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Friday, June 3, 2011

Daniel Estulin exposes the Bilderberg Group


I’ve just noticed that Mike Smith has posted an article, The 2011 Bilderberg Meeting, St. Moritz, Switzerland, 9-11 of June 2011. This posting will present some interesting publications on the subject, written by Daniel Estulin – a man who has dedicated his life to investigating the Bilderberg Group and their covert secrets.

First Book:
The True Story of the Bilderberg Group (2nd Edition, Updated and Revised)
(Original Spanish Title: La Verdadera Historia Del Club Bilderberg)

Format: Softcover
Publisher: Trine Day
ISBN: 9780979988622
Publication date: April 2009

This second edition includes an entirely new chapter and updated information on topics such as an earlier attempt to break up Canada and the portents of a North American union.

The book can be purchased from Amazon.com or Kalahari.net
Click here to order the Audio CD from Kalahari.net

Book Description:
Delving into a world once shrouded in complete mystery and impenetrable security, this investigative report provides a fascinating account of the annual meetings of the world's most powerful people--the Bilderberg Group. Since its inception in 1954 at the Bilderberg Hotel in the small Dutch town of Oosterbeek, the Bilderberg Group has been comprised of European prime ministers, American presidents, and the wealthiest CEOs of the world, all coming together to discuss the economic and political future of humanity. The working press has never been allowed to attend, nor have statements ever been released on the attendees' conclusions or discussions, which have ramifications on the citizens of the world. Using methods that resemble the spy tactics of the Cold War--and in several instances putting his own life on the line--the author did what no one else has managed to achieve: he learned what was being said behind the closed doors of the opulent hotels and has made it available to the public.

Second Book:

The Secrets of the Bilderberg Club
(Original Spanish Title: Los secretos del club Bilderberg)

Format: Softcover
Publisher: Planeta
ISBN: 9788484531685
Publication date: September 2006

The book can be purchased from Amazon.com or Kalahari.net
(If your language is English only, please make sure you're ordering the correct version!)

By the same author:

Shadow Masters:
How governments and their intelligence agencies are working with drug dealers and terrorists for mutual benefit and profit.

Format: Softcover
Publisher: Trine Day
ISBN: 9780979988615
Publication date: October 2009

The book can be purchased from Amazon.com or Kalahari.net

Book Description:
This investigation examines how behind-the-scenes collaboration between government, intelligence services, and drug traffickers has lined the pockets of big business and Western banks. Among the examples cited are the cozy relationship between Victor Bout, the largest weaponry dealer in the world, and George Bush's administration; the NGOs who are plundering Darfur with the help of big multinationals seeking to take over the oilfields around the country; the ties that the Muslim Brotherhood maintains with the White House despite their involvement with the March 11th attacks in Madrid; and the embezzlement of more than $2.8 million from the International Monetary Fund by Roman Abramovich, the biggest oligarch in Russia.

A Political Conspiracy?

The Bilderberg Group has frequently been accused of political conspiracies. There is thus a mountain of criticism coming from both the left, the right, and those in-between. It would thus be pointless (near impossible) to provide external links to this data from a blog, whose theme revolves mainly around topics concerning Africa.

There is, however, some compelling evidence that the Bilderberg Hand may be behind the current chaos in Africa and the Middle East. You may, if you wish, explore this Wordpress site (with videos), to establish if there is any truth in this. Please take note: - I have not yet reviewed the entire contents of this site.

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