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Apr 30

Occupy Bilderberg 2012

By J.G. Vibes
Activist Post

Well, it looks like the most cunning and deceptive people on the planet may not be so bright after all.  The infamous and elusive Bilderberg club has decided to bring their annual meeting back to the United States after setting last year’s event at a hotel buried deep in the mountains of Switzerland.  This year, May 31st through June 3rd they are returning to Chantilly, Virginia where they had their conference back in 2008.   Even then a record number of people traveled from all over the world to protest this secretive meeting of aristocrats.  Even members of the EU parliament were there to protest the meeting, one of which was actually assaulted by security.  Now with the conference back in the states and occupy wall street charging up for springtime action the elite have given those of us that are paying attention a grand opportunity to show the world who is really calling the shots.

The oil cartels, banking interests, heads of state and even a majority of the major corporations who are on board with CISPA will be represented at this meeting.  If there was ever a chance to point out every head on the hydra in one protest, this is it.  It doesn’t matter if you think that wall street is to blame for our current crisis, or if you think that the government is to blame, either way this organization is in control of both of those institutions so this should be a mission that we can all agree on.

Better yet, this mission is a guaranteed win for the people, because no demands are necessary and no political goals are relevant to this situation.  Our only mission is to expose this group to the world and show people the reality of what is taking place around them, so then we can move forward with workable solutions where no middle man is needed.  If we show up peacefully in very large numbers we can turn the political dialogue in this country away from the meaningless politicians and towards the true puppet masters.

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