FW: TIMES ONLINE: Shadowy Bilderberg group meet in Greece – and here

From: Andrew Johnson

Date: 2009-05-17 09:13:22

According to the times, it seems, that the idea of the Bilderbergers meeting in secret and making plans is “not too bad” – some of the comments agree with this philosophy.   Can anyone say “acclimatise” and “timed release of information”? (i.e. over the last few years.) —–Original Message—–From: ZeusNews [mailto:news@zeusinfoservice…]Sent: 17 May 2009 03:14To: Undisclosed-Recipient:;Subject: TIMES ONLINE: Shadowy Bilderberg group meet in Greece – and here’s their address Shadowy Bilderberg group meet in Greece — and here’s their address 14th May 2009 www.timesonline.co.u… Don’t tell anyone, don’t breathe a word, but the world’s most powerful men are meeting secretly again to save the planet from economic catastrophe. Oh, and their address, should you want to send them your opinions, is: c/o Nafsika Astir Palace Hotel, Apollonos Avenue 40, 16671 Vouliagmeni, Greece. Bed space is a bit tight there for the next two days while the Bilderberg illuminati hold their private conclave in the five-star Greek hotel. Every year since 1954 a club of about 130 senior or up-and-coming politicians gather at the fireside of a secluded hotel with top bankers and a sprinkling of royalty to discuss burning issues, to trade confidences and just stay abreast of the I-know-something-you-don’t-know circuit. No lists of participants are disclosed, no press conferences are held; spill the beans and you’re out of the magic circle. For those of us standing outside the locked gates all that is left is to hope that they will sleep well, avoid jet ski injury and solve our problems for us. For the Bilderbergers it is a little like that recent MI5 recruitment ad: “See all your best work go unnoticed!” Each country delegates two people to the steering committee that is the intellectual hub of Bilderberg. In the past Kenneth Clarke, the Shadow Business Secretary, and Martin Taylor, formerly head of Barclays Bank, have had their hand on the British tiller. This year the club is going to talk about depression. “According to the pre-meeting booklet sent out to attendees, Bilderberg is looking at two options,” says the Bilderberg-watcher Daniel Estulin — “either a prolonged, agonising depression that dooms the world to decades of stagnation, decline and poverty — or an intense but shorter depression that paves the way for a new sustainable economic world order, with less sovereignty but more efficiency.” Since Bilderberg does not officially exist, it cannot deny anything and is therefore manna from heaven for the conspiracy theorist. Eurosceptics are convinced that the future development of the European Union was plotted here — EU commissioners have always been welcomed into the coven, with Peter “We are intensely relaxed about people getting filthy rich” Mandelson a particular favourite. Margaret Thatcher, it is said, was a shy debutante at a Bilderberg meeting in 1975. Jim Tucker, veteran stalker of the Bilderberg club meetings, claims that Mrs Thatcher was ordered “to dismantle British sovereignty, but she said, ‘no way’, so they had her sacked”. Left-wing conspiracy theorists believe that Bilderbergers form a capitalist nucleus, and there is a germ of truth in this. The meetings were started in the Netherlands, in the Hotel de Bilderberg, near Arnhem, by the Polish exile Joseph Retinger. He was worried about growing anti-Americanism and the advance of Communism in Western Europe. Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands agreed to sponsor the idea, the head of the Central Intelligence Agency, Walter Bedell Smith, threw his weight behind it and so did the White House. The Bilderberg consensus is that national problems are best solved by an internationally oriented elite, that a global network of decision-makers should have a common language and that the boundaries are fluid between the monied and the political classes. And so there has been a natural bias towards inviting conservatives and market liberals. The only socialists invited are those who “understand money”. Ed Balls has taken part and the most indiscreet Bilderberger of all time was Denis Healey, the former Labour Chancellor and fierce Atlanticist. “To say we were striving for a one-world government is exaggerated, but not wholly unfair,” Lord Healey told the author Jon Ronson for his book Them: Adventures with Extremists. “Those of us in Bilderberg felt we couldn’t go on for ever fighting one another for nothing. So we felt that a single community throughout the world would be a good thing.” Another way of viewing the club is that of Metropolitan Seraphim, the bishop of Piraeus, who said that the Bilderbergers represented a “criminal cabal of world Zionism and its efforts to set up a cruel world dictatorship under the headship of Lucifer”. This line is quite common on the blogosphere, where the club’s secrecy is taken as evidence of evil intentions. Whether Lucifer will be down there on the sun-loungers remains to be seen. But what we have been able to establish from a World Bank spokesman, Alexis O’Brien, is that the organisation’s president, Robert Zoellick, will be in Athens on unspecified business on May 14. And that US Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner’s public schedule is mysteriously empty for the next two days. Jo Ackermann, head of Deutsche Bank, will be travelling “somewhere in Europe”. Jean-Claude Trichet, head of the European Central Bank, will not be around until the end of the week. You get the drift. Something is going on. If only somebody would let us in on the secret. Have your say Yoda, have you heard of democracy and freedom? These people are meeting in secret and planning the global agenda for years to come, with ZERO transparency, and you can’t see anything wrong with it. It is very telling that the only coverage in The Times attempts to make light of this meeting. Darren, London, I can hardly understand why do most of the people have hostile attitude towards such meetings. It is good that people in charge around the globe can seat and disscuss together and imagine what good can also be achieved if we send them our positive energy. yoda, dagoba, space The new world order is making way and the bilderberg agenda is materializing now… It’s the end of the world as we know it…. Tom, Manistee, USA They are all above the law and need to be eliminated ! Tom, Manistee, USA While some may say this is a harmless think tank, Americans are used to transparency in government and such secret meetings as this violate our Logan Act of 1799. If you are not a person who follows such conspirers, such as Jim Tucker, then laugh it off and take your flu shot. Irene, Casa Grande, USA “The world is a dangerous place not because of those who do evil but because of those who look on and do nothing” Albert Einstein Jules, Aberdeen, UK Too late my friends, they’ve been pulling strings for too long now. They are the ‘they’ who shape our future, who have the world in their power. Only Jehovah can save us, who believe in him of course. ron lambert, washington, Geordieland The sky is falling! The sky is falling! Conspiracies everywhere, even under your beds! Vierotchka, Geneva, Switzerland we are a 3rd world countries, our people are hungry and sick, while the bilderberg group deplete our natural resources and left the poison to feed our children. hence i am calling all human being wake up, don’t be a puppet to evil deed, go to the 4rd level and your soul will be free. gabriel, mesopatmia, asia Every member of Bilderberg should hbe taken to court and jailed for treason. How can we accept that are leaders belong to a secret power group where they are told what to do about us???? We really need some kind of revolution to change all this nightmare. Marc, Madrid, Spain It’s all harmless, they met in 1955 and called for a European single currency, whistling in the wind isn’t it. tom Bowden, perth, australia These people, the Bilderbergers, represent the kingpins of the existing system matrix (like in George Orwell’s book 1984). W. Nelson, Austin, USA How can anybody with critical thinking skills deny this. Elites meeting in secret. Yeh…it’s for our well being. Sure. John, Washington, USA Get them Sue! Beat them at their own game is the way to go! Exposing them is a start… TJ, Remote, USA Don’t be confused my British friends these people are meeting and they do not have your best interests in mind. They are making policy decisions that will affect your pocketbook and whatever rights you have left in your “Nanny State” Bob, Portland Oregon, USA The western world is slowly waking up to the fact that we have not had real democracy for a long time , this group has been pulling the strings behind the scenes since the 50″s , they created the EU , they are the driving force behind globalisation and are setting up a global dictatorship , Gary, uk, Looks like a cartel to me. Should be investigated for fraud and insider dealing. In spite of their objective being to dismantle the sovereignty of Britain I bet their “common language” is English. They should pay cheques to exchequers to pay off govt debts for their taxpaying customers. Sue Doughty, Twyford, UK What a lot of fuss about zero. So top business people and politicians think it is a good idea to get together in an informal setting (without the pressure of the media parsing their every word) to discuss issues clamly and considerately – it’s an excellent idea that we all should try. Blessings. Father Ignatius Brown, Norwich, Norfolk Now if only any of the names you dropped were actually elite at anything….. Any conspiracy theorist worth his salt should be looking for another meeting, of three or four _really_ anonymous people, taking pace at the same time, on the opposite side of the world to Greece! Ian Kemmish, Biggleswade, UK “People of the same trade seldom meet together, even for merriment and diversion, but the conversation ends in a conspiracy against the public…” – Adam Smith. Then again, perhaps it is just coincidental that the losses of the elite have been socialised onto the taxpayer in the present crisis. David Martin, Bristol, UK Anything started by Dennis Healey “a conspriacy ?” This is the man who said in 1966 that Britian did not need a military presence East of Suez. We are fighting two medium sized wars out there Den. Thinking like that makes Don Brown seem plausable. Ian, London, Middx If only one or two could be convince to twitter in there … Maybe Tom Hanks could look into it. Ed, Auckland, Read all 22 comments Have your say

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