Well, predictably, the world's elites gathered in Copenhagen for this year's Bilderblither meeting, and amid the prattling and globaloney, a certain agenda emerged, according to RT which reported on a set of talking points gleaned by Bilderblitherer researcher Daniel Estulin. Mind you, I like Mr. Estulin's research, so the blither isn't coming from him, it's coming from the self-appointed elites that get invited to these festivities:

Bilderberg Meeting Leaked Agenda

Now, as one commentator points out, the difficulty with any analysis of the Bilderblither meetings is precisely the fact that there is no documentation about what they're blithering about. But I rather suspect that Mr. Estulin's list of alleged talking points, and RT's rather op-ed presentation of it, are accurate. For one thing, most readers here probably share the concerns of this author over rumored attempts to reign in internet freedom. The internet has been the chief means of an information revolution...

...and it has been the principal actor in the growing cyncism around the world, and particularly in the West, of people toward their non-responsive governments and their real corporate and banking masters. Similarly, the recent election results in various European countries, most notably in Europe largest thermonuclear power, France, against the European Union and increasing calls in various nations for a withdrawal from the oligarchical and technocratic dictates of Brussels is bound also to be of concern. The Bilderblitherers are bound to react to this, and to exercise every effort via their media organs to restore confidence in their Europrojekt.

But I strongly suspect that center stage at the meeting was the BRICSA bloc, and more particularly, Russia and China, for as the article avers, Russia and China form a powerful counterweight to that group's attempt to encircle and dismember Russia. The article suggests something in relation to this question and the internet that is quite interesting, and that is contained in a statement that requires one read very carefully between the lines:

"The destructive potential of cyber attacks is growing rapidly as reliance on the internet in all aspects of life rises. But the threat of state-sponsored hacker attacks is what some governments may use as a pretext for clamping down on the internet, undermining its role as a medium for the sake of security."

This is a carefully thought-out statement in my opinion, and it's an indicator from Russia that if there is such a large-scale internet or cyber-attack in the West, it will not be the BRICSA nations, and in particular Russia, behind it. It will be, the article is suggesting, a false flag designed to clamp down on "internet security," and deny the very freedom of ideas and expression that has, up till now, been a great propaganda boon to that country. Consider, for example, only the internet chatter surrounding Syria prior to Mr. Putin's intervention in that hot spot.  That statement is also stating something else, and it is present only by implication: on the geopolitical plane, none of the BRICSA nations, and Russia in particular, have little vested geopolitical interest in staging cyber attacks.

So consider the speculative implications here: Brazil and Germany and France have all called for a more independent European internet, and Brazil and the rest of the BRICSA nations have begun steps to create a "USA-free internet." And now, RT informs us of potential cyber attacks in a commentary on the Bilderblither meeting in Copenhagen. Perhaps, just perhaps, Russia is quietly letting the world know that it may have more than just surmises on the matter. Perhaps it has some intelligence? If so, then that would put its recent insistence that Visa and Mastercard construct a clearing and payments center in Russia in a very different perspective.


See you on the flip side.

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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. LSM on June 17, 2014 at 12:24 pm

    “The internet has been the chief means of an information revolution…

    …and it has been the principal actor in the growing cynicism around the world, and particularly in the West, of people toward their non-responsive governments and their real corporate and banking masters”-


    so taking that a step farther to divert us from the ‘MSM reality’ check out the following:

    just as a ‘tidbit’ (brace yourself!):


    nothing would surprise me anymore; I came to the conclusion a looong time ago the more preposterous/absurd/fantastical/bizarre a report initially appears the more truth there most probably is behind it;

    so chide me if you will/ban me from this website but I think we should all weigh the info;

    anyway, Obama is the man “without a past” (no orthographic records of his previous existence whatsoever)so why should one not believe his present life still exists in the shadows?- then be aware of scum-bag Larry Sinclair’s website (controlled opposition- most probably hiding the truth out in the open)+ the info regarding the unexplainable deaths of 2 openly gay men in Obama’s Chicago church;

    make of the video what you will; but I tend to think it’s most probably the truth knowing what a world of complete deception we’re all living in-

    stay well all-


  2. LSM on June 17, 2014 at 10:41 am

    “the recent election results in various European countries, most notably in Europe largest thermonuclear power, France, against the European Union”- am not convinced France is Europe’s largest thermonuclear power (it’s most probably Germany but that’s another undisclosed topic)-

    Marine Le Pen continues to amass more of a following by the day because (as my Greek co-worker has stated): ‘she’s the only European politician making any sense whatsoever’- not only my Alsatian-French life’s partner (+ his brother/sister-in-law) is behind her (all three don’t agree 100% with her policies) but they feel voting (assuming the vote ‘counts’) for either of the two major provided political parties will bring no positive change whatsoever to France;

    the French (at least the ones still awake- many still are not) have had it up to the brim being forced to pay increasingly added ‘taxes’ to support ‘boat people’ (generalization); not to mention my life’s partner is forced to pay ca. 7000 Euros per yr. to support the children born to non-wed mothers- neither of us have anything against women having a child out of wedlock but when non-participants are monetarily forced to pay for the up-keep of bastard children we both question the ‘benevolence’ of the system-

    stay well all-


  3. DownunderET on June 16, 2014 at 2:24 pm

    In a recent interview with GAH, Joseph said that groups such as the Bilderbuggers have lost control of what they thought they had, in other words, they don’t have the power they once had, and someone has taken over as the top dog. Imagine Henry Kissmeagain realizing that his portfolio of being “the mouse that roared”, has been deleted and his pompous righteous self is an empty shell. Well the Bilderbuggers have had their day and now the once a year meetings don’t mean much anymore. Maybe next years meeting agenda will be how to retire with dignity!!!!

  4. Daryl Davis on June 16, 2014 at 11:57 am

    As a late arrival to the whole elite/PTB torch and pitchfork party, I must say that I’m still left confused quite often as to exactly whom we’re supposed to be tarring and feathering. Surely ALL these Bilderblatherers aren’t running the world TOGETHER?

    Richey riches types are notorious for their jealous backbiting and ambitious intrigues, all largely confined within their own social circles. Their vanity and their lust for status and power runneth over, yes. But surely most would consider it beneath them to “waste” a second pondering, let alone secretly plotting against, our already lowly fates.

    That these aging brats would OSTENTATIOUSLY convene to “plan” the curtailing of our freedoms and the forcing of a full-time appreciation from us of their power and their superiority — and that all of this would “somehow” then be leaked to us — should provide sufficient proof to skeptics and realists alike that these are not in fact the real puppet masters. This is only their gaudy side show.

    And anyway, what fun would inherited/stolen wealth and elite status be without an occasional I’m-a-god-too rendezvous? These modern Bilderblatherer morons (Was Donald Trump invited?)lap up your accusations and suspicions of them — that they still possess real power — much like dogs lap up spilled chili. Don’t feed them with your calumny and your bile.

    I concur with what I perceive to be Dr. Farrell’s view — that at some point, most likely in the last century, the military-industrial sector[Roll over and go back to sleep, Ike], having developed truly formidable, space-age technologies, usurped the power of their wealthy banker benefactors and took control of the world’s finances — and thus control of the world’s agenda — whether in one blacked-out coup in America or in many.

    And THOSE folks would’t meet once a year(on Earth) in broad daylight for all to see.

  5. Robert Barricklow on June 16, 2014 at 10:13 am

    Ultimately what we have is an established system in play. Not as adaptive as nature herself, for whom the system wants to cage & have absolute control of, but which would never try itself. The pyramid structure of organization, the centralization of power, these & other structures are inherent to achieve power of the few over the many. The internet gives both power to the individual AND the many. It is not of the pyramid(except as commercialism slowly erodes it’s designer’s safe guards), it’s basically decentralized. It is ironic that the sadness of the world is that most wrong things can’t be fixed. They stay broken. And you live with the mess, because you have no choice. The internet gave people choice AND, sadly it is now the elite who experience a hint of the peoples’ sadness and want to CONTROL it, by whatever means necessary. Still there has been a slow capitalist colonization of the internet. the extent has not been as obtrusive as it might have been, because of the vast reach of cyberspace that has continued to permit noncommercial utilization, but increasingly on the margins. Nothing enrages the internet community more than advertising & commercialism. The internet is a public utility as should be health, banking, power companies, education.
    No doubt in “they’re” quest to privatize it all and own everything including “you”; the internet, no doubt, has a copyrighted bullseye painted on it. To achieve this will be the usual suspects with the solution waiting, and we all know the name of that tune, it’s been played before as the Century For the New American Project/the next pearl harbor.

  6. Enlil's a Dog on June 16, 2014 at 7:49 am

    They are going to have to be very, very careful if they want to wage some kind of flase flag event centred around the internet.

    It is one thing to wreak havoc in the middle east and in eastern europe, they’re both sooooooooo far away and besides they don’t interfere with Joe Bloggs ability to watch his football, cricket and baseball with his mates around the barby with a slab, but by gee by jingo by crikey, you mess with Joe Bloggs and Sally house wife’s facebook and twitter access and you’ll have a world wide revolution!!

    • DanaThomas on June 16, 2014 at 10:42 am

      The other day there were some news reports blaming poor mobile and internet connections on “solar activity”. This may actually be true. But on the other hand it may be a bit of social engineering. In theory it is possible to trigger solar activity by the resonance effect. Thanks to media lies, “Joe Bloggs” is not very well equipped to come to an informed opinion about lots of things above all those connected with space. Somebody could be testing a sclar device, and according to political expediency, they will say it is just “sun spots”; or perhaps the current “bad guys”; or even “aliens”!

      • Ramura on June 16, 2014 at 11:49 pm

        Or maybe an asteroid strike…

    • DaphneO on June 16, 2014 at 3:53 pm

  7. marcos toledo on June 16, 2014 at 7:27 am

    Looks like our masters are plotting to control the rabble again. I just wish they leave the rest of us alone an go and enjoy their wealth. These control freaks are only making their positions worst by tampering with a world they think they understand but don’t care to study. Lets face it pirate Jenny and her ship with eight back sails is only in their excuse for a brain.

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