Skip to comments.Run Silent, Run Deep? Perry & the Bilderbergs
Posted on 07/31/2011 1:43:45 PM PDT by Veristhorne
Heard a rumor that Gov. Perry had attended the 2007 Bilderberg meeting in Istanbul and just did a search...
What was he searching for?
I was there. He wasn’t there. He sent David Medina.
I know that I cannot be the only one that when the bilderburgers or trilats are mention....does anyone else start deducting I.Q. points from the crazy person or is that just me?
Well that’s a relief. Because if he HAD been there, you know some folks would start screaming, “He was in Istanbul! At a Bilderberg meeting! He’s clearly part of the NWO, and he probably secretly converted to Islam, and prayed five times a day in the Suleiman Mosque, and I know he’s responsible for those black helicopters hovering over my house and the radio signals I’m getting from my dental fillings!”
Someday, I’m thinking of writing a book of the paranoid screeds I see all over the internet political sites from across the political spectrum. It’d be a bestseller, I’m sure. :-)
Care to explain why?
I just wonder if they’re Lyndon Larouche followers.
Where have you been lately? You haven’t posted in a while.
Oh did Perry find anything in his search?
Sorry to say, Rick Perry is only talkin all this tough Texas talk to give off a conservative cowboy-ish persona.
IMO, Perry is not what he appears. He is a shrewd political animal, an elitist and supports globalism rather than nationalism.
Perry did attend the highly protected, super secret Bilderburg conference back in 2007.
Lotsa folks look at the conspiracy end of this as nothing more than poppycock.
I personally am offended that an American elected official would attend this gathering with hundreds of other powerful elites from all over the world.....and remain silent as to the minutes and agenda.
If benign as they claim to be, why the overwhelming official security rather than private. Why the secrecy and frankly the raw elitism shown toward any sort of inquiry?
Something stinks in Denmark, “Turkey” I mean.
Against orders, he’s gone into the Bungo Straits.
Perry will thicken up his accent, clear some brush and invoke Jesus in a few speeches. Done. American Patriot.
and you found something worth posting about?
You probably think Lee Harvey Oswald killed JFK by himself...
You’re joking, right? This is your idea of news?
You'd need a link to a site with video of him praising Gaia or something to get anywhere.
Yes, there is such a group and no they probably don't run the world. Sure, who knows what kind of crap they do in private. Half of them don't agree with the other half's world view and I think that ends any idea of them being a cohesive consiracy.
Do a search for Rick Perry 2012 and you find out that you’re exactly right.
Well,...truth be told, yeah. Then a tinfoil hat comes to mind.
Perry is a gummie bear politician with no set ideology, he can be pushed around by conservatives, Merck and others. I think we agree on that?
On that subject, I’m open to alternative possibilities. It’s possible Oswald acted alone.....he was kind of a nut, let’s face it.
On the other hand, reasonable motives have been theorized for other people/organizations to have wanted JFK out of the way.
Would I be surprised or shocked if that were discovered? Not at all. Nor would I would be surprised to find out that a few other prominent assassinations in the 1960s were the handiwork of small cliques of conspirators. Generally, in order for a conspiracy to achieve maximum efficacy, it must be kept relatively small.....a good example is the al-Qaeda conspiracy regarding the September 11th attacks. Or even the rather disturbed fellow in Norway: a conspiracy of one, as far as has been determined thus far. The Reichstag Fire event is the subject of possible conspiracy, as it’s never been conclusively proven that the Nazi’s were behind it (though I’d say logic dictates that they were responsible for it).
So, if there was a conspiracy to assassinate JFK, it was confined to a fairly small handful of people at the most, and done entirely with verbal orders. I don’t imagine someday someone’s going to find a note at CIA headquarters up in Langley saying, “.....and don’t forget to bring back some ribs on your way home from Dallas.”
No comment . . . except maybe to say . . .
it’s shocking the number of CHRISTIAN CONSERVATIVES
who have trouble seeing huge red barns on bright sunny days.
. . . Particularly with Marxist/globalist OThuga in the White House . . . not that long after his last meeting with said PTB.
They convict themselves with their own words, my friend.
From the trilateral commission website:
Monetary anarchy must not be allowed to undermine the confidence in prosperity built up over two decades, nor to produce a new period of restrictions and mutual hostility from entrenched national positions.
Accordingly, it is the view of the rapporteurs that governments should proceed with dispatch to renovate the international monetary system.
The longer range reforms should include:
1.Improvement of the balance of payments adjustment process, with provision for smaller and prompter changes in exchange rates;
2.Confirmation of the central role as primary reserves of an international fiduciary issue, renamed bancor, to satisfy world liquidity needs and gradually to supplant other forms of reserve assets;
3.Creation of a new facility, to be lodged in the IMF, for emergency short-term lending to counter speculation and other disruptive capital movements;
4.Consolidation of foreign exchange reserves, initially on an optional basis, into a new account at the IMF;
5.Establishment of new and effective consultative machinery, within the IMF, to oversee the functioning of the renovated international monetary system and to encourage the coordination and consistency of domestic economic policies.
The rapporteurs also believe that governments should take a number of interim steps to help restore order and stability to the international monetary system. They should:
1.Commit themselves to coordinated intervention in exchange markets if necessary to prevent erratic movements in exchange rates;
2.Enlarge and multilateralize short-term lending facilities to offset large speculative movements of funds;
3.Consolidate, on a basis that can later be taken over by the International Monetary Fund, the excessive official holdings of dollars and other foreign exchange;
4.Indicate their willingness both to support the Eurodollar market and to subject it to close surveillance;
5.Sell gold, on a cooperative and coordinated basis, into private markets, with gains to be transferred to international financial institutions for development assistance.
There always seems to be an unnaturally large number of deniers pop up on Bilderger threads ... seems odd to me.
Just sayin ...
AIN’T THE MSM CONSTRUCTION ON ‘REALITY’ GRAND.
Warms the cockles of every Marxist/globalist’s heart.
I would say that anybody who is concerned about the Bilderberg conferences aren’t stupid or crazy, just unknowledgeable.
All that goes on there is the chance for prominent people to speak their minds on the various issues the world and verious countries face without worrying about the press taking a quote or assuming that whichever leader is speaking, that he is representing his government.
It’s probably one of the last places you need to worry about secret plans by a cabal of individuals, for the simple reason that there are too many people from too many backgrounds to keep any sinister secrets.
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The fact that someone attended a conference sponsored by some group or organization is a piece of information. If he was invited to the Heritage Foundation to speak about Federalism, would that make someone dumb to report it? I wouldn't think so.
So he went to Bilderberger to speak about Federalism. Is that supposed to be a big secret? If a person happens to read about it, are they supposed to ignore it, and not mention it because someone would ridicule them?
Why are the Rule for Radicals immediately applied to someone who merely mentions Bilderberger? Is the topic so threatening that the mere mentions deserves to be heaped with ridicule?
Bilderberger exists, Perry attended the conference - is there something wrong with that? If not, why the ridicule?
Denials of their existance is proof of stupidity.
The newspaper was The Dallas Morning News, a commie rag of the nth degree that prints every piece of democrapic propaganda and calls it truth. The kooks and froots run the Dallas City Council while the wha wha pretentious Dallasite democrats live in the rich bedroom communities and let the kooks and froots have their way. There’s also a rumor that Sarah Palin went to a Bildeberger meeting. Did she go? Did Perry actually go? This is something the commies use to scare the plebes, who are frightened of the big and powerful getting together about whatever they get together about.
If the Bildebergs summoned me, I’d certainly go see what they wanted. Hopefully not for the grand sacrifice or whatever they call it. lol For your information, Rick Perry is not a scull and bones secret society Harvard man.
He’s a Texas A & M Agri/Businessman. Born and bred into a husbandry of the land family. And yes, what you see is what you get. And yes, he’s a powerful politician who has helped lead a lot of sane and reasonable Texans keep our state in good shape. That’s why we keep electing him instead of insane commies like Kay Bailey Hutchison or Bill White.
NO, he’s not an elitist, nor is he into the global economy except for free trade. Texas is one of the biggest exporting states in the country. He was NEVER for the NA Union, however...Despite all the talk about the Trans Texas Corridor. He saw the Trans Texas Corridor as a state money making vehicle with little to no investment or maintenance upkeep. Unfortunately it involved eminent domain and the fact that Texans didn’t like foreigners having management control of a major highway up the middle of our state. So we slapped him up side the head. He listened and he backed off.
Don’t shoot yourself in the foot while listening to democrapic propaganda. Before they’re thru, they’ll even try to have him executing an innocent man. Oh wait, they’ve already tried that and bombed out.
“I know that I cannot be the only one that when the bilderburgers or trilats are mention....does anyone else start deducting I.Q. points from the crazy person or is that just me?”
I.Q. points aren’t figured that way, Grunthor, and they aren’t ours to deduct.
Googling “Perry attends Bildaburger meeting” brings up the Austin tv news report of his appearance and his topic for a presentation given was STATE RIGHTS AND FEDERALISM.
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LOVE THAT!! Good grief, the flat earth crowd hurts us.
I simply cannot go along with the conspiracy theorists, most come off as nuttier than Wrong Paul.
Of course they exist but so what?
Well I couldn’t figure out what to call “sanity points.”
If I am not mistaken, it is illegal for any elected official of the U.S. to enter into or draft treaty with a foreign entity outside the guidelines of our constitutional republic. Am I wrong?
The lack of transparency is disturbing and unethical at the very least.
Rick Perry championed the Trans-Texas corridor and Mexican trucker pilot programs that directly benefited foreign governments over American interest.
RP’s push to confiscate thousands of acres of private ranch and farm land from Texans was nothing less than alarming.
Texans were takin back by Perry's vehement support of these programs even with overwhelming opposition from his fellow Texans.
Was any of this discussed during the Bilderburg conference? Who would know?
The conspiracy is this, Rick Perry, an elected servant of the people attends this super secret, super surveilled, super secure gathering with the worlds corporate elite and government policy makers and refused to pony up.
Something is wrong with this.
Like I said, I can't remember the name of the paper, just that it had Dallas in the title. I imagine someone from Texas will probably enlighten us.
“You'd need a link to a site with video of him praising Gaia or something to get anywhere.”
Why would I want a link like that? I have no axe to grind with anyone over Gov. Perry. I've always liked Texans.
“Yes, there is such a group and no they probably don't run the world. Sure, who knows what kind of crap they do in private. Half of them don't agree with the other half's world view and I think that ends any idea of them being a cohesive consiracy.”
Just a punch of rich and powerful guys and gals from the media, politics, and finance getting together in private to discuss whatever is on their minds. No different than what goes on in Washington DC every day.
Also, there are probably groups trying to bring a preferred order to the world.
But they aren’t going to draw attention to themselves with a name that is going to attract the curious minded.
Likely, they would be set up as numbered corporation that would draw no attention to themselves at all. And, for those willing to take the time to try and find them, good luck at looking at the millions of corporations that are also numbered and also drawing minimal attention to themselves.
You are mistaken on this point. The Trans-Texas corridor's name changed to calm the public outcry. It is still in the works as well as the Mexican trucker program. The first was just set back a bit on it's time table. Need proof, try looking at the I-69 corridor...the new name that is.
I am sure the dems and libs would love to jump on this bandwagon and I'm sure they have to some degree, but Rick Perry damaged his own reputation by stepping on Texas farmers and ranchers, not to mention moms and dad's through his whole gardisil mandate. He did it to himself.
Being an agri-buisnessman and husbandry of land family, you'd think he'd had know better. One might say his aspirations blinded him. I'd agree with this assertion.
Perry is indeed an elitist, he carries himself so in his dealings and lifestyle. By the way, I've not heard nor have I eluded to RP being a member of Skull and Bones.
Sorry, but the rest of the nation may fall for the MSM’s depiction of Perry, but many Texans know better.
“Googling Perry attends Bildaburger meeting brings up the Austin tv news report of his appearance and his topic for a presentation given was STATE RIGHTS AND FEDERALISM.”
Yes, I knew that already, but maybe someone else didn’t. See my post 31.
Wikipedia lists him as an attendee in 2007, the only US Governor. Sanford attended in 2008.
It wouldn’t really matter what his topic was, the Bilderberg conference is not the best place to lay out world domination plans.