Bilderberg, submitted by D.Brock. Know what I love about conspiracy theorists? They are so motivated, and get so much done in a day. By far the conspiracy sites on the Internet have the most time and effort poured into them. Just look at all the writing and links on this page! If I ever open up my own warehouse, I'm going to hire all internet conspiracy theorists to drive my forklifts and answer the phone. This Bilderberg site standard run of the mill over paranoid ranting about Amerikkka, the Skull and Bones society, and anything you can think of. They should really do themselves a favor and just accept that everybody with power is corrupt and go watch "Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle". I heard it's a laugh riot.
Holy smokes that NATO symbol is turning into a swastika! I admit I was skeptical when I first started reading Bilderberg, but now thanks to that persuasive animated gif, I'm sold. I'm thinking the name Bilderberg sort of like Bloomberg news but for really paranoid hippies who took a little too much acid in the 60's. I recognized the Hawkwind reference of section title called "Quark, Strangeness and Charm", so that tells me all I need to know. Chill out bro, just keep telling yourself that it's not real, and that everything will be ok in a few hours. My favorite part of this site is at the bottom called "Threats to this site". I'm going to go ahead and admit right now that I have been paid off by the CIA, FBI, Freemasons, NATO, UN, MADD, TMNT, and Mars to link this site and eat up your yummy bandwidth, so you can go ahead and list "Frolixo" as threat #6. Rock on.
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