When what sounds good really just sucks!

Gordon Campbell, the Premier of British Columbia attended the Bilderberg meeting this year in Sitges, Spain.

He told us all that the taxpayers of B.C. paid for it, because, I suppose, it was information that would be useful to an official in charge of a large province in Canada. I suppose, he would argue, it was justified.

And when further pressed, Mr. Campbell explained that although he could not give specifics, he learned that the group of Bilderberg discuss things like this:

“We talked about the economy, we talked about trade, we talked about health care and the challenges that health care presents to all economies with the changing demographic”

Sure, this is “old news”, no biggie, just another government official going to a meeting of the elites, and “hobnobbing”. All good, who cares — the same old, same old.

Perhaps. Go back to sleep everyone, nothing to see here.

I wonder if Gordon Campbell, when discussing his visit and the meetings he attended met Bill Gates.

Gates, officially found his way to Bilderberg by way of another meeting that did not happen. And why? Because the other meeting actually didn’t exist. It was a diversion. It was a smokescreen to cover for Mr. Gates’ visit to Bilderberg. But, that shouldn’t be a surprise either, because the rich will often shake off the paparazzi of sorts, and cleverly end up where they want. So, arguably, the persona of the Bilderbergers being a secret cabal of elitists trying to control the world may just be the jealous types that “wish” they could be in the shoes of these elites. That seems to be the argument. That, and the fact that these conspiracy cooks must not have a very fulfilling and succesful life, so they make up stuff and create a false sense of purpose and entitlement to abuse others. That is what we are to understand.

The famous, such as our Canadian icons – – Mr. Campbell and Mr. Mansbridge — may have been curious and flattered to attend. Remember, nothing to see here people, move along. A couple of great Canadians being honoured with an invitation to attend the “anyone who is anyone will be there” event of the year. So, hey, why not? It’s a world stage, and Canada needs representation. Even if the taxpayers of B.C. had to pay for it. That’s expected. Let’s not forget, Mr. Mansbridge paid his own freight.

And, would Mr. Campbell, when he mentioned the economy of the world, and “health care and the challenges that health care presents” have been eluding to a presentation that Mr. Gates may have made?

According to Gates, the world’s population of 9 billion presents an issue for food, and health care. In a We are Change article, Gates is cited as saying:

“I’m one of those who will be present,” adding that he will take part in a debate with fellow globalists on the subjects of “energy and the needs of the poorest,” as well as climate change, renewable energy and the economic crisis.

Here we go again, right. You’ve heard of “We are Change”. They are one of “those” conspiracy theory groups, aren’t they?

They might just be trying to spin what Mr. Gates says, and take it out of context to suit their purposes. They may just be disgruntled people, you know, the jealous of his success types, that constantly try to discredit him and the rich people like him.

We all know the world works like this: You become a success, you get rich, and then you start a “Foundation” to help the poor. In Mr. Gates case, he and his wife started the  Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Right, move on, nothing to see here.

The Rockefellers, after all, too started the Rockefeller Foundation. And, surprisingly, they too care about the world. See, nothing to be concerned with. It’s how it works. The rich people helping the poor people — move on already, and get a life of your own!

Some of these “conspiracy groups” even have claimed that the Rockefeller Foundation is into a form of cleansing called Eugenics and they assisted the Nazis. “In its extreme, racist form, this meant wiping away all human beings deemed “unfit,” preserving only those who conformed to a Nordic stereotype. Imagine the gall of the people accusing the fine, upstanding Rockefellers of that!

Even other rich people claimed the Rockefellers were into controlling the earth, and microchipping people. Aaron Russo, the movie director of acclaim was said to have met Nick Rockefeller, after starting a “Mad as Hell” show

Aaron Russo and Nick Rockefeller

and no, he wasn’t going to take it anymore. Russo, claimed that Nick Rockefeller gave him an offer — join us Aaron! We’ll give you a card that will be like an f — you card, a kiss my a– card, and you will not have to be like the other people. You will be special. Apparently Russo didn’t go for it. He was a terrific Patriot of American liberty. Too bad he isn’t alive to keep up the “unnecessary fight” though.

Makes me think what Mr. Campbell and Mr. Mansbridge are thinking post-Bilderberg.

Are they thinking, thanks but no thanks? A little embarassed for being there? Where’s the exit? How am I going to keep this smile until I can get the heck outta here? Maybe.

But there will always be the ones that buy into the concepts, and believe the intent is good. Why else would the group be so large?

Although Russo goes against the grain of the normal conspiracy theorist, he would have been nonetheless a malcontent, I suppose.

Remember, these people got rich, built “Foundations”, and are helping those less fortunate. Don’t look any further, there is no need.

And, if Russo complained about America pre 911 becoming a police state, and Totalitarian empire, his fear would have been justified after speaking with Nick Rockefeller.

“There would be an event in 2001” he was told that would start this New World. Nah, not a rich guy with a foundation. That is not how the world works. Nothing to see — move on.

There should really be no reason to look beyond the Gates’, or the Rockefellers, or the “Progressive Movement”. Everything they do is for our good as humanity.

Look, we have wide-screen T.V.’s made by these rich people who own the technology. Move on. We have good healthcare, advances in medicine — move on. What the conspiracy theorists are saying doesn’t jive with the real world, so we must continue to listen to men, good men, like Bill Gates when he and his foundation tell us they are just nice people who don’t even want to be recognized until found out.

That too, is how the world works. The humble, good guys that are so humble, so nice that they don’t even want the world to know they are part of a group of other humble, nice rich people who have foundations, and all that good stuff.

They are working behind the scenes for our good, because that is how the world works.

So, when they are pushed, they must tell us what they are doing.

And when Bill Gates was pushed by those conspiracy guys to fess up as to what he was going to discuss at Bilderberg 2010, he did:

Stating that the global population was heading towards 9 billion, Gates said, “If we do a really great job on new vaccines, health care, reproductive health services (abortion), we could lower that by perhaps 10 or 15 per cent.”

And if we were sleeping we would say, see. move on. Nothing to see here.

But if we paid attention, something might not fit. We might be dumfounded. No, he couldn’t have said that vaccines were designed to “reduce” the population could he have?

No, we might even think to look up further evidence to support it. Perhaps a different meeting, in a different place? Yes, but what if the message was the same?:

Along with the scientifically absurd proposition of reducing manmade CO2 emissions worldwide to zero by 2050, approximately four and a half minutes into the talk, Gates declares, “First we got population. The world today has 6.8 billion people. That’s headed up to about 9 billion. Now if we do a really great job on new vaccines, health care, reproductive health services, we lower that by perhaps 10 or 15 percent.”

That might suck!

That might make us want to learn more ugly truth.

That might also, make us wonder why Alex Jones is so upset about the fluoride, lithium, and other drugs that are in the water supplies to dumb us down, and make us servile. That too would suck.

We might become one of those people who are disgruntled, that are jealous of the nice people that meet up and discuss the world’s problems, and are succesful with generous Foundations.

We might question these people.

And in doing so, we might have a chance to stop them.

We might wonder what would suck more — knowing what we know and acting on it, or allowing it, and watching these people get away with it, destroying the future for our children and their children.

And, we might finally realize why these people — the Bilderberg Group — want to meet in secret.

We might then understand that what we were led to believe may not be true.

We might have to stand up, and like Aaron Russo,  say “we are mad as hell, and we aren’t going to take it anymore”.


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