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Alan WattFrom Alan Watt’s transcript of his May 26, 2006 interview on the Richard Syrett Show (original emphasis):

Note: Is Alex Jones completely unaware of Alan Watt’s statements about him? If not, that says a lot about having Watt on 29 times since 2008, including as recently as May 10, 2012, according to his prisonplanet.tv archives. What, also, does it say about Watt?

John: Yes. On the person that emailed the comment or the question whatever about Alex Jones about placating towards the New World Order, I was going to say about that. I know Alex Jones. A lot of his stuff I mean he shows you even like mainstream documentation to backup his stuff. Now when he goes into for example stuff about showing about all the different freedoms being lost in particular right now in the U.S., well that I’m thinking could be like useful for the Illuminati even because if people eventually wake up, say, in the U.S., and see a bunch of freedoms being lost and that helps bring down that government, which is a puppet government with the ultimate puppeteers over top anyways, plus the fact that the New World Order plan calls for the U.S. to fall for the rise of the New World Order, so people waking up to freedoms, they’re being lost anyways, falling helps the rise of the one world government–the New World Order. Since that phoenix falling and then the new base coming out of ashes, and that’s part of their plan, that could help us there. Also there is – when Alex Jones talks about the founding fathers, he talks about them as if they were signing in freedom; when I think they were probably just playing a game to be able set up a vehicle for the Illuminati to use to bring on their New World Order and in order to do that they had to put up like this Constitution to be able to get it going. So I guess basically those are my couple of comments.”

Richard: Is that how it works though that Alex Jones has created an order to create the illusion that in other words to placate—

Alan: It’s always been like that. In fact, Albert Pike said, “whenever the people need a hero we shall supply him,” and this is another part of the technique they’ve done all down through the ages. They always give us our leaders, the piped pipers, and they lead us in circles and they always lead us to an ending we never suspected.

Richard: But some of them are legit, are they not? I mean Alex Jones – New World Order?

Alan: A technique of control is to terrify the public. If you listen to maybe 10 or 15 minutes, you’ll be underneath your kitchen table quivering with fear because he’ll hit you like a machine gun.

Richard: Oh yeah, he talks about American gulags—

Alan: In 15 minutes he’s hit about 50 different things out to you.

Richard: There is a lot to be fearful of, is there not?

Alan: There’s fearful but there’s a way of presentation that in Tavistock they found the same techniques to be used in the First World War. That’s why Tavistock was set up and they used these techniques over the BBC Radio to terrify the public. The CFR or the Royal Institute of International Affairs used it to do the build up of WWII and they had these people on who talked rapid-fire and they would hit you with all these coming scenarios that Hitler was going to do to you. Carroll Quigley mentions that in his book “The Anglo-American Establishment” that the CFR and Royal Institutes met about five years before WWII. They were the big newspaper boys. They owned the newspapers and they decided at that meeting to terrorize the public so that when the war started the public would give a sigh of relief that something was actually happening.

Here is a recording of the interview:

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BIS Headquarters in Basel

The Bank for International Settlements, the central bank for the central bankers, was established in 1930, and its purpose was described by Georgetown professor Carroll Quigley in his 1966 book, Tragedy and Hope:

[T]he powers of financial capitalism had another far-reaching aim, nothing less than to create a world system of financial control in private hands able to dominate the political system of each country and the economy of the world as a whole. This system was to be controlled in a feudalist fashion by the central banks of the world acting in concert, by secret agreements arrived at in frequent private meetings and conferences. The apex of the system was to be the Bank for International Settlements in Basel, Switzerland, a private bank owned and controlled by the world’s central banks which were themselves private corporations.

BIS rules, according to Ellen Brown, prohibit governments from borrowing from their own central bank or issuing their own money.

Among its current 60 members there are five Muslim-majority countries: Algeria, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, and United Arab Emirates.

The most significant of the five, to me, are Saudi Arabia and the UAE. Despite pretenses of both being presented as challenges to the current world power structure, with Saudi Arabia controlling so much oil reserves and having a very different society than the liberal Western societies of today, and the UAE being a regional financial and business powerhouse, both are members of this private central banking cartel whose purpose, as mentioned earlier, is to “[dominate] the economy of the world as a whole.”

Note that among all the Muslim-majority countries that have had massive uprisings (Tunisia, Egypt, Yemen, Bahrain and Syria) or U.S. bombings (Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan and Libya), none of them were members of the BIS.

The U.S. and NATO turned a blind eye to BIS member Saudi Arabia suppressing an uprising in neighbouring Shiite-majority Bahrain.

Despite pretenses of Saudi Arabia and the UAE promoting Shariah-compliant banking as a strong challenge to the current world banking system, their membership in the BIS should indicate otherwise.

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