Elitest Banker Larry Summers Doesn’t Like Being Asked About Bilderberg
If you recall, back in 2013, globalist banker Larry Summers was in line to take over at the Federal Reserve. He dropped out and America got Janet Yellen instead. Recently, Summers was questioned about Bilderberg by independent journalists Like Rudkowski and Dan Dick about the speculation and mystery surrounding Bilderberg and Summers is just unwilling to talk.
The two approach Summers and he asks who they are. When they reply, “We Are Change, independent media,” Summers smirks and scoffs and declares, “No thanks, no thanks.”
Rudkowski, points out that Summers has a stain on his shirt and even offered to “get him something” to “do things a little different.”
“We just want to know what happens there,” Rudkowski says, speaking of the meeting of the Bilderberg Group.
Summers continues to say, “No thanks.”
“Why not?” Rudkowski asks. “There’s a lot of theories out there. We just want to know what happens.”
Now, at this point, there are probably some people who think this is merely badgering the man, but consider that this man is part of the problem we face in this country. He is intertwined with the bankers that are robbing Americans blind and have been for well over 100 years. Americans deserve and answer from men like Summers regarding what they are doing and what is going on at Bilderberg.
Rudkowski and Dick continue to speak to Summers even though he continues to answer their questions with “No comment.”
“There’s a lot of speculation and mystery,” says Rudkowski.
“Yeah, people end up speculating because of the ‘no comment’ comment,” added Dick. “If there was a little more transparency, there might not be all the conspiracy theories.”
“No comment,” Summers responds again.
Summers would not even say whether he was pro-Donald Trump or anti-Trump.
He finally said, “I’d appreciate it if you would leave me alone.”
At this point, it seems clear that Summers isn’t giving up anything.
Dicks then commented that they got “quite the conversation” from Peter Southerland from Goldman Sachs.
Still, Summers sat stoic in his seat at the airport.
“Your silence is a lot louder than a ‘no comment’ comment,” said Dicks.
The two continued to ask him questions.
Clearly, Summers wasn’t happy about being asked about Bilderberg, but I applaud the guys at We Are Change for having the courage to do what the mainstream media seems unwilling to do and that confronts these people about Bilderberg and what is going on. Perhaps if investigative journalists actually investigate Bilderberg and reported it via the mainstream outlets, we might have a better opportunity of having informed citizens who can shut these people down in our government.