Posted on | January 28, 2013 | 9 Comments
Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands announced today her abdication in favor of her eldest son. Beatrix was a prominent figure and a driving force behind the Bilderberg group. Bilderber has a dubious distinction of being g a click of European royalties, bankers, chairmen of large corporations, a couple of top CIA officers and heads of state of the European countries and the US, who mastermind the destruction of the two main economic engines of the world: US and Western Europe. Bilderberg group is being credited of being a force behind the devaluation of the U.S. and European currencies and funnelling millions of the U.S. and European jobs to the slave labor in China. These measures gave billions of dollars of profit for the very few while plunging into debt the whole continents. If the departure of Beatrix signifies a loosening grip of Biderberg, then all I can say is “Good riddance”.
Interesting coincidence. Simultaneous to this announced resignation it was announced that a judge in New York ruled that a legal action by a former girlfriend of George Soros can proceed. Soros is one of the hot shots of the Bilderberg group and the unofficial king of Davos. Soros, of course, is a 80 year old multi billionaire and $50 million dollars asked by his 28 year old ex-guilfriend is a small change for him, but it is extremely embarassing for him. Also, from what I can see, the case actually appear to be very flimzy. The girlfriend claimed that he promised her a one and a half million dollar condo in New York, that he reneged on his promise and even hit her and choked her. I am not sure how a judge would award one and a half million without a contract and how the judge will jump from a one and a half million to 50 million, so the fact that the judge allowed it to go on and ruled today, after the case sat there since March, might be a message being sent to some people that they went too far. It is interesting that on Friday there were a couple of decisions by Federal judges against the Obama regime. US court of Appeals for the District of Columbia circuit ruled that Obama’s appointments on the National labor board were unconstitutional and a Federal judge in TX ruled that ICE agents can sue Obama administration in regards to the executive orders, orders which de facto made a mockery of the U.S. immigration laws.
I might be mistaken, all four events might be a strange coincidence, but there rarely is a coincidence in cases of this magnitude. Maybe it is a sign that the fever broke, that there is a shift in the power struggle, maybe not. We will see…