Via Media Roots:
For the last half century, an organization comprised of the .001% of the world’s elite called the Bilderberg Group has met annually around the world with almost no official press coverage. During the meetings, the top 140 of the world’s power brokers in banking, oil, food, media, defense, royalty and politics are believed to make policy decisions behind closed doors that affect the rest of the world.
From Thursday, May 31st to Sunday, June 3rd, the annual Bilderberg Conference took place at the Westfields Marriot in Chantilly, Virginia, a city located right next to Washington, DC. I went to cover this year’s Bilderberg Conference and mass protests that took place all weekend for RT TV. People across many political spectrums — including Ron Paul libertarians to Occupy Wall Street protesters — joined together to rally against the covert meeting of the minds, in which the protesters claim sets a global agenda to perpetuates their own power structure while subjugating the rest of humanity.
Abby Martin covers the first day of the Bilderberg Group to find out why people are protesting. Featuring interviews with Dan Dicks of Press for Truth TV, Luke Rudkowski of We Are Change, Mattew Medina of Truth Exposed Radio and Alex Jones of InfoWars:
Abby Martin reports from the second day of the Bilderberg Conference protests during a torrential downpour:
After Bilderberg came to a close, Abby Martin wraps up the event and gives some insight on what transpired over the weekend.
Check out the full list of participants from InfoWars.com.
Chris Martin writes at InfoWars:
Any citizen of the United States, wherever he may be, who, without authority of the United States, directly or indirectly commences or carries on any correspondence or intercourse with any foreign government or any officer or agent thereof, with intent to influence the measures or conduct of any foreign government or of any officer or agent thereof, in relation to any disputes or controversies with the United States, or to defeat the measures of the United States, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than three years, or both…
To be absolutely clear — any citizen without United States authority who speaks intentionally of influence with foreign government officials about disputes or controversies any country has with America shall be fined and imprisoned.
Americans attending the Bilderberg conference in Chantilly, Virginia this past weekend violated the Logan Act. Given this is America these individuals are innocent until proven guilty, however that is a process for the courts. Each American citizen attending the meeting should prove to a jury of his or her peers that in fact they did not engage discussion with foreign government officials with the intent to influence the conduct of that foreign government in the context of an existing dispute or controversy with the United States. It is not up to executive branch officials, legislators, police, military or media to decide their guilt or innocence — it is up to the courts. That being said, it seems clear sufficient probable cause, motive and opportunity exists to issue arrest warrants…
Read the full article: “Issuing Bilderberg Arrest Warrants for Violation of the Logan Act”.