Media Blackout as US Senators Meet in Secret with Global Elite Only Miles from White House

(TFTP) After months of obsessive coverage of “Russiagate,” the mainstream media is reminding the world of its hypocrisy once again as it ignores the annual meeting of one of the most secretive and powerful organizations of the global elite—Bilderberg.

The 65th annual Bilderberg Meeting, which has been held in locations around the world throughout the years, kicked off on Thursday in Chantilly, Virginia. Despite a prestigious guest list of around 130 attendees—who will arguably have more of a global influence than a few hypothetical Russian hackers—the meeting has escaped the mainstream media’s radar in the United States.

The guest list boasts a variety of politicians and financiers, including Christine Lagarde, managing director of the International Monetary Fund; José Manuel Barroso, chairman of Goldman Sachs International; Jens Stoltenberg, secretary general of NATO; and Cui Tiankai, China’s ambassador to the U.S.

While this year’s location is less than 30 miles from the White House, and the group is set to discuss the current status of the Trump Administration, President Trump himself was not included on the list of expected guests.

The Bilderberg website listed a range of topics to be discussed in 2017, from The Trump Administration: A progress report,” to “China,” to “Nuclear Proliferation,” to “Russia in the international order,” to “The direction of the EU,” to “The Trans-Atlantic defense alliance: bullets, bytes and bucks.”

While many have branded the global influence that comes as a result of the Bilderberg Meeting as nothing more than a “conspiracy theory,” the event’s website acknowledges its secretive nature by noting that participants are free to use the information received, but neither the identity nor the affiliation of the speaker(s) nor any other participant may be revealed.”

The topics discussed at each meeting raise legitimate questions about whether the array of politicians who attend are being given their marching orders for the upcoming year. It also serves as a reminder that the Bilderberg Meeting is arguably a violation of the Logan Act, which sets the law for private correspondence with foreign governments in the United States:

“ANY CITIZEN OF THE UNITED STATES, WHEREVER HE MAY BE, WHO, WITHOUT AUTHORITY OF THE UNITED STATES, DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY COMMENCES OR CARRIES ON ANY CORRESPONDENCE OR INTERCOURSE WITH ANY FOREIGN GOVERNMENT OR ANY OFFICER OR AGENT THEREOF, WITH INTENT TO INFLUENCE THE MEASURES OR CONDUCT OF ANY FOREIGN GOVERNMENT OR OF ANY OFFICER OR AGENT THEREOF, IN RELATION TO ANY DISPUTES OR CONTROVERSIES WITH THE UNITED STATES, OR TO DEFEAT THE MEASURES OF THE UNITED STATES, SHALL BE FINED UNDER THIS TITLE OR IMPRISONED NOT MORE THAN THREE YEARS, OR BOTH.”

Despite the egregious nature of the secrecy surrounding the group, and its possible consequences under U.S. law, elected officials appear as though they couldn’t care less. In fact, Republican Senators, Lindsey Graham from South Carolina and Tom Cotton from Arkansas, are even included on the guest list.

The mainstream media’s devotion to the possibility that that the Russian government may have influenced the U.S. election would have viewers convinced that it is just getting started in its war on exposing global interference in American interests.

Instead, the MSM have chosen corporate interests over truth, lending its 24/7 coverage to Trump’s latest typo while one of the most influential, secretive meets of the global elite is happening right now on American soil.

Read the full story at TheFreeThoughtProject.com.


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Rachel Blevins is a journalist who aspires to break the left/right paradigm in media and politics by pursuing truth and questioning existing narratives.

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