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Old 03-22-2013, 10:40 AM
 
Location: Orange County, CA
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Bilderberg has got to be a terrorist's wet dream for an objective.
Not quite, their conferences would be a very tough target. Heavily defended with lots of high profile muscle with modern weapons. Security is very tight and alert, a terrorist hit team would never get in the place. Only chance would be to smuggle in a mortar and fire from afar, or something similar, and such an attack would be very ineffective and likely would not kill any of the intended people.
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Old 03-22-2013, 10:44 AM
 
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Not quite, their conferences would be a very tough target. Heavily defended with lots of high profile muscle with modern weapons. Security is very tight and alert, a terrorist hit team would never get in the place. Only chance would be to smuggle in a mortar and fire from afar, or something similar, and such an attack would be very ineffective and likely would not kill any of the intended people.
Weaponized model drones.

Also that was the same thinking that allowed planes to be taken over and flown into targets on 911.

Never say never and never thing something is too tough to accompish with the proper motivation.
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Old 03-22-2013, 11:21 AM
 
Location: San Diego California
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The goals of the CFR have been publically stated several times. It is to replace the self determination of individual countries with the corporate rule of bankers and the elitist.
In simple terms, the government’s place is to control the people, and the governments in turn are to be controlled by the banks and mega corporations.
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Old 03-22-2013, 02:11 PM
 
Location: Honolulu, HI
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The goals of the CFR have been publically stated several times. It is to replace the self determination of individual countries with the corporate rule of bankers and the elitist.
In simple terms, the government’s place is to control the people, and the governments in turn are to be controlled by the banks and mega corporations.
The banks have already commandeered our government.
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Old 01-10-2016, 10:05 AM
 
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The agenda and goal of the CFR appears to be the elimination of US sovereignty and creation of a one world global government. Members of the CFR scoff at such notions and claim that such accusations are fantasy and come from the conspiracy nuts. With over 4000 members there are said to be many cliques and widely different opinions on the issues, so how could there be an agreed upon agenda, say it's defenders?
There is no conspiracy required to explain the corrupt nature of humans when it comes to wanting more power, wealth and control over others.

Many of the Big Corporations that have conservatives directing them had no problem getting in bed with Communist China if it meant more profits for their pocketbooks. They had no problem purchasing politicians to enact NAFTA, GATT or TPP.

There are some conservatives that speak about capitalism out of the side of their mouths but are willing to forego it when there are profits to be made.

Capitalism requires the VOLUNTARY exchange of goods, services and labor.

In China, 250+ Million people had their land bull dozed and sent to work in the cities to make widgets.
There was no voluntary participation involved. In China, you work rather you like it or not. Why did so many American Corporation support that?

Why did not politicians and interests start a propaganda war with China when they committed such Human Rights violations? Because they do not really care and only use Human Rights violations in other cases when there are economic or political interests involved and need something to sell the gullible masses.

Case in point, like ISIS, 3000 miles away from our Constitutional Borders.
The MIC is salivating at the thought of a massive ground war, with everyone else paying for it via lives, blood and treasure.
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Old 01-10-2016, 07:48 PM
 
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I read Phillip Drew; Administrator about 20 years ago and it is unnerving to see what has transpired since House wrote it.
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