Bilderberg See People With Income As “A Threat” To Their Agenda
Organizer: “It as very scary” to be bullhorned by Alex Jones, elitists paranoid about growing opposition
Paul Joseph Watson
Friday, June 4, 2010
An astounding exchange between Bilderberg conference organizers overheard by a London Guardian journalist reveals that the elitists currently gathering at the Hotel Dolce Sitges in Spain see people with income as “a threat” to their agenda, highlighting the fact that the globalists are intent on eviscerating the middle class and lowering living standards.
The details of the conversation were revealed in Charlie Skelton’s latest Bilderberg blog for the Guardian website. Skelton was the last journalist to leave the Hotel Dolce Sitges.
Increasing awareness, media coverage, and protests directed against the Bilderberg Group has the secretive organization running scared about the global awakening to the new world order agenda that is now unfolding at an accelerated pace.
During a Council on Foreign Relations meeting in Montreal last month, prominent Bilderberg member Zbigniew Brzezinski lectured fellow elitists about how the perils of a “global political awakening” were threatening to derail the move towards a one world government.
“For the first time in all of human history mankind is politically awakened – that’s a total new reality – it has not been so for most of human history,” said Brzezinski, adding that people had become “consciously aware of global inequities, inequalities, lack of respect, exploitation.”
Similar sentiments were echoed by Bilderberg meeting organizers in Spain this week, according to London Guardian writer Charlie Skelton, who in his latest article details a fascinating exchange between Bilderbergers, who are apparently still upset about how they were vociferously bullhorned by Alex Jones at the 2006 meeting in Ottawa Canada.
“They were very close to the hotel,” said one. Another looked shocked and asked: “Did they ever try to attack?” A shake of the head and the answer: “No, but it was very scary.” A third leaned in: “This is the negative side of the welfare state. People have enough income, so they can do this – it’s like a permanent threat.”
From this brief snippet of conversation we can deduce two very important things.