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Jan. 20, 2010 Alan Watt "Cutting Through The Matrix" LIVE on RBN: "Parliamentarians are Totalitarians" *Title/Poem and Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - Jan. 20, 2010 (Exempting Music, Literary Quotes, and Callers' Comments)

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--{ Parliamentarians are Totalitarians:
"Some Call it 'Progression,' Some Say it's Fate,
As We're Bullied and Fined into Nanny State,
The Collective Doesn't Mind, They're All the Same,
Downloaded by T.V. and Each Internet Game,
Elite Count on the Brainwashed to Drown out Speakers
Who Know and Study, the Reality Seekers,
The Authoritarians are Openly Out on a Roll,
Over Every Life Facet, Demanding Total Control,
And No Tolerance for Resistors, Just Instant Obedience,
Totalitarian States are Not Known for their Lenience,
People Better be Firm and Learn to Say 'No,'
Freedoms Lost, to Regain, is a Tough Road to Go" © Alan Watt }--
Marxism and Darwinism - Royal Institute of International Affairs / Council on Foreign Relations - Soviet Union (Soviet = Rule by Councils), NGOs of Powerful Foundations in West -
Club of Rome, Collectivism - Unelected Parallel Government, Technocrats, Post-Democratic System - Bernays, Technique of Group Infiltration and Takeover - Post-WWII World divided into Regions.
Public under Total Observation - Abolition of All Conflict - Orwell's "1984", Constant Surveillance by State - Elite Maintain Survival Capabilities -
"Reality" Shows, Training for Domestication and the Camera - Separation of the Generations - UK Nanny State Politically-Correct "Guide" for Grandparents.
Amalgamation of Metropolitan Areas into Supercities - Property Laws (Coming from United Nations) - Amalgamation of Americas, Integration of Security and Intelligence Services.
Climategate and Climate Change / Global Warming / Melting Glacier Scam.
Tool of Education System to Standardize Society - Webster, Creation of Obedient Citizens - John Dewey.
(See http://www.cuttingthroughthematrix.com for article links.)
*Title/Poem and Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - Jan. 20, 2010 (Exempting Music, Literary Quotes, and Callers' Comments)

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