The Bilderberg Group: Puppet Master of World Leaders
What Do They Want?
Over the course of human history, the former four things have been used by men and women to gain the latter. The giving, taking away, or making it known that one’s behavior can affect the giving or taking away of these things, make up the machinations of power. But where does this power lie? With presidents, billionaires, celebrities and royalty? With intellectuals, entertainers, media titans or businessmen? Is that power earned or given? Who is really in charge?
Some people claim that the unfolding of world events is not merely the aggregate of random individual actions, but a specific predetermined plan, enacted by a small group of unelected power brokers, acting behind closed doors and answerable to no one. Could that be the reality? That’s the claim that dogs an organization called the Bilderberg Group, a shadowy secret society born in the ashes of World War II. Its membership is a fiercely guarded secret and its mission unknown to all but its initiated followers. There is evidence that it’s been involved in choosing international leaders, manipulating the global economy and pressing for a unified world government. Some believe its overarching goal is even more insidious: the complete enslavement of the world's countries and wholesale slaughter of most of the global population.
[ Jesse Ventura's Take ]
People have been talking for years about secret groups that pull the strings and rule the world. And for a long time it was rumors and crazy talk of men having secret meetings. But we found out that this Bilderberg Group is the real deal. We can put faces to the rumors. And we can put names to the faces. These high and mighty members of the elite don't hide the fact that they're meeting all the time-right in our backyards! They only hide what goes on inside their meetings. Do the members control nations... economies... food supplies... even medicine? Most definitely. Are they out to thin out the population? As long as they're behind closed doors they've got deniability.