The technocratic rulers of the military/industrial/governmental globalist world view have been singed this weekend by the thoroughly pleasant and intellectually scathing Brit Humour of London Guardian’s Charlie Skelton, as he does the job which main stream media has largely neglected and or feared to do in reporting upon these rulers who are at the helm of the entire ship of state for the planet.
Hyperbolic as that introduction may be, I think you will thoroughly enjoy Mr. Skelton’s wonderful journalistic entry into the public record.
Can the might of Bilderberg be worn down by this torrent of testosterone, megaphones and blatantly eaten goji berries?
A police officer quietly apologises for making such a pointless arrest. Photograph: Hannah Borno I handed the goji berries to the cop. “He dropped these.” The cop thanked me, tossed the gojis in the trunk, and bustled away his captive amid a cacophony of outrage from the crowds. Moments earlier, the man with the berries had called out to the crowd: “They can’t arrest us all! Let’s stand together!” Moments later, poignantly, he was grabbed by the police and bundled into the squad car.
It was a silly arrest, really. He wasn’t doing anything at all. He was eating goji berries, standing on the edge of the road. Jaysnacking. A token flex of muscle from Fairfax County police.