Thursday, June 5, 2008
Spooks Infest Marriott Hotel As Bilderberg Begins
Tucker and Jones followed, questioned by FBI as stunt fire alarm interrupts Coast to Coast appearance
Paul Joseph Watson
June 5, 2008
Spooks, FBI agents and cops have descended on the Westfields Marriott hotel in Chantilly Virginia to scrutinize Jim Tucker and Alex Jones as the 2008 Bilderberg meeting gets underway today without even being mentioned in the American corporate media.
Immediately before appearing on the nationally syndicated Coast to Coast AM broadcast last night, a show that boasts around 16 million listeners, Alex Jones was interrupted by a fire alarm which forced him to leave the hotel.
"I know this is a set-up, they timed this exactly....the moment the phone rang the alarm goes off....they want to use this to flush us out of here," Jones told host George Noory.
Jones added that he was also confronted by a security guard 30 minutes before the interview who told him to stop filming and made a bizarre out of context reference to a fire alarm.
"This is some kind of stunt, these bastards walked up to us and made a comment about fire alarms, we come in here the phone rings and right as the phone rings and they pick it up this alarm goes off," said Jones.
Jones also said that FBI agents had grilled him and Tucker on whether he "was planning anything violent" during a confrontation in the hotel restaurant.
"There's agents and spies everywhere....everywhere we go we are followed....they are questioning us, getting in our faces," said Jones, who was also detained and interrogated before the 2006 Bilderberg meeting in Ottawa Canada.
"All we're trying to do is get the First Amendment out, we're reporters, it's our right when 120 world leaders show up, we have a right and a duty to find out what's going on," he added.
Since the U.S. corporate media has steadfastly refused to utter one word on 125 powerbrokers meeting in secret to discuss the future of the planet, it is not only the duty, but the neccessity of the alternative media to fill the hole and keep Americans informed about what is taking place this week in Chantilly.
If 125 film stars booked out a hotel, arrived in dark-tinted limosuines and met in secret do you think the corporate media would be interested in finding out what they were there to discuss?
Yet 125 top CEO's, hugely influential philanthropists, heads of state, NATO officials, academic leaders, banking kingpins, and European royalty - the very people that shape the destiny of the world - can get together for three days without a single U.S. corporate media outlet reporting on it.
You certainly won't read about it in the Washington Post, the New York Times or the Wall Street Journal, since the editors of those three newspapers are all Bilderberg members.
This is why Tucker and Jones are forced to undergo harassment and scrutiny almost every year merely for covering the event - because not one mainstream media outlet dare break ranks with its elite owners and undertake real investigative journalism.