If You Don't Like Conspiracy Theories, Look Away Now...

St Moritz, Switzerland: Site of the 2011 Bilderberg meeting
Any long time reader of this blog will know that I cannot resist a good conspiracy theory, especially if it holds sufficient water not to be totally ridiculous, so if they are not your cup of tea, look away now.

Dominic Sandbrook writes a very good piece in the Mail today about 'Capitalism in Crisis', likening the situation to 1931. He appears, throughout what is a eerily balanced article about the current situation, to believe that capitalism can and must be 'redeemed'. The truth, of course, is that capitalism cannot be redeemed. Only souls can be redeemed.

Many people hold the view that the international markets are like an ocean that can just boil at any moment and that there is nobody, not a soul, in control of it. The financial markets are, in that view, a wild dragon that cyclically roars and breathes fire on the populations of the World. But is it really true and to what 'degree'?

Cast your minds back just a few months and in St Moritz, Switzerland, leading international bankers, politicians, industry chiefs and presumably more than one or two media owners met at the Bilderberg club. A question or two has to be asked of this secretive club for the unbelievably wealthy and influential. If it is really true that the financial markets are a law unto themselves, then why bother meeting to 'plan' for the year ahead? What's the point if there's nothing you can do about it? Secondly, if indeed, a 'plan' is afoot, then would it not be awfully kind for the elites who meet at this gathering to publish those plans especially if those plans are innocuous, instead of meeting behind gigantic walls and allowing no reporters in?

If you believe what you read in the papers, then whole countries and perhaps continents are about to be economically raped by the banking system that was bailed out by those countries.  Peter Oborne writes today about the lack of political leadership emerging from the economic crisis. He's right, of course, but isn't it just so strange that so many of those leaders should be on holiday when the crisis hits!? What perfect timing! How reassuring it is that the leaders are to have a serious dialogue about the situation...on the phone! Apparently...

'An emergency telephone conference among the finance ministers of the G7 (membership: United States, Japan, Britain, Germany, France, Italy and Canada) has been convened.'

Well, that's encouraging...

David Cameron: "Hi Barack, Dave here. You got any idea what we should do?"
Barack Obama: "Hi, Dave! Don't know, mate! Talk about a debt ceiling and now the plastering's falling off! I really enjoyed flipping burgers with you that day. We should do it again some time."
Angela Merkel: "Is that Dave?! Dave?! How is your wife? Is it sunny there? Hello?! I hear the markets are going into meltdown. Isn't that terrible? Any ideas? One of my delegates talked to George Osborne about the financial situation at St Moritz and do you know what? He said a crisis like this might hit in late Summer! What a coincidence!"
Nikolas Sarkosy: "No, it's not Dave, its Nikolas! Crossed wires, I think Angie! Darn this switchboard! How are the dogs? Carla, dear! Carla! Will you stop playing that infernal guitar! I'm trying to have a very important discussion here! The Eurozone is in crisis and we need to do something about it! Hello! Hello! Who put me through to room service? No, Eurozone is not a pornography channel! How dare you insinuate...!"

It is absurd. There is no money left to solve this crisis. No, the only way. The only way, our elected leaders will be able to respond to this financial chaos is if a plan has been made and fortunately, or rather, unfortunately, it most likely has been made. Most, if not all, of the relatively few reporters on the Bilderberg group maintain that the aim of the financial instability is to bring Europe and America to its knees, not just figuratively, but literally, so that when Europe and America is on its knees, the end game of the real plan can be put into action. The end game of the real plan, according to those who have been covering the secretive meetings, is one world currency, ran by one international bank, which answers, or indeed doesn't answer, to one international government, with, we can presume, one international leader, perhaps under an international religion. That will take some time to build(erberg) of course, but according to those who have been reporting on this secretive group, they, like the great Fr Z's analysis of the glorious restoration of the Church, are "brick by brick" adherents of an altogether different variety.

Quite how China and Russia are to be brought into this scheme of things is unknown, unless...no, its impossible...but, to those who have been covering the progress of the Bilderberg group, China is the model for what has been described as the new world order. Note, dear readers, that China is not just an out and out 'communist' country. It is also a place of vast production, huge corporations, immense armed might, servitude, slavery, atheistic dominance, of a now successful trading and international market pedigree and it just so happens to have the USA financially by the balls. A series of US Presidents have been selling the country down the river, bringing it finally to the brink of ruin. China owns stacks of the debt. It is they, horrifyingly, who are the US's biggest creditors and if they are to help the US, they are going to want something big in return. What will it be?

Whatever happens, it looks rather like within years, or perhaps even months, we are going to be witness to things that the vast majority of us have never witnessed before. The elites will wait, wait and wait, until Europe and America is on its knees and then 'salvation' and perhaps even a 'saviour' will come, but if he should or it should, that man, or that salvation will, most sorrowfully, not be the Lord Jesus Christ. We could very well be about to walk into not the dark ages, but maybe one of the darkest ages of all. I hope I'm wrong (though a conspiracy theorist always hopes he is right, of course), but the question has to be asked; if these Beelzeberg meetings are so innocuous, then how come Peter Mandelson always attends them? I rest my case. Peter Mandelson wouldn't dare show his face at a meeting where a scheming, satanic plan was not being orchestrated.

Comments

The Bones said…
Rod,

The question is, did he go?

If he did go, did he go again?

I expect that there are some who go who do not have a reasonable understanding of the hidden agenda.
Rod said…
Why is that the question? The very fact that he attended shows how closely linked are the masonic elements of Satan's Church of lost souls and the conspiracy of masons and bankers controlling the world. The Church has always played cosy with whatever bunch of power thugs rule the world. They got in bed with the Masons, Nazis and now with Bilderberg sect. You can rest assured that their unholy mission matches up nicely with that of the New World Order whom they support fully
Clare said…
Hi Laurence, isn't the problem with your post here that, as you freely admit, the world's current number one industrial powerhouse (China) is not part of this set up? I mean, if it's all so sinister, then how come a nation on the outside can start calling the shots?

China isn't really 'the model' of prosperity. The thing is, China is buggered by its vast reserves of a single currency (the dollar) and it knows it. Asian nations have long pursued a policy of buying foreign currency, and particular the dollar, in order to devalue their own currency, thereby making exports cheap. This produces employment in the Asian markets, but it also leads to a perilous reliance on foreign exports. Think of it this way: say China produces 2 million 'Barbie' lunchboxes each year. Itexports these to the West, buys foreign currency with the money it receives, and so keeps the relative value of its own currency weak (making further exports cheap). However, what if the West stopped buying these things? What is China going to do with two million Barbie lunchboxes (they don't even like Barbie!). Have you ever noticed how when a 'third world' nation is on the news, their citizens are kitted out in slightly outdated Western brands/logos? That's what happens when the West loses interest in China's over production of tat. It has literally no market value and is sold at cost prices.

OK, so my point is this - China is not some sinister monster, it is a very worried legitimate trading partner. It has been buying dollars for years to foster a demand for its own cheap goods, but when the American market shies off these, or slows down, it faces a crisis of overproduction (or producing millions of items that would only ever have a use value in Western markets). In this sense you can say China is only pursuing its own economic interests, as America is pursuing its interests.

As for Bilderberg....meh. I'd be more surprised if it didn't exist. Rich people get together to protect their own interests? No s*it, what a conspiracy you've uncovered! Of course they do. Just as wealthy people go to their private clubs, schools, and even churches. Economic segregation is a fact of life in the World. We don't need to fear it, because we know there is a world beyond where it is not a fact. I suppose I'm saying that these 'scandals' are not scandals at all. They are, have been, and always will be facts of life. But there is another fact of life. Death and resurrection in Christ. Sorry to ramble, I'm just trying to help you overcome your neurosis about the World. Or 'how I learned to stop worrying about others and love Christ'
Anonymous said…
Peter Denis Sutherland, the Vatican's banker (he is Consultor of the Extraordinary Section of the Apostolic See) is a permanent member of the Bilderberg Group Committee appointed to decide its yearly business. He is also one of the heads of the WTO. Hang on, why are the Vatican getting involved with a man like this....sounds fishy, almost like they're not holy at all...

The first Bildreberg group was established under the direction of Joseph H. Retinger, a prominent Catholic and friend of Pope Pius XII. Retinger solicited Vatican support for his new society, which he saw as a means of stabilising the former Habsburg Catholic Empire in Europe by enabling preferential trade agreements for Central European powers (the original role of the Bilderberg group). Look it up, it's all perfectly true. The Bilderberg group was set up as a scion of the Church in an attempt to position it as a strong force against Communism in the post WW2 era (or the New World Order). The Vatican, which used to be known as the Open Friendly Society, of course ruled Europe at one time. It was itself a secret society, with insignia, hand-shakes, a secret language (Latin)m, and its own cult rituals and courts. Of course they want to return to the old days of secrecy and corruption. Good job Luther exposed their SATANIC LIES
Anonymous said…
As a fellow anti-mason I would also encourage you to read (and to seriously read and think about) the Vatican page on the excellent 'Freemason watch' website. Really, the case is cast-iron. I would say it is impossible to really be a Catholic anti-mason, because the Church is the principal vector of masonist terror and force for suppression in the modern world.

http://www.freemasonrywatch.org/stpeters_squared.html
George said…
I can't understand why people are so against masons. They have done a grand job on Salisbury Cathedral.
Genty said…
The answer is probably not a conspiracy of the plutocrats but our old friend Events, dear boy.

The 24-hour multi-national gambling dens, er, I mean stock markets, are predicated on games of chance and inflated risk, the rotten fruits of unregulated capitalism. Up the ladders and down the snakes.

The lesson of the South Sea Bubble has never been learned.
The Bones said…
The Church's condemnation of Freemasonry, for those interested.

http://www.vatican.va/holy_father/leo_xiii/encyclicals/documents/hf_l-xiii_enc_18840420_humanum-genus_en.html
Physiocrat said…
The question is, surely, COULD they plan a drunken orgy in a brewery?
Ttony said…
You missed out the bit about the black helicopters being part of a plot to make the United Nations the new World Government. And if you're going to blame freemasons and the world's financial leadership, aren't you missing out one other group?
The Bones said…
No! Not the Lawn Tennis Association!?
Ttony said…
Correct - it's NOT the LTA. It's ... (looks round furtively, lowers voice) ... the Royal School of Needlework. There! I've said it!
Tim © said…
They've got it all sewn up.