September 11th, 2010 11:56 EST
The Secrets of the Bilderberg Group
Recently former Cuban president Fidel Castro published an article in the Cuban newspaper Granma that was in large part a retelling of information detailed in the best selling book The True Story of the Bilderberg Group by investigative journalist Daniel Estulin.
The Bilderberg Group is a highly secretive annual meeting of the world`s richest and most powerful people. According to Estulin, the conclave determines how the world is to be run in behind-the-scenes forums attended by royalty, top business people and senior government officials. The group, founded in 1954, held its 2010 meeting in Sitges, Spain.
"The obligation of all human beings is to make sure of the survival of all the human species. The Bilderberg Club wants to make sure of its survival exclusively, " the author says.
Castro was so impressed with Estulin that he invited the author to Cuba to personally meet with him. Castro himself has been a major figure in world politics, especially during the Sixties when he stood up to the Kennedy administration during the Cuban Missile Crisis. Since the Cuban hero is not under pressure from the major media to quell any mention of conspiracy-related issues, he is nearly alone among international political figures in wanting to out the Bilderberg Group.
Estulin met with Castro on August 26 for nearly three hours. He is the first western journalist to interview former Cuban President in the past five years.
Estulin said, "I found him to be very much recovered from the illness that nearly took his life. His handshake is firm, his walk steady, his look penetrating. He has a twinkle in his eyes that tell me he is not quite ready to play dead. I told him that many people around the world are hoping for his full recovery because he is the one man who can galvanize nations towards progress and development which will subsequently increase the power of man over nature."
Both men agreed that the U.S. is looking towards other Latin American countries as locations for military bases, Venezuela being one. So far, Castro noted, "against all odds, Venezuela continues being of the few countries of the world where there are no North American military bases. And they hate Cuba for the same reason: its independence."
They also agreed that U.S. administrations have used the Al Qaeda terrorist network as a convenient bogeyman each time they have needed to scare the public. According to Estulin`s sources, however, the last time that Bin Laden`s true voice was heard was on the 21st of December 2001. "As of that date, it disappears. From then on, they have replaced him with a bad actor, who gets dressed like him, but does not look like him."
Estulin also has documented information on the strategic arms objectives against Russia, and claims that the US is building bases in Afghanistan not to confront Iran, but aimed at southern Russia. Castro listened with interest and said that, "to accumulate more than 25,000 nuclear weapons is not a mark of prudent people.
This passed through my mind while you spoke, and I wondered what would it take to stop all this. That was exactly why I wanted to talk with you. I have a spent long time reading and collecting information. We have always asked questions, while those who make decisions that can decide the life of million people, are misinformed."
Estulin presented his books The True Story of the Bilderberg Group and The Shadow Masters to Castro and wrote a dedication that said: "We will win the war when the power of the love overcomes the love of power."
Estulin`s books are published in the U.S. by TrineDay Books, the country`s largest publisher of "inconvenient truth". Visit www.trineday.com for more information on these and many other titles.