If you’ve been paying attention to the way the world works, by now you’re aware that only a handful of individuals control the majority of the world’s wealth. As a result, they influence most of the policies which affect us all.
A number of powerful individuals, including David Rockefeller, Henry Kissinger, Bill Clinton, Gordon Brown, Angela Merkel, Alan Greenspan, Ben Bernanke, and Larry Summers, are members of the Bilderberg group. Every year, the group meets in secret. Attendees range from elected officials to military members and select media figures. However, they all have one thing in common: power.
In their annual meetings, members discuss a wide range of topics, including chemical weapons threats, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, NATO, Russia, elections, and more. The most concerning part is that for over half a century, no agenda or discussion topics have ever become public knowledge. Furthermore, press coverage is not allowed. In fact, journalists have been arrested for attempting to acquire information on what has been discussed and what conclusions have been made.
According to Daniel Estulin, who has researched the Bilderberg Group’s influence on business and finance, global politics, war, and peace, and control of the world’s resources and its money for over 14 years, the group is “a shadow world government….threaten(ing) to take away our right to direct our own destinies (by creating) a disturbing reality” posing a threat to the public’s welfare.
“Imagine a private club where presidents, prime ministers, international bankers and generals rub shoulders, where gracious royal chaperones ensure everyone gets along, and where the people running the wars, markets, and Europe (and America) say what they never dare say in public,” said Estulin.blockquote
Coup d’etat in Slowmotion
by Ole Dammegard
For almost 30 years investigator Ole Dammegård has been on a quest to find the truth behind some of the worst conspiracies in the history of world – such as the murders US President John F. Kennedy, Robert Kennedy, John Lennon and the blowing up of m/s Estonia killing at least 852 innocent people.