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UKIP MEPs host conference with far-right politician on Bilderberg world takeover


9:01 am - June 1st 2010

by Sunny Hundal    


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All of you will be aware of the UK Independence Party (UKIP). It campaigns mostly against immigration and Europe. But less attention is paid to their other views and activities.

Later today at 2:30pm a press conference / meeting is being held in Brussels to launch a book titled: ‘Bilderberg Group – Towards Creation Of One World Company Ltd‘.

The event is being hosted by two UKIP MEPs: Nigel Farage (former leader) and Godfrey Bloom. Also attending: Mario Borghezio (Italian MEP) and the book’s author Daniel Estulin.

Godfrey Bloom is the MEP from Yorkshire & North Lincolnshire who we exposed in February as having made a video praising the 1985 French terrorist attack on Greenpeace Rainbow Warrior that killed a photographer. He apologised for that video once we published it.

Bloom is a well known climate-change denier.

The author Daniel Estulin is a big believer in the view that the Bilderberg Group are the “masters of the world” and hold secret meetings to influence events across the world. Apparently their next meeting starts 3rd June.

Just before the US elections of 2008, Estulin claimed that “people involved from a higher level of the American establishment” were “seriously considering” assassinating Republican candidate Ron Paul.

Mario Borghezio is a far-right politicians from the Italian Northern League party. According to Searchlight magazine, in 2008 he was invited to speak at an ‘Anti-Islamisation Congress’ staged by the German fascist pro Köln (pK) organisation to discuss “the foreign infiltration of our cities”.

Nick Griffin had been on the guest list but after German anti-fascists, with help from Searchlight, published his comments denying the Holocaust, his name was withdrawn. Jean-Marie Le Pen was also billed but he denied he was attending. More about the ‘anti-Islamisation conference’ was written by Der Spiegel

The anti-fascist mag Searchlight also published this about Mario Borghezio:

Borghezio has excellent credentials for this kind of meeting. He began his political career as a member of the fascist group Ordine Nuovo led by Pino Rauti, who is still under investigation for terrorist activities. He later joined the Northern League, which has been at the forefront of the xenophobic trend since its inception in the 1980s.

Borghezio made his mark by setting fire to the tents of immigrants in Turin and later fought hard to convince people that immigrants were responsible for the spread of dangerous diseases such as TB.

Mario Borghezio is part of the same European grouping (EFD – European Freedom and Democracy) as UKIP.

Back to the press conference today.
The website WorldNetDaily – a big player in the US ‘birther’ movement (challenging President Obama’s nationality) – wrote a gushing news story about it.

They quote author Daniel Estulin:

Economists cannot explain it without acknowledging the shadow masters working to manipulate economies. There is a general awakening taking place in people and the national press. This is no longer the domain of conspiracy theorists. Especially in Europe, we’re seeing enough cracks to have hope that this dam will break and more and more people will demand to know what the Bilderberg Group has been doing.

To these powerful people, national resources are theirs, not everyone’s. All these people want an empire. They don’t want the people of the world to develop, to prosper, to grow the population. They want us to work for them, where our children and our children’s children work for an elite group, the oligarchy.

Clearly the future of the world is at stake here, and Nigel Farage is trying shed light on this shadowy conspiracy and free us all. Oh, what I’d do to be able to attend this press conference and ask a few questions.

[thanks to Richard Bartholomew for the info and links]

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Blimey. They sound almost as mental as you.

2. Gaf the Horse

You must admit though that the Bilderberg Group do kind of set themselves for this kind of criticism. A group of very powerful world leaders and businessmen meet for a few days every year and the press aren’t allowed in. It’s like a red rag to nutters like UKIP.
Of course they don’t control the world. We all know that it’s controlled by the likes of Tesco and WalMart 🙂

To the idiot who claims the world is run by Tesco and Walmart: Who do you think attends the meetings of the Bilderberg Group, Greenpeace? No you fool its the CEO’s and owners of these companies.

UKIP full of fruitloops. Film at 11.

Why is it that cranks like Bloom always seem to believe in multiple conspiracies, rather than just one! Do Tesco and Walmart sell them in the BOGOF bin?

Just a note: Jon Ronson has written about Bilderberg in his book “Them: Adventures With Extremists”. It’s creepy but mainly just odd (and very funny).

6. Gaf the Horse

@Carlo – Did you fail to notice the smiley face at the end of that sentence? That is generally taken to mean that the comment is tongue in cheek and SHOULD NOT BE TAKEN SERIOUSLY!
A bit rude for you to call me an idiot and a fool when you don’t even know me, maybe there are some other comments sites you might be better suited to? This one tends to be a bit more measured and thoughtful than stooping to personal insults.

If Bilderberg were all powerful why don’t they include the likes of the founders of Google at their meetings? They are yesterday’s news.

It seems strange that some on the Right seem to be so susceptible to paranoia seeing shadowy conspiracy everywhere. If you go on the Telegraph website it is full of them. The British posters are just disturbed fruitcakes. However, they seem to attract quite a lot of American visitors to the site who are clearly clinically insane. Paranoia and conspiracy is the recurring theme. What do these people do in everyday life? I can safely say in all my life I have never met anyone as nutty as the people who hang around on the Telegraph site.

I fail to see the point of this other than to take a shot at some politicians you do not agree with. Why shouldn’t the Bilderberg group be examined/questioned. I doubt that anyone at the conference is trying to “free us all’ as you sum up in that “witty” way you have. But then again individual freedon is not something that the left exactly embraces is it?

@Richard

On the participant list for 2008:

USA “Schmidt, Eric” “Chairman of the Executive Committee and CEO, Google

Plus, Craig Mundie from Microsoft always attends.

11. Groundhogs of the World Unite!

Isn’t the Tim Warstoll (or however the tosspot spells his name) cunt in this wingnut party? Further proof, if such were needed, that he needs to be sent packing to the loony bin along with the other rightist pigdogs that troll these comment boxes.

“People of the same trade seldom meet together, even for merriment and diversion, but the conversation ends in a conspiracy against the public, or in some contrivance to raise prices.”

Adam Smith

No crazy theorising necessary. I am surprised that a leftish site that usually takes the corruption between Governments and big businesses so seriously don’t think a Bilderburg meeting represents a problem for the general public. It is probably fairly prosaic they discuss, but definitely to the benefit of the rich and powerful at the expense of the rest.

13. Richard W

Nick, your Adam Smith quote was in the context of guilds and protectionism in general. The difference is the attendees at Bilderberg meetings are not of the same trade they are from a diverse background. Unless you think they are all involved in a ‘ conspiracy against the public ‘, I don’t see the relevance of the Adam Smith quote despite it being true.

I think “a conspiracy against the public, in some contrivance to raise prices” describes a UKIP party conference rather well.

Apologist for murder Godfrey Bloom is just pissed off he doesn’t get invited to Bilderberg.

“No crazy theorising necessary. I am surprised that a leftish site that usually takes the corruption between Governments and big businesses so seriously don’t think a Bilderburg meeting represents a problem for the general public. ”

It is the difference between an instituitional theory and conspiracy theory (see here or use google: http://www.zcommunications.org/conspiracies-or-institutions-9-11-and-beyond-by-stephen-shalom).

The issue is the sociological illiteracy of Godfrey the UKIP tendancy means they are unaware of institutional theory, so when “bad things” happen, they are attracted to conspiracy theories that comfort them that all we need to do to eliminate “bad things” is remove the group that organises “bad things”.

17. John Bowman

I’m surprised by how many commenting here still believe that the world is some ideal democratic heaven!! It obviously is NOT.

The EU Constitution was changed into a treaty so that countries wouldn’t have to give a referendum on it. The Lisbon Treaty is 95% the same – and what was rejected from the Constitution are still being put into play regardless – the EU flag for example.

Most British are still under the illusion that they are the Queen’s Subjects! Why didn’t the government give a speech on it as promised??

For heaven’s sake! It’s time people stop deluding themselves. UKIP aren’t the nutters, YOU are.

10 – thanks for that info. My comment was based on a point made in a book (I think it was Superclass) that Bilderberg is basically an organisation for old men and old businesses. Evidently that comment was either incorrect or is now out of date.

Oh and unless I’m mistaken the point isn’t that UKIP are adherent’s of some weirdo-rightwing conspiracy theory involving Bilderberg but that they are sharing a platform with convicted arsonist [he set light to the matteresses that some immigrants were sleeping on under a bridge in Turin, nice chap] and proto-fascist Mario Borghezio. Shameful behaviour.

“To these powerful people, national resources are theirs, not everyone’s. All these people want an empire. They don’t want the people of the world to develop, to prosper, to grow the population. They want us to work for them, where our children and our children’s children work for an elite group, the oligarchy.”

I better sign up for UKip then because that is pretty much how the world is being run for the benifit of a small elite.

21. Yurrzem!

If they’re not doing anything what’s the point of the Bilderberg group?

While I’m no conspiracy theorist I’m sceptical when groups of wealthy, powerful people get together for secret meetings. You know, its as unconvincing as when Masons go on about all they do for “charidee!”

22. Yurrzem!

Its like the Bullingdon is a drinking club for rich tossers, nothing to do with a conspiracy to take over government.

21 – as a Mason I can confirm that all my lodge does is hold dinners and raise money for charity.

23

” as a Mason……… ”

That explains everything.

25. Boris the Badger

Ok. Just to clarify:

1. The Bildeberg Group is a collection of immensely powerful people from the upper ecehlons of business and politics.

2. They pool their vast wealth and power in a conspiracy to direct the course of world events.

3. They do this at their annual meetings which they usually hold in hotels which are open to both the general public and, in at least one instance, British investigative reporters who make film documentaries about the experience.

4. Their approach to security is so bunglingly incompetent that a load of UKIP mentalists have gathered enough info to write a book about them.

I don’t know about the rest of you, but I’m not that worried.

26. Yurrzem!

@25 Boris

You’re one of them, aren’t you?

Or, dare I say it, an Illuminatus, secretly manipulating the Bilderbergers?

“as a Mason I can confirm that all my lodge does is hold dinners and raise money for charity.”

My Girlfriend’s father works for them as a caretaker, and I’ve done occasional bar work at the premises. It really is the case that they just organise drinking sessions and raise money. I’ve no doubt that some networking goes on, in the same way that I’ve used work contacts to give me free legal advice when needed, but this is no more sinister than people being members of a golf club.

Golf clubs are suspicious too.

29. Matt Munro

I was actually interested in reading this until Sunny used the phrase “Climate change denier” like some latter day inquisitor decrying the unbeleivers, then I lost interest.

Tell us sunny how did you get to your holiday destination, you steaming hypocrite.

30. Yurrzem!

@29 Guiltily, paying carbon offsets.

31. Watchman

“@29 Guiltily, paying carbon offsets.”

Most of the money from which presumably ends up in the pockets of members of the Bilderberg group…


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