Bilderberg Group Mystery – International Banking and Otherworldly Interests_Featured_, Banksters, Conspiracies, New World Order Thursday, June 7th, 2012
The Bilderberg Group concluded its annual meeting this past weekend in Chantilly, Virginia (a suburb in the Washington DC metro area) to discuss a range of hot button international issues. The meeting (May 31 to June 3) has attracted protestors many of whom believe that the Bilderberg annual meeting serves to expand the interests and influence of international banking cartels. Protestors and critics believe the Bilderberg meeting is a forum where world policies are secretly decided, and implemented. High among these policies is the creation of a one world government and central bank.
In contrast, the Bilderberg Group website claims that its meetings are merely “a small, flexible, informal and off-the-record international forum in which different viewpoints can be expressed and mutual understanding enhanced.” The Bilderberg website further points out “no resolutions are proposed, no votes taken, and no policy statements issued.”
So what is the real agenda behind the Bilderberg group? Is it to promote the interests of international banking cartels and a one world government? Alternatively, is Bilderberg simply an annual forum for leading industrialists, bankers, hi-tech gurus, and up-and-coming politicians to meet, learn about each other, and better understand international events? The ultimate answer may be truly out of this world.
According to Bilderberg Group critics such as Alex Jones, currently leading an Occupy Bilderberg protest, the annual meeting serves the interests of an international banking cartel intent on creating a one world government and a global Central Bank. To achieve these long term goals, the Bilderberg Group meets annually to implement international policies where they secretly manipulate national politics, economics, and global events. The ultimate goals are all very worldly: a One World Government controlled by a World Central Bank. The international banking families would provide much of the capital for setting up the World Central Bank thereby creating virtually unlimited wealth for future generations of international bankers. This wealth would be more than sufficient to satisfy the greed, ambitions, and political needs of international banking interests in controlling humanity. The Bilderberg Group has already become, according to Daniel Estulin, a shadow world government:
… they have gathered yearly in a luxurious hotel somewhere in the world to try to decide the future of humanity … the Bilderberg Group has grown beyond its idealistic beginnings to become a shadow world government, which decides in total secrecy at annual meetings how their plans are to be carried out. They threaten to take away our right to direct our own destinies.
So are Jones, Estulin and other critics correct? Is the annual Bilderberg meeting merely a front for international banking interests that form the backbone of a shadow world government?
The following story was told to me by a former hotel employee that had worked at a venue where the Bilderberg group was meeting one year. This was a year where Bill Clinton was attending according to this employee. I have met this former hotel employee and will simply refer to this person as Mr B. I found Mr B to very credible, and he had no reason to fabricate what follows.
While at work during the Bilderberg annual meeting, Mr B was instructed to deliver an important message to a specific person attending a meeting in one of the smaller meeting rooms being used by the Bilderbergers. As is now well known, it is the tradition of the Bilderbergers to hire an entire hotel for its exclusive use during an annual meeting. All hotel staff are basically there to serve the needs of Bilderberg participants during the meeting. So it was not unusual for Mr B to be given such a task which he was now responsible to complete. Initially, Mr B was refused entry and was asked to hand the message over to someone else. Mr B insisted that he was under strict orders to deliver the message personally. After some heated discussion, Mr B was given permission to enter the meeting room. That’s when things became very bizarre.
Mr B claimed upon entering he saw around 24 people seated around a large rectangular table. They were speaking in a cacophony of sounds, none of which was intelligible. It didn’t sound like any language Mr B had ever heard before. Mr B couldn’t see any faces among those seated around the table. He could see their physical bodies in suits, etc., but the faces were hazy due to some kind of mist or fog. Mr B reported that there was an intense energy field pervading the room – it was definitely very unusual and felt otherworldly. Mr B felt resentment being projected towards him over his unwelcome presence. He was directed towards the person to whom he had to deliver the message. Mr B delivered the message and promptly left the room. He was unaware of the message’s contents. Soon after leaving the room, Mr B experienced a massive headache, which lasted several days and he had to take time off.
Mr B’s experience suggests that an element within the Bilderberg group does have an otherworldly composition and agenda. It’s very likely that Mr B had viewed the Bilderberg’s mysterious Executive Committee in session, and that the people running Bilderberg may be in touch with and/or controlled by an outside otherworldly force. What is this otherworldly force? None of the major Bilderberg Group researchers elaborate on such an element. So at this point, I will outline what my exopolitics research has revealed about this otherworldly element in Bilderberg Group meetings.