COBRA: Bilderberg’s Weapon Of Choice

Extra special police forces known as COBRA will be called in to operate security during the secretive meeting.

 The Bilderberg Group will reconvene in 2015 with their corpora-cratic mixer focusing on a unified geopolitical oppression strategy at the opulent Interalpen Hotel, in the Austrian mountains near Telfs.

In a press release, the Austrian police revealed security for the confab will be in operation from June 9th-14th.

A statement from the Minister of the Interior notes that in conjunction with German police, extra special police forces, known as COBRA, will be called in to operate security during the gatherings.  

 Pulled right out of the “fact is stranger than fiction” category, the elite special forces counterterrorism police protecting the miserly war mongering ravenous den of sociopaths is none other than COBRA.

Cobra was the name of the terrorist organization confronted by American forces in the 1985 Marvel Comic/Hasbro series G.I. Joe.

The Federal Ministry of the Interior changed the unit’s name from GEK to EKO Cobra in 2002.

The Einsatzkommando Cobra, formerly known as GEK (Gendarmerieeinsatzkommando) was formed in 1978, primarily as a response to the attack on Israeli athletes at the 1972 Munich Olympics.


The Interior Minister’s statement also notes police are considering “significant” traffic restrictions and even a 30-mile no-fly zone around the meeting, to include paragliders and hang gliders.

The hotel previously hosted the Bilderbergers in 1988. 2015 will mark the third time the conference has been held in Austria.

While the mainstream media habitually fails to afford Bilderberg the press coverage it demands – characterizing the group as a mere “talking shop” – innumerable examples of the organization having a direct impact on global policy have been documented in recent years, leading to charges that the group is fundamentally undemocratic in nature.

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