A favorite Bilderberg method consists of inviting wannabe future heads of state to their meetings to determine whether they will go along with their agenda. We thus saw George H. W. Bush attend their 1985 meeting, Bill Clinton attend their 1991 meeting, Tony Blair in 1993, and Romano Prodi, former head of the EU Commission, in 1999.
So what exactly is Bilderberg? It’s neither an organization nor a lobby. The “Bilderberg Meetings,” as they dub themselves in their (apparently) official website http://www.bilderbergmeetings.com, is a “by-invitation-only” club of around 140 very high-power people from business, finance, oil, politics, media, industry, academia and nobility who come together in a very private no-media / no cameras / extremely-tight-security surroundings to discuss… Well… there’s the rub: what exactly do they discuss?
They describe themselves as “a small, flexible, informal and off-the-record international forum in which different viewpoints can be expressed and mutual understanding enhanced. Bilderberg’s only activity is its annual Conference. At the meetings, no resolutions are proposed, no votes taken, and no policy statements issued.”
True enough. Actually, they don’t need to because each individual member’s power is so very vast that whatever they agree will forcefully span the globe through their far-reaching leverage and clout.
Just know that it’s bigger than our two party political system, and our Presidents are pawns for a much larger geopolitical agenda: one world government. But how will the decline of Europe and America impact this group’s future, and it’s power structure? It will definitely be interesting to see what unfolds before the next election. This meeting will set the tone for what’s to come…so be prepared, and be informed. To know a little more about Bilderberg, watch Alex Jones’ “The Obama Deception.” I first saw this documentary a couple years ago and it forever changed my views on America and the role of our government.
Wake up people! Having an understanding of history doesn’t mean you’re a conspiracy theorist. Even Thomas Jefferson once said, “The issue today is the same as it has been throughout all history, whether man shall be allowed to govern himself or be ruled by a small elite.”
If you’re in the Chantilly, Virginia area, Alex Jones wants you to come out and protest. Click here for more info: http://rt.com/usa/news/bilderberg-jones-elite-years-331/.