A lot of wack rumors have sprung up around what is happening at the Bilderberg Summit every year. I don’t put a lot of stock in a lot of those rumors; I don’t think, for instance, that they meet to divide up the slaves, and I don’t think that they meet to form instruction sheets for the world’s politicians.
But I don’t know exactly what it is they do there, and nobody else who doesn’t get an invite does.
This year’s summit is supposed to be about “social networking and security,” but a lot of the names in attendance suggest that there are other things afoot. Kissinger, Rockefeller, CEOs of places like Goldman-Sachs. The Who’s-Who of the Plutocracy. I cannot imagine that these people are meeting to influence Governments, since they own quite a few of them. I’d guess that they are meeting to cement their hegemony over the riches of the world. While I don’t know what form that hegemony ultimately takes, I can safely assume that it is a form that would be unpalatable to the great mass of people. Otherwise, they’d release minutes of their meetings. They’d invite the press in. They’d let politicians in from countries that their policies will affect (as it is, any politician stupid enough to try to crash a Bilderberg Summit gets his ass beat by the local security forces. It’s happened more than once.)
In this world of ours, where right-wing scum constantly cry about SECURITY!!!, there is never a peep about these meetings. And that’s strange, because a bunch of disconnected, loaded people meeting in secret to formulate financial policy for the whole world are a hell of a lot more dangerous to us than any thousand Osamas will ever be. It seems to me that if we are ever going to weaken the Plutocracy, we must first give a damn about what they are up to. But we waste so much time on the Ten Commandments and birth certificates that these elites can go right on, doing what I suspect they’ve been doing for many years now-as in, dismantling the future for billions of people in the service of a few billionaires.
Do ya think we might get off “Jersey Shore” long enough to care?