Bilderberg Power Brokers To Meet in Virginia This Week (In Another U.S. Election Year)

Chantilly, VAIs history repeating itself? “Although most Bilderberg annual meetings are held in Europe—France, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, Denmark, England, Scotland, Norway—this US election year they’re again gathering at the Westfield Marriott Hotel in Virginia from May 30 to June 3.  Either they’re very fond of that place … or of US elections… or both…!” Via RT:

Every time a “Bilderberg Meeting” takes place, important things happen. The last time they met in the US was an election year, 2008—and the world got Obama. This year they’re back in the US: will they decide who the next president of the United State

­When in 2008 they gathered from June 5 to 8 in Chantilly, Virginia—just a stone’s throw from the Washington, DC—Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton were neck-in-neck in the battle for the Democratic Party’s presidential candidacy.

On June 5 of that year, Barack and Hillary mysteriously “disappeared” for some hours “somewhere in the DC area.” Their agendas blocked out, they clearly sneaked off to “Meet the Bilderbergers.”

The media kept mum about that, save for an Associated Press report on the campaign trail saying that, “reporters traveling with Obama sensed something might be happening between the pair (i.e. Obama and Hillary) when they arrived at Dulles International Airport after an event in Northern Virginia and Obama was not aboard the airplane…

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21 Comments on "Bilderberg Power Brokers To Meet in Virginia This Week (In Another U.S. Election Year)"

  1. Killingjoke36 | May 28, 2012 at 12:44 pm |

    Here we go again!

  2. Anarchy Pony | May 28, 2012 at 12:58 pm |

    Can’t somebody, like, Sam Fisher their way in their and actually learn something? Instead of all the speculation. 

    • Anarchy Pony | May 28, 2012 at 5:28 pm |

      Jin my Ninja, you out there somewhere? You check the new film up on metanoia? It’s a three parter, it comes in at about four and a half hours long, and it is excellent.

      • Jin The Ninja | May 28, 2012 at 6:29 pm |

        i’m always lurking in the shadows like the good kage-musha i am;) i haven’t but i will either tonite or tmr, i’m always really impressed by them.-thanks for the recommend!

        • Anarchy Pony | May 28, 2012 at 7:16 pm |

          I live to aid mutually.

          • Jin The Ninja | May 29, 2012 at 5:27 pm |

            i’m 3/4th done part II. and let me say – this is by far their best work. an excellent historical analysis. the genocide photos are horrific. as well they should be. how anyone could reject anarchism or libertarian socialism after a view would be beyond me. they implicated the entire system, the entire infrastructure- libs and cons alike. even jimmy carter the far too often celebrated progressive- who is not progressive at all really- unless that means cia death squads to the third world. i’m still processing all of it, but really fantastic.

          • Hadrian999 | May 29, 2012 at 7:13 pm |

            my reason for not embracing anarchism is that I feel it very easily leads to what happened in post imperial china

          • Jin The Ninja | May 29, 2012 at 8:39 pm |

            but in that context, mao and sun both expelled ideological anarchists from their tendencies when awareness of the bolshevik revolutions came to china. chinese history and philosophy also has several veins of anachronistic ‘anarchisms’ that were utilised during the populist movement to exemplify the paradigm of the post-imperial period (i.e the well-field system). i ‘m not saying anarchism is perfect by any means, but as a system of social organisation that allows for both community democracy and personal autonymy i can’t think of anything better.

          • Hadrian999 | May 29, 2012 at 8:44 pm |

            I don’t believe anarchism really allows for that, if you don’t have a big power you will have many little powers, most people would rather fall inline behind a caudillo than deal with the uncertainty of liberty, it would most look like the robber baron era with a corporate flavor

          • Anarchy Pony | May 29, 2012 at 10:55 pm |

            Well that’s essentially the goal of right libertarianism, which pretends to be a form anarchist thought. 
            It may be that the current thought paradigm of hierarchy is so ingrained into people’s minds that transition to any form of desirable anarchist society essentially impossible. Certainly among large atomized populations and societies like the modern US. 
            We can hope that the coming difficulties facing mankind however, climate change, peak oil, other resource constraints, will cause a shift back to more tightly knit community based relations, which should make people more amenable to a transition to an anarchist mode of being. 
            One could likely posit that a true anarchist society is essentially impossible in any case, it seems likely that it would be rather vulnerable to outside hostile forces, but you might as well reach for the stars. 

          • Jin The Ninja | May 30, 2012 at 11:49 am |

            i think people can and have organised horizontally. and i think if enough people rejected the hierarchichal and capitalist constraints of our current 500 yr period- there would be no power great enough to rise against them. i don’t think all people would choose it- but who knows? if large swathes of the world rejected the oppression of state and capital- i can’t see it hold much gravity as an ideological stance.

          • Anarchy Pony | May 29, 2012 at 11:43 pm |

            It’s probably their magnum opus. I dunno how they could outdo it. It should be shown in every high school history and civics class in the world.

          • Jin The Ninja | May 30, 2012 at 11:43 am |

            i totally agree. and the sad thing is their analysis isn’t even that radical- just factual. the conclusions are radical , but they draw themselves based on what is presented.

  3. Namelesswon | May 28, 2012 at 2:30 pm |

    more about this group;

  4. Adamsshadow | May 28, 2012 at 3:41 pm |

    Despite being a fairly seasoned and well-read paranoid, I find myself either silently or openly mocking a lot of the conspiracies and accusations floating around the net and disinfo over the last few years.


    You have a group of the most powerful, influential, and the wealthiest people on the planet attending an invitation-only conference with completely opaque motives and objectives, and you don’t think some heavy geopolitics is going down? I just find it hard to believe that all these heads-of-state, economic heavy-hitters, etc. are just getting together to sample the salad bar at the Westfield Marriott and to politely discuss import tariffs.

  5. The EU is done, God bless America

  6. It really is uncanny that every time the Bilderberg group meets in the US during an election year, we seem to elect somebody. I bet if they came during a census year, we would collect a census, too. 

  7. I was following until this insert:

    On June 5 of that year, Barack and Hillary mysteriously “disappeared” for some hours “somewhere in the DC area.” Their agendas blocked out, they clearly sneaked off to “Meet the Bilderbergers.” 

    Unless, you can confirm that with something other than a suggestion… I consider it disinformation. 

  8. I hate to break it to all you conspiratorial nutjobs but they are not picking who the next president will be. If anything they are talking about what their business strategies will be in the global economy as a result of the winner of the election. Evidence and facts. Not anecdotes, conjecture, and speculation that sounds intriguing please.

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