6/04/2012

Did Alex Jones Just "Jump the Shark"? - Bilderberg Group Eating "Roasted babies wrapped In gold foil"

English: Alex Jones outside Bilderberg meeting...
English: Alex Jones outside Bilderberg meeting taken by is own crew. Fair Use non-Copywrited. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Posted by Brian
Bilderberg Group is eating roasted babies?
This claim is obviously repugnant.
Alex Jones, who makes the yearly trek to protest the secret meeting of the Bilderberg Group, which is believed to be a meeting of people planning the New World Order, may have finally 'jumped the shark' on this new accusation.  Is what he is saying true? I don't know.  But to throw this out there, with ZERO evidence to back it up, is only going to bring ridicule and derision.  Giving them something this juicy to fit him for a tin-foil hat is just insanity.
I understand that saying outrageous things brings publicity, but you damn well better have something concrete to back up your claim.  A British citizen was arrested in Thailand, with roasted fetuses wrapped in gold, back in May of this year, but to make the leap, without evidence, that these are being delivered to the Bilderberg Group, is a stretch. If something like this is happening, everybody should want to know about it.  I certainly do! But it's going to take more than spouting it through a bullhorn to make your case that it is.
If you have evidence Alex, please present it.

ALEX JONES BELIEVES BILDERBERG ATTENDEES SHIP IN GOLD-COVERED ROASTED BABIES TO EAT
Posted on June 2, 2012 at 10:24am by Madeleine Morgenstern

Last month, police in Thailand arrested a British citizen after six roasted fetal corpses were found in his luggage. The bodies were believed to be between two and seven months old, according to the Guardian. Some were plated in gold leaf, apparently for use in black magic rituals.
Outside the annual Bilderberg meeting in Virginia on Thursday, Alex Jones of Infowars accused attendees of possessing the same thing — to eat.
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