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NAU agenda

NAU agenda

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North American Union agenda whether Canadians want it, or not, is a top priority for elite interests
Kurt Aldag
The CanadianSaturday, June 14, 2008Eugene, OREGON -- A press corps recently scourged by former White House Press Secretary, ScottMcCellan, as being “too deferential,” have once again bowed to pressures, and decided not to report thelargest gathering of corporate, banking, governmental and royal power ever assembled on American soil.Over 140 of the world’s most elite powerbrokers gathered in a high class hotel in Chantilly, Virgina, June5-8, not far from this nation’s capital for the annual Bilderberg Conference. First held in 1954, the BilderbergGroup has, until recently, never even acknowledged its own existence and attendees, who even today, will notadmit they attended or what they actually discussed.In a rare moment of public relations, an anonymous group affiliated with the ultra-secretive Bilderbergers,called Friends of Bilderberg, issued a list of power elites invited to this year’s conference. The list includedAmerican Secretary of State Rice, Secretary of the Treasury Paulson, National Security Agency DirectorAlexander, World Bank president Zoellick, Fed Chairman Bernanke, NY Fed President Geithner, along withHenry Kissinger, David Rockefeller, George Schultz, Richard Perle, Paul Wolfowitz, and Richard Holbrooke,as well as major European politicians, bankers and businessmen.All the major corporations, the royal houses of Europe, and representatives of the media, such as DonaldGraham of the Washington Post and Paul Gigot of PBS, were also invited. Yet, not one photo or worddocumenting the event showed up in the mainstream media, despite a howling blogosphere rife with rumoursthat Hilary Clinton and Barack Obama secretly attended.The Friends of Bilderberg press release also states that the “meeting is private in order to encourage frank andopen discussion” and that “all participants attend Bilderberg in a private and not an official capacity.” Underthe Logan Act, passed in 1799 and last amended in 1994, it is a felony, punishable under federal law withimprisonment of up to three years, for any U.S. citizen to conduct foreign relations without authority. Theattendance of U.S. citizens at annual Bilderberg Group Conference in an unofficial—meaning unauthorized— capacity raises the question of violation of federal law on a rather large scale, which should at the veryleast draw the mainstream media’s attention.Daniel Estulin, author of The True Story of the Bilderberg Group (TrineDay; September, 2007), is recognizedas the only reliable source of information on the meetings, attendees, and agendas of this secretive group of corporate titans, media moguls and political powers. For years, he has been tracking the movements,speeches, and political webs of Bilderberg members to glean what he can about their plans to re-invent theworld in their own image. According to Estulin, and other printed sources, the funds for the first conferenceswere supplied by intelligence organization interests, and security at these conference are still handled bycorresponding government agencies.“The fact of this sinister conclave, as spooky as any midnight meeting of the KKK in a piney wood, was

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