By Michael Thompson
CHANTILLY, Va. – An intense and amplified police presence outside the Westfields Marriott Convention Center greeted the more than 1,000 protestors of the Bilderberg Conference on Day 3 of the secret conclave that gathers global leaders of finance and government.
More than 35 uniformed police officers guarded the primary entrance of the Westfields Marriott, where Bilderberg attendees were quickly shuttled in and out amidst a hail of verbal assaults from protestors, the primary question constantly being asked by those in crowd being why these world leaders were meeting behind closed doors and a wall of armed security.
“We know you are in there, the world knows you are in there, and we know what you are up to,” shouted radio personality Alex Jones into a bullhorn, with a crowd of more than 250 Bilderberger protestors gathered around him, most waving American and Gadsden Flags, many more shouting into bullhorns of their own.
With only a 400-yard partially barbed wire temporary fence separating the Westfields Marriott from the protestors – and a small army of uniformed police walking around the forest buffer surrounding the convention center – Jones organized chants of “The answer to 1984 is 1776,” “USA, USA,” and, “Get out of our Country,” directed squarely at the Bildbergers.
Jones, who hosts the radio program “The Alex Jones Show” and runs the popular news site Infowars.com, spoke to WND while simultaneously streaming his own show live, saying, “You guys are one of the groups trying to bring down the Berlin Wall when it comes to the truth.”
Comparing the Bilderberg Conference to the shadowy globalist group that controlled S.H.I.E.L.D. in this summer’s mega blockbuster “The Avengers,” Jones said that the United States was losing its sovereignty to a cabal of unelected and unaccountable globalists with the ultimate goal of subjugating the U.S. military to the control of the United Nations and NATO generals.
“It’s funny, when you watch that movie you ask yourself, ‘Who is S.H.I.E.L.D. taking their orders from?'” Jones asked, “This is exactly what the Bilderbergers represent, with the ultimate goal being the end of American sovereignty under a global government.”
On a related note, Wired.com reported that the Pentagon pulled out of working on “The Avengers” film, because they couldn’t ascertain who the fictional, multinational peace-keeping organization answered to.
“We couldn’t reconcile the unreality of this international organization and our place in it,” Phil Strub, the Defense Department’s Hollywood liaison, told Wired.com. “To whom did S.H.I.E.L.D. answer? Did we work for S.H.I.E.L.D.? We hit that roadblock and decided we couldn’t do anything [with the film].”
“That is the ultimate goal of Bilderberg, the end of American sovereignty and the implementation of a globalist elite that controls every aspect of your life,” said Jones, who despite being drenched in sweat, seemed to be gaining energy as the protests went on.
The full WND interview of Alex Jones can be seen below:
Daniel Estulin, author of “The True Story of the Bilderberg Group,” contends the idea behind each and every Bilderberg meeting “is to create what they themselves call the aristocracy of purpose between European and North American elites on the best way to manage the planet.”
“In other words,” Estulin told WND in an email exchange in which he answered questions, “the creation of a global network of giant cartels, more powerful than any nation on Earth, destined to control the necessities of life of the rest of humanity.”
This year the meetings in Chantilly run through June 4. Most of the group’s meetings are in Europe.
Observers also point out George H.W. Bush attended in 1985. He became president in 1988. Bill Clinton attended in 1991. He became president a year later. Tony Blair attended in 1993. He became prime minister of England in 1997. Romano Prodi attended in 1999. Later that year he became president of the European Union Commission. In 2004, Sen. John Edwards spoke to the group. He was later anointed the Democratic vice presidential nominee by presidential candidate John Kerry.
Estulin said some people go off the deep end and try to see more than the Bilderberg Group is. That’s not needed, he said, because what’s already there “is and of itself is a pretty significant factor.”
He described the group as “a vehicle through which private financier oligarchical interests were able to impose their policies on what is nominally sovereign governments.”
Estulin will not be in attendance this year, because he is not permitted to travel into the U.S. But he is sending a representative in his place. He believes the meetings are among the most important events to take place in the world every year.
“Bilderberg is not some group of demonic world leaders sitting around a table staring into a crystal ball,” Estulin told WND. “In the U.S., a lot of people mistakenly believe there are secret societies, a very small group controlling the dynamics of the entire world, instead of understanding Bilderberg as a processes-, ideas- and themes-shaping organization.
“Bilderberg is not a bogeyman. But it is a powerful organization. It’s a medium for bringing together financial institutions – the largest, predatory institutions in the world – which acts in ways that are now the worst enemy of society.”
He said at the center of the campaign is the idea that the resources of the world belong not to the people, but to the minority who have power and influence.
“All these people want an empire,” Estulin explained. “They don’t want the people of the world to develop, to prosper, to grow the population. They want us to work for them, where our children and our children’s children work for an elite group, the oligarchy. If people participate in the ideas shaping the world, if a nation is allowed to grow its own food, develop its own natural resources, be truly self-governing, it would end the Bilderbergers’ oligarchy.”
The meetings are private, invitation-only for about 150 individuals from the worlds of politics, business, finance, energy, media and nobility. No resolutions are voted on, no minutes are taken and no statements are issued.
Estulin has cited David Rockefeller’s own admission. Rockefeller, a Bilderberg member, wrote: “Some even believe we are part of a secret cabal working against the best interests of the United States, characterizing my family and me as ‘internationalists’ and of conspiring with others around the world to build a more integrated global political and economic structure – one world, if you will. If that’s the charge, I stand guilty, and I am proud of it.”
In 2009, Bilderberg Chairman Etienne Davignon boasted that the Euro single currency was a recommendation of the Bilderberg group.