Who Supports the Bilderbergers & Emerging Nazis: Committee of 300

posted by Dr. Jael Ever @ 16:00 PM
May 29, 2012

    Compared to the United States, nations in Western Europe are in small spaces.  And blood relatives among European royalty comprises an even smaller interlocking group, some of whom claim to be direct descendants of Roman rulers.

According to John Coleman, author of “The Conspirator’s Hierarchy:  The Committee of 300,” the Bilderbergers are the binding force holding three branches dedicated to ‘one world government’:  1) the Wicca-Masons (i.e. Communism); 2) the Black Nobility, descendants of the early Roman emperors; and 3) the Maltese Jesuits, (the Sovereign Military Order of Malta, Opus Dei, under the Pope), the priest group that arranged escapes for many Nazi officers before the War’s end.

Each of these groups require more coverage.  Coleman says that each of these groups has 13 representatives on the 39-member Bilderberger board.

In their article, “The Black Nobility,” biblebelievers.org.au writes:  ““Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands created a group that became known as the Bilderbergers.  Many “conservative” researchers have come to recognize the Bilderbergers as an important force for the “New World Order.”

According to The Telegraph of London, German born-Prince Bernhard––the father of Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands, was a Nazi before he married Princess Juliana, the future queen of the Netherlands, and mother to Queen Beatrix.

Before the war, Bernhard was secretary to the Board of Directors of I.G. Farben in Paris. I.G. Farben, maker of Bayer Aspirin, is one of the major industrial companies that heavily financed Hitler’s rise in Germany.  Because he was a Protestant of royal rank from the Biesterfelds, a sovereign house in the German Empire, Bernhard was an acceptable husband for Princess Juliana.

In 1937, as the engaged prince-consort, Bernhard was invited to an audience with Hitler, who wrote about their meeting in his personalized book, “Table Conversations,” a collection of talks with those Hitler invited to his table.

While the Prince always denied being a Nazi, Dutch historian,  Annejet van der Zijl, found membership documents proving that the Prince had joined at least three Nazi organizations, one of which was the Nazi SS paramilitary wing.

By the time the Nazi’s invaded Holland, Bernhard was the 28-year-old Prince Consort, and head of the Dutch Royal Military Mission based in London.  By the end of the war, he was a Dutch war hero, and his Nazi past was well-buried.

Shortly after Bernhard founded of the Bilderberger Group, Robert Schuman, former Prime Minister of France and one of the first Group members, encouraged the idea of the European Union, the Council of Europe and NATO.

Thus, spheres of influence were in place to control the social construction of reality for billions of people around the world.  Interconnected spheres made to appear omnipresent, but are only ubiquitous, reflecting Satan’s spiritual kingdom.

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