Sunday, 6 June 2010

Bilderberg: wounded and cornered

From Infowars:

"The 2010 Bilderberg agenda has been revealed by veteran Bilderberg sleuth Jim Tucker and it paints a picture of crisis for the globalists, who are furious at the increased exposure their gatherings have received in recent years, as well as being dismayed at their failure to rescue both the euro and the failing carbon tax agenda, but more alarmingly according to Tucker, the majority of Bilderberg members are now in favor of military air strikes on Iran."

Read the article here.


Quiet_Man said...

We should leave the middle east alone, the place is not worth fighting over.

Anonymous said...

Agreed, QM. Except that in supporting Israel, arguably, we implicitly support its actions in Gaza.

Yes, both parties (flotillia and Israelis) used the 'aid' gambit for propaganda purposes, but that does not excuse Israel's Gaza concentration camp.

Trooper Thompson said...

QM (and Fausty also!)

I agree, and regret how deeply enmeshed we already are, and have been for the best part of a century.

The problem is there's a lot of crazy people in the world and some of them are in very powerful positions, and I reckon some of these are thinking a big war is just what they need.

When this latest Gaza business happened I initially hoped that it would weaken the elements within Israel who have been pushing for an attack on Iran, which would be disastrous, but now it seems to be heating up in all the wrong ways.

Still, I am happy that veil of secrecy around Bilderberg has finally been torn down, and the meeting has become a liability to the globalist agenda.

Anonymous said...

I will be very upset if we (the US) bomb Iran. But I am honestly a bit surprised it hasn't happened already.

Trooper Thompson said...

The Europeans have been against it in the past, and this has stopped the crazy Cheney-types.