Bilderberg Invasion 2012: The Globalist Hubris Leads to Virginia!

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Bilderberg Invasion 2012: The Globalist Hubris Leads to Virginia!

Prisonplanet
Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Speculation that the location of the Bilderberg Group’s annual meeting would be chosen to coincide with this year’s U.S. presidential election appears to have been accurate with the likelihood that Bilderberg will hold their confab in Chantilly, Virginia from May 31st to June 3rd.

http://www.prisonplanet.com/bilderberg-invasion-2012-the-globalist-hubris-leads-to-virginia.html

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John Edwards admitted that he was their choice for Kerry.

Charlie Rose is a member.

The more one looks into these secret societies the angrier one becomes at them.

If what they plan is "good"... then why do they keep it so secret?

It's that simple.

They a bad people who do bad things.

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Time for another WTO style protest in Virginia.

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Amen to that !!!!!

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