Pre-summit Riots Help Neocon-Hedge Funds Cabal Transform G-8 Meeting into High-Security Event

4 de junio de 2007

<body><div id="article"><tr><td height="23" valign="middle" width="184"></td><td valign="middle" width="185"></td></tr><h1>Pre-summit Riots Help Neocon-Hedge Funds Cabal Transform G-8 Meeting into High-Security Event</h1><p>June 4, 2007 (LPAC) -- The clashes that broke out in Rostock this past Saturday by anti-G-8 violent gangs, leaving 450 policemen and the same number of rioters wounded on the scene, provides a more than welcome situation for the hedge fund controllers of the rioters to change the G-8 Summit agenda away from controlling hedge funds, to concern over security and terrorism (see). Massive media coverage of the riots is helping to justify the immense security expenses - almost 100 million euros - for the summit, although the extreme security measures have come under massive public criticism.</p><p>German officials have leaked to the press that the Bush Administration's obsession with "total security" has driven up the expenses considerably, and caused discontent among the population. The measures include: a 16-kilometer barbed wire fence; airport-like security checks of persons (even children) and luggage for the local population of Heiligendamm, the summit site, and in the surrounding region; and a no-fly zone for the airspace 50 kilometers around the summit site. The scene resembles the "total security zone" which the US insisted on, for Bush's visit to Mainz in February 2005.</p></div></body>