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Results on the world of the Bilderberg 2008 conference

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posted on May, 6 2009 @ 01:21 AM
The new Bilderberg meeting is in less than a week in Greece and I would like to really see how their plans came to fruition after the 2008 meeting.

The info that leaked: on the main agenda there were few things:

The human RFID chips implanted on a mass scale, sold on terrorism and health problems:
I didn't really see much about that this year, but the present ``swine flu`` crisis and the coming one they are saying that will be devastating could be THE thing that will push it throught.

White Al-Qaeda:
All of you have seen the leaked DHS reports basically saying that patriots are basically terrorists.

Oil at 150$ top then decline:
It happened.

Europeans against war on Iran for now, Gates wants war...
It didn't happen... his masters were against it...

Bilderberg is in crisis due to it's agenda falling, they need a crisis:
It happened... economic crash + swine flu

How to deal/stop/slow the Ron Paul Revolution:
Well they put us on DHS terrorist list...

A new UN department to watch worldwide transactions and end bank secrecy to tax everybody...
What did we see with UBS? Exactly that. They were forced to give up those secret accounts and there's the overall push to end the taxes safeheavens.

More power to the FED using crisises
What happened? Exactly that.

And of course their long time goals of world bank and world currency...
IMF has more power. SDR as world currency between countries and world bank soon to have bonds.

So I'm looking forward to the 2009 meeting in Greece and the info that will leak out. This year according to Jim Tucker, they will have a party celebrating their advance towards their New World Order and they will talk more about the American Union, their plans were to implement it fully in 2010, with the economic problems not going away and the ``H1N1 crisis`` we may see it...

Thanks to all those fighting Bilderberg and especially Jim Tucker.

posted on May, 6 2009 @ 06:04 PM
I have never seen a better authority on reporting about the bliderbergs than Jim Tucker! Concise, accurate, and most of, 100% factual! Anybody with a braincell can utilize the info from Mr Tucker and forecast what's going to happen in the usa and many parts of the world.

posted on May, 6 2009 @ 07:14 PM
reply to post by thewind

100% accurate??? Hmm let's see:

In 1989, The Spotlight (AFP’s inspiration) reported that British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher attended for the first time, had little to say but objected to demands that she surrender sovereignty to the European Union. . .


Actually, Margaret Thatcher first went to a Bilderberg in 1975, as stated by Dennis Healey in the British house of Commons:

Mr. Healey: Those who attend Bilderberg meetings do so in a purely private capacity. I have attended many both in and out of office. Among those who attended the last meeting were the Chairmen of the Trade Union Congresses of Canada, Belgium and Norway, leading members of European Socialist Parties, and the Leader of the British Conservative Party.


And also in 1986, in her own words, again in the House:

The Prime Minister The Bilderberg conferences are privately organised international gatherings. I was invited to attend this year's conference on this basis and was pleased to accept.


It's clumsy enough trying to fit people into Bilderbergs who were never there and whose public engagements on the days concerned are easily checked, but to fail to check Hansard before making up this story about Thatcher is really amateurish.

posted on May, 6 2009 @ 10:26 PM
reply to post by Osmoses
In your once again, "vane" attempt to premeditate an attack on my credibility and use of sources, you have once again failed, and failed very miserably!

Isn't the name of the thread "Results on the world of the Bilderberg 2008 conference"? By that, my reply about Jim Tucker directly means his reporting on what happened at the bilderbergers meetings, not who attended them! To use your own words, it's clumsy enough and amateurish to try and attack me without any ammo Osmoses! Nice try though!

Unlike you, I always try to think before I start typing!

posted on May, 7 2009 @ 04:43 AM

Originally posted by thewind
reply to post by Osmoses
In your once again, "vane" attempt to premeditate an attack on my credibility and use of sources, you have once again failed, and failed very miserably!

Isn't the name of the thread "Results on the world of the Bilderberg 2008 conference"? By that, my reply about Jim Tucker directly means his reporting on what happened at the bilderbergers meetings, not who attended them! To use your own words, it's clumsy enough and amateurish to try and attack me without any ammo Osmoses! Nice try though!

Unlike you, I always try to think before I start typing!

Tucker hangs his story about Thatcher's removal by the Bilderberg group on that claim that 1989 was her first attendance. He was wrong. Bad journalism or malice?

I wouldn't dream of attacking your credibility as you clearly have none. As to sources, are you going to send me to John Coleman again? A man who refers to Dennis Healey as 'Labour party leader', when even the most cursory research would show that he lost both times in his leadership bid.

If you think before you start typing, you would know that a 'vane' is a device for measuring wind direction.

posted on May, 7 2009 @ 03:33 PM
reply to post by Osmoses

What's wrong Osmoses? Can't find nobody to argue with on a regular basis so you try to continue to pick one with me because the info I share with others here hits too close to home for ya? I learned many years ago, you can always tell when you're close to the truth, for people around you get defensive, combative, and being as they can't disprove the message, they attack the credibility of the messenger! Oh yeah, as far as sending you back to John Coleman, naa, I can send you to people like Pam Schuffert, Ted Gunderson, Phil Schneider, Daniel Estulin, Eustace Mullins, and Alan Watt if you like! Keep trying though, I need and enjoy being amused on a daily basis.

posted on May, 8 2009 @ 06:39 AM
reply to post by thewind

Sure, send me to any number of authors who reference each other in a vicious circle of quackery, never going anywhere near a primary source. Or just invent secret sources that only you have like you did on the Albert Pike thread, before hastily backtracking when called out on. If you believe I have any interest whatsoever in arguing with you, then you are being excessively vain/vane.

You have no useful sources to share, you have no relevant information to impart and you have no credibility whatsoever.

Welcome to 'ignore'.

posted on May, 8 2009 @ 06:46 AM
reply to post by Osmoses

Sorry Osmoses if you don't believe in Bilderberg influence in the world. You obviously didn't lived it. I did. I went to the Bilderberg 06 in Ottawa to protest. We were about 20 from all Canada and the US, Estulin, Jim Tucker, Alex Jones and a few others.

I saw all the elite there and had the information from Estulin's sources. When I went there, I didn't believe much in all those conspiracy theories or Bilderberg influence in the world. When the information I had became true, I believed.

Now if you don't believe me, that's your choice. You didn't lived it, therefore you don't believe. You're like Scully at the beginning of X-Files.

posted on May, 8 2009 @ 07:14 AM
reply to post by Vitchilo

The point I was making in regard to Thatcher is that in inventing the Thatcher Bilderberg Myth, Jim Tucker has, knowingly or otherwise, occluded the issue of Thatcher's attendance in 1986. This is not speculation, this is Thatcher herself declaring that she, as a SITTING Prime Minister, attended Bilderberg.

The Bilderbergers say that members attend in a private capacity, they do not represent the governments, political parties or companies of which they are a part. Now, anyone aware of Thatcher's leadership style would be aware that there would be little difference between her personal views and government policy. Sometimes Bilderberg researchers, however well-intentioned, create too much noise that distorts the signal. This inhibits those of us who wish to see greater accountability from the Bilderberg group in respect to its politicians.

If you write to your Member of Parliament asking what they are going to do about the Bilderbergers' plans for a NWO, that letter is going in the bin. If you ask them to raise your concerns that if Bilderberg attendees are not appearing in a purely private capacity then they should be accountable to parliament, you would be on safer ground.

Here's Ken Clarke's reported defence to the Parliamentary Commissioner for standards:

5. Mr Clarke subsequently explained that he and Mr Blair considered that they were attending the conference as representatives of the Government and the Opposition respectively, and stated that `I was quite confident that I was at the time meeting the rules applying to Ministers, and it did not occur to me that the new rules concerning registration could apply to this visit'.


'Representatives of the Government and the Opposition?' Really? So not attending in a private capacity then.

You can add to this Ed Balls' and George Robertson's use of public funds for travel to the meetings. I leave any interested people to chase down the sources for these themselves.

I would argue, that if you wish to take an active part in achieving more openness from the Bilderberg, then raising these kinds of issues with MPs or journalists are likely to be more productive.

Kudos for you for actually going to protest though. You are correct that i don't believe the Bilderberg group is some kind of NWO entity, though if you are convinced by the evidence then that is fine. I obviously see that influence is exerted as a result of these meetings, and that there is a case that Members of Parliament who attend should be accountable to Parliament if they are there in an official capacity.

posted on May, 8 2009 @ 03:41 PM
reply to post by Osmoses
No, the point you were trying to make was in proving me wrong, which you failed in one more time! My point was that Tucker was always on the right path when telling what the bilderbergers plans were for the world after the annual meetings, not who attended or who didn't attend. And as far as my sources go, if I had the economic resources to do so, I would attend all the bilderberg gatherings, go to all the think tank meetings that would grant me entrance, and I would interview any and all who would let me do that also.

BUt I'll just have to stick with my reading material, listening to radio programs on the web and calling in and talking to the heavy hitters, and gaining all the info I can. By the way, I have talked to via the alex jones show, Webster Tarpley, Congressman Brad Sherman, Mel Gibson's dad Hutton Gibson, Ron Paul, Michael Rivero(owner of the website,, and many other political figures whose names I can't all remember at this time! So, aside from my literature, I try to stay as well rounded as I can information wise!

posted on May, 8 2009 @ 03:49 PM
reply to post by Osmoses
I have more useful sources on one disc than you probably do in your whole house. You and others simply dislike me because you can't push me around on this blog like you do a lot of others. As far as the Pike thread, the literature I have on Pike and the masons is worth more than what you paid for your house! So get off your high horse of alleged, and I use that term very loosely with you, of objectivity, and try arguing and presenting some of your own sources instead of continually whining about what others have! You have the right to disagree, I fully believe in the 1st ammendment, but to berrate and simply be intolerable of other info that disenfranchises yours is both unacceptable and just plain childish! If you can ever prove me wrong on something(I highly doubt it), I will agree with your info, but until then, hasta-luego!

posted on May, 9 2009 @ 11:52 PM
Have you ever considered the fact that you know nothing about what they have decided?

Perhaps they (all of them) know the basics of counterintelligence. Perhaps they know specifically of this board. Perhaps they have operatives here among us.

Wake up.

posted on May, 16 2009 @ 01:31 PM
Now a bunch of info is out from the Bilderberg 2009 conference happening right now in Greece...

From Jim Tucker:
They will turn the World Health Organization into a world department of health, turn the IMF into a world department of treasury, both of course under the auspices of the United Nations.

They will use the ``pandemic`` and economic crisis as a way to justify centralization of power.

Global warming and the carbon taxes, once in place will go up and up, with money going to the UN.

The Lisbon Treaty will be pushed again.

Obama will push the ICC, International Criminal Court as soon as he can, probably January 2011, after the election and will pass it on a sunday night.

They will keep the recession short... not a 10 year one...

Their agenda is stalling... so IMO, they'll create a new crisis soon enough.

Maybe more info later...

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