Written by CS January 13, 2013
With conspiracy theorist icon Alex Jones in the news this week thanks to his loquacious assault on CNN’s Piers Morgan, I thought this to be a good time to post up the Bilderberg documentary Nigel and I did featuring my exclusive interview with him.
As caustic as Jones can come off in the media, he’s really very affable and accommodating in person. The man is a human dynamo of undying energy and zeal, but still remembers that it all comes down to people and changing minds.
While I can’t support Jones’ recent view on lax gun restrictions, I do think he does a good job of illuminating serious events that often remain in mainstream shadows.
Case in point, his dogged pursuit of the Bilderberg Group. Before it was cool to follow the Occupy movement, Jones was traveling the world shouting at these guys in their luxury hotels through a bullhorn.
Explicit and villainous world domination aren’t the stated goals of Bilderberg (in fact they make a point to not state any goals) but Jones would have you see it that way.
This documentary isn’t designed for fact or fiction, but rather to show the secretive cabal through the eyes of the 99.999% of concerned people who aren’t members of the powerful group. And due to Bilderberg’s covertness, those views are often fragmented and speculative…which is exactly what Bilderberg relies on to remain enigmatic.
The most effective assessment of the coterie I heard during my weekend in Chantilly, Virginia was from The Guardian reporter Charlie Skelton who said, “The best way to look at it is as a serious political event.”
Regardless of rumor and propaganda, the Bilderberg Group is comprised of the world’s most influential people in the political, military, and business spheres–and they are planning something.
When you hang out with your friends during the weekend do you guys talk and plan for the future? Of course. Just apply this sentiment on a global scale.
Hope you like the video.