Preliminary 2007 Bilderberg Results

The following from reporter Daniel Estulin of has a preliminary report from sources inside the annual Bilderberg Conference held in Istanbul, Turkey this year:

Thanks to our inside sources at the conference, we have compiled what we believe to be an accurate and a credible model of Bilderberger 2007 conclusions. We are working against the clock to bring this information into the open. Our Robert Zoellick report from Friday has now been confirmed by the Financial Times when this well respected periodical announced on the front page of June 2, 2007 edition that “Robert Zoellick is the World Bank’s new chief.” We, of course, already knew that. The issues we are working on deal with European Bilderbergers anger at Bush´s shift on climate issue, the upcoming G8 meeting in Heiligendamm, Germany where Merkel and her European Bilderberg allies will position themselves as true leaders of the environment. European Bilderbergers were fairly unhappy that a pre-G8 Bilderberg could not resolve and reconcile contradictory views on the issue. As one German attendee stated, “This requires feats of diplomatic acrobatics, something unfortunately greatly lacking in the current U.S. administration.”

The Bilderbergers are very upset with the neocon’s ineptness in diplomacy and international goals. Obviously the purely Zionist agenda has the European branch of the Bilderbergs mad as a nest of wet hornets. To read the rest of the column here.

3 responses

  1. An updated result will be posted later as Daniel, or another reporter gets them.

  2. Uber Highwayman | Reply

    Apparently, unless it’s another smokescreen, there is more dissension in the elitist ranks than I thought. I find it amusing.

    I also find the last comment in that article interesting, in that they are looking toward a more “humane” solution toward global warming. Apparently, the current regimen for dealing with environmental issues and the “useless eater” dilemma isn’t working for them — probably cutting into the profit margins of some of the industrialist giants.

    Those smokestacks are important… everything needs a tailpipe! (Lt. Uhura “The Undiscovered Country”)

  3. My guess is that the Chinese with their recent deals with Africa don’t take kindly to potential consumers and clients being constant subjects for genocide, tends to cut into the bottom line and the Chinese seem to be dedicated mercantilists.

    I think the rift in the ranks is real, the Zionist bankers backing Bu$h/Cheney and Israel have really pissed the Euros and Russians (Bilderbergs)off, since they had extensive business deals with Iraq before the war and now the same Zionists are agitating for the same treatment for Iran, further threatening established business deals and profits.

    As I stated down-thread, there’s blood in the water and it might not turn out good for the rest of us.

    This also could be part of the plan to crash America’s economy in order to establish the Amero and the North American Union.

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