Daniel Estulin: Uncovering data from the Bilderberg Club 2012 Meeting

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“… 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

Bilderberg Report/Informe Part 2

by Daniel Estulin

June 7, 2012

More information about the Bilderberg meeting last week. While mass media are speculating on the possible or rather improbable rescue to a dead land, Spain, We continue to work uncovering specific data of the Bilderberg Club Meeting. Here’s the link to part 1.

Bilderberg´s top headache into foreseeable future continues to be Russian President Vladimir Putin. Key areas of concern for the secretive organization is Russia´s opposition to war in Syria and Iran, be they spun as “humanitarian bombing” or “color revolution.” Of particular concern for Bilderberg is Russia´s insistence on maintaining “state sovereignty intact.” Another concern for Bilderberg is how exactly to deal with Russia´s “belligerence” with respect to 1) the US bases encircling Russia and 2) US missile defense pointing its warheads at Moscow. Putin´s blunt “no way Jose” has raised the stakes several notches. It remains to be seen if “we can make Putin blink” was how one US Bilderberger stated.

Russia may not be the military superpower it once was, but the country has key nuclear and strategic weapons acting as military deterrent to go along with its energy superpower status, with oil and gas accounting for 2/3 of Russia´s exports.

Still fresh on the minds of Bilderberg attendees is Putin´s 2007 Munich speech, when he shocked the West by criticizing George W. Bush´s obsessively unipolar imperial agenda “through a system which has nothing to do with democracy” and non-stop overstepping of its “national borders in almost all spheres.”

Complete article HERE:

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***ALSO – Listen to:
Daniel Estulin Interwiew Bilderberg 2012 – The Voice of Russia

What topics discussed at Bilderberg Group meeting? – The Voice of Russia.

An Interview with a Russian-American radio from New York.

The Bilderberg Group meeting happens every year. It’s an unofficial invitation-only conference of approximately 140 members of societies elite from North America and Western Europe. They meet to discuss off the record “topics of current concern, especially in the fields of foreign affairs and international economy”. The role of the Bilderberg meeting has been debated among scholars and journalists for decades. This year’s meeting began last Thursday and wraps up this weekend at a hotel near Washington D.C.

What role exactly does this group play? And what topics are discussed at these meetings?

Interview with Daniel Estulin, author of “the True Story of the Bilderberg Group and “Shadow Masters”. Both of those books are exposes on the Bilderberg Group.

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