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conspirancy theory

  1. 1. 1793 – the fact<br />Alternative theory<br />Mainstreamtheory<br />
  2. 2. Whoreallymurdered the king?<br />After 479 years I hadmyrevenge!<br />Itdoesn’t seembut I’im the future!<br />“Third state” oppressedbyclergy and nobility?<br />Redivivustemplarknight?<br />Hypothesesguardians<br />
  3. 3. DON'T MIND THE MAN BEHIND THE CURTAIN<br />“The world is governed by very different personages from what is imagined <br />by those who are not behind the scenes” <br />(Benjamin Dislaeli - English statement 1844)<br />
  4. 4. … In 1775<br />
  5. 5. Do you Know the main reason?<br />
  6. 6. What is a Central Bank?<br />A CB is an institution that produces the currency of an entire nation.<br />specific powers:<br />1) the interest rate control<br /> 2) the money supply control<br />The system in the long term produces debts:<br />each dollar is lent applying an interest rate and<br />until the CB has the monopoly in the money production where do<br /> the money to pay the debt come from? <br />From CB itself of course!<br />The result is slavery!<br />
  7. 7. At the beginning of the 1900 Americans experimented and removed some central banking systems that used to fraud.<br />The dominant families of the business world at that time were<br />Rockefeller<br />Morgan<br />Warburg<br />Rothschild<br />JP MORGAN<br />
  8. 8. As a result a Central Bank was born due to a federal reserve act<br />written by private bankers.<br />The FED was made to be a great stabilizer against financial crises and inflation.<br />Actually the international bankers have now a potential instrument to expand their personal ambitions.<br />From 1921 to 1929 The Federal Reserve had grown up the money supply determining a vast<br />Increase in loans to families and banks<br />
  9. 9. There was a new type of loan in the stock market called margin loan<br />which became very popular:<br />It allowed an investor to pay only the 10% of the amount <br />while the other 90% were lent by the broker.*<br />*Unfortunately this loan could be withdrawn any time and you must repay it<br /> in 24 hours (margin clause).<br />Just before October the 29th Rockefeller & co. came out from the market <br />The New York financier started to call back their loans<br />mass selling and mass inroads<br />
  10. 10. The result was:<br />And after this….<br />
  11. 11. This joke enabled international bankers to buy rival banks and entire corporations paying peanuts for them : <br />the biggest robbery of every time!<br />And the only way to escape that situation was:<br />So the panic under the federal reserve act is scientifically created; manipulated exactly <br />like a solution of a mathematic equation!!!<br />
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  13. 13. Bilderberg Club: <br />annual, unofficial, invitation-only conference<br /> approximately 120 to 140 guests from North America and Western Europe, most of whom are people of influence:<br />- one-third: from government and politics<br /> - two-thirds from finance, industry, labour, education and communications. <br />Meetings are closed to the public<br />
  14. 14. Origin<br />Original conference : Hotel Bilederberg- Netherlands, <br /> from 29 May to 31 May 1954. <br /><ul><li>Aim: promoting Atlanticism – better understanding between the cultures of the United States and Western Europe to foster cooperation on political, economic, and defense issues.
  15. 15. Promoter: Polish politician JozefRetinger , Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands , BelgianPrime MinisterPaul Van Zeeland, and the head of Unilever at that time, Dutchman Paul Rijkens, Walter Bedell Smith, then head of the CIA, Charles Douglas Jackson
  16. 16. Guest list: two attendees from each nation, one of each to represent conservative and liberal points of view.
  17. 17. Participants: Fifty delegates from 11 countries in Western Europe, along with 11 Americans.</li></li></ul><li>Permanent Steering Committee conference<br /><ul><li>Permanent secretary: Retinger
  18. 18. Aims:</li></ul> - organizing an annual conference<br /> - maintaning a register of attendee names and contact details<br /> - creating an informal network of individuals who could call upon <br /> one another in a private capacity<br /><ul><li>Conferences:</li></ul> 1954: France<br /> 1955. Germany <br /> 1956: Denmark <br /> 1957: St. Simons, Georgia, <br /> [with $30,000 from the Ford Foundation ]<br />
  19. 19. Role<br />Role of the Bilderberg : <br />matter of debate among scholars and journalists. <br />meeting ground for top executives from the world’s leading multinational corporations and top national political figures to consider jointly the immediate and long-term policies facing the West in order to reach a consensus<br />
  20. 20. Organizationalstructure<br />Steering committee with two members from each of <br /> approximately 18 nations. <br /> Official posts: Chairman; Honorary Secretary General.<br /> No category "member of the group“; the only category that <br /> exists is "member of the Steering Committee“<br />Bilderberg group's unofficial headquarters: University of Leiden in <br /> the Netherlands<br />2008 'American Friends of Bilderberg:<br />Bilderberg's only activity: its annual Conference. <br /> No resolutions are proposed, no votes taken, and no policy <br /> statements issued<br /> The 2008 agendadealt"mainly with a nuclear free world, cyber <br /> terrorism, Africa, Russia, finance, protectionism, US-EU <br /> relations, Afghanistan and Pakistan, Islam and Iran".<br />
  21. 21. Participants<br /><ul><li>Royalty:</li></ul>Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, United Kingdom Juan Carlos I of Spain, King of <br />Spain Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands <br /><ul><li>Politics: </li></ul>USA: Bill Clinton, Gerald Ford, Henry Kissinger<br />United Kingdom: Tony Blair ,Gordon Brown , Margaret Thatcher<br />China: Fu Ying- Vice-MinisterofForeignAffairs<br />France: Georges Pompidou- Former President of the French Republic<br />Portugal: Fernando Teixeira dos Santos- Ministerof Finance<br />EuropeanUnionCommissioners: head José Manuel Barroso ;Pedro Solbes<br />for Economic and Financial Affairs<br /><ul><li>Military</li></ul>NATO: Jaap de HoopScheffer - formerSecretaryGeneral<br />
  22. 22. <ul><li>Financial institutions</li></ul>Gordon Richardson- former Governor of the Bank of England; <br />William J McDonough- former President of Federal Reserve Bank of New York;<br /> Jean-Claude Trichet- President of the European Central Bank; <br />Paul Volcker- former Chairman of the Federal Reserve<br /><ul><li> Major corporations</li></ul>Franco Bernabè- CEO of Telecom Italia<br />Bill Gates- Chairman of Microsoft<br />Eric Schmidt- CEO and Chairman of Google<br />Louis V. Gerstner- IBM Chairman<br /><ul><li>University, institute and other academic</li></ul>Richard Pipes- Senior Staff Member, National Security Council<br /><ul><li>Media</li></ul>Nicolas Beytout- Editor of Le Figaro<br />William F. Buckley- founder of National Review<br />
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  24. 24. Recentmeetings<br />2004(June 3–6) Stresa, Italy<br />2005 (5–8 May) Germany<br />2006 (8–11 June) Canada<br />2007 (31 May–3 June) Istanbul, Turkey.<br />2008 (5–8 June) Virginia, United States<br />2009 (14–16 May) Athens, Greece<br />2010 (3–7 June) Spain<br />2011 (9–12 June) St. Moritz, Switzerland<br />
  25. 25. Privacy<br />The meeting hotels are inaccessible for any other guest for the full <br />period of the conferences and sentineled by private security staffs <br />as well as by local police authorities and secret services. <br /><ul><li>Bilderberg Meeting (Greece) in 2009</li></ul> Charlie Skelton- The Guardian reporter - arrested twice after having taken pictures of vehicles.<br /><ul><li>Bilderberg Meeting (Switzerland) in2011 </li></ul> Mario Borghezio- Italian Lega Nord member of the European Parliament – arrested; remanded for some hours and then banished from the Canton of Graubünden for the full period of the conference. <br /> Thereupon the Italian embassy at Berne appealed to the Swiss government and demanded investigations on that subject.<br />
  26. 26. Conspiracy theories<br />The Bilderberg group is accused of conspiracies.<br />conspiring to impose capitalist domination [left-groups] <br />conspiring to impose a world government and planned economy [right-wing groups] <br />Estulin [The Secrets of the Bilderberg Club]<br /> “Bilderberg lobbyists manipulate the public to install a world government that knows no borders and is not accountable to anyone but its own self.”<br />G. William Domhoff<br /> “The international relations forums and social clubs such as the Bilderberg group as a place to share ideas, reach consensus, and create social cohesion within a power elite”<br />
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  28. 28. historical fact: sudden, serious and unpredictable<br />Origin fields: economic, political, scientific and medical<br />Economic crisis<br />Assassinations <br />Terrorist attacks<br />Wars<br />Unknown disease<br />The simplicity of the theory is only apparent, because in general to explain the inconsistencies are needed changes that make the original theory extremely convoluted.<br />
  29. 29. Conspirancy, an “exhaust fumes of democracy”?<br />“A person who believes in one conspiracy theory tends to believe in others; a person who does not believe in one conspiracy theory tends not to believe another”<br />Strikes the collectiveimagination<br />Belief in such a cabal reassures that certain occurrences are not random, but ordered by a human intelligence<br />Splits the world in angels and devils<br />Rise hostility against an enemy<br />
  30. 30. Rise hostility against a fictitious enemy<br />1920<br />Today!!!<br />
  31. 31. Dana VS Fox<br />The people involved in the conspiracy are enough powerfulto destroy or obscure any evidence.<br />The theory is never supported by sufficent evidence<br />The theory is always so formulated that is not verifiable<br />You are not enough open-minded<br />The theory is always so complicated to be improbable  (how many people involved in the conspiracy must be loyal for eternity?)<br />Your are a simple soul who does not understand you are a victim of those who want to keep the truth hidden<br />
  32. 32. William ofOckham 1288 - 1349<br />“plurality is not to be posited without necessity” - Ockham's razor<br />The property of being falsifiable is what distinguishes a scientific theory by a non-scientific<br />Can I deny the existence of a secret archive that nobody knows?<br />Karl Popper 1902 - 1994<br />
  33. 33. suggestion<br />Ok, I’m the guilty, but I had the same end of the king!<br />B1 English CLA course<br />Alessandro Cardinali<br />Dino Nieri<br />Marco Pellegrini<br />LoredanaRubeis<br />Maximilien de Robespierre 1758 -1794<br />

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