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  • A man is sitting at home with the lights turned off, his face illuminated by the glare from

  • the TV screen.

  • This guy hasn't been outside in weeks.

  • He is obsessed, and you could say possessed, by a theory that a New World Order is about

  • to make a move and get rid of a significant amount of the population.

  • He's suddenly taken aback by a strange image on the TV, which is a public service announcement

  • being given by both the President of the United States and the Queen of England.

  • Before they say anything, the two both put their fingers up to their foreheads at the

  • point of their hairlines.

  • In unison they pull down the skin from their faces and it is revealed that they are both

  • actually lizard people.

  • “I knew it!”

  • thinks the guy.

  • We are your overlords,” say the Queen and the President in tandem.

  • It's time you all knew the truth.”

  • We're guessing you guys think this is a ridiculous way to start a show, but polls

  • have indeed revealed that something like 12 million American people believe we are ruled

  • over by interstellar reptiles.

  • These alien beings hiding in human suits are said to be the world's elite, and we, the

  • general populace, are their slaves.

  • Not everyone buys into the lizard theory, but a lot of people believe we are ruled by

  • secret groups such as an entity called the Illuminati and another entity called the Bilderberg

  • Group.

  • You don't have to be suffering from psychosis to believe this.

  • There are a lot of rational people that think there are invisible hands pulling strings

  • above our marionette heads.

  • Today we're going to take a look at these two entities and at the end of the show you

  • can make your own mind up as to which organization controls the world, or if the groups are not

  • actually as powerful as has been made out.

  • You might also agree with our own surprising conclusion.

  • WARNING: This will not be an easy examination, but you are going to gain some knowledge that

  • we think will benefit you.

  • No lizards were harmed in the making of this video.

  • Ok, so it's no secret that there are organizations on this planet whose members are sometimes

  • rich and powerful people.

  • That is not a theory, it's a fact.

  • These might be secretive, such as the Freemasons, or they might just be round tables of influential

  • people that talk about issues such as global warming.

  • The conspiracy theorists believe that these elites are machinating to create what is called

  • a “New World Order”, which is basically a world run by them in a totalitarian way.

  • It might involve population control or even mind control.

  • We, the people, are what they might call the herd.

  • We'll buy into what THEY tell us.

  • This theory is not unique, and we certainly have been called herds before by powerful

  • leaders and social scientists.

  • The man sometimes called thefather of public relations and propaganda”, one Edward

  • Bernays, did his bit to control the public.

  • He believed that we, the masses, were irrational, but as people that acted like herds and couldn't

  • think for themselves, we could easily be controlled.

  • He proved his theory to be true, too.

  • So that's how this New World Order might take over, according to some conspiracy theorists.

  • There are differing opinions and it's a very complex subject.

  • Some people think the world where we are heading might be fascistic in nature and we will be

  • controlled by a Big Brother world government in a totalitarian manner.

  • A man called George Orwell once wrote about that.

  • But the trend now seems more in line with a book written by a guy named Aldous Huxley.

  • This writer penned something called, “Brave New World.”

  • It's different from Orwell's dystopia, because we, the masses, will gladly accept

  • our slavery.

  • As they say in the tech world, we willopt-in.”

  • Here's a snippet from that book: “A really efficient totalitarian state would

  • be one in which the all-powerful executive of political bosses and their army of managers

  • control a population of slaves who do not have to be coerced, because they love their

  • servitude.”

  • We mention this because this is what conspiracy theorists are relating to when they talk about

  • the New World Order and the elites that will rule over us.

  • We need to be controlled, either through force and surveillance, a good amount of public

  • relations, or technological applications that distract us from how fudged things have become.

  • These elites are a multi-national group, according to the conspiracy theorists.

  • There is no national superpowerit's a collaborative effort.

  • In fact, the US Vs. THEM dichotomy is just a distraction, so these elites can keep us

  • in a constant state of stress, making us easier to control and harming our immune systems

  • because our stress hormones fire up every time we go online.

  • Ok, so who are these elite groups?

  • Well, now let's introduce to you the Illuminati.

  • The origins of the so-called present illuminati comes from an entity known as the Bavarian

  • Illuminati.

  • This was founded by a professor in Bavaria in the 1800s.

  • His name was Adam Weishaupt.

  • By the way, the actual wordIlluminaticomes from the Latin forrevealedor

  • enlightened.”

  • Did Weishaupt want to take over the world?

  • Well, it doesn't seem so.

  • He did indeed embrace the idea of secret societies.

  • In his own words he said that members of his Illuminati should endorse freedomfrom

  • all religious prejudices.”

  • He also said his Illuminati, “cultivates the social virtues; and animates them by a

  • great, a feasible, and speedy prospect of universal happiness.”

  • Note the worduniversal”.

  • His secret society was supposed to make everyone happy, but the public weren't contacted

  • about this.

  • The general population was not intelligent enough to get in on the act of creating universal

  • happiness.

  • Getting into this society was similar to getting into the Freemasons.

  • You needed to have cash and some connections, although women, monks, Jews and Pagans were

  • not allowed to join.

  • Like the freemasons, once you were in, you could climb the ranks.

  • There were lots of ranks and the highest rank wasKing.”

  • It was all very secret indeed, and members didn't even use their own names.

  • When they communicated in writing, they used ciphers that most people wouldn't be able

  • to solve.

  • They had to write a lot, since the Illuminati had members all over Europe.

  • The idea was, that these people would increase their power but at the same time endorse enlightened

  • ideas.

  • This kind ofEnlightened absolutismwas once summed up like this, “Everything

  • for the people, nothing by the people.”

  • You might call that the 'trickle-down happiness theory'.

  • It's not far from the principles that Edward Bernays espoused, in that we, the masses,

  • don't know what's good for us and need to be controlled with tools such as public

  • relations and the media.

  • Bavaria later banned this group and it's thought that was the end of the IlluminatiOr

  • was it?!

  • Now for your introduction to the Bilderberg Group.

  • Ok, so this group is not hidden in some respects, in that you can go to Bilderberg's website

  • and read about what they do, or claim to do, according to those people who believe something

  • sinister lurks in the air when these people get together.

  • They meet every year to discuss certain issues that face Europe and North America.

  • The group says they only talk about issues, and no actions are taken after meetings.

  • It's like a get together for powerful people, they say, but there are no resolutions at

  • the end.

  • Which powerful people, you might ask.

  • The list is long, so we can't mention everyone who turned up to the 2019 meeting.

  • The attendees were mostly wealthy business people, bankers, and people high up in certain

  • government departments.

  • Some meetings have also included royalty.

  • Quite a few academics were on the guest list, too, such as the guy who's been warning

  • us about super-artificial intelligence, the Director, Future of Humanity Institute at

  • Oxford University named Nick Bostrom.

  • The governor of the Bank of England was there, as was a politician from the UK's Green

  • Party.

  • People who work for the U.S's Office of the Secretary of Defense were in the house,

  • as were journalists and editors who work for well-known media, such as The Washington Post.

  • Also in attendance were some of the CEO's of the world's biggest tech companies.

  • So yes, if you were of a certain disposition to believe that a group wanted to control

  • the populace, the herd, these would be the people who could do it.

  • The attendees do in fact already control countries since they head finance, government and industry.

  • They control the media and they control how information gets to us via the Internet.

  • That's not a conspiracy theory, though.

  • Ok, so what did those powerful people talk about at the last meeting?

  • Did they... say...discuss how to create a panic on a mass scale in order to convince

  • the people of the world to opt-in to mass surveillance technology?

  • Did they discuss mass unemployment that could lead to political changes, lifelong debt,

  • and possibly some population reduction?

  • The answer is no.

  • Here is the list of discussion topics: 1.

  • A stable strategic order 2.

  • What next for Europe?

  • 3.

  • Climate change and sustainability 4.

  • China 5.

  • Russia 6.

  • The future of capitalism 7.

  • Brexit 8.

  • The ethics of artificial intelligence 9.

  • The weaponization of social media 10.

  • The importance of space 11.

  • Cyber threats This was no secretit was published by

  • the Bilderberg Group on its website.

  • But, and this is a big BUT, what happens at the Bilderberg meetings stays at the Bilderberg

  • meetings.

  • That's also not a conspiracy theory.

  • The New York Times wrote in 2019 that the members heading to the 67th Bilderberg Meeting

  • in Switzerland had to promise that whatever was discussed would not get leaked.

  • Hmm, just how good are those attendees at keeping their secrets?

  • We wonder what happened when Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, or Microsoft CEO Satya

  • Nadella, or Jared Kushner, got home after the meeting.

  • Was the scene similar to this?

  • Hi darling, how did it go?”

  • Reply: “You know I can't talk about that honey?”

  • The first meeting was held in 1954 at the Hotel de Bilderberg in The Netherlands, and

  • since then some people have been decrying the event because they think those people

  • already have too much power.

  • The Group itself says it is working for the greater good, but not everyone agrees with

  • that.

  • Some people have said these powerful people aresecret kingmakers”, while others

  • have said they are all globalists that have one mutual interest and that is to create

  • a New World Order... with them at the helm.

  • Such wild theories, said the Bilderberg group, are baseless.

  • It actually says this on its own website:, “While these claims lack any and all merit.

  • We regret to see that many continue to flourish online and in social media groups.”

  • The group states that journalists cannot report what goes down in their meetings, and only

  • the attendees on the guest list can go.

  • That means no personal assistants, no husbands or wives, no bodyguards, no secret service

  • protectors, and guests should not talk to journalists after the meeting.

  • The reason why things are kept secret, says the group, is toencourage the highest

  • level of openness and dialogue.”

  • One man that wrote a book about the Bilderberg Group said as much, stating that these immensely

  • powerful people can say things that they would never dare utter in public.

  • He called the group, “a shadow world government.”

  • It certainly is the most exclusive club the world has ever seen, and it is very secretive.

  • The proof of that is the fact that you know nothing about possibly the biggest event in

  • the world that takes place every year.

  • The acclaimed writer Jon Ronson who wrote and directed the documentary, “The Secret

  • Rulers of the World,” actually once tried to infiltrate a meeting but was eventually

  • chased out by men wearing dark glasses.

  • He later said in an interview, “When I phoned the British embassy and asked them to explain

  • to the powerful secret society that had set their goons on me that I was essentially a

  • humorous journalist out of my depth, I wasn't being funny.

  • I was being genuinely desperate.”

  • Ronson actually once got to interview Denis Healy, a man who'd been on the Bilderberg

  • steering committee for 30 years.

  • Healy told him that the guests just state what is on their minds, things perhaps the

  • public might not want to hear.

  • They can speak candidly about various issues and won't get outed in the press for their

  • words.

  • Healy also said this: “To say we were striving for a one-world government is exaggerated,

  • but not wholly unfair.”

  • He admitted that it was about control, but control in regards to making the world a better

  • place.

  • It's about global policy, he said, but critics might say that these people are there in part

  • to serve their own interests.

  • That's why some critics will say it's all about, “Everything from the people,

  • nothing for the people.”

  • They might ask why these powerful people have not fixed pervasive poverty, or tackled many

  • other issues that help the man in the street.

  • Is the Bilderberg ethos a kind ofEnlightened absolutism”, meaning, we know what's best

  • for you but it's not something you need to know.

  • When Healy was asked if going to the meetings will help a person's career, he answered,

  • Your new understanding of the world will certainly help your career.”

  • Now we can go back to that word Illuminati, which, remember meansrevealedorenlightened”.

  • There is no proof that an Illuminati exists, but it would be hard to argue that guests

  • at the Bilderberg Meetings aren't revealing secrets and attempting to enlighten others

  • and be enlightened.

  • The Illuminati is a ghoul, a kind of boogeyman, a made up entity that leads people down endless

  • rabbit holes on the Internet, but the Bilderberg group is very real and you could say it's

  • the modern iteration of the Bavarian Illuminati.

  • The Bilderberg Group is the IlluminatiHow's that for a Scooby-doo ending.

  • Enlightened is not a bad word, far from it, and we can all be glad for the European Enlightenment

  • and the fact we no longer kill witches or imprison people for saying the Earth revolves

  • around the sun.

  • But it's the secrecy of the Bilderberg Group that causes all the controversy.

  • If indeed they are only trying to fix the world, then why should those meetings be kept

  • so secret.

  • Surely if the truth they speak is for the common good, we need to hear it.

  • Or do they think the common man, the sheep among the herd, can't handle the truth?

  • The attendees might not want to do nefarious things like depopulate the planet, but you

  • might ask if all those apparently saintly attendees do have self-interest in mind.

  • Maybe one day we'll find out.

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