Friday, June 1, 2012

Bilderberg 2012: Make believe cops are everywhere keeping the reporters away from the 'make-believe' meeting!

Bilderberg 2012...
For those who do not believe that the Bilderbergers exist why are there so many police (see video below) keeping the reporters at bay?   I guess the police are fictitious...
"There's many reasons why people want to go to the Bilderberg meetings, there are many advantages at a personal level, but then I suppose there's the supreme professional advantage of being recognized as a person who has the capability and has achieved a position in life where you can influence thinking on world affairs.   ...but the greatest anxiety over acceptance, is amongst those who are invited once, but not asked again." ~ from CNBC News
Listen to the list of attendees in the video below (some examples are Senator John F. Kerry, and former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger and including representatives from the Dow Chemical Company)
Lucifer Reigns Supreme At Bilderberg. (partial posting from The Excavator)
"Once it was the "revolt of the masses" that was held to threaten social order and the civilizing traditions of Western culture. In our time, however, the chief threat seems to come from those at the top of the social hierarchy, not the masses. This remarkable turn of events confounds our expectations about the course of history and calls long-established assumptions into question.
When José Ortega y Gasset published The Revolt of The Masses, first translated into English in 1932, he could not have foreseen a time when it would be more appropriate to speak of a revolt of elites. Writing in the era of the Bolshevik Revolution and the rise of fascism, in the aftermath of a cataclysmic war that had torn Europe apart, Ortega attributed the crisis of Western culture to the "political domination of the masses." Today it is the elites, however - those who control the international flow of money and information, preside over philanthropic foundations and institutions of higher learning, manage the instruments of cultural production and thus set the terms of public debate - that have lost faith in the values, or what remains of them, of the West." - Christopher Lasch, "The Revolt of the Elites and the Betrayal of Democracy." 1996. Pg. 25-26.
Hardcore activists and new media journalists from around the world journeyed to Chantilly, Virginia on Thursday, May 31st, site of the 2012 Bilderberg conference, one of the most highly secret political gatherings in the world.

The Bilderberg Group, as a symbolic nucleus of the Western power elite, no longer operates under a thick shell of cosmic secrecy, press censorship, and public ignorance. The awakening of the Western world coupled with the meteoric rise of the alternative media has brought the Bilderberg Legend to an end.

In previous years, the ruling Bilderberg cabal was shielded from the bright lights of publicity, which added to its legend. But the global spread of the Occupy movement and the increasing public awareness of the powerful group's existence has made the 2012 meeting an unusually public affair for the notoriously camera shy Bilderberg attendees. The exception is Henry Kissinger, who entered the hotel on Thursday in a car with untinted windows, perhaps as a way to demonstrate his fearless nature to the heroic activists protesting outside the gates.

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