Yesterday I stood together with thousands at the Bilderberg fringe festival in Watford. About 4 thousand people rocked up to protest the second most secretive meeting (the first being Bohemian Grove). Only half could get into the protest zone. The rest stood in long lines outside.
The message was love, unity and resistance. An end to fear and an appeal to those holding the line of defense for the globalists to join the side of truth. Yeah, there were a few hippies there, but for the most part, articulate, informed, educated, passionate and most of all, determined people.
It felt good to be among like minded people, and the buzz and energy during the presentations reverberated across the country side. Cheers, whistles and ripples of clapping seemed to intimidate some of the police on site, some of whom looked bashful and even guilty as they fiddled with communications devices, feigning indifference (you know the look of that agitated busyness in body language). I know because I was watching them as the waves of information coming from the speakers seemed to slap them in the face. They took it pretty well though considering the allegations of Kenneth Clarke and others molesting children and children drinking and doing drugs at Esther Rantzens house parties. Alongside that the tragic events around Holly Greig.
In fairness though, the police were pleasant and relaxed and displayed what I admire most about peace officers. Their only real failure was to underestimate the scale of revulsion at the globalist agenda and the lack of transparency from our cabinet and political members, I find this amusing as all the special intelligence capability the globalists usually use grossly failed to calculate the attendance and rising scale of resistance. They, we were informed, thought there would be only 300 there. We all laughed.
MP Michael Meacher stood on stage and raged and railed against David Cameron, George Osborne, Kenneth Clarke and Peter Mandleson’s attendance at the meeting which is clearly a breach of ministerial code. Tony Gosling, Informed the crowd about the NazI origins of Bilderberg involving Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands.
Then, at the end of the day, there were two shining lights of resistance on the stage. David Icke followed by Alex Jones.
I have seen David’s 7 hour presentation before in Brixton Academy, but Alex Jones was a first time i the flesh experience. He is a machine and he ramped up the volume in his traditional vocal and unique style tearing a huge new hole in the Bilderberg veil of secrecy.
This protest was a world changing event. It caught the organizers by surprise, It, for the first time, forced the main stream press to cover. It forced a change in strategy where Bilderberg will have to operate more openly and politicians will be under increasing pressure to kiss and tell, or go under regulation that prevents them from attending (although that already exists in the Logan act and the civil service code)
Protest takes work and commitment. That is the price of your freedom and genuine security (not the fake stuff about carbon molecules or terrorism) Make the commitment, pick a subject and protest today and, as the crowd chanted at Bilderberg, never ever stop
Yours in humanhood