Bilderberg 2015: mystery surrounds shadowy globalist summit.
A collection of globalists embedded throughout centers of power worldwide wrapped up their annual Bilderberg summit on June 14 in Telfs-Buchen, Austria. The confab has been receiving increased attention, relatively speaking, following decades of complete silence. This year was no exception. But what humanity's alleged public servants and self-appointed masters were discussing behind closed doors and armies of taxpayer-funded security officially remains a mystery. Essentially, though, your future and the future of your nation were on the agenda.
The "key topics" on the official agenda released to the public included the following: "artificial intelligence," cybersecurity, chemical weapons, "current economic issues," European "strategy," globalization, Greece, Iran, the Middle East, NATO, Russia, terrorism, the United Kingdom, the United States, and even "U.S. elections." In its 2015 "press release," the Bilderberg leadership noted that "around 140" participants from 22 countries were planning to attend.
As has generally been the case, reporters and even locals were treated with disdain, hostility, and suspicion by the tax-funded security operatives guarding the globalists inside. More than 2,000 police, paid for with public funds, were reportedly on hand to guard the paranoid globalists against a handful of protesters, reporters, and local residents at the resort. The security was so on edge that a "COBRA" officer reportedly accidently fired an assault rifle at a police helicopter flying overhead.
Activists from across the political spectrum have long argued that Americans at the confab are feloniously violating the Logan Act. That federal law specifically bars any U.S. citizen without formal government permission from working with foreign officials on matters of policy. And that, Bilderberg opponents say, means that Americans meeting with foreign officials at the secretive gathering should be investigated and eventually prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law if found to be in violation of it.
As governments around the world influenced by Bilderberg attendees continue to wage war on the privacy rights--and other liberties--of everyday citizens, perhaps the time has come for everyday citizens, acting through their governments, to strip the privacy rights of Bilderberg attendees and their summit.
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|Title Annotation:||Inside Track|
|Publication:||The New American|
|Date:||Jul 6, 2015|
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