This article appeared a couple of weeks ago over at Alex Jones', and I decided, this is one we have to just sort of let percolate for a while, before commenting.

Bilderberg Members Discuss Killing Ron Paul

My problem here is not merely the reliance upon an "insider source." Granted, that reliance raises the usual problems of insider sources: how do we know that this isn't a deliberate "meme" being planted by the very elite holding the meeting, that they are, indeed, panicked by Ron Paul and what he represents in terms of economic and financial philosophy?

Once one phrases the question in terms of economic and financial philosophy, the questions multiply like rabbits. Consider this statement:

"Back in December 2007, best-selling author and Bilderberg sleuth Daniel Estulin told the Alex Jones Show that the U.S. intelligence establishment was considering assassinating Paul as a means of derailing the Ron Paul Revolution, which later gave rise to the Tea Party and spawned a generation of anti-big government grass roots activists."

Now, anyone who has read my books knows I have respect for Estulin's Bilderberg research, and, for that matter, admire Alex Jones for his attempt to cover and expose these types of stories.

But I have to wonder, is there really a Ron Paul revolution? If so, then coupling the Tea Party to that revolution has to make me wonder: where were these staunch advocates of constitutionality during the recent votes on the National Defense Authorization Act? Where were the protests? the marches?

I don't see a revolution here, I see nothing but a coopted movement at best, and yet another elite-driven and created "movement" at worst. And if the Tea Party represents the Ron Paul revolution, I am as skeptical of it as I am of all the occupy movements.

But on the other side, if these insider sources are indeed telling the truth, it's good news, in a sense, that these elites are panicked. I've been arguing for a long time that they are showing signs of it, if one is willing to look, and if one is willing to drop the dogma that they are omnipotent and their plans are omnicompetent and infallible. But one doesn't need an insider source to tell us that, either.

Nor did we need an insider to tell us that the Bilderbergers would be upset over someone like Ron Paul and openly(at least, openly at their secret meetings) be wishing for the convenient airplane crash to take out the meddlesome anti-imperialist Congressman.

The real news here might be that there are insiders in the Bilderbergs and similar groups that are, themselves, revolted by the manifest failure of these elites, and if that's the case, I suspect more and more "insiders" will come along. If so, then we need to weight what they say against corroborating contexts.

See you on the flip side...

Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. Bear claw Chris Lapp on June 12, 2012 at 2:53 pm

    There’s no question in my mind that Alex Jones is a disinformation agent for the Anglo-American elite. The whole sneaking into Bohemian Grove video gave it away for me. Also the masonic hand signs that he throws up (the 666 “OK” sign, the horned hand sign) don’t help his case either. He comes across as someone who was trained to act as he does.

    His followers get extremely hostile at any question of his motives. A lot of these people are just as closed minded as your standard Limbaugh or Hannity listener, they just have a different person providing the information.

    I predict that Jones will play a major part in the globalist endgame. Ron Paul is another one who’s bought and paid for. They may even work together?

    • Zubaz on June 12, 2012 at 3:24 pm

      I agree Bear Claw. Anyone who has even the slightest knowledge of how the Secret Service operates knows that there is no way that an individual “sneaks in” to an area where presidents etc. reside. I used to live in Los Angeles next door to a former Secretary of State who used to host George W. Bush at his house. The whole neighborhood of Bel Air was blocked off to resident’s only. You had to prove that you lived in the neighborhood to even get in. The 405 highway was entirely shut down, and the majority of the LAPD was securing the area in plain clothes. Do you really think Alex Jones a man with no military training whatsoever could just wander through some pine trees and show up at Bohemian Grove.

      Alex Jones is a mouthpiece for the New World Order and here is why:

      1) He did not sneak into Bohemian Grove because that is utterly impossible.
      2) The video which he “filmed” which supposedly “exposes” Bohemian Grove is merely a whitewashed video to show the public to alleviate legitimate concerns they have about The Grove being a site of dark occult rituals. The video shows a mock pagan ritual that might as well take place in Central Park. This was a great disinformation piece.
      3) Alex Jones rose to prominence almost weeks after the real voice of the American Patriot movement, Bill Cooper, was killed in a government raid on his home. Alex Jones completely hijacked the 9/11 truth movement and steered it away from any semblance of legitimacy.
      4) He is the front man for the Tea Party, which was deliberately designed to embarrass the truth movement and make it look like a mob of dumb backwards hicks, (which it is!).
      5) He constantly appears on mainstream media news sites. He appears way too often for someone who is supposed to be “exposing the elite”. Name one other legitimate conspiracy researcher who appears on MSNBC and CNN?

      Wake Up! Alex Jones is a liar!!

  2. Karl on June 12, 2012 at 1:58 pm

    Not a whole lot of the folks mentioning the infamous Bilderberg group know – or mention – the documented fact that this illustrious grouping of would-be world controllers has not been founded by Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands, alone. The main force behind it was Joseph Retinger, a Bolshevik, and Zionist.

    But then, Alex never goes near that topic, his funding might suffer. And, his deception might unravel, big time.

  3. kamutef on June 12, 2012 at 1:51 am

    The Tea Party is the Koch funded GOP (Get Obama Party), so no threat to the elites. I think they (the Bilderbergers) miscalculated.
    They thought we were all well and truly comatose in front of the TV when they launched stage one of the financial ‘restructuring’ in 2008.
    By 2011 the Arab spring was in progress and Occupy could command millions into the streets around the world at the press of a button.
    Now we’ve got documentaries like Surviving Progress which have gone mainstream and the genie is well and truly out of the bottle.
    The problem for the Bilderbergers being that they have got no credible counter argument that carries any authority, so they have reverted to their tried and tested strategies, divide and conquer, pitting the public sector workers against private sector workers whilst trying to destroy organised labour institutions. Even this strategy is fooling no one as evidenced by the burgeoning number of recall elections.

  4. Hammer on June 11, 2012 at 11:44 pm

    The people who rule the world or they think they do and it is pretty much the case on the surface, have said many years ago that human sacrifice is acceptable in order to carry out their plans for the new world order. So, bumping off a president, a family, two skyscrapers full of people, even entire nations, is nothing new to them and it shouldn`t be to us. But we “cattle” “sheep” or whatever we want to call ourselves are not resolute enough to stand up to these people as a whole. The creepiest moment in my life was when I heard the speech from George Bush the elder when he said, “now we can see a new world order comming into view”. The dumb jerk didn`t look human as he hissed out those words.

  5. Peter Robinson on June 11, 2012 at 8:16 pm

    Joseph I would be interested to hear your view on the Council for National Policy. The whole Bilderberg meme seems to have taken on an almost Soap Opera type spectacle. I would speculate that the Elite hold many more influential meetings all over the world so why are we given this one. If you actually look at Paul’s proposed financial policies and planned austerity; I think you would find the the Elite would welcome him with open arms. As for Alex Jones, anyone who applies the trivium, Grammar, Logic and Rhetoric will quickly spot dozens of fallicies in his presentations. Classic use of appeals to emotion, tradition, begging the question and Ad hominem. Peter Dale Scott provides interesting links between these characters, the John Birch Society and the Council for National Policy worth a look at.

    • Joseph P. Farrell on June 11, 2012 at 8:54 pm

      I agree… I am loathe to use such sources, but I thought this was a story worth posting anyway. And you’re right, they would love Paul’s austerity program… I’ve said ALL ALONG I am DEEPLY suspicious of Paul’s gold buggery…not to coin a pun

  6. dunc on June 11, 2012 at 7:49 pm

    butterfly flaps wings creates hurricane ? rainbow? johnny apple seed etc.we are becoming philosophical .you would have to be an idiot if you thought redundancy in triplicate is how the world should work.oh yeh! the premise of social engineering has succeeded when one believes using relativism is some how brilliant and open minded. welcome to land of the litigous…pauls a great start.they will never fully succeed in quantified free will.

  7. Kent on June 11, 2012 at 6:07 pm

    Ron Paul may not be over yet. And to his achievements in congress, maybe he didn’t get many bills passed but that is only because he never played the political game of back scratching. He kept his compass on course.

    ABOUT death for Ron Paul. Should the dollar crash in July and all the electronic “money” suddenly disappear, who but Paul will the people turn to. Who else could fix the mess following a disaster like that?

    Personally, I don’t think any politicians can fix a mess like that. Bring the troops home and begin a reset of the monetary system. These things I study.

  8. romanmel on June 11, 2012 at 5:47 pm

    Pardon my somewhat gritty honesty.

    If you want to avoid disappointment in supporting a politician, remember this:
    Treat a politician, as many men would treat a prostitute.

    Use them for what you need.
    Never fall in love with them.
    Never trust them.
    Cast them asside when they no longer please you.

    Nuff said.

    • LSM on June 12, 2012 at 12:21 pm

      “politics may not be the oldest profession in the world but the results are the same”- attributed to Ronald Reagan

  9. HPrice on June 11, 2012 at 2:57 pm

    Why can’t people see that Ron Paul, the so called Bilderbergers and Alex Jones are part of the same group? Ron Paul has been on capital hill for how many years??? And what has he achieved?? Nothing. Alex Jones has been shouting and bawling and making videos for years and what has he achieved?? NOTHING! … except for making people scared. THAT’S HIS JOB! He is not interested in the truth. He is not interested in anything apart from making money and scaring people witless with his tales of fear but never really telling you the real truth. Of course like any mis-information/dis-information agent, he will tell you SOME of the truth. But he will, like most of you will already know, seed it with nonsense too.

    I have mentioned here, I believe before, that Jones has very close ties to the Bronfman family of Canada (who I believe fund him). They are a very powerful group with ties to organised crime. One of the Bronfman’s is married to that ‘great American Patriot’, John McCain. Are you getting the picture now??? Look at the people who advertise on his radio programme and websites. Look at who he associates with. Look at his deeds. Look at the way he very early on in his career conned a family out of some money while purporting to be helping them!

    He is much more the problem than part of the solution. People should ignore him rather than keep giving him the attention he most certainly doesn’t deserve.

    There are far more worthy people of one’s attention: Michael Collins Piper, Mark Glenn, Daryl Bradford Smith. People who are giving you the real truth about what is happening in the US, and the Middle East (which are inextricably linked) due to the nefarious force at work in both countries.

    Oh and ps. I don’t believe that Rand Paul has thrown in the towel at all. He is a confirmed Zionist after all, and they NEVER give in the towel. They keep going no matter what. They do not care about anything else except their messianic ideology. He is owned hook line and sinker, and will continue pushing the case for Israel until he is deemed to be of no more use or he says the wrong thing and comes to a sticky end.

    So please people stop quoting Alex Jones, and stories from Infowars. It only shows your ignorance and naivety of what is really going on in the world, and hurts the dissemination of real truth. Not the fake truth put out by Alexander Emerick Jones.


    • Robert Barricklow on June 11, 2012 at 5:30 pm

      Now that’s a Price I can live with.

      Well said.

    • Kent on June 11, 2012 at 5:58 pm

      “It only shows your ignorance and naivety of what is really going on in the world, and…” not a nice thing to say to anyone, especially people here

      • Robert Barricklow on June 11, 2012 at 6:49 pm

        I meant no disrespect to HPrice.
        My sense of humor is, shall we say, not always seen in the light I intended.

        Ron Paul; howerver, is not all he’s cracked up to be. Numerous posts of mine have said so.
        Webster Tarpley has done alot digging, and dug up some dirty facts, from my perspective.

        • legioXIV on June 11, 2012 at 8:52 pm

          I would have to agree with that Robert, especially with the events of last Thursday, Ron conceding to Romney and little rand endorsing Mittons and saying how good he is. Even Alex Jones is turning on them.
          Shades of Roosevelt/Wilson situation.

    • JAson on June 11, 2012 at 9:41 pm

      Love the Jone’s haters. These people try to make him out like he’s the second coming of Joseph Goebbels! He’s a terrible disinfo agent; I heard him talk badly about vaccines on his radio show so I looked it up and it seems like he was on to something – they probably are bad for you. And I find he’s an awful mis-information agent; he quotes directly from the American founding fathers giving those who will listen a glimmer of hope in their own quest to drive tyranny from the land their forefathers conquered. I know the Illuminists want order out of chaos but I don’t think they’re paying people to go out talk shit about them except that shit is the actual truth. And yet, it’s not even the whole truth. As someone aptly pointed out, he doesn’t know it all. I mean d’uh. Who has the whole truth and knows every last angle? c’mon now.

      If you really want to be a part of the solution you’ve got to read more about the problem than on just one website, seriously.

      You know people, Jone’s doesn’t do UFO shows or lochness monster conferences, I credit him for sticking mostly to tangible issues and pursuing a variety of guests to have on his show to let his audience decide what the extent is of the situation we find ourselves in today. And if he is working for the enemy then he will at some point betray his true nature and eventually we’ll have to decide what to do with him as well as the rest of the eugenicist slime show.

    • LSM on June 12, 2012 at 2:12 pm

      Hi Hprice,

      I’ve always taken Alex Jones with a shaker of salt (his grated voice is contrived- I’m an opera-singer by profession- I “recognize” voices)-

      “Look at the way he very early on in his career conned a family out of some money while purporting to be helping them”- this is a big statement- could you please back this up with documentation?- would be very appreciated- thanks in advance

      • HPrice on June 12, 2012 at 2:52 pm

        Thanks for all your comments. I tend to rather go into a bit of a ranting mood when Alex Jones is mentioned. I have the red mists and … wahhh!!

        Anyway, as JAson said, AJ is a terrible disinfo agent and I totally agree. Thats why I find it more than a little annoying that people still follow him, praise him, listen to him and take notice of him. It drives me just a little crazy. Oh well such is life I suppose.

        As for the comment about AJ conning a family. I remember reading about it years ago … as recently as about 2007 I think. Anyway, here is a link to a piece about the story. My memory of it is a bit befuddled now but it talks about what Jones did:

        There is probably more on it if you do a bit of a dig on the net.

        (to Robert Barricklow: … I’ve got a terrible, black sense of humour so I understand!! lol)

        (to Kent: my apologies … see the “red mist” thing above!!)

        (ps I don’t trust Webster Tarpley either. He has predicted too many things, in the past, that have not happened. He smells to much of people like Major Ed Dames, remote viewer (un)extraordinaire!)

  10. Paul De Gagne on June 11, 2012 at 1:12 pm

    Does anyone read Foucault? Power lies in networks or assemblies not in Individual Persons. (Obama is nothing — just a white-faced smuck shown to the World! It’s the Structure (Office) of the Presidency that is Power?)

    Marshell McCluhan got me hip to this when he mentioned a King deligating His (Divine?) Authority or the beginning of a lessening of Sovereignty.

    I don’t know? Maybe I am missing something? I know that ‘Headlessness” or “Decentralization” is much harder to get rid of. No one Man is ever a real threat for the ‘PRICE OF A BULLET or some other devious means of assasination is much cheaper than the loss of billions in profits?

    Does this make me kind of a ‘States Rights” person versus some Federalist?

    I know it would be much more difficult to take over 50 states (regions) one at a time then to overpower Washington DC. (I know there are giant holes in this form of reasoning and it may be even ‘passe’> but this still makes sense to me?)

    • adam on June 18, 2012 at 2:28 pm

      Paul: recognizing the diffused nature of power is important and I wish Foucault was brought up more in these kinds of discussions. It doesn’t make one a State’s rights person however, because larger aggregate structures need to be changed too and any grass roots movement is hopeless in this globalized society without changing the large scale institutions. I do think individual states are a great place to start. Ellen Brown- who Mr. Farrell quotes quite often in Babylon’s Banksters- advocates State run banks similar to North Dakota as a more practical move towards winning back the financial power for the people. Its even something radicals from both sides could possibly get on board with. Ron Paul’s Austrian Economics is very much against such things but I suspect he really believes it is the way to hedge against tyranny. Its strange how the language of austerity becomes the the only conceivable framework as soon as fear is involved. What would be possible if we all patiently, strategically took back the banks for the people?

  11. JAson on June 11, 2012 at 10:14 am


    I suspect that a follow up blog entry will be forthcoming related to this one and you have stated previously that you write these posts upwards of 1-2 weeks before publishing. That possibly means that when you wrote this Rand Paul had not yet announced his endorsement of Willard and Ron’s conceding of his delegates yet?

    It is plausible that Ron & Rand have now avoided their own plane crashes by ‘giving up the chase’. Even though I’m Canadian I find myself awash in awful thoughts about what has transpired here now with that father and son. Even their biggest radio supporter Alex Jones has said that he felt queasy about the delegate strategy from way back.

    The Ron Paul revolution was/is in reality just a marketing term and I tend to agree with Napoleon that it only comes from great need. I would however like to point out to all the naysayers that Alex Jones is fond of reminding people that the American Revolution was started with less than 5% of the population and eventually routed the largest colonial power ever. If there are roughly 300 million Americans today, 5% is 15 million people. There are that many people awake right now but I will concede that the chances of uniting them all in a short period of time (especially geographically united, ie; a solidarity march) is slim.

    There is one more thing for my post here and I know a lot of awakened people must be feeling this also; a massive riot catalyst is looming. I’ve been wondering at the prospect that a significant number of Ron Paul/Alex Jones supporters have been placated by rational calls for peaceful engagement of the elite. This has been even more pronounced by Ron Pauls recent call for his supporters to respect the Florida convention coming up.

    Let us not forget that the state of Florida has been complicit in a number of treasonous activities in the last decade and let us not be fooled that all of Ron Paul’s support groups are grass roots activists. The elites have infiltrated nearly everything and this time frame is perfectly suited for them to unleash a group or multiple groups of supposedly angry Paul supporters at the convention massacring hundreds in the name of the constitution. Using American made weapons.

    A false-flag gun massacre at the Florida convention supposedly in the name of inflamed Paul supporters (and those who preach the constitution) could have the impact required to restrict guns on a level never thought necessary before. Obama would have all the political capital he needs to sign the necessary laws banning most weapons. Think about it. False-flag participants arrive on buses, trains, and planes. Then hands-in-the-pants security checks become standardized and expanded everywhere. The shooters also will have used the internet extensively to coordinate their attacks so the web will have to be clamped down even more.

    Yes it hurts that Ron & Rand seem to have thrown in the towel but I guarantee you the slobbering elites want very badly for some REAL Paul supporters to lose their heads and start shooting people. Or in the worser case, they will use the fakestream media to foment hints of unrest leading up to Florida and then unleash mayhem. The co-opted Occupy movement could also be used. It’s the most scary potential bonanza for blowing up the freedom movement as we know it.

    If you agree with this, please mention it while calling in to your favorite patriot radio shows. I personally will go toe to toe if push comes to shove but level heads must prevail at this time.

    • Jedi on June 11, 2012 at 12:01 pm

      X 10 sun

      ahhh… you sound scared…maybe you could sacrifice some soldiers…..if you can find them.
      Jason and friday the 13th killing off all those beautiful college kids….go mask boy go

    • spiritsplice on June 11, 2012 at 12:53 pm

      If you think there are 15 million people in America with their heads on straight who are free thinking and aware you are delusional.

      • Jedi on June 11, 2012 at 1:25 pm

        perhaps 12 thousand…give or take.

        and they dont give a dam about Scarlet.

        GAME OVER honey bunny

  12. Pedro Marcos on June 11, 2012 at 9:28 am

    Well remembered Hal838. That should be a lesson to us all. What I notice is that the effort spent to hide the “game” is diminishing fast.

    • HAL838 on June 11, 2012 at 10:38 pm

      Indeed !
      They’ve peaked and only a set fate can stop them.
      Why should they hide ?
      Game over.
      Who wins ?

      Strangely enough, only THEY know.

  13. HAL838 on June 11, 2012 at 9:15 am

    It is probably the Controllers way of having Ron Paul say bye-bye
    [he’s likely retiring]
    as he only remained on the scene to dupe those who
    are still stupid enough to think that voting actually can, will,
    or does change anything, to keep their complacancy,
    SHUP UP and go back to sleep !

    • HAL838 on June 11, 2012 at 9:21 am

      AND the Controllers don’t WISH for airplane crashes !

      If it wasn’t for THEM, there would hardly be any at all !


      • Jedi on June 11, 2012 at 9:43 am

        He is afterall from Texas and those oil men keep a tight fist on there gubermints…..remember who shot JR in Dallas.

        Ewing….lol energy wing.

        JR John and Robert.

        • HAL838 on June 11, 2012 at 10:40 pm

          Interesting, but I have never been a fan of such entertainment.

  14. Pedro Marcos on June 11, 2012 at 8:39 am

    “People are not waking up, what is happening is the like minded few of us are able to find each other now because of the net. The amount of people is no different. It gives the illusion of people seeing the truth.It is not in the words, it’s in the actions.”

    Spiritsplice, I do see some people opening their eyes, but in the great scheme of things, your observation is spot on. The one that do open their eyes are not enough. There is a long, long way to go, and I dare say that, by definition, the “people” can´t see what is in front of their noses, mostly because they do not care, even about the very stuff that directly affects their daily lives.
    Call me elitist if you want, but revolutions are never begin with the people.
    All that “People” talk is just rethoric. That is sad but that is how things are.

    • Robert Barricklow on June 11, 2012 at 8:56 am

      I like Napoleon’s response whe they asked, the “son of revolution”, how he defines it?

      “Three meals away”

      • Jedi on June 11, 2012 at 9:45 am

        canned response

        • Robert Barricklow on June 11, 2012 at 12:12 pm

          I just opened up this can of worms:
          after all, to argue with the king, one has to use the king’s language, whether or not the intial premise makes sense.
          Terms like reckless or redemption(taken from the language of ancient finance. In the larger sense, the same could be said of guilt, freedom, forgiveness, and even sin. Arguements about who really owes what to whom have played out in shaping our basic vocabulary of right and wrong.
          All this aa a prelude to:
          the great classicist Moses Finely often liked to say, in the ancient world, all revolutionaries had a sib\ngle program, “Cancel all debts and redistribute the land”.

          • Jedi on June 11, 2012 at 12:28 pm

            turning the bull into a white snow fantasy?

            I have been invited to a party….the buds of light….ahh, i like hemlock and drink willingly.

            Touche, my fine intel.

  15. Robert Barricklow on June 11, 2012 at 8:17 am

    Can’t see it, in the sense that Ron Paul, is just another damn puppet.
    Usually, the puppets that end-up cutting their strings, are not long for the world stage thereafter.

    Like one of my favorite blues songs goes,
    You got all the right strings baby,
    you’ve just got the …wrong pinocchio.

  16. spiritsplice on June 11, 2012 at 6:01 am

    Your point about not seeing a revolution is what I have been saying for years. This while idea that “people are waking up” is just another controlled meme. If people really were waking up, things like NDAA would have been heavily attacked, yet it is business as usual. Drones patrolling American skies? No problem. Hands in your pants at the airport? Yes Sir.

    People are not waking up, what is happening is the like minded few of us are able to find each other now because of the net. The amount of people is no different. It gives the illusion of people seeing the truth.It is not in the words, it’s in the actions. Voter fraud notwithstanding, people still wanted Romney more than Paul and will vote for Obama in spite of everything he has been party to just as they did with Clinton and Bush Jr. Did he steal the election? Probably, but the fact that it was close means nearly half of the voters voted for him.

    As they say, the more things change, the more they stay the same.

    Imagine what the politics of the now missing planet must have looked like or the meetings amongst “the gods” who created mankind.

    We have seen the enemy and it is us.

    • Jedi on June 11, 2012 at 6:21 am

      we have seen the enemy and it is us

      ever see how “family” behave towards each other over inheritances.

      $ repent….the root of evil

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