Bilderberg power masters meet in the US ... Every time a Bilderberg Meeting takes place, important things happen. The last time they met in the US was an election year, 2008 – and the world got Obama. This year they're back in the US: will they decide who the next president will be? When in 2008 they gathered from June 5 to 8 in Chantilly, Virginia – just a stone's throw from the Washington DC – Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton were neck-in-neck in the battle for the Democratic Party's presidential candidacy. – RT via Drudge
Dominant Social Theme: They don't exist.
Free-Market Analysis: The Drudge Report, which can reach tens of millions of viewers, has posted an article from RT about the mysterious and secretive Bilderberger group (see above).
Ten years ago, knowledge of the Bilderbergers was restricted to a tiny group of "conspiracy theorists." Today, thanks to what we call the Internet Reformation, a search of queries for "Bilderberg" reveals 10 million Google queries.
Bear in mind the Bilderberg meetings are not advertised and those who attend them do not seek publicity. Here's some more from the RT article written by famous Argentine commentator Adrian Salbuchi:
On June 5 of that year, Barack and Hillary mysteriously "disappeared" for some hours "somewhere in the DC area." Their agendas blocked out, they clearly sneaked off to "Meet the Bilderbergers."
The media kept mum about that, save for an Associated Press report on the campaign trail saying that, "reporters traveling with Obama sensed something might be happening between the pair (i.e. Obama and Hillary) when they arrived at Dulles International Airport after an event in Northern Virginia and Obama was not aboard the airplane.
Asked at the time about the Illinois Senator's whereabouts, Obama spokesman Robert Gibbs smiled and declined to comment." (The AP dispatch "Obama and Clinton meet, discuss uniting Democrats" is, strangely, "no longer available" on their website). Be that as it may, two days later, Hillary withdrew from the race and Obama became the presidential candidate. Did Bilderberg make Hillary "an offer she couldn't refuse" to clear the way for Obama to the White House? Did they promise her that she would become his Secretary of State?
We can see telltale manifestations in this article about how Bilderberg has been treated in the mainstream press. Attendees are rarely mentioned and the meeting itself was never referred to until the alternative 'Net media began to cover it.
Now the meetings are mentioned in the mainstream press – though still rarely – and this one, upcoming, has received attention in the US because it is taking place at the Westfield Marriott Hotel in Virginia from May 30 to June 3.
The RT article boldly speculates that the meeting is taking place in the US because of US presidential elections. So the question RT asks is: "Will 'key presidential candidacy decisions' be made again this year?"
A favorite Bilderberg method consists of inviting wannabe future heads of state to their meetings to determine whether they will go along with their agenda. We thus saw George H. W. Bush attend their 1985 meeting, Bill Clinton attend their 1991 meeting, Tony Blair in 1993, and Romano Prodi, former head of the EU Commission, in 1999.
While this is a speculative statement, the lack of clarity surrounding this most powerful confab gives rise justifiably to this sort of speculation. According to the official website www.bilderbergmeetings.com, the meetings are part of the activities of a "by-invitation-only" club of around 140 very high-power people from business, finance, oil, politics, media, industry, academia and nobility."
The idea is that such people can best express themselves and benefit from others' viewpoints in "a small, flexible, informal and off-the-record international forum."
As RT points out, Bilderberg is only one of a number of facilities that pursue what RT calls a "globalist agenda."
Here at the Daily Bell, we haven't been shy about analyzing the way the globalist promotion works, via dominant social themes – fear-based promotions that frighten people into agreeing with globalist solutions.
The Daily Bell and other alternative media often are branded as "conspiracy theorists" for pointing out the obvious – that there is a power elite funded by the central banks it controls and that it seeks constant amalgamations for purposes of internationalism.
RT concludes, "Clearly, they [the globalists] run countries around the world, not voting citizens..."
Articles like this one, reaching millions over time via the Internet, certainly show us that the era of building global governance by stealth is over. The question now becomes whether the globalists have a critical mass of momentum and acceptance.
Conclusion: In the future, they will have to pursue internationalism publicly. This will be a critical issue in the 21st century.