Update: InfoWars reporters have since spoken with a communications expert who revealed that this system can also be used for monitoring communications.
The secretive Bilderberg Group has deployed a hi-tech jamming system to shut down communications around the site of the elitist confab’s luxury hotel in order to strangle media coverage of the event.
After visiting one of the closest spots to the InterAlpen hotel that is still accessible, Infowars filmed a communications truck owned by the Federal Ministry for Transport and Technology. Large antennas are also visible on top of the hotel, as well as a giant newly erected mast in the forest near the hotel.
Infowars spoke to an informed local in the immediate vicinity who confirmed that cellphone coverage in the area around the hotel had died since the tower was erected. The individual had also met with police and security near the hotel.
Cellphone jammers work by preventing cellular phones from receiving signals from base stations. The jammers are technically illegal in European Union countries.
This triangulated jamming system would explain why Infowars reporters Rob Dew and Josh Owens have been unable to broadcast live via Skype anywhere near the InterAlpen hotel.
Apparently, Bilderberg is so afraid of media coverage, that police checkpoints miles away from the hotel are not enough, now they have resorted to installing expensive devices which shut down communications, presumably at taxpayer expense.
This is obviously to restrict communications amongst protesters as well as strangling live streaming coverage of Bilderberg members arriving and leaving.
As we reported earlier, police have already announced that anyone caught within the huge Bilderberg security perimeter will face fines of 500 euros or be sent to prison for two weeks.
Infowars reporters Rob Dew, Josh Owens and Paul Joseph Watson will be on the ground in Austria all week covering the Bilderberg conference.