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Jan. 13, 2011 Alan Watt "Cutting Through The Matrix" LIVE on RBN: "Committing the Crime takes Lots of Time" *Title/Poem and Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - Jan. 13, 2011 (Exempting Music, Literary Quotes, and Callers' Comments)

Released Friday, 14th January 2011
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--{ Committing the Crime takes Lots of Time:

"Nothing's Ever as it Seems to Be,
Guided Through Life by Those Who See,
Who Ensure We See Through Frosted Glass,
Like Plato's Cave Shadows, In the Dark, Alas,
There're Few Who Try to Take the Measure
Of Reality, Too Busy Having Pleasure,
No Questions On Who Sets the Pace
And Directs Change for Whole Human Race,
Never Dawns They're Living Through a Plan
Which Seeks Eradication of Sums of Man,
But That's in the Future, Too Far Away
To Connect to Lifestyle of Those Today,
Where Men Encouraged to Chase Women, Tarty,
Disposable, Replaceable in Perpetual Party,
Each Gender has Fun, the Chase, Ego, Lies,
The Fallout - No Progeny, Fewer Live Birth Cries" © Alan Watt }--
Revolutions Promoted from the Top Down - Creation of New Society and New Way of Living - Parallel Government of Foundations and Technocrats -
Rand Corporation, Think Tanks and NGOs giving Gov. Policy - "Wag the Dog" movie - Training into Authoritarianism - Dictates from UN to Nations -
Corrupt Organization of "Charity" - Communitarianism Already Set up to Go, Appointed Leaders - UN Postal RFID.
Mass Observation and Re-engineering of Children, "Contact Point" / GIRFEC Pilot Project - Prescription of At-Home Abortion Drug -
Socialized Public Expect Gov. to Take Care of Them - Jacques Attali's "A Brief History of the Future" book, Human Beings a Commercial Object -
The Future's Already Here - New Rich Nomads - World Run According to Long-Term Plans - the NewClear Family.
(See http://www.cuttingthroughthematrix.com for article links.)
*Title/Poem and Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - Jan. 13, 2011 (Exempting Music, Literary Quotes, and Callers' Comments)

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