http://news.yahoo.com/alex-jones-believes-bilderberg-attendees-ship-gold-covered-182414136.html Alex Jones Believes Bilderberg Attendees Ship in Gold-Covered Roasted Babies to Eat Last month, police in Thailand arrested a British citizen after six roasted fetal corpses were found in his luggage. The bodies were believed to be between two and seven months old, according to the Guardian. Some were plated in gold leaf, apparently for use in black magic rituals. Image source: Reuters Outside the annual Bilderberg meeting in Virginia on Thursday, Alex Jones of Infowars accused attendees of possessing the same thing â to eat. Video posted online captured Jones shouting into a bullhorn outside the meeting place, claiming Bilderberg members âship in roasted babies wrapped in gold foil for them to eatâ â and making it clear he wasnât kidding. âEvery week they catch them shipping little babies wrapped in gold foil for these guys to eat. They admit thatâs where it goes to, Iâm not making this up,â Jones said. âAlright this is just a person going to pick somebody up, theyâre probably bringing him some child to rape or something in the trunk â no Iâm not kidding, these people are sick. âEvery week they catch them shipping little babies wrapped in gold foil for these guys to eat. They admit thatâs where it goes to, Iâm not making this up. âYou think Iâm talking about babies wrapped in gold foil for them to eat â Iâm not, Iâm not joking about that. âThis officerâs laughing at me â $10,000 they try to ship in roasted babies wrapped in gold foil for them to eat, $10,000 right now. You will lose, you will lose the bet!â The private, three-day meeting is taking place in Chantilly, Va., 25 miles outside the nationâs capital. It has brought together protesters and conspiracy theorists convinced the secretive group runs the world. Officially, Bilderberg is a forum for a âbroad cross-section of leading citizensâ to discuss âtopics of current concern especially in the fields of foreign affairs and the international economy.â The meeting concludes June 3.