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There are presently about 2,000 articles, essays, posts and reports that pertain to the Bilderberg Group on wordpress.com.

Reading just a few of these will help you to get a picture of the magnitude of the criminal nature of this international crime cabal disguised as a world leadership club. Secret meetings are SECRET for a reason! They do not want the world’s population to know what they are have done, what they do every year, and what they are planning to do in 2012. Learn, pray, write, educate, teach your neighbors, and do not remain silent. Silence is uneducated consent. Speak out, while we still can.

Here are just some of their names and faces:

The Council on Foreign Relations, hand maiden to the Bilderberg Group, was founded in 1917 by JP Morgan:

Bilderberg Group’s World Depopulation Plan Exposed by World Net Daily

Learn More & see more video regarding the 2009 Bilderberg Meeting in Greece

Confront this, people everywhere, in your own countries. The Bilderberg Group: these are the people who are continuing the covert plot hatched in 1917 to secretly rule the world without your permission, your vote, your knowledge or consent. This is REAL and it began in 1917 with the secret takeover of the top 25 USA newspapers by agents of JP Morgan. If you do not know who the Bilderberg Group is, or have never heard of any of this, here is a full list of articles, essays and original posts on Alligator Farm that mention, describe and discuss the Bilderberg Group. Please read these, re-distribute and re-post them so that others can learn also. Hurry, for we have little time left. The Bilderberg  agenda calls for drastic population reduction on a world scale by 2012. That is an equation for world war. They cannot wage war if soldiers around the world lay down their arms and refuse to fight. Send this information far and wide.

CK Hunter

2009 Bilderberg Group Members List:

Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands
Queen Sofía of Spain
Prins Filip Belgian Prince
Étienne Davignon, Belgium
Josef Ackermann, Germany
Keith B. Alexander, Director of the NSA, USA
Roger Altman, USA
Takis Arapoglou, National Bank of Greece, Greece
Ali Babacan, Turkey
Balsemão, Francisco Pinto, Portugal
Nicolas Baverez, France
Franco Bernabè, Italy
Xavier Bertrand. France
Bildt, Carl, Sweden
Jan Björklund, Minister for Education, Sweden
Christoph Blocher, Switzerland
Alexandre Bompard, France, (europe 1 ( french radio ))
Ana Botín (President of Santander Bank Group Emilio Botín´s daughter), Spain.
Henri de Castries, AXA, France
Juan Luis Cebrián, (PRISA Group of Media, CEO), Spain.
W. Edmund Clark, TD Bank Financial Group, Canada
Kenneth Clark, ΤD Βank Financial Group, Great Britain
Luc Coene, National Bank of Belgium, Belgium
Richard Dearlove, ex head MI6, Great Britain
Mario Draghi, Βanca d΄Ιtalia, Italy
Eldrup, Anders, Denmark
Elkann, John, Fiat SPA, Italy
Enders Thomas, CEO Airbus, Germany
José (Manuel) Entrecanales (Acciona Group, Construction and infrastructures), Spain.
Isidro Fainé Casas (President of Caixa “Bank” and SEAT Adviser), Spain.
Niall Ferguson, Harvard Business School, USA
Timothy Geithner, USA, Secretary of the Treasury]
Dermot Gleeson, Ireland
Donald E. Graham Washington Ρost Company
Halberstadt, Victor, Professor of Economics, Leiden University, Netherlands
Ernst Hirsch Ballin, Netherlands
Richard Holbrooke, USA
Jaap de Hoop Scheffer, NATO Secretary General, Netherlands
James L. Jones, National Security Advisor, USA
Vernon Jordan, USA
Robert Kagan, USA
Jyrki Katainen, Minister of Finance, Finland
John Kerr, Baron Kerr of Kinlochard, Great Britain
Mustafa Koç, Turkey
Roland Koch, Germany
Sami Cohen, Journalist, Turkey
Henry Kravis, USA
Marie-Josée Kravis, USA
Neelie Kroes, European Commissioner for Competition. Netherlands
Odysseas Kyriakopoulos, S&B Group, Greece
Manuela Ferreira Leite, Portugal
Bernardino León, Spain
Jessica Mathews, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, USA
Philippe Maystadt, European Investment Bank, Belgium
Frank McKenna, ΤD Βank Financial Group, Canada
John Micklethwait, The Economist, Great Britain
Thierry de Montbrial, Institut français des relations internationales (IFRI), France
Mario Monti, Bocconi University, Milan, Italy
Miguel Ángel Moratinos, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Spain
Craig Mundie, Microsoft, USA
Egil Myklebust, SAS Group, Norway
Matthias Nass, Die Zeit, Germany
Denis Oliven, Le Νouvel Οbservateur, France
Frederic Oudea, Societe Generale, France
Cem Özdemir, Alliance ’90/The Greens, Germany
Tommaso Padoa-Schioppa, Italy
Papalexopoulos, Dimitris, CEO, Titan Cement Co. S.A., Greece
Richard Perle, Αmerican Εnterprise Ιnstitute, USA
David Petraeus, Commander, U.S. Central Command, USA
Manuel Pinho, Minister of Economy and Innovation, Portugal
Robert Prichard, Τorstar Corporation, Canada
Romano Prodi, ex Prime Minister, Italy
Heather Reisman, Ιndigo Βooks & Μusic Ιnc., Canada
Eivind Reiten, Norway (Chairman BD Norske Skog, former CEO Norsk Hydro)
Michael Ringier, Czech Republic
David Rockefeller, USA
Dennis Ross, USA]
Barnett Rubin, USA
Alberto Ruiz-Gallardón ?, Mayor of Madrid, Spain
Suzan Sabancı Dinçer, Turkey
Indira Samarasekera, President of the University of Alberta, Canada
Rudolf Scholten, Social Democratic Party, Austria
Jürgen Steb, Germany
Pedro Solbes, Spain
Sampatzi Saraz, Turkey (banker)
Sanata Seketa, Canada (University of Canada)
Lawrence Summers, USA
Peter Sutherland, Ireland
Martin Taylor, Barclays Bank, Great Britain
Peter Thiel, USA
Agan Ourgkout, Turkey
Matti Vanhanen, Prime Minister, Finland
Daniel Vasella, Novartis AG, Switzerland
Jeroen van der Veer, CEO Royal Dutch Shell, Netherlands
Guy Verhofstadt, ex Prime Minister, Belgium
Paul Volcker, USA
Jacob Wallenberg, Sweden
Marcus Wallenberg, Sweden
Nout Wellink, the Netherlands
Vissers Hans, Netherlands
Martin Wolf, Financial Τimes, Great Britain
James Wolfensohn, USA
Paul Wolfowitz, USA
Fareed Zakaria, USA – Newsweek
Robert Zoellick, World Bank, USA
Dora Bakoyannis, Minister for Foreign Affairs, Greece
Anna Diamantopoulou, Greece
Yannis Papathanasiou, Minister for Economy and Finance, Greece
Georgios Alogoskoufis, Greece,
George David, Coca-Cola 3E, Greece

http://www.wacholland.org/nl/nieuws/b…

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4 Responses to “End Crime Cabals”

  1. Robert Marshall 05/24/2011 at 8:54 pm #

    I believe it is easier to go along with everything that is put out by the CIA and Whitehouse run news media that to question our governments policies. That seems to be the view ofso many Americans. You can be a n American and say you love America yet agree with all your governments decisions. Does you make you patroitc. Not in my book! A true patroit will research for him or herself instead of being brainwashed by The Whitehouse and news media. How many time and on how many networks did you hear WMDs’,Yellow cake uranium? Still knowing the truth America agreed to war against Iraq. Result so far over 5,000 dead US troops and well over 1,500,000 Iraqi men, women and children. This does include deaths by diseses. I think you will agree! Dead is dead! 47% of the children became orphans and because depleated uranium was used in the bombs at last count i could find over 500, babies were and still are being born deformed. Our troops are also suffering from these effects. We suffered in the Vietnam War due to agent orange . In Vietnam civilian casulaties were 50%. In Iraq 90%. In the Iraq-Iran War the US gave Saddam nerve gas to use against the Iranian troops. Very effective thousands of Iranian troops died in the first few miutes. i am tired of all the lies. Vietnam, Iraq and Kuwait. Learn the truth before you critize someone who just may be right. In my research i have found some amazing facts. Thing i had no idea had happened. Like USS Liberty incident, The Iranian Flight 655, Operation Northwoods and Operation Mongoose. Trust me when i say not all terrorist are in the Middle East.

    • CK Hunter 08/28/2011 at 6:42 pm #

      Robert, if you personally decide to “go along with” everything your government is doing, then sooner or later they will tell you that you have to have a human embed RFID microchip placed under your skin. Are you going to march to the Beast’s tune and accept that chip? Or will you fight for your human dignity and freedom and choose NOT to live like a piece of consumer inventory? I wonder.

      Chase

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