Skip to comments.Bilderberg 2012: bring on the Bilderbabes
Posted on 06/02/2012 5:35:23 AM PDT by Cplus
"Then there's the intelligence world. We welcome back the head of the NSA, General Keith Alexander who also happens to be chief of the military's Central Security Service. And we note with interest the presence of Thomas Donilon, the National Security Advisor at the White House whose esteemed predecessor in that role is standing next to him at the buffet; Henry Kissinger.
There's a reason Bilderberg feels so comfortable in Chantilly, Virginia 15 minutes up the road from CIA headquarters. It's because the US intelligence community is its spiritual home."
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The Beast is alive. After a fashion.
Their fear is justified. They are a secret society. If they really do good, let them announce it to the world.
They are minutes from an agency, but it is not the CIA. Whoever wrote this doesn’t know the DC suburbs or can drive much faster than I can race my motorcycle.
A motorcade that doesn’t have to stop could make it from the CIA to Rt. 7(Chantilly,Va) in 15 minutes on Georgetown Pike...Just saying it’s possible.
I wonder what language they conduct business in.
My view, others may disagree.
Corporatism (ca:2012) and conservatism are diametrically opposed. Conservatism at its core is about personal accountability of the individual, small government, fiscal responsibility, self reliance as an individual, family and as a nation and loyalty to country.
Those of great wealth and influence are generally corporatists. They support globalism, big government that puts them on the dole, open borders, labor as a fungible world wide commodity, no privacy for most while total privacy for their own, no country loyalty, sovereign nations are more than an annoyance, and I suspect most would prefer that average people be disarmed.
It should be concerning that meetings that inevitably will affect policy and all of us in a democracy are permitted to be controlled and secret.
Hard to disagree.
Over the past 40 years, successful corporations with a truly national identity have become an endangered species. And all the successful new ones that I can think of are committed globalists.
They are the diametrical opposite of all the values on the Free Republic masthead.
This helps to account for the mess the world is in.
But one of life’s rare certainties is that as the world conditions worsen dramatically, the globalists will insist that the solution is even more of the same.
The USA was hijacked by the deal makers who get to profit enormously as a club for providing nothing of value, while those that made real stuff and provided jobs for a middle class society were made obsolete and sent packing to China. More financiers, bankers, traders and deal makers are not the solution; they are the problem. This carbon trading is a means for the financiers to strip productive wealth from the many. Let’s send the financiers packing to China and bring back manufacturing to the USA.