At this year’s meeting in Chantilly, Virginia, the attendee list included four Editor-in-Chiefs of major publications, including Zanny Minton Beddoes of The Economist, a magazine which routinely cheerleads the globalist agenda.
Now, in Feb. 2016 during the presidential election, The Economist published an article demanding that Trump be stopped from winning the White House.
“The things Mr. Trump has said in this campaign make him unworthy of leading one of the world’s great political parties, let alone America,” stated the magazine, which accused Trump of “inciting hatred and violence” despite the fact the Bilderberg Group was linked to major wars. “He is so unpredictable that the thought of him anywhere near high office is terrifying. He must be stopped.”
The Economist opposes Trump because he’s against the globalist power structure that Bilderberg represents.
“The cosmopolitan elite—international financiers, bureaucrats, charity bosses and thinkers—constantly meet and talk,” the magazine admitted in 2011. “They flock to elite gatherings such as the World Economic Forum at Davos, the Trilateral Commission and the Boao meeting in China. They form clubs.”
Of course, they’re not flocking together merely to swap martini recipes.
“[The globalist era] involves the gradual appearance of a more controlled and directed society,” revealed investigative journalist Patrick Wood. “Such a society would be dominated by an elite whose claim to political power would rest on allegedly scientific know-how.”
That last statement right there explains exactly why the tech elite are invited to Bilderberg year after year. All it takes is a little detective skills to understand their modus operandi.
But for Bilderberg to create an “controlled society” from the top-down, the world’s nation-states must effectively cease to exist.
“…The nation-state as a fundamental unit of man’s organized life has ceased to be the principal creative force: International banks and multinational corporations are acting and planning in terms that are far in advance of the political concepts of the nation-state,” wrote the late Zbigniew Brzezinski.
Now you see why international bankers and corporate titans also attend Bilderberg. Their idea of “technocratic” government is simply neo-feudalism in which a cabal of corporations, banks and tech firms control the world’s population through an unseen, unelected government.
And that’s why they hate nationalism, as evidenced in leaked notes from the 1966 Bilderberg meeting.
“Nationalism is dangerous,” read one of the notes.
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