Bilderberg Fears Losing Control In Chaos-Plagued World

bilderPaul Joseph Watson
Monday, May 18, 2009

Investigative journalist Daniel Estulin, whose information from inside Bilderberg has routinely proven accurate, states that the global elite’s plan to completely destroy the economy and ultimately lower global population by two thirds has stoked fears even within Bilderberg itself that the fallout from such chaos could ultimately result in the globalists losing their control over the world.

In a telephone interview, Estulin re-iterated his original points about Bilderberg’s 2009 agenda, which were released in a pre-meeting booklet to members. These include the notion that investors, whipped up into a false state of euphoria by the belief that the economy is recovering, are being suckered into ploughing their money back into the system as a set up for “massive losses and searing financial pain in the months ahead” as the stock market reverses its uptrend and plummets to new lows.

One of Bilderberg’s main topics of conversation at this year’s meeting was whether to oversee a long period of economic stagnation or to quickly sink the economy with a rapid depression.

Estulin called the “bank stress tests” recently conducted as being “little more than a shameless hoax based on the irrational assumption that the economy wont get as bad as it already is.”

Bilderberg are also intent in pushing through the Lisbon Treaty despite it being rejected by countries in Europe who allowed their population to vote on the issue, and are prepared to manufacture demonization campaigns against anti-EU pressure groups, namely the Libertas organization fronted by Declan Ganley.

One of Bilderberg’s primary concerns according to Estulin is the danger that their zeal to reshape the world by engineering chaos in order to implement their long term agenda could cause the situation to spiral out of control and eventually lead to a scenario where Bilderberg and the global elite in general are overwhelmed by events and end up losing their control over the planet.

Estulin said that the economic crisis is a vastly greater threat than a mere recession and that, as long as the present structure of the global economy remains the same, it will ultimately lead to a massive population reduction of two thirds within a generation or two.

Estulin said that such a massive crisis would bring many unknowns that “Scare and frighten some of the more savvy members of the Bilderberg inner circle who are wondering how far they have actually gone not only to destroy the world but perhaps even destroy themselves,” adding that this subject was a topic of conversation at this year’s meeting.

Estulin highlighted a phrase that he first ran across in Bilderberg documents many years ago but only came to understand more recently following the 2002 meeting in Chantilly Virginia, the term “demand destruction”.

Estulin said that a source connected to the World Bank explained to him that, “You destroy demand by destroying the world economy on purpose – which is what we’re witnessing right now,” added Estulin, “destruction of the world economy on purpose.”

Listen to Estulin’s interview with The Corbett Report below.


3 Responses

  1. We need to overpopulate because only a tiny fraction of us will ever be able to contribute to the necessary space war that is our ultimate purpose on this planet. If we do not shape up and FOCUS on our only real enemy, the flying ice and fire balls which cyclicly tend to wipe us all out; nothing else will really matter. If we DO get our act together, the effort will educate and unify the now scattered tattered remnanst of tribes all broken now by strife. But the rewards of that strife are the toys we will need for the ultimate fight, how ironic! Chin up, despite our worst behavior, we are the good guys here, the real heroes. Our slovenly and aggressive natures are what it took to first contrive and then defeat enemies wholly whipped up from egocentric shortsighted froth. However, since our original natures: lazy primates willing to settle for “tight pussy, loose shoes, and a warm place to shit”-(George Ball, sec. interior -Nixon) didn’t cut it, we had to crank it up a notch. Now we have no enemies, (the more we get to know them) but we have the right stuff to keep the whole planet free of asteroids; and that is a good thing. The rest is just soap opera.

    • I dont believe they are trying to destroy the world economy but there is definitly an attack on the standard of living, general wealth and the wealth of the American people who have been reclassified as workforce by clinton and his congress as well as our Vermonter legislature and governor.

      With the invasion of the rights and powers of the people by congress and legislatures, there are no longer private contracts guaranteed by our state constitution. Examples are credit cards and home mortgages, water rights….

      The enemy of the people of this nation are the republicans and democrats who as an oligarchy of autocrats who destroy the sovereignty of this nation and expand world domination as a police state.

      Without return to the Constitutions we will be managed by r and d’s and the corporations as peons and indentured servants.

      Without obedience to the Constitutions we are just another third world country.

  2. Such talk is to naive, because in a couple of decades at the current trajectory non-irrigated crops are going to start routinely failing due to record high temperatures:

    “Few seem to realise that the present IPCC models predict almost unanimously that by 2040 the average summer in Europe will be as hot as the summer of 2003 when over 30,000 died from heat. By then we may cool ourselves with air conditioning and learn to live in a climate no worse than that of Baghdad now. But without extensive irrigation the plants will die and both farming and natural ecosystems will be replaced by scrub and desert. What will there be to eat? The same dire changes will affect the rest of the world and I can envisage Americans migrating into Canada and the Chinese into Siberia but there may be little food for any of them.” –Dr James Lovelock’s lecture to the Royal Society, 29 Oct. ’07

    “We underestimated the risks … we underestimated the damage associated with temperature increases … and we underestimated the probabilities of temperature increases.” — Sir Nicholas Stern, author of “The Stern Report,” April 17, 2008

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