London Olympics 2012 Opening Ceremony
2012 Olympics opening ceremony from London, England UK
London Olympics 2012 Opening Ceremony
2012 Olympics opening ceremony from London, England UK
Bilderberg 2012 wraps up today in Chantilly, Virginia. For 58 years the elite organization has met all around the world in secrecy with nearly zero main stream media press coverage.
The annual Bilderberg Conference is where world leaders are believed to make decisions and policy that have a major impact on Earthlings and world order.
Bilderberg secret society. Their membership guest list is public knowledge however what they discuss is secret. Members are sworn and bound to secrecy.
|FRA||Castries, Henri de||Chairman and CEO, AXA Group|
|DEU||Ackermann, Josef||Chairman of the Board, Deutsche Bank|
|GBR||Agius, Marcus||Chairman, Barclays plc|
|USA||Ajami, Fouad||Senior Fellow, Hoover Institution,Stanford|
|USA||Alexander, Keith B.||Commander, US Cyber Command; NSA|
|INT||Almunia, Joaquín||Vice-President – European Commission|
|USA||Altman, Roger C.||Chairman, Evercore Partners|
|PRT||Amado, Luís||Chairman, Banco Internacional do Funchal|
|NOR||Andresen, Johan H.||Owner and CEO, FERD|
|FIN||Apunen, Matti||Director, Finnish Business Policy Forum|
|TUR||Babacan, Ali||Deputy PM Economic & Financial Affairs|
|PRT||Balsemão, Francisco||President and CEO, Impresa; Former PM|
|FRA||Baverez, Nicolas||Partner, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP|
|FRA||Béchu, Christophe||Senator, Chairman, General Council|
|BEL||H.R.H. Prince Philippe of Belgium|
|TUR||Berberoğlu, Enis||Editor-in-Chief, Hürriyet Newspaper|
|ITA||Bernabè, Franco||Chairman and CEO, Telecom Italia|
|GBR||Boles, Nick||Member of Parliament|
|SWE||Bonnier, Jonas||President and CEO, Bonnier AB|
|NOR||Brandtzæg, Svein||President and CEO, Norsk Hydro ASA|
|AUT||Bronner, Oscar||Publisher, Der Standard Medienwelt|
|SWE||Carlsson, Gunilla||Minister Intl Development Cooperation|
|CAN||Carney, Mark J.||Governor, Bank of Canada|
|ESP||Cebrián, Juan Luis||CEO, PRISA; Chairman, El País|
|AUT||Cernko, Willibald||CEO, UniCredit Bank Austria AG|
|FRA||Chalendar, Pierre de||Chairman and CEO, Saint-Gobain|
|DNK||Christiansen, Jeppe||CEO, Maj Invest|
|RUS||Chubais, Anatoly B.||CEO, OJSC RUSNANO|
|CAN||Clark, W. Edmund||Group President and CEO, TD Bank Group|
|GBR||Clarke, Kenneth||Member of Parliament, Lord Chancellor|
|USA||Collins, Timothy C.||CEO, Director, Ripplewood Holdings LLC|
|ITA||Conti, Fulvio||CEO and General Manager, Enel S.p.A.|
|USA||Daniels, Mitchell E.||Governor Indiana,potential VP Candidate|
|USA||DeMuth, Christopher||Distinguished Fellow, Hudson Institute|
|USA||Donilon, Thomas E.||White House National Security Advisor|
|GBR||Dudley, Robert||Group Chief Executive, BP plc|
|ITA||Elkann, John||Chairman, Fiat S.p.A.|
|DEU||Enders, Thomas||CEO, Airbus|
|USA||Evans, J. Michael||Vice Chairman, Goldman Sachs & Co.|
|AUT||Faymann, Werner||Federal Chancellor|
|DNK||Federspiel, Ulrik||Executive Vice President, Haldor Topsøe|
|USA||Ferguson, Niall||Professor of History, Harvard U.|
|GBR||Flint, Douglas J.||Group Chairman, HSBC Holdings plc|
|CHN||Fu, Ying||Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs|
|IRL||Gallagher, Paul||Former Attorney General;Senior Counsel|
|USA||Gephardt, Richard A.||President and CEO, Gephardt Group|
|GRC||Giannitsis, Anastasios||Former Interior Minister; Professor|
|USA||Goolsbee, Austan D.||Professor of Economics, U of Chicago|
|USA||Graham, Donald E.||Chairman and CEO, Washington Post|
|ITA||Gruber, Lilli||Journalist – Anchorwoman, La 7 TV|
|INT||Gucht, Karel de||Commissioner for Trade|
|NLD||Halberstadt, Victor||Former Sec.General Bilderberg Meetings|
|USA||Harris, Britt||CIO,Teacher Retirement System TX|
|USA||Hoffman, Reid||Co-founder / Chairman,LinkedIn|
|CHN||Huang, Yiping||Economics Professor, Peking University|
|USA||Huntsman, Jon M.||Chairman, Huntsman Cancer Foundation|
|DEU||Ischinger, Wolfgang||Chairman, Allianz SE|
|RUS||Ivanov, Igor S.||President, Russian Intl Affairs Council|
|FRA||Izraelewicz, Erik||CEO, Le Monde|
|USA||Jacobs, Kenneth M.||Chairman and CEO, Lazard|
|USA||Johnson, James A.||Vice Chairman, Perseus, LLC|
|USA||Jordan, Vernon E.||Senior Managing Director, Lazard|
|USA||Karp, Alexander||CEO, Palantir Technologies|
|USA||Karsner, Alexander||Executive Chairman,Manifest Energy Inc|
|FRA||Karvar, Anousheh||Inter-ministerial Audit Inspector|
|RUS||Kasparov, Garry||Chairman, United Civil Front|
|GBR||Kerr, John||Independent Member, House of Lords|
|USA||Kerry, John||Senator for Massachusetts|
|TUR||Keyman, E. Fuat||Director, Istanbul Policy Center|
|USA||Kissinger, Henry A.||Chairman, Kissinger Associates, Inc.|
|USA||Kleinfeld, Klaus||Chairman and CEO, Alcoa|
|TUR||Koç, Mustafa||Chairman, Koç Holding A.Ş.|
|DEU||Koch, Roland||CEO, Bilfinger Berger SE|
|INT||Kodmani, Bassma||Head Foreign Affairs,Syrian Natl Council|
|USA||Kravis, Henry R.||Co-Chair / CEO,Kohlberg Kravis Roberts|
|USA||Kravis, Marie-Josée||Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute|
|INT||Kroes, Neelie||Commissioner for Digital Agenda|
|USA||Krupp, Fred||President, Environmental Defense Fund|
|INT||Lamy, Pascal||Director-General, World Trade Org.|
|ITA||Letta, Enrico||Deputy Leader, Democratic Party (PD)|
|ISR||Levite, Ariel E.||Assoc., Carnegie Endowment Intl Peace|
|USA||Li, Cheng||Senior Fellow, Brookings Institution|
|USA||Lipsky, John||Distinguished Scholar, Johns Hopkins U.|
|USA||Liveris, Andrew N.||President,Chairman CEO,Dow Chemical|
|DEU||Löscher, Peter||President and CEO, Siemens AG|
|USA||Lynn, William J.||Chairman CEO, DRS Technologies, Inc.|
|GBR||Mandelson, Peter||Member, House of Lords;|
|USA||Mathews, Jessica T.||President,Carnegie Endowment Intl Peace|
|DEN||Mchangama, Jacob||Director of Legal Affairs, (CEPOS)|
|CAN||McKenna, Frank||Deputy Chair, TD Bank Group|
|USA||Mehlman, Kenneth B.||Partner, Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co.|
|GBR||Micklethwait, John||Editor-in-Chief, The Economist|
|FRA||Montbrial, Thierry de||President, French Institute Intl Relations|
|PRT||Moreira da Silva, Jorge||Vice-President, Partido Social Democrata|
|USA||Mundie, Craig J.||Chief Research Officer, Microsoft Corp.|
|DEU||Nass, Matthias||Chief Intl Correspondent, Die Zeit|
|NLD||H.M. the Queen of Netherlands|
|ESP||Nin Génova,Juan María||Deputy Chairman, CEO, Caixabank|
|IRL||Noonan, Michael||Minister for Finance|
|USA||Noonan, Peggy||Author, Columnist, Wall St. Journal|
|FIN||Ollila, Jorma||Chairman, Royal Dutch Shell, plc|
|USA||Orszag, Peter R.||Vice Chairman, Citigroup|
|GRC||Papalexopoulos,Dimitri||Managing Director, Titan Cement Co|
|NLD||Pechtold, Alexander||Parliamentary Leader, Democrats ’66|
|USA||Perle, Richard N.||Fellow, American Enterprise Institute|
|NLD||Polman, Paul||CEO, Unilever PLC|
|CAN||Prichard, J. Robert S.||Chair, Torys LLP|
|ISR||Rabinovich, Itamar||Distinguished Professor, New York U|
|GBR||Rachman, Gideon||Foreign Affairs, Financial Times|
|USA||Rattner, Steven||Chairman, Willett Advisors LLC|
|CAN||Redford, Alison M.||Premier of Alberta|
|CAN||Reisman, Heather M.||CEO, Indigo Books & Music Inc.|
|DEU||Reitzle, Wolfgang||CEO & President, Linde AG|
|USA||Rogoff, Kenneth S.||Professor of Economics, Harvard U.|
|USA||Rose, Charlie||Executive Editor and TV Anchor|
|USA||Ross, Dennis B.||Counselor, Washington Institute|
|POL||Rostowski, Jacek||Minister of Finance|
|USA||Rubin, Robert E.||Co-Chair, Council Foreign Relations|
|NLD||Rutte, Mark||Prime Minister|
|ESP||[Sáenz de Santamaría||Antón,Soraya] Vice President|
|NLD||Scheffer, Paul||Professor European Studies, Tilburg U.|
|USA||Schmidt, Eric E.||Executive Chairman, Google Inc.|
|AUT||Scholten, Rudolf||Director, Oesterreichische Kontrollbank|
|FRA||Senard,Jean-Dominique||CEO, Michelin Group|
|USA||Shambaugh, David||Director, China Policy Program, GW U.|
|INT||Sheeran, Josette||Vice Chairman,World Economic Forum|
|FIN||Siilasmaa, Risto||Chairman of the Board, Nokia|
|USA||Speyer, Jerry I.||Chairman and Co-CEO, Tishman Speyer|
|CHE||Supino, Pietro||Chairman and Publisher, Tamedia AG|
|IRL||Sutherland, Peter D.||Chairman, Goldman Sachs Intl|
|USA||Thiel, Peter A.||President, Clarium Capital/Thiel Capital|
|TUR||Timuray, Serpil||CEO, Vodafone Turkey|
|DEU||Trittin, Jürgen||Parliament Leader,Alliance 90/The Greens|
|GRC||Tsoukalis, Loukas||President, Hellenic Foundation|
|FIN||Urpilainen, Jutta||Minister of Finance|
|CHE||Vasella, Daniel L.||Chairman, Novartis AG|
|INT||Vimont, Pierre||Sec General, European External Action|
|GBR||Voser, Peter||CEO, Royal Dutch Shell plc|
|SWE||Wallenberg, Jacob||Chairman, Investor AB|
|USA||Warsh, Kevin||Distinguished Fellow, Hoover Institution|
|GBR||Wolf, Martin H.||Chief Economics, of Financial Times|
|USA||Wolfensohn, James||Chairman and CEO, Wolfensohn and Co|
|CAN||Wright, Nigel S.||Chief of Staff, Office of Prime Minister|
|USA||Yergin, Daniel||Chairman, IHS Cambridge Energy|
|INT||Zoellick, Robert B.||President, The World Bank Group|
Kentucky Derby 2012 was won by I’ll Have Another who ran down a game Bodemeister and held off the closing kick of Dullahan.
Breaking from post 19 in front of a record crowd of 165,307 – I’ll Have Another won the 138th Kentucky Derby by 1.5 lengths in a time of 2:01.8
I’ll Have Another will be heading to Pimlico, Maryland for the Preakness Stakes in two weeks for the second leg of horse racings Triple Crown.
I’ll Have Another was ridden by jockey Mario Gutierrez and trained by Doug O’Neill for owner J. Paul Reddam.
$2 win place show bets returned $32.60, $13.80 and $9.00 with the exotics paying: $2 Exacta 19-6 = $306.60
$1 Trifecta 19-6-5 = $1,532.80 and the big one $1 Superfecta 19-6-5-13 = $48,046.40 Not a bad days pay.
Beer Drinkers and Hell Raisers tribute to Hillary Clinton and Tush goes to the Secret Service.
Feds Gone Wild or spring break for the Dems in Cartagena, Colombia.
Noticably absent from the main stream media and keeping a low profile was Senator Marco Rubio who was rumored to be interviewing for VP. Selected not elected by Bilderberg.
Hillary Clinton de rumba en “La Havana” video direct from Colombia:
Is it Romney-Rubio defeating Obama-Clinton in 2012?
Time will tell. Just before we enter the Fifth Dimension. Fasten your seat belts.
April Fools. They thought they were above the law. They’re not. They’re going to jail. They’re being hunted. They’ve got nowhere on this Planet to hide. Be honest for a change.
Rogue samurai, Benjamin Fulford replaced by a clone. White Dragon Society we’re tired of talk, moving from talk to action, the active mode.
If you think voting changed anything, don’t you think they would have made it illegal a long time ago? Texas gangsters Jeb Bush or Chicago mob’s Mitt Romney.
Ron Paul won the election. April Fools Day. Debt write off jubilee. $100,000 for every man, woman and children on Earth. Anonymous, it’s really going to blow your mind.
One can only hope. New world utopia. There will be announcements. Happy April 1.
DISCLAIMER: April Fools
You’re being used, folks. Blacks and humanity are under attack. Why does the Establishment media never push something good for America?
Why does the establishment prefer to distract, divert, divide and conquer this population so the Bankers that control the Money Supply can play us off against one another?
Black men are often shot in questionable circumstances but Obama doesn’t want to turn the people against the Government or Globalists, ONLY when it is a citizen George Zimmerman killing a citizen Trayvon Martin and it’s racial.
You’re being used folks. You only get mad when you’re told to get mad by the establishment controlled media.
Fight fire with Magic.
2012 NCAA college basketball March Madness Final Four brackets has top seeded Kentucky, Ohio St, Kansas and Louisville headed to New Orleans.
Kentucky shot lights out to beat Baylor. Ohio St. beat a good Syracuse team. Kansas beat a very good but injured North Carolina and Louisville advanced after an epic Florida choke late in their game.
Anthony Davis and the Kentucky Wildcats offense should be too much for top defensive team and state rival, Louisville.
The other game between two of the best teams in 2012, Kansas and Ohio St. looks like a war and could go either way. Kansas won an earlier meeting this season.
Las Vegas line has Ohio St. a 3 point favorite. Kentucky at -9 will have to win by double digits to cover their number.