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The Bilderberg Group is an annual, secretive meeting of some of the world's most powerful people.

It was set up by Prince Bernhard of Lippe-Biesterfeld and Paul van Zeeland, amongst others.

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Origins Edit

The Bilderberg group was set up in the 1950's, with the first conference held in 1954. The group was set-up with the intent of improving the view of America in Western Europe. It was set up by several important peo

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ple at the time. The conference included two delegates from each invited nation, one conservative and one liberal.

Conspiracies Edit

There are many conspiracies surrounding the secretive group, which is not surprising, as it is a secretive group. If a group of the most powerful people in the world get together to meet up and not tell anyone what is happening it kinda lends itself to conspiracy theorists really doesn't it?! Anyway....

NAZI Edit

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There is a conspiracy theory that the group is a remnant of the NAZI regime. This is in no small part down to the allegation that Prince Bernhard was a member of the NAZI party. He stated repeatedly that he was not a NAZI and was never a NAZI. This was untrue. He was, in fact, a member of the NAZI party, a member of the national socialist motor corps, and the Reiter-SS. So the prince was a naughty little liar now wasn't he?!?! There is also, apparently, some evidence of the Bilderberg group being related to various banking organizations left behind by the NAZI regime, although I didn't read all of it so do the work yourself on that one.

World Order Edit

The Bilderberg group is allegedly trying to create a new world order with them in even more control, blah blah blah, they wan't more power and control. Don't believe it? The previously mentioned Prince thought that democracy was stupid. He thought that people should be told what to do by him because, you kn

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ow, science.... right? The former Belgian Prime Minister van Zeeland also suspended democracy and instituted martial law when he was in power to wrestle back power from a popular party. Starting to seem less crazy, right? They also say that they don't vote on stuff and they just talk, nothing sinister, we don't do politics, etc. BUT! In 2009 they held a fund raiser and helped in the campaign of some guy to be European Union President. That isn't even up for popular vote, so they wouldn't have to bride whole nations, just a couple of hundred Members of the European Parliament. The EU is not exactly a democratic wonder. Having the president, and presumably some MEPs, under the Bilderberg control is all that would be needed to mess around with some laws....

The new world order wanted by the Bilderberg Group involves creating two levels of society, rulers and servants. It also includes: the centralization of foreign affairs (Think UN/NATO/etc.); one international set of rules (again, think UN, also foreign intervention, forcing one set of rules on all countries); a global welfare state where the obedient will be rewarded and the did-obedient will be punished; and a zero growth economy, which will get rid of the prospects for the servant class, and remove the ability of the servants to have any power/control.

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Yugoslav war Edit

Leading Serbs blamed the Bilderberg group for starting the Yugoslav war in order to out Milosevic. Why? Well, presumably Milosevic was going against the group's will, but, the Bilderberg group allegedly uses war and terror, etc, to control people's minds.

Bin Laden et. al. Edit

Osama Bin Laden apparently believed that the Bilderberg Group was Pulling the strings of society, so part of his leading of Jihad was to stop the Bilderberg group and allow people equality, democracy, and the right to make something of their lives. Which makes him sound like a decent bloke if you ignore literally every other aspect of his existence. David Copeland and Timothy McVeigh also believed in the Bilderberg group controlling society.

Iraq Edit

Tony Gosling, a former journalist, says that he first heard of the US plan to invade Iraq came in 2002 from the Bilderberg group. This is a year before the invasion. The invasion led to Iraq going from a brutal

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but stable regime to a brutal and entirely unstable regime, thereby increasing fear of the populace. It ultimately lead to the rise of the Islamic State, which has carried out atrocities across the globe. This is fear that is being used to control people. Snooping laws are brought in on the premises of security.

Jesse Ventura Edit

Jesse Ventura has/had a TV show called Jesse Ventura: Conspiracy Theories. He did an episode on the Bilderberg Group. The adverts for the show had him saying "Conspiracy theories with me, Jesse Ventura" as if I'm supposed to know him. I don't know him. Never heard of him before the show. Some former professional wrestler. Maybe he took a few too many hits to the head and that is why he has a conspiracy theory show....

Counters to conspiracies Edit

Denis Healey, former British PM and founder of the Bilderberg Group, called such claims 'Crap!'. But then he would say that, wouldn't he?!?!

Alasdair Spark, an apparent expert on conspiracy theories, says it is basically a load of rubbish, and all the old conspiracies about Jews ruling the world are now the Bilderberg Group. I want to know what mak

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es him an expert!! Is it because he says it? Does he have a degree? Or did he just write a book? I have written a page on here before, am I and expert? If so I say that this is a sinister organization and one that threatens the very illusion of democracy that we have now. See? I can say stuff and back it up with little to no evidence either, Mr. Sparkles or whatever your name is. He also says "Oh, rich people getting together and organising things to protect themselves, isn't that just capitalism?? LOLOLOLOLOLOL" and I don't like his attitude. It might be capitalism, so? Maybe there is no free-market? Maybe the very fact there is any regulation at all makes it a controlled-market economy? Anyway, isn't rich people getting together to try and get more power and money not just capitalism, but also most of this conspiracy? You say it is rubbish because it is true.... And just because something has a name doesn't mean it is good and we should just be like, yeah, whatever, it has a name. Coprophage. It means eating poop. Should we be cool with that aswell? No. It is weird. I don't like it.

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Members Edit

Members include; David Cameron, Bill Clinton (Wow, Hillary is just all over this associating with evil all powerful groups...), Colin Powell, BrYan Frange, Enoch Powell, Darth Vader, Admiral Ackbar, Alex Jones, Frank Sidebottom, James T. Kirk, and Juan Carlos I of Spain.

Formidable, no?

Anyways... Edit

Anyways.... The Bilderberg group is a group of rich and powerful people gathering together and trying to stay rich and powerful. That's about it. Whether they are inherently evil is up for debate, but it looks suspicious.

What's this got to do with the Unbelievable Podcast? Nothing much, I was just watching T.V. and someone said that all Sly Stallone's kids have the initials S.S. so I was thinking, maybe he's a NAZI?!?!?! But no, apparently not, he's just a bit of a weirdo. That lead me to stumble across some prince dude who did the Bilderberg thing, and then I found the reference to an american comedian who moved to Los Angeles and then became a douche with Oakleys.

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Time for some references with the old system I'm not allowed to used for my work any more.... I miss it....

Origins Edit

Bilderberg Group, wikipedia

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bilderberg_Group

NAZI Edit

Prince Bernhard, wikipedia

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prince_Bernhard_of_Lippe-Biesterfeld

World Order Edit

The True Story of the Bilderberg Group, Global Research

http://www.globalresearch.ca/the-true-story-of-the-bilderberg-group-and-what-they-may-be-planning-now/1

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Bilderberg: 5 top conspiracies, mirror

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/weird-news/bilderberg-5-top-conspiracy-theories-3636750

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Bin Laden et. al., Iraq war, Yugoslav war, Counters to conspiracies, Edit

Bilderberg: The ultimate conspiracy, BBC News

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/magazine/3773019.stm

Famous Members Edit

Famous Bilderberg Group Members, ranker

http://www.ranker.com/list/famous-bilderberg-group-members/user-x

My Imagintation, My head

Jesse Ventura Edit

Jesse Ventura unofficial site, (Secret Societies)

http://www.jesseventura.net/conspiracy-theory/

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