Thursday, September 20, 2007

Reporter Denied Access to Globalist Meeting with U.S. Offiicals

Get the full story at World Net Daily. Here is an excerpt..

"When government officials want to go behind closed doors with investment bankers and lawyers to discuss selling our public infrastructure to foreign investment leaders, investigative reporters need to be there to tell the public what is really going on," Corsi said.

"Why is it that all these PPP and SPP (Security and Prosperity Partnership) meetings are behind closed doors," Corsi asked, "and government officials and their supporters think that's normal? But when investigative reporters want to attend and report on what is being said, we are the ones who get accused of being the conspiracy theorists?"

"By refusing to allow WND to attend as a paying customer," Corsi argued, "EuroMoney is telling the American public that they intend to conduct a secret meeting designed to teach government officials how to sell out U.S. public infrastructure to foreign investment concerns. "


Mussolini is alleged to have said "Fascism should more properly be called corporatism because it is the merger of state and corporate power." Regardless of the veracity of the quote, we are seeing it happening. Global corporations hold private meetings with our "representatives" whose re-election campaigns are funded by those same corporations. The purpose of the meeting seems to be how to sell off our national assets to them. Under these dubious circumstances, how can we have faith that these deals done in the dark will be for fair market value?

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