By J.G. Vibes
May 7, 2012
In recent weeks i have been spending a lot of time covering the Bilderberg conference and stating how turning our attention to this group could help to unify the diverse activist movements that exist throughout the country and throughout the world.
The worlds wealth disparity may have taken center stage in the mainstream media this past year, but the conversation has remained extremely vague and is typically set in the nebulous context of “the rich and the poor”.
This way of framing the issue only works to further divide the public and divert attention away from the existence of our self-appointed masters. If these people would stop trying to play god with the human race and the entire planet then there would be no such thing as the rich and the poor.
The whole concept of “the rich and the poor” is just another method of division that has been used to break up serf and slave populations into feuding sects throughout history.
Luckily for us, we know who the masters actually are, they have been meeting in public for years and they have been openly talking about their transgressions against the working class for some time as well .
They have many different think tanks and policy institutes that they belong to, but the most exclusive and powerful of these organizations is the Bilderberg group which is planning its annual meeting at the end of this month in Chantilly, Virginia. . . . Read Complete report