| Steve Watson & Paul Watson |
Friday, June 1, 2007
Alex Jones was joined on air today by several reporters, including veteran Jim Tucker, reporting exclusively from the Bilderberg conference in Istanbul, Turkey where the shadowy and private meeting of elites from throughout the Western world is now underway.
Yesterday Tucker exclusively revealed that the meeting is to be held at the Ritz Carlton in Istanbul after the group tried to throw the local media off the scent and lie in claiming the elite confab was to take place 40 miles away in the city of Silivri.
It seems that Bilderberg has also been using the Turkish media, in particular the Turkish Daily News as a propaganda mouthpiece, having it pen an article today entitled 'Why are we scared of Bilderberg?'
Tucker became convinced the Carlton was the real site when security surrounding the area became intense yesterday.
Tucker described a heavy police presence surrounding the Ritz Carlton and confirmed that he had been followed by secret police and was under close surveillance. The police have put up large metal barriers around the hotel making sure no one gets close, as can be seen in the picture above.
According to Romanian journalist Paul Dorneanu, who is covering the meeting and also briefly joined Alex Jones on air today there are upwards of 100 protesters in the vicinity of the Ritz Carlton.
Early reports suggest that activities are already underway with long time Bilderberger Henry Kissinger having already called for a new international cooperation in order to end the civil war in Iraq.
Kissinger revealed why Istanbul has been chosen this year stating “Turkey is in a position to make an important contribution for shaping what I mentioned above,” saying that Turkey's being part of the European system has an extremely strategic importance.
Jim Tucker suggested that Bilderberg is keen to portray Turkey as desperate to be allowed entry the to EU despite the fact that many Turks are strongly opposed to it because they see it as a surrendering of sovereignty.
Also joining Jones on air was Daniel Estulin who has been covering the Bilderberg group for 15 years.
Estulin pointed to the fact that a Bilderberg attendee, Robert Zoellick is the US candidate to take over at the World Bank. Estulin revealed that his sources have told him that yesterday Zoellick pledged to Bilderberg that he will restore confidence in the World Bank and that differences need to be put aside in order that the global body can be strengthened.
According to Estulin's sources however, European Bilderbergers are not at all happy with continuing the status Quo of having the US nominated candidate become the world bank President. Estulin says that one Belgian Bilderberger proposed a merit based selection process without regard to nationality, fearing that if the world bank goes with Zoellick it could be accused of double standards because he is best remembered for arm twisting poor nations to adhere to US imposed intellectual property laws that make medicines and drugs unaffordable to the developing world.
This reveals exactly why Zoellick has been nominated to head up the world bank, he has a great track record during his time as a trade representative and NAFTA architect of securing globalist dominance over the third world. Zoellick is, as we revealed here yesterday, a globalist all rounder with strong corporate ties to boot. As it preaches accountability and transparency to developing nations, some elites at the Bilderberg meeting clearly fear Zoellick's appointment would be compromising.
Estulin went on to describe in depth the damage that the world bank and its sister globalist outfit the IMF have done to humanity through their "Structural adjustment programs" which are nothing more than huge loans handed out to third world nations in order to reap the profits from the resulting debt trap.
Returning to the media coverage of Bilderberg, the Dallas Morning News yesterday reported Texas Governor Rick Perry's attendance at this year's Bilderberg meeting which has since been confirmed by the Governor's Press Office as he left Austin for Istanbul and also picked up by the AP.
Perry has been intimately involved in aiding international firms represented by Bilderberg personnel to take control over land, roads and newly privatized utilities in Texas.
Jim Tucker believes that Bilderberg are considering him as a potential future President because he is not a regular attendee. If he is invited back next year this may be an indication that he is in the running for future leadership, according to Tucker.
Appearing on the Alex jones show yesterday, presidential candidate Ron Paul confirmed that Perry's trip could be in violation of the Logan Act which prevents U.S. citizens from unauthorized negotiations with foreign entities. Paul also added that the trip indicates Perry is in league with the movement to establish a global government.Listen to today's Bilderberg exclusive here.