Thursday, June 21, 2007

Bilderberg 2007 - Early Reports

The Bilderbergers have met again and we now have at least preliminary reports of what is to be expected for the next year in New World Order happenings. You can read Jim Tucker's report and Daniel Eustelin's. In addition, here is the participant list.

Major key points to note:

The EU Constitution is resurrected -

Peter Sutherland, chairman of British Petroleum and Goldman Sachs International, among others, said it was a mistake for the Netherlands and France to kill the EU constitution by putting it to a popular vote so the public could reject it. “You knew there was a rise in nationalism; you should have let your parliaments ratify the treaty, and it should be done with,” Sutherland fumed. His views were applauded with no apparent dissent.
“Tell your people you fixed the treaty to meet their complaints, and let your parliaments ratify without a popular vote,” he said.

The American Union moves forward -
“We must help the enlightened media, as opposed to small journals obsessed with national sovereignty, understand that it is the patriotic duty of the people to support the North American zone [U.S. Mexico and Canada] because it will bring prosperity to the poor and put food in the mouths of hungry babies,” Henry Kissinger said. “Then it can expand, as NAFTA was intended, to all the Western Hemisphere and evolve into the ‘American Union.’ ”
Bush moves to support the Law of the Sea Treaty (LOST) -

A treaty which would hand over virtually the entire ocean's resources to the United Nations.
Bilderberg participants said “pressure has been applied,” and Bush is expected to announce support of the LOST “soon.” Bush’s national security adviser, Stephen Hadley, has asked the chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Joe Biden (D-Del.), to secure ratification “soon.”
Gasoline prices moving towards $6 a gallon -

A United Nations gasoline tax pushing us towards "sustainable growth"
...demands by Bilderberg is for the United State to increase gasoline taxes so the price will rise “significantly” to more than $6 a gallon. The argument is that this will reduce driving and thus emissions. They argued, with little or no dissent from Americans, that Europeans already pay that much or more.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports on the Heritage Foundation report -
“A review of S. 1419, including the just-completed section on tax changes, reveals that the bill could increase the price of regular unleaded gasoline from $3.14 per gallon (the early May national average) to $6.40 in 2016 — a 104 percent increase,”
Iran - Key air strikes
Any U.S. military action must be limited to strategic airstrikes and no attacks by land, or “boots on the ground,” several Europeans said. But Americans must remain in Iraq, Kissinger said.

Edited for appearance and labels on 5/4/2010.