May 31, 2014
by Paul Joseph Watson
Infowars has obtained startling footage which shows individuals inside the Marriott Hotel, site of Bilderberg 2014, engaged in a bizarre homo-erotic hotel room photo shoot which was captured on camera.
The video was shot by an independent journalist from the protest area opposite the Marriott earlier this evening.
The clip shows four unidentified individuals, possibly Bilderberg security, dressed in bath robes huddling with their backs to the hotel bedroom window posing for a photograph.
A flash then goes off in the background before the group of men turn around to face the window and realize they are being recorded. The older men then disappear from the window looking sheepish as a younger man approaches the window before becoming excited and displaying a camp gesture.
The video is strange because the Bilderberg Group itself is famously publicity shy and secrecy obsessed. The idea of anyone inside the security-obsessed location posing seductively in bath robes is odd to say the least.
Although the notion of displays of homo-eroticism may seem unbelievable on the surface given Bilderberg’s serious nature, Bohemian Grove, another secretive event at which many of the same individuals are present, is renowned for similar displays of homosexual frivolity.
In 2004, leaked audiotape emerged of former U.S. President Richard Nixon discussing what took place at the Bohemian Grove retreat, an annual summer camp in California attended by global power brokers.
“The Bohemian Grove, which I attend from time to time . . . It is the most faggy goddamned thing you could ever imagine with that San Francisco crowd. I can’t shake hands with anybody from San Francisco,” said Nixon.
First posted May 30, 2014: Infowars reporters are on the ground in Copenhagen all week covering Bilderberg 2014. Keep up to date with the latest at http://infowars.com/b/
Bilderberg conference 2014: eating our politicians for breakfast
So here he is, our esteemed chancellor of the exchequer, George Osborne, arriving at the 2014 Bilderberg in Copenhagen. In a snappy suit, and with a new razor-sharp hairdo, Osborne looks ready for business. You could skin a goat with that fringe. He probably got a trim and a shoe polish at the airport, wanting to look his best for the conference.
Osborne rolled up to the hotel with John Micklethwait, the editor-in-chief of the Economist and board member of the Economist Group. This year, in all, there are three members of the Economist board at Bilderberg: Micklethwait, John Elkann (the billionaire Agnelli heir) and Eric Schmidt (the executive chairman of Google).
During his stay in Copenhagen, Osborne will also have the chance to hammer out economic policy with three senior members of Goldman Sachs, three board members of Shell Oil, and two people whose nickname is “the Prince of Darkness” – Richard Perle and Peter Mandelson.
Here’s Mandy – or should I say, the chairman of Lazard International – arriving now. Mandelson perfectly embodies the ghastly, muddy fudge of public and private that so typifies the atmosphere at Bilderberg. Throw a rock and hit a public servant turned investment banker. Actually, don’t throw a rock, because this guy will have your brains on the pavement before you can say “revolving door”.
Mandelson’s boss at Lazard is also here in Copenhagen: Kenneth M Jacobs.
He’s the chairman and CEO of the investment bank, and also sits on the board of trustees of the Brookings Institution. This year’s Bilderberg seems quite Brookings-heavy. Jacob’s has two fellow trustees in Copenhagen: Klaus Kleinfeld (the CEO of Alcoa) and Paul Achleitner (the head of Deutsche Bank) – both of whom also happen to on the board of Bayer, the multinational pharmaceutical company. Cosy.
There are so many interwoven corporate, think-tank and advisory board relationships at Bilderberg it fries your brain to try and unpick them. Take John Elkann for example – the board member of the Economist and part-time knitwear catalogue model.
John Elkann Elkann is another Brookings connection: he sits on Brookings’ International Advisory Council alongside Marcus Wallenberg (one of the two Wallenberg billionaires here this year)
Read full in the Guardian http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/may/30/bilderberg-copenhagen-2014-osborne-mandelson-balls