Bilderbergers decide who to bomb, who to befriend: American author
Mon Jun 13, 2016 11:54PM
PressTv UserA view of the German city of Dresden after being bombed during the World War II (Wikipedia)
The secretive Bilderberg Group holds annual conferences, in which members make decisions that could ultimately be reduced to who “they need to bomb and who they need to become friends with,” says an American author and economic expert.
The 2016 conference of the group was held from June 9 to 12 at the Hotel Taschenbergpalais in Germany’s Dresden without a press conference or any other significant release about the discussions.
The conference was held during the 2016 election year in the United States which makes its “timing” interesting, Dean Henderson told Press TV in a phone interview on Monday.
The main rivals in the 2016 race, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, had representatives in this year’s meetings, said the Missouri-based expert.
“I’m sure Clinton had some representatives there; I would guess even Trump probably had some people there,” he said, adding, it is not possible to become a nominee in the US system “without being sanctioned by the Bilderbergers.”
This year’s conference was held in Dresden, which was massively bombed by the British and Americans at the end World War II.
Henderson noted that the idea of making such decisions in this city yields a “creepy connotation.”
Source: Press TV - Iran