|Trilaterial Commission Iluminati in Ontario! May 8/10|
|Saturday, 08 May 2010 08:48|
Dee‘s Added Comment:
Yesterday on the Paul Drockton Show I revealed that the current chair of the Trilateral Commission’s European wing is none other than Paul Sutherland, who is, in real life, the chair of both British Petroleum and Goldman-Sachs…
The Trilats are meeting this weekend in Dublin, Ireland. Shortly thereafter, the Bilderbergs will be meeting (they always coat-tail on the Trilateral Commission) at the Dolce Hotel in Sitges, Spain. Around the same time, the G-8 will have invaded Huntsville Ontario, severely disrupting the lives and livelihoods of those who live in that lovely place. Shortly after that, the G20 will descend upon the heart of Toronto (a city of about 3 million) in the downtown business core, complete with $179 million worth (??) of security forces.
(An aside on that: “Free speech zones” are over a mile away from where these cretins will be roosting while here, but reports say that protestors intend to go where they damn please One would hope that they will go to their chosen spots and SIT DOWN. Make the security forces be the only bad guys, or we are all done, the moment any of us open our mouths to speak out. I cannot emphasize this enough. Preserving your right to free speech will largely depend on your ability to appear rational to the sheeple, even if they disagree with you.)
Not that they couldn’t have gone to some more secure, remote location, Lord knows this province is full of them… and spared Toronto the chaos and the potential for disaster… but to add the ridiculous to the sublime, they are holding their meetings in the ballroom at the Toronto Convention Centre, which is a humungous structure situated immediately next door to SkyDome (I absolutely refuse to call it Rogers Stadium), where the BlueJays will be playing games during the conference.
It’s also right next door to the CN Tower, which was the tallest freestanding structure in the world until some other ostentatious jerk built one taller.
Could they have picked a worse place for this HIGHLY controversial meeting?
Back to the point:
That includes our friend Mr. Sutherland, of BP and Goldman Sachs fame. In the North American Trilat group, Canada has 15 members out of 107, the US 85, and Mexico 7. Gee, guess who rules? (Hint: It’s not us.)
This from Wikipedia (this is one report they got right):
Senator Barry Goldwater wrote in his book With No Apologies: “In my view, the Trilateral
Commission represents a skillful, coordinated effort to seize control and consolidate the four centers of power: political, monetary, intellectual, and ecclesiastical. All this is to be done in the interest of creating a more peaceful, more productive world community. What the Trilateralists truly intend is the creation of a worldwide economic power superior to the political governments of the nation-states involved. They believe the abundant materialism they propose to create will overwhelm existing differences. As managers and creators of the system they will rule the future.”
These are some of the puppetmasters. (The puppets will be in Huntsville and Toronto.)
Reports are that the main topic of Trilat and Bilderberg conversation at this time will be, wonder of wonders, the price of oil. Presumably, that would include how to spin the media story to reflect the absolute need to increase prices dramatically world-wide, due to the Gulf oil volcano. Meanwhile, OPEC has not been insisting on the meeting of agreed production quotas, deliberately lowering supply. It is predicted, therefore, that the price hikes will likely be massive. (Must cover the losses for poor old BP, though, which only made $73 Billion in profit in the years from 2005-2009 and has a fat bill to pay in the Gulf. Poor old BP, which was spared the indignity of an environmental assessment prior to stabbing Mother Earth with a fat needle. BP, which has a dismal history of safety violations and a string of disasters in its wake.)
And Paul Sutherland, Trilateral European Chairman, at the helm. Lest we be remiss, substituting Sutherland’s other hat, as Chair of Goldman Sachs, just could possibly be how come Goldman Sachs was able to safely bet against BP’s success in the Gulf, the same way a whack of cash was made on the WTC: put options. Nope, Huffpost’s resident comic Andy Horowitz was actually telling the truth in his “satirical” piece the other day… how about that…
Can you spell c-o-n-s-p-i-r-a-c-y? That would be “cons” committing “piracy”.
And maybe haul out your copy of 1984 for a quick refresher course.