Paul Joseph Watson
he Canadian media has already blitzed its
American counterparts by producing a rash of reports about the
secretive Bilderberg Group meeting in Ottawa as the conference
enters its second day.
Bilderberg met in Virginia Washington yet not
one American newspaper or TV station reported on a confab which is
routinely attended by the most influential politicos in the world.
That trend has totally
reversed this time around, with the Canadian media already pumping
out more reports than we saw for the entire duration of last year's
conference in Germany. These include several pieces by the
Ottawa Citizen, as well as the
Globe and Mail and the
Ottawa Sun. A Canadian Press article has also
been syndicated to numerous different outlets nationwide.
A handful of
separate reports also covered the grueling 15
detainment of Alex Jones by Canadian immigration
authorities at the request of Bilderberg security.
The Canadian media
should be commended for doing their job - putting the lapdog
American media to shame - and shining a spotlight on an organization
that steers the course of geopolitics yet operates with no
democratic oversight whatsoever.
If this sea change
continues at next year's meeting, how long before the skulking
kingpins of the global criminal elite are forced to cut their
shadowy deals on a remote private island?
The 2006 Bilderberg
participant list is out and it includes names such as, "New York
Governor George Pataki, deputy prime minister of Iraq Ahmad Chalabi,
the heads of Coca-Cola, Credit Suisse, the Royal Bank of Canada, a
number of media moguls, and cabinet ministers from Spain and
Rockefeller, Henry Kissinger and Queen Beatrix of Holland are also
in attendance as well as, "Jorma Ollila, chairman of Royal Dutch
Shell, Egil Myklebust, chairman of Scandinavian Airlines, World Bank
president James Wolfenson, and Frank McKenna, former New Brunswick
premier and ex-Canadian ambassador to the U.S."
The Ottawa Sun is even
running a poll asking readers what they think the main topic of
discussion will be at Bilderberg this year, with a majority of 34%
thinking it will be oil prices and 25% the war on terror. It also
quotes Alex Jones and discusses his ordeal with Canadian
"These guys love secrecy
-- 125 of the most elite people on the planet meeting together and
setting policy," Jones said. "It's diabolical -- world government,
global taxation. On the agenda here, they're debating (an impending)
attack on Iran."
Following his arrival in
one of the fleet of limousines tagged with a 'B' for identification,
The Ottawa Citizen approached arch Neo-Con warmonger Richard Perle
and challenged him on the question of whether Bilderberg directs the
course of world policy, specifically in relation to oil prices
considering the large amount of representatives from the industry
"If it did, I'd be
trading on oil futures," snapped Perle.
The fact is that during
last year's conference in Rottach-Egern, Bilderberg luminaries
'forecasted' the dramatic rise in oil prices. A
year ago oil stood at $40 a barrel - now it's $70.