Of cause there is no conspiracy; having an armed police lockdown of the area around a hotel where the richest/most-powerful people in the world meet for their yearly session of we-won't-tell-ya is perfectly normal. And this does not in any way indicate that their plan might not be in your best interest.
Yea sure, lets just have a look at this. Let us just get the terms straight here, with the help of Charlie Skelton who was one of the very few news-reporters that tried to to report form Bilderberg last year. He did not give in and is now in Sitges, Spain reporting form Bilderberg 2010; well trying too. Let me just quote him on the lockdown:"Lockdown" at Bilderberg means that security is snapped securely shut – it means an unbreachable, Pentagon-like security cordon is tightened around this seaside hotel.
It means that hundreds (and I mean hundreds) of police, in various states of riot readiness, position themselves at every junction, every roundabout, along every road, layby and dirt track within a mile of the building. And every 15 minutes or so, ruining everyone's poolside naps, police choppers circle in the perfect sky above.
The helicopters started yesterday. The day before, as we were checking in, a couple of tourists in microlights came buzzing over the hotel before buzzing off towards the beach. For about two seconds, I thought: "Brilliant! That's how we're going to get photos! From the air!" Then I thought: "CIA snipers! Not so brilliant!".
They sure would not have anything bad in mind while spending this amount of your tax money trying to make sure that you will not know what it is, would they? So what is it they so badly do not want you to know? There is a little hint in my earlier post For the people of Athens and Thessaloniki... in the quote of the Labour Minister of Greece during the riots in early May this year:We have only one aim, to save Greece, and we are not going to budge.
When he says Greece, what is he actually talking about? In Norway there is a saying that reads directly translated word for word "The State; That is us" where "us" refers to the people working and living in the country. I think it would be "We are The State" in grammatically correct English, but I'm not sure if it contains the same idea in native-English. The validity of the saying can probably be discussed without end, but my point is that it was certainly not the "State-of-Greece" in that context Andreas Loverdos refereed to as he was apparently going to save "The State" at the expense of the "us". I will claim that there is only one obvious conclusion, what he was talking about was the Political-/Economical-entity-Greece and its position in the system of global economics. The same system that Dominique Strauss-Kahn, Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund apparently has some ideas of how to save:Crisis is an opportunity. Many of you have spoken of the need to strengthen the system and increase its resilience to recurrent crises—and current events only add intensity to this sentiment. This crisis, and the still on-going aftershocks, is an opportunity to put in place reforms that will durably achieve this.
Yea thats a nice plan, if you are one of the Bilderbergers. As for the rest of us? Well if we look at Jamaica and Indonesia we should get a pretty good idea of where this plan is headed. With results like that one might think that one does not want a lender of last resort, nor any kind of economic globalization. If one at the same time considers the fact that there is actually enough food and resources on this planet for everyones needs, and that we have the means to distribute them. And the then unavoidable truth that the system they are trying to strengthen for it to survive longer seems now to be the only factor that makes this distribution virtually impossible. Then one conclusion should be pretty apparent: The system they are trying to save is actually holding humanity back. It has outlived its purpose (if it ever had one, other than putting more power in less and less hands) and it is naturally failing. The cost to keep it alive will just become greater over time due to it's nature; And that bill will be put on our shoulders as proven in Greece. This might be the simple fact that they do not want the reporters telling us that they are discussing.
Which leads us to the message form one of our dogs. You didn't think there was one, did you?
Well there is:
There are two dogs living here. Like most dogs they believe that the food we humans eat is much better than the one in their bowl. And to say that they do not beg by the food table would be bending the truth quite a bit. A little earlier while wondering where to start this rant I went to get some breakfast. On my way to the kitchen one of the dogs wanted to go out. So I let him, thinking he could stay outside until I was finished eating. I ate, while the other dog did a pretty bad job of pretending not to beg for leftovers. While the first decides he want to come in again, I finish and look at the dog in the other sofa asking the unnecessary question; You want the rest? The answer is quite easy to interpret as at this point he is apparently producing more saliva than his jaws can contain. I give him the plate thinking he can finish it and then I can let the other one in.
Guess what happens next!
He does not eat from the plate, he just looks at me with his most questioning look. I lift the plate closer to him and tell him it's for him. He still looks at me like a big question-mark with saliva pouring from between the jaws.
Then I realize the problem; I pick up the plate, move half of the leftovers to another plate for the dog outside, and put the first plate back in-front of the dog on the sofa. Then he eats.
So then I knew just how I was gonna start this rant as I knew that I was gonna conclude it with the reminder I just received mans best friend; That there is enough food for everyone, we just need to share it.
And while I am mentioning dogs and Greece in the same post I would like to thank "the riot dog" for his continued support for a better future for humanity.
-St.Mytr of the ancient oak.