The Bilderberg Attendee List Deleted By Wikipedia


Wikipedia has deleted the list of Bilderberg attendees claiming it “may” defame living persons. Funny that was the reason given, it amounts to an admission that the group is to be regarded as a “bad thing” for a person to be involved with.

Yeah, they’re just a harmless little group – of the super-wealthy and most powerful elites on the planet- “brainstorming” about such lighthearted subjects as the RFID chip, overpopulation, and National Security! Why should we be concerned that the highest levels of the Obama administration are infested with members of a shadowy, elitist cabal intent on installing a one-world government that subverts the will of the American people?

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more about "Bilderberg Group CNN News Report", posted with vodpod

The above video was one of only two mainstream media reports from last year (the other being an article on website Politico which put Ron Paul’s photo on the story to paint him as a conspiracy nut). This year Bilderberg was again marked by an almost universal media blackout of around 150 of the planet’s top powerbrokers meeting in secret to steer the future of the world. A G8 summit or a World Economic Forum would attract thousands of media stories and yet Bilderberg, despite its alluring cloak and dagger secrecy which would normally attract journalists seeking a scoop like a moth to a flame, was mentioned by a mere handful of corporate media outlets. Not one U.S. news network dared touch the story.

MORE INFO:
Charlie, Our Man at Bilderberg
Geithner To Take Orders From Global Elite At Bilderberg
Skelton: Stop Bilderberg’s Nightmare Future At All Costs

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