Bilderberg Group to Meet in Sierra City in 2016/About the Nevada County Scooper
Nevada County Scooper – By Fink – Re-printed from Jan 27, 2016 on Mar 04, 2016
Sierra City, CA — The annual private meeting of North American and European elites known as the Bilderberg Group announced this week that they will be holding their annual conference at Herrington’s Sierra Pines Resort in May of 2016. According to chairman Henri de Castries, the site was chosen due to its remote location and convenient helicopter landing area directly across from the resort.
“It makes, um, perfect sense to hold our annual meeting in Sierra City,” said Mr. Castries in broken English in a Scooper telephone interview. “It is the perfect place with trees and beautiful mountains. it’s also far away enough to confuse Alex Jones. And it’s also the final resting place of Adolf Hitler.”
The Bilderberg Group, Bilderberg conference, Bilderberg meetings, or Bilderberg Club is an annual private conference of 120 to 150 people of the European and North American political elite, experts from industry, finance, academia, and the media, established in 1954. According to some, the Bilderberg Group is the leadership committee for the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), IMF, World Bank, Trilateral Commission, EU, and powerful central bankers from the Federal Reserve, the ECB’s Jean-Claude Trichet, and Bank of England’s Mervyn King. To name a few.
The Scooper reached out to local Bilderberg expert Skyy Wolford for his insights on the infamous and secretive group.
“Whatever its early mission,” said Mr. Wolford who visited the Scooper offices earlier this week, “the Bilderberg Group is now a shadow world government threatening to take away our right to direct our own destinies by creating a disturbing reality very much harming the public’s welfare. In short, Bilderbergers want to supplant individual nation-state sovereignty with an all-powerful global government, corporate controlled, and check-mated by militarized enforcement.”
According to the management at Herrington’s, they have no knowledge about the upcoming meeting. When pressed, they told us they had no comment, but also said that, “we should know, because that Lou guy was invited.”
“Look, we’re not going to talk about it,” said a spokesperson for the famous mountain resort. “If you need more information on it, talk to Lou LaPlante.”
As it turns out, Nevada County Scooper President Lou LaPlante has been invited to attend the 2016 Bilderberg Group Meeting.
Louis “Lou” Laplante, President of the Nevada County Scooper
“I can’t talk much about the invite,” said Mr. LaPlante in an email. “But suffice to say, Bill Gates is a huge Scooper fan and personally invited me. You can only get in by invite. Or in the case of Alex Jones, you can force yourself in with a bullhorn, but that behavior normally doesn’t get you to the good seats, if you know what I mean. ‘Nuff said.”
According to people in the Scooper’s extended “infowars” network, conspiracy theorist par excellence Alex Jones has made no announcement about whether he plans on protesting the event. The Scooper plans on covering the 3 day event…
About the Nevada County Scooper
The Nevada County Scooper was founded in 1914 by Fred Bloomfield III, esq. and his wife Vinalla A. Bloomfield.
Throughout its 92 year history the Scooper, as it is affectionately called by locals, has striven to provide its citizens with the most up to date and hard-hitting journalism ever witnessed by mankind.
As the recipient of many awards, the Scooper recently ran out of wall space in its Penn Valley office after receiving a Gold Record from long time supporter and Nevada County Scooper reader, fan and supporter Alice Cooper.
In its early days the Nevada County Scooper was published from downtown Grass Valley and was the chief competitor to another, to be unnamed, local newspaper. During this time, the Scooper did not own a printing press, nor did they have the courage to borrow one. And frankly they didn’t have the funds either. So the Scooper relied solely on shouting at people on the street to circulate the news. Later in the 1930s, the Scooper expanded its shouting service to Nevada City, often paying vagrants to assault citizens with news. Mr. Bloomfield was a firm believer in enlightened self-interest and believed that he was serving both the community and the paper’s interests. Also, he really liked to yell.
In 1949, after 17 long years of World War II, the Scooper finally purchased a printing press. However due to the untimely death of Mr. Bloomfield’s wife in a bizarre gardening accident, he decided to sell his holdings in the newspaper to the Hearst Corporation for an undisclosed sum. The monies from this transaction were used for various failed housing developments around Nevada County including the infamous “retirement homes over Wolf Creek” project. The few homes that were built, fell into the creek after the record snow melt of 1951.
Following the abrupt departure of Scooper Publisher Charles Foster Kane in 1952, “the Great Savior” who is also known as David Covino took the Scooper’s helm and turned the struggling paper around into a profitable enterprise. Mr. Covino stayed in charge until 1989 when a trust fund alcoholic named Harold F. Buck took over and nearly destroyed the Scooper with reckless spending, all-night parties and lots of company-purchased booze. He managed to stay the publisher until 2011, when he was found blacked-out at Greenhorn creek.
After over 94 years in the news business, the a holding company sold the Scooper and its assets to former Fresno State math genius Randall “Fink” Finkelstein. Fink immediately set out to build a world-class local newspaper, as he put it, “for the rest of us in Nevada County…and maybe Sierra County if I can ever get up there.” His goal of bringing worldly worldliness and his insightful blog commentary to Nevada County is first and foremost. Unless there’s money to be made in Sierra City. Then he will include them as well.
Louis “Lou” LaPlante brings Louisiana Swamp Smarts to the Scooper’s Management team. His direct and strict style provides editorial leadership in uncertain times. Lou provides editorial veto power, and is a guiding force in the Scooper’s success. He was instrumental in assembling the modern Scooper team and keeping us from spending all the profits on booze.
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