Sunday, June 14, 2015

Bilderberg's High Tech Leaders: Rock On Toward ...

There are a number of technology related names on the Bilderberg attendee list.  Google's Eric Schmidt Chairs a company in search of a mission

Google’s chief executive Larry Page has admitted that the company has outgrown its mission statement to “organise the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful” from the launch of the company in 1998, but has said he doesn’t yet know how to redefine it.

Page insists that the company is still focused on the altruistic principles that it was founded on in 1998 with the original mission statement, when he and co-founder Sergey Brin were aiming big with “societal goals” to “organise the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful”.

Accessible to whom and for what purpose? This leads us to our next Bliderberger, Jim Messina.  The Messina Group describes its CEO:

The mastermind behind President Obama’s 2012 re-election campaign, Jim Messina seized the reins on what Bloomberg Businessweek dubbed “the highest-wattage crash course in executive management ever undertaken”—and succeeded, earning the President another term in the White House. With the guidance of technology’s foremost leaders, Messina abandoned every step of a traditional presidential campaign and merged technology and politics in a way that was both unpredictable and unprecedented. Messina’s strategies established the modern presidential campaign—Google’s Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt called it “the best-run campaign ever.”  The American Association of Political Consultants later crowned him the Campaign Strategist of the Year.

In January 2013, the Obama administration announced the launch of Organizing for Action, a new advocacy organization that will promote President Obama’s policies, with Jim Messina as national director.

In 2013, Messina also launched The Messina Group. In this role, Messina provides strategic consulting to political campaigns, advocacy organizations and businesses. In this capacity, Messina serves as senior advisor to Prime Minister David Cameron for the 2015 elections.
Global, technology combine in an era where everything is a campaign. This leads us to the next high tech Bilderberg attendees.  Peter Theil and Alex Karp swim in the security space with Palantir, a company seeded by the CIA.  Forbes wrote Palantir combines "Google-level engineering applied directly to government spying."  A concerned ACLU leader offered: 

Palantir’s software could enable a “true totalitarian nightmare, monitoring the activities of innocent Americans on a mass scale.”

Back to Bilderberg and billionaire Peter Thiel.  WaPo reported:

"Calling our society a democracy is very misleading," Thiel went on. "We're not a republic; we're not a constitutional republic. We live in a state that's dominated by these technocratic agencies."
So who will high tech leaders serve?  Google is not making Bilderberg 2015 information available to the world.  The Messina Group is ready to sell its tech oriented services to political campaigns, advocacy organizations and businesses.  Palantir is protecting the Bilderberg elite.  Rest assured every text and tweet sent within the security zone is seen by the Bilderberg rock.  Money is to be made by serving technocratic agencies, not the people.