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Yep It's About That Time: Bilderberg 2014

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posted on Jun, 1 2014 @ 04:03 PM

Straight from the Trilateral Commission founder and previous Bilderberg member/attendant in his own words so no arguing with that.

It's time for the annual Bilderberg conference that takes place in Copenhagen, Denmark from Thursday May 29th to June 1st 2014. At this hotel, the Marriot.

As we well know, this meeting is a conglomerate of the worlds most influential leading figures from many fields including industry, education, government,and labor....not to mention Wall Street investors, Ambassadors, Secretaries of State, international bankers....(well you get the picture) to further Bilderberg objectives and agendas. These meetings take place at random times each year and the responsibility for security is in the hands of the government for that particular country in which the meetings are held. Shrouded in secrecy, these governments must provide military security, secret service, national and local police, and private security personnel to protect the privacy and safety of these powerful international elite members who are not required to conform to regulations that private citizens are subject to. During their stay, they bring their own cooks, waiters, telephone operators, housekeepers, and bodyguards.

According to the Bilderberg website, some of the topics up for discussion include, but are not limited to:

·Current events
·Is the economic recovery sustainable?
·Who will pay for the demographics?
·Big shifts in technology and jobs
·The future of democracy and the middle class trap
·China’s political and economic outlook
·The new architecture of the Middle East
·Does privacy exist?

Following this brief list of topics to be discussed are the words “not for publication”, an injunction that the corporate media seems to be obeying. For despite the attendance of many key political figures and editors there has been a virtual media blackout on the upcoming event.

Some notable attendees:

·Ben van Beurden, CEO Royal Dutch Shell
·General Phillip M. Breedlove, Supreme Allied Commander Europe
·Carl Bildt, Swedish Foreign Minister and a regular attendee
·Ed Balls, British Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer
·Etienne Davignon, Belgium Minister of State
·John Elkann, Chairman of Fiat
·Robert Dudley, British Chief Executive of British Petroleum
·Thomas Enders, CEO Airbus group
·Henry Kissinger, another regular attendee
·Christine Legarde, French Director of the International Monetary Fund
·Peter Mandelson, another regular attendee
·Andrew McAfee, principle research scientist Massachusetts Institute of Technology
· John Micklethwait, Chief Editor of the Economist, a regular attendee
·Craig J. Mundie, senior advisor to the CEO of Microsoft
·Anders Fogh Rasmussen, Secretary General NATO
·Robert E. Rubin, Co-Chair Council of Foreign Relations and former Secretary of the U.S. Treasury
·George Osborne, British Chancellor of the Exchequer
·Richard N. Perle, leading U.S. neocon and one of the prime advocates for the Iraq invasion
·Natalie Nougayrède, French Director and Senior Editor of Le Monde
·David H. Petraeus, former CIA Director and former Commander of U.S. and Allied forces in Afghanistan
·Norbert Röttgen, Chairman, Foreign Affairs Committee, German Bundestag
·Stephen S. Poloz, Chairman Bank of Canada
·Jorma Ollila, Finnish Chairman of Royal Dutch Shell
·H.R.H. Princess Beatrice of the Netherlands, another regular attendee
·H.M. the Queen of Spain, ditto
·Carl-Henric Svanberg, Chairman of Volvo
·John Sawers, Chief of Britain’s Secret Intelligence Service
·Peter D. Sutherland, Irish born Chairman of Goldman Sachs International: UN Special Representative for Migration
·Eric E. Schmidt, Executive Chairman Google Inc
·Robert B. Zoellick, Chairman, Board of International Advisors, The Goldman Sachs Group

A complete list can be found here. One name I found interesting was that of the African American mayor of Atlanta, Muhammad Kasim Reed. I'll be watching to see if his status is somehow elevated in the future due to his networking and mingling with the powerful elite.

Some members of the mass media are allowed access by special invite. Here's a list of notable figures from past meetings:

Peter Jennings (BB, Anchor & Senior Editor of ABC News, World News Tonight)
Joseph C. Harsch (BB, CFR, former Commentator for NBC, Inc.)
Bill D. Moyers (BB, Executive Director of Public Affairs TV, Inc., former Director of the CFR)
William F. Buckley, Jr. (BB, CFR, Editor-in-Chief of National Review, and host of PBS’s Firing Line)
Gerald Piel (BB, CFR, former Chairman of Scientific America, Inc.)
Henry Anatole Grunwald (BB, CFR, former Editor-in-Chief of Time, Inc.)
Mortimer B. Zuckerman (BB, CFR, Chairman & Editor-in-Chief of the US News, and World Report, New York Daily News, and Atlantic Monthly)
Robert L. Bartley (BB, CFR, TC, Vice President of the Wall Street Journal)
Peter Robert Kann (BB, CFR, Chairman & CEO of Dow Jones & Company, and husband of Karen E. House, CFR)
William Kristol (BB, Editor & Publisher of the new The Weekly Standard magazine)
Donald (Don) C. Cook (BB, CFR, former European Diplomatic Correspondent for the Los Angeles Times)
Robert Leroy Bartley (BB, CFR, TC, Vice President of the Wall Street Journal)
Albert J. Wohlstetter (BB, CFR, writer for the Wall Street Journal)
Thomas L. Friedman (BB, CFR, TC, Columnist for the New York Times)
the "Queen" of the Elite - (deceased) Katharine Graham (BB, CFR, TC, Owner, and Chairwoman of the Executive Committee of the Washington Post)

Be careful if you're not on this special list because according to Alex Jones, anyone attempting to come in close proximity of the premises is subject to what he termed a "Bilderberg Beatdown" where protesters and unwanted journalists were taken behind a veil and subjected to physical abuse.

What they have in store for us and our future, only time will tell. In the meantime, remain vigilant that our overall liberation and freedom can still be addressed and achieved nonetheless.

posted on Jun, 1 2014 @ 04:30 PM
I'll probably be hated for this but I'm with Mr.Rockefeller all the way with that famous comment...

What's wrong with a World government, one law, one currency???

These seem to be beneficial for many seperate & connected reasons but it's always painted as evil!!!
I've never understood the argument against a One World Government & never will, I doubt!!!

As for Ed Balls & George Osbourne at Bildeberg 2014, that's comical to say the least...
Two of the least influential people in British politics who probably won't get a single word in at the meeting...

Great info though pal, S&F!!!

Peace TrueMessiah!!!
Peace everybody!!!
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posted on Jun, 1 2014 @ 04:42 PM
I say we bildabigger mousetraps and leave them in the woods for them to find. The bait is easy…

can't resist

posted on Jun, 1 2014 @ 05:26 PM
a reply to: CharlieSpeirs

Well you're entitled to your opinion and it'll still be respected regardless, even if it's objectionable. As for the least influential people who may be on the list, I think they only get like five minutes to speak opposed to the 10 min. plus the more notable members get.

posted on Jun, 1 2014 @ 05:28 PM
a reply to: intrptr

LOL! Just clicked on the link.

posted on Jun, 1 2014 @ 05:33 PM
a reply to: TrueMessiah

I appreciate that pal, the respect goes both ways, apologies if I rambled a little bit!!!

I'd be hesitant to give Osbourne 30seconds to be honest...
The guy is a leech on society and if people hated Gordon Brown as Chancellor this guy is much worse...
& not because he is Conservative but because he is the definition of a word I can't use here!!!

Peace TrueMessiah!!!

posted on Jun, 1 2014 @ 05:34 PM

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posted on Jun, 1 2014 @ 05:42 PM
OK, here is the problem with a one world government, and I've always been an internationalist not a nationalist. But then I discovered NWO.

Who's rule? Who's in charge? What kind of system? How does it work for the theocracies and fascist groups if its democratic?

Does it have healthcare, dental care, controlled prices, such as housing and food and energy? Clean energy?

Does it have banks even or realtors?

If its democratic which model of democracy. Norways is the best! In fact, if I were to choose one country and model all others on it, it would be Norway.

Its truly the best out of all. And their form of proportional democracy doesnt reduce women and minorities, more parties are elected and get seats not just masons, and your vote isn't wasted. Women are equal substantively.

However, do you agree?

Would Iraq and Iran and Saudi Arabia agree?

Would India?

Would China?

There is another theory here, that there are different grades and realms converging here, and some don't understand equal rights for women and children and freedom, some don't understand the difference between equlaity or equal options, (which really isn't true its just on paper) and what substantive equality means. We in Canada have substantive worded in our constitution.

The equalizing of situations.

Example of substantive. A man and woman divorce. She has full custody of the 3 kids and he has visitations. They have little assets, they were renting.

He goes on a student loan. He becomes a lawyer, it takes him 7-8 years, and he maxes out the student loan at about 80 000.

She goes on a student loan, but has to borrow for 4 ppl, and a huge rent, and her 80 000 allows her to become a legal secretary.

Those 2 situations are not substantively equal.

She does it after the youngest is in grade 1 and spent time with the children, knowing full well they needed her not a stranger.

So, one world government.

What kind.

And what kind of laws?

Shariah? Constitutional? Common Law? Corporate Law (treason!)


One world government only works on the highest principles but even if most could agree on the highest ideals going, with medical, dental, housing, and substantive equality and abundance for all, not forcing employement but training volunteers with wonderful programs in school to develop their talents and interests and give back, part time, even if it were a combo Venus Project and Our own ideas, that were weren't married to , but could just try out in little groups here and there, in regions and invite others in to try out...wouldn't that be cool?

Other countries would consider that advanced system satan.

Should we engage in a cold war then, with those regions that won't capitulate or shoudl we nuke them?

It doesn't work yet!
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posted on Jun, 1 2014 @ 05:50 PM
By they way, any system other than Mother's energy of equality and compassion and substantive equality and good programs wedded equally with Father's energy of Freedom, and Creativity and Invention, is not one I would ever support.

I will never allow dictators to take over and ruin other people's programs and the little shining lights their regions managed to create.

The bildenburgers also have another problem. Those who attend or support that group's policies, are the 85 people who have the equivalent wealth of over 3 billion.

Those 85 are the reason for every bad thing that ever happens on earth. Even a random event thats not their fault, they have the blame coming for. Because its reasonable to never take ones eyes off those psycho's.

They all need jail for crimes against humanity.

posted on Jun, 1 2014 @ 05:53 PM
a reply to: Unity_99

It's a great debate but I don't want to derail the thread or hijack the topic...

But I'd say we elect officials as is done in the European Union on a Global scale...

I'd love to answer every question but as I said I'd hate to derail the Bildeberg topic pal, maybe one of us can start an NWO thread and discuss the pros & cons...
But the questions you asked are excellent!!!

To end though...

And what kind of laws?

Laws based on morality & genuine equality... Especially for Women!!!
Maybe Saudi Arabia would disagree...
But sanctions and an "out in the cold" moment would wake their arse up!!!

Peace Unity!!!
edit on 1-6-2014 by CharlieSpeirs because: Auto-Correct!!!

posted on Jun, 1 2014 @ 05:55 PM
Build'er burger? I hardly know her. Make your own damned sandwich b!tch.
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posted on Jun, 1 2014 @ 06:02 PM
a reply to: CharlieSpeirs
If the same people that make the rules/laws, are the responsable for monitoring them or aplying them,then we are doomed anyway, one of the most important characteristic we have as human beings is ambicion. So all systems are perfect on paper, paper does not want to be bigger than you, paper does not have ambition, paper is not corrupt, MEN are!
It would be just the same, i'm not against systems, political, religious whatever, but only if the same laws/rules are aplyed, and equal for everyone, with no exceptions, and that is a lie.

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posted on Jun, 1 2014 @ 06:03 PM
a reply to: CharlieSpeirs

European Union.

I'll pass.

That dictatorship, and they've passed some really bad codex alimentarius laws and limited vitamins even.

It would need to have bodies of councils, with the first level, the citizens group, watchdog group having the most teeth and able to fire and eject all people who were a threat to democracy and freedom.

It would have to uphold the highest standards of equality like Norways, and dental, medical and homes/gardens for everyone without prices.

If not, they are just one more group of evil doers and psycho's.

And I won't allow it in.

I won't fight for other people's dreams of injustice.

But I'd be front row with a bullhorn for the right goal.

We're here to stop all tyranny and empower the little guy, the people. Thats where it all begins and where it ends.

The pyramid system has to be inverted.

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posted on Jun, 1 2014 @ 06:12 PM
a reply to: Bitxushanty

No doubt my friend... It would have to be overlooked very carefully...

But I look at it like this...
Every system we've ever had or is currently in use whether presidential democracy or ministerial republics it's all failed...
Socialist, Liberal, Conservative, Communist etc have all failed to bring us a World that is just on all Continents...

I see a One World Government as a step towards one law, one power... It may be flawed, but all systems are...
This system just hasn't been given the chance to brush out the flaws!!!

Peace Bitxu!!!

posted on Jun, 10 2014 @ 02:08 AM
Imagine all of the VISA dings you could save during foreign travel if there existed only one currency.
Heck, get rid of borders and import fees too while we are at it.

posted on Jun, 10 2014 @ 02:13 AM
Let the children have their fun. They have no control over my slice of the Universe.

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