Saturday, 11 April 2009

Conspiracy Theories

Yesterday I watched Obama Deception movie (movie page, movie link). It spurred a discussion among the colleagues about all-the-well-known conspiracy theories involving the same groups and organizations – Bilderberg group, Trilateral Commission, Council on Foreign Relations, etc. These kind of stories remind me of Marty Mystere comic novels and are very entertaining and inspirational.

There are many interesting facts in the movie. One, interesting to me but not mentioned in the movie, was that Mr. Obama was a guest of Council on Foreign Relations within the first month after he was elected the President of the United States.

Another interesting fact is that Lord Carrington is the chairman of the Bilderberg group. He is a former Secretary-General of NATO and an author of one of the first peace plans for Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1992, even before the actual war started.

Another well-known “Bosnian” is Paddy Ashdown (biography at OHR site) - “Paddy Ashdown failed to declare [to the House of Commons] his 1989 attendance [of the Bilderberg conference]”. (article) He was a High Representative of the EU in Bosnia and Herzegovina for several years. He was the only one who actually removed politicians from power but many claim that his actions in his last years as the High Representative were contradictory.

The Council on Foreign Relations is a bit more public than the other two groups and it is quite enlightening to see the list of corporate members. These are all “too big to fail” companies. :)

A few interesting books on these and other topics, resembling the X-Files themes, were written by Semir Osmanagic. The books are available here. He is the organizing the archaeological site researching pyramids in Visoko, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Here are some interesting links… follows the Bilderberg group. Wikipedia contains articles on all three groups: Bilderberg, Trilateral Commission, and Council on Foreign Relations. There are various other articles on these topics available on the web, like The world’s most powerful secret society.
There is an interview on BBC with Viscount Etienne Davignon, chairman of the Bilderberg group.


  1. It's nice to see more and more people discussing these topics, but is it still a 'Theory'? Perhaps the best term to be using is 'Conspiracy Reality'.

    Great post. Obama Desception was great!

  2. Thanks, Stephen!

    I still stick to the term 'Conspiracy Theory' as it is still unclear whether there is conspiracy. Of course, having Internet as a media of fast information transfer and spread, we now know that these groups are very real and almost institutional. There is way less mystery surrounding them than there used to be. They are what was portrayed in the comics as 'The Men in Black', I guess. :)
    However, whether there is a conspiracy to rule the world or something of that sort is unclear to me. It is quite natural that people in power discuss such issues, whether officially or unofficially. I'm not justifying it but believe that whoever was in a position of power would do something similar (communicate with others) or become a dictator and do things themselves.
    And, since the agenda discussed at these meetings is global(isation) I'm still not sure whether that is a good or bad thing.
    Just like you, and many others probably, I'm also looking forward for more transparency and information regarding these power groups and their agenda.