Wednesday, June 21, 2006

Bilderbergers remain divided on issues

Not surprisingly, the attendees at the Bilderberg conference in Ottawa last week hold we Americans in utter contempt. Check out Jim Tucker, of the American Free Press newspaper

Writes Tucker, via the Prison Planet website: Bilderberg expects interest rates to rise and many Americans to lose their homes in the months ahead.
Meanwhile, they hope they can pressure President Bush to refrain from an all-out invasion of Iran while maintaining oil prices at their current record-high levels of about $70 a barrel.

Timothy Geithner, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, predicted rising interest rates and difficulties for families that have obtained adjustable rate mortgages, or “variable” interest rates.
Many are likely to lose their homes as rising home mortgage rates add hundreds of dollars to their monthly payments, he said. While most listened solemnly and some expressed concern, one was heard to say, “stupid Americans deserve their fate

The article, linked above, has a lot of interesting information regarding the rising price of oil, the neo-cons bloodthirsty desire to attack Iran, and how the Europeans won't help America fight a war against Iran.


Robert Zoellick, deputy secretary of state, said it would be necessary to keep the invasion “option” to pressure Iran into agreeing to abandon its nuclear weapons program.
“You’re wrong,” the European answered. “Iran simply refuses to be bullied by the United States. Save us a lot of trouble and forget about invading Iran.” The Americans remained silent

I just got Tucker's "Bilderberg Diary" book, and while I haven't read it yet, I suspect I'll be shocked at what I find.

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