Although the women of the United States are confined within the narrow circle of domestic life, and their situation is, in some respects, one of extreme dependence, I have nowhere seen woman occupying a loftier position; and if I were asked... in which I have spoken of so many important things done by Americans, to what the singular prosperity and growing strength of that people ought mainly to be attributed, I should reply, To the superiority of their women.

--Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America

Monday, June 4, 2012

Best Bilderberg Bankster Busting Bomb Post Ever!

Well, I hope that got your attention.  This post serves as a round up on this year's Bilderberg post. First, introductions:

What is Bilderberg?

It is a private meeting of the CEOs of big banks, business, heads of state, heads of foundations, media and  such. It's limited to around 150 people. The "official" list can be found here. It is said that if someone doesn't want to be on the list for political reasons, they will leave them off.

From the History Commons:

Dr. Joseph H. Retinger (economist, political philosopher, communist Poland's Charge d'Affaires, and a major proponent of a united Europe) along with Prince Bernhard (of Lippe-Biesterfeld) of the Netherlands, Colin Gubbins  (former director of the British Special Operations Executive), and Gen. Walter Bedell Smith (former U.S. Ambassador to Moscow and director of the CIA, who later became an Under Secretary of State in the Eisenhower Administration), joined together in 1954 to organize this secretive policy group. Their first meeting was held at the Hotel de Bilderberg (hence the name of the group, even though they have referred to themselves as 'The Alliance') in Oosterbeek, Holland, from May 29-31, in 1954.
Prince Bernhard is still an active attendee and once wore the Nazi uniform. He had dealings with IG Farben, the contractor that financed and owned the Nazi concentration camps. Remember that fascism is the fusion of business and state, there was a lot of money to be made by working with the Nazis.

Here's my last year's post with a map: What's the Big Deal with the Bilderbergs?

For the coverage of this year's protest, the absolute best and most entertaining reads come from Charlie Skelton of the Guardian:

Bilderberg 2012: Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?
Students have been a big part of Bilderberg 2012. I meet Matt Bobeng and Sam Porter, both 19, from North Carolina State University. I tell Matt, a chemistry major, something that I've noticed over the years: that I find the people outside Bilderberg peculiarly intelligent. "I like to consider us smart people," he laughs. "Me and a bunch of idiots? I don't like that idea." I ask Matt what happens when he talks to his friends about Bilderberg. "People typically don't like the idea of government conspiracies. Government is their safety blanket. You tell a toddler their favourite blanket is full of lice and disease, they'll be resistant to that, they find it uncomfortable."
Real Men Don't Like Oligarchs

As I left the crime scene, I met a member of Oathkeepers trotting down from their gazebo to check on the arrest. "We'll be looking at the video evidence," he assures me, puffing past.
The Oathkeepers are a posse of military veterans and retired police officers, who have come to keep an eye on things at Bilderberg 2012. They're an incredibly reassuring presence; tough, avuncular – darn it they just want to make you go up and shake them by the hand and say: "Thank you, sir, for being here."
The aim of Oathkeepers is encourage anyone who has sworn to defend the constitution – so that's military, law enforcement officers, and first responders – to honour their oath. They're here at Bilderberg to keep a grizzled eye on things.
"We try to stay mission specific," says John Oetken, an Oathkeeper from Orange County – although at Bilderberg, their mission has crept a little to include overseeing not only the police, but also the protesters. "We're a neutral party. We're here to make sure it's a peaceful process, and to keep the knuckleheads in line, from both sides."
I had breakfast this morning with three other veterans – retired Navy men – who have taken a road trip up from Florida to be here at Bilderberg…
Brothers in arms: Wayne, Rick and BobBrothers in arms: Wayne, Rick and Bob. Photograph: Charlie SkeltonDr Rick Davis is about the calmest person I've ever met. A former Flight Surgeon, he spent 9 years in the military, can fly an F16 and carried out missions with the Navy Seals. I ask him why he's come here. He takes his iPhone and shows me a quote from the anthropologist Margaret Mead:
"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has."

Bilderberg 2012: Bigger and Badder Than Ever

It's a kind of live interactive news documentary history wildlife show, a roar of protest from the lion's den, and everyone feels a part of it. The wall between people and events – that dusty old safety barrier between the news and its consumers – it's tumbling down around Bilderberg.
This the working media. They're out here, in the Virginia sun, working hard. Livestreaming, uploading, swapping data, checking audio feeds – in short, reporting the news. And why? Short answer: because CNN isn't.
To be fair to the dinosaurs, this year saw an actual proper mainstream journalist turn up to Bilderberg: the Washington Times sent Ben Wolfgang, who wrote an extremely decent piece – so there you go, mainstream news: it can be done. You may be late to the party, but there's plenty more booze behind the bar. Pour yourself a drink, and let's talk about the transnational machinations of the technocratic banking elite. You might want to sit down, this is going to take a while. It all starts with Plato…[hee, hee, that's pretty funny, but true.]

Bilderberg 2012: The Technocrats are Rising This Year

Most of the other guests have left by now. The hotel is edging towards lockdown. All that's left is a team of nervy conference organizer who start filming us with their iPhones, several dozen security operatives, me, my wife and a really rather boring 'spook', brunching on an adjacent table.
He droned on for the full length of a crab salad about his "internal and external drivers", about how "I got a panel of three-star admirals together" to secure a "$30m contract" and how "CACI excels in capture management".
He talked fondly of CACI International Inc (a giant defense contractor), although more recently he's had "a nice success rate with Booz Allen" (another giant defense contractor). His world was the deathly dull blur between the federal government and private defense corporations. The grim feeding trough of "systems solutions", "security logistics" and "mission assurance". My crab ended just as he was declaring, wisely: "When you leave the navy and you go to a contractor, you say: what's my mission?"
His mission for the next week or so is to keep the queen of the Netherlands, the chairman of Barclays, and the chairman, vice-chairman and CEO of Shell Oil safe and sound for a three-day conference. The hotel is encircled by the offices of the world's largest arms' manufacturers, 15 minutes up the road from the headquarters of the CIA. I suspect they'll be OK.

Bilderberg 2012: Bring on the Bilderbabes

If you peer back into Bilderberg's past, and scan enough declassified documents, you can begin to appreciate how intimate the relationship is between global lobbying and global intelligence.
If you've ever find yourself wondering "what exactly is Bilderberg?", you might want to take a look at a press conference in 1950, held by a man called William Donovan.
William 'Wild Bill' Donovan was "the Father of American Intelligence" – and one of the most senior figures in the US intelligence scene at the time. You can read his CIA biography here but don't forget to clear your cookies afterwards.
Sitting next to Donovan was the man who pulled Bilderberg together in the early 1950s – Józef Retinger. A tireless fixer, social climber and committee former, Retinger in 1950 was the secretary-general of the European Movement. He was also a British intelligence operative, but that's a whole other twist in the tale.
Retinger's burgeoning European Movement was being funded by the CIA. And the man in charge of getting him the money? Tom Braden of the CIA. The third man holding the press conference and quoted in the Saturday Evening Post in 1967 saying, "I'm glad the CIA is immoral."
[Remember that Tom Braden was the guy who debated Larry McDonald on Crossfire in 1983 four months before the Congressman's doom. He was also the father of eight children-no eugenics for him. To add to the weirdness, he and his wife were swingers.]

Bilderberg 2012: Uncle Ken's Drive of Shame

Happier than Bassma is Karen Field, a satisfied protester from Baltimore. She befriended an insider from the venue and came away with the hot gossip from the conference. A great deal of heavy flirting and some awkward lip dodging earned her this admission: "We had a load of the hotel staff gathered round a computer in the back office, watching Alex Jones – and they're all rooting for him." Grinning through gritted teeth at the banksters. It makes you wonder what ended up in the soup. No wonder Ken looks queasy.
As for the conference: "He told me that they don't just all sit together in a big room – which is what I always thought – but they have tons of separate rooms and they split up for the meetings. The first ones are after 4.30 on Thursday." Between meetings, says Karen's source, all the delegates talk about is "money, just money". The source told her: "They don't tip, although four years ago he got $20 from Henry Kissinger's aide. This year, no one got anything." Fair enough, there's a recession on.

Tea Party and Occupy Wall Street: Brothers in Arms - by Ryan Devereaux

For McCarron, who participated in Occupy protests in Colorado, the motivation for attending the rally was simple: "A shadowy group of rich people gathering together, making their plans for the world; I'm not going to sit on my ass and let them do it. They're gonna hear my voice."
McCarton hoped the movements could find common ground and come together.
"It was funny, earlier today me and a Tea Party guy, we threw our arms over each other like 'Hey, here we are, we're working together on this."
"We're all kind of protesting the same thing, just different segments of it," he said. "Whenever we can we should get together."

Divide, conquor and obsfucate, that's the way these people get ahead. It's how they've created a central banking fiat empire all over the globe, then reinvested that money into the destruction of the human race via social engineering through the foundations. They are obsessed with population control as I've shown on here several times. They're not going to buy a billboard with a pentagram on it saying they plan to cull us, ok? It does take a little reading between the lines, but not much, as Luke got Ted Turner to admit:

Ted tries to make the point that his youngest is 40, and was born at a time when the population was only 3 million. He's got five kids, you know.

But the earth can't support anymore people. That's BS. It is true that the earth can't support more people under the bankster's centrally controlled godless utopia.  The Fed-bankster alliance has in its possession over half of the Western US locked up. They've locked up resources out of the individual sector and into their  sector all over the world. They deliberately show you the crowded streets of Bombay on every story done on overpopulation, when there are acres and acres of unpopulated forests in India. God knows the surface area of the Earth, ok? He knows where babies come from and told us to have dominion over the earth. (I am not a "dominionist, by the way.) We, the human race are in competition with Satan for the Earth. Do you understand? Lucifer does not like to lose. He wants us gone and just his little band of useless idiots worshiping him per his five point plan (Isaiah 14)

  1.  I will ascend into heaven,
  2.  I will exalt my throne above the stars of God: 
  3. I will sit also upon the mount of the congregation, in the sides of the north:
  4.  I will ascend above the heights of the clouds;
  5.  I will be like the most High.

However, Yet thou shalt be brought down to hell, to the sides of the pit.

That's right, he won't even get the center of the pit, he'll be off to the side, a total nightmare for a being that craves to be the center of the universe.

Is this big enough perspective for you?  I'll leave you with the exciting Bilderberg confrontations:


  1. Watched the entire video of 12 Confrontations-We Are Change continues to show us bravery --

    1. You would enjoy the one where Luke confronts David Rockefeller at his front door, telling him that we'll defeat the New World Order. Now that is moxy.

  2. Yes, this is the best! Thanks!

    Tom Braden and his wife were swingers! LOL! I recall watching him on crossfire when I was a teenager. He was debating Buchanan on the subject of abortion, and all he could say was "it's just a couple of cells" (referring to the unborn baby).

    1. These people are just depraved on every level. God will give them over to a reprobate mind.

  3. I keep looking at the photo ... Al Bundy is keeping his eye on things at Bilderberg? doh!

    Excellent stuff as always!

    1. I do see the resemblance! Just going to show it's not just a bunch of college kids running around making noise. Mature people hate tyrants also.

      I'd like to hear an Al Bundy Bilderberg tirade, that would be funny!


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