Bilderberg… That’s just conspiracy talk…
Charlie Skelton believed this about a week ago until…
That’s right… this comedic pen man for Guardian.co.uk experienced some very unusual events while in Athens Greece this past weekend…
First is an article by Steve Watson of Infowars.net reporting on this and below are links to Charlie Skelton’s own writings from the event…
Guardian Writer Hounded And Threatened Over Bilderberg Reporting
Police refuse to cooperate as Charlie Skelton demands answers over his harassment
Steve Watson Infowars.net
Monday, May 18, 2009
London Guardian writer Charlie Skelton has further detailed the constant harassment and stalking he has been forced to endure for daring to cover the 2009 Bilderberg meeting near Athens.
A somewhat distressed and emotionally exasperated Skelton has filed a fresh report explaining how he has been consistently followed around and spied upon by undercover police (pictured opposite) and government security officials during his time in Vouliagmeni, Greece.
“I came to make a few cracks about Bilderberg and ended up getting sledgehammered in the nuts.” Skelton writes, referring to the fact that his initial posts were written with a lighthearted and comical approach.
The situation quickly turned serious for Skelton however, once the secretive elite confab kicked off.
He has been arrested twice for attempting to take photographs close to the Astir Palace resort, inside of which 150 or so of the world’s most influential powerbrokers have been trading words and strategies for the past four days.
Skelton relates how he has been threatened by his stalkers and has even gotten into a scuffle with two of them.
“I have been stalked and harassed by Greek government security, I have hidden from them in stairwells, challenged them in the street, tried to arrest them, and been lied to by them.” he writes.
Skelton describes how he has approached different police departments around the city to demand answers on why he is being hounded, and how he has even seen one of his stalkers inside a police department.
Despite also visiting the British embassy after fearing for his safety, Skelton has been completely stonewalled by the authorities.
He repeats the words spoken to him by a police captain in Athens:
“No, I don’t think you have a problem. They only follow you to see where you are going. I think they don’t want to harm you. And if they do want to harm you, I’d sooner they don’t do that in Athens.”
“They follow you from police station to police station. They know that you have informed police that you are threatened. They are more careful now.”
Here are links to Charlie Skelton’s Bilderberg articles…
Charlie Skelton’s Bilderberg files
Our man at Bilderberg: in pursuit of the world’s most powerful cabal 13 May 2009: Once a year, it is rumoured, the global elite gather at a luxury hotel to chew the fat and fine-tune their secret plans for world domination. We sent Charlie Skelton in pursuit
Our man at Bilderberg: Close, but still no cabal 13 May 2009: With the annual secret meeting of the global elite only hours away, the shadowy corporatocracy remains tantalisingly elusive, writes Charlie Skelton
Read Charlie Skelton’s first Bilderberg dispatch
Bilderberg: One mention of Sylvester McCoy and it all kicks off 14 May 2009: Charlie Skelton is menaced by police with guns (and mirrors on sticks) in his third dispatch from (near) the Bilderberg summit of the global elite
Our man at Bilderberg: They’re watching and following me, I tell you 15 May 2009: Charlie Skelton continues his quest to unmask the world’s most powerful cabal and foil its evil plan to take over the world … well, sort of
Our man at Bilderberg: I’m ready to lose control, but they’re not 15 May 2009: Charlie Skelton feels a sudden need to apologise for the trouble he’s caused, swiftly followed by a rush of revolutionary rage against the powers that be being so, well, powerful
Our man at Bilderberg: ‘You are not allowed to take pictures of policemen!’ 17 May 2009: Charlie Skelton is scared, jumpy and hacked off at the police state built around Bilderberg. So hacked off, in fact, he has asked the police to stop following him. Bad move
Our man at Bilderberg: Fear my pen 18 May 2009: Charlie Skelton reflects on the effectiveness, or otherwise, of his reporting on the annual secret meeting of the global elite
Our man in Bilderberg: Six days to lost innocence 18 May 2009: At the end of the annual secret meeting of the global elite, a call of nature feeds Charlie Skelton’s worst fears