Bilderberg Globalists Concerned About Populist Uprising in Europe
According to the group’s official website, the number one topic of conversation at this year’s secretive meeting will be “populism in Europe”.
Having failed to install a former IMF technocrat after coalition talks between the 5 Star Movement and Lega parties temporarily broke down, globalists will undoubtedly be expressing alarm at the potential for Italy to be an example to the rest of Europe.
The country’s new populist government has vowed to deport 500,000 migrants, re-assert localism over globalisation & monopoly capitalism, monitor mosques and reinvigorate the country’s Christian heritage, all policies that directly contradict the neoliberal globalist consensus that Bilderberg represents.
#Bilderberg2018 a fascinating & high-powered list: Sec Gen #NATO; Gov Banks of England/Holland; Pres of Davos; 4 PMs, 2 Deputy PMs, the Dutch King and Henry Kissinger. CEOs of Shell, Airbus, Vodafone, Total.
5:14 AM - Jun 5, 2018
I'm not a fan of Infowars but with that said I could easily imagine that the topic of populism or nationalism would be quite the topic.
A number of nations in Europe are in fact not happy with the state of Europe and the unelected leaders of the EU Commission and many trust not Germany. I have been reading reporting both in the U.S. and nations news sources.
The 40+ EU project is being challenged in a big way as it should be and the challenges it faces quite frankly makes me hopeful.
In the case of Italy while reasons for 'populism' is complex its driven a lot by the arrogance of the EU and a sense by Italians of being disrespected, truth to that. One major driver as well is the dictate of austerity measures.
I think we share similar opinion of EU and countries exiting it (?ItalExit?) Patricia. I've even got positive opinion of reading that Italy's new leader intends to deport the Islamic invasion of Italy. What I suspect is concerning to many, even the supporters of it, is the similarities it all might have to Mussolini's rise to power and what he became. History does have a tendency to rhyme, and if I recall correctly populist policy did provide his initial rise to power in Italy.
I'm pretty confident in expecting that will become a common media spin on it all soon enough.
Yes Larry I too expect the no surprise spin.
In regards to Italy I would say that the EU trying to force Italians into changing their now use to socialist ways is perplexing from the edicts laid on them from the EU Commission. I'm not quite sure just how bad gov't corruption is and has been in Italy.
The EU Commission is a dictatorial group and with that have an attitude much like their counterparts here in the USA of the self proclaimed knowledge class "we know best" and Italians increasingly have come to dislike.
It's a dangerous dynamic and when the invasion of the Islamic factor has been imposed that pushes common folk to "take back" what they feel is being stolen from them. I do believe that the 40+ EU plan could be described as the biggest heist of all time.