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Bilderberg: Demand Destruction - Daniel Estulin

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Uploaded on Oct 29, 2007

In early 2007, Daniel Estulin, on Dutch TV, exposed the meeting place and names of the Istanbul Bilderberg get-together. He also exposed the Bilderberg plan of global population reduction (3 billion or so), through mass starvation, diseases, and Peak Oil-induced de-industrialization. That "plan," Estulin notes, was initiated by Bilderberg operative Henry Kissinger in 1974 (NSSM 200) after Nixon had been forced out the the White House. Estulin says he himself is a front man (the writer and public face) for a group of intelligence agents (mostly ex-KGB) from Estulin's native Estonia. Part of a family of emigres from the Soviet Union in the mid-1980s, Daniel Estulin first found refuge in Canada. A Flamenco guitarist in addition to Bilderberg slueth, the author lives in Seville, Spain. After 10 years of peripheral intrigue, watching and reporting on the world's elite (the Owners and their Trusted Servants), Estulin sympathizes with the Bilderberg mantra of 'Peak Oil' and the consequent Bilderberg argument for massive population reduction in their effort to bring about a 'post-industrial world'. Shades of Parson Malthus with a Leo Straussian twist, the BBs.
But wait! Take a gander at Lindsey Williams, on youtube, for starters. Williams was a southern Baptist preacher who reckoned the 25,000 men going up to build the Alaska pipeline needed Jesus. He got hired on in 1970 as Arco's chaplain. The public relations office saw what a good job he was doing, flying around from camp to camp, preaching Jesus (less fights, less drinking, fewer days off, less need of counseling for the thousands of men building the pipeline). ARCO gave Baptist preacher Rev. Lindsey Williams executive status, inviting him to sit in on board meetings. Rev. Williams did this for three years. And he sat in on the euphoric 1973 ARCO board meeting announcing an enormous North Shore oil discovery. All the gears were in motion to tell the world. Rev. Williams videos and book tell what happened. But, an addendum: just a cursory look suggests that plugging the Alaskan ARCO coincides with the heavy-duty moves to implement the Bilderberg plan (see NSSM 200, above). snowshoefilms series #3 yoryevrah

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