Similar to the 10 km (6.2 mile) exclusion zone around the radioactive Chernobyl nuclear plant, Austrian Federal Police have seemingly set up a 10 km zone to keep the public away from a hotel where over 150 world leaders will meet in secret.
Over 2,000 police officers are roaming the Austrian countryside to set up roadside checkpoints to keep reporters and the public miles away from the Interalpen Hotel near the city of Telfs, where the Bilderberg Group will hold it’s annual meeting starting Thursday.
By prohibiting people from the right to peaceful assembly in public, the exclusion zone is one of the largest anti-free speech zones the world has ever known.
Six miles from the hotel, reporters Josh Owens and Rob Dew were harassed by one cop in particular who looked just like Arnold Schwarzenegger from The Terminator.
“We asked him what trails we could go on; we were trying to comply and be nice even though they were being so obsessively ridiculous,” Owens said. “He said [while pointing] ‘This is not for you, that is not for you, and where you are now is as far as you can go; these trails are not for you’ all while his eye was pulsing this red magma.”
Simply put, the Austrian police are telling journalists they do not have access to a public area over three times the size of Manhattan, assuming the exclusion zone is roughly a 10 km circle with the Interalpen Hotel at its center.
“It’s almost as if they enjoy the villain appeal,” Owens said about the Bilderberg Group. “The Alps with the fog drifting up over the trees and then they’re in this castle up there in the middle of no where… I mean it really is like the villain’s lair from a movie.”
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