June 9, 2011
Editor’s note: Charlie Skelton of the Guardian reports that a “tubular device” was “found” by Swiss police, two people were cuffed and taken away. Mr. Skelton said he will soon be in possession of a photo of the alleged perpetrator and will post it pronto. We will follow his post here.
In a transparent effort to block access as attendees arrive for this year’s Bilderberg meeting in St. Moritz, Switzerland, officials have claimed a bomb threat and closed a major road in and out of the historic alpine village.
Video reports on the purported bomb scare and road closure by Aaron Dykes follow:
Earlier workers erected a cloth barrier around the luxury hotel where the meeting will be held beginning today. The wall obstructing view of the hotel is an obvious attempt to prevent the media from observing the hotel grounds and possibly identifying its high-powered guests.
The Infowars.com team on the ground in St. Moritz reports the road closure under the pretense of a bomb threat will block traffic from the village for at least two hours, possibly longer.
The supposed bomb threat is an effort to not only deny the media access, but also prevent a convergence of activists from across Europe and beyond from protesting at the event.
On June 8, Alex called for a large scale peaceful protest in St. Moritz to draw attention to the secretive cabal of globalists.
“We are urging all demonstrators to make their way to the Suvretta Hotel in St. Moritz this Saturday at 12 noon to force upon Bilderbergers what they fear the most – the spotlight,” writes Steve Watson.
Earlier today, the Swiss media reported that a large group of protesters from the Swiss Young Socialists party is headed to Bilderberg on Saturday. In addition, according to another Swiss news report, the conservative Swiss People’s Party is also planning a protest at the Bilderberg meeting.
Alex Jones and Infowars.com are not affiliated with either group.
In the past, the corporate media shied away from covering the event but are now obliged to report on it in order to compete with the alternative media – in particular, the popular Drudge Report – and also give their pro-globalist spin.
Stay tuned. Alex Jones and Infowars.com will bring you more on this important development.
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