Saturday, July 14, 2012
The world’s most elite men will meet in secrecy for the annual Bohemian Grove gathering this week. And although the public won’t be allowed inside the elusive event, protesters will be on the other side of the fence as part of Occupy Bohemian Grove.
Demonstrators from around the world will descend on a plot of land around 70 miles north of San Francisco, California this week, but they won’t be granted access to see what actually happens between the members of one of Earth’s most unknown secret societies: Bohemian Grove. That shroud of secrecy that has surrounded the gathering since its start over a century ago — and what happens beneath it — is exactly why hundreds are expected to turn out in Monte Rio, California to protest the ongoing erosion of a democratic society.
Although Bohemian Grove has spawned demonstrations outside the property in the past, the spirit of the Occupy Wall Street movement will be represented this time around as protesters rally against the so-called one percent.
“Occupy groups across America, and increasingly the world, are working to expose the one percent in control of global resources who are bringing human rights repression, environmental destruction and war to humankind,” the Occupy Bohemian Grove website reads.
Although the roster of attendees that are on the guest list is kept largely classified, Dick Cheney, Newt Gingrich, Henry Kissinger and both Presidents Bush have been tied to the gathering in the past.
This article was posted: Saturday, July 14, 2012 at 12:49 am