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Bilderberg Website Hacked: ‘We Will Find You and We Will Hack You’

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posted on Dec, 30 2016 @ 09:33 PM
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originally posted by: Christosterone
Just curious...

What if your in the 1% and already serve the public...at least in your opinion??

Are these hackers the judge and jury as to whether my service is in the general interest of humanity???

Frankly I find these hackers who strive for social justice every bit as despicable as the liberal thought police doing exactly the same thing albeit in a much more annoying fashion…

Let me give you an example:
Most would generally agree physicians tend to serve the public…
But what about plastic surgeons?
Should they be punished because their primary source of income is cash pay…???
Even though many of them spend hours upon hours in trauma bays [by choice] reconstructing faces and bodies mangled from car crashes and gun shots for the downtrodden and uninsured...???

Again, these hackers may seem like a sort of Robin Hood but it is not their place to judge who is and who is not serving the public good…

-Chris


Hypoteticaly speaking if the 1% are already serving the public good than they don't have anything to fear ( not that anonymous is something to be feared)


That you so easy quantify an example of a plastic surgeon doing good (by helping the mangled uninsured) suggests that it should be easy for a bystander to determine if others are serving the public good to the best of their abilitis.
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posted on Dec, 30 2016 @ 09:52 PM
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a reply to: RAY1990

You assume we would have rights in a one world govt.

Very dangerous assumptions.



posted on Dec, 30 2016 @ 10:00 PM
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a reply to: DanDanDat

I think what Chris was trying to convey was, these people might think they are already doing good for human kind.

Bloomberg just spent 20 million here in NV getting an FBI background check gun law passed. In the end, it's unenforceable and poorly written. But the fact remains...do you think in his jaded mind, that he doesn't think a total gun ban would not benefit human kind? Why else would he do it? Elite human control will never happen. NWO will never happen.

A socialist will always think he is benefiting human kind, until he is at the bottom.

How much money from the elite have been spent on agenda 21? That's not about the NWO. That's about jaded minds thinking that freedom is a hindrance. Socialism in the mind of a trillionare, is a service to human kind.

So who decides which side is right? Elites? Anons?



posted on Dec, 31 2016 @ 12:12 AM
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a reply to: Christosterone

I don't agree with this concept since its a pot/kettle debate that is analyzing the term 'hacking' as being computer manifested ONLY. Personally, I feel my life got hacked in a physical sense... the 1% essentially steers the finances of the world's citizens into their pockets.

How is it hard to understand that the 1% has a long historical history of privatizing banks within countries long before the USA? Of course they serve the public in government... our government is trillions of dollars in debt to these people, so that essentially means governments primary focus balance lays within the debt management.

It should be a much simpler concept then the complete psychological breakdown that these things become. Pick any form of government, start a new one, and let legacies take hold without wiping the slate clean every now and then. If the cleaning isn't done, the dirt builds up. Let things go 150 to 200 years unchecked, and the world will see some very interesting ways to balance the monetary thresholds... add technology and info to the mix, and it can make a high school play Emmy worthy.



posted on Dec, 31 2016 @ 01:23 AM
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What about, what about. what about..... ok lets not do anything then and just let business as usual continue on the way it has been.

I say if they can disrupt the system more power to them. If they can teach them fear..... I am all for it.... and if they can somehow bring the mighty to their knees..... then I say go for it...... get into their banks and start erasing some zero's...



posted on Dec, 31 2016 @ 02:38 AM
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a reply to: seasonal

In principle I love it. But one year? We'll all be dead! They'll find every single one ever sympathising with anon and mass fake suicides and....
Sorry pre- coffee paranoia.



posted on Dec, 31 2016 @ 02:48 AM
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originally posted by: jacobe001
The problem with the Bilderberg Group is that they operate in secrecy involving political and economic affairs that Americans are entitled to know about.

Under our Constitution, they should be shutdown and the members arrested and thrown in prison

The only attendees of the Bilderberg Group are the heads of Corporations and Banks and their puppet politicians.
Labor nor your average American are allowed to attend, this also goes against Capitalism

If they were working for the majority of Americans, then how come in the past 40 years since they have been having their meetings have the average American been experiencing stagnant wages, outsourcing of jobs, taking over our government globalism and so on has been taking place?

The only thing the Bilderberg group has been good for is Bilberberg Members and the top elite

They need to be shut down.

I think it is much simpler than you are trying to imply. Almost sounds like your bitter/jealous because someone else has more.

I scrape by and have lived on the edge many times but that is life. Would I want to be rich, maybe. There are a lot of problems having money and not being born to the lifestyle I would feel like a poser trying to fit in.

The drum beat of conspiracy because the rich get together and don't invite Alex Jones is just that, a conspiracy in the mind of a sensationalist web warrior and his followers.

My take on the rich getting together is like any other clique, you like to associate with people like yourself, socially, economically, politically, etc. A pleb would have no understanding of their problems and issues, they lack the of frame of reference.

I look at the Bilderberg Club like it is the Moose Lodge for the political elites and industrial experts who just happen to be rich.

OK, it is a little strange doing it only once a year, that we know of, but again that may be more to plebeian misunderstanding and misinterpretation as well as scheduling.

As far as "Plotting to Control the World" a la the Legion of Doom, that's fantasy.

Come hell or high water all you can do is support and love yourself and your family.

Don't take life seriously, no one get out alive.



posted on Dec, 31 2016 @ 03:02 AM
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a reply to: Bramble Iceshimmer

The gospel of consumerism. Enjoy if you are thinking that's enough, but politics impact us. There are soldiers far away, some dying there, families are affected by that, they're doing that mostly to take care of someone. The people should have a say in that and therefore must be informed what the hell is really going on!
Questioning because you doubt the stories is a good thing. Because the little ones will have to live in the world we allow to be. You can't just leave that in the hand of people who at some point said, to end the hunger in the world, they could sell fecies.



posted on Dec, 31 2016 @ 03:08 AM
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Seems a bit pathetic. They're beyond being given an ultimatum. And the punishment? Ooh not hacking! Makes a mockery really. Yet another Anonymous cliff hanger.



posted on Dec, 31 2016 @ 03:15 AM
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originally posted by: RAY1990
a reply to: jacobe001

The Biderberg Group is bigger than the USA.

As in it isn't all Americans.

A real one world government is actually the best way to destroy people who conspire against the public.


Huh, one of my friends use exactly same reasoning. Let me test it. Is the best governor Artificial Intelligence?



posted on Dec, 31 2016 @ 05:32 AM
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a reply to: seasonal

Why wouldn't we have rights? I highly doubt universal human rights will ever be abolished, changed maybe but only in terms of an upgrade, at the end of the day everyone deserves them.

a reply to: JanAmosComenius

No AI needed, a world government that isn't too overbearing or abused is increasingly possible these days with technology.

The big issue guys is the different forms of rule, democracies can be compatible. It becomes slightly more difficult with different forms of rule.

However, devolution of power is going to happen on way or another over time. This fundamentally a good thing, for instance a farmer has little sway in politics but if politics was highly local said farmer could cause a lot of change.

This hypothetical one world government would be more if a caretaker, ensuring politics and policy is done legally and properly.

No more politicians setting up the monopoly board for corporations, because they'd have to deal with local authorities and residents.

I've left a lot out as I don't want to hijack the thread (probably deserves it's own thread) but I hope you get the angle I'm coming from... Everyone is sick of career politicians, their uselessness will only grow as populations grow.



posted on Dec, 31 2016 @ 05:50 AM
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a reply to: RAY1990

I got it two decades ago. I'm anarchist.



posted on Dec, 31 2016 @ 07:14 AM
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originally posted by: Christosterone
Just curious...

What if your in the 1% and already serve the public...at least in your opinion??

Are these hackers the judge and jury as to whether my service is in the general interest of humanity???

Frankly I find these hackers who strive for social justice every bit as despicable as the liberal thought police doing exactly the same thing albeit in a much more annoying fashion…

Let me give you an example:
Most would generally agree physicians tend to serve the public…
But what about plastic surgeons?
Should they be punished because their primary source of income is cash pay…???
Even though many of them spend hours upon hours in trauma bays [by choice] reconstructing faces and bodies mangled from car crashes and gun shots for the downtrodden and uninsured...???

Again, these hackers may seem like a sort of Robin Hood but it is not their place to judge who is and who is not serving the public good…

-Chris


This is what I think about every time I see the "1%" called out - I honestly think it's an attempt to deflect from the real power elite who take advantage of their position and use it to gather more resources away from the many to themselves using unfair practices only they can get away with.

My employer is a family owned business and are in the "1%" They pay their employees, at all positions, better than anyone in the industry in the region, and are highly charitable within the community.

$465k gross income to be in the top 1%. Well off, but hardly world power elite.



posted on Dec, 31 2016 @ 07:20 AM
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a reply to: dogstar23

Exactly power elite, not rural, social elite. The real problem is probably far different than what we lied to and deceived public know, or can guess.



posted on Dec, 31 2016 @ 07:44 AM
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originally posted by: jacobe001
The problem with the Bilderberg Group is that they operate in secrecy involving political and economic affairs that Americans are entitled to know about.


It's only a problem if you think people should not speak privately. Besides, the business of the Bilderberg group is well publicised. It's a talking shop for people from many nations - not just Americans.


Under our Constitution, they should be shutdown and the members arrested and thrown in prison


Wow. The world does not give a toss for the US Constitution, assuming that's the one you were referring to. You need to go and live in China, or Russia, or some other backward country that represses thought and throws people in gaol when they hold "secret" meetings.
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posted on Dec, 31 2016 @ 09:41 AM
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a reply to: dogstar23

What you said makes really good sense, I think this story maybe about the .%, not the 1%. And Soros-es of this world may very well be the real problem.

What can anyone do?



posted on Dec, 31 2016 @ 01:30 PM
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a reply to: seasonal

I dont think the real "Bilderbergs", "Illuminati", "New World Order", "Skull and Bones" or any other secret org (org's)...HAVE real websites to begin with to hack...

...or even that the 'ANONYMOUS" youre talking about...is even the REAL one...



posted on Dec, 31 2016 @ 01:34 PM
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a reply to: mysterioustranger

Every one has something that can be hacked. The Bilderberg has something, they are a centralized and if what they are up to is true, there is tera bites of info somewhere and I doubt it is on paper.



posted on Dec, 31 2016 @ 06:36 PM
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Man.. where are all the NSA hackers.. renegade NSA hackers should be doing this from the inside.

Expose the paedophile scum f*cks!



posted on Jan, 1 2017 @ 07:01 AM
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I must say I don't have much confidence in Anonymous. Supposedly the hackers of the people what exactly have their done? Sure they exposed paedos with #opdeatheaters but who paid any attention to this? I can guarantee if I were to ask the people in my town about #opdeatheaters the majority wouldn't have a clue about it. The exposing of paedos hardly saw anyone be bought to justice

And now Anon are giving the guests of the bilderberg meetings a year to change their ways? Why a year? bilderberg has been around for ages why wait another year, another year that we will forget Anon even mentioned this.

If anon were the hackers they say they were they would be hacking news stations posting all their exposed info, they were be hacking those of he bilderbergs NOW.. not in a years time.

Until I see some hard evidence that anon are doing good for the people then I'll take anything they do half heartedly




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