Skelton: Stop Bilderberg’s Nightmare Future At All Costs


by Paul Joseph Watson, PrisonPlanet.com, June 19, 2009
Published here: Wednesday May 20, 2009 at 7:59 PM
 

London Guardian journalist warns of horrendous future of spot checks, harassment and subjugation if population accepts ID cards, microchips

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London Guardian journalist Charlie Skelton, who began his coverage of the 2009 Bilderberg conference in a jovial and mocking manner, is now warning that the horrendous treatment dished out to him by both police and undercover spies is just a taste of what we can expect in our daily lives if we allow Bilderberg’s agenda, and specifically ID cards and implantable microchips, to be implemented.

Initially setting out to cover the event in a satirical way, Skelton left Greece yesterday chilled to the bone about how he had been harassed, detained and stalked for days on end by authorities merely for taking photographs of the hotel where Bilderberg members were staying. Continue reading “Skelton: Stop Bilderberg’s Nightmare Future At All Costs”

Editor’s Letter # 8: Internal Fighting


by Wes Penre, Wednesday May 20, 2009 at 7:00 AM

Please don’t tell me that all my research is in vain. People who are posting comments on this blog are usually people who already know a lot about world events and who is pulling the strings — with other words, we’re supposed to be on the same side.

What truly amazes me is that when people get together on forums like this here and other kinds, they just can’t help themselves — they have to fight against each other over small disagreements they may have, often on religion and religious beliefs.

This is very, very discouraging. We need to forget our petty disagreements and come together as One, or we’re all lost!

Also, it seems to be a pattern. People start posting with good intents, then someone, or a couple of people, join and make life miserable for the rest of the group.

I don’t even blame those who come in and destroy — the ones that upset me are the ones who fall into this ancient and basic trap when someone is trying to split up the group. Wake up people and grow up! If someone starts insulting and go on your nerves, the best thing you can do is just neglict him/her and they will eventually disappear. Continue with your constructive discussions and leave these people out!

I really hope this helps. I want to see discussions and positive thinking, not internal fighting.

Thank you,
Wes