Bilderberg Meeting a Wrap, Who Would Trust these People?

By Michael Collins

(Chantilly, VA 6/3/2012) The Bilderberg Group completed its annual meeting today in Northern Virginia. The group was founded in 1954 by the financial, political, and military elites of Europe and the United States. Annual meetings provide for “regular, off-the-record discussions [to] help create a better understanding of the complex forces and major trends affecting Western nations in the difficult post-war period.” Bilderberg Meetings, Official Website

The inherent contradiction in this mission statement is glaringly obvious. These are the very same people who put in place and control the governments and programs that they’re meeting in private to “discuss.” Don’t they discuss these things before and during their masquerade of governance?

The group’s official meeting website says, “What is unique about Bilderberg as a forum is the privacy of the meetings, which has no purpose other than to allow participants to speak their minds openly and freely.”

When the world’s ultra-rich and powerful meet to address major sociopolitical problems in a forum based on privacy, it’s time to take a closer look.

Trust the Bilderberg Group at your own peril

This group represents what Steve Hynd of The Agonist calls the top 0.001% on the wealth pyramid. They have all the levers of power. The heads of the major US-European central banks are permanent members. The Federal Reserve’s Ben Bernanke and curmudgeon in chief Paul Volker are made men. Mega corporations are there too. Bill Gates of Microsoft and Jeff Bezos of Amazon are representatives for the United States. The Europeans have BP’s former and current chairmen, the head of Royal Dutch Shell, plus major manufacturing companies like Fiat, Unilever, and the French and Italian Telecoms. David Rockefeller, of Chase banking, is the group’s √ɬ©minence grise.

What’s the track record of the group? Look around and you’ll see the product of their control and leadership, as it were. The world’s economy is disjointed and failing in nearly every corner except Asia. Plans are already in place for massive security problems created by the collapse of just about every vital element of the planet’s ecology during the group’s watch. The latest venture of spreading democracy and capitalism, the Arab Spring, is an utter failure. Libya, Tunisia, and Egypt are arguably less free in a number of ways. There is no argument that the economies of the three nations are much worse off thanks to the efforts NATO, the military arm of these individuals and inerests.

Individual members have a sorry track record as well. The central bankers are struggling as evidenced by the faltering Eurozone and US economies. Deutsche Bank’s Josef Ackermann was a key player in the European response to Greece’s troubles. That’s certainly worked out well. US Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner presided over the greatest wealth transfer in history enabled by massive bailouts for Wall Street and big bank interests. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke got the Fed lending rate to nearly zero percent for the big banks while failing to notice that those banks were routinely charging 25% interest to credit card holders. These folks are not the sharpest tools in the shed when it comes to helping the people.

Who would trust them? Can we survive much more of their bad judgment and disastrous management?

Bilderberg’s more sinister side contributed directly to the numerous theories that see the group as a diabolic international conspiracy. In my opinion, the Bilderberg group is the gang that couldn’t shoot straight, a self-appointed hapless collection of incompetents with all the power required to solve major problems but none of the intellect, discipline, and moral sensibility required to get the job done.

In addition to incompetence, there are clear examples of sociopathic behavior by group members. Henry Kissinger allowed the ravaging of East Timor in return for a few favors from Indonesia. His failures in Vietnam caused hundreds of thousands to die needlessly. Colin Powell lied about weapons of mass destruction before the United Nations to get his boss the war he wanted. George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton 1990’s sanctions against Iraq resulted in the deaths of around a quarter million Iraqi children under five.

The baddest Bilderberger of all time

Former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Admiral Lyman Lemnitzer, is the Bilderberg member who has done more for both accurate and unfounded conspiracy theories than any of his peers.

In 1962, Lemnitzer approved Justification for U.S. Military Intervention in Cuba, also known as Operation Northwoods . The plan was declassified in 1997 by the John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Review Board.

The chiefs were upset that they lacked the option of invading Communist Cuba. As an alternative, they came up with Northwoods, a false flag operation that would provide the excuse required to invade Cuba. Northwoods was presented to and rejected by President John F. Kennedy in 1962. The material below is from that original plan.

One feature of the plan called for recruiting Cuban exiles to don official Cuban military uniforms, storm the Guantanamo Bay base, set some fires, etc. and then get caught. This operation was intended to show that Cuba was a threat to the United States.

While a fake battle was taking place between US provocateurs and uniformed military, Miami and other U.S. cities would be subjected to false flag terrorist attacks by another set of agents working for the joint chiefs. These terrorists were to be tied directly to Fidel Castro.

A “drone” ship would be destroyed and a remote controlled aircraft, masquerading as a charter flight with real people aboard, would be shot down with the blame falling on Castro’s Cuba.

When Lemnitzer presented the plan, he was removed as head of the joint chiefs and given the command of NATO. Lest than a year later, he was invited to join the Bilderberg group.

This plan represents treason at the highest levels. No one was punished. Outside of the authors and a few elected officials, no one was told about this episode of madness. Lemnitzer joined the Bilderberg Group in 1963.

It’s no wonder…

It is no wonder that people aware of Northwoods and other control schemes interpret manipulative and malicious intent behind government actions. For years, the CIA’s MKULTRA program experimented on citizens to develop mind control techniques. Operation Mockingbird allowed the CIA to dictate content for news and opinion pieces by prominent journalists. That project began in 1948 and was supposedly shut down I 1976. (With today’s corporate media, the project is likely unnecessary.)

Protesters showed up for an Occupy Bilderberg event at the 2012 meeting in Chantilly. Alex Jones and Mark Dice of were there to provide extensive coverage of the event. Supporters included loyal readers of Infowars, some Ron Paul supporters, and other sympathizers.

Jones and Dice see an evil genius behind the group with an interlocking relationship with the other secret groups like the Illuminati and the Bohemian Grove revelers.

I agree that whenever these individuals and interests get together, trouble will follow. Attempts at secrecy only compound the problem

The real problems, however, are presented to us in very visible ways year after year. The elite, also known as The Money Party, make no secret of taking as much wealth as possible from those without political control. It never occurs to them that the more people they impoverish, the less vibrant the market will be for their goods and services. The elite engage in endless wars that slaughter hundreds of thousands and lead to social regression. It never occurs to them that there is a price for this paid in human suffering.

The very fact that the secret meeting is announced with its own web site shows just how decadent the ruling class has become. They can’t even manage a secret meeting in secret.


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  • …that the more people they impoverish, the less vibrant the market will be for their goods and services.

    They make more by impoverishing a billion people than from half a billion prosperous people.
    And the impoverished outbreed the prosperous – a winning scenario for the elite.

    The elite engage in endless wars that slaughter hundreds of thousands and lead to social regression.
    That ‘social regression’ does not extend to the environs of the elite and the slaughter of innocents occurs in the process of furthering the goals of the elite.

    It is worth remembering that the Founding Fathers were all traitors.

  • I would like to throw this essay out there about the long arc of everything from the Hanseatic League to the European Common Market and European Union.

    It’s jumping off from an old book, The Thousand Year Conspiracy, published during WWII which pointed out that Hitler’s days were numbered but the geopolitical agenda of eastern German aristocracy would keep on rolling – and it certainly did in many respects.

    If you thought German policy over the decades was just kind of a void, lurching from the Kaiser and Krupp to the Nazis, this was an interesting take on a certain coherency I wasn’t really aware of. (and the so-called “Windsor” family controlling Britain isn’t really addressed but ties right in).

    It also gets to the filthy schemes of Dutch Prince Bernhard who has been the main mover on Bilderberg since the get-go, a classic Junker German aristocrat, setting up the corrupt corporatist greenwashing front World Wildlife Fund for Nature [sic]. Don’t miss this wonderful writeup on the 1001 Club of WWF which is full of crazed Iran Contra arms dealer types & etc:

    Der Spiegel just blew WWF out of the water as well:

    I think we get a lot about bureaucrats, banks and nationalism but the long arc of aristocracy is usually written off from state-side analysis of Europe. While this writeup might be a little bit too ‘pat’, are there other sources along similar lines looking at long-run aristocrat geopolitical schemes?

  • You would think that the people who own everything, nearly, would want a robust economy. I had the good fortune to ask a question or four of someone who is qite familiar with the ‘leet represented by the Bilderberg types. I said, ‘Look, these people are screwing everybody else and they’re passing all these stupid laws (e.g., Patriot Act, etc.) that look just awful. Don’t they realize when everyone does well, they do exceptionally well.’ I was told, ‘It isn’t about money. They have more than they’ll ever need. It’s about fear. They think that if the people do well, they’ll find out the screwing they’ve been getting all these years and put the elite in jail, at least.’ I can’t vouch for the veracity of the answer but it does make sense in a certain simple way. But I’m sticking with my theory – they’re a bunch of idiots who can’t walk and chew gum at the same time;)

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  • I will check those links out, gladly. Here’s a mind blower from an unexpected source worth noting.

    Wall Street, Banks, and American Foreign Policy

    by Murray N. Rothbard

    In February 1895, a rebellion for Cuban independence broke out against Spain. The original U.S. response was to try to end the threat of revolutionary war to American property interests by siding with Spanish rule modified by autonomy to the Cubans to pacify their desires for independence. Here was the harbinger of U.S. foreign policy ever since: to try to maneuver in Third World countries to sponsor “third force” or “moderate” interests which do not really exist. The great proponent of this policy was the millionaire sugar grower in Cuba, Edwin F. Atkins, a close friend of fellow-Bostonian Richard Olney, and a partner of J.P. Morgan and Company.

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