Bilderberg Agenda Revealed: Globalists In Crisis, Supportive Of Attack On Iran

Paul Joesph Watson writes for Prison Planet:

The 2010 Bilderberg agenda has been revealed by veteran Bilderberg sleuth Jim Tucker and it paints a picture of crisis for the globalists, who are furious at the increased exposure their gatherings have received in recent years, as well as being dismayed at their failure to rescue both the euro and the failing carbon tax agenda, but more alarmingly according to Tucker, the majority of Bilderberg members are now in favor of military air strikes on Iran.

American Free Press muckraker Tucker has proven routinely accurate with the information he obtains from sources inside Bilderberg, which makes this year’s revelations all the more intriguing.

According to Tucker, Bilderberg luminaries are dismayed at the fact that “many important people” are not attending this year because, due to increasing exposure, invitees are “getting in trouble at home” and constituents are embarrassing them by asking irate questions such as “what are you doing with these monsters?”

“All these people are exposing us, we get all this mail and calls,” Tucker paraphrased Bilderberg members as complaining.

This dovetails with the revelations overheard by Guardian journalist Charlie Skelton at the Hotel Dolce Sitges before the meeting began when he heard conference organizers lamenting the fact that protest numbers are growing at Bilderberg events each year and that they represent a “threat” to Bilderberg’s agenda.

In addition, prominent Bilderberg Zbigniew Brzezinski, the man who warned recently that a “global political awakening” was threatening to derail the move towards global government, was expected to be in attendance at this year’s meeting…

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  • MrluxuryYacht

    Someone prove Jim Tucker's accuracy. I can'r find anything.

    • GWF Hegel

      I was really hoping for a reply to this question…

    • GoodDoktorBad

      The “proof ” is in Tuckers satchel, so it's must be truish….LOL

      Bilderburg exists, not much else is really known to most people.

      Alex loves to sensationalize by any means neccesary it seems. It tends to devalue his credibilty. Still, I think he draws a lot of people into thinking more about the world and hopefully individuals will investigate and make there own conclusions.

      • GWF Hegel

        Thinking more about the world? Yes. It's not like he's getting them into Marx or Foucault or anything though. He's teaching people to think about the world like paranoid idiots, and he's reproducing the neoliberal discourse on the state.

  • brentskinner5

    While I very much hate the Bilderbergs and all they stand for, I very much support the use of air strikes against Iran. You don't have to be a Bilderberg to want that; all you need is the commonsense wisdom to recognize that stopping an increasingly nuclear-capable, antisemitic nation-state is just good business.

    • 5by5

      Sorry bretnskinner5, but that's idiotic. First, do you think that if we attack Iran with air strikes that they're just going to sit back and take it? Would you? No, of course you wouldn't. So they will then attack us with the resources they have, which means an INCREASE in terrorism, not a decrease in it.

      Second, if you were to decide to follow airstrikes on with a full-on invasion, then you're doubly stupid. NOt only do we not have the money for that crap any more thanks to Curious George and his heavy lifemate Dastardly DICK Cheney, but Iran, quite simply isn't Iraq. The terrain alone is a giant FUBAR mess for any invading army. On top of that, either act — airstrikes or invasion — would obliterate the fledgling democracy movement, because the only SURE thing to unite Iranians against us, would be an attack on their soil. It would also give the gov't the justification to round up anyone in the Green Revolution and accuse them of treason, collaborating with the Americans, etc., even if they haven't.

      Your bombing “solution” is no solution at all.

  • cakeypig

    “While I very much hate the Bilderbergs and all they stand for, I very much support the use of air strikes against Iran. You don't have to be a Bilderberg to want that; all you need is the commonsense wisdom to recognize that stopping an increasingly nuclear-capable, antisemitic nation-state is just good business. “
    How about nuking Israel? (To paraphrase) …all you need is the commonsense wisdom to recognize that stopping a nuclear-capable, completely batshit insane apartheid nation-state with a proven history of invading other nations, is just good business.
    I don't really think we should nuke Israel. I'm a pacifist. I just wanted to point out how cretinous brentskinner5's comment is.

    • airborne11

      Let's nuke Iran AND Israel and then the world would be a much calmer, saner place :)

  • http://voxmagi-necessarywords.blogspot.com/ VoxMagi

    It's not really muckracking or journalism when you just scribble down what you already believe after staring at a building for hours. What those metings might contain, we may never know, but a its a safe bet that neither will “veteran” schizophrenic Tucker.

    • Tuna Ghost

      See, that's what bothers me about the Bilderberg stuff–I know a lot of people assuming they're talking about their nefarious NWO plans, and when I ask them how they know this, they look at me blankly and say “well what ELSE would they talk about?” and act like this is a rational explanation.

      Frankly, I see nothing strange or occult about a group of wealthy, influential people looking around at our shithole of a world and asking “what do you suppose we can do about this?”.

  • 5by5

    What bothers me are U.S. officials participating in this meeting and making un-authorized deals on behalf of the United States in violation of the Hatch Act.

    Additionally, the secrecy is problematic. I don't presuppose that they are plotting some NWO evil, but the very DEFINITION of “conspiracy” is two or more people plotting something in secret. So at it's base, no matter what they're discussing, this IS a conspiracy as long as it remains secretive.

    These are representatives from supposedly democratic governments where the PEOPLE are supposed to determine the direction of their nation. That's the whole point of a democracy, and I am of the opinion that said point should be ENFORCED.

    If you reach a position of national power and then overstep your bounds by starting to getting oligarchical, then I think we should snap you back so fast & hard, that your head pops off cleaner than a guillotine would sever it.

    Some of these “Lords of the Earth” need to learn one word: Custer. We outnumber you.

  • David

    Check out this web site for the detailed, very well documented agenda of the international central bankers who are using the United Nations as their front — http://www.green-agenda.com

    All information in the site is documented back to the original source. If facts, hard data and logic appeal to you, you will benefit from this type of information. If you rely on consensus view or rely only on authoritarian figures you have pre-determined are better than facts and hard data, you will not benefit.

  • David

    Check out this web site for the detailed, very well documented agenda of the international central bankers who are using the United Nations as their front — http://www.green-agenda.com

    All information in the site is documented back to the original source. If facts, hard data and logic appeal to you, you will benefit from this type of information. If you rely on consensus view or rely only on authoritarian figures you have pre-determined are better than facts and hard data, you will not benefit.

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