Italian politician, member of the Northern League, and member of the European Parliament’s Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs, Mario Borghezio, was beaten and arrested by Bilderberg Security yesterday as he attempted to enter the meeting and protest its secretive globalist agenda. Remarkably, Borghezio maltreatment went unreported in the United States. This would be analogous to the beating of a member of Congress going unreported. Infowars.com will cover the incident in detail.
Dominic Schreiber of We Are Change in Switzerland appeared on the Alex Jones Show today and said a number of Swiss MPS are moving forward with an effort to have Bilderberg member and war criminal Henry Kissinger and others arrested.
On June 6, Paul Joseph Watson reported on Dominique Baettig’s call on Swiss federal authorities to apprehend the former U.S. Secretary of State.
Schreiber said a Jura canton representative Dominique Baettig and members of Swiss National Council are calling for the arrest of conference participants who are internationally wanted for war crimes, including George W. Bush, Henry Kissinger, Dick Cheney, and Richard Perle.
In February, Bush cancelled a trip to Switzerland due demands for his arrest over the treatment of prisoners at Guantánamo Bay and other war crimes.
Baettig and canton leaders are demanding access to the Bilderberg meeting and plan to confront the globalist group within the hour.
Kissinger and Perle are regular Bilderberg attendees. The Infowars team now present in St. Moritz spotted the infamous neocon Perle earlier this week.
Swiss politician Lukas Reimann went on Alex’s show and said the Swiss People’s Party opposes the IMF, the World Bank, and the Bilderberg Group. Reimann plans to march to the gates of Bilderberg with Baettig and other Canton leaders.
The Swiss People’s Party is the largest party in the Federal Assembly, with 58 members of the National Council and 6 of the Council of States.
Dominique Baettig’s letter in Swiss German follows:
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