Overview of events at 2011 Bilderberg Group meeting (VIDEOS)


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Here is an overview the most significant events that occurred during the 2011 Bilderberg Group meeting in St. Mortiz, Switzerland. 
Bomb threat shuts down road to Bilderberg conference:
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. It has been reported that the road closure under the pretense of a bomb threat blocked 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. Reports say a “tubular device” was “found” by Swiss police and two people were handcuffed and taken away. 
Italian MEP assaulted by Bilderberg Security plans on taking legal action
An Italian politician (Lega Nord party) and member of the European Parliament’s Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs, Mario Borghezio, was beaten and arrested by Bilderberg Security on thursday as he attempted to enter the meeting and protest its secretive globalist agenda. He was reportedly accompanied by other EU members. The Italian European Parliament member who was violently assaulted by security guards outside the site of the elitist Bilderberg conference at the Suvretta hotel in St. Moritz has vowed to take legal action. Mario Borghezio attempted to enter the conference on Thursday but was met with a hostile response from security and police. Reports circulating at the time suggested that Borghezio had been pushed away and even had his nose broken. Borghezio announced at a press conference on Friday that he would bring legal charges in connection with the incident. The Italian Embassy in Bern has also demanded an investigation be launched into what transpired. “I have been assisted by the Swiss police, but the treatment suffered by the security of the meeting was brutal,” Borghezio said. “I opposes Bilderberg because it makes important decisions without popular control. It is clear that the Bildergberg Club is a secret society,” had added. Borghezio’s attempted to crash Bilderberg as a symbolic protest against the secretive group’s inherently undemocratic foundation. 
Swiss MP demands to enter the Suvretta House Hotel during Bilderberg conference
A number of Swiss MPS did move forward with an effort to have Bilderberg member and war criminal Henry Kissinger and others arrested. Dominique Baettig’s called on Swiss federal authorities to apprehend the former U.S. Secretary of State. Jura canton representative Dominique Baettig and members of Swiss National Council are calling for the arrest of conference participants who are internationally wanted for war crimes, including George W. Bush, Henry Kissinger, Dick Cheney, and Richard Perle. Kissinger and Perle are known to be regular Bilderberg attendees. In February, Bush cancelled a trip to Switzerland due demands for his arrest over the treatment of prisoners at Guantánamo Bay and other war crimes. In addition Swiss politician Lukas Reimann said the Swiss People’s Party opposes the IMF, the World Bank, and the Bilderberg Group. The Swiss People’s Party is the largest party in the Federal Assembly, with 58 members of the National Council and 6 of the Council of States. A small delegation stepped up to the gates of the Suvretta House Hotel and presented themselves Friday night to the head of security at Bilderberg.
“I’d like to come in,” said the Swiss MP Dominque Baettig.
“I am a member of the Swiss parliament,” he said, “and I would like to go inside.”
“I’m sorry”, said the head of security. “But no.”
There was no violence towards Baettig, but like Borghezio he was also asked to leave by police. Before he arrived, Baettig had warned police and security guards in a letter (Dominique Baettig’s letter, in German) that there would be significant consequences if protesters were mistreated or prevented from exercising their free speech rights. 
Male prostitutes serving the Bilderberg elite at El Paradiso compound?
Following several reports that male prostitutes were being transported to a location near the Suvretta Hotel at which Bilderberg members are stationed in St. Moritz, members of the elitist confab were subsequently photographed leaving the luxury El Paradiso compound and walking back to the hotel. Indications that male prostitutes were being provided for Bilderberg members began to stir Friday night following a conversation with someone who worked behind the bar in a hotel five minutes drive down the road from the Suvretta.
Although extremely reluctant to provide details at first, the source, a young homosexual man in his 20′s, admitted to us that he was being flown by helicopter in the morning to the El Paradiso resort to service a group of important people. The El Paradiso is a luxury getaway that brags on its website about how it provides all manner of pampering services to its clients. It is located about 10 minutes drive up the narrow mountain road from the Suvretta Hotel. As the conversation progressed, the individual made it clear that the job was not just bar work or waiting on tables. The source told us that he was being paid huge amounts of money for the job and that he had been hired for similar roles before by rich people. The man discussed how on the last such occasion he was given a full body search before he entered the building, was put in a white robe and then body searched again. A beer bottle opener that also contained a tiny penknife was confiscated before he was allowed to enter.
Independently other journalists discovered that Bilderberg members were planning to visit El Paradiso, and rumors of male prostitutes continued to circulate. The area around El Paradiso was crawling with police and a few hours later, Bilderberg members, including Peter Mandelson, were  seen leaving El Paradiso and making their way back via cable cars to the Suvretta hotel which is down the mountain. 
Bilderberg members confronted by protesters
Astounding footage has emerged of top Bilderberg members being confronted by protesters as they walked on foot down the mountain road towards the Suvretta Hotel. Bilderberg attendees rarely ever venture outside of hotel grounds which is why this represents such a shocking development. Out of their mini bus stepped Erich Schmidt, the executive chairman of Google, and Franco Bernabè, the CEO of Telecom Italia, followed by China’s vice-minister of foreign affairs, Ying Fu.

Ying Fu – China’s vice-minister of foreign affairs
Then came the Swedish billionaire banker and industrialist Jacob Wallenberg, and the dapper CEO of Airbus, Thomas Enders. Mandelson led the way, locked in conversation with Sir Richard Lambert, a global non-executive director for Ernst & Young and the former editor of the FT. The Tory MP Rory Stewart trotted behind. It was an odd walk right from the start. Mandelson fell into step with Schmidt. We couldn’t hear their happy chatter, but probably they were discussing how best to implement an internet kill switch. This couldn’t possibly be happening. “This is terrible,” Mandelson was heard to exclaim as the activists swarmed around the delegates, firing questions and chorusing their concern.
Peter Mandelson and Richard Lambert
One activist, Ali Aslan, walked alongside Enders, the Airbus boss, and?asked him what was being discussed at this year’s conference. “Nothing bad,” said Enders. “We are just making our agendas.” (This was the German word used: agenda – the same as in English). “I don’t understand,” said Alsan. “There are politicians inside. Why are we not allowed to know what you’re talking about?” Enders smiled and said: “I don’t have to tell you, and you don’t need to know.” And with that, he and his fellow delegates ducked beneath the security cordon, into the blessed safety of Bilderberg.
CREDITS GO TO: Infowars, AFP, WeAreChange, The Guardian and InfoKrieg
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