.Three current news stories — taken together — illustrate that things are not always
as they seem. Take, for example, a
new revelation about the Bilderberg
group released by Internet voice Alex Jones in the
wake of last week’s Bilderberg meeting in Virginia,
where Jones joined a crowd jeering the assembled
would-be world rulers.
Although Jones has insisted Bilderberg is some
sort of remnant of the Nazi regime of Adolf Hitler
devoted to a modern-day Nazi agenda, a report on
Jones’s own website effectively admits Bilderberg’s
program is distinctly anti-Nazi.
Citing the papers of former Sen.
Fred Harris (D-Okla.), who attended
Bilderberg’s 1966 meeting
in Wiesbaden, Germany, Jones
points out that Harris recorded
the remarks of top Bilderberg figure,
labor leader Walter Reuther,
who outlined Bilderberg’s underlying
agenda: “Nationalism is dangerous.”
WWII-era German National Socialism — Nazism — of course, was very much nationalist in every
sense, and the fact nationalism was denounced at
Bilderberg gives a clear picture of the real Bilderberg
point of view, rumors notwithstanding.
Jones mentions Bilderberg’s founder, Prince
Bernhard of the Netherlands, had been a Nazi
Party member. But what Jones does not mention is
that Bernhard left the party in 1934, a year after
Hitler came to power, and by 1940 was a top leader
of the anti-Nazi resistance in Europe. So by the
time Bernhard became Bilderberg chief, he had undergone
a serious political transformation.
What’s more, as careful historians know, Hitler
held Bernhard in contempt. In his recorded Table
Talk* and in the memoirs of his valet, Hitler is recalled
scoffing satirically at Bernhard, and questioning
his intelligence, integrity and loyalty.
The forces leading Bilderberg are anti-Nazi, particularly
the Rothschild dynasty, whose assets
were seized by the Nazis, belying a popular myth
that “the Nazis never touched the Rothschilds.”
Another news event that’s received a buzz in political
circles — but the major media isn’t telling the
entirety of the story — involves a prominent Democrat
switching sides to join up with the GOP.
The Republicans are crowing that an early
Barack Obama supporter — black former liberal
Democratic congressman from Alabama, Artur
Davis — has quit the Democrats, gone Republican,
endorsed Mitt Romney, and declared his interest
in running as a GOP candidate in Virginia.
Since Davis was the first public official outside
Obama’s home state to endorse Obama for president
and who seconded his nomination at the 2008
convention, the media has suggested that Davis’s
reversal implies danger to Obama’s reelection
chances. It might. Here’s why.
Not mentioned in the press is the origin of
Davis’s political career and who has pulled his
strings. Davis was recruited by Zionist interests in
2002 to challenge incumbent black liberal Democratic
Rep. Earl Hilliard (Ala.), who had crossed
the pro-Israel lobby. Tons of money from Jewish
donors bankrolled Davis and helped him sink
So Davis’s journey into GOP
ranks is no surprise since hardline
Zionists are going Republican,
and especially since the GOP’s
Mitt Romney is a longtime friend
of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin
ANGRY PAUL SUPPORTERS
Another endorsement of special interest to patriots
is that of liberal Republican Romney by Sen.
Rand Paul (R-Ky.), son of beloved Rep. Ron Paul
Chris Cillizza, the closely read Washington Post pundit, described the endorsement as “intriguing”
and noted that it “is more important than it might
seem at first glance.” The bottom line, he said, is
that this will “virtually ensure that there won’t be
a genuine insurrection led by supporters of [Ron]
Paul at the [GOP] convention” and that this is a “very clear signal” by Rand Paul that he’s a “good
soldier” for the Republicans.
Cillizza finds it unlikely Ron Paul will bolt the
GOP and run third party, especially since this
would harm his son’s future in Republican ranks.
And now, as AFP has noted, Rand Paul seems prepared
to “rewrite” his father’s historic, nationalist
foreign policy views as he, Rand, reaches for a future
GOP presidential nomination.
Is it any wonder, as Cillizza commented correctly: “Sometimes — actually almost always — in
politics there’s more than meets the eye.”
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Michael Collins Piper is the author of Final
, the controversial
“underground bestseller” documenting
the collaboration of Israeli intelligence in
the assassination of John F. Kennedy. He is
also the author of The New Babylon
High Priests of War
New Jerusalem: Zionist Power in America
Judas Goats: The Enemy Within
Secrets: Crime, Conspiracy & Cover-Up in
the 20th Century,
GOLEM: Israel's Hell Bomb
These works can
be found at America
He has lectured
on suppressed topics in places as diverse as
Malaysia, Japan, Canada, Russia and Abu Dhabi.
(Issue Number 26, June 25, 2012,