October 5, 2010
The name “Cholly Bilderberger” is familiar to all original readers of Instauration magazine. It was the nom de plume of a man that Wilmot Robertson introduced as the very first columnist to be featured in Instauration in September 1978 as a “man so much in the know, so incredibly ‘in’, that grey eminences like Averill Harriman and Clark Clifford are comparative outsiders.” In today’s October 5, 2010 Jamie Kelso Show we look at this anonymous genius’s insights. These are insights into a ‘grand strategy’ for a White renaissance that foreshadow the genius of Nick Griffin and Arthur Kemp in crafting the winning strategy of the British National Party thirty years later at BNP.org.uk. “Cholly Bilderberger” wrote in the May 1986 Instauration: “I believe that we have dispossessed ourselves. [referring to Wilmot Robertson's Dispossessed Majority] Which means that those who have swarmed into all areas vacated by our self-dispossession are not the instigators of our problems. They are not dispossessors, but looters in an already abandoned society.”
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