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Bilderberg Group Meeting 2005: Rottach-Egern, Munich, Bavaria, Germany, May 5–8, 2005
According to Estulin's sources, Bilderberg are very angry at the alternative truth movement and its opposition and exposure of Bilderberg's agenda. More specifically, the Christian Patriot movement in America was highlighted as a nuisance that will have to be dealt with.
Daniel Estulin is award-winning investigative journalist who has been researching the Bilderbergers for over 13 years.
The annual secret meeting of the Bilderberg group determines many of the headlines and news developments you will read about in the coming months. But the Establishment media completely black it out. With the exception of half-a-dozen high-ranking members of the press who are sworn to secrecy, few have ever heard of the exclusive andsecretive group called The Bilderbergers.
The conspiracy theorists term is thrown around as per usual but the goal of one world government is admitted.
Bob Alden, who is retired after more than 50 years on the news staff at The Washington Post, said he would personally deliver the American Free Press issue that contained extensive Bilderberg group coverage and list of participants to publisher Donald Graham.
Gov. Mark R. Warner quietly slipped away this month to Germany for a secretive weekend conclave of global economic and foreign-policy figures.
Are tensions starting to boil over within the different factions of the Globalists? When is the war on Iran going to take place?
What kind of a world does the elite plan for you? Since 1954, the Bilderberg group, with the collaboration of the mainstream media, has been meeting in secret, behind closed and heavily guarded doors, to make decisions affecting virtually everyone on Earth.
Britons were voting even as Bilderberg was gathering here Thursday, May 5, and the British luminaries gave grudging support to Prime Minister Tony Blair’s Labor Party because of his backing of the pending European Constitution (EC). But they remain angry that Blair joined the United States in the invasion of Iraq.
Behind closed doors in a Bavarian hotel, a group of powerful men and women will this week debate the future of the world.