Bilderberg hijacks Britain’s $60bn defense budget

It’s getting close to Bilderberg time again folks. More leaks, speculation and … OK sometimes whacky conspiracy theories about what the global shadow government have been and will be getting up to.

We reported last year how someone had carelessly left behind in a conference room at The Grove country house hotel and conference centre in Watford details of how the Bilderbergers planned to rig financial markets in order to steal our money.

Has anyone noticed how weird the markets are these days, particularly stocks and shares. Each morning the FT, Dow Jones, Dax and others open sharply higher than the previous evenings close.

This prompts a “me too” panic among traders who pile in sending prices even higher. Later in the day the big players start dumping stock and the smaller investors panic and follow suit, enabling the big boys to use their operators in the far eastern markets who trade overnight while our lads sleep, to buy cheaply and repeat the exercise ready for traders in the west to ramp up their opening prices.

Technically it is known as High Frequency Trading, the trades are made by computer which is why the banks can pull the same scam again and again (Artificial Intelligence my arse, comoputers are really very stupid) colloquially it is pump and dump which better describes the dodginess of it.

Well the plans to use the technique in a global scam rather than locally was detained in the Bilderberg link I provided.

Not content with rigging markets and stealing our pensions and saving however, it seems the Bilderbergers are now setting their sights on controlling the war machines of major military powers.

From Russia Today
Democracy had another near-fatal stroke, and the military industrial complex further tightened UK defense spending with the appointment of ex-army officer and Tory hothead Rory Stewart MP as the new chairman of Westminster’s Defence Select Committee.

Last week the Home Affairs Select Committee delivered a damning verdict on Britain’s defense and secret service oversight, on taxpayer accountability. It said the refusal of the director general of MI5, Andrew Parker, to appear before them and lack of any effective supervision was “undermining the credibility of the intelligence agencies and parliament itself.”

Surely nothing could surpass the ‘Dodgy Dossier’, the criminal conspiracy that led to the US and Britain, as the Arab League put it in 2003, to ‘Opening the Gates of Hell in Iraq’? But with Stuart’s appointment to oversee public scrutiny of UK military spending just two weeks before NATO’s political cabal of which he’s a member, the Bilderberg conference, meets in Copenhagen later this month, it is clear to those who still have eyes to see that those bloody lessons have not been learned and the worse could be yet to come.
The most powerful private club in the world

In their Christmas 1987 edition, The Economist described Bilderberg as ‘Ne Plus Ultra’ the most powerful private club in the world. Its power has certainly not diminished as the decades have rolled by and neither has its secrecy. Although it began with trades unionists and powerful people it wanted to persuade, in its final days Bilderberg has boiled down to a rotten core of bankers, royalty, arms industry, oil and media barons and Rory Stuart MP, in the tradition of Kissinger, Blair, Cameron, Osborne and Balls, has thrown his lot in with them.

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