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john white 28-11-2007 04:40 PM

Alan Watt Links thread
 
As promised, I have been going through the Alan Watts links in order to restore acceptable links to Alan Watts material for the Recommended reading section

I still have more to go through, but these are the links from the main Alan Watt thread that are OK to stay

I'm going to say straight off that links to:

www.cuttingthroughthematrix.com

Or any other links that are simply mirror urls leading to "Cutting through the Matrix", are NOT currently acceptable: but I'm not going to pretend the url doesnt exist: it does, and there it is: Having made it available once, there is no need to make it available again

Suffice it to say that anyone who goes there can find all sorts of Alan Watt material if they wish to avail themselves of it. However, falling direct negototiation with the admin team here by Alan Watt or his accredited representative, any other links to Watt's commercial site will be removed whenever found

Links to Watt on google and you-tube or similar fair use sites are fine, as are links to Watt's appearences in other places that do NOt link straight to his commercial site... so for example, the Red Ice Radio links or links to Watt's material hosted on the servers of other internet radio stations

Members should feel free to add Watt links that keep within these guidelines to this thread. I will add more links to this thread as I continue to go through the backlog of material

Quote:

Watt stands in for John Stadtmiller (on RBN)

Hour 1

Hour 2
Quote:

August 9th
Watt stands in for John Stadtmiller again

Hour 1

Hour 2
Quote:

August 12, 2007
Alan Watt on Red Ice Creations Radio - Future Studies & Collectivism
http://www.redicecreations.com/radio...0812-awatt.mp3

http://www.redicecreations.com/radio...ICR-070812.jpg

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Our Regular Guest Alan Watt join us to talk about Future Studies, Scarcity and Collectivism. We'll begin to talk about Weird Weather, Chemtrails, HAARP, Climate Change and the Implementation of a Global Government Propelled by Global Warming. Topics Discussed: Development, Concepts and Doctrine Centre" - Global Strategic Trends Programme 2007-2036, Scarcity: Ethanol Fuel vs Food & Higher Prices, Mega Cities: Habitats, Sterilization, The Doomsday Vault in Svalbard, A New Earth: Garden of Eden v2.0, Genesis, Mammon - The Beast: Money, Natural Laws, Stanford Research Institute, Changing Images of Man, "A Computer-based Exploration of Alternative Futures for Mankind 2000", The Individual vs. the Collective, the Hive, Tavistock Institute, Aldous Huxley and much more.

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Monday, August 13, 2007
Alan Watt on "The Midnight Rider Radio" with Mike Chambers
http://arc.republicbroadcasting.org/...407_000000.MP3

midnightridershow.com

truthnetradio.com

republicbroadcasting.org
Quote:

Thursday August 16
Alan Watt on "Truth Hertz Radio" standing in for Charles Giuliani (2 Hours)
on RBN

Hour 1

Hour 2
Quote:

Friday August 17
Alan Watt on "Truth Hertz Radio" standing in for Charles Giuliani (2 Hours)
on RBN

Hour 1

Hour 2
Quote:

August 12, 2007
Alan Watt on Red Ice Creations Radio - Future Studies & Collectivism
http://www.redicecreations.com/radio...0812-awatt.mp3

http://www.redicecreations.com/radio...ICR-070812.jpg

Quote:

Our Regular Guest Alan Watt join us to talk about Future Studies, Scarcity and Collectivism. We'll begin to talk about Weird Weather, Chemtrails, HAARP, Climate Change and the Implementation of a Global Government Propelled by Global Warming. Topics Discussed: Development, Concepts and Doctrine Centre" - Global Strategic Trends Programme 2007-2036, Scarcity: Ethanol Fuel vs Food & Higher Prices, Mega Cities: Habitats, Sterilization, The Doomsday Vault in Svalbard, A New Earth: Garden of Eden v2.0, Genesis, Mammon - The Beast: Money, Natural Laws, Stanford Research Institute, Changing Images of Man, "A Computer-based Exploration of Alternative Futures for Mankind 2000", The Individual vs. the Collective, the Hive, Tavistock Institute, Aldous Huxley and much more.
Links here, including .
http://www.redicecreations.com/radio...ICR-070826.jpg

August 26, 2007
Alan Watt - North American Union, Police Provocateurs & Staged Riots

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Our Regular Guest Alan Watt from CuttingThroughTheMatrix.com Returns for his Monthly Visit and we begin Talking about the North American Union and Police Provocateurs Failed Attempt to Start a Riot at a Peaceful Protest at the SPP Summit in Canada. Topics Discussed:, CFR - Drafted the Plans for the North American Union, Fake News, Amero, Phoenix Currency, Snitch Culture, The SPP (Security and Prosperity Partnership) Summit in Canada, Canadian Police Caught Attempting To Stage a Riot during a Peaceful Protest, Quebec Police Admit They Went Undercover at Montebello, Provocateurs During the Protests/Riots at the EU Top Meeting in Göteborg, Sweden in 2001? "The Next Million Years", "The Great Work", The Collapse of the Old System, The Populous is Living in a Geopolitical Chess Game, Old Religious Structure and the New Commercial Structure, Individualism and Cooperation, Spiritual Nature of Man and much more.
Quote:

Red Ice Radio
Alan Watt - European Union & The World Empire
October 14, 2007

Quote:

Regular guest Alan Watt from CuttingThroughTheMatrix.com Join us to Discuss Recent Events, Elite Tactics, The EU and World Empire. Topics Discussed: European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR), RIA Royal Institute of Affairs, Rhodes Scholar, League of Nations, Oxford University, Fabians, Socialists, Bill Clinton, Tony Blair, Gordon Brown & The New World Order, European Union, The European Constitution, & The Holy Roman Empire, Pieter Brueghel's Tower of Babel - Resemblance to the EU Parliament Building in Strasbourg, "Europe: Many Tongues One Voice", EU modeled after the US, The Bible, Cain, Cannibal (Cain Able), King, Genes, GeneIsis, Rulers, Adam, Hu-Man, Democracy and the Elite, Common Purpose, Charitable Foundations & law, Is Freemasonry a Charitable Organizations? Assassins (Hashshashin) Mind Control Cults, I.G. Farben, Bush-Nazi Connection, NGO & Leaders, The Exercises "Top of 4" and "Vigilante Sheild 08" in October 15-16 in the US - Possible "Attack"? Plague, Virus, Quarantine, Dirty Bombs, NATO Pact, Man alive Series, Loyala University, GMO Food, Monsanto, We are in a War, MadCow, Vegetarianism, Gore Nobel Prize, Armand Hammer (Arm & Hammer), Colors, Red, Green, Blue, Orange, Free State of Orange.
More links here.

lizzy 28-11-2007 11:04 PM

Thank You Johnwhite,
Your hard work in creating this link is very much appreciated.

foreverspirit 29-11-2007 02:58 AM

I've tried the following links, but seems as if I have to subscibe to get the info. No way am I subscribing to Red Ice.

Anyone ever bank the talks on especially the next two?: PM with it pls and Thanks A Million!!:cool:


Quote:

*EDIT Asking members to pm you links to copyright material that Red Ice subscribers pay to access is not exactly a brain plan is it? Other forums might be cool with that, this one isnt. Please don't take the whip JW*

foreverspirit 30-11-2007 04:19 AM

All righthy then:

Anyone have Alan's talk on:

New Age Deception and the one about Coins and Words? PM me the info.

Thanks!!:cool:

john white 02-12-2007 05:09 PM

Quote:

Regular guest Alan Watt from CuttingThroughTheMatrix.com Join us to Discuss Recent Events, Elite Tactics, The EU and World Empire. Topics Discussed: European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR), RIA Royal Institute of Affairs, Rhodes Scholar, League of Nations, Oxford University, Fabians, Socialists, Bill Clinton, Tony Blair, Gordon Brown & The New World Order, European Union, The European Constitution, & The Holy Roman Empire, Pieter Brueghel's Tower of Babel - Resemblance to the EU Parliament Building in Strasbourg, "Europe: Many Tongues One Voice", EU modeled after the US, The Bible, Cain, Cannibal (Cain Able), King, Genes, GeneIsis, Rulers, Adam, Hu-Man, Democracy and the Elite, Common Purpose, Charitable Foundations & law, Is Freemasonry a Charitable Organizations? Assassins (Hashshashin) Mind Control Cults, I.G. Farben, Bush-Nazi Connection, NGO & Leaders, The Exercises "Top of 4" and "Vigilante Sheild 08" in October 15-16 in the US - Possible "Attack"? Plague, Virus, Quarantine, Dirty Bombs, NATO Pact, Man alive Series, Loyala University, GMO Food, Monsanto, We are in a War, MadCow, Vegetarianism, Gore Nobel Prize, Armand Hammer (Arm & Hammer), Colors, Red, Green, Blue, Orange, Free State of Orange.
More links here.

http://www.redicecreations.com/radio...ICR-070826.jpg

August 26, 2007
Alan Watt - North American Union, Police Provocateurs & Staged Riots

Quote:

Our Regular Guest Alan Watt from CuttingThroughTheMatrix.com Returns for his Monthly Visit and we begin Talking about the North American Union and Police Provocateurs Failed Attempt to Start a Riot at a Peaceful Protest at the SPP Summit in Canada. Topics Discussed:, CFR - Drafted the Plans for the North American Union, Fake News, Amero, Phoenix Currency, Snitch Culture, The SPP (Security and Prosperity Partnership) Summit in Canada, Canadian Police Caught Attempting To Stage a Riot during a Peaceful Protest, Quebec Police Admit They Went Undercover at Montebello, Provocateurs During the Protests/Riots at the EU Top Meeting in Göteborg, Sweden in 2001? "The Next Million Years", "The Great Work", The Collapse of the Old System, The Populous is Living in a Geopolitical Chess Game, Old Religious Structure and the New Commercial Structure, Individualism and Cooperation, Spiritual Nature of Man and much more.

john white 02-12-2007 05:11 PM

Right gang thats it: i'm sorry to say that everything else in the old threads is a link to Watts own site, so its new links needed from here on

foreverspirit 03-12-2007 08:33 PM

Wow. It's very nice of you to be so accomodating John White. With all due respect, I've read some things about you, but your behaviour thus far with me doesn't equate. Thanks so very much for your generousity.

I am still going through all of his talks. Thanks for the link up to RI. The New Age Deception one seems so intriguing, but one has to sign up. After that "cannibalism" fiasco of RI, I really don't want to go anywhere near them. So I'll wait until somehow it shows up on Alan's site.

Again, thanks so very much for your open minded kindness and respect.:cool:

danucrom 05-12-2007 01:02 AM

I like many others on this site have huge respect for Watts research, I am glad that John has opened this links thread. Thank you.;)

eternal_spirit 10-12-2007 02:37 AM

Links and evidence
 
All these are links provided to back up his information for his recent talks, to add weight and provide "evidence" to what he says.

So, no more blah blah complaining, and moaning that Mr Watt doesn't back up what he says with evidence.

Dec. 6, 2007
Alan Watt "Cutting Through The Matrix" LIVE on WTPRN:
"Environ-Mental Madness for a Depraved New World"
(Article: "Out on a limb over trimming fiasco" by Steve Lopez, Los Angeles Times - November 28 2007.)

Dec. 5, 2007
Alan Watt "Cutting Through The Matrix" LIVE on RBN:
"Bend Over Please - Data Collection on the Passive Masses"
(Article: "Report: Travelers love being scanned" by Mark Baard, parallelnormal.com - Dec. 5, 2007.)

Dec. 3, 2007
Alan Watt "Cutting Through The Matrix" LIVE on RBN:
"Darpa Gives Name of the Game - Ultrasound Stimulates (Controls) Your Sensory Cerebral Centres"
(Article: "Surfing the Web with nothing but brainwaves" by Chris Taylor, Business 2.0 Magazine senior editor. (CNNMoney.com).)


Nov. 30, 2007
Alan Watt "Cutting Through The Matrix" LIVE on RBN:
"Mapping Your Brain by Video Game - The New Brain-Drain"
(Article: "The games helmet that reads minds" by Alex Pell and Christopher Goodwin, The Sunday Times - Nov. 25, 2007)

Nov. 29, 2007
Alan Watt "Cutting Through The Matrix" LIVE on WTPRN:
"Talk on Technology for Total Control"
(Article: "Domestic Spying, Inc." by Tim Shorrock , Special to CorpWatch - Nov. 27th, 2007)
(Article: "'Weekend detention' plan for pupils" Guardian Unlimited - Nov. 29, 2007)

Nov. 28, 2007
Alan Watt "Cutting Through The Matrix" LIVE on RBN:
"Psycholinguistics and the Art of Mass-Induced Misperception"
(Article: "RFID: Making the World a Better Place"
by Mark Baard, parallelnormal.com - Nov. 29, 2007.)
(Article: "AIM Global Joins Forces with World's Top RFID Solution Providers to Launch Aggressive RFID Consumer Awareness Campaign"
www.aimglobal.org - Nov. 13, 2007.)
(Article: "Researchers say drugs could sap an enemy's will to fight" (PDF File, 2.3 MB)
by Michael Dumiak, Defense Technology International - Nov. 2007.)


Nov. 26, 2007
Alan Watt "Cutting Through The Matrix" LIVE on RBN:
"The Dread Thread - Uniform Tracking - The Beginning"
(Article: "School to track pupils with radio chips sewn into their uniforms" dailymail.co.uk - Nov. 23, 2007.)

Nov. 25, 2007
Alan Watt on "World Review Commentary" with George Butler and Charlotte Littlefield Brown
worldreview.tv

Topics of show covered in following links:

Article: "The abolition of Britain by The Reform Treaty in 2008" eutruth.org.uk

Article: "Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act Raises Fears of New Government Crackdown on Dissent" democracynow.org

Article: "Could Robots Become Your Toddler's New Best Friend?" sciam.com

Article: "Five drops of blood: Invasion of privacy?" startribune.com


Nov. 21, 2007
Alan Watt "Cutting Through The Matrix" LIVE on RBN:
"Shoot to Thrill, Teaching to Kill - So Johnny (or Jenny) Goes Marching Off Again"
(Article: "Shoot to thrill" by Fran Molloy, Sydney Morning Herald, Nov. 22, 2007)
Also check out parallelnormal.com for more.
***Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - Nov. 21, 2007 (Exempting Music,

eternal_spirit 11-12-2007 09:30 PM

http://www.news.com.au/story/0,23599,22896334-2,00.html

This link to back up evidence
Baby tax needed to save planet, claims expert

taken from dec 10 th show

eternal_spirit 11-12-2007 09:47 PM

Article: "Video of Vancouver Taser incident shows police zapping man within seconds"

Article: "Mom should not watch video of son's death at Vancouver airport, says witness"

Google Video: "Polish Man Tasered to Death by RCMP at Vancouver Airport"

Article: "CHEMTRAILS: Is U.S. Gov't. Secretly Testing Americans 'Again'?" KSLA News 12 investigation, Reporter Jeff Ferrell"


Nov. 15, 2007
Alan Watt "Cutting Through The Matrix" LIVE on WTPRN:
"Robo-Roaches and New Age Coaches (Motto: Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil, See No Evil) = State of Denial"
(Articles: "Roaches follow their robo-leader" and
"Scientists prep mind reading device" by Mark Baard, parallelnormal.com.)

truthspoon 14-02-2008 08:44 PM

Alan Watt Links thread
 
Listen to the 13th Feb show from 30 mins to 35 mins in. Inspirational and savvy. He is the greatest and most positive researcher out there.

http://www.cuttingthroughthematrix.com/

More power to you Alan.

eternal_spirit 26-02-2008 10:46 PM

Feb. 25, 2008
Alan Watt "Cutting Through The Matrix" LIVE on RBN:
"Weather Warfare or Climate Change - Watt's the Answer?"
(Article:
"IT'S NOT ONLY GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS: WASHINGTON'S NEW WORLD ORDER WEAPONS HAVE THE ABILITY TO TRIGGER CLIMATE CHANGE" by Michel Chossudovsky, earthpulse.com - Nov. 2000.)
***Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - Feb. 25, 2008 (Exempting Music, Literary Quotes, and Callers' Comments)
***LISTEN / DOWNLOAD

eternal_spirit 26-02-2008 10:48 PM

http://www.cuttingthroughthematrix.c...Alan_Watt.html

written transcripts ^^^

eternal_spirit 26-02-2008 11:18 PM

Feb. 24, 2008
Alan Watt on "Feet to the Fire" with James Jancik
feet2fire.com
(Note: Show ends abruptly due to station cut-off.)
LISTEN / DOWNLOAD

eternal_spirit 27-02-2008 10:30 PM

Jan. 31, 2008
Alan Watt "Cutting Through The Matrix" LIVE on WTPRN:
"My Daddy is My Mummy, She's My Older Sister Too, I'm a Perfect Clone from her Thighbone, All Hail the Science Guru - New Hells from Stem Cells"
***Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - Jan. 31, 2008 (Exempting Music, Literary Quotes, and Callers' Comments)
***LISTEN / DOWNLOAD HOUR 1

***LISTEN / DOWNLOAD HOUR 2

Topics of show covered in following links:

Article: "Death of the father: British scientists discover how to turn women's bone marrow into sperm" by Fiona MacRae, dailymail.co.uk - Jan. 31, 2008.

Article: "Uniform plan for off-duty troops" BBC News (bbc.co.uk) - Jan. 27, 2008.

Article: "Schools flash-mob PTA moms" by Mark Baard, parallelnormal.com - Jan. 30, 2008.

Article: "State spying that would make the Stasi proud" by Edward Heathcoat Amory, dailymail.co.uk - Jan. 30, 2008.

Article: (PDF File, 2.2 MB) "Illegal Aerosol Spraying Operations over United Kingdom Airspace - An Informal Report..." by Andrew Johnson - May 2007.

eternal_spirit 27-02-2008 10:36 PM

Chemtrail Watchers, Links to Site Below: (Good Info)

(I SEE LINES) CHEMTRAILS MATRIX HOMEPAGE

SUPERBOWL Superspray

eternal_spirit 27-02-2008 10:37 PM

Jan. 21, 2008
Alan Watt "Cutting Through The Matrix" LIVE on RBN:
"The Eco Plan of the Great God Pan - The New Saviour is the God of Nature"
(Article: "Skeptical Scientists Urge World To 'Have the Courage to Do Nothing' At UN Conference" epw.senate.gov, Posted By Marc Morano - Dec. 11, 2007.)
(Article: "SENATOR INHOFE ANNOUNCES PUBLIC RELEASE OF "SKEPTIC'S GUIDE TO DEBUNKING GLOBAL WARMING"" epw.senate.gov, Marc Morano and Matt Dempsey - Dec. 8, 2006.)
***Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - Jan. 21, 2008 (Exempting Music, Literary Quotes, and Callers' Comments)
***LISTEN / DOWNLOAD

lizzy 04-03-2008 04:43 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by eternal_spirit (Post 286040)
Chemtrail Watchers, Links to Site Below: (Good Info)

(I SEE LINES) CHEMTRAILS MATRIX HOMEPAGE

SUPERBOWL Superspray

All great listening ES, thanks.:)

eternal_spirit 04-03-2008 11:21 PM

onight, I'd like to talk about perceptions and logic, and how we arrive at what we think are our conclusions. Conclusions are reached through comparing personal experience, education, indoctrination, learned behavior against new events, really. The trouble with this type of arrival at the conclusion is that if the erroneous indoctrinations are to the front, and if the current trends of the day (which are often massive propaganda) are to the fore, we will arrive often at someone else's erroneous conclusion.
We do live in a world of mass DIS-information; mass DIS-information, which is sometimes put out on purpose. Other times, it's done by people who, themselves, have been caught in erroneous conclusions; and always remember, because something is said often, doesn’t mean it's true. We have a tremendous tendency to go into the past; and this is a happening, an occurrence that happens towards the end of an age. Philosophers and historians know this. They know that when you go through history from very early times and you see the rising of what they call "civilizations"—which really is a form of monied commerce rule with the creation of armies and the building of ultimately empires—and then watching those things which occur when empires crumble and fall.

Empires tend to crumble and fall when they run out of enemies; then there is tremendous class warfare. The class warfare always ends up with an elite and a middle class (which is really the helpers of the elite) that are trying to eradicate, eliminate the lower classes through standard methods, which keep getting repeated down through history.

When Rome fell, for instance, the Roman Empire, there wasn’t simply a matter of invasions from outside. The Roman Empire lived like all empires ultimately do, on massive taxation, not only of their own people, but also of the conquered countries they had gone into. When they reach a zenith, the peak of their power, they then begin to degenerate through massive corruption; and greed is addictive. There's never enough. It's like cocaine. The first high is the best, supposedly, and everything else is on a dwindling scale, regardless of the quantity they use. Greed is the same, so is the hype for sexual fulfillment. It becomes deviant during the deviant period of the downfall.

Rome also fell because it had taxed all of its dominions (the conquered countries) into utter poverty, in order that the ultra elite in Rome could not only continue at a high standard of living, but go into it—It's amazing, its utterly amazing perversions of what we would term "luxury." Ever expanding, massive pools and idol-making just for admiring at parties and that kind of thing. Big shows, massive parties, that was part of the reason it fell. Part of the reason it fell, too, was that they'd taxed the rural peoples who supplied them with everything they need: food, materials, items which were made and so on, that they all went in to the city, which technically produces nothing except debt and ultimately perversions in its later stages. The rural peoples rose up to help finish it off when they'd had enough. They had no choice in the matter. These sequences are always repeated down through ages, and yet, the elite of each period don't perish. They move. Very often, they move before the country or the city in which they reside falls, and they've already set-up the next beginning, the embryo of the next empire.



Read the rest here

http://www.cuttingthroughthematrix.c...uly042007.html

kblood 05-03-2008 12:37 AM

He seems to reactive to me rather than proactive. His news just seem to confirm what other researchers already figured out.

It probably still brings along a few more into knowing about some of the stuff that is going on, but is he seriously always waiting for it to become facts before he goes into it? Yes, other researchers doesnt aim as much for facts, but probably because that in this area the stuff that has become factual is old news if you kept up to date to begin with.

I guess my main reason to be bored with him is because he doesnt seem to be taking risks or chances. I dont really see why others here admire him so, but I have to agree his work isnt a waste of time. I just dont find it enlightening, and I dont get much wibe from him either.

Confirming what is going on is needed of course, I guess what he does is cleaning up the stuff finding more proof about the things going on. He is more down to earth than most researchers, and if I didnt believe there was alot more to it than what Allan What is researching, then I would probably like him as well.

cataleptik 05-03-2008 02:36 AM

many researchers pointing out the same things...


that's GOOD, not bad.
like Ceanne De Rohan...

the Right Use of Will titles, especially The Unseen Role of Denial,
all been covered before, but derohan covers them in a unique way...

how can we serenely approach an emergency?
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/...7L._SS500_.jpg

lizzy 05-03-2008 04:33 AM

http://cuttingthrough.jenkness.com/C..._Mar032008.mp3

March 3, 2008
Alan Watt "Cutting Through The Matrix" LIVE on RBN:
"Global Interdependence - The New Definition of Slavery"
***Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - March 3, 2008 (Exempting Music, Literary Quotes, and Callers' Comments)
***LISTEN / DOWNLOAD

lizzy 05-03-2008 04:38 AM

http://cuttingthroughthematrix.net/C..._Feb292008.mp3



Feb. 29, 2008
Alan Watt "Cutting Through The Matrix" LIVE on RBN:
"Planning for Planetary Interrogation - Cradle to Grave for Perfect Slave"
(Articles:
"Government wants personal details of every traveller" by Ian Traynor (guardian.co.uk) - Feb. 23, 2008.)
"New police anti-extremist strategy" Press Assoc. (uk.news.yahoo.com) - Feb. 28, 2008.)
"Food shortages loom as wheat crop shrinks and prices rise" by Jonathan Leake, The Sunday Times (business.timesonline.co.uk) - Feb. 24, 2008.)
***Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - Feb. 29, 2008 (Exempting Music, Literary Quotes, and Callers' Comments)
***LISTEN / DOWNLOAD

eternal_spirit 05-03-2008 08:31 AM

LOL read one transcript which is taken from an hour or less of one of his talks, you'll learn more from that one transcript than what you'd learn from a whole book by someone else, if you find the right transcripts too read.

Go ahead take the Watt challenge.......Educate yourself.

i_am 05-03-2008 10:10 PM

Thread update

The OP on this thread says that any direct links back to AW's site are unacceptable.

Admin have discussed this and we are quite happy for you to post podcasts etc as long as they are kept to this thread.

Also just a brief overview and the link please guys. Since you can post the links there is no need for whole transcripts.

Happy posting :D

lizzy 05-03-2008 11:29 PM

http://cuttingthroughthematrix.com/a..._Oct302007.mp3


Adam Weishaupt, Beenan Orden, "Illuminati" - Philanthropic Foundations, NGOs - Albert Pike. IQ Level Drop, Inoculations, Autism, ADD. Teller, H-Bomb, Spraying Skies with Metallic Particles, HAARP - NASA - Chipping, Interfacing with Computers, Cyborgs. George Bush's "Big Idea", Sept. 11 Speeches, "New World Order". American Amalgamation, Free Trade Negotiations, Montreal - Martial Law, "National Security", Fortress America - CSIS, CIA Integration. Virtual Reality, Avatars, Pentagon - Monitoring, Databases, Simulations, Character Profiles. Egyptian Pharaohs, Embalmment. Bin Laden-Bush Partnership, "Bomb-Proof" World Trade Center Contract. Psychopathic Personality, Pathocracy - Winston Churchill. Christianity, Top Churches, Vatican. "Overpopulation", Thomas Malthus - Fear of Commoners out-breeding Elite - Cull to Manageable Level. Global Warming, Club of Rome book: "The First Global Revolution". King James, Fresh Air Tax, Light Tax - Extortion. Compassion, Caring, Spirit - Vietnam War, Iraq War - Collective - "Cult of Personality


I don't think this is a direct link to the website......it should just go into the audio. thankyou.

lizzy 05-03-2008 11:37 PM

http://cuttingthroughthematrix.com/a..._Oct302007.mp3


The Matrix, Structured World, Indoctrination from Birth - Sir Thomas and Aldous Huxley - Fascist Elite, Monarchy-Democracy. Rudyard Kipling's "White Man's Burden" poem. Concert of Europe, Napoleon - Machiavellian Advisors, Think-Tanks - Global System. John Stewart Mill - Indigenous Peoples, American Indians, Africans, Irish - Scotland, Highland Clearances - British East India Co. - Darius Amazon Settlement. Ideal Design (I.D.) - Elite Utopia - Charles Galton Darwin, Evolution, "Junk Genes", Human Genome Project - Genetically Modified Food. H.G. Wells - Bilderbergers, United Nations, Agenda 21, Habitat Areas - New Domed Toronto. Maurice Strong, Baca Grande Ranch - Aquifers - Privatized Water, Gas, Electric - Mineral Rights, Biospheres. OSS, "Wizard of Oz", MI6, Information Infiltration - Conspiracy Theory and Coincidence Theory. Project for a New American Century, 911. Dalai Lama, Buddhism, Hinduism, Theosophy, Blavatsky - "Illusion" - "Born Again". Sir Ronald Storrs: New "Ulster" in Middle East - State of Israel - Northern Ireland, Presbyterians, Orangemen, William of Orange. Skull and Bones - Satan, Lucifer (Prometheus) - Demonology, Demonic Possession, Psychopathy.
(Song: "The Bluegrass Conspiracy and White House Blues" by Dr. Karlstrom.)

eternal_spirit 09-03-2008 05:05 PM

http://cuttingthroughthematrix.net/r...ial_Talks.html

eternal_spirit 09-03-2008 05:09 PM

http://cuttingthroughthematrix.net/articles.html

thirdwave 09-03-2008 05:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by eternal_spirit (Post 297816)

Uuummmmmmm!

I just told on you! :cool:

eternal_spirit 09-03-2008 06:11 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by thirdwave (Post 297859)
Uuummmmmmm!

I just told on you! :cool:

..............................................

Damn and there was me with a clean/expired spam sheet. :eek:

You're joking lol.

lizzy 22-03-2008 07:57 PM

Britain's Death....OFFICIAL
 

Up for discussion....Brown's Security Statemnet.
An audio link and article links....

It is convenient to listen and read along together.

http://cuttingthroughthematrix.us/CT..._Mar212008.mp3

In full: Brown security statement
Here is the full text of Gordon Brown's Commons statement setting out the new National Security Strategy (the response from Conservative leader David Cameron is below):

The primary duty of government - our abiding obligation - is, and will always be, the safety of all British people and the protection of the British national interest.

So following approval by the National Security Committee and the Cabinet, the Government is today publishing the first national security strategy.

It states that while our obligation to protect the British people and the British national interest is fixed and unwavering, the nature of the threats and the risks we face have - in recent decades - changed beyond recognition and confound all the old assumptions about national defence and international security.

As the strategy makes clear, new threats demand new approaches.

A radically updated and much more coordinated response is now required.

For most of the last half century the main threat was unmistakable: a Cold War adversary.

Today, the potential threats we face come from far less predictable sources: both state and non-state.

20 years ago the terrorist threat to Britain was principally that from the IRA.

Now it comes from loosely affiliated global networks that threaten us and other nations across continents.

Once, when there was instability in faraway regions or countries, we had a choice - to become involved or not.

Today, no country is in the old sense far away when the consequences of regional instability and terrorism - and then also climate change, poverty, mass population movements and even organised crime - reverberate quickly round the globe.

So to address these great insecurities: war, terrorism and now climate change, disease and poverty --- threats which redefine national security not just as the protection of the state but as the protection of all people --- we need to mobilise all the resources available to us: the hard power of our military, police, security and intelligence services; the persuasive force and reach of diplomacy and cultural connections; the authority of strengthened global institutions which, with our full support, can deploy both 'hard' and 'soft' power; and not least, because arms and authority will never be enough, the power of ideas, of shared values and hopes that can win over hearts and minds -- and can forge new partnerships for progress and tolerance, involving government, the private and voluntary sectors, community and faith organisations, and individuals.

Mr Speaker, the foundation of our approach is to maintain strong, balanced, flexible and deployable armed forces.

And I want to pay tribute to Britain's servicemen and women - and those civilians deployed on operations - who every day face danger doing vital work in the service of our country --- and in particular to remember today the sacrifices made for our country by all who have been injured or lost their lives in Iraq, Afghanistan and other theatres of war.

To raise recruitment and to improve retention we will match our new £2 million pound public information recruitment campaign launched this week with the Government's first ever cross-departmental strategy for supporting our service personnel, their families and veterans, to be published shortly.

In the last two years we have raised general pay levels and introduced the first tax-free bonus of nearly £400 a month for those on operations, as well as a council tax refund.

And today the Secretary for Defence is announcing new retention incentives for our armed forces.

There will be increased commitment bonuses of up to £15,000 for longer serving personnel.

And starting with a new £20 million pound home purchase fund we will respond to the demand for more affordable home ownership.

Mr Speaker, I can also inform the House that to meet the threats ahead, after a trebling of its budget since 2001, the security service will rise in number to 4000, twice the level of 2001.

I can also inform the House that we will be increasing yet again, this time by 10 per cent, the resources for the Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre - which brings together 16 departments including the police and intelligence agencies - and giving it a new focus on the longer-term challenge of investigating the path to violent extremism.

I can confirm that to meet future security needs we have set aside funds to modernise our interception capability; that at GCHQ and in the secret intelligence service we are developing new technical capabilities to root out terrorism; and that the new Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure set up last year will provide a higher level of protection against internet or cyber-based threats.

And the strategy published today will be backed up by a new approach to engage and inform the public.

Two years ago we removed from being classified as secret the information on threat levels for the UK.

We will now go much further.

Starting later this year, we will openly publish for the first time a national register of risks - information that was previously held confidentially within Government - so the British public can see at first hand the challenges we face and the levels of threat we have assessed.

To harness a much wider range of expertise and experience from outside government and help us plan for the future we are inviting business, academics, community organisations and military and security experts from outside government to join a new National Security Forum that will advise the recently constituted National Security Committee.

And having accepted the recommendations of the Intelligence and Security Committee to separate the position of Chairman of the Joint Intelligence Committee from policy adviser to the Government, and appointed Mr Alex Allan as Chair of the Joint Intelligence Committee, I can confirm that - as proposed by the Butler Review - his responsibility will be to provide ministers with security assessments formulated independently of the political process.

We will immediately go ahead to introduce a resolution of both Houses - in advance of any future legislation - that will enshrine an enhanced scrutiny and public role for the Intelligence and Security Committee.

This will lead to more Parliamentary debate on security matters, public hearings on the national security strategy, and - as promised - greater transparency over appointments to the Committee so that the Committee can not only review intelligence and security but also perform a public role - more akin to the practice of Select Committees - in reporting to and informing the country on security matters.

Mr Speaker, emerging from all the experience and lessons learnt of the last decade is the clear conclusion that we are strongest when we combine the resources of our military, police and security and intelligence services with effective diplomacy and when we work closely with international partners to confront the new global challenges and bring about change.

This approach emphasises the importance of strengthening our key diplomatic and military alliances - with the United States our strongest bilateral partner, NATO the cornerstone of our security, our central role at the heart of an outward-facing Europe - and our long lasting and deep commitment to the Commonwealth and to working through international institutions.

I can tell the House that Britain will be at the forefront of diplomatic action on nuclear weapons control and reduction, offering a new bargain to non-nuclear powers.

On the one hand we will help them and we have proposed the creation of a new international system to help non-nuclear states acquire the new sources of energy they need, including through a global enrichment bond ---- and we are today inviting interested countries to an international conference on these themes later this year.

But in return we will seek agreement on tougher controls aimed at reducing weapons and preventing proliferation.

First, ending the stalemates on the Fissile Material Cut-off Treaty and the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty.

Second, achieving after 2010 a more robust implementation of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty with the aim of accelerating disarmament among possessor states, preventing proliferation and ultimately freeing the world from nuclear weapons.

And as a new priority to meet the dangers both of proliferation to new states and of material falling into the hands of terrorists, tougher action not just against potential proliferators such as Iran but also new action against suppliers: seeking to strengthen export control regimes and build a more effective forensic nuclear capability in order to determine the true source of material employed in any nuclear device.

And having already reduced the numbers of our operationally available warheads by 20 per cent - and made our expertise available for the verifiable elimination of nuclear warheads - I can confirm that we, Britain, are ready to play our part.

As great a potential threat as nuclear weapons proliferation - and as demanding of a coordinated international response - is the threat from failing and unstable states.

Again the national security strategy proposes a new departure, again a lesson learnt from recent conflicts ranging from Rwanda and Bosnia to Iraq, Afghanistan and Somalia: to create a standby international civilian capability so that for fragile and failing states we can act quickly and comprehensively by combining the humanitarian, peacekeeping, stabilisation and reconstruction support they need.

So in the same way that we have military forces ready to respond to conflict, we must have civilian experts and professionals ready to deploy quickly to assist failing states and to help rebuild countries emerging from conflict, putting them on the road to economic and political recovery.

I can tell the House that Britain will start by making available a 1000-strong UK civilian standby capacity - that will include police, emergency service professionals, judges and trainers - for this work.

And I am calling on EU and NATO partners to set high and ambitious targets for their own contributions.

Between now and 2011 Britain is offering £600 million for conflict prevention, resolution and stabilisation work around the world, including in Israel and Palestine, Darfur, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Iraq and Afghanistan, Kenya and the Balkans.

And as we assume our Presidency of the UN Security Council in May, we are proposing an appeal by the UN Secretary General for a coordinated crisis recovery fund to provide immediate support for reconstruction -- and to which Britain will contribute.

Specifically, because we know the importance of peace in Darfur I am announcing today more help from Britain to train, equip and deploy African troops for the joint UN-African Union peacekeeping operation.

Because of the importance of peace in Somalia I can announce that Britain will help pay for 850 Burundian troops as part of the African Union peacekeeping force.

Because of the critical importance of economic and political reconstruction complementing military action as the elected Afghan Government face down the Taliban, an integrated civilian-military headquarters - headed by a civilian - will now be constituted in Helmand.

And in Iraq - where we have already brought electricity and water supplies to over one million citizens - we are stepping up our contribution to the work of long-term economic reconstruction by supporting the Basra Development Commission - led for the British by businessman Michael Wareing.

And in order to maximise our contribution to all the new challenges of peacekeeping, humanitarian work and stabilisation and reconstruction, my Rt Hon Friend the Secretary for Defence is also announcing this afternoon that - as part of a wider review - the Government will now examine how our reserve forces can more effectively help with stabilisation and economic reconstruction in post-conflict zones around the world.

And with this year the 100th anniversary of the Territorial Army, I want to take this opportunity to pay tribute to the servicemen and women in our reserves who are such an essential element of our nation's defence.

Mr Speaker, the security strategy published today also makes clear that, as well as being able to respond to crises as they develop, we need to be able to tackle the underlying drivers of conflict and instability ---- in particular: Poverty, inequality and poor governance - where focusing also on areas where poverty breeds conflict we have quadrupled Britain's aid budget from £2.1 billion in 1997 to nearly £9.1 by 2011, and are pushing for bold international action in 2008 to meet the Millennium Development Goals; Climate change and competition for natural resources - where we are leading the way in arguing for a post 2012 international agreement to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and a new global fund to help developing countries mitigate and adapt to climate change, including in the areas most under stress and therefore most likely to suffer instability as well as humanitarian disaster; and disease and global pandemics - where with the world health organisation the priority is to improve early warning systems, increase global vaccine supplies ----- and to help put in place a more coordinated global response, Britain will bring together all interested parties to agree new international action.

And because of the importance of building stability and countering violent extremism in the Middle East and South Asia, we are increasing the number of Foreign Office staff in those regions by 30 per cent.

Mr Speaker, among all the security challenges to citizens of this country covered by this new strategy, the most serious and urgent remains the threat from international terrorism - with today Britain facing 30 known plots, and monitoring 200 networks and around 2000 individuals.

There have been 58 convictions for terrorism in just over a year.

And the Home Secretary is announcing today that we will now have four regional counter terrorism units and four regional intelligence units, significantly increasing anti-terrorism police capability in the regions.

Since the events of September 11th, on suspicion they are a threat to national security or fostering extremism, 300 people individuals have been prevented from entering the country.

Now, backing up our unified border agency, compulsory ID cards for foreign nationals and our proposals in the Counter Terrorism bill that in unique circumstances we can extend detention to ensure full investigation of terror threats, the Government will match stronger action against those we suspect of stirring up tensions with collaborative work with our European partners to strengthen the EU rules on deporting criminals ---- a matter I will be discussing with President Sarkozy next week.

For action against terrorism and also organised crime it is important also to strengthen Europol and Eurojust, ensure rapid and secure exchange of information, and speed up both the extradition of criminals and the confiscation of their assets --- where starting with the United Arab Emirates we are signing more agreements so that once the assets of a convicted criminal are seized in one country with the assistance of the other, both countries will get a share of the proceeds.

Mr Speaker, our new approach to security also means improved local resilience against emergencies, building and strengthening local capacity to respond effectively in a range of circumstances from floods to possible terrorism incidents ------ not the old cold war idea of civil defence but a new form of civil protection that combines expert preparedness for potential emergencies with greater local engagement of individuals and families themselves.

And the Home Secretary and the Communities Secretary will report next month on additional measures we propose for young people, in colleges and universities, and in prisons, and working with faith communities, to disrupt the promoters of violent extremism - all building upon the support of the vast majority of people, of all faiths and backgrounds, who condemn terrorists and their actions.

Mr Speaker, the national security strategy shows a Britain resolute in the face of an unstable and increasingly uncertain international security landscape and demonstrates the lessons we and other countries have learned in recent years --- that we must: expand our policing, security and intelligence capacity, do more to prevent conflict including by more effective international control of arms, strengthen the effectiveness of international institutions to promote stability and reconstruction, and always be vigilant, never leaving ourselves vulnerable --- supporting, and at all times and wherever necessary strengthening, as we do today, our defences and civilian support for national security.

And I commend this statement to the house.



Here is the full text of the response by Conservative leader David Cameron:

I thank the Prime Minister for his statement.

First I would like to put on record the huge debt of gratitude that we owe to the police, the security services and our armed forces for the work they do to keep our country safe.

The Prime Minister has made a wide-ranging statement, and there is much in it we support.

Can I tell him that we welcome the idea of a stand-by civilian capability so we can act quickly in fragile or failing states, an idea we have long supported.

We support the idea of a cross-cutting manifesto for Forces' families.

Indeed, it is an idea I set out in my Party Conference Speech some two years ago and I'm glad it is bearing fruit.

We very much welcome what he said about the greater co-ordination of our effort in Helmand Province, and anyone who has been there knows that is needed.

But I would like to focus my questions on the theory and the practice of a national security approach.

Because Mr Speaker, this statement has been a long time in coming.

At first sight, it looks rather and sounded, coming from the Prime Minister, rather more like a list than a strategy.

I think it would help that instead of announcing a series of things that the Defence Secretary or Home Secretary is going to announce that he actually just told us more clearly what he's going to change why it would be different and actually the tenure of this approach doesn't come across clearly.

It may be because it's had a very difficult birth.

According to sources in Downing Street say it has proved 'a bit of a disaster? its genesis has been marked by delays, indecisiveness at the top, a total lack of funds and some glorious Whitehall squabbling'.

We will study it in detail.

But the idea of a national security strategy is one we welcome, the need for a national security approach is clear.

The threats to our national security - from terrorism to climate change to energy security - are proliferating and government must adapt to deal with them.

That is why, in 2006, my Party said it was time not just for a national security strategy, but for a National Security Council.

Does the Prime Minister agree with me that a national security strategy will only work only if it is put in place and carried out properly? To achieve this, three things must happen.

First, institutions in the UK need to be properly organised to deliver a national security approach.

Second, we need to understand fully the connections between foreign and domestic policy and how they impact on our security.

Third, vitally, any strategy will only make sense if the government follows through and takes the necessary practical steps.

Let me take each of these in turn.

Can the Prime Minister explain why the government has decided to set up a national security forum - another 'talking shop' - instead of a proper national security council? Surely a proper national security council would have dedicated staff and decision making powers; it would be at the heart of government with all the relevant ministers and be chaired by the Prime Minister.

We don't have that; we should have that.

Can he explain how a forum and an existing cabinet committee will be able to drive the implementation of the national security strategy across all departments? Aren't we in danger of having a talking shop and confusion? On the connection between foreign policy and domestic policy, are we going to have a totally joined up approach? He's talked about a single security budget, will it genuinely cover all of the relevant areas? For instance I've asked him will the single security budget include special branch currently funded by separate forces.

That the United Kingdom must retain the power, properly funded, to intervene abroad militarily when necessary, as the strategy says.

But we must understand that military operations abroad have consequences for security at home.

As the Joint Intelligence Committee warned at the time, our interventions in Iraq and Afghanistan which we supported, in the short term increased the threat of terrorism domestically in the UK and yet we have to ask was all the necessary action domestically taken at the time? And isn't it clear that the answer is no? This leads to the third issue: the importance of following through on the national security strategy.

Here the Prime Minister has a number of questions to answer.

First, why, despite government statements to the contrary, has he still not banned Hizb-ut-Tahrir? It is clearly a gateway group that seeks to poison young minds against our country and against our way of life.

The last Prime Minister said it would happen.

Why hasn't it happened? Why, despite rightly preventing the preacher of hate, Yusef Al Qaradawi, from entering Britain, which he did after our recommendation, why has he not followed the lead of the Irish government and excluded Ibrahim Moussawi, a spokesman for the terrorist organisation Hizbollah, who has recently conducted a speaking tour of the UK? Why has his government allowed public money to end up in the hands of extremist groups such as the Muslim Brotherhood? Does the Prime Minister understand the damage done to our reputation by the perception that this country has allowed itself to become a terrorist breeding ground and a threat to others? And why, despite the urgent need to secure our borders, does he still refuse to create a proper border police force with enforcement powers? What is it that holds him back from these obvious and necessary measures? Can I end by asking this.

A national security approach will not succeed unless we learn from the mistakes made in the past about learning the lessons from conflicts such as he mentioned, Rwanda and Iraq.

With that in mind doesn't he think that it's now time to establish the promised inquiry into the conduct of the Iraq war? To say this cannot be done while our forces are still in Basra is effectively to kick this into the very long grass and it flies in the face of the fact that, in the United States, for instance, they have held such inquiries.

So when he gets to that dispatch box, can he answer that question about when we will have that inquiry, that in order to make a national security strategy really work is so clearly needed?



March 21, 2008
Alan Watt "Cutting Through The Matrix" LIVE on RBN:
"One King's Utopia is a Peasantry's Hell - It's All a Matter of Perception"
(Articles: "Brown unveils security strategy" news.bbc.co.uk - Mar. 19, 2008.)
"In full: Brown security statement" news.bbc.co.uk - Mar. 19, 2008.)
"A Good Name Dragged Down" by Ellen Nakashima (washingtonpost.com) - Mar. 19, 2008.)







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kweli 22-03-2008 08:31 PM

Cheers for that lizzie. I've just listened to the AW on Jeff Rense program, very interesting!

i_am 22-03-2008 08:49 PM

lizzy I have merged this with the AW links thread.

Also in future, please, an introductory paragraph and link not whole transcripts as has been repeatedly asked.

lizzy 22-03-2008 09:02 PM

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Originally Posted by i_am (Post 311015)
lizzy I have merged this with the AW links thread.

Also in future, please, an introductory paragraph and link not whole transcripts as has been repeatedly asked.

hi i-am.

ok......

It was'nt a transcript though, it's a BBC news article. No links to AW site.

i_am 22-03-2008 09:07 PM

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Originally Posted by lizzy (Post 311027)
hi i-am.

ok......

It was'nt a transcript though, it's a BBC news article. No links to AW site.


Ah OK Thanks lizzy. That isn't how it appeared.

Same thing goes though. If you can post a link, and I am sure there is one for the article, post it with just an explanation of what it is about.

Perhaps you could repost that part in the other forum :)

lizzy 23-03-2008 01:19 PM

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Originally Posted by i_am (Post 311032)
Ah OK Thanks lizzy. That isn't how it appeared.

Same thing goes though. If you can post a link, and I am sure there is one for the article, post it with just an explanation of what it is about.

Perhaps you could repost that part in the other forum :)


ok thanks i-am.

eternal_spirit 25-03-2008 01:56 AM

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Democracy is being redefined to protect all minority rights without distinction. The B'nai Brith, formed by the Sephardic Jews who ran most of the slave trade into America, is a Masonic organization and is Chartered under the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, with their buildings called Lodges. They're implicated in fomenting dissension on both sides of the Revolutionary War, the assassination of Abraham Lincoln through the spin-off group called the Knights of the Golden Circle, all recorded in the Congressional Records. The B'nai Brith are writing the Hate Laws today for implementation into the general public. People are being forced to live in United Nation Habitat areas through oppressive taxation, abolition of private property and private transportation, etc., where people will happily be good producers, consumers and taxpayers. What is the esoteric meaning of Revelations, hoodwinked, Harpo Productions (Harpocrates), Thor and "in the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king." Contradictions and additions in the Bible for control purposes. The international priesthood created the form of religion for the masses, so they form-alized and author-ized religion which is based in the material world, to distract the masses from seeking their own individual spirituality within themselves.

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