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The True Story of the Bilderberg Group

Monday, November 19, 2012 18:30
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Nov 19, 2012 by DiscloseTruthTV

Investigative journalist Daniel Estulin, who’s been researching the Bilderberg Group for more than 14 years, discussed the far-reaching influence the group wields in domestic and world affairs. Describing them as an “aristocracy of purpose,” the 130 or so individuals gather for a private meeting held once a year and hail mostly from the United States and Europe.

The Bilderbergers decide jointly on the best way to deal with the resources of the planet, and exert control over energy and money supplies, reported Estulin. The structure of the group is not pyramidal with one person at the top– it is “oval” with three groups of 13 people deciding the particular issues and participants in a given year, he added.

Ultimately, the Bilderbergers seek to destroy the US and world economies, so they can consolidate power, said Estulin, who advised people to take their investments out of banks and corporations and put their money in one’s local economies. Based on his study of the group, he has concluded that a war with Iran is “off the table,” oil will rise to $120 – $130 a barrel and Putin will not be “dislodged” from Russia.

Joining the conversation for the third hour, radio host Alex Jones spoke about a plan he said is backed by the Bilderbergers to reduce the planet’s population. He also noted that the “globalists” engineered the drop of the US dollar.

In a 1994 report Right Woos Left, published by the Political Research Associates, investigative journalist Chip Berlet argued that right-wing populist conspiracy theories about the Bilderberg group date back as early as 1964 and can be found in Schlafly’s self-published book A Choice, Not an Echo, which promoted a conspiracy theory in which the Republican Party was secretly controlled by elitist intellectuals dominated by members of the Bilderberger group, whose internationalist policies would pave the way for world communism. Also, in August 2010 former Cuban president Fidel Castro wrote an article for the Cuban Communist Party newspaper Granma in which he cited Daniel Estulin’s 2006 book The Secrets of the Bilderberg Club, which, as quoted by Castro, describes “sinister cliques and the Bilderberg lobbyists” manipulating the public “to install a world government that knows no borders and is not accountable to anyone but its own self.” Author Brian Dunning observes that “Cuba is not among the nations represented in the Bilderberg Group and Castro has never attended a meeting”, so he has no greater insight than any reader of Estulin’s book.

G. William Domhoff, a research professor in psychology and sociology who studies theories of power, sees the role of international relations forums and social clubs such as the Bilderberg group as a place to share ideas, reach consensus, and create social cohesion within a power elite. He adds that this understanding of forums and clubs such as the Bilderberg group fits with the perceptions of the members of the elite. Domhoff warns progressives against getting distracted by conspiracy theories which demonize and scapegoat such forums and clubs.

Politico journalist Kenneth P. Vogel reports that it is the “exclusive roster of globally influential figures that has captured the interest of an international network of conspiracists,” who for decades have seen the Bilderberg meetings as a “corporate-globalist scheme”, and are convinced powerful elites are moving the planet toward an oligarchic “new world order”. He goes on to state that these conspiracist’s “populist paranoid worldview”, characterized by a suspicion of the ruling class rather than any prevailing partisan or ideological affiliation, is widely articulated on overnight AM radio shows and numerous Internet websites.

Author James McConnachie comments that conspiracy theorists have a point, but that they fail to communicate it effectively. He argues that the Bilderberg group acts in a manner consistent with a global conspiracy, but does so without the same “degree of nefariousness”, a difference not appreciated by conspiracy theorists, who “tend to see this cabal as outright evil.” McConnachie concludes: “Occasionally you have to give credit to conspiracy theorists who raise issues that the mainstream press has ignored. It’s only recently that the media has picked up on the Bilderbergers. Would the media be running stories if there weren’t these wild allegations flying around?”

Proponents of Bilderberg conspiracy theories in the United States include individuals and groups such as the John Birch Society, political activist Phyllis Schlafly, writer Jim Tucker, political activist Lyndon LaRouche, right wing radio host Alex Jones, and politician Jesse Ventura, who made the Bilderberg group a topic of a 2009 episode of his TruTV series Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura.[original research?] Non-American proponents include Russian-Canadian writer Daniel Estulin.

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  • Eaglehart

    I read this book and I believe it to be very informative. Also, check another book by Estulin called “Shadow Masters” About how these same elitist scum use violent, international drug cartels to meet out their agenda by supplying them with weapons and funding. The “fast and furious” scandal that found its way into the mainstream this last June is just one incident that lends credence to this book, which was published a couple of years before this story broke.

    Also, speculations about the bilderberg group have been tossed around since 1954, not 64. And since these liars are not forth coming about the issues they discuss, even though their self-righteous BS affects every last person on the planet, speculate and insinuate is all that we can do. If you sub-human, half-wit, meat-socks have nothing to hide, then why hide. Since your accommodations are payed with public funds (as we all know that any and every “royal family” are nothing more than their respective country’s richest well-fare recipients), you owe the public an explanation as to what you are doing! Only if you were up to no good, would you have reason to keep your meetings an attempted secret.

    Well, it is no secret any more! More people are starting to wake up and research and pretty soon, there will be to many for any police force or army unit to handle (all the more when you consider that individuals within the ranks of “authority” are also beginning to wake up) and then we will simply tear down the locked doors and take our pound of flesh from each of you. In the 18th century, the king of France was able to escape the karma of the revolution. This time, the people will stamp out your miserable existence!

    I would say that by your materialist point of view, none of you are any better than dogs, but then again, when treated properly, even dogs exhibit loyalty and love. So you people, who hold YOURSELVES, above everyone else, are in reality, less than dogs, let alone the rest of us actual human beings.

    Peace and Protection to those who are deserving!!!! Delete the elite! They serve no greater purpose than fertilizer.

    Love
    Sean (Eaglehart)

  • airspoon

    “Our friend Alex Jones” -pretty much says it all. Just after that, this guy mentions that it isn’t a Jewish conspiracy. It may not be a Jewish conspiracy, but I’m not simply going to believe that because an Alex Jones lackie tells me so. In fact, it was because of Alex Jones censoring and editing anything that blamed Zionism, that I came to believe that a Jewish conspiracy (or at least a Zionist conspiracy is somehow at play. We know that Alex Jones is a shill and we know that he uses dishonest methods to persuade his audience that Judaism and Zionism are all in the imaginations of those who make the claim. He turns it into some vast conspiracy, where racist antisemites are conspiring to blame Jews for everything. Alex Jones has his audience chasing ghosts and I would actually believe the MSM long before I started buying into Jones’ BS.

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