Confab of global elite delayed due to bad weather, attendee list leaked
Paul Joseph Watson in Switzerland
Friday, June 10, 2011
NATO Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen is at the 2011 Bilderberg summit in St. Moritz Switzerland to discuss expanding the war on Libya and turning the conflict into a “bloody” affair despite the fact that the United States’ involvement in the bombardment has already cost nearly a billion dollars.
Even as President Obama commits US forces to a 4th front in Yemen, the bombardment of Libya is costing American taxpayers $2 million dollars a day. According to a leaked Department of Defense memo, “The cost of the U.S. campaign in Libya is set to exceed the $750 million Pentagon estimate set out in March,” reports the Daily Mail.
Appearing on the Alex Jones Show live from near the location of the elitist summit, veteran Bilderberg sleuth Jim Tucker said that the Bilderberg elite were “determined” to expand the war in Libya, and wanted to turn it into a “bloody” conflict which would involve every major world power aside from Israel.
As Tucker previously reported from his inside sources, Bilderberg are petrified at the increasing resistance to the attack on Libya from within the US Congress.
We personally photographed NATO chief Anders Rasmussen as he arrived at the conference in St. Moritz yesterday afternoon. He doesn’t appear on the official Bilderberg attendee list but it is common that many members request their name not be included on the roster.
Regarding the economic picture, Tucker said that his sources inside Bilderberg were telling him that the elitists are planning to prolong the recession through 2012 and drive up oil prices even further as a means of forcing Americans to accept bloody warfare in the Middle East and North Africa.
As was later reported by Swiss newspapers, it emerged yesterday that the official start of the Bilderberg conference had to be delayed by a day because members were not able to fly their helicopters and private jets through heavy rain storms and the low lying cloud cover that has blanketed St. Moritz over the last few days. Less than half of the attendees had arrived at the Suvretta Hotel by early evening on Thursday.
Tucker related how several individuals within the Swiss federal government were enraged at Bilderberg’s “invasion of their sovereignty”.
Swiss media coverage of the conference has been plentiful, much to the chagrin of Bilderberg.
A similar theme from last year’s meeting in Spain has also emerged once again, with Bilderberg members furious at the increasing amount of protesters and media coverage that they are receiving.
“They’ve now asked Rupert Murdoch, biggest owner of newspapers throughout the world, to try to talk the major newspapers in Europe out of covering Bilderberg,” said Tucker, but he added that the effort had largely been a failure due to the large amount of coverage being afforded to the confab by the Swiss media.
Tucker said the Bilderbergers had expressed “great anger that the commoners are forcing this coverage and forcing these headlines.”
A massive protest against Bilderberg is set to take place on Saturday at noon outside the Suvretta Hotel involving both Socialist and conservative Swiss People’s Party activists.
Watch the full interview with Jim Tucker below.
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This article was posted: Friday, June 10, 2011 at 4:04 am