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PostPosted: Fri Apr 18, 2008 1:35 am    Post subject: Bilderberg's role and 2008 agenda leaks/speculation Reply with quote

I often get asked what Bilderberg is all about. What is the point of these meetings. Remember several years ago their disinfo agents on the internet were still trying to deny Bilderberg's very existence!

To link the elites on both sides of the Atlantic. Old Yalta zone, US spere of influence NATO countries.

The secrecy? They don't want to show the close dependency of the politicians on the financiers and the super-rich. Bankers and money people.

Mechanism by which all politicians are made to toe the line.

US Dominance of Europe, this is where the European politicians get told what to do by the Americans. Creating an elite consensus. All the super-wealthy, Warren Buffet, Gates, Murdoch etc. will be there.

Fixing things up behind the scenes. Wars etc. If you're going to plot you don't want anyone to know about it do you.

Banking Crisis will almost certainly be on the table this year. Strategy of the West on Russia, China and the Middle East.

Next stage in the War On Terror to bring hell to this world.


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PostPosted: Fri Apr 18, 2008 8:16 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yes they link the elites on both sides of the atlantic zone.
Yes they don't want to show the close dependancy of the politicians and money people.
They hide US dominance ,real power and goals.
They are representative of global economic western area.
But to day,while globalization is real an known, I think it is only a think tank, because NATO plays the starring role attendant globalization.
Banking crisis is managed by central banks, strategy by NATO.
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 23, 2008 4:34 pm    Post subject: Richard Haas's new sutff Reply with quote

Hello,

I found bilderberger Richard Haas's new essay in the new issue of FA.
I suspect that in the Bilderberg 2008 ,participants are going to discuss topic concerning this essay.

You can read his article below.

The Age of Nonpolarity
What Will Follow U.S. Dominance
Author: Richard N. Haass, President, Council on Foreign Relations
May/June 2008
Foreign Affairs

http://www.cfr.org/publication/16034/age_of_nonpolarity.html

Reading this essay , I thought that they are welcoming "the non polarity moment ".

At the same time, they tell readers that world people have more agenda to do toward the one world.

Yes,the World is becoming more Flat, but the Global Elite is becoming more powerful.
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PostPosted: Sun May 04, 2008 1:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Tony, I would imagine that the gun-to-head Irish ratification of the Lisbon Treaty will be high on the agenda.
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PostPosted: Sun May 04, 2008 2:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Dear Tony, dear friends,


First, let me remind you that Bilderberg is indeed a "think tank". This think tank (just like the Trilateral Commission or the Council on Foreign Relations) is ABOVE NATO, EU, WTO etc. Shocked

And what do you think is a "think tank", exactly ? Question It's an institution where you'll find powerful and rich persons who think the ideas in order to IMPLEMENT them internationally afterward. Exclamation

The mass media prostitutes and other debunkers claim that they just "discuss" and have "debates" in a "liberal" way, but it is VERY CLEAR that some "ideas" that are discussed in such a think tank become DECISIONS that are APPLIED and IMPLEMENTED by the supranational organizations (WTO, EU, NATO, etc.), and by the nations and countries. Surprised Exclamation

So let's put this straight : Bilderberg is NOT just a "discussion" meeting. They actually take DECISIONS, and this is shown on the forum. Exclamation Exclamation Exclamation
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So, here are my thoughts about the contents of this year's meeting :


1) It is extremely OBVIOUS that they will discuss the sequel of the techno-nazi SUPPRESSION OF RIGHTS AND INDIVIDUAL LIBERTIES (antiterrorist decisions and laws, implementation of liberticide technologies, possibilities of martial law, data sharing between EU and the USA, restriction of liberties on the Internet, criminalization onf dissidents, activists, opponents etc.). Their goal is TOTAL CONTROL OVER THE INDIVIDUALS AND THE POPULATIONS. Twisted Evil

2) It is CERTAIN that they will discuss the WORLDWIDE ECONOMIC KRACH that is currently happening and the RISE OF PRICES (cereals, food, energy, real estate...). Linked to this, we'll find the creation of a new international money (the "amero") and the North-American Union project. Linked to this rise of prices, we also find the topic of FAMINE in many third-world countries (which is important and which they will encourage, since their goal is to cause a worldwide DEPOPULATION). Oil will be discussed as well. Exclamation

3) I believe that war plans will be spoken again. The "war of civilizations" is far from being over. New countries are getting involved (France for instance, due to its evil Sarkonazi president), and they need to shape the project. Twisted Evil

4) China and Russia will certainly be scheduled in the discussions, because of the importance and/or the hindrance they represent for the western world. Confused

5) One way or another, the Lisbon Treaty will be spoken of, even though I don't think that this will be a main topic, since it's almost adopted. They just need to find a way to "encourage" (or to force) Ireland to accept it. Twisted Evil

6) The big gamble is : what kind of experts will they need this year to further their horrible plans ? Question Confused Personally, I do believe that we might find biotechnologies experts, nanotechnologies experts, virus experts, cybernetics experts and/or energy experts.


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PostPosted: Tue May 06, 2008 11:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I probably forgot another very important point for Bilderberg 2008 :

7) CLIMATE AND ENVIRONMENT will probably be discussed, since the climate scam needs to go on in order to create taxes. Environmental issues will be debated, this is certain. Exclamation There a LOT of money for these pigs to get out of it. Twisted Evil Mad

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PostPosted: Sun May 18, 2008 1:35 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks Vic. this is the best prediction list so far I have seen - Cool Cool
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PostPosted: Fri May 23, 2008 10:59 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

On second thoughts, the Bildererg meeting is to persuade everyone powerful who is not part of the finance cabal that the war on terror and financial tactics are a good idea. The royalty buying you drinks does help a lot with that!

This year is a hot hot meeting to say the least. They probably can't hold it in Europe because they can't rely on us Europeans to keep it secret and sort security as well.

It's always US security thugs in charge of the local European secret police at Bilderberg meetings I've been to anyway.
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PostPosted: Fri May 23, 2008 5:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ramping up for Chantilly, "World is Flat" Thomas Friedman paints a bleak picture for the debt-ridden war-jaded, energy-foreclosed Bush US. He touts Zakaria's book on loss of American competitiveness and Rothkopf's book on the global elite who have filled the void left by the defunct Weishauptian nation state. The next US president must administer the strong medications that the global elite doctors have decided. We can expect Big media to begin conditioning Americans on what injections they must receive beginning the second week of June.

http://www.spiegel.de/international/0,1518,554479,00.html
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PostPosted: Mon May 26, 2008 10:21 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Population control to be discussed behind closed doors at Bilderberg 2008?

David Rockefeller gives a speech about over population. In this video, you will hear and see him discussing how the U.N. should sustain the population.

This man appears to have absolutely no shame... because the responsibility for much of the pollution is down to him, he has been at the forefront of the destruction of public transport and explosion of oil dependency in the Western world. As well as resource imbalance. Cheeky so-and-so!

Butter will not melt in David Rockefeller's mouth (an English expression)
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FROM THE US STATE DEPARTMENT
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U.S., Europe Need Collective Energy Security Strategy
Experts say supply diversification must be basis for moving forward
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Washington -- When President Bush and his European counterparts meet June 10 in Brdo, Slovenia, one of their top priorities will be to move closer to a common approach to energy security.

Officials from both sides of the Atlantic understand that such an approach not only is fundamental to maintaining a consistent flow of energy at sustainable prices, but is also vital to tackling broader climate change challenges.

European Union (EU) member states have taken actions recently to boost the use of renewable energy and reduce carbon dioxide emissions. U.S. experts argue, however, that it also is critical for European countries to develop a unified policy that promotes the diversification of its sources of energy, particularly with the countries of the Caspian Basin and Central Asia, and eventually with Iraq.

The key issue is how dependent should Europe be on its main energy supplier -- Russia. Gazprom, a Russian company, accounts for nearly all of Russian natural gas production and controls more than 15 percent of world gas reserves. It currently fulfils more than one-quarter of demand for natural gas from the European Union and between 50 percent and 100 percent of demand from most of the former Soviet republics.

According to the European Commission, Europe currently imports about 50 percent of its total energy supply, a figure that is projected to rise to 65 percent by 2030.

But European nations are not of one mind in addressing energy security. While some European countries wish to move forward with long-term bilateral supply contracts with Russia, other European countries believe their more urgent priority is to strengthen their negotiating position with Russia by developing diversified supplies of natural gas. Their concerns stem from Russia’s manipulation of gas and oil flows to the European market in recent years, according to a recent report by the U.S. Congressional Research Service (CRS).

“Our approach is to help Europe and help our European allies achieve their goals in diversification and to put them in the strongest possible negotiating position with a Gazprom partner who will be around for a long time,” Matthew Bryza, deputy assistant secretary of state for Europe and Eurasia, said February 26 in a press briefing with Hungarian journalists. “Strength in negotiations comes from diversification.”

Richard Lugar, ranking Republican on the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee, agrees. “The trans-Atlantic community must come to grips with the fact that our future is threatened by the continued abdication of leadership on energy,” Lugar said April 15 at a conference on U.S.-Ukrainian issues. “Our energy-derived vulnerabilities will continue until we have the possibility of collective action and are implementing supply diversification.”

Russia currently has a lock on the price of natural gas in Europe because Gazprom has acquired 50 percent ownership of the strategic gas trading and distribution hub at Baumgarten, Austria, where the pipelines from the North Sea and Russia converge, Bryza said in an April 30 interview with Greek journalists.

“Our goal is to make sure that that price-setting mechanisms operate freely, smoothly, according to market economic principles, and the only way to do that is to get more gas flowing there into Baumgarten so it’s not just Russia bringing the gas in because then Russia sets the price,” Bryza said.

Clearly, the Bush administration would like to see accelerated development of natural gas pipelines from Central Asia and the Caspian region to Europe that promises new and reliable energy sources. There is a foundation of success in place with the development of Caspian region oil and gas pipelines to date, including the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan and Baku-Supsa pipelines, which together carry more than 1 million barrels per day of Azerbaijani offshore Caspian crude oil to international ports in Turkey and Georgia. The Baku-Tbilisi-Erzerum natural gas pipeline already carries Azerbaijani off-shore Caspian natural gas to Turkey via Georgia.

While there have been a number of attempts to develop trans-Caspian gas pipelines from Central Asia to Europe across the South Caucasus to promote European diversification, little action has been taken to date.

More than a decade ago, a Trans-Caspian gas pipeline from Turkmenistan to Azerbaijan and then on to Turkey was proposed with the objective of circumventing both Russia and Iran. Unresolved issues over the legal status of the Caspian Sea, regional stability issues related to the dispute between Azerbaijan and Armenia over Nagorno-Karabaugh, and EU willingness to compete with Russia hampered its development, CRS said. In the end, the Baku-Tbilisi-Erzurum pipeline was built, but not without an extension to gas supplies in Turkmenistan.

And in 2007, Russia signed an agreement with Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan for Gazprom’s Central Asia-Center pipeline to supply additional volumes of gas to Europe, potentially scuttling further development of the Trans-Caspian pipeline.

Construction of the Nabucco pipeline from Turkey to Austria through Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria, however, is scheduled to begin in 2010. Intended to transport as much as 31 billion cubic meters of Central Asian gas, the project repeatedly has been delayed and concern remains as to whether Gazprom contracts for gas from its South Stream pipeline are undermining development of the project.

“The trans-Atlantic community now stands at a critical decision point that demands a collective energy security strategy,” Lugar said. “The current European strategy will be unsuccessful in meeting this challenge. Success at developing productive European and Russian energy interdependence requires much more European unity.”

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