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Male Prostitutes Service Bilderberg Members? – TSA Abuses Mentally Disabled Man – Obama’s $2 Million a Day Illegal War in Libya

June 11, 2011

Male Prostitutes Service Bilderberg Members at Elite Summit?

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Bilderberg attendees photographed leaving El Paradiso compound following admission of gay escorts being transported there

Paul Joseph Watson in St. Moritz, Switzerland
Infowars
June 11, 2011 – UPDATED WITH PHOTOS

Following several reports that male prostitutes were being transported to a location near the Suvretta Hotel at which Bilderberg members are stationed in St. Moritz, members of the elitist confab were subsequently photographed leaving the luxury El Paradiso compound and walking back to the hotel.

Indications that male prostitutes were being provided for Bilderberg members began to stir last night following our conversation with a source who worked behind the bar in a hotel five minutes drive down the road from the Suvretta.

Although extremely reluctant to provide details at first, the source, a young homosexual man in his 20′s, admitted to us that he was being flown by helicopter in the morning to the El Paradiso resort to service a group of important people. The El Paradiso is a luxury getaway that brags on its website about how it provides all manner of pampering services to its clients. It is located about 10 minutes drive up the narrow mountain road from the Suvretta Hotel.

As the conversation progressed, the individual made it clear that the job was not just bar work or waiting on tables.

The source told us that he was being paid huge amounts of money for the job and that he had been hired for similar roles before by rich people. The man discussed how on the last such occasion he was given a full body search before he entered the building, was put in a white robe and then body searched again. A beer bottle opener that also contained a tiny penknife was confiscated before he was allowed to enter.

Independent of our source, other journalists, including Charlie Skelton of the Guardian, discovered that Bilderberg members were planning to visit El Paradiso, and rumors of male prostitutes continued to circulate.

At around 1:30pm this afternoon, myself, Aaron Dykes, Alexander Benesch of Infokreig and We Are Change Birmingham’s Jon Scobie, attempted to locate El Paradiso, driving up treacherous narrow mountain roads. On our way we were followed and stopped by the Swiss police twice, firstly being told to leave the area and then again for entering a restricted area. We were fined 100 swiss francs for the infraction.

Although the area around El Paradiso was crawling with police, we were able to get a shot of the building from a distance.

A few hours later, Bilderberg members, including Peter Mandelson, were later seen leaving El Paradiso and making their way back via cable cars to the Suvretta hotel which is down the mountain. Numerous photos of Bilderberg members as they were walking back into the hotel were captured and we hope to have them soon.

As the New York Post reported, during the 2004 Bohemian Grove get-together, which counts amongst its members many of the same individuals who attend Bilderberg, gay porn star Chad Savage was sent in to “service” the elite moguls there.

UPDATE: Photos of Bilderberg members leaving El Paridiso below provided by We Are Change Switzerland. We would like to emphasize that there is no direct proof that any of these individuals used the services of gay escorts.


Peter Mandelson


Eric Schmidt


Peer Steinbrück


Franco Bernabe


Jacob Wallenberg


Thomas Enders

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Mentally Disabled Man Considered Terrorist by TSA

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Kurt Nimmo
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June 11, 2011

No longer is there an excuse. If you elect to fly, you are endorsing the sort of behavior the man below suffered. If you fly because your business requires it, I feel sorry for you. But if you fly because it is more convenient than driving or taking a train or a bus, you’re encouraging the TSA to abuse the mentally disabled and molest six year olds.

This will not stop until the airlines fear bankruptcy due to lost business. Millions of people must refuse to fly and look for other ways to travel. Faced with going out of business, the airlines will refuse to allow the feds to run their Gestapo humiliation program.

If you continue to fly, you are to blame for the TSA abusing the mentally disabled, pregnant women, and children

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Libya on $2 Million a Day: Obama’s Illegal War

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Written by Michael Tennant
Friday, 10 June 2011 17:11
U.S. taxpayers are being soaked to the tune of $2 million a day for President Barack Obama’s illegal war in Libya, according to a Defense Department memo obtained by the Financial Times. The document, entitled “United States Contribution to Operation Unified Protector,” says that the government is spending about $60 million a month on the mission and had spent $664 million by mid-May. This is significantly more than the Pentagon had previously suggested the war was costing. In late March Defense Department officials testified to Congress that they had spent about $550 million on the war, at a rate of about $40 million per month. In May Defense Secretary Robert Gates estimated that the government would end up shelling out about $750 million on the war through the end of fiscal year 2011. Clearly the bill is going to be much higher.

The Financial Times story also puts the lie to the Obama administration’s assurances that the United States would be at the forefront of NATO operations for only “days, not weeks” and that since April 4 U.S. troops have been in a “support,” rather than active combat, role:

Although it is working under NATO, the U.S. is by far the largest contributor to operation Unified Protector. As of mid-May it was conducting 70 percent of reconnaissance missions, over 75 percent of refueling flights and 27 percent of all air sorties.

The U.S. has about 75 aircraft, including drones, involved in the operations and since the end of March has conducted about 2,600 aircraft sorties and about 600 combat sorties. …

In total the U.S. military has fired about 228 missiles as of mid-May.

All this spending is coming out of the Pentagon’s existing budget; Congress has not appropriated any funds specifically for the Libyan mission. With legislators of both parties becoming restive over the war, the Obama administration is unlikely to seek such funding either.

As Fox News points out, news of the escalating cost of the war will make “the challenge of selling Libya [to Congress] even harder.” Last week the House of Representatives passed a resolution that demanded an explanation of the war from Obama and reminded him that Congress might be reluctant to fund the war in the absence of a “compelling rationale” for it. On Wednesday the Senate, which had previously appeared likely to pass a resolution in favor of the war, instead approved one similar to the one that had passed the House. “However,” writes Fox News, “this one is tougher in that it calls for the president to seek permission from Congress to remain in Libya.”

Sen. Jim Webb (D-Va.), one of the resolution’s cosponsors, explained the rationale behind it:

When we examine the conditions under which the President ordered our military into action in Libya, we are faced with the prospect of a very troubling historical precedent that has the potential to haunt us for decades. The issue for us to consider is whether a President — any President — can unilaterally begin, and continue, a military campaign for reasons that he alone defines as meeting the demanding standards worthy of risking American lives and expending billions of dollars of our taxpayers’ money. It is important for Congress to step in and clearly define the boundaries of our involvement.

Congress should certainly assert its constitutional authority to initiate, define the scope of, and terminate wars. If the President refuses to comply with clear congressional directives, then Congress should also assert its constitutional authority to impeach him.

Jason Ditz of Antiwar.com summed up the situation in Washington well:

Despite increasingly shrill claims of progress, the war in Libya appears stalemated and destined to last for months, if not years. Britain’s defense secretary was up front about this, saying it would probably still be going on past Christmas. For a Congress coping with an already staggering deficit and facing growing doubts about the nation’s myriad wars, this may be far too long, and far too expensive, to tolerate.

Photo: Does $2 million include room service? Corinthia Hotel Tripoli, Libya

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