Power brokers are “constantly” talking politics reveals former attendee.

Paul Joseph Watson
Tuesday, July 12, 2011

A Bohemian Grove insider has gone public to reveal that the secretive gathering of power brokers set to begin this week in Monte Rio, California is far more serious than the ‘summer holiday camp’ tag routinely attached to the powwow by the establishment media, noting how members “constantly” discuss business and politics.

Bohemian Grove is a privately owned 2,700 acre compound in Monte Rio, California surrounded by giant old-growth redwood trees. Once a year it plays host to a bizarre confab attended by some of the most powerful people in the world, including many US politicians and government officials, during which participants embroil themselves in a heady mixture of plutocratic plotting and occult pagan ritual ceremonies.

Alex Jones made history in 2000 when he became the first journalist to capture on video the ‘cremation of care’ ceremony, where Grove members dressed in Eyes Wide Shut-style hooded capes make a mock child sacrifice to Moloch, the pagan owl god, represented as a 50 foot statue carved out of a hollowed redwood tree.

The mainstream press has habitually treated Bohemian Grove in a similar manner to their coverage of the annual Bilderberg meetings, dismissing the confabs as little more than informal chats interspersed with leisure activities, despite the fact that, like Bilderberg, Bohemian Grove has been the birthplace of some of the most momentous developments in modern history. Like Bilderberg, it is also used to groom future leaders and Presidents.

Although Matt Oggero, the club’s general manager, told the Press Democrat this week that Bohemian Grove is merely “a group of guys out in the woods having a good time,” Presidents Nixon and Reagan both attended the elitist get-together before they captured the Oval Office. George W. Bush was also introduced to Grove power brokers in 1995 by his father five years before becoming President.

In 1942 Bohemian Grove was the setting for the birthplace of the Manhattan Project, which led to the creation of the atomic bomb, a story often retold by Grove members who are proud of the fact that the most important scientific development of the 20th century was conceived there.

The Strategic Defense Initiative, Star Wars, was also the brainchild of Grove members and was first introduced during a lakeside talk in the early 80’s, before Ronald Reagan publicly proposed the program in March 1983.

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Despite two of the most monumental scientific developments of the 20th century being born at the Grove, the establishment media still largely peddles the myth that the annual event is nothing more than a casual carnival for rich revelers.

However, new disclosures by a former Bohemian Grove attendee blow that fable out of the water.

In an interview with the San Francisco Chronicle’s Debra J. Saunders, Sonoma State sociology Professor Peter Phillips, who attended the confab in 1994, said that the elitist encampment was a forum for “very important people” to discuss “intimate issues”.

Philips made it clear that networking and making deals was a key component of Grove activity.

“They’re very clearly talking politics and business constantly,” he told Saunders, completely contradicting the Bohemian Club’s claim that “weaving spiders come not here,” a reference to the notion that members talking shop is severely frowned upon.

“I proved the opposite, quite clearly,” said Philips. “I heard conversations about business. ‘If GE comes in on the deal, we can get the Japanese to join’ – three men walking down a trail together.”

The fact that Bohemian Grove is perhaps the ultimate ‘secret room’, in which world and domestic policy is agreed upon in amidst bizarre environment of drunken frivolity, alleged homosexual prostitution, and occult pagan ceremonies should be of utmost concern to any thinking person.

Just like Bilderberg, Bohemian Grove is antithetical to the notion that politicians are supposed to represent the American people who elect them, and instead underscores the fact that policy is being conceived behind closed-doors in a completely secretive, nefarious and undemocratic manner.


Paul Joseph Watson is the editor and writer for Prison Planet.com. He is the author of Order Out Of Chaos. Watson is also a regular fill-in host for The Alex Jones Show.

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