteed way to get a promotion in some of these companies. But human nature too, is cunning. Itís very cunning and very deceptive, very often.  And as the culture goes down this hole into complete greed factor, and it has been for a long time, the worse it becomes, these traits come to the fore. Thatís why big bank managers are given sometimes quite a few million dollars bonus at Christmas and things like that, where really, they are supposed to be a business that takes care of other folkís money.  That money at one time used to go back to the people who deposited their cash. Not anymore, as you well know. Because you live in the age of greed is good. Greed is goodÖ


So now you got plastic cars with aluminum chassis and frames, and good luck, folks, good luck. Youíd better getÖ Youíd better look for something thatís made of steel right now, itís not in bad shape, because probably by the year 2021 youíll be lucky to get a car at all that can actually drive and last for more than two or three years. Thatís how things really are.  But weíre living in a planned system. Every area of your life has been planned. As I say, communitarianism must get pushed through rapidly, and it is being pushed through by the way, with all their smart cities run by smart people who are all part of this smart education in their own smart categories at smart universities, all to manage you. Because you are the human herd, as they say. Thatís what they call us, the herd, managing the herd.


Now, Singapore is a test site for many things that are put across the world, eventually, because it is a small well-managed little society. This article is from CNET and it saysÖ


Singapore plans to be world's first 'Smart Nation' / Aloysius Low / June 17, 2014


The city-state unveils plans for sensors that can help manage traffic congestion, detect air pollutants, and even remind you to take your trash out.


SINGAPORE -- A new plan that aims to turn Singapore into the world's first "Smart Nation" was unveiled by the island state's Infocomm Development Authority (IDA) (Alan:  Itís called IDA, isnít that sweet.) at the opening of the CommunicAsia trade show here today.


Trials will begin soon in the Jurong Lake District, a new urban hub about 40 minutes from the city center. Above-ground boxes connected to fiber-optic lines will be deployed across the country at street lights or bus stops.


These new boxes can be hooked up to sensors that can detect air pollutants, heavy rainfall or traffic jams. One particularly Singaporean idea is for sensors that can report how full rubbish bins are, paired with cameras that can detect litter -- and remind litterbugs to pick up their trash.  (A:  I knew folk years ago that went there for a visit and literally, if a bit of paper falls out of your pocket when youíre pulling your wallet out or something, not that you need your wallet anymore, most of themÖ I think itís the first cashless nation, then itís like you just committed a murder or something. Itís a huge crime there. Itís like a police state. And you needed your ID card, long before 9/11 happened across the world, you needed your ID card there to get on buses and trains and everything else. Itís all cashless, you see.)


Given's the country's tiny land mass -- not much bigger than the city of San Francisco -- it sounds more like a smart city. But while the scenario sounds tailor-made for a happy civic society, privacy remains a concern, as does funding.


Well the thing is, you see, all the cell phone stuff, all the data is being funneled through into all the agencies there, and security agencies and so on, as they bring everything together with their fiber, Internet access systems and cell phone systems. Theyíve even made it cheaper there to get very high-speed Internet.  Theyíve got, I think itís one gigabits per second service, similar to the offer by Google fiber, and you can get it for 50 bucks a month, yeah, itís about 50 bucks US. So thatís how they do things. Thatís how they get folks to go intoÖ The sameÖ We all know this too, they make it a bit cheaper to start with and youíll say, God thatís really cheap. When they give it to you free, beware. But watch, watch, anything thatís free is a big con to get info from you. They call them mouse traps, they bait it saying itís free and everybody rushes in like crazy, or they give you it cheap.  And you are paying so that government agencies can monitor you. Quite amazing isnít it?


But thatís the Singapore one.  Then this article too, it saysÖ


Smart city sensors ready for roll out, Casey tells Web Summit / Nov 6, 2014 / Liam Casey


We have put sensors on 40 bikes in Dublin (A:  Ireland.) and right now they are feeding back to us data about pollution, traffic congestion, you name it, says PCH boss


Liam Casey, founder of $1 billion turnover PCH, has predicted that a smart city sensor project demonstrated at the Dublin Web Summit could be rolled out in cities around the world.


Mr Casey said PCH has invested in the project along with the Tyndall National Institute, TSSG Waterford, the National College of Art and Design and Vodafone Ireland.


ďIt is a phenomenal project,Ē Mr Casey said. ďWe have put sensors on 40 bikes in Dublin and right now they are feeding back to us data about pollution, traffic congestion, you name it.Ē


ďThis has so many applications and itís coming from Ireland. I can see it being big in Chinese cities but why stop there? Every city needs this,Ē he added.  (A:  You think itís all so as they can see how much pollution is around? Do you really think that? Do you really believe that rubbish?  Hmm?)


Dr Kieran Drain (A:  What a strange name, that, Kieran DrainÖ DrainÖ eh, as thoughÖ the brain drainÖ), chief executive of Tyndall, said: ďThis is the smart city. The sensors we are trialling in Dublin today are small, but weíll get them even smaller and lighter. Knowing about air quality and traffic all over the city can help cities plan better.Ē  (A:  Really? For what?)


He also said the trials called the CitySense Project had lots of implications for individuals. ďIf you have bad asthma it can tell you whether you should go out. (A:  How many folk have asthma?   Hmm? )  If you want to go to work quickly it can tell you what the traffic is like in real time,Ē Dr Drain added.


Mr Casey said he had visited the Tyndall National Institute many times and wanted to introduce its research to start-ups going through PCHís accelerator in San Francisco called Highway1. ďTyndall has so many idea we can help be commercialised,Ē he said. ďWe want our entrepreneurs to tap into the phenomenal things they are doing.Ē  (A:  Do you think itís all about pollution? Do you really believe that? Nonsense. Nonsense. Nonsense. Itís all part of the totalitarian system of complete observation in the totalitarian information system we are living under today, to get better and better for those very purposes. Quite something.)


And also, everybody forgets this because we are bombarded with news. Most of it is hyped to terrify you, and thatís what takes the biscuit because folk, human people will always go to things that terrify you before you will look at any other story, because youíre scared stiff, you see, you might save yourself, thatís what you think, naturally, if you read or listen to the terrifying stuff first. But when youíre doing all that youíre missing all the other things that are really going to hit you because this terrifying stuff generally doesnít materialize. Everything is done incrementally as you are trained and trained and you adapt and adapt. But this saysÖ


Red Zone activated for Brisbane G20 summit with 70 items banned / Neil Doorley / November 08, 2014


TENS of thousands of inner-city Brisbane residents have woken this morning to the stark reality of life inside the G20 Red Zone Ė where flying kites and carrying eggs could attract increased scrutiny from thousands of extra police. 


The declared zone Ė stretching from South Bank to Kelvin Grove, Bowen Hills, Fortitude Valley and Woolloongabba Ė has been established in a bid to stop the violence that crippled other G20 host cities, like Toronto in 2010, where police were overwhelmed by the ďmass disorderíí which included rioters torching cars, trashing businesses and attacking officers.


As residents digested this news, fences and barricades began going up around South Brisbane, as streets became no-go zones.


The 6000-strong police force (A:  Öthat they are putting up for thisÖ) will be armed with additional powers from today as 1500 interstate and international recruits (A:  Interesting, international recruits for the copsÖ) are briefed and formally sworn in as part of a special G20 police force.  (A:  So now youíve got a G20 police force, folks, international.  Isnít that something, eh.)


People face fines up to $5500 for possessing any of the 70 prohibited items inside the red zone which include weapons, handcuffs, explosives and some placards.  (A:  Well, with weapons and handcuffs and explosives they would have to put all the cops out because they canít get in, they will be the only ones with them.)


The list also includes less obvious ďthreatsĒ such as reptiles and surfboards, as well as household items including eggs, cans and glass jars.


Those trying to get to work inside the heavily guarded restricted zone at South Bank and around major hotels will face military-style checkpoints. 


Öthereís democracy for you. In the one that they mentioned there in Toronto in 2010, I remember, and it was on the web of course because people were lucky enough and can photograph a lot of stuff today. But you actually hear the cops saying that, their rights inside the area were completely suspended and that this was not part of Canada.  During this whole meeting the area around there was not a part of Canada so you didnít have rights if you went into it. DemocracyÖ  People still vote, you know, they still vote. And isnít it astonishing? Really. So itís called the red zone.  Itís all about really what they canít bring in and so on. Thatís really what itís about. Crowd management, public order, motorcades, etc. etc. And they have the big meals, you know, the 20 course meals because they generally have that, at least, 20 courses as they start talking about how to implement austerity amongst, you know, the general masses.  Normal stuff, you see.


And also, whatís really interesting thatís getting missed by most folk are the big tests, they call them stress tests that the big banks were told to put on them by the Bank for International Settlements and the IMF, to test them, supposedly.  Itís so they wonít have another immediate crash.  We know theyíre going to have another crash, of course, and the stress tests are all part of it to see if itís ready to crash. Because you see, the bail-ins go into law, they are activated on January 1st of next year, in just a couple of monthsí time. Itís going to be in vogue.  Theyíll start grabbing all your cash out of the bank, for their investors, but they will take all of the depositorsí money.  Itís normally called theft, but not when you make it legal so itís not called theft anymore.  Anything that is illegal hasnít been passed as okay. Itís quite amazing to run the legal system, isnít it? Just by changing words, something that is forbidden and illegal becomes legal. It depends who you are, though, of course, and who is doing something. But it saysÖ 


ECB publishes secret Irish bailout letters / 6 November 2014 / Andrew Walker


The European Central Bank has published previously secret correspondence in which it pressed the Irish government to seek a financial bailout.


The Bank's former President Jean-Claude Trichet wrote to the Irish Finance Minister in November 2010.


He threatened to cut off emergency funding to the country's banks.  (A:  Thereís choices for you. You know.)


Mr Trichet said the support could only continue if the Irish government made a written commitment that it would seek financial support. (A:  So you have to put out a commitment that you would SEEK financial support.)


The letter to the Finance Minister Brian Lenihan, who has since died, said there should be a commitment to "fiscal consolidation" which means austerity, or cuts in public spending and tax increases to reduce the government's borrowing needs. (A:  This European Union has been wonderful, isnít it, with its European Central Bank and all that, dictating to all the other countries.  Weíve had such bliss since then.  This utopia is here, folk just donít notice it, theyíre too busy worrying and going into austerity.)


Ireland applied for financial help two days later and has received loans from the European Union, the International Monetary Fund and some individual countries, including Britain. The total foreign assistance agreed was Ä67.5bn (£52.8bn), though in the event it was not all paid out.


So, blackmail is blackmail. What kind of choice is that? You know. What kind of choice is that? And who encouraged them, all the big, big banks in Ireland to give out all these loans in the first place? The same group thatís now, you know, demanding that they sign these agreements. Itís quite amazing, isnít it?  But they donít make these things illegal, all this blackmailing stuff and so on.


The World's Oldest Bank Is The Biggest Loser In The ECB Stress Test - / 10.26.14


And thenÖ


South Africa suffers another credit rating downgrade / 7 November 2014


(A:  Öas well.  Which is nothing new. Because they wantÖ You understand, this article actually saysÖ)


The ratings agency Moody's has downgraded South Africa's sovereign debt rating. 


(A:  That Moodyís and a few other ones, Standards and Poor and so on, all have other big clients. They donít work for free, if thatís what you think, and give out all the stats about things. They have their clients, and the big clients are often the big, big banks that lend out, you see. So if they can get Moodyís to downgrade a country, then that countryís government when it borrows money must pay a higher interest rate when it has been downgraded. This is great for the big banks, the international moneylenders. Everything is such a racket!  It really is such a racket. Quite something, isnít it? Quite something.  Ah, what can you do? And meanwhile too theyíre sayingÖ Theyíre blaming the South African miners, the guys that are down in the mines there and getting all the diamonds out for the rich corporations and things, and they get paid pennies but they are demanding more money.  So what do they do?  This is, again, blackmail againÖ Oh, the country is going under if you donít get back to work.  And political payoffs, thatís how it will all work out, youíll find. Thatís how things always work out, in democracies, you know. Quite something.)


And also this little article here too. This is from a site called Alice Through the Looking Glass and it saysÖ / 8 November 2014



ChildrenCount Survey in a world that counts


"Concerns have been raised by a local councillor about a controversial childrenís survey for 9-16 year olds, which he feels are inappropriate and intrusive. Councillor Tom Marshall has questioned why the survey includes questions about drug-taking, (A: This is for nine-year-olds.)  relationships with parents, thieving, knives, and drugs." (A:  Also by the way, it has things in there about anal sex, asking the children if they have had it yet. I guess theyíll put them into rehab if they havenít because apparently itís the in-thing.)


"Speaking to the ĎNewsí, Cllr Marshall said: `These surveys are akin to unsolicited phone calls that are received and are an unsolicited intrusion into family circumstances. (A:  Itís all data collection as they get into whatís going on in the families, you see.) , The language is inappropriate for a number of children. Questions regarding thieving and drugs are being presented almost as if these activities are normalised. Many parents would be most unhappy that there is any suggestion that their children are in the minority for not even contemplating these things. (A:  And thatís true. Especially if itís the politically correct things that they are pushing to do with sex and things like that, all kinds of sex and stuff. You see, if youíre not doing it thereís something wrong with them, apparently. Amazing how normal is always changed 180 degrees, like fads, you see.  Isnít it? At one time they burnt witches, now they got their organizations everywhere.  Yep. And they are all New Agey and trendy.  Hmm.) Questions on relationships with parents/guardians are clearly inappropriate and could be used to instigate the named person with interventions at some point in the future.`" 


Theyíve got GIRFEC [Getting It Right For Every Child] there too and Iíve read the articles many times in the past. Go into the archive section at and you can read these particular articles. Because Scotland is definitely a test bed for intrusion into, again, smart management of families, you see. Meaning, your betters haveÖ will basicallyÖ the state, in other words, will literally rear you from birth to death.  Now you are appointed counselors that go in there for every child born there.  Smart isnít it, very smart.  And the parents will be sitting back, like the peasantry, as these people strut in the door, right to the child and off to do whatever they do with them, which probably isnít very pleasant at all, knowing them, because there are an awful lot of pervs out there these days, especially in those kind of fields.


But thatís the life we live in, folks, and youíre looking for sanity in it? Are you looking for sanity? When 9/11 happened that night on the radio I said, the hardest thing from now onÖ  Because I knew the whole agenda was going to get rammed through. The hardest thing from now on, under the guise of terrorism of course, the hardest thing from now on will be to hold onto your sanity as we go through all of this. It is going to be for the rest of your lives, as you are updated and reprogrammed to adapt into the next step and the next step and the next step in so many different areas of your life. You see. And itís all done by smart people, working for smart organizations, in your smart little community.  And youíre giving all your data on your smart phone, etc. etc.


SmartÖ smart has got a double meaning too.  It means, if someone strikes you it can smart, it can hurt. Think about it, folks, all these folk that are hurting you, and you donít even know it.  Think about it.


Well, I hope youíre all surviving out there as weíre plunging into the winter with our new terminology they keep coming out with, the solar vortexes, and northern polar vortexes, and oh my goodnessÖ  It sounds all sci-fi, doesnít it, as the North wind comes down from the North Pole and blasts us all with cold air. Because apparently the North Pole is melting.  You know, I wouldíve thought it wouldíve gotten warmer if that was the case. But no, oh no, itís getting colder, you see. Itís like OíBrien in Orwellís 1984 as he says to Winston, when Winston is really out of it, heís been tortured and drugged and never knows. OíBrien the torturer says, if I tell you, Winston, I can fly, then I can fly, and you will believe it. You see. Thatís where we are today.


Donít use logic, whatever you do, because it doesnít come into the picture. In fact, logic was trained out of you at Junior school. The teacher doesnít want your logic on things, they have agendas to put forth, itís called the curriculum. And youíve got to get the proper brainwashing to be approved and get that quality approval stamp as they pass you on a little certificate. That means you are fit enough and dumb enough to work in their system. You see.


So life is a bit of a joke, as I say. Definitely a bit of a joke if you stand back and just sort of look at it. And itís getting crazier all the time. As OíBrien teaches you, he can fly if he wants to and, you know, you canít because you are just little old you.  And East Asia is our ally today and it will be our enemy tomorrow.  And if you parrot him on that you will say, oh no, East Asia has always been our ally.  You canít win, you see, by using the facts that they hand to you to debate using your logic. You cannot win. Itís not meant that you win. You are meant to be trained to doubt your own logic, thatís the whole point of it all. Perception management, not what is, but how youíre going to perceive it. You see.


From Hamish and myself in Ontario, Canada, itís good night and may your God or your gods go with you.



Topics of show covered in following links:


Singapore plans to be world's first 'Smart Nation'

Smart city sensors ready for roll out, Casey tells Web Summit

Red Zone activated for Brisbane G20 summit with 70 items banned

ECB publishes secret Irish bailout letters

The World's Oldest Bank Is The Biggest Loser In The ECB Stress Test

South Africa suffers another credit rating downgrade

ChildrenCount Survey in a world that counts


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