Posts Tagged ‘South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford’

In my article on the hypocritical grandstanding of Ebay and Chapters Indigo, I sourced an article by Canada’s national public broadcaster, CBC, which states that Heather Reisman, owner of Canada’s book selling monopoly, Chapters Indigo, attended the 2006 Bilderberg meeting in Ottawa, Canada.

Subsequently, I came across her executive bio, where it openly states (emphasis mine):

Ms. Reisman is a former Governor of McGill University and of the Toronto Stock Exchange. She has served on many North American boards including Magna International, Suncor, and Rogers Communications Inc., and continues to serve on the board of Onex Corporation, J. Crew Group Inc., and Right to Play. She is also a Director and Officer of Mount Sinai Hospital, and a member of the Bilderberg Steering Committee, a geo-political think group.

Watch videos of former Chairman of the illegal private Federal Reserve banking cartel, Paul Volcker, and disgraced South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford admitting they attended Bilderberg meetings, and current Fed Chairman, Ben Bernanke pull up to a Bilderberg meeting in one of his fancy limos.

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On October 15, 2009, We Are Change Boston asked former Federal Reserve Chairman and current Chair of President Obama’s Economic Recovery Advisory Board, Paul Volcker, about the Bilderberg Group.

This short video clip is highly significant for several reasons, including:

1) A former Fed Chairman, Volcker, acknowledges that the Bilderberg Group exists.
2) He acknowledges that he attended their meeting this year (2009), and two or three times previously.
3) He acknowledges the authority and consequences of the Logan Act, which prohibits unauthorized U.S. citizens from negotiating with foreign governments, punishable under federal law with imprisonment up to three years.
4) He indirectly admits that the Federal Reserve is a non-governmental private institution, by implying the Act didn’t apply to his attendance.
5) If he wasn’t given express authorization by President Obama to attend this year’s meeting, he’d be liable for punishment under the Logan Act. Testimony in Congress, under oath, should be sought to determine that.

For those few who are still living in denial about the existence of the Bilderberg Group, or if you’re curious, watch this clip of Ben Bernanke pulling into the 2008 Bilderberg Group meeting, and South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford reflecting upon his attendance at that same meeting.

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