However, Bilderberg has rarely had mainstream publicity on the scale it is currently receiving. Whilst there was a time when this kind of collective and secret global strategizing was vehemently denied even its existence, in recent years Bilderberg has been acknowledged (albeit in a downplayed and dismissive manner.)
To hear those involved talk about it, you would think it was little more than a glorified gentlemen’s club, full of heady economic and political discussion (perhaps one or two whipping boys for the fun of it!) but not much else to write home about. However, we must bear in mind that those who attend are actually amongst the most powerful and influential people in the world, so it would be a little naïve to think that Bilderberg meetings are their “well deserved break” from running the world - an occasion where all discussion of future-planning and decision making are strictly taboo subjects…
Interestingly, Bilderberg appear to have pandered to all viewpoints this year with the Bilderberg Welcoming Committee using their Press Office “to facilitate the mainstream and alternative media in their coverage of the meeting.” Actually the whole blurb on their website makes for amusing and telling reading material: http://bilderberg2013.co.uk/
Alex Jones managed to make a sizeable appearance on Andrew Neil’s “Sunday Politics” – a piece that, some state, has always served as a “credible” (although it actually is nothing of the kind!) discussion of current affairs. Even fellow guest David Aaronovitch admitted that Bilderberg is doing exactly what it says on the tin. The interview eventually descended into Jones’ typically loud mouthed, abrasive, tub-thumping – with mention of cancer causing vaccines and FEMA camps… unfortunate given that the vaccination subject is a very important one and makes one ponder the implications of its inclusion.
Although these subjects have always been a staple of Jones’ rhetoric, you can’t help but wonder about the contrivance and convenience (on the part of MSM) of the whole affair… this is without even mentioning the credibility of Jones.http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=YB7ZaK7Oa88
Furthermore, an even more curious programme has been advertised recently that begs the question; just what the hell is going on in the mainstream media? In the past, I have kept a watchful eye on the work of Miles Johnston and the abduction support group AMMACH. Miles’s “Bases” videos have always been a fascinating source of information regarding the extent of mind control programming and the possible capabilities of the human consciousness. Despite this, I have always maintained a degree of level-headedness when viewing these pieces – long before one or two of my fellow truthers warned me eye the material with caution.
So, out of the blue, there appears the face of Miles Johnston and others involved with AMMACH in a trailer advertising a new programme; “Confessions of an Alien Abductee”. The various trailers have included a man who insinuates that he has had intimate relations with an ET cat lady (much to the annoyance of his wife apparently) and a woman who claims that her abduction experiences seem to increase every time she has chicken for her tea. Here is some of the usual (ahem!) “coverage” from The Mirror’s website:http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/weird-news/ammach-britains-weirdest-support-group-1940401
The implications are obvious here. Although it may be the case that those who have been involved with the making of the piece did so with the best of intentions, the tone has been clearly established – let’s all have a good chortle at the loopy-loos! Without getting too uppity, I have continually maintained that it is a mistake for anybody (with serious issues to discuss) to be duped into taking part in any programming produced by the mainstream, no matter how honey-voiced the editor in chief may sound. I understand the frustration felt when the old hypnobox simply won’t touch reality with a cattle prod, but we perhaps should have learned our lessons by now. The BBC’s Conspiracy Road Trip hit pieces are enough to demonstrate the real intent here.
Never the less, some feel that we may have actually turned a corner regarding the current truth stalemate; that perhaps there is room to gradually merge the interests of the alternative and mainstream media. Before some of you get out your party poppers and noise makers, and declare victory, I will pose a few questions regarding MSM:
- Why is it that some issues are metaphorical plague carriers in the media? Why do they never address the energy cover-up (or Dr Judy Wood’s research) on BBC current affairs programmes or evening documentaries and satirical comedy shows?
- Why now should anybody care (in mainstream media) about the reality of the world? When did they suddenly develop a conscience or grow a pair of truth kahunas (and why)!?
- If they are suddenly concerned, why do they still perpetuate the tin foil hat wearing paradigm and why are many subjects treated as little more than comedy material?