Alan Watt – A Globalist Agenda For a Dumbed Down Domesticated Society – A Prison Planet special

Published April 16, 2012

Allan Watt is one of the most prolific researchers and educators on the subject of global governance, Geo-politics and the unfolding new world order.

The information he broadcasts from his flagship radio show called “Cutting through the Matrix” is meticulously and thoroughly researched, evoking the listener to think about the world around them, not as it is presented but rather how they are governed by it.

Who are the players that design this world policy and manipulatively attempt to control portions of our population through policies and agendas unbeknown to so many?

Who are the organizations that guide sovereign nations to compliance and thus prepare us for servitude through perpetual debt and intended crisis?

For two hours, Allan takes us through many interesting walkabouts that are seldom discussed on mainstream media let alone throughout any academic curriculum.

Essential to understanding the basics of manipulative control systems implemented against the general public by organized efforts this video is a good introduction to changes and agenda’s approaching that would lead one to better comprehend a few concealed realities around them.

Written and review by NS

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Bayer and US Government Knowingly Gave HIV to Thousands of Children


Dr. Marijn Dekkers has been chairman of Bayer AG’s Group Board of Management since October 1, 2010.

Werner Baumann has been a member of the Board of Management of Bayer AG since January 1, 2010. He is responsible for Finance (Chef Financial Officer) and for the Europe region.

Bayer and US Government Knowingly Gave HIV to Thousands of Children

What if a company that you thought you could trust, knowingly sold you a medicine for your child that they knew had the potential to give your child HIV? How would you react? What if a government agency that claims the responsibility for protecting you from such treachery, not only looked the other way, but was complicit in this exchange?

Everyone has heard of Bayer aspirin, it is a household name. Bayer AG also manufactures numerous other products, from pesticides to medicine for hemophiliacs called Factor 8.

In 1984 Bayer became aware that several batches of this Factor 8 contained HIV. They knew this because there was an outbreak of HIV among hemophiliac children, and this outbreak was traced back to Bayer.

Unable to sell their Factor 8 in the US, Bayer, with the FDA’s permission, (yes that’s right, the FDA allowed Bayer to potentially kill thousands) sold this HIV infected medicine to Argentina, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, and Singapore after February 1984, according to the documents obtained by the NY Times. The documents showed how Cutter Biological, a division of Bayer, shipped more than 100,000 vials of unheated concentrate, worth more than $4 million, after it began selling the safer product.

The result of this sale of HIV tainted medication ended up infecting tens of thousands and killing thousands. Thousands of innocent children and adults have died at the hand of this corporation and no punitive action has been taken against them. The health department leaders in Argentina, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, and Singapore were all imprisoned, while the US FDA continues down its hellish path. When asked about the sale of the tainted Factor 8, Bayer responded, “Decisions made nearly two decades ago were based on the best scientific information of the time and were consistent with the regulations in place.” This can be interpreted as Bayer asking the FDA for permission to murder children for profit and the FDA giving its approval. According to the NY Times, the Food and Drug Administration’s regulator of blood products, Dr. Harry M. Meyer Jr., asked that the issue be “quietly solved without alerting the Congress, the medical community and the public.”

No one in the government nor Bayer have been charged with anything in regards to this matter. Bayer continues to sell its Factor 8 medication to this day.

John Pilger Deconstructs the New World Order

November 27, 2013, part 1 of 1.
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30 November 2013
By Hereward Fenton


John Pilger

My guest today is legendary filmmaker John Pilger, who has just released a new documentary, ‘Utopia‘, which documents the ongoing oppression of Australia’s indigenous people which Pilger first highlighted in his 1985 film ‘The Secret Country‘.

During our interview Pilger explains how the false left/right paradigm disguises a much deeper agenda of control which we see being played out all over the world. He highlights the way in which racist policies such as the Northern Territory Intervention have been used in a sense to trial new ways of controlling populations, which are now being rolled out nationally, and across all ethnic divisions.

Pilger talks of a new class division which is being created within modern society, between those who are willing to go along with an increasingly tyrannical system and those who are marginalised to the status of a disenfrachised under class, whose lives are monitored, controlled and restricted in a multitude of ways.

Pilger also talks about the role of the media in falsely representing the policies of the major parties, giving us the illusion that we are able to make a meaningful choice when it comes time to vote, whereas, in fact, whichever way we vote things turn out pretty much the same. He argues that similar PR (or propaganda) techniques have been used to ‘sell’ wars to us in order to keep us compliant.

Also in today’s show, we bring you some media clips in relation to welfare quarantining and the Basics Card.

I believe today’s show is an important contribution to the worldwide struggle against encroaching tyranny. If you feel the same, please forward this link to your contact list.


Evergreen Air Shuts Down Suddenly: CIA Chemtrail Contractor Goes Under

Starship Earth: The Big Picture

Thank you to ThePeople’sVoice FB:

This to me is very significant. Evergreen Air is the CIA company that has been laying chemtrails all over the Valley of the Sun here in Arizona, and no doubt other places, as well.

For an airline to shut down so suddenly—less than a month’s notice, effective Nov. 29th—is unheard of, isn’t it? And they won’t return calls from the press?

A comment following the original article:

“Do not feel saddened for the business, unless it is for the employees. The business has been mismanaged for at least a decade. As to the abruptness of the closing. The company has been bleeding and playing a shell game for some time.Over the last year employees have been payed up to two weeks late, every paycheck. The local media, newspapers and radio, have not been reporting as they should have.”

Was their insolvency because the cabal is…

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Manitoba justice wins Mahatma Gandhi peace award

Justice Murray Sinclair wins award from Mahatma Gandhi Centre of Canada

Manitoba justice wins Mahatma Gandhi peace award

A Manitoba justice has won the Mahatma Gandhi Peace Award for 2013 for his work uniting First Nations communities and the Canadian government.

Sinclair accepted his award to a standing ovation on Tuesday, after University of Winnipeg president Lloyd Axworthy lauded the justice for offering a voice to those who are underrepresented or victimized in Canada.

Lloyd Axworthy and Murray Sinclair

The University of Winnipeg’s Lloyd Axworthy and Manitoba Justice Murray Sinclair speak before an awards ceremony in Winnipeg on Tuesday. (Nelly Gonzalez/CBC)

“It’s an incredible honour first of all because Gandhi is such a hero of mine,” Sinclair said. “I think he’s a hero to a lot of people.”

Sinclair attended the U of W in the 1970s and quickly moved into a career as an aboriginal rights lawyer. Less than 20 years later, he was appointed chief judge of the Provincial Court of Manitoba, becoming the province’s first aboriginal judge.

Sinclair is now the chair of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, which is in the midst of a five-year investigation into the historical role of residential schools in Canada.

Sinclair’s work with the commission is what prompted the award, which recognizes people who aim to resolve conflicts through peaceful means.

Robert Daniels is a long-time friend of Sinclair’s and said he is a role model to many people in the aboriginal community.

“He’s involved in a whole number of areas, so he’s a real role model, you might say, to everybody,” said Daniels. “If they can go as high as he can and even higher, that would be a real blessing to our people.”

Sinclair said he was honoured to receive the award but added there is much more work that still needs to be done to heal tensions between residential school survivors and the Canadian government.

“I have said to many young people, ‘The truth will set you free, but first, it will also piss you off.’ We must acknowledge that,” said Sinclair.

The commission launched in 2008 and is expected to conclude this year, and Sinclair said he hopes it will continue to educate Canadians about the residential school system and how to heal and move forward from it.

 “It’s not an aboriginal problem. It’s a Canadian problem,” he said.

Sinclair called the work he did with the commission a form of “transitional justice” that is not yet over. “Part of the answer lies in the way that we educate children,” he said.


Judge Murray Sinclair calls residential schools a form of genocide

The Canadian Press
Published Saturday, February 18, 2012 9:28PM EST

WINNIPEG – The chairman of Canada’s truth and reconciliation commission says removing more than 100,000 aboriginal children from their homes and placing them in residential schools was an act of genocide.

Justice Murray Sinclair says the United Nations defines genocide to include the removal of children based on race, then placing them with another race to indoctrinate them. He says Canada has been careful to ensure its residential school policy was not “caught up” in the UN’s definition.

“That’s why the minister of Indian affairs can say this was not an act of genocide,” Sinclair told students at the University of Manitoba Friday. “But the reality is that to take children away and to place them with another group in society for the purpose of racial indoctrination was — and is — an act of genocide and it occurs all around the world.”

About 150,000 First Nations, Inuit and Metis children were forced to attend the government schools over much of the last century. The last school closed outside Regina in 1996.

The $60-million truth and reconciliation commission is part of a landmark compensation deal between the federal government, the Crown and residential school survivors. It is about halfway through its mandate and has visited about 500 communities, where it has heard graphic details of rampant sexual and physical abuse.

The commission has taken 25,000 statements from survivors so far and has heard from about 100 people who worked in the schools, Sinclair said.

Their legacy has left an indelible impact on Canadian society, he added. The commission has heard stories of survivors continuing the cycle of abuse with their own children.

Even those who worked at the schools are not immune. Many of them were victims, too, and suffer lingering guilt and shame.

“We’ve had teachers come forward to us and spoken to the commission … about how they so hated the experience of teaching in a residential school that they quickly left,” Sinclair said. “They never put the fact that they worked at a residential school on their resume and they always kept that fact hidden from everybody, even from their own families.”

Just as children of school survivors suffer with their parents’ pain, so, too, do children of those who worked in the schools, Sinclair said. Children of staff members also attended the schools and still grapple with what they saw and experienced there. Some watched their parents become deeply depressed later in life as they came to realize what they had been a part of.

“In many ways, they also feel victimized by having been in residential schools. There is a great mixture of experiences here.”

The commission is expected to release an interim report shortly about what it’s heard so far. But even halfway through its mandate, Sinclair said, it’s clear work will take much longer to complete.

There are between 200 million and 300 million government documents on residential schools policy and about 20 million photographs. The commission has only managed to copy about 14,000 photos for the record, he said.

Canada will have to work hard to undo the damage done by the schools long after the commission has finished its work, Sinclair suggested. Generations of children — both aboriginal and non-aboriginal — have been brought up on a curriculum that dismissed aboriginal culture and history as worthless and inferior.

Another consequence is that there is a spiritual void in many aboriginal communities, Sinclair added. Churches that once had strong congregations in aboriginal communities have moved out and elders who could pass on traditional spiritual teachings are no longer living.

“It took 130 years to create this problem. It’s probably going to take us 130 years to undo it.”