“Hi folks. I’m Alan Watt, and this is Cutting Through the Matrix. It’s October 19th, 2007. For those who are newcomers, please look into cuttingthroughthematrix.com for lots of free downloads on previous shows and the histories of this great big world of ours and how we’re going into a particular ultimate fascist dictatorship to be worldwide, how we got here, and who the players are behind it. Get free transcripts in the languages of Europe from alanwattsentientsentinel.eu.

Last Wednesday, I was reading a little bit from a book called ‘The Trap’ by Sir James Goldsmith, who came over from Britain and he was a big magnate in Britain. He was a big mover and shaker for huge corporations his whole life. He was all for the European Union at one time because the way it was sold to these movers and shakers, of which he was one, was that countries would still retain some sort of independence and sovereignty, but when he saw it going off into a strange closed totalitarian little parliament in Brussels, he came out against it and tried to pull Britain back out of it again. Then he came down with a very fast-acting cancer which would kill him within a month or two in fact after diagnosis. I’ve got the audio tape of the speech he gave at the U.S. Senate in 1994 just prior to them signing the GATT treaty. Everyone’s heard of it. I heard it on the same news as everyone else heard it from, but everyone has tossed it out of their mind because they were not told that it was important by the same media that told you about it. The General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade was a Star Chamber that was being set up to dictate who would trade with whom, which companies could do so and who would be excluded when the Star Chamber’s verdict was final. There was no input from any public anywhere. It’s a closed system, the Star Chamber, based after the old King James. He had a Star Chamber in his court as well where their word was law. There was no appeal, same system. This General Agreement on Tariff and Trade was to give certain ‘favored nation status,’ a term coined way back in times of John Dee at the British Court in the 1500’s for free trade, where the big corporations in other words would be excluded from paying taxes for import duties into other countries. Tonight after the show that will be up, a particular audio from Sir James Goldsmith. Great speech, it was started off by the speaker for the Commerce Committee, Senator Hawley; you’ll hear him at the beginning. The odd thing was they all agreed with him, then about two days later they all voted for GATT.”

[Alan Watt and his radio programme, Cutting Through the Matrix, October 2007]

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