This is Bilderberg week – and the world’s elite are meeting in Spain this year. Yet, not a word of it is mentioned on U.S. television or in mainstream American newspapers. A Google news search for “bilderberg” reveals no mainstream media results. However there is at least some coverage in the United Kingdom – however sarcastic or misleading. At least the elitist meeting is acknowledged and no longer secret in Europe – Bilderberg is still under complete blackout of mainstream media in America.
The one newspaper that has historically been at the forefront of Bilderberg reporting is the American Free Press. This year, Mark Anderson joins longtime Bilderberg nemesis Jim Tucker in Spain, as they report as much as they can from the area surrounding the hotel Dolce, which is rented out in full to the Bilderberg Group, and heavily guarded (including a reported no fly zone overhead) by their minions and local police.
In years past, Tucker has been able to use his Bilderberg sources to predict such events as the replacement of Margaret Thatcher with John Major. This year’s leak to watch for, via the American Free Press article:
Bilderberg is grimly aware that gas prices will drop this summer despite ordering oil-producing nations to pump at only 81 percent capacity. But Bilderberg is demanding significantly higher costs in the fall, looking for $3 to $4 a gallon in the U.S. This is entangled, too, with the huge British Petroleum oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. BP is among the several oil producers that are major Bilderberg players, and the brotherhood is intact—and embarrassed.
In the early 90s, Tony Blair was invited to the meeting, just after relatively unknown Arkansas Governor Bill Clinton was invited in the late 80s. How did things work out for them? Rockefeller. Brzezinski. Kissinger. These are the elite powers atop the Bilderberg org chart. Here is a list of typical attendees.
More on Bilderberg 2010:
Mark Anderson of American Free Press: AFP Editor, Activists Give “Warm Welcome” to Bilderberg 2010
Charlie Skelton of the Guardian Blog: Bilderberg 2010: The security lockdown begins