Mar. 24, 2019 (#1713)

"Cutting Through the Matrix" with Alan Watt

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Hi folks, I'm Alan Watt and this is Cutting Through The Matrix on March 24, 2019.  I hope you're still all ticking along okay and surviving the massive changes that are underway. Because it's in the air. You feel… I always go by the observations of authors down through time basically, and some of them like HG Wells, that worked for the big system of course, he did say that when World War II was coming along, he said it was in the air, you could feel it, everybody could feel it.  You get the senses of change. It's almost like you suspect there's whispering going on somewhere... or you might sus… Or you don't hear it but you suspect it's around you somewhere. It's almost like that kind of feeling you get when the big changes are happening.  Because we move through life now in planned stages and these stages are really, really, incredibly well-planned.


Getting back to the old revolutionary ideas of Albert Pike and he said, they never start a premature revolution. You've got to prepare the groundwork. You've got to get everything planned out. You get all the different contacts, the people involved, and support of all kinds, all done beforehand, before you'd even start the first move.  It's quite something when you go into al the characters down through time that are all connected. Because Pike supposedly trained Mazzini for the World Revolutionary Party. And Mazzini was a good friend of the mother of Bertrand Russell. Isn't that something, 'eh.  She had a lot of these people as visitors to her home often. It's just astonishing how they all... It's like a small world in some places, isn't it?  With perpetual forms of revolution.


But getting back to what I was going to say actually was, this thing’s in the air. We do see the big massive changes. But they come in chunks in a sense, almost in chunks, planned chunks, and you suddenly notice things that maybe you should have noticed over the past few months or year or whatever. But you'll suddenly see them in front of you.  And you'll see the memes of course and the themes that are pushed by media.


And the media is so centralized today, they all have the same stories.  And the stories are just opinions generally or else they're soap operas. But they all have them at the same time. We've had that for years, of course. But it's a centralized form of media control. Whoever controls the media of course controls what you're going to hear every day or read every day for news. And news of course doesn't mean it's the truth. It just means it's information.  And you can make up a lot of gibberish and it’s still information. It might be gibberish information, but it's information. Data, in other words, I've talked about this before, we’re getting more and more and more of it all the time now. Because it's like a distraction as opposed to… And it is a distraction. It's meant to keep you away from looking into what on earth is really going on as we go through these massive changes.


Well, we’re global, we know that, we know we’re global. And we know we've been global for quite a long time. And we know that our vote really hasn’t counted at all for...I would say my whole lifetime.  [Alan laughing.]  I don't bother voting anyway.   But we get clues of it down through time in our own lifetimes too. We get the clues from big players actually that help with the culture, of where it's going to go. And it's not because they have a crystal ball there and they look into it and smoke some pot and start imagining things. They are part of teams that help to plan the future.  The future… You go into the futurist societies and you'll see the incredible funding they get from the same well-established foundations that fund so many armies of nongovernmental organizations, that they even write the curricula for different universities and schools and so on through UNESCO.  It's astonishing how they're all networked, and there's thousands of organizations, well-funded. Like a super bureaucracy you might say across the planet. Massive.


I always thought, well, that's really what true socialism is. Remember, it's ‘rule by councils’.  And under the utopian type of idea of what even Marxism, they would have rule by councils.  ‘Soviet’ means ‘rule by councils’.  It never happened to work out that way in the Soviet Union.  But behind what they told you they were all about… Of course, they had a more totalitarian system, which always comes through a centralized governmental system that has to ram its agenda down the throats of everybody. They don't tolerate time, they don't bother with time to condition you.  They get it done fast with threats and fear and all the rest of it. 


We've been living through the most successful form of it for... before you were born actually, before you were alive, and before you were gleam in your daddy's eyes, they say, we've been living through this system. And the system has many different names.  Just like Winston Churchill when he came out in Parliament and lambasted what he called ‘this group’ that had been running the British Empire for a long time, and interfering in its affairs, and even promoting different wars and skirmishes in different countries and things like that. What he was referring to was the Lord Alfred Milner group because they use different names even then.  And it's hard to… They had a lot of different clubs belonging to it, you see, specialized groups, but they would keep their own name pretty secretive. So if you would talk about one, you didn't realize it was connected to all the rest. Interlocking circles, you see, and it's your circles of friends and you're circles of acquaintances and circles of clubs, as professor Quigley talked about too.


So you see, this system runs all sides of things. The dialectic. Some of them, their writers even boast about it. I've mentioned it before, you can't get change without taking what you want to change, knowing where you want to take it, so you create its opposition. Then you have the dialogue between the opposition and what exists.  Then you have your synthesis.  Thesis, antithesis, and then synthesis. And from there you go on to the next stage. Now, the synthesis is the problem and you want to go to the next step, so you get opposition to that to change it again.


And it's rapid change, some of them called it rapid plans, or accelerated evolution, of everything, society, everything. And it's pretty well been happening your whole life long. Planned that way.  To let things happen by themselves in society, it will probably never happen actually. Or if it did, it would take many more centuries to happen that way.  We live in a very, very planned and organized society. As I say, you go into the futurist’s writings, the incredible money that's thrown at them. Because they have members that are the tops of so many think tanks, of education, psychology, behaviorism and so on, and they all advise your governments across the planet. Working together.  I can remember too that Quigley said so many times that they’re often mistaken, his group that he belonged to the CFR/Royal Institute of International Affairs, they were often confused with communists and called communist, and he said that, it's because our goals are so similar to it. It's a planned form of socialist control.  A scientific socialism, it's better to call it that.  The step the Soviet system never quite could get to, scientific socialism. 


…the kind, really, that Aldous Huxley talked about because he realized very early on actually the way it would go with Brave New World. That's why he wrote the book.  He thought about that whole thing for many years before he wrote the book in the 1930s, of the planned society where literally everything to do with society, the division of labor and so on, was scientifically managed. Human beings were genetically engineered and born from artificial wombs. All the supposedly defects were brought out of them. And defects could be argumentative behavior, for instance, that would be all removed by selective genes. Of course, they would have their perfect blueprint basically for subsequent generations once they perfected one and you could just clone them and clone them and so on, then have them born in test tubes. That was the idea of it. Or mixed in test tubes and born in artificial wombs.  [Alan laughing.]


So anyway, here we are.  We look at all this stuff... and I've got so many articles I've saved over many, many years, of artificial, starting with artificial insemination of course, then the gene manipulation. Many years ago. And every government’s been involved in this kind of stuff for so long that they'll never ever disclose all their works until, for another 50, 100 years.  Because that's how things are done, in 100 year’s time no one cares. And what you'll be in 100 years, you have completely no interest in anyway, you'll be so far beyond here, beyond the now.


But anyway, Huxley saw all this coming in. He knew that the division of labor, that's one of the big things, you see, in a socialist society, the intelligentsia should manage the system.  Huxley referred to a dominant minority at the very top of his system in his talks with Mike Wallace and other people. He said that, there's always been a dominant minority and he didn't see any reason why it would ever fade away. So you'd have a dominant minority, but amongst the minority he's talking about, you have the monied managed system.  In Brave New World there was no mention of money or anything like that, there was maybe little extra perks and so on for your status. But everybody was fed. You had your drugs supplied, your Soma, to keep you happy. And no one was really bored, there was lots, there was nothing you couldn't have material wise. You could have everything, all the toys, fun and everything else. And no one worried about it.  So it's pretty well been heavily managed.  But the thing was, because you were created to be a worker of some kind, under the alpha plus type, you would still be programmed basically through genetically programing for a specific function.


It's really fascinating to see it, because this is an ancient, ancient, ancient idea, going way back, thousands of years.  And the socialist system itself is the same, for those who don't understand it, the perennial philosophy as they call it and so on.  It's the right of those who understand, or those who know, meaning in the groups that they've joined, intelligentsia too, that they have the right to rule over the lesser beings. Plato talked about it an awful lot. He came up with his book The Republic, and in The Republic he had a stratified society of experts, basically, who would breed, for themselves. This is the precursor to Brave New World but it's been a kind of handbook and something they've toyed with for many, many, many centuries.


Because Plato said in The Republic they would have a guardian class at the top, who'd only breed amongst themselves.  Then you'd have ones down below and you'd even breed your soldiers, they would mix women and men, awfully interesting, really, and here we are today with the same thing going on. And there's way more.  I think if they breed at all they might even get eventually grants, if they do breed in the military with other people in the military and have offspring and so on. Until you have a military class. So you had all these different classes, specially bred in Plato's Republic, and how to manage them all, etc, etc.


Then you jump to today where you have, you're still living with Brave New World, and we're going through it rapidly, rapidly so with the centralization of all the systems.  We have our specialized classes that we don't vote for who are going to be more scientifically tyrannical, humph, than the previous classes. Believe it or not.


I look at history differently from most people. I see the beauty amongst people themselves.  In all generations. Everywhere. Because it's the little moments alone or with a few people in the country or whatever, or on a beautiful day and you see the grass going, it's these kind of things that stick in your mind. Not concrete buildings. At least it is for me. And these things are just, they're just fantastic, you know they're fantastic, they're very… you can almost put them in the category of being holy because you'll never forget them. You open up to something way beyond yourself.  And you don't need a TV to do it, you don't need a computer. You just open your eyes and smell the air and listen to the birds and look around, and that's it, you see.  But these will stick with you, even if you are dumped in a concrete jungle eventually.


So what they're doing in the managed society, they don't see you as an individual. They really don't.  Even though I've got stacks of stuff from them themselves from the educational departments on the fact that they admit amongst themselves that they have problems... Because under, by really ramming home, and that's what I mean by big leaps forward all the time that you suddenly catch on to, and it's all around you, it's in the air, it's actually getting manifested… You're seeing, like, for instance, the huge move for getting children, across the planet, all organized of course by adults [Alan chuckles.] to appear on television everywhere, we demand this, and we demand that, and sustainability and nature and vegetarianism and all these things and so on. And that's all done by adults and special groups way above them. Of course, it is. But it also takes complicity of the media that's centralized as well, and probably owned by the same people eventually at the top and run it all.  But it's to convince everybody else who's an observer, a passive observer, that this seems natural, and well, if they all agree about, well, maybe it should be that way, you see. It's so easy to do, isn't it?


So easy to do when they can show you anything, tell you what to think about it, and then you come to the conclusion that's already been designed for you to come to.  Marketers have professionals, and behaviorists and psychologists, working with them in linguistics, who know exactly, and psycholinguistics, they can take you exactly, lead you through step-by-step through a little conversation, until you'll definitely, definitely arrive at the conclusion they want you to have, maybe even for life. 


But no one… You see, if you had a truly free society you would be taught this very thing. And you would be taught to be awfully wary of all stuff out there, and to question everything. That would be a free society. That would be freeing up the individual, truly. Wouldn't it?  So you don't fall for everything.


Huxley said it himself, that there are techniques of persuasion being used, or sciences he's talking about, and he said, who could persuade people to do things that possibly would be unwise for them to accept. If they really understood it, you see.  So we’re going in, we're in basically that system already. You can't listen to a lecture today on history, in any country, that doesn't have the same persuasive techniques of making everybody in every country guilty for things they never did.  And maybe more in some countries, because that's the technique now.  In every profession people will sell out to keep their jobs. But then they become a change agent. You are change agents when you're not teaching a science anymore. You're actually doing social engineering. And making people feel guilty about things is definitely social engineering. 


It's really so top-heavy that you couldn't get up in the ranks of anything, in the taxpayer-funded system, and that's the key to it really too, this super massive bureaucracy, a real Soviet living on the taxpayer, living awfully well off the taxpayer, all these different professions, and managing us all.  You couldn't get up there if you had any opinions contrary to literally the religion of socialism, this new scientific socialism that they have the right to tell people what to do, what to think, what to say, what not to say, what to even see. That's where it is already.


And it's so sad, that, to see people cave-in.  It doesn't surprise me, I've seen people cave-in before.  I've seen in whistleblower situations where people will back off, people that you know, because they're terrified of losing their job.  And you become a leper, until you're exonerated, and then you're a hero for a little while, then they're all around you.  But they would never come near you to back you up at the time. That's human nature, you see.  And I understand it, I understand what fear is. Fear is a terrible thing.  And power has always used fear on the people. Always.  The past is a horror show as far as I'm concerned. Most of it. Not all of it, as I say, there are the occasional moments when you're in the country or whatever it happens to be, they're fantastic.


But the rest of it, when you look down through history, it's a horror show. Absolute horror show. At least it was in Britain. For me.  It was just a particular age group, and 10 years later the system changed again into the kinder system as they called it, and then I think in the 1980s they started giving credit cards out for the first time amongst the people and they could start buying things they could never get before.  But up until then it was just... austerity. Right through from really World War I right through. And I think before World War I too.  The people really didn't have much. They still had poorhouses, you know. They didn't have a welfare system. 


And they had the free-trade system going by the same people, [Alan chuckles.] meaning clubs and agencies like the Royal Institute of International Affairs, before they called themselves that of course.  But they had the same, it's the same group, with free trade. And of course, the people in it all were members of big corporations that happened to profit awfully well off free-trade, and they helped planned society and the whole future of the world, right to the present time.


Again, going back to Plato, the division of labor, and then you get into Brave New World where you literally have, it's beyond Marxism, you literally have the creation of the types of humans for each type of labor, until you have the ones at the very bottom that aren't too bright at all, bred that way specially for their menial tasks and repetitive, boring tasks.  So we're in it. We are in it.


But when you read academia, through their papers and lectures and so on, it's so in-your-face, there's no hiding it at all, really. And because it's all, all the terms you're hearing, sustainability, global warming and then climate change, and all the other things they brought into it, overpopulation, it's right out there, they're saying it all now, saying it all, and the borderless society, etc.  To take the heat off the countries that are, I mean, heat, overpopulation of the countries that are flooding out, they say that 40% of the world's food supply, that's what they say, will have to be used for Africa, the whole of Africa in a few years time. All the scary scenarios, you see.


So the borderless world... Planned. No one got to vote on it.  It just happened. It's like it was a page turning, though, wasn't it?  And then you're wondering, why mass migration?  But no one says, this is the change. Well, from officialdom, from government that is, no one has said it's to change the whole of society.  The whole system changes.  It's a new system we're in obviously.  And I mean we are all in it, it is global. And it won't be giving preference of any kind to any group eventually as they flatten everything out down through the years.


But it’s planned that way. It was planned before I was born. And that's the key to it, they needed world wars, they said that.  HG Wells said it, they needed the big wars to make nations give up their sovereignty. They said that. And then after World War I, he went on a roll, he boasted about the League of Nations and he says, oh, this is so wonderful now, bureaucrats in departments in Britain and France and so on and all the countries can all talk to each other and bypass the politicians. So the bureaucrats could all run the whole planet and the politicians would be eventually phased out, that was the idea of it.  And when it didn't, when folk weren't quite ready to give up their sovereignty, he said, we need another war. Another war. And they got it. 


So you've got to understand, there are, there have been people for generations at the very least and probably even older, but for generations who've planned this. They're often mistaken for communists.  And they work with communists.  That is, again, Carol Quigley said, as long as they're all on the same agenda, the same role, the same general role, they'll go along with it all and they'll all work for it.


So all sides are controlled, as I say, by the same capstone it seems. But it's astonishing to see it all manifest openly in writing, and what they're teaching them in universities in all specialized departments.  Right down to psychology departments where they talk about the necessity of accepting a form of difference between individuals. You see, they don't want to see you as individuals.  You're lumped into IQ levels basically and socioeconomic status, etc. That's how they lumped us all in, categorized us through polls and God knows what else.  All through your life, from the day that you went to kindergarten, all the way through your life, the data on you is extraordinary. And terrifying, really. 


But now they're realizing, because to get all this agenda through amongst the, who's the heaviest targeted group in globalism at the moment with sustainability and global warming, climate change and the death of millions of species, blah blah blah blah blah, of animals and plants and all that propaganda? Who has been targeted? Because they have to be the future leaders. The children.  So in academia they have, they're admitting they have to treat it a bit differently with the children. Because the one thing that they didn't figure out when they're indoctrinating all the children, that there will be a future generation that will never question global warming or sustainability or climate change or anything, is that their hope... And the destruction of religion by the way, in the Western countries, definitely for the traditional religions, gone.  Eventually I guess they'll catch all the other ones too.  It'll take a little bit of time but that's what they plan. But what they've got is nihilism now.


They didn't count on nihilism being… They thought all the alternate gadgetry and the transfiction and addiction to cell phones and tablets, etc. would keep them going. But they found out there's nihilism now, with all the bad news of the future, oh my God, overpopulation, and everything is dying and all that nonsense. Which it isn't, you know. Then you find that, yeah, you got nihilism and depression amongst children now. And suicides.  So they're coming out with all kinds of strategies under various categories and one of them is called hope, trying to get, instill hope, along with the propaganda, to keep the children going, so they'll grow up without being totally nihilistic. 


And they themselves, by the way, once you give them reasons that, almost like a religion, it will overcome, it can overcome all these problems but remember that humans are the heart of the problem… Well, I tell you, I can see they'd be utterly ruthless, those children when they grow up if they're given this kind of hope.  [Alan laughing.]   Because it will be a religion then and they'll be ruthless to anyone who doesn't tolerate the propaganda.  It's already in the air, again, in this day and age, as we know. It's way past the point of dissuasion as far as I'm concerned because most of the public have never even been informed that this has even been going on, this big war type propaganda battle by a very old agenda.


And I can see different sides of it too.  I understand why so many people after world wars jumped on the bandwagon, like Bertrand Russell on his side to ban war. Because of the incredible destruction, incredible destruction of human life and everything, and resources, for mass slaughter, it's beyond comprehension. Really. And it does make you wonder why on earth would they go on so long? They definitely had, they could've stopped the World War I very quickly, actually.  They could have avoided it, in fact. And even the overtures to end it within about a year were all ignored. All ignored.  And then after World War II, the same thing.


And Britain had rationing, official rationing with ration cards right up into the 1950s, 1953 or 1954 I think it was. And then after that they didn't have the money, after all of the massive taxation for the debts, to even by a decent food or anything. So that whole generation born in that time period have got all kinds of health problems.  And their children too.  The next generation are taller and a bit healthier looking. But the ones who went through the rationing from World War I right through, the Great Depression, and into World War II and beyond all suffered incredibly.


This is all part of a big agenda. A big agenda. Do you understand?  And so is the slaughtering of people across the planet a big agenda.  So don't be fooled, for goodness’ sake, by the wonders that will come out it once we make peace on the planet. At what cost? They went into Gulf War One, remember, and they plundered the oil fields, the same people that sat on the big boards of these big agencies that I'm talking about as CEOs and top contractors, etc.  There's always another side of whatever you are fed. Always.  And most folk never think of flipping it over to see it.


But as I say, when I go into these different groups basically that are getting so heavily funded for behaviorism and psychology, it's terrifying to look at, just one after another.  It isn't just papers one after the other by so-and-so and so-and-so. It's the study groups and the think tanks they end up belonging to and working with, with governmental departments and faculties… and again, this strange phenomenon, which again came out of the same group, the Royal Institute of International Affairs, the World Bank, the Bank for International Settlements, the IMF, and all the other power structures we have across the planet, all the central banking systems… and technocrats of course from technocracy, that are appointed over everything. This is what technocracy really was to be about, appointing people over social control systems. And money is a social control system. And the lack of it is too.  [Alan chuckles.] You soon realize that when you don't have any.  But it's also a tremendous power policy because those who lend the money can deny it, in any country across the world.  Even if they’re starving or in famine or whatever, they can, it can be denied… unless they accept specific social policies that are mandated to them along with the loan.  It's power, isn't it. It's all power.


But again, that's what George Orwell knew. He was a, he fought on the socialist side in the Spanish war. He caught on that, what they thought the brothers that they had, because the propaganda in Britain was awfully good, they were brothers for the Communists that were coming in, and when he realized what the Communists were really like, eventually he was hunted and he got out just in time. Because they were assassinating competition, they didn't want what they called British type socialism, they wanted their own communism running the world basically. That was the idea behind it at the time.  So he escaped it. But he understood the dangers of even socialism. And when he got back and told them what was happening, in socialist clubs in Britain, they turned their back on him.  He'd been a hero beforehand and now they turn their back on him. Because he literally showed a different side of it than had been informed to the public, and they really didn't like that.


And they also complained, even right to the present you find so many academic writings about Blair/Orwell right to the, and Huxley too, in universities. Because they're always churning out more philosophers or whatever it happens to be, or different world manager types, really, who all do their little papers on these people of the past. And they're forever ever breaking down the enigma of Orwell because he wouldn't go along with the sexual, the open sexual new morality of the socialism they wanted, the abandon, the old idea that HG Wells was about, what was free love everywhere and the state would take care of the problems.  But Orwell wasn't for that. He still had clung to a traditional form of having a mate and family and all that kind of stuff. So they thought that was just terrible.  In other words, he wasn't a true socialist or he would be the same, you see, that's what they thought.  So they tried to pick and pick and pick, if you just don't conform completely to what they want. It's never changed.   


But you'll find the same, you don't need the terms even in academia of people saying they're a socialist, you can tell by the fact they're going along with it all.  The whole world agenda is to be controlled by experts and they decide what an expert is. And they also can decide what a problem is to have the experts. Yeah, oh, there's a problem, we need experts for this problem. So they create, or they say they creates the problems and that's it. It's just too easy to propagandize their agenda without ever explaining to the public the other side. There's always another side of everything, another side, like climate change.  Obviously.  And climate change, they've said over and over, is their excuse they jumped on basically to force the public to accept the need for them to be in charge of it, specialists to be in charge of it all, and give up all your rights and freedoms. It's fascinating, really.  But as I say, it's scary.  Meanwhile, what you're given as an antidote to it all, is just the propaganda from the media. That's not an antidote anything. It's gossip.


If folk haven't figured out that this incredible farce in Britain with BREXIT is literally a soap opera for the public. Will she leave, won't she leave, will she leave, won't she leave, back and forth back and forth. For how many years now?  And it’s still going on.  And then you have Donald Trump, did he collude with Russia or not collude with Russia, back and forth back and forth, for what, two years now?  What a soap. What a soap.  And I know that there will be a massive, the final push, it'll be a push for sure, because they want to get into a few enemies left in the Middle East there.  And they've been building up the soldiers and reserves and so on, and quietly training, quietly training and strategizing, etc. Of course, it has been, they've been doing that, because he promised to do that, he'd get rid of it all.


But the thing is, you're getting a soap, aren't we, we're getting an incredible soap opera... that you can't believe… you hope you don't believe it. Do you really believe they took his cell phone away once because he kept tweeting?  Do you really believe this rubbish? Do you? He doesn't even do his own tweets. None of them. They're not sitting hooked to the phone like the rest of the population, like the children.


Anyway, we are being managed awfully well now.  But in academia it's fascinating to see how each department, each topic is now sanitized in certain ways. And often even the good stuff is taken out, the decent stuff is taken out and padded with stuff to make people dislike other people. It really is, it's weaponized.  Getting the truth today is like what George Orwell said, even speaking the truth, it can be taken as an act of treason. It really can.  He said something, just to paraphrase, something like, to say the truth in a time of universal deceit is akin to, could be taken as or is akin to treason basically by the state. And we're pretty well there now.


You can see the intolerance if you simply question, just ask a simple naïve question, without an opinion behind it.  You want to know something, you ask a question, you can actually sense that you're not supposed to go there, by an angry type of, it's almost like, schoolteacher techniques that you maybe remember from your early schooling, your primary schooling. Because that's how they would be at times.  You'd be quite naïve about things, and if they didn't want you to ask questions in a certain area, it was a hostile face and a grimace they'd put on at times. 


You understand why adults would act to children that way, but why would adults act towards adults that way too? That doesn't bode well. It really doesn't. Because as I say, fear can motivate people who want to keep their jobs, and who will be placed over you.  Fear can motivate them to be really nasty to you. Really.  As I say, it's just like whistleblowers where they'll dessert you, all your friends, if you're right.  And if there's any threats come from whatever force it is, they'll dessert you. It's a fear, terror technique used by authorities down through the centuries, many centuries. Many centuries.


You know that in Britain, the same in Scotland, for instance, as an example, they had these dingy prisons.  Dingy. And you can be locked up in prison for anything at all, really. You had, you are in a system where they already had monopoly power, from merchants.  Everything the people needed went through the merchants. The merchants would also be town mayors or city mayors and they would give out licenses for even selling and retailing stuff.  They controlled everything. For those who don't understand it.  The ministers, they would appoint the ministers, their own ministers to the local churches to keep the people behaving themselves, for instance, if they were getting a bit restless or too many grievances about... starving, for instance. Everything was so controlled.  They don't teach it much in the history books either, but when they had the Irish famine on the go, or in the same period, and they were clearing, already clearing, it wasn't just the Highlands of Scotland, they were clearing the lowlands too and exporting folk across the world. 


But yeah, if you were accused of anything a justice of the peace, an appointed justice of the peace would have you condemned basically. You were put in a dungeon with no windows. Someone would have to, some charity or whatever would have to find a couple of shillings to get you bread. And if you couldn't get that you starved, in the prison you starved to death awaiting trial. And then you had your brief little trial, back to the JP again and then whatever the sentence was, it was just carried out.


It was a horrific system. The guy who is in charge of, the jailer type, he got extra fees and bribes for feeding the prisoners, from passersby, by relatives and whatever.  The hangman, each town and city had a hangman.  And sometimes called the staffman, because he was given a staff for his power, that was his symbol.  And he would also nail people, if you were a bit deaf and you didn't hear someone order, he could do anything with you, he could put a nail through your ear and nail you to the wall.  That's the cruelty that existed in the 1800s right pretty well up to the early 1900s in fact, into it, actually, and it certainly did.


So it was a horror show.  Absolute horror show. Most folk had very little or no education at all.  So it was easy for a centralized clique of educated to rule things. Very simple. And live in a very luxurious lifestyle.  Because as I say, everything that you needed to survive was monopolized, from raw resources up to finished products by monopoly powers. And in the 1800s they had their weavers that basically, there were head weavers and small cottagers that had their livelihood depending on wool, etc. Then the big boys would import this stuff from other countries and dump it.  Because free trade has always been used by those who monopolize and if they can get it cheap somewhere else, they'll dump it on you and things like that.  So everybody can get put out of business, agriculture and so on.  But when they had the corn wars too, and folk needed decent food, and they had no money or hardly any money, they refuse to allow it basically into the country at one point, from abroad from America that had charitable organizations, in the 1800s.  The British government would have it stopped because they were getting lobbied by the big, the merchant bankers. 


And merchant bankers in those days had colonies across the planet. They exported a lot of the prisoners as slaves to Botany Bay and different places.  And guaranteed to die.  And the Americas too.  So crime did pay for those who run the system. They invented lots of crime, like starving, you steal a loaf of bread to feed yourself.  There was no compassion back then, that was it.  It was just horrible. People who are in the same classes of them were terrified to help them. Because it was almost like contam... if you were seen with them you'd be under the same scrutiny, you see. 


There's even a church in Scotland, it's a famous church, when they were clearing people off the land in the 1800s. And they had, they were, over it, replacing it with sheep!  Literally, you know, that was part of the clearances.  It was cheviot sheep that were bred down in the borderlands that could withstand the Highland climate. So they were just moving folk off and off and off.  And it's so horrific because in the Highlands they had genocide, for those who don't know it, there was genocide, ordered genocide after Culloden in 1746.  The troops went through the whole of the Highland's and anybody connected to anybody they claimed was involved in it, whole families were wiped out, children and all. There's been no inquiry about that, ever.  And then the rest of them that were left, they use for the military. They gave them, let them wear the kilts. They even had a big manufacturer open up in Britain to supply the kilts, by the way, for Scottish regiments which they created, and they became the shock troops.  So the abused end up getting used across the planet to fight other wars that they didn't get anything from.  It's a horror show. Absolutely.


But believe you me, what I'm getting at too is, the fact that people who are terrified won't come to help.  What are you going to do when you see families living in a church yard, whose home has been burned down, to clear them out, and this is historical record, and even the minister won't let the families into the church to live while they find somewhere. You see, everyone was so terrified. If you help them, then they still have this memory, this recent memory of being classed as a terrorist and therefore these people were, they were nothing, they were scum, they had no money, blah blah blah, no property. People will condemn them and call them names before they'll come and help them.  That's a fear reaction when people do that. And it's so that they don't get connected with them and possibly they get their home burned down.  You see?


Horrific history. Truly horrific.  And people have been used and abused, used and abused right up, and they're still getting… I mean the troops today are living on a cocktail of drugs.  Because they can't give them even validation of a just war anymore. In the past there had to be a semblance of a reason for invading and fighting a people. But they can't even really put that across anymore, it's just so invalid.  So they give them all kinds of drugs afterwards… when they start to come to, and they're not in it anymore, and they're trying to figure out what it was for. And all the visions and pictures are literally engraved in their minds, come back to haunt them, all the people perhaps that they… well, they never knew them... all age groups and so on. And how you going to live with that, hey?


So they come up with even, remember the articles a few years ago, they could even put viruses into specific parts of the brain of the troops in the hope to eradicate literally the memory in those particular areas.  This is scientific tyranny we're in, folks.  We're in Brave New World. We are. And it's not finished. It's going to be a long show before it gets anywhere near completion. Technically it will never be completed, there's always the next step and the next step, and more progress, as they like to call it. And population reduction of course.


But we're not run by what you think are your politicians. That's kind of obvious when you really, really look into all the big global meetings.  The World Economic Forum, what on earth is the World Economic Forum?  Look into its website. It's through there that a lot of the funding goes to all these specialized areas of creating tomorrow's leaders, in all areas of life. Well, you're all taught to believe folk just sort of evolved themselves into leadership. No, they don't. They pick them for all areas. And that means they are trained and propagandized perfectly for the one agenda. But do they have minds of their own? Nope. They're completely, they'll see one avenue only and that's all they'll see.  They're guaranteed, they are the closest thing you'll get actually to a specially designed human being. At the moment, perhaps.


Now, I'll rush through a few stories here that might tie and might not tie in. Again, if I've prattled on again, I didn't mean to go this far with it all. But it's better than just reading off stories, isn't it? But, here's one here, as an example, to train you. A few years ago you had children coming forward from school, young children saying that they would volunteer to be sterilized rather than have children and be a problem to Mother Earth, etc.  And now it's, the pole system, awfully interesting, the poll system.  They are constantly, constantly checking all kinds of things in society, even have all the links to the organizations that are paid massive money to do it all for the universities and for advising governments.  But one is called…


No Thanks Cupid - 51% of young Americans are single - more than ever before, survey says / 22 Mar 2019


More than half (51 percent) of young people in America do not have a steady romantic partner, (Alan:  Well, we've known that since about the 60s, because it was pushed that way.)  according to new survey data.


It marks a significant increase since 2004 (A:  You see how… This is done every year, these studies, over and over and over, you see.  And it allows the ones who are pushing the cultural agenda insight into whether it's working, or whether they have to tweak something and so on, according to changing your opinion and your behavior and so on. That's how it's done. Anyway, it says…) when 33 percent of 18-35-year-olds reported being single, and slightly since 45 percent said the same in 2016.


The report, by the (A:  Now, here's an interesting, this is where you go for all these studies…)    General Social Survey, found it was the highest number of unattached people in that age group since the question was first asked in 1986.


(A:  They actually did it long before that for different organizations, not the same group though.)


Among all age groups, 35 percent of Americans said they have no steady partner, up slightly from 33 percent in 2016, according to The Washington Post.


'Most people my age aren't married, and I just have an outlier (of couples) in terms of my social group,' Ford Torney, of Baltimore told The Washington Post.


The 26-year-old said he does want a steady partner, but hasn't met the right person yet. In the meantime he sometimes feels left out in his circle of friends, who are mostly married or in long-term relationships.


(A:  Then they have other ones on women, what they think about it too. And they're the same of course.  And they call it...)


. . .'waithood'


(A:  …they're just waiting, waiting.  It's like Idiocracy, always waiting for the right one and so on. And it will never happen.)


American women who remain unmarried well into their 30s are in good company – and part of a growing global trend, (A:  You see, it's across… Everything that happens is global and pushed from the same organizations.) according to researchers.


From Indonesia to Egypt and everywhere in between, anthropologists and other experts (A:  You see, experts, Russell said, we'll train the public to believe in experts and not even think unless they have an expert opinion.) are hearing from women who are delaying marriage for a variety of reasons – including educational and career aspirations; financial hardship; and a desire to have more life experience before settling down.


The result could be shift in the way humanity thinks about love and commitment, according to


The delayed marriage phenomenon is called 'waithood' – a term coined in 2008 by Diane Singerman, an associate professor at American University in Washington D.C.


(A:  And they mention too, the high cost of marriage and, you know, etc. etc., blah blah blah blah blah.)


But anyway, that's all planned that way of course. Of course it is. Of course it is. And it's very hard now of course too, for anyone even to stay together. The more partners they have... And they know this.  They've known that from studies way, way before they even gave the sexual revolution in the 60s, from previous surveys in other countries like Germany and France of course in the roaring 20s, the culture was getting pushed then too. They know exactly, the more partners they have the less likely they'll ever settle down with anybody.  So there's nothing they don't know, really. Or how to even make something happen as well of course.


But they do mention economic reasons too. And of course, the economy is a reason they've pushed, even from the United Nations and different departments, UNESCO, that they can always put people off on having children by making it too expensive. So economics is a factor always, you see. But you can also make people want material things instead of having children. If you don't have children, and I think it's very true, I think it's true, everybody's learned that, that didn't have children, marriages tend to fall apart too.  It's a binding thing. It's more than just two people. And I think it's, well, it's nature, isn't it?  It is. For humans.


 [Alan laughing.]   I had to laugh...


'I am with you': President Trump signs executive order on free speech at college campuses - / 21 Mar 2019


I won't even go into that. Because college campuses have been denying free speech for [Alan chuckles.] it's getting worse and worse for over the last 30 years, I think.  And I'll put up a link to the...


General Social Survey


(A: do with what they're up to.)


The General Social Survey (GSS) is a sociological survey created and regularly collected since 1972 by the National Opinion Research Center at the University of Chicago. It is funded by the National Science Foundation. (A:  You have to connect all these things together because they're all part of the control system for the planet.)  The GSS collects information and keeps a historical record of the concerns, experiences, attitudes, and practices of residents of the United States.


But they do it for across the world too, of course.  It's quite interesting. But yeah, they've always got to check us and study us.


The millennials who REFUSE Marriage, Children

The millennials who REFUSE to ever get married: Woman, 26, insists she’ll never wed her partner in protest at 'sexist tradition' - and brands having children 'most selfish thing you can do' (A:  So THERE!) / 22 Mar 2019


And so they push this kind of thing.  And it will never work, the relationships will never work either, you can just tell it won't.  It won't. It can't. They tend to fall apart.  And there's many reasons. And they know at the top why they fall apart, it's not my opinion on it.


Now, a lot of the stuff to do with our food, and the altering, and the kind of bioengineering some folks say of the humans, because we're definitely changing physically, and shape wise and everything else. And it's what we are eating, it's one part of it for sure. We've had the bisphenol A scandal going on for years and years and years, then they changed it to bisphenol B I think now. And they say it's less dangerous and all that stuff, but I don't believe it. It's all the same. There's all kinds of phytoestrogens and xenoestrogens, etc. that you have intakes of. And these things really work like real hormones, and even worse than real hormones because they are synthetic basically a lot of them. Many of the other ones you take too, I mean, beer has got a lot of hops for instance. Hops is one of the highest things for artificial, for a natural substitute for estrogen. For those who don't know it. For all you guys that are drinking your beer all the time.




Weedkiller is removed from DIY store shelves after US court rules in cancer link case - / 20 Mar 2019


Of course, that's Roundup. And it won't really matter, it's not really won or anything. They always come back.  And Monsanto was bought over I think it was by Bayer, so they now own what's called, what was called Roundup, a series of herbicides and so on for agriculture. We all knew that for years. Plus, you can't get it out of the ground, for years. They found it in the grounds up to about 8 to 10 years after it's been applied once in the same areas. It's just incredible.


But yeah, this is not by accident, where big corporations go ahead and just push the stuff on us. And here's the other thing with Monsanto. I remember all the articles at the time reading them all, they refused, remember, to allow any independent investigation or any other science lab take apart their product. That was… And the government backed them on it! So you had to take their word all the studies that were done, were by them themselves, oh, it was perfectly fine.  We allow that!  We just... We put up with it though, don't we?... oh, they'd never give us anything to harm us... We're trained as children, hm.  Weedkiller is removed from DIY store shelves after US court rules in cancer link case… I don't think they'll actually win it even though they say that.


Another thing too, by the way, is monopoly power. You can't have monopoly, when you got monopoly, I mean, even any kind of monopoly, even education, because they'll monopolize opinion until you have no other opinions but what they say. But here's insulin, a lot of drugs are going out of sight and different kind of medications.


What's behind America’s insulin crisis / 18 Mar 2019


The price of the drug has increased exponentially, forcing desperate diabetics to ration supplies.


(A:  How can you ration supplies? It's not, you're not overdosing on insulin, you have to be awfully precise about it.  Hm?  If you ration it you're in trouble.)


Politicians and patients are demanding urgent action be taken to tackle America’s growing insulin crisis, which has seen the price of the lifesaving drug triple over the last decade.


(A:  It's actually worse than triple, actually. Because now it's an incredible monopoly.)


Insulin - a hormone people with type one diabetes need to survive - was invented nearly 100 years ago. The patent was sold for just $1 so that everyone who required the medication could afford it.


(A:  …that's why it was initially done.)


Now, retail prices in the US are around the $300 range, according to the BBC’s Ritu Prasad. “Even accounting for inflation, that’s a price increase of over 1,000%,” she says.


Remember, they did the same thing too with the particular anti-toxic shock drugs that people would carry with them for bee stings and so on.  They did the same thing too with that, remember?  And the woman who ran the company, who took it over, gave herself a massive pay increase, off the misery of others. Isn't that incredible, hey?  Really.  Don't ever think the world's getting kinder, folks.  Don't do that. Don't fall...  As Huxley said, the techniques of persuasion to persuade you to do things and accept things that perhaps it wasn't in your best interests to accept.  We’re so easily fooled, especially today.


But anyway, I'll put this article up too. It's just amazing. An article on human beings and healthcare, as they're pushing the next step of it too...


Why AI will make healthcare personal - / 14 Mar 2019


Digital assistants to provide 24/7 helping hand, etc, and how they're tying in technology at Amazon's Alexa and Apple's Siri using AI to handle routine tasks.  So everything's coming together. Google of course is at the top, and their big, big building they opened up in London some time ago there, they had big surveys out, already granted by the British government, to give millions of people's medical records to them for supposed testing on these new programs. So much for privacy, hey! It sounds wonderful, again, precision medicine to personalize treatment. Sure! Sure.  It all comes down to cost and what is your standing in society, do they need you, do they not, that's it.


A priest in Montréal was stabbed the other night there and it says…


St. Joseph's Oratory stabbing, people will come to pray for father Grou - / 23 Mar 2019


A guy just got up, and they won't say who he was I think, and whipped out a knife and stabbed him twice. Broke the blade too in the process apparently.  I very much doubt, with a massive, massive vitriol and targeting of Catholic Church there'll be any, I really don't think there'll be anything much said about it at all. It's sad that the decent people, and there's lots and lots of decent people in these churches, that are definitely not pedophiles, are all lumped in with the sins of the few basically. Isn't it?  It's tragic, that. But again, the Catholic Church has been a target of this social system. 


It's astonishing to me actually when you realize the complexity of even the top revolutionaries like Orwell who literally had a hatred, absolute hatred of the Catholic Church. And of course, in the true socialist doctrine they want the elimination eventually of all religions, except their own religion which is their socialism. Their pure reason and humanism certainly comes in, will run the show.  But without the spiritual aspect, as I say the children end up getting depressed and nihilistic, and suicidal, hm.  They always forget that.


Aldous Huxley himself was all part of it too, and he was anything but rational, etc. He had a few experiences himself that he couldn't help... If you get a kind of what is sometimes termed as a spiritual experience of some kind, outside your control, or even desire, you have to question what the heck happened there and what was it for. And if you weren't taking drugs or anything, and you didn't have some kind of hallucination... And especially if it was meaningful, for instance, and purposeful, then it's going to change you, tremendous change. 


Bertrand Russell, who again, was an advocate for pure reason, eliminate religion, they saw it as a poison of course.  Because people who obey a deity are a problem to the government. I hope you understand that.  It's a power thing.  I think it was HG Wells said it better. He said that the family union is a small tribe, people will stand up around an individual when the government is after them, and defend them. He said, they want to eliminate the family so's the government can talk right down to you personally when they want to do whatever they want to you, and no one's around you to help you.  Again, terrify everyone around you and your deserted, right.


He was quite blatant about it. And so was Bernard Shaw. You find that all socialist doctrines of totalitarians want that, to eliminate the family unit, and they want to eliminate religion because religion makes people, it gives them, it's like the big idea that Mao Tse Tung talked about, he was terrified of a big idea, nothing else. A religion, people will die for religion. They'll die for it. Or they become martyrs for it.


Like the Covenanters they had in Scotland too when they were taken over and united with England, basically.  You find that when Charles was there it was mandated that everyone convert to Anglicanism.  Instead of the free Presbyterian Church. And the folk thought that was horrendous because the head of their church was God.  They could lambast the ministers all they wanted to if the guy went off the tracks. Because he couldn't take the place of the deity. But here you have a king who is the king of the country, temporal, right, and also King of the heavenly. And they wouldn't have that.  It was a betrayal.


And they didn't have, you know, they were rounded up, thousands of them, and thrown in a place in Edinburgh, Greyfriars’s churchyard, imprisoned there, and slaughtered. They were the real martyrs because they, that's where that saying came, you know, there'll be no king but Jesus, is where that term came from.  But no, they've always been after the elimination, because religion is a nuisance to them, an awful of a nuisance to them, when folks say, no way, I'll obey my deity or my laws or my religion, that's how it is.  So you can see why they hate it, right. And don't forget that Marxism in itself is a religion, the way it worked out to be anyway because you need an awful lot of faith to believe in it. Incredible faith. 


Whenever you read articles that just appear, like teacher says that she had to wash the toilets in school, it's underfunded and yada yada yada, in Britain, again, as an example, but it's all over the world. And she goes through this whole thing.  And there's an article in the paper that led me to it. Because someone caught on to the fact that the woman belonged to a certain organization that's attached to the union. But it turns out that, everything’s so incredibly formatted today with bureaucracies in the system, isn't it, of propaganda and marketing, there's a company, it's called Outlandish.  It says...




Award winning campaign (A:  This is the propaganda.) that helped change 795,000 votes


An award winning* interactive data tool to show how your local schools are being de-funded.


(A: It's a propaganda thing for the teachers to USE. And so they bash the conservative government…)


In 2016, the Conservative government was strongly influenced by a campaign called “the F40”. The aim of this campaign was to redistribute schools’ funding away from over-funded regions . . .


So they give you a technique of how to alter the votes and change perceptions and so on.  Everything is, you can't believe anything you read anymore! Anyway, this particular teacher said she had to, oh my God...  It turns out she got a massive pay increase before all this, and she was already getting a good huge sum. I'll put the articles up for anybody who's really interested in it. But yeah, Outlandish, she's actually a member of this group too apparently. It's quite something to see.


Full marks for school austerity scaremongering

A £15million development grant, more teachers and a whopping to £125,000 pay rise - despite 'Tory cuts': GUY ADAMS reveals why the head teacher who claimed she had to clean loos should get full marks for school austerity scaremongering - / 22 Mar 2019




The World Economic Forum is the International Organization for Public-Private Cooperation -


The World Economic Forum Global Agenda -


The World Economic Forum... this unelected self-made group, that calls itself a nongovernmental organization, that funds all kinds of futurist societies and agencies to do with psychology, psychiatry, indoctrination, the whole agenda, sustainability, blah blah blah blah blah, this massive bureaucracy that most folk are oblivious that even exists, and on their own website they're talking about creating the future world leaders in all different areas. So much for open democracy, hm.  Hey? So much for that.


And all through universities and colleges you'll find these articles...


Building Brave New Worlds: Science Fiction and Transition Design -


The terminology is so bureaucratic.  Have you noticed that, you have to learn bureaucrateze, everything is bureaucratic terminology. It doesn't matter who is speaking, nongovernmental organizations or whatever, it's all socialistic nonsense. It really is.   The first thing you do in a pretended science is create a language that most folk can't understand. That's why you do it, right?  [Alan chuckles.]  That's it, that's what all these people do, once they're in university, once they get a grip on the terminology they can prattle it on and... impress each other with... apparently the same stuff.


There's no individuality in universities. Really. Honestly.  And that's again what some of the top writers even pretend they admire at times, and sometimes hate, like Orwell and Huxley, that there's no originality in universities for them.  They all parrot the same, in all their writing papers they all quote different, this is by so-and-so, and they'll give blah blah blah, somebody's name and the year blah blah blah, or the book whatever.  It's just one after the other, they can quote quote quote quote, they have no brains of their own.  Really, it's astonishing. Astonishing. Scary, actually. It's like robots.


Another thing too with the whole sustainability thing too that all the children are getting pushed out, yeah, we demand a worldwide campaign, yeah, they're doing it all themselves, hey, you know.  [Alan chuckles.]  And who’s putting the money out, hey?  But it says, and this is from a couple of years ago…


China signs $300m deal (A:  $300 million.) to buy lab-grown meat from Israel in a move welcomed by vegans / 16 Sept 2017


(A:  Because the whole thing now is veganism, they're all pushing it. Again, it's all the World Economic Forum and all the rest, the same group, all connected.)


For many environmental and animal rights groups, lab media seen as a positive move away from the slaughter of billions of animals.


(A:  Well, no one will disagree with that. But the fact is, this is big business we’re talking about, and it's CONTROL. When you give control of your protein to a monopoly, and that's what it ends up being, right, you're in trouble.)  


China has signed a $300 million deal to purchase ‘meat’ grown in a laboratory in Israel in a drive towards less meat consumption in the country.


(A:  And that's the point too, is to reduce, reduce, reduce.)


(A:  It’s also called…)

Lab meat – also known as cultured bio meat – is grown in the laboratory using animal cells making some vegans opposed to the concept – but several environmental and animal rights group have welcomed it is an exciting development.


You thought Frankenfood was bad… We're way beyond that, you know. But it's monopoly power, for those who haven't figured it out, it's monopoly power.  Monopoly.


It's astonishing, I can't do much in the time I've got, but look into futures, as I say, to do with sustainable futures, and the futurist societies. It's astonishing what you're going to find. If you're interested at all. It's completely all connected with sustainability program, depopulation, over the whole planet, veganism, as you're going to get sicker and sicker. And of course, there's a whole history of veganism there too, how it's pushed and why, etc. I don't have time to go into all of that.


Association of Professional Futurists - Most Significant Futures Works -


But it's a sad thing, it's very, very sad. I feel terribly sad when I look at the massive superstructure overlaying society that the public are oblivious even exists. With all those in academia involved and churning out millions a year across the planet, like armies. It reminds me of the saying that Al Pacino said in the Devil’s Advocate when he says, how do you think we’re taking over this world, he says, speaking as the devil. He says, it’s through college and universities, we're churning out, he says, we’re churning out millions of lawyers, armies of lawyers.  Well, now it's armies of all kinds of scientists and psychologists and behaviorists. And they all speak the same, like robots, same terminology, same buzzwords and so on, the same in-group type language linguistics.  M-hm. I bet they sound almost less human all the time. That's really what it is, isn't it? It is.  It is less human.  M-hm.


You know, if you were on drugs for a while, even prescribed drugs, for a long time, or even a short time taking certain ones. But they give them like Ativan and different ones for troops, to alter their emotions. And it can flatten your emotions. So even if you watch a good movie, where there's a tearful part in it, you won't feel, you won't feel a thing, it won't affect you at all. They're so precise, these things, of what they actually do. But the public again are oblivious of it. Well, that's what these people who are trained to talk in this, this neuro linguistics nonsense, they lose part of their humanity. They don't see humanity, outside of themselves. They see you all as a different species, a different class.  They're educated specialists, you see, controllers, world controllers. You don't even speak their language. So, they can't communicate to you. They won't even try.  They won't try.  That's the ultimate, the ultimate snobbery of elitism. 


It's like a doctor, and there's lots of doctors out there, that literally don't have the patience to even attempt to explain properly what's wrong with somebody. They take a look at you, oh, you'll never understand, and you know, you're like a lesser creature.  That's what you have in academia.   You really do. They think they're on a crusade and they are in the right. And that's brainwashed into them by the way. So, the scientific tyranny dictatorship that Bertrand Russell was so all for, and he said he was all for it, he said it would be ruthless and horrific and merciless. So, it's not a good thing with all of its wonderful goals that it pretends it's going to do for you.  Nothing is free, folks. Nothing.


Anyway, sorry for babbling on like that.  I had many, many more things I wanted to say but there's no time. For myself, Alan Watt from Ontario, Canada, where it still freezing, and lots of snow out there, because of global warming, it's good night and may your God or your gods go with you.


Topics of show covered in following links:


No Thanks Cupid / 22 Mar 2019


The millennials who REFUSE Marriage, Children / 22 Mar 2019


'I am with you': President Trump signs executive order on free speech at college campuses / 21 Mar 2019


General Social Survey


Weedkiller is removed from DIY store / 20 Mar 2019


What's behind America’s insulin crisis / 18 Mar 2019


Why AI will make healthcare personal / 14 Mar 2019


St. Joseph's Oratory stabbing / 23 Mar 2019


Tesla autopilot nearly causing crash / 22 Mar 2019


Full marks for school austerity scaremongering / 22 Mar 2019




The World Economic Forum is the International Organization for Public-Private Cooperation


The World Economic Forum Global Agenda


Association of Professional Futurists - Most Significant Futures Works


China signs $300m deal to buy lab-grown meat from Israel / 16 Sept 2017



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  Volumes 1, 2, 3


"Waiting for the Miracle....."
Also available in Spanish or Portuguese translation: "Esperando el Milagro....." (Español) & "Esperando um Milagre....." (Português)


Ancient Religions and History MP3 CDs:
Part 1 (1998) and Part 2 (1998-2000)


Blurbs and 'Cutting Through the Matrix' Shows on MP3 CDs (Up to 50 Hours per Disc)


"Reality Check Part 1"   &   "Reality Check Part 2 - Wisdom, Esoterica and ...TIME"


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