Thursday, June 10, 2010

Neocon Frum Shills For Bilderberg

Arch Neocon David Frum, the man who coined the term “axis of evil” as a speech writer of George W. Bush, wants us to believe that the Bilderberg Group consists of a washed up group of old men who do not really have any political power or influence, a claim we have consistently debunked.

Writing in the National Post, Frum, who admits to having attended a number of Bilderberg meetings in the 1990s, argues that the group continues to operate in strict secrecy only to stay relevant:

Aside from his attempts to downplay the influence of the group, Frum reveals that Bilderberg primarily focuses on “the urgency of European integration, and the ever-rising menace of populist conservatism in the United States.”

Here we have a Bilderberg attendee admitting that the rise of political figures such as Rand Paul – whom Frum himself has attacked on several occasions – is a consistent thorn in the side of the Bilderberg globalist agenda.

Frum also openly admits that Bilderberg is populated by Nazis:

Scene: I’m in the hotel bar after a Bilderberg session in Belgium. I get into conversation with an elderly fellow-attendee, a wealthy German businessman. Then: “You know, I was a Nazi.” Weren’t a lot of people? “Oh yes. But I was especially ardent. I volunteered for service in Russia.”