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http://youtu.be/amcWtEkR-yg Conspiracy theorists may chuckle when they learn a debate entitled “Does Privacy Exist?” is to feature at this year’s Bilderberg conference, the notoriously secretive gathering of the world’s most powerful bankers, politicians and business people. There may be a further shaking of heads when they discover one of the participants at the heavily fortified, five-star Marriott Hotel in Copenhagen, Denmark, will be Keith Alexander, the former director of the National Security Agency (NSA), which was embarrassed by the mass-surveillance revelations leaked by Edward Snowden. In fairness to the Bilderberg, the organisers of this year’s conference – which starts on Thursday – have made efforts to be more transparent by publishing a list of all the prime ministers, chief executives and military chiefs in attendance, as well as the topics up for discussion. Chancellor George Osborne and his Labour counterpart, Ed Balls, are among the hand-picked group of British politicians who will visit Copenhagen to hob-nob with the global elite behind closed doors. Other guests from the political sphere include the former “Third Man” of New Labour, Lord Mandelson, the current International Development Secretary, Justine Greening, and the veteran American foreign policy expert, Henry Kissinger. Billionaire captains of industry who landed invitations include the heads of Shell, BP, Airbus, HSBC, Saab, AXA, Google, and Linkedin. They will sit alongside key global powerbrokers such as Christine Lagarde, the head of the International Monetary Fund, and senior officials from the European Central Bank. The chairmen from Goldman Sachs and Lazards will perhaps reflect on how their investment banks “advised” Whitehall over the controversial flotation of Royal Mail, which left the UK taxpayer £1bn out of pocket. Keeping a discreet eye over the exchanges will be the intelligence chiefs such as Mr Alexander from the United States and Sir John Sawers, the head of MI6, who was pictured on Facebook in his swimming trunks in 2009. Items on the agenda include “The future of democracy and the middle-class trap”, “The new architecture of the Middle East” and the major geopolitical crisis of the moment: “Ukraine”. The secretive nature of the Bilderberg Conference has triggered suspicions that the event is used to shape global policy at the expense of democratic oversight. The idea of the euro was said to have been spawned at one meeting in the Nineties. Paul Flynn, Labour MP for Newport West, asked a series of parliamentary questions about Bilderberg last year when the conference was held at a five-star hotel near Watford. He told The Independent: “I don’t regard the Bilderberg as a great threat but we would all like to know what is going on with these things. Secrecy inspires concern.” Despite its new efforts at transparency, the conference is still acutely sensitive about radical infiltration. On Tuesday night, three journalists – self-styled “InfoWarriors” – were arrested by Danish police after they tried to ambush the organisers outside the Marriott. Unfortunately for Hannah Borno, a British freelance journalist staying in the hotel, she was spotted exchanging words with the “InfoWarriors” earlier in the day, which caused her stay to be prematurely cut short. She said: “As my husband and I prepared to go to bed we were confronted by a hotel member of staff and a member of security. They said we had been seen talking to some people earlier who had been asked to leave, and for the safety of the staff they had been advised to ask us to leave.” FULL NEWS: https://www.google.com/search?q=bilderberg+2014&num=100&client=firefox-a&hs=EQV&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&channel=fflb&source=univ&tbm=nws&tbo=u&sa=X&ei=ZoGGU5CPBYKjyATm3oHYDw&ved=0CCcQkSU&biw=1151&bih=458 In 1954, the most powerful men in the world met for the first time under the auspices of the Dutch royal crown and the Rockefeller family at the luxurious Hotel Bilderberg in the small Dutch town of Oosterbeek. For an entire weekend, they debated the future of the world. 'When it was over, they decided to meet once every year to exchange ideas and analyze international affairs. They named themselves the Bilderberg Group. Since then, they have gathered yearly in a luxurious hotel somewhere in the world to try to decide the future of humanity. http://youtu.be/5B1PX1XeZ_s - Under cover video http://youtu.be/HBypAFQ3ZCk - Main Stream News Coverage
Ucranium hurts then Crymeariver! That was just a simple wordplay action on Crimea and Ukraine. What you are about to read is what the larger media outlets won’t tell you. Why does the US actually care about a country of little to no significance to us? Maybe because people like Zbigniew Brzezinski (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zbigniew_Brzezinski) from Warsaw Poland no less would love to see the remnants of the old Soviet Empire fall one by one (Progressively) to the European Union. Or the greater IMF the US is desperate to keep USD hegemony in place. Not for the same reasons that I hope you embrace though. You see it is the weapon of global destruction. The USD’s place in the world has brought both great prosperity and great poverty. A little history here on the petrodollar how about that? I bet you thought it was strong because of the American work ethic! Maybe our great education system! Don’t worry Common core will fix the education system. But I digress. I believe every war since the Bosnian conflict has been over IMF hegemony. We have been encircling Russia and China and their “buddies” for a long time. If we could only get them to surrender their nukes it would all be over! Let me tell you how this ends. One of two ways I hope. The other is thermonuclear war. #1.The whole world bows to the USD and then a new currency is born “levelling” the playing field. #2. The USD and European currencies collapse. A catastrophic depression and war follow close after that. You see someone will have to be blamed other than the Politicians and bankers. They can never be wrong.