Rick Perry is announcing his GOP candidacy for President this Saturday. If you know of the Bilderberg Group and its last conference in Switzerland, this should come as no surprise. According to those trying to keep a close eye on the secret Bilderberger meetings and this Austin News 8 report below, Perry was invited to attend the 2007 conference in Istanbul. Many believe it was at this conference that Perry was presumably vetted for the higher office of presidency in 2012.
Many believe the Bilderberger Group puts its influence behind a presidential candidate from each party who will help the group move its agendas forward. American voters are given the illusion of choice, but in reality, the real decision on who becomes President is made for them. They believe that Bilderberg likes to own both horses in a two horse race for the White House. This is how the powerful elite in the world will always get their way. Whether or not any of this is true, it does appear odd that many other U.S. Presidents have attended Bilderberger conferences prior to being elected. As governor, Clinton attended his first Bilderberg meeting in 1991 and was elected president about a year later. President George W. Bush’s trip to Italy coincided neatly with the 2004 conference in Stresa, Italy. Obama attended the 2008 Bilderberg meeting in Chantilly, Va., just before winning the 2008 Democratic nomination.
Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) is one of few on the inside who have openly answered questions regarding the Bilderberg Group and their influence in world politics. Read that here.
Another interesting caveat here is that Newt Gingrich thought to be a member of the Bilderberger Group and the Trilateral Commission. Newt allegedly said he never had participated and never would participate in Bilderberg or Trilateral Commission meetings. One might wonder why his candidacy for President has fallen flat and his entire campaign staff has quit on him. What’s really going on here?
Time will tell if the conspiracy theorists are correct on this one. If Perry wins the Republican nomination for 2012, we may want look a little more closely at who is really pulling the strings. If he doesn’t, then maybe the conspiracy folks are wrong on this issue altogether. Let’s wait and see.
Posted onMarch 28, 2011|Comments Off on Minnesotans making a run for president
MN Canidates for President
Two-term Minnesota governor Tim Pawlenty is running for president in 2012. It also appears likely that Michele Bachmann will be forming her exploratory committee this summer. Both politicians have their share of supporters and critics, so it will be interesting to watch this play out. Unfortunately, I think the vitriol is going to be brutal during the next presidential campaign. I am not looking forward to that.
Who do you think has a better chance at getting the Republican nomination for president in 2012?
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