Action is violation of 2010 Equality Act
Paul Joseph Watson
June 1, 2013
The Bilderberg Group ordered a hotel at which journalists from Infowars were set to stay to cover the organization’s secretive confab next week to cancel the reservations in an unprecedented attempt to block freedom of the press.
Alex Jones and his reporters all received phone calls from the Grove Hotel in Watford, England today informing them that their reservations – which ran until the day before Bilderberg are set to meet in the same location – had been cancelled.
The manager of the hotel informed us that due to “consultations with the security services” in preparation for a big conference taking place next week, all the rooms had been cancelled.
When asked if Jones and his crew were considered a “security risk,” the hotel manager responded “I’m not implying that,” suggesting that the rooms were cancelled simply because Bilderberg ordered the Grove to do so.
To be clear, Infowars reporters had not attempted to book rooms during the Bilderberg conference, this was days before the Bilderberg conference, and yet the rooms were still cancelled.
The Grove’s action in discriminating against individuals for their political beliefs is a violation of the 2010 Equality Act. Previous cases under the same law brought by those discriminated against by guest houses due to their sexuality have been successful. A 2012 European Court of Human Rights judgement affirms the fact that discrimination against an individual due to their political beliefs is unlawful under the Equality Act.
The security operation surrounding Bilderberg – a huge chunk of which is being paid for by taxpayers to the tune of millions of pounds – is so paranoid that it doesn’t want reporters anywhere near the sprawling luxury Grove estate days before a single Bilderberg member even arrives.
This is yet another damning indictment of how Bilderberg is comprised of authoritarian control freaks who despise transparency and freedom of the press, to the extent that they now exert power over private businesses like the Grove in order to cause problems for members of the media.
All this coincided with a hack attack on Infowars.com, which has been under sustained attack over the last 12 hours.
Infowars had already arranged back-up hotels in the event of the rooms being cancelled and will still cover the event, undeterred by the intimidation tactics being deployed against us.
Such tactics mirror what happened to Alex Jones and his reporters last year when they were kicked out of the Marriott Hotel in Chantilly days before the Bilderberg meeting. Police even then tried to get Jones and his crew kicked out from other nearby hotels.
The Bilderberg Group has once again wielded its power in a way that will only backfire in that it will draw more attention to their authoritarian agenda. Thousands of people will descend on the site of the meeting in the spirit of freedom and there’s nothing Bilderberg can do about it.
Infowars is now calling on concerned citizens from all over the United Kingdom and Europe to rally to the cause and communicate the message to Bilderberg that they cannot crush the right to free speech, freedom of the press, and the right to demonstrate.
Alex Jones has a recording of the phone call he received from the hotel and this will be added to the article shortly.