Mar. 17, 2019 (#1712)

"Cutting Through the Matrix" with Alan Watt

(Blurb, i.e. Educational Talk)

"Witness Signs of Huxley's-Blair's Ultimate Revolution,

 Using Geneticists, Bio-Chemists, Scientific Collusion - Part 4"

© Alan Watt Mar. 17, 2019

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Hi folks, I’m Alan Watt and this is Cutting Through The Matrix on March 17, 2019.  The weather up where I am is still basically winter. Well, it’s not basic, it IS winter.  [Alan laughing.]  And it’s to snow again on and off for the next few days in fact. I had an actual partial thaw, not long but a very short one, a few days ago there. At least it got some of the snow off the roof which certainly does help. But it’s going to snow, as I say, on and off for the next few days. One day hopefully I’ll wake up and it will be in the permanent thaw.  I just have to hang on and hope for it… because everything else is hanging on and hoping for it too, including the animals out there. It’s pretty bad.  Long, long winter.  Snow from September right to the present time. And it hasn’t disappeared, it’s just accumulated more and more and more. And if this does have a fast thaw it will be murder because with so much snow around there will be floods everywhere, all the side roads and country roads, etc. because there’s so much deep, deep snow everywhere. Astonishing.


But that’s what you get in times of global warming, you see, longer and longer winters apparently.  And in everything that happens, actually, it doesn’t matter what it is, it’s put down to global warming. Because that’s the mantra for the new religion, to bring humanity together across the world in a kind of war situation.  We fight, we fight the big thing, the threat from out there, that big threat, you see, that they talked about so many times from different prime ministers of Canada back in the 50s and 60s up to the present time. That’s what they said, they’d have to have an enemy to unite the planet, you see. What could it be? They thought of all weird things, like, oh, aliens or you name it. They’ve had all the movies, it’s in the movies too, you know, oh, asteroids, we’d all come together and blow them out of the universe, etc. etc.


But then they settled on climate change. First of all, of course, they were going to have an Ice Age, back in the 1960s, that was the mantra then from all the scientific puppets, that are well, well padded puppets, mind you. They were prattling on about the coming Ice Age, we’d all freeze to death for goodness sake.  Everybody started buying heavy clothing, you know. But it didn’t happen. Instead, the weather went the other way a little bit. So they settled on global warming. Now, global warming’s is actually easier to cause if they want to cause it. You can get man-made global warming by the very methods that they’ve said they’d spray the skies to make it happen.  [Alan laughing.] 


When you look back at all the old scientific studies, they had all kinds of particulates they could spray in the sky. Even, literally, make it cause sunlight that would pass between them, hit the earth and go back up, and they could bounce back down again off the particles. So they thought about everything, really. They can make the appearance of anything happen.  And the heavy spraying of course, geo-engineering, so many studies, so many patents over the years.  But so many university articles churned out too by participants, because a lot of universities get paid to do all these different studies. In fact, most folk make any decent money at all today in the new type of, the new perfect Soviet/Capitalist system, it really is off the public trough, isn’t it. That’s where the money is.  We pay for everything. We pay for private businesses, big corporations that is, not small business but big corporations, we pay for their setups, etc., big factories and all that. It’s called public-private partnerships. The private corporations own the big businesses once we’ve paid and built them all for them, all their infrastructure. So it’s quite a system we live in, really.


It’s so amazing, really, that, I guess it’s true. I mean, you’ve got to congratulate people who noticed that the right kind of terminology and scientific technique applied to particular areas, and mind you, it’s not that hard if you’ve got total command of all media, and education, you can make the children believe anything, and they’ll grow up believing it. So, why wouldn’t they want to believe, who would really think that there are people creating this big massive religion, taking years in the making, in order to control the whole population of the planet and bring it down and so on?  Why would you think that?


But then again, it’s all out there that that’s what they thought up. That is what they thought up, the whole idea, there’s too many people --- they’ve got all these studies, oh, each person born will consume so much of this and so much of that of the earth’s resources in the time that they live, and even to keep warm and so on, all this energy. They’ve got all these estimates and statistics thrown at you to try and say, well, that yeah, I guess… I guess we should all just commit suicide, ‘eh.


You know, I watched one of these terrible end-of-the-world scenario movies about a comet or something.  No, it was a meteor. There’s a whole bunch of them over the years, they keep churning them out, the same story, really.  But they bring in situation ethics with them too. You don’t realize you’re getting programmed all the time. Situation ethics. This particular one, the Deep Impact one, maybe that was the name of it, I don’t know.  Again, they get well-known actors in it, number one. Put a big budget into it, number two.  They have the scientists warning everybody on what we have to do yada, yada, ya. And all the authorities go into action. Everybody must believe that the world’s going to end. But at the end they get a kind of lotto for the general population. They’ve already picked, you know, about a few thousand of the scientific types that, the really educated types they’ll need to run a survival system underground, on their base underground.  And a lotto for the ones that are left.  And of course, anybody over 50, in the movie version, you’ll be out of the picture anyway unless you were a scientist and important. But anybody over 50, or anybody really with medical illnesses of any kind, well, you would be expendable. You would have to go up there and get a bottle of Scotch and get sozzled as it comes in and that was it. 


But that’s the situation ethics and you’re being trained all the time through entertainment. And your entertainment is never static in propagandizing different agendas that you’re living through today.  In fact, you’ve probably, if you’re about 30 you’ve had a real heavy indoctrination from day one in the classroom. You’ve got to remember how many politicians over the last 50 years or more came up with the same statements about threats from outside and we’d all come together and as a unitary planet basically to fight some enemy, a common enemy. And then you find Ronald Reagan too took up the cry of, oh if there was a threat from outer space, from out there, we’d all have to come together and use our resources and our initiative and our intelligence, and be basically one to fight it off. And then you’d get peace too, of course.


What they’re literally talking about is, how do you get the public to give up all their rights and freedoms in a wartime situation, because in war you accept it readily you’re going to get protected, and you’re all at risk so leave it to experts to rule it all, and it’s the military at that time, to run the system while you go through this war. That’s what they do. Henry Kissinger said the same thing too. That if some threat hit, say, California, then the people would welcome UN troops in for food, etc., to keep the peace and to manage them in a big disaster, whatever it happened to be. He said, and the people would give up all their rights and freedoms because of fear, fear of starvation or whatever else that they needed at the time. He gave that speech as well.  So it’s well-known from those that sit up at the planning stages of war strategy about what can be used to get the public together, for other agendas, for the real agenda.


The real agenda is, and Kissinger was a part of that too, was overpopulation.  You go way back you find the same thing with the two Huxley’s, the brothers. And even before them you had their granddad Thomas Huxley, you know. He really was Darwin’s bulldog as they call it.  You’ll find that they were always prattling on about overpopulation of the wrong people. Right down to way, way back even further from the days of Thomas Malthus. They had taken the idea from another philosopher actually. And not an economist, a philosopher.  Because the idea has always been there. 


You’ve got to understand history. History has horror shows if you really open the old books.  And they really are real books, there are real archives that certain professors will admit to. Not everyone gets access to them. In the Middle Ages, a natural thing that they did was to occasionally, if they felt there were too many people, or if they heard… Because you always have what they call in Britain, or Scotland, a clipe, you get a clipe. A clipe is somebody that will be all pally with you, lives amongst you, you think it’s one of you, and they go off to the boss, the boss man, the Baron whoever it happens to be and says, the people are getting restless, they claim there’s not enough food being left for them, you’ve taken all the food off of them that they grow, they’re getting restless.   So there’s always, when it gets to a particular number of peasantry they might not control, and they had advisers, good advisors, just like they always do, in all ages, they would decide to basically starve certain folk off. Or if the plague was coming in, they’d simply burn down their houses, the winter would come and they’d freeze to death, they’d have no food and they’d starve. That’s how they’d reduce populations and they talked about it quite candidly.


This idea of the nice society is a pretty recent figment of the imagination put up on the public. Again, through the new education and the new propaganda that uses electronics, radio, television to the present day, all different gadgets and gimmicks. But the fact is, before hand it wasn’t quite as easy to control the public. I’ve given talks before on how even London had thousands of spies all through it in, say, the 19th century for instance, probably into the 20th century, but literally on a contract basis, who lived amongst the people, walked amongst them, lived on different streets. They put in reports every so often and the reports went up and up and up to those who manage the big, big city and the government. They would find out who, all different factions that were complaining about different things, so they could stave them off and stop it from happening basically.


Today of course we’re all monitored. It’s much easier.  But we’re monitored for our safety, it’s called terrorism, you see.  And so, with anybody being a potential terrorist, you could be one tomorrow, you could wake up as one!  Like a disease, you know. You know, you might wake up tonight as a vampire, you see. But that’s what they’ve sold you as the reason for giving up all your rights and freedoms.  It’s astonishing, it can take centuries and centuries of combative roles, and wars, and mass slaughters of the peasantry, who rise again hopefully in another age to demand their rights again. It took forever to get these rights of privacy.  And just for the few free, oh, if you take two of these and one of that and let us snoop into this and that, then you know, it’ll be cheaper, etc. And away they go. That’s all they should’ve done. You wouldn’t have needed all the spies, you know.  You know, fill out what you’re doing this week on this bit of paper and hand it to the boss man.


It’s quite astonishing, isn’t it, how conned we are.  But you see, society runs on con-ology, the art of conning people. And that’s a really, really high, high degree if you get one, in conology. Believe you me, the higher laws of good conmen out there, and women… But the guys are a bit more practiced at it, you see.  Children are good at it, you know.  Children are natural good con people.  Ah, did you spill that milk on the table? No, I didn’t. You know, as they stand there with the glass there, it’s right in front of them and it’s all over the place.  Ah, he did it or whatever, or the puppy did it, you know. But it’s the same thing as Eve, you know, the devil made her do it.   The same thing.


So your owners, you see, see you as a wild beast and so they’ve got to train you… train you to be subservient. And to be subservient you must have something in common with other people. And what you have is survival, you like to survive, it’s quite nice actually. And if you can survive and eat, and keep warm in cold climates and things, well, it’s pleasant to survive. You can go through hard times too but some days are quite nice and that’s really how it is, you see. So they go through all this trouble to convince us that we are the problem. So the Club of Rome, just like the Prime Minister’s and all the rest of them before going way back to Malthus says, there really is too much of you, you see, the general peasantry. You might think you’re middle-class at the bottom, but you’re not. You’re really, Julian Huxley was quite adamant about the people who thought they would get in to be saved and to procreate their own genes in the future. He says, how mistaken they will be.  [Alan laughing.]   There you go.  So if you help them, yeah, you might get financially, be better off at the moment. But eventually it will hit you too. 


So depopulation was always a problem, going all the way back to the Middle Ages and before. It was quite natural at times too for nobility to get a group together and just go slaughtering pleasantry. There were no laws against it, you see.  Petitions could be handed into kings and queens and all that. And sometimes when they handed, like it happened in [Alan chuckles.] England once, and the people, the peasants handed a petition into the King.  And he rode out and had a little chat with them, then he rode back in again.  Then once they split up to go their different ways, back where they came from in England, they were divided, you see, they sent out the Army and they slaughtered them. So just to teach them all, because obviously if the King says, oh, you’re quite right, you’re quite right, you really do need a bit of bread extra, maybe a loaf amongst the 10 of you once a week. And if you get that, you see, you might want more, ‘eh?  Well, where would that lead, ‘eh!  Where would… less profit for the King and all the futile overlords, etc. They can’t have that! Can they?! 


So anyway, that’s really what’s always been a problem with those who rule. It’s to do with rulership.  And don’t ever think that you’re living in a better time.  You’re better controlled today by the leadership that are scientifically trained in techniques, with a long, long study of techniques that use, as I say, incredibly well documented testing on society, and studying of society, in all kinds of societ-ological behavioral situations. It’s so precise. Even more so now with instant studying, instant in real-time studying of, are you copying the meme and chatting on the Internet about blah blah blah blah?  In real-time. They know exactly what works and what doesn’t. And what will tweak you, get the emotions going. When the emotions get going you forget logic, you see. And then you’re at their mercy.


So as I say, you know, that’s what the Club of Rome said, and in a beautiful way. Rather than aliens and all that, they thought, what will humans believe?  And I tell you, I tested  it out myself on people. Even from one year to the next, just casual, you know, casual acquaintances and stuff. And you’ll say, remember last summer or last June or July or whatever?  And you know, people can’t remember. Especially winters, they can’t remember. Because with climate control, going from their house to their vehicle to wherever they work and then back again, they’re seldom outside the vehicle in the cold.  And as long as the infrastructure keeps plowing roads for snow and so on, then they won’t take much notice of things. It’s really astonishing how we adapt to artificial systems. And very quickly adapt.  And you never think about it, most folk don’t think about it.


So this is all well understood. So the Club of Rome came up with the idea, and in a beautiful dialectical approach as well, hey. So rather than get just an enemy from out there, because you have to fight something like an alien, there’s so many old Sci-Fi’s about it, aliens invading Earth, etc. Who would want to come here?   Huh?  ‘Eh?  So aliens invading Earth, and you get humanity all coming together to fight the aliens to save us all and we all become brothers and sisters.  And it’s all utopia, that terrible word utopia that always is a horror show in reality.  And we become one.  But mind you, they don’t give you a sequel to show you how it all divides as soon as someone else takes your loaf of bread and runs away over there with it. But that’s the idea behind it all.


So they hit upon the idea, the Club of Rome, that man would be the problem, no, the enemy out there.  No, man is the actual enemy. Isn’t that wonderful dialectic? That throws folk off… Oh, I didn’t realize I was the enemy, oh my God, I didn’t realize I was the bad person here. So really you end up fighting yourself.  And so you pay taxes, and carbon taxes, and you’ll do what you’re told by the commissars, the climate czars, the new priesthood, you see. They’ll reduce the population as well. You’ve already had children coming forth over the last few years asking to be sterilized to save the planet. That’s their indoctrination at school, you see.  And it can work, you can train them to do anything and believe anything with enough well placed propaganda under the guise of education or whatever you want to call it. So therefore, that’s what they hit upon.


But isn’t that wonderful? I mean, rather than having to fight that enemy, we’re fighting ourselves. Isn’t it wonderful? It’s like a great… It really… You’ve got to hand it to them, ‘eh?  They know their stuff, don’t they? Because the whole problem has always been, how do you get them to give up their rights and be managed? By science. That’s what socialism is all about. A world run in the super Soviet system of scientists and professionals. And you’ll do what you’re told. You might not even get born. They might not need you to be born. In fact, they’ve said that too.  The Georgia Guide Stones, oh, take the population way down, we don’t need all these people. But isn’t it wonderful that they get a good chunk of the population, living off our tax money, and training us, who pay them all, so’s they can brain washed us and manage us like animals? Isn’t that wonderful?


And we accept it.  Without question. But mind you, if you get them young enough there’s nothing they will not accept. Bertrand Russell said it, because he had an experimental school way, way, way back, to try different things on the children, you see. He wasn’t the only one. Other countries did it too.  It really, he said, you can make children believe that snow is black… and you can persuade them to do anything if you use the right technique.   He’s talking about technique, when you say that word technique, that’s what they’re talking about is techniques of manipulation, coercion and getting people to obey you basically, without realizing that they are being ordered. You see, you’re the bad person, there’s too many of you, do you really want to pass on your genes, hm? 


And so they sterilize you in one way or another.  Chemically…  Russell talked about it, different ways to do it. You can put stuff in drinking water, as an example.  Put it in the food, as an example. You can make it prevalent, like biphenyls, for instance, through everything, and you start getting folk to drink out of plastic all the time, etc. This has all been tested, they’ve known this years ago, what it does, before they gave it to you.  But they’ll always, again, when it comes to, oh, the crazy conspiracy theorists, ‘eh.  Hm. Well, I’ll put some things up tonight about it. Hhhhhh.   And again, the conspiracy… well that’s old data, that’s like five years old, for goodness sake, that’s antique. You see what I’m saying? 


The agenda has always been, how do you get them to give up their rights, be advised, not just advised but completely managed, and of course into, they bring a whole bunch of different so-called branches of the sociological sciences, like freedoms, positive freedom versus negative freedom.  And they’ve got all kinds of, always a positive and negative, you see.  Tony Blair was an advocate of this too, how can you manipulates the people, take away their freedoms, can you have a sort of a bit of both at same time? He went to see Isaiah Berlin about it who was his mentor and got advice from him on how to manage the public. Tony Blair was not, you’ve got to understand he was not what you call a British politician.  If you have a British politician, standing for Britain, the people make the mistake of thinking he’s one of you and he thinks about Britain the same way as you do, because he’s living there, and nothing is further from the truth.  Your whole concept of what countries are, and nations are in this day and age are completely, completely at odds as to what they really are.  Your politics is a fiction. This word democracy, iy, at one time they would go through a pretense occasionally of listening to the public, once in a blue moon. They never do that, I haven’t seen that done for about 50 years, at least. And the couple of times they give you a show of democracy, oh, we’ll let you have a vote, they never fulfill it.


I can remember Toronto when they were doing the United Nations megacities, and that’s what it is, is the United Nations policy for megacities and super cities. And way back, going, you know, way back, years and years ago in preparation for the smart city, you see, before you even heard the term smart city… Things are worked out 50, 60, 70 years ahead of time.  Always.  They talked about that, oh, there’s a lot of little or small townships, it would be absorbed into this thing.  And the local councils would be demolished as well. A lot of people didn’t want it. Because if you don’t have control over your little area you don’t have any control at all.  That’s what government is really for.  Your own little local government, your counsel looks after the problems in your area. And you can go right to them, they won’t live far away. And they can come to you.  But once you put them somewhere else then it becomes abstract, a very abstract thing altogether.  And eventually you give up and you’re governed from afar. As they centralized government, the old Marxist idea for total power.


You really are living in a fiction of what you think reality is and what governments are and all the rest of it.  And governments never stand up, really, for the people. If they do be very wary. Because it’s a con, it’s for something else, you see. They’ll take rights away from you, under very good guises. You can say, oh, I’m for that, I’ll vote for that. Then away you go, and bang, you just lost a bunch of rights before you even thought about it really. It’s like driving licenses, you know, they started off to be voluntary.  The folk never thought of driving licenses.  And then the next thing you know, it’s insurance.  With snob appeal. Do you have insurance? No, I don’t bother with that. And they say, well I have it, I’ve got a quite good policy here actually. Well, you can afford that, can you?  Oh yeah, yes. And that’s how it’s done.  Hm.


Snob appeal works awfully well amongst the public. That’s why they wear brand names, they advertise brand names on their clothing and their shoes and everything, ‘eh.  On everything. Here they are buying an overpriced piece of junk, whatever it happens to be, and they’ve got the brand of the thing to advertise for free. What a fool. What a fool! Honestly, you can make people do anything, ‘eh. At one time they used a higher billboard guys, you’d see it in the old movies, sandwich boards, a sign on the front and the back to advertise a café or something. Now they do it voluntarily. They pay… you to do it now, I’ll buy that.  Never ever under estimate the stupidity of humans.  Never do that. Never ever do that.


The proof is there at the beginning of every winter. Go to your favorite, if you got a café somewhere in the town or city, go there at about 6 PM, or maybe 5 PM as they’re all coming from work and watch them try to stop on one of the first little snowfalls they’ve had.  It could even be an inch or two of snow. You see them flying along and they can’t stop and so on because they’re going the same speed as they always go. The white stuff everywhere doesn’t seem to compute. People are, we are, honestly, we’re pretty awful.


That’s domestication, you see.  Look at all the stories about animals. And talking about sheep, hm, and how they just panic.  They bolt in one direction like a school of fish. If there’s one out in front they’ll all follow it. But that’s what happens, you see, animals that you’re going to consume or whatever are bred to be domesticated, subservient basically, obedient.  Their wildness, their natural instinct is taken out of them, bred out of them, actually, bred out of them.  Now in this day and age, mind you, where they can literally induce sterilization through various means including chemical, you’d better be, start thinking about things, hey. Start thinking.  Because maybe we’re not as swift up at the top here as we like to think we are.


I’ve read the articles over the years, out loud in fact [Alan chuckles.], to do with even the UN studies they’ve done, the WHO and so on and different departments for education, talking about the IQ dropping points.  Things like that don’t happen by themselves. It doesn’t happen by itself.  It’s an innate thing in you.  But it’s dropping. And we don’t seem to worry about it. Maybe it’s because it’s gone past the point, their intellect can’t grasp it, and we just give up and say, oh well, so what.  So there you go, it does work, doesn’t it?


Let’s look back at one of these articles here to do with, something you’re fed up of hearing because you’ve heard so many disputes about it and so many, oh, conspiracy nut cases, etc. etc. etc. on the studies done about it.  And it’s to do with fluoride, for instance, something that so many folk consume. And don’t forget, go into the history of fluoride, and for instance in the Americas here there’ a scientist, or a dentist who literally lauded it. I’m sure he was well padded and paid for it, to push it at one point.  And he read all the studies. Later on he came out against it and said that he was deceived, etc. etc. But they went through the problems that it causes, not just in your bones. And it does cause problems in bones and your teeth, you’ll see little specs where it will accumulate in the teeth, etc. You’ve got to go into history of it and the countries that dosed their public with it, or even countries they conquered and put it in the… because it made people more passive.   Think about it.


Now, let’s do one of the many, many studies, that are professionally done, by scientists. This particular one is from India. It’s from the Medical and Allied Sciences, is the name of the journal actually for India. His original title was…


Neurodegenerative Changes in Different Regions of Brain, Spinal Cord and Sciatic Nerve of Rats Treated with Sodium Fluoride - National Journal of Medical and Allied Sciences

Posted by FS Editorial Manager | Dec 9, 2011 | Neurodevelopmental Disorders


(Alan:  It’s got the participants here and they were from…)


Department of Zoology, University College of Sciences, Osmania University, Hyderabad 500 007, Andhra Pradesh, India.


(A:  They go into the abstract here, and this is 2011 I think it was.)




Fluoride is known to cross the blood-brain barrier and alter the structure and function of neural tissue. (A:  And there’s a reason you’ve got that blood-brain barrier, for many reasons, actually. So fluoride goes across it with no problems.) There are few authoritative reports on neurodegenerative changes in hippocampus, neocortex, cerebellum, spinal cord and sciatic nerve in fluoride intoxication. We report the alterations in the structure of neuronal tissue after chronic administration of sodium fluoride (for 60days) to rats.


(A:  And they had their control groups, two groups, you see.)


Twelve male Wistar rats were divided equally into two groups: one group received 20 ppm of sodium fluoride (NaF) and the other group (which served as a control) received tap water for 60days.


(A:  And this is what they found.  You know, this is a properly… Don’t forget, they dissected every single part, little tiny slices of the animal afterwards, as they do with people too by the way, for the folk who think it’s just with animals. But they understand all this stuff. But anyway, yeah, they go through amazing tests of tissue tests and so on and chemical tests. Anyway, it says…)


The body weights and organic somatic index of brain in the sodium fluoride treated animals were significantly reduced, relative to the control group.


(A:  So, actually, the organic, the brain and so on becomes lighter, hm.)


Tissue fluoride levels of hippocampus, neocortex, cerebellum, spinal cord and sciatic nerve, all increased significantly in fluoride treated rats. Electron microscopy of the hippocampus, neocortex, cerebellum, spinal cord and sciatic nerve showed neurodegenerative changes in the NaF treated group compared to controls. Axon deterioration, (A:  That’s your nerves, into your nerves and so on…) myelin sheath (A:  That protects the actual little dendrons that come out of the nerve itself…) degeneration and dark cells with scanty cytoplasm were observed in spinal cord and sciatic nerve in the treated group. Other distinctive morphological alterations observed were: vacuolated swollen mitochondria in neocortex, hippocampus and cerebellum; myelinated fibers with breaks in continuity (A:  You’ll actually find these, you know, it’s interesting too, you’ll find a lot of this with the effects in the mitochondria, with multiple sclerosis for an example, it will harden too but these are actually, they’re actually cracking in the sheath that protects things of the nerves.)  (axon partly preserved and partly vacuolated) in hippocampus; myelin splitting and vacuolated schwann cell within the cerebellum and sciatic nerve respectively.


Anyway, this is quite, it’s a good report, one of many, I’m sure. And there’s no mystery in this, is what I’m saying. This is the stuff that’s in your drinking water. To help you. Everything, you understand that this term to help you is used, it’s a horror show. It’s a horror, don’t ever forget that. It’s always used. Or, it’s necessary to take your rights away, or it’s necessary to do that to make your teeth better. Necessary.  Necessity. That word. It’s always used. It’s necessary to take all your rights away from you and make you live in your overcrowded cities, because of global warming, yeah, and sustainability. It’s necessary. It’s necessary to sterilize you because there’s too many of you.


If that was the problem, if that was the problem and there’s too many of you – and your own populations are dropping like a stone, according to all the studies that they’ve done over the years and I’ve read out on the air in fact. If that’s the case, why would you have mass migration from relatively large family type of societies and bring them in?  Why would you be doing that?  You see, when you see, when something doesn’t make sense there’s other reasons for all of this, you understand. All of it.  All of it. And the people are left to blame each other, and different groups will blame each other because you’ve got the consequences of it all. But the ones at the top, obviously, have planned all this for reasons that you’ll never figure out. 


Because that’s the real agenda here too, is, there’s always a good reason then there’s the real reason. You know, for the public they try to keep you as far away from the real reason as possible, that they really disguise it so well. But this is a good study for those who have a bit of patience. It’s detailed in the proper scientific breakdown and examination of the test groups. And they’re young too by the way, it’s been important too to see the offspring and the like… Very like Soya. Remember the whole thing with soya on the rats and mice that were used in that and various guinea pigs, etc. that they use for it?  That the first generation, their fertility dropped a fair bit. The children that were born to them were maybe half, by that time half of them could reproduce, the others couldn’t. The third-generation are sterile. And that’s what they force on the public, oh, it’s healthy, it’s healthy, soya, it’s going to be a savior to the world.  And they made a big, oh, it’s so healthy too, it’s so healthy for you.  Millions and maybe by today there’s been billions spent on promoting all that stuff.


So anyway, in this study here with the fluoride, they go into, all it just really is, you can actually put it together with people, about the problems with the mitochondria and so on…


… and cell shrinkage (A:   …of the brain, etc.…) has been observed in renal cells (A:  …in the kidney cells, ‘eh…) of young pigs treated with fluoride.


(A:   So pigs as well.)


The molecular basis of fluoride action is mainly concerned with cellular enzymes, especially antioxidant enzymes. High levels of fluoride in drinking water (112ppm) affect central nervous system directly without first causing the physical deformities of skeletal fluorosis.


(A:   So there you go, hey.  So before you see the signs of skeletal fluorosis, you’ll find the central nervous system has got problems. It goes straight to that first before it affects anything else.)


Distinctive alterations in the brain have also been observed with the chronic administration of aluminium Fluoride (AlF3) and NaF9. Histological changes in the brain of young, fluoride-intoxicated rats have been reported by Shivarajashankara. (A:   …the ones who studied it.) However most of the studies have so far been confined to the whole brain. This study reports the neural changes with respect to the different regions of the brain with emphasis on hippocampus, neocortex and cerebellum of the brain, spinal cord and sciatic nerve by using transmission electron microscope (TEM), in rats administered with 20 ppm NaF for 60 days.


So, yeah, they’ve used, it’s really quite amazing, and right into the neurodegenerative changes and how they examined it and found it all and so on. Very well-done study. So there’s no real, I mean, I’m not shocked by these findings because I’ve read them for, oh, many, many years. Not from conspiracy sites either but from various medical journals and scientific journals, who all know this, they know what I’m talking about here. It’s really not new but it’s good to see it reaffirmed by people who’ve still got the guts to publish it.  If there’s big agendas in the way of course, you’re always going to find, [Alan chuckles.] opposition to try to silence it. That’s the way it’s done, isn’t it?  Isn’t it, really.  


There’s another one, too, it was from India as well about the aluminum they’re finding in the soil from the geo-engineering. If I can find that too I’ll put that one up as well. A good interesting study. Again, it’s not a makeshift thing, it’s well done.


Aluminum poisoning of humanity and Earth’s biota by clandestine geoengineeringactivity: implications for India -


Of course, we know Monsanto came out with aluminum resistant seeds that can grow in heavily contaminated soil that’s got aluminum in it. Everything’s understood at the top what they’re doing, and of course that’s one of the main particulates in the geo-engineering spray is aluminum oxide. And you breathe it in too of course.  And also, barium and various other, they’re even testing out, I think it was sulfur particles and other things too mind you. Which are really nasty to be breathed in for any period of time at all. 


Necessity. You see, you’ve got to save the planet, you’ve got to give up all your rights. Don’t complain, it’s necessity. And just take their word for it that the climate change is what they say it is. It’s interesting.  You understand, if you get a vehicle and it’s a fairly new model of something, a motorbike or a car or whatever it happens to be, you’ll start to see it, when you see the same model passing.  Now, you could have been driving for years but you never saw, you never noticed that thing before, not until you get one yourself, a particular model yourself, and now you start noticing others. It’s the same thing when it comes to climate, because you just accept things, it isn’t until a big problem is made of it that you actually notice anything. So it can sound, oh my God, terrifying, hey, my God, I didn’t realize it was going to rain today, hhhh, I didn’t get my raincoat with me, oh, goodness me. And it’s true.


So don’t forget the articles I read years and years ago from all the top NGO groups that are financed to propagandize this into existence, to terrify us, actually saying in their own articles, the leaders and the CEOs of these groups and so on and government departments, that we always put out scary terrifying scenarios because the public won’t take notice otherwise.  You see? That’s what you do. I’ll put up…


SPICE - Stratospheric Particle Injection for Climate Engineering


The SPICE Project


(A:  They’ve got different universities…)


. . . collaboration between the University of Bristol, the University of Cambridge, the University of Oxford and the University of Edinburgh which began in October 2010.


(A:  That’s what they use our tax money for as well, to brainwash us, you know. And the characters they use are departments now for, oh, it’s, you know, ecological departments and so on because that’s where the big money is going to be from the taxpayer. They talk about the project, what are the names of the project and how they’re going to achieve the spice project. Well, what does it involve? It’s got three parts that they break it down into. And geo-engineering and governance, you see, what is geo-engineering and how is it governed.)


What are the aims of the project?


What does the project involve?


We've broken the project into three main parts to explain what we're looking to do.


Geoengineering and governance


What is geoengineering and how is it goverened?


….right.  Well, it’s not by the public, that’s for sure. We just breathe it in and do what we’re told. Now, that’s what they give you, isn’t it? That’s exactly what they give you. And another one too… 


US5003186A - Stratospheric Welsbach seeding for reduction of global warming -


United States patent and it’s got the number in it here now and all the rest of it.  I think it’s at 5,003,186. And that was from 1991, this US patent, this particular one.  So there’s, oh yeah, there’s lots of it there. Because you’re living, whenever you see something emerging, they’ve been planning it an awful long time ago actually. And here’s an article to go with it. 


Climate Geoengineering Governance


Welcome to Climate Geoengineering Governance, a research project which aims to provide a timely basis for the governance of geoengineering through robust research on the ethical, legal, social and geopolitical implications of a range of geoengineering approaches.


(A:  Well, there you go, ‘eh.  But is it Democratic, do you get any say in it?  Nooo.  And it’s got all the different universities again here too…)


The Climate Geoengineering Governance (CGG) project is a collaboration between the Universities of Oxford and Sussex and University College London


LWEC Publishes Geoengineering Policy & Practice Note


The Living With Environmental Change (LWEC) (A:  Living with environment change…there ya go.)




Why won't the UK make the sun shine for the Olympics? / 18 July 2012


With the British weather threatening to put a dampener on the Olympic games, why doesn't the government just make the sun shine?


At the risk of sounding like a mad scientist (A:  …blah, blah, blah…) unveiling a doomsday device, it can be done. In theory at least.


The Chinese government seeded clouds ahead of the 2008 Olympics opening ceremony to create a downpour elsewhere and keep the stadium dry.


(A:  And they told you how they did it. It’s old stuff actually.  And they were using the old technique but it’s still effective.)


It is also possible to "over nucleate" clouds with many particles so that they hold in their moisture until they have passed over the target area, experts say.


(A:  So, you can carry it away as well.  You can make it happen. You can disperse it if you want and it won’t rain. Or you can move it to where you want it to rain. This is old stuff.  It says…)


Cloud-seeding is used around the world to prevent fog at airports, stop hail damage in cities or to boost snowfall at ski resorts.


(A:  And on and on it goes.  This is important here too and it says…)


The UK has had a chequered history with the technique. Thirty-five deaths in the 1952 Lynmouth flood disaster were linked at the time to RAF rain-making experiments over southern England a few days earlier although nothing was proved.


Well, with Britain, [Alan chuckles.] whenever they do something, they never ever tell you the truth, they’ll always deny it. But they were actually, it came out that they were doing the cloud seeding at the time to make it rain. Everything else they’d tested on the public was done clandestinely too, including the spraying by naval ships off the East Coast.  The spray went across the coast and they monitored the particular nasty substance, that can be carcinogenic.  And it was done with, again, with impunity.  Again, nothing comes out of it except, oh well, they would never do anything to harm you, would they? Isn’t it wonderful the way that they train us all? 




U.N. urged to freeze climate geo-engineering projects / 21 Oct 2010


The United Nations should impose a moratorium on “geo-engineering” projects such as artificial volcanoes and vast cloud-seeding schemes to fight climate change, green groups say, fearing they could harm nature and mankind.


The risks were too great because the impacts of manipulating nature on a vast scale were not fully known . . .


(A:  They know, they know it’s going to kill us all off. And they’ve been doing it. They know how many folk are coming down every year with terrible bronchial problems that often lead to death, and recurrent infections and so on from it. Because it makes the lining of your trachea and your bronchioles inflamed and bacteria sets in over and over. They know this. And that’s acceptable, the death rate is acceptable to get the agenda through. Because after all, you see, if there’s too many alive, they claim… Especially if they manage to breed, so they claim, as they flood the West with more and more and more people. Because there’s no satisfying them obviously through logic. If people breed then there’s going to be problems, they claim. That was the biggest problem that faced the world according to all the eugenicists including Julian Huxley, quite open about it. Anyway…)


Envoys from nearly 200 countries are gathered in Nagoya, Japan, to agree targets to fight the destruction of forests, rivers and coral reefs that provide resources and services central to livelihoods and economies.


But they said that, yeah, this stuff could have terrible effects on the public. They’re actually more worried about what will happen on animal life… [Alan chuckles.] because they’re greenies, hey. There you go.  They don’t really like humans too much.  And…


Developing an International Framework for Geoengineering - / 10 March 2010


International organizations involved in it, different universities, University of Maryland, Carnegie Mellon University, etc. etc. etc. All old stuff, but it’s all still going on. There’s just no end to it if you really care to look at it. And it’s odd too, if you repeat the same stuff from their own sites you’ll be called a conspiracy theorists.  So it’s all, as I say, that’s the big, that’s instead of the aliens invading the earth, this is, here’s your enemy, the climate is fighting you and you’re fighting the climate, so man is the problem. Isn’t it beautiful?  I mean, you’ve got to admit it, you’ve got a hand it to them, they understand psychology, ‘eh, and how to put it across. It really is, you’ve got to admit it.


Mind you, with endless tax money, all these different organizations, the big foundation money too, and big paychecks for the CEOs of the NGOs, they actually have huge buildings some of them, these NGOs ‘eh.   We don’t vote for any of them, but they decide policy for all of us. You see, that’s how you’re really governed.  Folk can’t get their head around that.  You think you're voting and that's everything you have to do. But you don't get to vote for all these private organizations that really… So that's how you’re really governed is through private organizations, that most folk are ignorant of in fact.


I'd like to just mention too something awfully important. And I've mentioned George Orwell many times. He's a bit of an enigma man.  He went off to fight for socialism against what he saw as really the fascist system, and he was very passionate about it. In his era people had witnessed the massive marches to London, for people who just hand in big, big charts, for people who were protesting, hhumph, utter poverty before World War II started.  The reason for it all was the massive taxation, in an empire system where only this strange city of London and may be a couple of hundred families seemed to profit from it all. Maybe it'll be a lot more than that, but not that much.  People on the outskirts who help the Empire, they profit awfully well. But the vast majority of the public pay for it all.  They pay for the wars, they pay for infrastructure across the planet in all the empirical countries, they pay for the railroads, they pay for the military. But they get nothing back from it except the bills.  There you go, you know, that's the truth of it. 


But that's what Orwell was really about too.  And when he found out what real communism was, he says, it's nothing like what he thought, his idea of what socialism would be. So he became it's enemy very quickly.  Anyway, he says… 


George Orwell - The Freedom of the Press - Orwell's Proposed Preface to ‘Animal Farm’


(A:  If you think, you see, it's not new, suppression and censorship is not new.  It says…)


This book was first thought of, (A:  …the actual book Animal Farm.) so far as the central idea goes, in 1937, but was not written down until about the end of 1943. By the time when it came to be written it was obvious that there would be great difficulty in getting it published (in spite of the present book shortage which ensures that anything describable as a book will ‘sell’), and in the event it was refused by four publishers. Only one of these had any ideological motive. Two had been publishing anti-Russian books for years, and the other had no noticeable political colour. One publisher actually started by accepting the book, but after making the preliminary arrangements he decided to consult the Ministry of Information, (A:  The Ministry of Information is real, we all have Departments of Information, certainly today. Because we’re under this strange terrorist thing, the terrorist have just spontaneously come out of nowhere and so we all are under your corporate type management, you see. Anyway, getting back to the article…) who appear to have warned him, or at any rate strongly advised him, against publishing it. Here is an extract from his letter:


(A:  Anyway, this is what the publisher got I guess…)


I mentioned the reaction I had had from an important official in the Ministry of Information with regard to Animal Farm. I must confess that this expression of opinion has given me seriously to think... I can see now that it might be regarded as something which it was highly ill-advised to publish at the present time. If the fable were addressed generally to dictators and dictatorships at large then publication would be all right, but the fable does follow, as I see now, so completely the progress of the Russian Soviets and their two dictators, that it can apply only to Russia,


(A:  So that’s why they wouldn’t, didn’t want to publish it.   The same thing happened of course with 1984, which was published I think in 1947, 1948.  But this one here, Animal Farm, he wanted it to get published during World War II when of course they were in bed with the Soviet system. Don't think the Soviet system can't… Forget the fact it was Russia. That system can be put anywhere.  In fact, I think there was, more communists were actually living in the US right through that entire period right up to the present time. And because you don't use the word communism anymore it doesn't mean that's not what they are.  Often, it's soo tragic that folk have to be given an actual name to identify something.  If you don't get the name, you see, they just, they’re not thinking about it. And that's why those who control you use names awfully frequently, they label you, you see, and they can get you to hate somebody or whatever it happens to be, or a group or you name it. That's what your governments do. Anyway, it says here, this is from his own publisher…)


to the exclusion of the other dictatorships. I think the choice of pigs as the ruling caste will no doubt give offence to many people, and particularly to anyone who is a bit touchy, as undoubtedly the Russians are.


(A:  This is Orwell again…)

This kind of thing is not a good symptom. Obviously it is not desirable that a government department should have any power of censorship (A: Now this is awfully important for folk who... Unfortunately, we get overdosed with data every day and most folk don't remember it, hm.  That's why you have to be selective in your thoughts and selective in what you're thinking and selective in the topics. Everything else is just bubblegum. But back to this article he says…)    


Obviously it is not desirable that a government department should have any power of censorship (A:  Hm.)


Is not desirable that a government department should have any power of censorship (A:  And he says…)  (except security censorship, which no one objects to in war time)


(A:  You see, that's what I've said before.  Well now it's terrorism, you see, you can see that, you see how we work as a, you suddenly become like a super tribe basically. It doesn't matter how many cultures are involved, you become a super tribe when you think you're under threat, ooo, ooo. Yeah yeah sure, yeah, you can ration me, you can do this, you can do that, okay, you know. But it says…)


over books which are not officially sponsored. But the chief danger to freedom of thought and speech at this moment is not the direct interference of the MOI (A:  Ministry of Information.) or any official body. If publishers and editors exert themselves to keep certain topics out of print, it is not because they are frightened of prosecution but because they are frightened of public opinion. In this country intellectual cowardice is the worst enemy a writer or journalist has to face, and that fact does not seem to me to have had the discussion it deserves.


Any fairminded person with journalistic experience will admit that during this war official censorship has not been particularly irksome. We have not been subjected to the kind of totalitarian ‘co-ordination’ that it might have been reasonable to expect. The press has some justified grievances, but on the whole the Government has behaved well and has been surprisingly tolerant of minority opinions. (A:  Except for the folk who didn't want the war, they locked them up, 'eh.  [Alan laughing.])  The sinister fact about literary censorship in England is that it is largely voluntary.


(A:  This is so important, government likes you to go along voluntarily, but you know, there'll be consequences if you DON’T. You see, that's what the law is actually.  It's always coercion.    There's obviously something going on here, you're kind of coerced along, you know, but if you say no, that's when you get force applied, you see, that's how it all works, you get punished or your license gets withdrawn or whatever it happens to be, you name it.)


Unpopular ideas can be silenced, and inconvenient facts kept dark, without the need for any official ban. Anyone who has lived long in a foreign country will know of instances of sensational items of news — things which on their own merits would get the big headlines-being kept right out of the British press, not because the Government intervened but because of a general tacit agreement that ‘it wouldn’t do’ (A:  …as they say, ‘it wouldn’t do’…) to mention that particular fact. So far as the daily newspapers go, this is easy to understand. The British press is extremely centralised, and most of it is owned by wealthy men who have every motive to be dishonest on certain important topics. But the same kind of veiled censorship also operates in books and periodicals, as well as in plays, films and radio.


(A:  You understand what I'm saying before? It isn't just me saying that. Your propaganda is embedded as well, not just things kept out, but propaganda they want you to believe is put through children's books and movies and everything that you see. You don't realize how brainwashed you are, as you think you're enjoying yourself.  [Alan chuckles.])


At any given moment there is an orthodoxy, a body of ideas which it is assumed that all right-thinking people will accept without question. (A:  You see.)  It is not exactly forbidden to say this, that or the other, but it is ‘not done’ to say it, just as in mid-Victorian times it was ‘not done’ to mention trousers in the presence of a lady. (A:  You couldn’t even say lady anymore though today, you know.)  Anyone who challenges the prevailing orthodoxy finds himself silenced with surprising effectiveness.


You see here, groups can be trained very quickly to turn against someone who is thinking outside the box. And they really do. People like to huddle together like penguins in their little groups and sects and whatever it happens to be. Remember the studies I read from, again, university studies on peer groups and propaganda and indoctrination? They found the different groups, from working classes, and different man, woman and so on, and they found the ones who were middle-class, basically middle-class, who socialized, they adapted to all new policies very quickly. Very quickly. They talk about it with their drinky-poohs as they stood there and chatted to each other. And they'd all have the same books, the recent ones that were suggested.


And suggestion, you see, it's like an order. Oh yes, I've got so-and-so's book.  Isn't it…?  Yeah.  And you see, they've got all the right things, etc. And they wear the right things. And they all drive the same things and yada, yada ya. They're very conformist. So it's easy to manage them. Very easy. And when anything is said from professional bodies they immediately parrot it without thinking. They'll never question it.  The folk who had less education questioned things far, far more. So education domesticates you more and more and more until you can't, you can't really retain any natural survival instincts. This is not my words, this is the studies that they've done, you see.


But anyway, I'll get back to Orwell's little article here. He goes through different parts of how different countries kept down free speech, etc. etc. etc. Well, look what's happening in all our countries today, where you're being told what to believe, about everything, if they turn everything upside down, and even they can put you in jail for not going along with what you're told to say.  What you're told to say or what you're told to call something….  You're in trouble, folks. We're all in trouble here. This is a scientifically controlled society if you haven't figured it out.


Also too I’ll put up, I have a whole bunch of stuff as I say…


Geoengineering Governance Research -


Oh, there's just too much of it actually...


On the regulation of geoengineering - / July 2008


...etc. It goes way, way back, all this stuff. It's too much to even go over. I've read it all. But most folk can't be bothered or have the time. But that's what you're living through is a massive system of control.


And then you have, let me see here, what else have I got here... I've got… Let's go back to a guy who definitely was hailed, they always give you your heroes, even though they’re monsters some of them. But it is interesting to read, and remind yourself of things, people who really were part of what was called the Empire, the world Empire system, it's still on the go, big time, it's closer to it than ever before.  Bertrand Russell who talked about…


The Impact of Science on Society – Bertrand Russell


You've got to try to remember that, you know, don't overdose yourself with data. As I say, there's so much data, conflicting data thrown at you all the time. But understand what's important. To you. Most folk don't care. They really have been domesticated and they believe that, well, there's always specialists taking care of us.  Well, when did that become part of democracy? You know, specialists taking care of all your… of everything? Really?  Is that what you are, a perpetual child, you're being taken care of?  Did you give them permission to have all your rights to take care of yourself taken away from you? Every statement demands a question. So here we have, what he said, what Russell said, right.  His whole agenda too, was there was just too many of the wrong people, blah blah blah blah blah. Same thing. On page 50 he says…


The Impact of Science on Society, page 50 – Bertrand Russell


Fichte laid it down that education should aim at destroying free will,


(A:  I'll repeat that for the hard of thinking...)


Fichte laid it down that education should aim at destroying free will, so that, after pupils have left school, they shall be incapable, throughout the rest of their lives, of thinking or acting otherwise than as their schoolmasters would have wished. But in his day this was an unattainable ideal: what he regarded as the best system in existence produced Karl Marx.


(A:  I'd actually say it produced more than just Karl Marx, hm.  Here today we're told what you see isn't real, it's something else, and you'd better go along with it.  Hm.  Anyway, it says…)


In future such failures are not likely to occur where there is dictatorship.


(A:  You see, you're really under a form of dictatorship. If you don't have a say in anything, and you'd better obey, obey, obey, and don't say what you think and don't say what you see, you're forbidden to... you're not in a democracy, folks. So he says, really, it's a form of dictatorship. Of course, it is. It doesn't matter if it's an oligarchy or whatever of scientists, it's still a dictatorship type of system. It is dictated to you, ordered. You see?  And they'll use…)


Diet, injections, and injunctions will combine, from a very early age, to produce the sort of character and the sort of beliefs that the authorities consider desirable, and any serious criticism of the powers that be will become psychologically impossible. Even if all are miserable, all will believe themselves happy, because the government will tell them that they are so.


(A:  You're happy, aren't you? Look at all the ads on TV, smiling faces everywhere, hm.)


A totalitarian government with a scientific bent might do things that to us would seem horrifying.


(A:  Then he goes into the Nazis who were eugenicists, and they praised Britain and they praised the US and the Rockefeller boys and so on and the Cold Springs Harbor science labs, etc. They used all their techniques, actually put them into effect, [Alan chuckles.] openly, more openly, I'd say, and eugenics of course.)


The Nazis were more scientific than the present rulers of Russia, and were more inclined towards the sort of atrocities than I have in mind.


(A:  That ‘I have in mind’… This is, in other words, he's thinking of doing, right?  [Alan scoffs.]  So…)


The Nazis were more scientific than the present rulers of Russia, and were more inclined towards the sort of atrocities than I have in mind. They were said — I do not know with what truth — to use prisoners in concentration camps as material for all kinds of experiments, some involving death after much pain.


(A: By the way, if you… It's amazing how they always hammer on Germany even though the Germans copied it all, as I say, from Britain, and the eugenicists, and the Darwinian groups too, that are still on the go, the actual eugenics groups that change their names, they're still on the go, and the groups in America. It's just astonishing, isn't it. So, the loser always gets hammered. And Julian Huxley had to reinvent the term for eugenics because he was, he didn't even hesitate to carry on with the whole eugenics agenda after World War II.)


(A: So anyway, he says that the Soviets didn't have the same kind of scientific abilities or whatever, but he says, that's what they would use. As you're all, think you're happy, because a totalitarian government will tell you so... Do you understand, you are in a sci-fi? If you haven't read Acres of Skin you should read it. It's pretty, it's a modern book about all the prisoners used in American prisons and elsewhere for medical experiments. They injected cancer cells into them and all kinds of things. It's quite, quite a read the for those who can handle it. And this is in so-called peace time. So he talks about all this experimentation on humans in camps…)


They were said — I do not know with what truth — to use prisoners in concentration camps as material for all kinds of experiments, some involving death after much pain. If they had survived, they would probably have soon taken to scientific breeding. Any nation which adopts this practice will, within a generation, secure great military advantages.


(A:  I mean, they're talking about literally genetic manipulations and eventually what they used to call test-tube-babies and out-of-the-womb children and all this kind of stuff. And it says here…)


 . . . secure great military advantages.


(A:  So you would create... What do you think all those X Files and stuff came from, hey, just somebody made that up? It was about all the possibilities that scientists had envisaged, long ago, as they sat there on their big tables discussing things they could work towards. And how could they create the super soldiers? There's lots of articles over many years about super soldiers, how to create super soldiers… and even how to take away their complete, any kind of fear they might have, just literally silence that part of the brain where fear resides in them, things like that. Remember, the whole point is to win, for those who rule.)


(A:  So he talks about ‘great military advantages.’ I'll put up an article too about China, that's been more open I think really, has gone ahead with a lot of this kind of testing of, they created a purpose-made person basically. Again, I could go on forever with these… EACH area I'm talking about here is just almost endless with data now. But it says here…)


The system, one may surmise, will be something like this: except possibly in the governing aristocracy, all but 5 per cent of males and 30 per cent of females will be sterilized.


(A:  This is the great Bertrand Russell. I mean, he was all for this kind of thing.)


The 30 per cent of females will be expected to spend the years from eighteen to forty in reproduction, in order to secure adequate cannon fodder.


(A:  Breed youngsters for military, for war.)


As a rule, artificial insemination will be preferred to the natural method.


And of course, Brave New World was already written before that, I think, before this book came out. This is just one little excerpt from it, his book, Bertrand Russell, the great Bertrand Russell. The guy who literally said that anyone who was selected to join the ruling groups of scientists, for instance, and you wouldn't leave if they were from a lower-class…  He was pretty quite open about how he saw people. If they wouldn't leave their own class behind them, and families and that, and become one of them, and meaning secrecy and working towards something, he said they'd have to be literally eliminated because they'd have the understanding of what's going on and the ability to communicate to other people. Russell was a vastly different person than… Again, why do you think they become such a hero for… a hero for what?  Because he was against nuclear war and so on? 


You see, the elite always say there's too many people, these are the causes of war, that's what they say. It goes on and on and on. And it's well understood that the countries that were reducing their populations, very successfully, don't get any thanks for it.  And your own governments have pushed it for years and years, and generations, just opened up the floodgates now to mass migration. So obviously there's something else at work here, isn't there? Obviously. Of course there is. 


It's an old agenda.  They’re rather open about it at the top, you're the problem, all of you. And they're dealing with it as far as they're concerned. Again, they take 10-year plans, 50-year plans, 100-year plans for different parts of the project. The UN does the same thing if you notice. And of course, the Soviet system used the same technique for different aspects of their policies to be implemented. That's how it works.


So you're living through an incredible system that the public have a hard time understanding because they are so brainwashed, incredibly well brainwashed. You can do more effective brainwashing to a five-year-old's mind by showing them videos, altered, of whatever it happens to be.  Even a deforestation or a clear-cut thing that was done in the 1940s and say, oh well, this is what they've done yesterday. And nothing, oh my God, they’re destroying nature. And the music is behind it and there's a woman's voice, generally, narrating and it's soft and ddhhh-ddhhh-ddhhh.  And the music comes in and the music is bom-bom, bom-bom, bom-bom.  And you’re sitting, chewing your fingernails.  And that will never leave them, the imprint will always be there. And they’ll do anything to save the planet because they just saw the whole planet didn't have a tree left on it, you know, in this video, hm.


It's just too easy. The emotion, emotional impact, using more senses than ever, you know, they've talked that they can even add the smell to video, not just auditory and visual, things like that, it has more of a fixing of the impact in your mind and it fixes it in your mind.


Anyway, I've prattled on about too much and I didn't even want to go into that area. But it's still eugenics, as I say. Everything that's happening now is to do with eugenics and the big, big plan. It's very old. It's talked about quite openly in their own groups and clubs and so on. But as I say, whatever you're given for reality is nonsense. It's nonsense. You're never getting the real reasons for anything, never. Because you wouldn't be happy and you might protest. And if you want to manage animals, you don't spook the animals, do you? A shepherd doesn't go in and say I fancy some mutton tonight and just grab one of the sheep in the pen there, you know, and kill it in front of the rest of them.  He'll try to get it out as quietly as possible and far away from them.  That's how you manage domesticated animals.  It's quite easy.


Anyway, I hope I haven't been too depressing for you. Remember, you can buy the books and discs or donate to me. You'll find out how to do it on my website. Remember, my websites are the official sites and that's the only ones you can actually order from. Anyone else doing it, it's not my site at all. So, for orders or donations definitely go to Because I've had con people doing that before, using my name [Alan chuckles.]  and doing amazing things.  It's quite a world we live in, isn't it?  But there you are. So you can help me tick along by donating at least  You'll find out how to do it there.  Remember too, you can use checks, or cash even, or the various other methods to send a few pennies here or there.


So take care of yourselves, from Alan Watt from Ontario, Canada, it's good night and may your God or your gods go with you.


Topics of show covered in following links:


The Impact of Science on Society p. 50


George Orwell - The Freedom of the Press - Orwell's Proposed Preface to ‘Animal Farm’


US5003186A - Stratospheric Welsbach seeding for reduction of global warming


On the regulation of geoengineering / July 2008


Developing an International Framework for Geoengineering / 10 March 2010


U.N. urged to freeze climate geo-engineering projects / 21 Oct 2010


Why won't the UK make the sun shine for the Olympics? / 18 July 2012


Aluminum poisoning of humanity and Earth’s biota by clandestine geoengineeringactivity: implications for India


Climate Geoengineering Governance


SPICE - Stratospheric Particle Injection for Climate Engineering



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