The elite Bilderberg Group, which is convening this year at the Westfields Marriott hotel in Chantilly, Virginia, has officially ended the Democratic presidential contest between Sen. Hillary Clinton and Sen. Barack Obama.
The two presidential hopefuls were summoned to the Bilderberg Group annual meeting, where they were both informed that Obama would play the part of the Democratic candidate this election year. Clinton is reported to have begged Lord Rothschild and David Rockefeller both senior level Bilderbergers for forgiveness following her poor campaign performance this past year.
Mrs. Clinton was very upset, said a male prostitute who services some of the male Bilderberg members. She said David Rockefeller was behind the push to oust her from the race. She had apparently been promised a comeback effort by Lord Rothschild like the kind that was granted to her husband Bill Clinton in the early 1990s, when it looked like he was going to be out of the presidential race.
Rothschild represents U.K. interests in the Bilderberg Group, while Rockefeller handles U.S. concerns. Sources say that Rockefeller overruled Rothschild on the Clinton matter.
Republican candidate John McCain is also scheduled to appear before Bilderberg soon, and will be given a script on how he should campaign against Obama. Bilderberg is expected to choose which candidate McCain or Obama will be the next U.S. president sometime during the next two days.
The Bilderberg Group was formed in the 1950s to consolidate the countries of the world into regions to be controlled by the worlds elite, as a precursor to a global government. It often interferes directly in democratic countries in order to further this agenda. Republican Congressman Ron Paul of Texas was effectively knocked out of the presidential race by the Bilderbergers, shortly after the elite group ordered the U.S. mainstream news media not to report on him. Paul had espoused anti-globalist views during his campaign. (Posted in Satire by sirsatire on June 7th, 2008) http://sirsatire.wordpress.com/2008/06/07/bilderberg-group-orders-end-to-obamaclinton-contest