Sunday, Jun 12, 2011 15:36 BST MEP
Assaulted by Bilderberg Security to Take Legal Action
The Italian European Parliament member who was violently assaulted by
security guards outside the site of the elitist Bilderberg conference
at the Suvretta hotel in St. Moritz has vowed to take legal action.
targets 36 for firing at airport
Thirty-six Transportation Security Administration workers at Honolulu
Airport, including the top director, were given termination notices
Friday, and 12 others were suspended in the largest mass disciplinary
action in the federal agency’s history.
Members Confronted by Protesters Outside Security Perimeter
Astounding footage has emerged of top Bilderberg members being confronted
by protesters as they walked on foot down the mountain road towards
the Suvretta Hotel. Bilderberg attendees rarely ever venture outside
of hotel grounds which is why this represents such a shocking development.
has no nukes and US knows that’ Washington is ignoring its own intelligence
because it is hell-bent on finding nuclear weapons that do not exist,
Pulitzer-winning investigative journalist Seymour Hersh told RT.
hit by sophisticated cyberattack: report
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) was the target of a sophisticated
cyberattack earlier this year, the New York Times reported Saturday,
quoting senior officials at the world lender.
Prostitutes Service Bilderberg Members at Elite Summit?
Following several reports that male prostitutes were being transported
to a location near the Suvretta Hotel at which Bilderberg members
are stationed in St. Moritz, members of the elitist confab were
subsequently photographed leaving the luxury El Paradiso compound
and walking back to the hotel.
secret agents ‘led massacre in Jisr al-Shughur’
Secret agents wearing coloured wristbands as their sole distinguishing
marks directed a civilian massacre in Jisr al-Shughur, fleeing residents
said yesterday as army tanks moved into the largely deserted Syrian
Spin & the Syrian Unrest
In January 2011, the unrest in Tunisia and Egypt took many by surprise.
Amidst the confusion, the global elite and their nefarious networks
of NGOs, civil society organizations, and foreign-funded, trained,
and armed opposition groups were able to dislodge the governments
in both nations.