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Jan. 20, 2009 Alan Watt "Cutting Through The Matrix" LIVE on RBN: "CFR, RIIA, IPR, CIA and Global Culture" *Title/Poem and Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - Jan. 20, 2009 (Exempting Music, Literary Quotes, and Callers' Comments)

Released Wednesday, 21st January 2009
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--{ CFR, RIIA, IPR, CIA and Global Culture:
(Continued from Yesterday)
"Lots of Old Books, Dry Dusty Pages,
Following a System Down through Ages,
Chameleon-like, Adapt! Then Conflagration,
With Tentacle Arms Reaching Each Nation,
Out of Each Conflict, Create Closer Ties,
Low-Level Workers Fed Idealism, Lies,
Old Wealthy Families at the Top, of Course,
Now Own Every Animal, Mineral, Human Resource,
Front-Men Leaders, Scriptwriters Play Sage,
Announcing the Birth of This New Age,
Equality and Unity, All Sounds So Nice,
The Rich Own the World, Rest are Church Mice" © Alan Watt }--
Knowledge is Never Lost - Government Run by Secrecy - OSS, CIA, Culture Creation - Communist Regimes - Predictive Programming.
Novelists, Writers, Publication, Guaranteed Sales - Congress for Cultural Freedom, PEN, Funding - Movies, Fiction, Shaping Opinion, "Sin Cities".
Hollywood Films, Bolshevism, Russia, Germany - Changing Enemies, Orwell's "1984"- War in Iraq - RIIA-CFR Meeting, Creation of World Culture.
Movie Exports, Foreign Policy, "American Values" - Pentagon-Funded War Movies - All Groups Used - Youth, "Antique" History - Folk and Rock Music.
Laurel Canyon, Military Families - Communism Funded by Canada and U.S. - Degeneracy, Cold War, Reece Commission.
Chatham House (WWII OSS Headquarters), RIIA, Cecil Rhodes, Alfred Milner, LON, UN - Professor Carroll Quigley, Alfred Zimmerman.
Britain, British Commonwealth - Lord Lothian, Hess - Royal Institute for International Affairs, Council on Foreign Relations.
(Books: [Continued: "The Cultural Cold War: The CIA and the World of Arts and Letters" by Frances Stonor Saunders.]
["Tragedy and Hope" by Carroll Quigley.])
*Title/Poem and Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - Jan. 20, 2009 (Exempting Music, Literary Quotes, and Callers' Comments)

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