posted on Dec, 30 2002 @ 10:57 PM
I live in the US and I've read some of the reports, and I say they're bogus because:
Up until 1992 or so, they had a "perfect" track record. Everything they said they were going to do, they apparently accomplished -- no matter how
obscure, including manipulating Bill Clinton's career and getting Bush senior to front for him.
They even, according to these reports, engineered the US elections so that Clinton would win. 100% goal achievement.
Then in 1995 or so, if you search the archives, the Bilderbergers suddenly fail all their agendas.
In 1995 they were supposed to coerce the Vietnam government into admitting that they had some POWs, finding a high ranking officer to blame on it, and
executing the officer.
They were going to pressure the USSR to sign over oil and gas rights for very cheap so that the Bilderbergs could earn a lot more money.
A third "regional government" was to be formed in the Pacific Rim, and the UN is to be the seat of the world government. Had a look at the Pacific
Rim lately? They've had 8 years to put through that agenda... they were hitting all their targets at 100% before 1995.
In 1996 they were supposed to engineer the breakup of Canada and Ontario becoming a part of the US in 2003 (now postponed till 2005.) Ah yes, and
there was the GRAND CANAL project... suddenly dropped... then postponed till 2005. It was a "done deal", too.
Ah yes... and the US was to get on board with the environmental program and start paying for the cleanup of third world countries. They've had 8
years and 2 adminstrations on that one... zip, zilch, nada.
And yet they had a *perfect* track record before.
And let's take a gander at the announced schedule of 1999 from this "we are taking over the world and there's nothing you can do about it"
>Global governance, including a review on the progress in
> the formation of an Asian bloc under the leadership of Japan; The
> Kosovo war, including the formation of an "independent" Kosovo; The
> ultimate replacement of NATO with a Western European Army and the
> appointment of a Y2K (Year 2000) Czar (Mikhail Gorbachev could be a
> front runner for this post) to oversee global passage through the Y2K
> Emergency which they feel will be much worse than expected.
I must have slept through the Bilderbergs making all that happen.
...and so on and so forth. If they were real and powerful and exactly what was claimed, howcome their track record is dead-on perfect for the first
8-10 years or so and then suddenly they can't even organize a pencil cup?
A group that supposedly engineered the arrival of Bush Sr into the White House and then Clinton and then Shrub... why, they could do anything. Cause
Ontario to seceed from Canada and the western parts of Canada to join the US. Right?
And yet their track record on this issue is an abysmal failure.
And why is it such a failure? Either the group is imaginary OR the group is real but the "reporter" is making up things about what they're doing.