Monday, 6 July 2009

Bilderberg list 2009

Psst.

Here it is

Bilderberg2009

Osborne AND Mandelson I see

17 comments:

David Icke said...

Osborne AND Mandelson are both lizards.

no longer anonymous said...

Bilderberg's glory days were the 50s. Now it's an old man's club.

There's a good summary of it in David Rothkopf's "The Superclass" in which he points out that the founders of Google and other modern influential entrepreneurs aren't members of this group - it is a relic from the past.

Ron Combo said...

Romano Prodi? Give me strength!

Anonymous said...

Bilderberg's glory days were the 50s. Now it's an old man's club.

There's a good summary of it in David Rothkopf's "The Superclass" in which he points out that the founders of Google and other modern influential entrepreneurs aren't members of this group - it is a relic from the past.

Dream on.

Anonymous said...

M'mm Georgy Porgy & Peter Poppet both there. That's an alliance forged in Hell. Looked at that Sygenta website, are they just plain old seed sellers or are they involved in GM crops too?

Rab C. Nesbitt said...

You need to see this -

http://tinyurl.com/krgewk

banned said...

Nice link Rab.
Didn't Bilderburgers bother to invite the Liberals ?

caesars wife said...

whats Obnoxio the clown doing on there , and Mr spedo shorts ??

Anonymous said...

Rab, or whoever made the video...

Very good. My only objection would be that it is maybe too long, with many references that you would only get if you read a certain set of blogs. And if you read those blogs, you don't need to watch the video. You could probably cut some of those to make it shorter. But generally very good.

Delphius1 said...

Quelle suprise. As if we didn't already know that there's absolutely no difference between the main parties.
They have the same policies, meet the same people, have the same friends.... its all a nice cosy club.
Anyone taken David Cameron up on his offer and applied for a Conservative candidature yet?

Anonymous said...

I thought only foil-hatters believed in conspiracies. I thought we were supposed to keep focusing on Gordon Brown and ridicule anyone who pointed out shit like the Bilderburgers.

Tuscan Tony said...

Two thoughts:

1. I must be getting out of touch with things as I note that I haven't had lunch with a single participant. One has been invited to be a friend on Facebook by me though.

2. re the comments about this being an "out of touch" list, note that rather than being emailed it was faxed. Faxed, FFS! Talk about stuck with 1970s technology. Apart from anything, I bet Google doesn't even have a fax machine.

Field Marshall Watkins said...

Bilderberg elites pushing for further Islamification of Europe?

Also:

Leaked documents from the 1955 Bilderberg Group conference held in Germany discuss the agenda to create a European Union and a single EU currency, decades before they were introduced, disproving once again debunkers who claim that Bilderberg has no influence over world events.

Leaked papers from the meeting which took place from September 23-25 1955 at the Grand Hotel Sonnenbichl in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, West Germany, were released by the Wikileaks website yesterday.

Anonymous said...

Field Marshal, Sir,

don't forget that there many people around in 1955 who wanted 'no more war' and were VERY serious about it. Just a guess ... probably millions of them.

But on the other hand, there were lots of people who had been dispossessed by the politics of the time (and the war)and wanted to create a socialist Europe and were VERY serious about it. Just a guess .... probably millions of them.

Sometimes I feel that there was a community of interest there, somewhere, don't you, Sir?
DZ

Field Marshall Watkins said...

As far as I'm aware DZ (I may be wrong) but Rockefeller and other big money Bilderbergers were instrumental in funding the Nazi machine, precipitating WW2, which had the effect of what you described, making it easier for them to push their new socialist creations, the UN (after the League of Nations failed), and the EEC cum EU cum fucking tyrannical shithole.

Throughout the 1920s and 1930s, while the persecution of leftists continued, corporate leaders on the extreme right, continued their criminal rampages in pursuit of profit. Although Rockefeller’s many links to Nazism are too numerous to list here, a few examples are worth noting. In the 1920s, Exxon entered into partnerships with Germany’s top chemical cartel members, BASF and I.G. Farben. The Bank for International Settlements, which helped fund the Nazis before and during WWII, was created in 1930 by the world’s central banks, including the Federal Reserve Bank of NY. Its creation was inspired by the Nazi government and its bankers. Its first president was Gates McGarrah, a Rockefeller banker formerly of Chase National Bank and the “Fed.” Source

Here is another good link: The History of the House of Rothschild

Anonymous said...

Feldwebel, Sir,

So? Nothing new there. Anyway, we were talking about 1955, not the 1920s, weren't we?

Oh, and Exxon was called Standard Oil until 1972 and is now called the ExxonMobil Corporation.
DZ

adam said...

Niall Ferguson went
thats interesting

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