Alex Jones, author of Infowars.com and a self-admitted conspiratorialist, has offered his take on the two back-to-back summits taking place the second week of June in Watford, UK. The first is known colloquially as Google Zeitgeist where about 300 of the world’s brightest and best statist minds gather to talk about global events and how they might impact and direct them. Last year’s fest headlined Bill Clinton, George Osborne, Stephen Hawking, and Annie Lennox. And, of course, Obama supporter and financier Eric Schmidt, head of Google.
Scarcely will the big tents be removed from the grounds of the luxury Grove Hotel when in come the 100 or so attendees for the Bilderberg Group conference, with some of those from Zeitgeist staying over. Jones sees this as a melding of the two in a sort of “assimilation” by the Borg (the Bilderbergs) of Google into their “collective.” He writes:
Schmidt is just the man to head up the new group, too. He and Google co-founder Sergey Brin boasted in the past that Google’s power will someday be sufficient to “determine the mind of God.” Jones brings that comment up to date with more of Schmidt’s views of the new world he and the Bilderberg group are creating:
We don’t need you to type at all. We know where you are. We know where you’ve been. We can more or less know what you’re thinking about.
I actually think most people don’t want Google to answer their questions … They want Google to tell them what they should be doing next.
If you have something that you don’t want anyone [i.e., Google] to know, maybe you shouldn’t be doing it in the first place…
We know everything you’re doing and the government [thanks to Google] can track you.
We will know your position down to the foot and down to the inch over time…
Here’s the tentative agenda from the upcoming Bilderberg meeting:
- destroying Iran’s nuclear processing facilities if they don’t fall in line
- prolonging the war in Syria for political purposes
- the threat of a global pandemic
- the threat of 3D printing and the “democratization of production”
- the threat of internet “wildfires” outside of their control
- setting up a Ministry of Truth for the internet [as originally proposed by Bill Clinton, a regular attendee]
- promoting “smart cities” that can spy on everyone
- neutralizing Britain’s threat to leave the EU which might spoil their plans for the political unification of Europe
- promoting world-wide tax collections agencies to track down escapees from high-tax countries
This doesn’t sound like a conspiracy to me. It’s all out in the open. They just want to control everything. The first step of course is to know everything. And that’s where Google fits in.