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NOTHING GOOD WILL COME OF THIS

By Pete Moore On June 6th, 2013

Avoid Watford for the next few days. That’s always sound advice, but the Bilderbergers are arriving as I type. It’s shutouts, lockdowns, armed police and Britons living nearby having to show their papers just to go home.

What’s notable is the speed at which the secrecy around the annual conspirators is blowing away as global attention intensifies exponentially year by year. First there was nothing to report, then it was described as just a private meeting at which the mega-rich and powerful could chat candidly. Now we see beyond doubt that it’s a conference where the Power Elite plots and conspires.

The Telegraph reports (despite the misleading headline) that it was at Bilderberg that the decision to politically unify the European nations was taken decades ago, and where the foundations were laid, for example. This decision was taken in secret. It was a conspiracy against hundreds of millions of people. The creeping police state is often advanced behind the propaganda that if you have nothing to hide you have nothing to fear. Well straight back at them.

James Corbett has put together this handy piece which covers these and other points which most will find interesting. It’s 13 minutes long but do try to watch it. Maybe sitting on youtube’s bandwidth would be a good idea if you do.

14 Responses to “NOTHING GOOD WILL COME OF THIS”

  1. The list of attendees is sinister. The heads of the IT corporations are there which means something will be done to bring the internet under ‘control’. Of course, anybody who says this is conspiracy is a ‘conspiracy theorist’, yet the conspiracy will be convened right in front of us, and it will be denied that it is so by those who can’t and won’t face the fact of the conspiracy.

  2. If they have the power to bring the internet under control then why haven’t they done so previously? Oh, sorry for the factual observation. Now back to the fiction…

  3. If we had the power to do things now, why didn’t we do so previously? Oh, sorry for the idiotic comment. I must be a lawyer.

    From the comment at 3.47pm is the stupidity of the credulous mass who believe, as a herd, whatever they are told without subjecting it to their own criticism. Anyone, even professional engineers, who questions why buildings can collapse at freefall acceleration and not be controlled demolition are dismissed by this ignoranti as ‘kooks’. The clique at Bilderberg are correct when they believe that they can do almost anything without resistance simply because the evidence to-date supports them.

  4. Allan – You are already an anti-Semite, a conspiracy lunatic, and a racist. Now you want to sink lower and be thought of as a lawyer?

    My question stands, if these all-powerful gents can bring the internet under control, what is stopping them? What stopped them before?

  5. Mahons – nothing is stopping them. Previously, it was unlikely that they had the capacity to do so as it would have required certain cooperation with other countries. But now, even without the conspiracy candid discussions of Bilderberg, steps are being taken to monitor use of internet and to identify dissenters and their leaders:

    http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2013/04/12/nsa-data-center-front-and-center-in-debate-over-liberty-security-and-privacy/

    The NSA says the Utah Data Center is a facility for the intelligence community that will have a major focus on cyber security. The agency will neither confirm nor deny specifics. Some published reports suggest it could hold 5 zettabytes of data. (Just one zettabyte is the equivalent of about 62 billion stacked iPhones 5’s– that stretches past the moon.

    OK – that’s the capacity in place.

    Fellow NSA whistleblower Bill Binney, who worked at the NSA for nearly four decades, says it’s about the possibility that the government’s stunning new capacity to collect, store and analyze data could be abused.

    “It’s really a– turnkey situation, where it could be turned quickly and become a totalitarian state pretty quickly,” he said. “The capacities to do that is being set up. Now it’s a question of if we get the wrong person in office, or if certain people set up their network internally in government, they could make that happen quickly.”

    So really, all it now needs is the order to proceed. That shouldn’t be too difficult to to justify to the great mass of the credulous who will accept that arresting ‘dangerous’ bloggers is for national security.

  6. Allan – How could the lack the capacity to do it when they are capable of so many other horrible deeds? Wait, there is a knock on my door…a man in a uniform is outside…Oh my God…Oh it is just the pizza delivery guy. Phew!

  7. Mahons

    That is what he wants you to think 😉

  8. Mahons – as my response shows, the capacity to monitor and record everything is now in place. Indeed, taking the Boston lockdown as an example, the willingness to impose ‘control’ is also in place. Most of all, the herd (U-S-A, U-S-A) just loves it. Here’s a ‘knock at the door’ Boston-style:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_MezLoczjfY

  9. Allan – Then why haven’t they implemented this control? How can they allow visionaries such as yourself to roam free?

  10. Mahons – as my response shows, the capacity to monitor and record everything is now in place. So really, all it now needs is the order to proceed. That shouldn’t be too difficult to justify to the great mass of the credulous (U-S-A, U-S-A, four legs good, two legs bad) who will accept that arresting ‘dangerous’ bloggers is for national security.

  11. I don’t think the Bilderberg group is a conspiracy*- indeed what has leaked out over previous meetings is how much everyone disagrees with each other. But there is a problem with the ultra rich going off to meet a the ultra powerful for a few days to discuss policy.

    * Mostly because I’m not a credulous fuckwit.

  12. Anyone, even professional engineers, who questions why buildings can collapse at freefall acceleration and not be controlled demolition are dismissed by this ignoranti as ‘kooks’.

    Incidentally the claim that the WTC towers fell at free fall speed is a complete lie. Freefall speed would have meant that each one would take 9 seconds to collapse, in reality they took about 15 seconds each.

  13. Ross – here is building 7 falling at freefall acceleration. I don’t want to divert attention from Bilderberg, the existence of which has now been acknowledged as fact even by the most determinedly ignorant contributors to this site. Please watch and tell me where you disagree with the analysis:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mSyqfM-Rgy0

  14. I see Allan’s been hitting the crack pipe hard this evening.