Posted by: madkentdragon | June 10, 2013

Should I Be Worried?

So there is a group called “Bildeberg” who secretively meet once a year, but what do they do?

I looked at Wikipedia and this is what it said: 

The original conference was held at the Hotel de Bilderberg in Oosterbeek, Netherlands, from 29 to 31 May 1954. It was initiated by several people, including Polish politician-in-exile Józef Retinger, concerned about the growth of anti-Americanism in Western Europe, who proposed an international conference at which leaders from European countries and the United States would be brought together with the aim of promoting Atlanticism – better understanding between the cultures of the United States and Western Europe to foster cooperation on political, economic, and defence issues.

So what does it talk about now? I noticed that this year that the Group have employed a PR company for the first time  – well with social media alive with speculation, I suppose it had to – but why is it so secretive?

Whilst all this speculation was filling the ether, we then get told that Secret Services here and in the USA are spying on all our e-mail and social media accounts – but this has been, sort of, denied in the UK. The language was a bit ambiguous – wasn’t it?

I must admit I have read a few novels which are full of conspiracy ideas, but I’ve always laughed at them, they were good for the plot – but not in “real life”; I don’t know if any of them are true, but I will admit that these two, Bildeberg and Prism have got me thinking.

So come on you people who we elected to our government – tell the truth – should I be worried or not?




  1. Sadly I think you are quite right to be worried. I am not a conspiracy theorist but I am a great be liver in the law of unexpected consequences – generally known by a more vulgar term – the cock up no one saw coming.

    The thing is that government here is not malign and what it does it does be cause it thinks it will be good for us (and, therefore, that we will vote for them). The trouble is that neither they nor we really do know what is in our best interests. Two illustrations: Trident and this email business.

    Is Trident a deterrent or not? I don’t know the answer although I can’t see who it could deter since you have to be a madman to use a nuclear weapon and madmen aren’t deterred by threats. Does anyone really know the answer?

    Then there is this email thing. That is different, completely different. Here we have a product of modern risk aversion and a culture that can no longer assess risk. So, all our freedoms (for hi h we have fought so hard) are likely to be thrown aside to protect us – from what? Sure, there is always a risk that a terrorist will do something like fly a plane into a skyscraper or let off a bomb I the Underground. You and I are at risk of being in that skyscraper or on that tube station at the wrong time but . . . I understand that policemen driving police cars with blue lights flashing have killed more people in the UK in the last fifty years than have terrorists using guns and bombs.

    So, yes, we need to be worried. Freedom is precious, easily lost and diffi ult to regain.

  2. I can only agree with Rodney Willet on this you, we, everyone should be worried. If you look back over the last century and past tory governments you will see that our defence was cut, they did it just before WW2 and why? because they had their own hidden agenda. All to do with appeasing other people. If this were not true why are they cutting the very services that keep you and I safe?

    As for this ‘spying’ thing they knew about it they had too to authorise it, but forgot an important fact. If you go gathering everything you get bogged down and what you are looking for is missed. The trick is to know exactly which areas to look in and concentrate on them with an eye on other places just in case.

    I do not like secret societies they are secret for a specific reason, flim-flam! Whilst they are taking your attention someone or something else is happening that people do not want noticed until it is too late. Yes we all need to be worried

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