Bilderberg Struggles To Prevent Brexit

It’s interesting how the world’s acceptance of shadow groups has grown. Any mention of the Bilderberg group used to guarantee someone ridicule and be ostracized, but that has all changed now.

Not until President Obama’s original election in 2008, did the powers that be relent on the secrecy surrounding the group. Obama and Hillary ditched the Press Corp following their every move and disappeared. It has never been admitted, but it’s all but guaranteed they met in Chantilly, Virginia, for the Bilderberg meeting that year. It’s speculated that each made their own case to be elected President. Many things would have been considered, but the main concern would have been how well either Clinton or Obama could sell a globalist agenda to Americans. Ultimately, Obama was selected, and the bitter rivalry between the Clintons and Obamas began in earnest.

Eight years later, the Bilderberg group’s existence is readily admitted and they even publish an attendees list! My how the world has changed. This is most likely because they’ve realized, per a majority of Facebook posts, that no one actually cares if world leaders are getting together to set global agendas. But, should the public still be concerned?

This year’s non secretive meeting is being held at the Hotel Taschenbergpalais in Dresden, Germany. The main topic of discussion is set to be ‘Brexit,’ or ‘British Exit,’ referring to the possibility that Britain will withdraw from the European Union. The European Union was birthed at these Bilderberg meetings, and now as the life of the Union is being threatened, a British exit would almost certainly be fatal for its future.

The heads of Google, Goldman Sachs, BP, and Deutsche Bank will be meeting to halt this move. Henri de Castries, the head of AXA Bank, and current leader of the group says that a Brexit would be, “A disaster for everyone.”

It would be detrimental now because the European economy is very dependent on everyone being a part of the European Union. This of course means that Europeans have ceded sovereignty in so many areas, such as privacy and control of their own currencies. But in the end it would be a positive move for Europeans as well; giving them the chance to stand on their own two economic feet again and make their own way.

Leaving the European Union doesn’t mean the British rulers would stop being elitist. They want to retain their power, and not be subjected to the Dutch contingent that has silently dominated global politics for over fifty years.