Infowars cameraman Josh Owens describes the heavy-handed police state tactics of the Austrian police when dealing with the alternative media.
Every year the Bilderberg confab tweaks its efforts to lock out the media, deny transparency and keep its agenda secret. Regardless of the country where these globalists stage their annual meetings, governments invariably follow orders and dispatch police to deny access and intimidate journalists.
Meanwhile, when the establishment media bothers to file reports on the Bilderberg meeting, it invariably portrays the meeting as an informal gab fest of little consequence and the alternative media and demonstrators as conspiracy theorists.
On June 9 a member of the Austrian Home Guard NCO contacted Infowars. He pointed us to a web page (in German) detailing how the National Police Directorate in Tirol Innsbruck created an “Integrated management and operations staff” to deal with security issues at the Bilderberg meeting at Telfs-Buchen and the G7 summit in Elmau on June 7 and 8. Advanced preparations for security began in late May.
Since ISIS and other terrorist groups supposedly dedicated to attacking the West have not targeted what should be considered a prime target, the security in Austria has but one goal — to prevent the alternative media from covering the meeting and also keeping demonstrators miles away from the exclusive resort.
The Austrian police web page also reports border authorities have prevented an “increased volume of people” from entering the country.
Our contact provided the following information for those interested in expressing their displeasure with the Austrian police.
Please remember to express your opposition politely and non-aggressively. Confrontation will only allow the authorities in Austria to discount opposition.
Relevant phone numbers follow:
(0043 for Austria)
LPD Tirol (State Police directorate of Tyrol)
Telefon: 059133/70/0 (0043 59133700)
Fax: 059133/70/6009 (0043 59133706009)
Traffic information center of the LPD Tirol
Polizeiinspektion Telfs (police office Telfs)
0043 (0)59 1337 126100
Bundesministerium für Inneres (Federal Ministry of the interior)
Einlaufstelle (drop-in center)
Tel.: +43-(0)1-531 26-0
Fax: +43-(0)1-531 26-108613
Bürgerservice und Auskunftsstelle (Citizen service and information point)
Telefon +43-(0)1-531 26-3100
Fax: +43-(0)1-531 26-2125
Pressestelle des Innenministeriums (public relations office)
Telefon +43-(0)1- 531 26 – 2488
Fax: +43-(0)1-531 26 – 2573
Bundesamt zur Korruptionsprävention und Korruptionsbekämpfung (Federal office for corruption prevention and control)
Telefon +43-(0)1-531 26-6800
Fax: +43-(0)-1-531 26-10 85 83