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A man is sitting at home with the lights turned off, his face illuminated by the glare from
the TV screen.
This guy hasn't been outside in weeks.
He is obsessed, and you could say possessed, by a theory that a New World Order is about
to make a move and get rid of a significant amount of the population.
He's suddenly taken aback by a strange image on the TV, which is a public service announcement
being given by both the President of the United States and the Queen of England.
Before they say anything, the two both put their fingers up to their foreheads at the
point of their hairlines.
In unison they pull down the skin from their faces and it is revealed that they are both
actually lizard people.
“I knew it!”
thinks the guy.
“We are your overlords,” say the Queen and the President in tandem.
“It's time you all knew the truth.”
We're guessing you guys think this is a ridiculous way to start a show, but polls
have indeed revealed that something like 12 million American people believe we are ruled
over by interstellar reptiles.
These alien beings hiding in human suits are said to be the world's elite, and we, the
general populace, are their slaves.
Not everyone buys into the lizard theory, but a lot of people believe we are ruled by
secret groups such as an entity called the Illuminati and another entity called the Bilderberg
Group.
You don't have to be suffering from psychosis to believe this.
There are a lot of rational people that think there are invisible hands pulling strings
above our marionette heads.
Today we're going to take a look at these two entities and at the end of the show you
can make your own mind up as to which organization controls the world, or if the groups are not
actually as powerful as has been made out.
You might also agree with our own surprising conclusion.
WARNING: This will not be an easy examination, but you are going to gain some knowledge that
we think will benefit you.
No lizards were harmed in the making of this video.
Ok, so it's no secret that there are organizations on this planet whose members are sometimes
rich and powerful people.
That is not a theory, it's a fact.
These might be secretive, such as the Freemasons, or they might just be round tables of influential
people that talk about issues such as global warming.
The conspiracy theorists believe that these elites are machinating to create what is called
a “New World Order”, which is basically a world run by them in a totalitarian way.
It might involve population control or even mind control.
We, the people, are what they might call the herd.
We'll buy into what THEY tell us.
This theory is not unique, and we certainly have been called herds before by powerful
leaders and social scientists.
The man sometimes called the “father of public relations and propaganda”, one Edward
Bernays, did his bit to control the public.
He believed that we, the masses, were irrational, but as people that acted like herds and couldn't
think for themselves, we could easily be controlled.
He proved his theory to be true, too.
So that's how this New World Order might take over, according to some conspiracy theorists.
There are differing opinions and it's a very complex subject.
Some people think the world where we are heading might be fascistic in nature and we will be
controlled by a Big Brother world government in a totalitarian manner.
A man called George Orwell once wrote about that.
But the trend now seems more in line with a book written by a guy named Aldous Huxley.
This writer penned something called, “Brave New World.”
It's different from Orwell's dystopia, because we, the masses, will gladly accept
our slavery.
As they say in the tech world, we will “opt-in.”
Here's a snippet from that book: “A really efficient totalitarian state would
be one in which the all-powerful executive of political bosses and their army of managers
control a population of slaves who do not have to be coerced, because they love their
servitude.”
We mention this because this is what conspiracy theorists are relating to when they talk about
the New World Order and the elites that will rule over us.
We need to be controlled, either through force and surveillance, a good amount of public
relations, or technological applications that distract us from how fudged things have become.
These elites are a multi-national group, according to the conspiracy theorists.
There is no national superpower…it's a collaborative effort.
In fact, the US Vs. THEM dichotomy is just a distraction, so these elites can keep us
in a constant state of stress, making us easier to control and harming our immune systems
because our stress hormones fire up every time we go online.
Ok, so who are these elite groups?
Well, now let's introduce to you the Illuminati.
The origins of the so-called present illuminati comes from an entity known as the Bavarian
Illuminati.
This was founded by a professor in Bavaria in the 1800s.
His name was Adam Weishaupt.
By the way, the actual word “Illuminati” comes from the Latin for “revealed” or
“enlightened.”
Did Weishaupt want to take over the world?
Well, it doesn't seem so.
He did indeed embrace the idea of secret societies.
In his own words he said that members of his Illuminati should endorse freedom “from
all religious prejudices.”
He also said his Illuminati, “cultivates the social virtues; and animates them by a
great, a feasible, and speedy prospect of universal happiness.”
Note the word “universal”.
His secret society was supposed to make everyone happy, but the public weren't contacted
about this.
The general population was not intelligent enough to get in on the act of creating universal
happiness.
Getting into this society was similar to getting into the Freemasons.
You needed to have cash and some connections, although women, monks, Jews and Pagans were
not allowed to join.
Like the freemasons, once you were in, you could climb the ranks.
There were lots of ranks and the highest rank was “King.”
It was all very secret indeed, and members didn't even use their own names.
When they communicated in writing, they used ciphers that most people wouldn't be able
to solve.
They had to write a lot, since the Illuminati had members all over Europe.
The idea was, that these people would increase their power but at the same time endorse enlightened
ideas.
This kind of “Enlightened absolutism” was once summed up like this, “Everything
for the people, nothing by the people.”
You might call that the 'trickle-down happiness theory'.
It's not far from the principles that Edward Bernays espoused, in that we, the masses,
don't know what's good for us and need to be controlled with tools such as public
relations and the media.
Bavaria later banned this group and it's thought that was the end of the Illuminati…Or
was it?!
Now for your introduction to the Bilderberg Group.
Ok, so this group is not hidden in some respects, in that you can go to Bilderberg's website
and read about what they do, or claim to do, according to those people who believe something
sinister lurks in the air when these people get together.
They meet every year to discuss certain issues that face Europe and North America.
The group says they only talk about issues, and no actions are taken after meetings.
It's like a get together for powerful people, they say, but there are no resolutions at
the end.
Which powerful people, you might ask.
The list is long, so we can't mention everyone who turned up to the 2019 meeting.
The attendees were mostly wealthy business people, bankers, and people high up in certain
government departments.
Some meetings have also included royalty.
Quite a few academics were on the guest list, too, such as the guy who's been warning
us about super-artificial intelligence, the Director, Future of Humanity Institute at
Oxford University named Nick Bostrom.
The governor of the Bank of England was there, as was a politician from the UK's Green
Party.
People who work for the U.S's Office of the Secretary of Defense were in the house,
as were journalists and editors who work for well-known media, such as The Washington Post.
Also in attendance were some of the CEO's of the world's biggest tech companies.
So yes, if you were of a certain disposition to believe that a group wanted to control
the populace, the herd, these would be the people who could do it.
The attendees do in fact already control countries since they head finance, government and industry.
They control the media and they control how information gets to us via the Internet.
That's not a conspiracy theory, though.
Ok, so what did those powerful people talk about at the last meeting?
Did they... say...discuss how to create a panic on a mass scale in order to convince
the people of the world to opt-in to mass surveillance technology?
Did they discuss mass unemployment that could lead to political changes, lifelong debt,
and possibly some population reduction?
The answer is no.
Here is the list of discussion topics: 1.
A stable strategic order 2.
What next for Europe?
3.
Climate change and sustainability 4.
China 5.
Russia 6.
The future of capitalism 7.
Brexit 8.
The ethics of artificial intelligence 9.
The weaponization of social media 10.
The importance of space 11.
Cyber threats This was no secret… it was published by
the Bilderberg Group on its website.
But, and this is a big BUT, what happens at the Bilderberg meetings stays at the Bilderberg
meetings.
That's also not a conspiracy theory.
The New York Times wrote in 2019 that the members heading to the 67th Bilderberg Meeting
in Switzerland had to promise that whatever was discussed would not get leaked.
Hmm, just how good are those attendees at keeping their secrets?
We wonder what happened when Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, or Microsoft CEO Satya
Nadella, or Jared Kushner, got home after the meeting.
Was the scene similar to this?
“Hi darling, how did it go?”
Reply: “You know I can't talk about that honey?”
The first meeting was held in 1954 at the Hotel de Bilderberg in The Netherlands, and
since then some people have been decrying the event because they think those people
already have too much power.
The Group itself says it is working for the greater good, but not everyone agrees with
that.
Some people have said these powerful people are “secret kingmakers”, while others
have said they are all globalists that have one mutual interest and that is to create
a New World Order... with them at the helm.
Such wild theories, said the Bilderberg group, are baseless.
It actually says this on its own website:, “While these claims lack any and all merit.
We regret to see that many continue to flourish online and in social media groups.”
The group states that journalists cannot report what goes down in their meetings, and only
the attendees on the guest list can go.
That means no personal assistants, no husbands or wives, no bodyguards, no secret service
protectors, and guests should not talk to journalists after the meeting.
The reason why things are kept secret, says the group, is to “encourage the highest
level of openness and dialogue.”
One man that wrote a book about the Bilderberg Group said as much, stating that these immensely
powerful people can say things that they would never dare utter in public.
He called the group, “a shadow world government.”
It certainly is the most exclusive club the world has ever seen, and it is very secretive.
The proof of that is the fact that you know nothing about possibly the biggest event in
the world that takes place every year.
The acclaimed writer Jon Ronson who wrote and directed the documentary, “The Secret
Rulers of the World,” actually once tried to infiltrate a meeting but was eventually
chased out by men wearing dark glasses.
He later said in an interview, “When I phoned the British embassy and asked them to explain
to the powerful secret society that had set their goons on me that I was essentially a
humorous journalist out of my depth, I wasn't being funny.
I was being genuinely desperate.”
Ronson actually once got to interview Denis Healy, a man who'd been on the Bilderberg
steering committee for 30 years.
Healy told him that the guests just state what is on their minds, things perhaps the
public might not want to hear.
They can speak candidly about various issues and won't get outed in the press for their
words.
Healy also said this: “To say we were striving for a one-world government is exaggerated,
but not wholly unfair.”
He admitted that it was about control, but control in regards to making the world a better
place.
It's about global policy, he said, but critics might say that these people are there in part
to serve their own interests.
That's why some critics will say it's all about, “Everything from the people,
nothing for the people.”
They might ask why these powerful people have not fixed pervasive poverty, or tackled many
other issues that help the man in the street.
Is the Bilderberg ethos a kind of “Enlightened absolutism”, meaning, we know what's best
for you but it's not something you need to know.
When Healy was asked if going to the meetings will help a person's career, he answered,
“Your new understanding of the world will certainly help your career.”
Now we can go back to that word Illuminati, which, remember means “revealed” or “enlightened”.
There is no proof that an Illuminati exists, but it would be hard to argue that guests
at the Bilderberg Meetings aren't revealing secrets and attempting to enlighten others
and be enlightened.
The Illuminati is a ghoul, a kind of boogeyman, a made up entity that leads people down endless
rabbit holes on the Internet, but the Bilderberg group is very real and you could say it's
the modern iteration of the Bavarian Illuminati.
The Bilderberg Group is the Illuminati…How's that for a Scooby-doo ending.
Enlightened is not a bad word, far from it, and we can all be glad for the European Enlightenment
and the fact we no longer kill witches or imprison people for saying the Earth revolves
around the sun.
But it's the secrecy of the Bilderberg Group that causes all the controversy.
If indeed they are only trying to fix the world, then why should those meetings be kept
so secret.
Surely if the truth they speak is for the common good, we need to hear it.
Or do they think the common man, the sheep among the herd, can't handle the truth?
The attendees might not want to do nefarious things like depopulate the planet, but you
might ask if all those apparently saintly attendees do have self-interest in mind.
Maybe one day we'll find out.
Now you really have to watch this video, “The Origin Of Evil: The Devil.”
Or go watch this video…
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