Indeed, there have been many examples of whistleblowers leaking secrets from inside these seemingly impenetrable organizations, and sometimes all it takes is the gumption to walk into a meeting that you weren't invited to.
An interesting thing happened late last month at the Trilateral Commission's annual meeting in the District of Criminals. Josh Rogin, a reporter for the Daily Beast, waltzed into the meeting uninvited, sat down, and began secretly recording the speaker, Secretary of State John Kerry. The result: a Daily Beast exclusive: “Kerry Warns Israel Could Become An Apartheid State.” (You don't say.)
Such was the shock and horror amongst the globalists over this breach of “privacy” that Joseph S. Nye, North American Chairman of the Commission wrote a personal apology letter to Kerry:
“I write to express my deep apology and dismay that a reporter for the Daily Beast, Josh Rogin, somehow sneaked into the meeting room in which you were speaking to the Commission this past Friday. He was not invited. Although how Mr. Rogin slipped past both Commission staff and Diplomatic Security is unclear to me, we have confirmed that he indeed was present and apparently recorded the session.”
We can learn a few things from this incident. Firstly we learn that the Secretary of State discusses sensitive foreign policy issues in closed door meetings with the Trilateral Commission seemingly as a matter of course, although this should not be a surprise to those who know that every White House administration since the formation of the Trilateral Commission has consisted of disproportionate numbers of Trilateral members. Secondly we learn that politicians only feel safe in saying obvious truths when cloaked in the anonymity of closed-door secret meetings, but we could have guessed that from the discrepancy between most political candidates' milquetoast public speeches and the occasional leaked candid recording. The incident also teaches us that the illusion of “security” that surrounds these secretive meetings and seemingly unapproachable politicians is just that; an illusion. Perhaps if we've been paying attention we should have known this point, too.
Indeed, there have been many examples of whistleblowers leaking secrets from inside these seemingly impenetrable organizations, and sometimes, as in Rogin's case, all it takes is the gumption to walk into a meeting that you weren't invited to. Just ask Matthew Mills, the 9/11 truth advocate who managed to get into (and ultimately disrupt) a Super Bowl press conference with nothing but an out-of-date press pass and a convincingly-told lie that he was “running late” to any security that questioned him on the way to the media event.
One previous example of this phenomenon occurred at the innocuously named Fourth World Wilderness Conference held in Denver, Colorado in 1987. Although by all appearances the World Wilderness Conference appears to be just another environmental forum, the 1987 meeting was attended by the likes of David Rockefeller, Edmund de Rothschild, Maurice Strong and James Baker. George Hunt was a local living in the area who had been interested in attending the publicly advertised conference, but couldn't afford the hefty $650 admission price. Instead, he learned that one of the meeting's hosts had fallen ill, and, phoning him up and offering to take his place, was suddenly afforded the opportunity not just to attend the conference but actually to rub elbows with these mega elites as a forum host.
What Hunt discovered in that meeting was as shocking as it is informative. The global environmental movement was even at that time being thought of as a vehicle for an agenda of world financial and political domination. The meeting (recordings of which exist online thanks to Hunt) includes Edmund de Rothschild's call for a World Conservation Bank, which he envisioned as the funding mechanism for a “second Marshall Plan” that would be used for third world debt relief and stable world development. That sentiment, wrapped in the feelgood platitudes of “debt relief” and “stable development” that have become the norm in political rhetoric in recent decades, is given the lie by another of the conference attendees, David Lang, also recorded by Hunt discussing this plan for an international conservation bank:
“I suggest therefore that this be sold not through a democratic process - that would take too long and devour far too much of the funds - to educate the cannon fodder, unfortunately, that populates the earth. We have to take almost an elitist program, [so] that we can see beyond our swollen bellies, and look to the future in timeframes and in results which are not easily understood, or which can be, with intellectual honesty, be reduced down to some kind of simplistic definition.”
In other words, the useless eaters can't be relied on to support this noble project, so they must be sidestepped altogether. This is exemplary of the disdain that permeates the globalist “superclass” and infuses the thinking about “stable development” that morphed inevitably into “sustainable development” and the current manifestations of Agenda 21. In fact, this link is explicit. The World Conservation Bank that Rothschild proposed at the 1987 Conference was in fact established in October 1991 as a $1 billion pilot project of the World Bank. Named the “Global Environment Facility,” this body was spun off as a separate entity in 1994 (although still administered by the World Bank) and acts as the funding mechanism for the UNFCCC that produces the IPCC report and is seeking to implement the global carbon tax in the name of the fake global warming scare.
All of this information is documentable, and we have George Hunt's gumption to thank for it. All it took was a phone call to a sick conference organizer for an average, concerned citizen to find himself in the position of whistleblower.
Sometimes the average concerned citizen doesn't even have to become a whistleblower himself. He can wait for the whistleblowers to come to him. This is the case in the event of a very different (but maybe not so different) organization, the Bohemian Club of San Francisco. The Bohemian Club is best known for its annual festivities at the Bohemian Grove, a 2,700 acre campsite in the California redwoods where high-ranking government officials, prominent business leaders, senior media executives and other members of the globalist jet-set go to (amongst other things) enjoy a mock human sacrifice in the shadows of a forty foot tall stone owl statue.
That description would sound too far-fetched to believe if the ritual (the “Cremation of Care” ritual which opens each year's two-week encampment) hadn't been caught on tape by Alex Jones, who snuck into the camp in 2000 with a hidden camera. Photos of prominent individuals in the Grove, including Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, Earl Warren, George Bush (both of them) and others have leaked out over the years, as have other hidden camera footage, Grove documents, and other details of the (apparently x-rated) activities that take place during the all-male wilderness retreat.
In 2007, Infowars was sent a Bohemian Grove member roster by an anonymous tipster. Reading the list online, I found that one of the members, Barry Cooper, was a professor at my old alma mater, the University of Calgary. And so it was that I found myself interviewing Professor Cooper for The Corbett Report in May of 2008 and springing some questions about the Grove that he was apparently not expecting:
Me: Do you ever mention the grove when you're talking to your students about the power structures that govern global geopolitics?
Cooper: I doubt it.
Me: Don't you think it would be a good idea to talk about two week outings with presidents and advisors and academics and other luminaries in front of 40 foot stone owls?
Cooper: I don't know. I mean, generally what I do in my classes is I take texts and I discuss what the texts mean.
Me: I think it [the grove] is one of those things that perhaps doesn't come up in political science classes, but which might have some bearing on the political situation we find ourselves in these days.
Perhaps not the most revealing of conversations, I must admit, but all the more telling for what cannot / would not be said by this usually blustering and verbose professor. The Bohemian Grove, of course, works on the same principle of strict secrecy and confidence as many of these globalist organizations. It is only many years after the fact, if at all, that we learn that the Manhattan Project was actually launched at the grove or that transcripts of some of the illustrious “lakeside speeches” delivered at the camp by prominent attendees like Henry Kissinger and Casper Weinberger are eventually leaked online.
Similarly with organizations like the Bilderberg Group. As most are probably aware by now (thanks to the Herculean efforts of the alternative media to bring the group to the public's attention in recent years), the Bilderberg Group is a highly secretive meeting of high-ranking government officials, captains of industry, media executives and royalty that rub shoulders at a five-star resort with golfing facilities within driving distance of a major international airport in North America or Europe every year around May or June. Like the Trilateral Commission, the World Wilderness Conference, the Bohemian Grove and other such meetings, the Bilderberg Group is attended by a who's who of the globalist jet set and features endless discussions on how best the group can more fully consolidate its hold on society.
That the group is (at the very least) a talking shop where policies are discussed and later implemented by attendees is no longer controversial. In 2003, the BBC aired a radio documentary that pieced together some of the evidence demonstrating that the group had been from its very inception in 1954 dedicated to bringing about a European Union. Meeting documents from the 1955 edition of the conference, which leaked online several years ago, detail how the group agreed on the need “To arrive in the shortest possible time at the highest degree of [European] integration, beginning with a common European market.” In 2009, former EU Commission Chair Etienne Davignon casually admitted to the EU Observer that Bilderberg was a vital forum in debates surrounding the creation of the common Euro currency. And in 2010 former NATO Secretary-General and Bilderberg member Willy Claes admitted in a radio interview that Bilderberg deliberations are used as the basis for global policy.
So beyond the creation of the European Union and the furtherance of European integration, what is the main aim of this group? Some clue as to that agenda might be found in leaked notes from the 1966 edition of the conference, in which Senator Fred Harris noted: “Nationalism is dangerous.” But perhaps a more detailed window into this elite globalist mindset was provided by George Ball, Undersecretary of State for Economic Affairs under JFK and Johnson and a a Senior Managing Director of Lehman Brothers and Kuhn Loeb Inc. He delivered a presentation at the 1966 edition of the Bilderberg meeting at Mont Tremblant, Canada, entitled “Internationalization of Business” in which, according to Pierre Beaudry, “Ball presented an outline of the advantages of a new-colonial world economic order based on the concept of a world company, and described some of the obstacles that needed to be eliminated for its success. According to Ball, the first and most important thing that had to be eliminated was the archaic political structure of the nation state.” The meeting transcript records Ball's chilling question: “Where does one find a legitimate base for the power of corporate managements to make decisions that can profoundly affect the life of nations to whose governments they have only limited responsibility?” This was not intended as a rhetorical question.
Time and again, the leaked recordings and transcripts from inside these globalist meetings reveal the same authoritarian urge, the same disdain for the masses of the people, and the same quest for a global system of financial and political governance. It is not difficult to understand why this is the case; these people genuinely believe themselves to be a class above the “cannon fodder” as David Lang so artlessly termed us average working men and women. They believe the world to be their toy, and we are mere objects in their way or tax cattle to be farmed on the human plantation as they see fit. This is the system that we are opposed by, but it is a system that functions so well because it is hidden behind the twin cloak of closed-door meetings and the public's general incredulity that such meetings even take place.
This is why we need to support those independent reporters and truthseekers who will be attending next week's Bilderberg confab in Copenhagen, and indeed all those who are attempting to shine light on similar meetings throughout the world. Sometimes it requires the anonymous help of an inside source to discover what is taking place behind closed doors. Sometimes it requires the painstaking work of investigative journalism to put the puzzle pieces together. And sometimes, just sometimes, all it takes is the willingness to walk into a meeting as if you were meant to be there and to turn on the tape recorder.