(In the following, Castro's words are in Red.)
Resolution 1929 of the United Nations Security Council on
June 9, 2010 sealed the fate of imperialism.
I don't know how many people noticed that, among other absurdities, the secretary general of that institution, Ban Ki-moon, fulfilling orders from above, made the blunder of appointing Alvaro Uribe Vice-President of the commission responsible for investigating the Israeli attack on the humanitarian flotilla that was transporting essential foodstuffs to the besieged population in the Gaza Strip. The attack occurred in international waters at some considerable distance from the coast.
That decision gave Uribe accused of war crimes total impunity, as if a country full of mass graves containing the corpses of murdered people, some with as many as 2,000 victims, and seven yanki military bases, plus the rest of the Colombian military bases at its service, had nothing to do with terrorism and genocide.
Alvaro Uribe, President of Colombia, August 10, 2010, by Wikipedia
On the other hand, on (that same day), June 10, 2010, Cuban journalist Randy Alonso, who hosts the "Roundtable" national television program, wrote an article for the CubaDebate website, entitled: "The so-called World Government meets in Barcelona." The article states:
"They arrived at the pleasant Dolce Hotel in luxury cars with darkened windows or by helicopter."
"They were the 100-plus economic, financial, political and media leaders from North America and Europe who came to this place for the annual meeting of the Bilderberg Club, a sort of shadow world government."
Other honest writers like him were likewise following the news that somehow was leaked from that strange meeting. Somebody much more informed than them has been on the trail of these events for many years.
"The exclusive Club, which met in Sitges, was founded in 1954. It was the idea of Joseph Retinger, a political advisor and analyst. Its original promoters were U.S. tycoon David Rockefeller, Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands and Belgian Prime Minister Paul Van Zeeland. Its founding purpose was to combat the growing 'anti-Americanism' existing in Europe at that time and to confront the Soviet Union and communism that was gaining in strength on the European continent."
"The first meeting took place at the Bilderberg Hotel in Osterbeck, Holland, on May 29 and 30, 1954, hence the name of the group which, with the exception of 1976, has since met on an annual basis."
"There is a core group of permanent members who are the 39 members of the steering committee, the rest are guests."
"The organization insists that no one gives interviews or reveals anything that 'any individual participant has said.' The essential requisite is an excellent command of the English language [and] there are no translators present."
"Nobody knows for sure the current reaches of the group. Those who have studied the body say that it is not by chance that it always meets shortly before the G-8 (previously, the G-7) and that it seeks a new world order with one sole government, military, economy and ideology."