Archiv für 2. Juni 2007


The 2007 Bilderberg Meeting is currently ongoing at Istanbul, Turkey. This is a Clip from Dutch TV covering Bilderberg.

“We are grateful to the Washington Post, the New York Times, Time magazine and other great publications whose directors have attended our meetings and respected the promises of discretion for almost forty years. It would have been impossible for us to develop our plan for the world if we had been subject to the bright lights of publicity during those years. But, the world is now more sophisticated and prepared to march towards a world-government. The supranational sovereignty of an intellectual elite and world bankers is surely preferable to the National auto-determination practiced in past centuries”.

“Wir sind dankbar gegenüber der Washington Post, New York Times, Time Magazine und anderen, großen Publikationen, deren Vorsitzende unseren Treffen beigewohnt und ihre Versprechen der Diskretion für beinahe 40 Jahre gehalten haben. Es wäre unmöglich gewesen, unseren Plan für die Welt zu entwickeln, wären wir in diesen Jahren dem Rampenlicht der Öffentlichkeit ausgesetzt gewesen. Doch die Welt ist nun fortgeschrittener und bereit, in Richtung einer Weltregierung zu marschieren. Die übernationale Herrschaft einer intellektuellen Elite und der Weltbankiers ist sicherlich vorzuziehen gegenüber der in früheren Jahrhunderten praktizierten nationalen Selbstbestimmung.”

–David Rockefeller, Bilderberger-Konferenz 1991, Baden-Baden

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 Daniel Estulin
Saturday June 2, 2007

Well, we have our first conclusions of Bilderberg 2007, Robert Zoellick and the World Bank nomination.

The US delegation is standing unanimously behind Robert Zoellick´s candidacy as the next President of the World Bank. Zoellick is a 53 year old Wall Street executive, former administration official and a free-market fundamentalist. During the meeting he pledged “to work to restore confidence in the bank.”

“We need to put our differences aside and focus on the future together. I believe that the World Bank’s best days are still to come,” Zoellick said.

The chances of Zoellick not being approved for the chair of World Bank Presidency are slim to none. The final decision is to be made by the end of June by the bank’s 24-member board of directors.

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liberale.de

WESTERWELLE-Reise in die Türkei

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