John Kerry labels Bilderberg protesters “hoodlums”
Paul Joseph Watson
March 11, 2013
According to veteran journalist Jim Tucker, during a recent meeting in London, several elitists shared the sentiment that a mid-east war targeting Iran and Syria could be on the agenda for the secretive Bilderberg Group’s 2013 confab.
“War in the Middle East has been on the minds of Bilderberg members,” states the report, referring to an exchange between Vernon E. Jordan Jr. and another attendee about Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s increasing hostility towards Iran. Jordan, a Bilderberg regular, is the Senior Managing Director with Lazard Freres & Co. LLC, an investment banking firm. He also sits on the board of directors of numerous large corporations, including American Express, J.C. Penney Corporation, Asbury Automotive Group and the Dow Jones & Company.
“It doesn’t matter if it’s true or not, when Bennie boy gets mad about anything, it is directed at Iran and adds to the potential for war,” Jordan reportedly said, adding, “The more Bennie Boy gets mad at Iran, the better the chances for a really big Mideast war.”
Jordan’s fellow attendee responded, “The bigger the war, the better the chances of establishing a global banking system to finance such ventures.”
The conversation took place during a meeting in London on February 25 and was reportedly overheard by a source, “who travels extensively and regularly attends gatherings hosted by the country’s top elites.” Jim Tucker is renowned for having sources inside Bilderberg who routinely leak to him the group’s annual location and agenda weeks beforehand.
US Secretary of State John Kerry also weighed in, responding to concerns that there had been no boots on the ground and no direct US or NATO military intervention in Syria by remarking, “we can fix that.”
On the same day, Kerry gave a news conference in London asserting that Syrian rebels would not be left, “dangling in the wind wondering where the support is or if it’s coming.”
The issue of regime change in Syria was also on the agenda during last year’s conference, which was attended by Syrian National Transitional Council head Bassma Kodmani.
Kerry also hinted that the 2013 Bilderberg meeting will take place in the United States for an unprecedented second year running because no matter where the secretive group hosts its annual confab, “hoodlums” will always show up to demonstrate.
“In another indication Bilderberg will again meet in Chantilly, Virginia (though definitely not a certainty), Kerry said it is “most convenient” because “there are so many reasons for people around the world to fly to Washington. It’s easy to drop in on Bilderberg on a weekend when you have scheduled meetings at the State Department, White House or wherever. We know the hoodlums will be there wherever we meet. So make it convenient for everybody,” reports Tucker.
Kerry’s arrogant vitriol directed towards vocal opponents of Bilderberg’s undemocratic agenda has become a general theme in recent years.
During last year’s confab in Chantilly, a source working inside the Westfields Marriott hotel told London Guardian journalist Charlie Skelton that Bilderberg attendees referred to protesters outside the hotel as “cockroaches”.
During the 2010 Bilderberg meeting in Spain, members were overheard complaining about the fact that demonstrators could even afford to travel to different countries in order to make their voices heard and that the fact they still had an income that allowed them to do so was a “permanent threat” to and “very scary” to Bilderberg’s agenda.
Bilderberg’s possible decision to avoid Europe for a second year running, which would represent a first in the group’s history, could have been prompted by events during the 2011 conference in St. Moritz, Switzerland, during which Bilderberg members were directly confronted by protesters. Dominique Baettig, a prominent member of Switzerland’s largest political party, also attempted to confront other Swiss politicians attending the secretive confab and called for a parliamentary investigation into the activities of the group.
Italian lawyer Alfonso Luigi Marra also recently requested that the Public Prosecutor of Rome investigate Bilderberg for criminal activity, another good reason for its members to avoid gathering in Europe.
During a November 30-December 3 meeting in Washington of Bilderberg’s North American Group, former deputy secretary of state Richard Armitage reportedly said that Trilateral Commission and Bilderberg luminaries were angry over “their constant exposure,” citing it as a reason for why Bilderberg was planning to avoid Europe, where attention from media outlets is more intense in contrast to the largely compliant US corporate press.
Attempts to book a room at the Westfields Marriott hotel in Chantilly, Bilderberg’s usual haunt, from Friday to Monday June 21-June 24 are met with a message saying no rooms are available. However, it is still possible to book a room when checking out on Sunday June 23rd. All other weekends around these dates are still available.