Austrian police guarding the elitist Bilderberg meeting in Telfs yesterday stopped a young boy who was playing in the woods and searched him as a potential security threat, angering local residents ahead of scheduled protests.

The incident was reported by the Austrian outlet Tiroler Tageszeitung which quoted a local resident who told reporters “A friend told me that they even have an eleven year old boy who has played in the woods searched.”

“This is a real police state.” the local added.

InfoWars reporters currently in Telfs spoke with several locals who confirmed the story and expressed shock and disgust. The 11-year-old boy was searched for guns before being escorted away from the no-go zone.

Indeed, the general consensus among locals who are aware of the Bilderberg presence is one of annoyance and extreme displeasure that their tax money is going toward paying for the security operation.

There are over 2000 police surrounding the Interalpen Hotel, while just a handful of protesters and alternative media reporters are present at the site.

Multiple checkpoints are manned by police, some even with armored vehicles, while helicopters containing COBRA special anti-terrorism forces armed with machine guns are conducting routine patrols of the area.

In an incident reported by local media yesterday, a COBRA officer accidentally fired an assault rifle at a police helicopter. luckily no one was injured.

Local restaurant and cafe owners have also noted that business has been very slow due to the fact that customers do not want to be surrounded by hordes of police watching their every move.

InfoWars reporters have been constantly followed and harassed by paranoid police despite making themselves visible and known at all times.

The mayor of the town, Christian Härting, attempted to put a positive spin on the situation by saying that all the hotels were full because of Bilderberg. The report notes, however, that the rooms are simply full of police officers staying for the weekend.

Tiroler Tageszeitung also reports that many locals who were previously unaware of the Bilderberg meeting are now going to take part in the protests against it on Saturday.

While the Bilderberg group claims it is welcoming public attention, the vast security overkill surrounding the meeting betrays a completely different story.


Steve Watson is a London based writer and editor for Alex Jones’, and He has a Masters Degree in International Relations from the School of Politics at The University of Nottingham, and a Bachelor Of Arts Degree in Literature and Creative Writing from Nottingham Trent University.

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