COPENHAGEN — Over the weekend at the Bilderberg summit in the Danish capital, dozens of the world’s most important Big Business and mega-bank CEOs were meeting behind closed doors (and massive amounts of taxpayer-funded security) with a collection of powerful Big Government leaders. High-level operatives for Big Green, Big Media, Big Oil, Big Espionage, Big Banks, Big War, Big Internet, Big Foundations, Big Communism, Big Data, and most of the other important “Bigs” were represented, too. All of the attendees share at least one common element though: a radical devotion to globalism. 

At the Bilderberg summit in Copenhagen, dozens of the world’s most important Big Business and Big Government leaders met behind closed doors.

COPENHAGEN — Legions of “small people” gathered outside to protest everything from the “New World Order” and globalism to never-ending war and alleged depopulation schemes.

COPENHAGEN — Bilderberg attendees — about 150 of the world’s most influential globalists who meet behind closed doors once a year — should be more transparent about what is discussed there. At least that is the message of one summit attendee, a Big Government-minded "green" lawmaker from Holland, who emerged from the shadowy conference today for a rare conversation with protesters and journalists assembled outside.

COPENHAGEN — A collection of around 150 of the most powerful and influential globalists is quietly converging on the Danish capital today for the annual Bilderberg summit this weekend to discuss your future. Despite the lack of attention from the mischaracterized “mainstream” press, the controversial meeting brings together much of the top echelon of the global establishment — bankers, royalty, military bosses, Internet titans, politicians, corporate chieftains, central bankers, academics, media bosses, intelligence officials, and more. Protesters and alternative media reporters are also descending on Copenhagen for the secretive confab. 

With European Union bosses working overtime to finish crushing what remains of national sovereignty and self-government in Europe, the public across much of the bloc appears to have had enough. In elections to the European “Parliament” — not a true legislative body in the traditionally understood sense of the word, but the only elected outfit in Brussels nonetheless — political parties opposed to the ongoing EU takeover made massive gains. The anti-EU UKIP and National Front both surged. Meanwhile, in another troubling omen for the super-state and its proponents, less than 45 percent of eligible voters actually cast a ballot in elections held over the last several days.

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