Firebrand radio host plans to attend protest, but will UK government let him in?
Paul Joseph Watson
May 6, 2013
Alex Jones is calling on the global press to break the information blockade surrounding the Bilderberg group and cover the annual meeting of the real shadow government which is set to take place in Watford, UK from June 6-9.
Jones will personally fly in from Austin, Texas to cover the protest which will take place outside the Grove luxury resort hotel at which Bilderberg members will plot and scheme with complete disregard for the democratic process. Jones will also be covering the event and obtaining leaks from the Bilderberg confab in his capacity as an internationally recognized broadcaster and journalist.
One of the big questions surrounding Jones’ confrontation of Bilderberg is whether the United Kingdom will attempt to bar him from entering the country, just as they did with fellow talk show host Michael Savage back in 2009  after Savage was accused of making statements deemed “a threat to national security.”
The ban on Savage was initially ordered by the left-wing Labour government but later re-affirmed by the Conservatives. Savage was placed on a list of 16 people barred from the country because of their political views. Others on the list included Ku Klux Klan grand wizard Stephen Donald Black and neo-Nazi Erich Gliebe. That list has now grown  to over 100 people.
Jones previously ran into problems when attempting to cover Bilderberg back in 2006 when Canadian authorities detained him and his crew  for over 15 hours on the orders of the Bilderberg group, subjecting them to an intense barrage of interrogation.
Aware of the fact that UK authorities could be considering attempting to bar Jones from entering the country, Infowars will have a list of influential political leaders, including members of the British Parliament and the EU Parliament, as well as media personalities on standby to cause a public relations flap if any problems are encountered and expose how the free press is being censored.
Jones wants to remind UK authorities that his intentions are completely peaceful and that he is entering the country as a journalist to cover an important gathering of global power brokers. Last year, the London Guardian documented  how Jones was a prominent critic of the Bilderberg group who was responsible for many of the other protesters attending in 2012.
If UK authorities try to deport Jones, it will only lead to a PR embarrassment and further unwanted attention heaped on the Bilderberg group. Jones will be there to represent the United States and the American people to make a stand against political insiders who – in complete violation of the Logan Act – are carving up U.S. sovereignty and deciding international policy in secret.
Since the British press are amongst the best when it comes to covering Bilderberg – most notably Charlie Skelton who writes for the Guardian – we expect UK authorities to respect media freedom and confound claims that the UK is an authoritarian state, which would be confirmed if Jones is barred from entering the country.
Jones genuinely wants to visit the United Kingdom for all the right reasons but if he is prevented from doing so by authorities repeating the mistakes made in Canada, it will only backfire on both the UK government and the Bilderberg group, prompting even more intense press coverage.
Jones will be joined by hundreds of other alternative media personalities and activists who will travel from all over the world to attend the event at great expense in an effort to fill the void left by the mainstream media, which routinely underreports the conference and downplays its significance, despite the fact that it is attended by over one hundred of the world’s most influential movers and shakers from the spheres of politics, business, academia, technology and banking.
The attitude of the elitists who gather for the annual confab can best be summed up by a recently revealed Henry Kissinger quote . Kissinger, a regular attendee, once stated, “The illegal we do immediately; the unconstitutional takes a little longer.”
Far from being a mere “talking shop,” as it is often derided by a compliant and castrated corporate media, there are numerous examples of major policy decisions being decided behind closed doors at Bilderberg.
In 2010, former NATO Secretary-General and Bilderberg member Willy Claes admitted  that Bilderberg attendees are mandated to implement decisions that are formulated during the annual conference of power brokers.
In 2009, Bilderberg chairman Étienne Davignon even bragged about how the Euro single currency was a brainchild  of the Bilderberg Group.
Back in February, Italian lawyer Alfonso Luigi Marra requested  that the Public Prosecutor of Rome investigate Bilderberg for criminal activity, questioning whether the elitist organization’s 2011 meeting in Switzerland led to the selection of Mario Monti as Prime Minister of Italy.
Labeling the group a “unique, illegal brotherhood” of elitists who consider themselves to be “above the law,” Marra pointed the finger at Bilderberg for engineering wars, economic collapses, and arming dictators, activities which, “constitute an obvious, blatant violation, to say the least, of the articles of the Criminal Code.”
Last month, Honorary President of the Supreme Court of Italy and former Senior Investigative Judge Ferdinando Imposimato accused the Bilderberg Group of being behind terrorist attacks  in Europe.
Despite once meriting just a handful of press reports, coverage of the Bilderberg confab by both mainstream and alternative media has rapidly expanded in recent years, leading Bilderberg luminaries to express their anger over the “constant exposure” fueled by an increasing number of protesters who descend on the conference venue.
Alex Jones is calling on all concerned activists to join forces and make Bilderberg 2013 go down in history as the year that the clandestine group loses its veil of secrecy and is finally exposed as a malevolent force that has no place in an open and democratic society.
Press coverage from Alex Jones’ attendance at the 2006 Bilderberg protest in Canada can be viewed below.