Jun 032012
 
Biderberg 2012 protests

Police arrest a peaceful protester outside the venue of the 2012 Bilderberg Conference for stepping onto the road. Photo by Cryptome.org

WORD ON CHANGING WORLD: About 500 peaceful protesters gathered at the entrance to the Westfield Marriott hotel in Chantilly, Virginia in the United States over the weekend to heckle European and American elite as they met behind closed doors for the annual Bilderberg conference.

The Bilderberg Conference is a meeting of the global elite, where protestors say decisions are made which will influence global politics and entire economies over the next 12 months, including the outcome of US elections in November.

According to independent Inforwars reporter Alex Jones, who first reported on occult-style ceremonies at Bilderberg conferences, local police have been ticketing people dropping off protesters on the nearby public road.

Police have also arrested at least one protester for briefly stepping onto the road.

Despite the guest list including some of the world’s most influential politicians, global corporation heads, media tycoons and some of the biggest bankers in the world, the three-day gathering of globalists (31 May – 3 June) has received little to no attention in the mainstream media, prompting many independent reporters to descend on the Bilderberg venue and photograph Biderberg ‘technocrat’ members as they arrive.

This year’s official list of Bilderberg attendees includes: banking heads of Barclays plc, HSBC Holdings and Goldman Sachs; Director-General of the World Trade Organization; the President of the World Bank Group; CEO of Royal Dutch Shell plc; Co-founder and Executive Chairman of LinkedIn; Chief Research and Strategy Officer for Microsoft Corporation, as well as British MPs and various international finance ministers. Click here for the full list of Bilderberg attendees.

Named after the location of the first Bilderberg conference on 29 May 1954, held at the Hotel de Bilderberg in Oosterbeek in the Netherlands, The Bilderberg Group, Bilderberg conference, or Bilderberg Club is an unofficial, invitation-only conference of approximately 120 to 140 influencial — and usually incredibly wealthy — guests from North America and Western Europe.

About one-third are from government and politics, and two-thirds from finance, industry, labour, education and communications.

Citing the Logan Act (US Federal Law that forbids unauthorized citizens from negotiating with foreign governments), the protesters claim the gathering of politicians, bankers and corporate heads makes the Bildergerg Conference illegal.

Independent financial experts blame decisions made at Bilderberg meetings for the European financial crisis, and a broad spectrum of independent reporters claim that Bilderberg meetings result in policies and clandestine operations to bring about a New World Order in which any public decent is quickly squashed.

Below is an interview with independent financial expert Max Keiser on Bilderberg.

Here is David Icke’s take on the Bilderberg Conference

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