London Guardian 
Monday, June 4, 2012
Yesterday at 4pm a limousine with a police motorcade entered the rear entrance of the Bilderberg  hotel. Heavy security, heavyweight politician. Let the guesses commence: was it Romney getting the green light for the presidency? Was it Hilary, nipping in to sign off on Iran?
4pm – time to freshen up, before a mix and mingle over cocktails, and a place at the top table for an extremely noisy dinner. The noise was courtesy of the Bilderberg bullhorn disco – an iTunes playlist, blasted out at the hotel.
During cocktail hour, the delegates chatted amiably about Greek asset stripping to the tune of Killing In The Name by Rage Against The Machine. Over dinner, they divided up the post-invasion Iran restructuring contracts to Uprising by Muse. And just before the noise curfew kicked in, they sipped their coffee to the gentle sway of Megadeth’s Endgame.
The Bilderberg bullhorns went head-to-head mid-afternoon, in the ‘Best Rant’ contest, for the chance to win a golden bullhorn. The rants were judged by We Are Change San Antonio  and guerilla moviemaker Mark Dice . The winning rant was delivered by Steve Milroy, who said modestly, as he collected his prize: “They only voted for me because I was packing heat.”