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Bilderberg Group: Be Afraid Be Very Afraid

By Bill Glassberg

Finally, thanks to the Internet, alternative media and legitimate news sources like the The Guardian Express, more and more people are becoming aware of the sinister Bilderberg Group.

In short, the BB Group is a consortium of financial, political, industrial, energy and media heavyweights from around the world who meet annually in secret and behind closed doors to further their agenda of crentralized, global power. The group works closely with other organizations, think tanks and agencies like the Council on Foreign Relations, CIA, World Bank, NSA, Federal Reserve, Tri-Lateral Commission and many others.

The Bilderberg Group was the brainchild of well-known communist Joseph Retinger, who enlisted the help of his good friend Prince Bernard of the Netherlands. On the American side, C.D. Jackson and then Director of CIA General Walter Bedell Smith helped to organize. Many of the world’s richest and most powerful were in full support of the idea because of its informality, secrecy and lack of media scrutiny. They could sit back, relax and throw ideas back and forth on ways to retain, expand and consolidate their enormous power and wealth. Because many of the members were already high-level officials, CEOs, Heads of State, royalty, etc., the ideas spawned at their conferences could be implemented and overseen by the members in their “official” capacities. As Bilderberg attendee Giovanni Agnelli, head of Fiat Motors said, “European integration is our goal and where the politicians have failed, we industrialists hope to succeed.” This goal, of course, was reached as we have in fact witnessed the formation of the E.U., a major step towards global domination and the destruction of sovereign, independent nations.

Later, in 2009, Bilderberg chairman Etienne Davignon bragged that the euro was actually an idea for a single European currency hatched at a BB meeting.

The group’s first meeting was held in Oosterbeck, Holland, at the Hotel de Bilderberg (hence the name) in May 1954. Not surprisingly, Henry Kissinger served on the governing council.

For decades now, anyone who even mentioned the BB’s goal of global central power and world government were typically labeled “conspiracy nuts” by the corporate press and media who denied the very existence of the group. A good reason for this can be explained by an American traitor who has attended every BB meeting since 1953. David Rockefellar, at a BB meeting in 1991 (also in attendance was Governor Bill Clinton and Dan Quale), said, “We are grateful to The Washington Post, The N.Y. Times, Time Magazine and other great publications whose directors have attended our meetings and respected their promises of discretion for almost 40 years. It would not have been possible for us to develop our plan for the world if we had been subjected to the lights of publicity during those years. But the world is more sophisticated now and prepared to march towards a world government. The supranational sovereignty of an intellectual elite and world banker is surely preferable to the national auto determination of past centuries.”

As I was writing this, the BB Group met at the Westfield Marriott Hotel in Chantilly, Virginia. The Marriott was courteous enough to throw all of their guests out two days prior to our global overlords’ arrival. You might think that because it is a crime for U.S. citizens and representatives to confer with foreign governments against the interests of the United States or negotiate on behalf of the U.S. without authorization, according to the Logan Act (18 U.S.C.A. 953), the police and federal agents would arrest those breaking the law and betraying America. Unfortunately, this is not the case. So far, three of the hundreds of protestors outside the Marriott have been arrested by the Chantilly Police Department. Why? Getting too close to the BB’s limos!

For more information on the Bilderberg Group, please visit: www.bilderberggroup.net, www.infowars.com, bilderberg,org, or bilderbergbook.com.

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