Gunplay Reflects on “The Original Bilderberg Group”

Gunplay-mugshot.jpgHip Hop artist Gunplay, a/k/a Don Logan, has penned a short essay about the Bilderberg Group for Pigeons & Planes:

As I am intrigued by the well-established Bilderberg Group, allow me to expand briefly. The profound group originated at Hotel de Bilderberg in Oosterbeek, Netherlands from May 29th-31st in 1954 where they “debated the future of the world.” Its organizational structure consists of the world’s richest, most powerful leaders, including multi-functional corporations such as directors of large businesses, bankers and top politicians. Daniel Estulin described the group in his Internet article as such: “who’s who of world power elites.” No individual can buy their way into the powerful group, but is invited by the Bilderberg Committee and must be adherents to the One World Order governance run by the world’s top elites.

The Bilderberg group meets yearly in various locations of the world where the participants discuss the world’s future. Each is given the opportunity to hash out what is to be done and the method(s) in which to do so. They have at their disposal powerful transnational and national instruments for bringing about what it is they want to come to pass.

While their greatest mission is to gain total control of the world thus forming the “One World Order,” the Bilderberg Group also endeavors to control matters of policy, economics and overall strategy resulting in great financial gain.

Is he right that admission to the Group requires adherence to “the One World Order governance run by the world’s top elites”?


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4 Comments on "Gunplay Reflects on “The Original Bilderberg Group”"

  1. must be adherents to the One World Order governance run by the world’s top elites.

    How is this known?

    Also his music sucks!

  2. BuzzCoastin | May 6, 2013 at 9:10 pm |

    in 1969 Marshall McLuhan was invited to a Bilderberg meeting
    they didn’t like him at all, nor he them
    he concluded that they were ignorant dolts
    without the slightest clue about what was going on
    they concluded he was fowl mouthed intellectual who didn’t know his place
    he later wrote a letter explaining the situation
    to his sponsor Prince Bernhard of The Netherlands
    he never was invited back

    • See now this is good criticism. McLuhan is much missed.

      • BuzzCoastin | May 6, 2013 at 10:05 pm |

        “The great advantage in participating in Bilderberg is that it gives one a means of estimating the level to which the incompetence of the participants has enabled them to attain. Every man has a right to protect his own ignorance.”

        Marshall McLuhan commenting on his Bilderberg experience

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