While this is nothing new and happens every year, of course Alex is capitalizing on it again—and the meeting hasn’t even begun. Would it be too much to hope that THIS year will be a little more exciting? They were in a panic last year, too.
Meetings are typically at a Marriott, which is telling in itself and staff always cooperate fully in maintaining the safety and secrecy of the Bilderbergers at the expense of inconveniencing other guests and stomping on the rights of journalists. The intimidation continues because the globalists are lawless and money talks—very loudly. ~ BP
Agenda for Copenhagen Confab Illustrates Global Elite in Panic
May 28, 2014
A cloak of secrecy has descended around the site of the 2014 Bilderberg Group conference in Copenhagen after two reporters were arrested inside the Marriott Hotel for refusing to delete footage of Bilderberg organizers who were confronted about their role in planning the clandestine meeting.
Having safely checked into the Marriott two days before 120 of the world’s most influential power brokers gather for their annual confab, it was soon made very apparent that security preparations were in full swing, with the second floor of the hotel completely out of bounds for guests, as security staff working on behalf of Bilderberg made regular patrols around the both inside and outside the premises.
People with cameras, whether they were taking photos or not, were harassed and ordered not to take pictures, as Bilderberg organizers began to gather in the lobby of the Marriott.
Two independent reporters decided to take the opportunity to confront the organizers, who at first denied any knowledge of Bilderberg before becoming visibly irate at being asked polite questions. Security staff soon arrived on the scene and demanded that everyone in the vicinity delete their footage.
When they refused to delete their footage and asked to leave the hotel, security staff attempted to physically detain them and called the police. Although police admitted that a judge’s permission is required to delete footage, they were arrested for merely acting suspiciously and taken to jail before being released an hour later.
London Guardian reporter Charlie Skelton and myself were later ordered to leave the hotel on orders of the secret service despite having already checked in for the night.
The arrests served to highlight the fact that there is such a paucity of mainstream coverage of Bilderberg that independent reporters have to risk being thrown in prison simply to ask questions about a meeting, the security for which is taxpayer funded, that has a huge impact on global affairs.
Other security procedures illustrate the paranoia which routinely surrounds Bilderberg, including ice cream sellers a mile away from the hotel being told by police to watch out for “suspicious individuals.” Large barricades were being erected around the site of the Marriott this morning as the Bilderberg wall of secrecy began to descend.