Spain-based investigative journalist Daniel Estulin, on Spanish-language RussiaToday television, interviews Dennis Small, Ibero-American editor of the LaRouche movement’s EIR, co-author of Dope, Inc., and an American political prisoner from 1989-1991.
“Las drogas son el gran problema global de la civilización actual. Los gobiernos aparentan combatir ese flagelo
pero la situación no mejora.”(1)
1999: Encounter between New York Stock Exchange President Richard Grasso and Raul Reyes, Commander of Colombia’s FARC / El entonces presidente de la Bolsa de Nueva York, Richard Grasso, y el comandante de las FARC, Raúl Reyes se abrazan durante un encuentro en junio de 1999 / Image: iarnoticias.com (1)
America’s Secret Deal with the Mexican Drug Cartels
In a story which should have made front page headlines, Narco News investigative journalist Bill Conroy revealed that “A high-ranking Sinaloa narco-trafficking organization member’s claim that US officials have struck a deal with the leadership of the Mexican ‘cartel’ appears to be corroborated in large part by the statements of a Mexican diplomat in email correspondence made public recently by the nonprofit media group WikiLeaks.
Coming soon near you: “From the Shadow”
(“Desde la sombra”)
with Daniel Estulin on Russia Today TV
“I have good news for you. Starting on September the 5th, I will host my own TV program on Spanish RT (Russia Today TV). Aimed at Latin America, we will reach a weekly audience of over 5 millions. At last, we will be able to tell the things that no other mass media would ever have permitted to tell.” (1)
Baltic Exchange Dry Index (BDI) *, exponential average in red. 200 day exp. avr. green / VIa HarveyOrgan.blogspot.ca **
Daniel Estulin: “About ten or eleven years ago, I saw a phrase in one of the Bilderberger reports, and they literally talk about “Demand Destruction”. I didn’t understand it at the time (…) until about three years ago (…) I saw the same phrase again in the Club of Rome report and shortly after in the Bilderberg report. And then it was on the CFR.org web page.
So I asked a friend of mine in the World Bank, I said: “What does it mean – Demand Destruction?”
He said: “You destroy the demand by destroying the world economy.”
“… Bilderberg is extremely worried because as one European Bilderberger openly admitted, “Putin is by far the most formidable opponent in the world stage to our plans.” What makes Bilderberg position that much more difficult is Putin´s moral position in “protecting and promoting its national interest.” Daniel Estulin
“Indications are that the imminent bankruptcy of Banco Santander, the lead bank of the British Crown’s Inter-Alpha Group, and the largest bank in Europe, is now at the center of the crisis” LaRouchePAC
“Spain will be sacrificed on the altar of high finance.” Daniel Estulin
Fidel se entrevista con el escritor Daniel Estulin / Wiki Commons *
“Daniel Estulin, author of“The True Story of the Bilderberg Group,”contends people should care because the idea behind each and every Bilderberg meeting “is to create what they themselves call the aristocracy of purpose between European and North American elites on the best way to manage the planet.”
“In other words, the creation of a global network of giant cartels, more powerful than any nation on Earth, destined to control the necessities of life of the rest of humanity.” (1)
“Some even believe we are part of a secret cabal working against the best interests of the United States, characterizing my family and me as ‘internationalists’ and of conspiring with others around the worldto build a more integrated global political and economic structure – one world, if you will. If that’s the charge, I stand guilty, and I am proud of it.” David Rockefeller, Bilderberg member
“A lot is happening on the World stage. Who is who? Who is behind the movement to change the world for the better? Are they the good guys or are they all part of the usual potpourri of One World Order globalists with hidden, long-range agendas?” Daniel Estulin Continue reading →
Bilderberg Attendees by Emilfaro / Wikimedia Commons *
“Thinking is hard. Thinking independently is very hard, because it requires one to study, to read, to understand. Understanding engages responsability, engendering personal action to sustain our liberties and freedoms. It is much easier to be told what to do and think and say.” Daniel Estulin Continue reading →