Bilderberg is a secretive group of wealthy and powerful individuals، from North American and European who attend a private، yearly conference to discuss individual nation-state sovereignty with an all-powerful global government، corporate controlled، and checkmated by militarized enforcement.
This group represents elites، as well as new talent and rising stars، from the worlds of politics، business، media، academia، the military and even royalty.
The group takes its name from Hotel de Bilderberg in Oosterbeek، the Netherlands، where it held its inaugural meeting on May 29، 1954، at the behest of Prince Bernhard.
For over half a century، no agenda or discussion topics became public nor is any press coverage allowed. The few invited fourth estate attendees and their bosses are sworn to secrecy.
History of Bilderberg Group:
By the beginning of the 1950s، the American military-industrial complex was converted to service what has been called the Fourth Reich، a group of former Nazis continuing their plans under a guise of negotiation and diplomacy.
A secret space program was apparently developed and later expanded into the solar system. But back here on Earth، a host of clandestine multinational groups، one of which being the Bilderbergers، which expanded their already well-established value adjustment programs of propaganda across the planet.
The first Bilderberg Group, which was established by Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands in 1954.
In recent years، their numbers have featured David Cameron، Tony Blair، Angela Merkel، Bill Clinton، and David Rockefeller. They are "the Bilderbergers،" named for the hotel where their secret gatherings were first hosted Always well represented are top figures from 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.
“Imagine a private club where presidents، prime ministers، international bankers and generals rub shoulders، where gracious royal chaperones ensure everyone gets along، and where the people running the wars، markets، and Europe (and America) say what they never dare say in public.”
Early in its history، Bilderbergers decided “to create an ‘Aristocracy of purpose’ between Europe and the United States (to reach consensus to rule the world on matters of) policy، economics، and (overall) strategy.” NATO was essential for their plans – to ensure “perpetual war (and) nuclear blackmail” to be used as necessary. Then proceed to loot the planet، achieve fabulous wealth and power، and crush all challengers to keep it.
Along with military dominance، controlling the world’s money is crucial for with it comes absolute control as the powerful 19th century Rothschild family understood. As the patriarch Amschel Rothschild once said: “Give me control of a nation’s money and I care not who makes its laws.”
Bilderbergers comprise the world’s most exclusive club. No one buys their way in. Only the Group’s Steering Committee decides whom to invite، and in all cases participants are adherents to One World Order governance run by top power elites.
“The invited guests must come alone; no wives، girlfriends، husbands or boyfriends. Personal assistants (meaning security، bodyguards، CIA or other secret service protectors) cannot attend the conference and must eat in a separate hall. (Also) The guests are explicitly forbidden from giving interviews to journalists” or divulge anything that goes on in meetings.
Host governments provide overall security to keep away outsiders. One-third of attendees are political figures. The others are from industry، finance، academia، labor and communications.
Meeting procedure is by Chatham House Rules letting attendees freely express their views in a relaxed atmosphere knowing nothing said will be quoted or revealed to the public. Meetings “are always frank، but do not always conclude with consensus.”
The Group’s objectives:
The group’s initial aim was to revive transatlantic ties between Europe and North America، as the United States and Canada had prospered as Europe، recovering from World War II and faced with the Soviet Union on its doorstep، had seen a rise in anti-American sentiment.
The Bilderberg Group’s early leaders deemed its meeting necessary to strengthen North American and European ties as Cold War tensions escalated rapidly.
Over the years، the group’s main goal has evolved to promote free market Western capitalism. However، given the powerful nature of attendees and the fact that its secretive annual meetings are held under Chatham House Rules – meaning that participants are free to use any information gleaned to them but are unable to divulge the identity of the person or group who gave it to them – the group has become the subject of many conspiracy theories over the years.
The Group’s grand design is for “a One World Government (World Company) with a single، global marketplace، policed by one world army، and financially regulated by one ‘World (Central) Bank’ using one global currency.” Their “wish list” includes:
— “one international identify (observing) one set of universal values;”
— centralized control of world populations by “mind control;” in other words، controlling world public opinion;
— a New World Order with no middle class، only “rulers and servants (serfs)،” and، of course، no democracy;
— “a zero-growth society” without prosperity or progress، only greater wealth and power for the rulers;
— manufactured crises and perpetual wars;
— absolute control of education to program the public mind and train those chosen for various roles;
— “centralized control of all foreign and domestic policies;” one size fits all globally;
— using the UN as a de facto world government imposing a UN tax on “world citizens;”
— expanding NAFTA and WTO globally;
— making NATO a world military;
— imposing a universal legal system; and
— a global “welfare state where obedient slaves will be rewarded and non-conformists targeted for extermination.”
The Group members
The annual conference is usually attended by roughly 120 to 150 people، with the 2018 meeting included 131 attendees. Just a few of the reported attendees for this year include:
King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands
former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg.
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney
Colorado Governor and possible 2020 U.S. presidential candidate John Hickenlooper.
Businessman and philanthropist Bill Gates
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton
International Monetary Fund director Christine Lagarde.
Bilderberg Group conspiracy theories
The secretive nature of the group and its powerful، elite members from around the world have attracted suspicion for decades and made it a prime target for various conspiracy theorists.
Some have claimed that the group is ultimately trying to establish a New World Order، often claimed to be Marxist or fascist in nature. Radio host Alex Jones has been particularly vocal in his criticism of the Bilderberg Group، branding it as ‘evil،’ ‘ruthless’ and ‘puppeteers above the major parties’ in recent years.
Journalists are not allowed to cover proceedings officially but may be invited in an informal capacity.
Bilderberg justifies the privacy afforded by attendees as enabling them to speak more freely.
The Bilderberg website says: “Thanks to the private nature of the meeting، the participants are not bound by the conventions of their office or by pre-agreed positions.
The first conference took place in Oosterbeek، Netherlands، in May 1954. Rumour has it that Polish politician-in-exile Jozef Retinger was keen to reduce growing anti-Americanism in Europe; he approached Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands، who put the wheels in motion for an informal meeting of international minds.
He contacted Walter Bedell Smith، who at the time was head of the CIA، as well as the then-head of Unilever Paul Rijkens and the former Belgian Prime Minister Paul van Zeeland.
According to the authorised biography of Prince Bernhard، it was decided that two attendees would be invited from each nation: one attendee would represent a conservative point of view and one would represent a liberal one.
Fifty delegates from 11 European countries were part of the conference، as well as 11 people from the US.
Lord Healey of Riddleden، who served as Chancellor to Harold Wilson and James Callaghan، also attended the first Bilderberg meeting and sat on the steering committee for forty years.
In 2013، he told the Telegraph: “Those who weren’t invited were very jealous. Some people described it as a secret Communist organisation. Others said it was a secret American organisation. But it was balls.”
Over the decades، there have been seven chairmen of the steering committee، three of whom have been British. Former Prime Minister Alec Douglas-Home was in charge from 1977 to 1980، Baron Roll of Ipsden Eric Roll was chairman from 1986 to 1989 and former Secretary General of NATO Peter Carrington led the committee from 1990 to 1998.
Acollective elite held the Bilderberg conference in 2018 in Turin، Italy. World leaders and masters of industry gathered from June 7 to 10، with geopolitics and technology dominating the agenda.
Last year، the delegates were concerned with Russia، 'post-truth' and the leadership in the US، with AI and quantum computing also on the schedule.
Bill Clinton and Bill Gates top our list. Clinton attended the conference when he was Governor of Arkansas in 1991 and Gates attended in 2010. Bilderberg meetings are actually rather casually run. They do not have an agenda and they encourage informal discussions about major issues that face the world. No votes or resolutions are made and members are encouraged to listen and gather insights.
The Group heads:
A number of world personalities headed the group، first of whom was:
Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands.
Former British Prime Minister Alec Douglas Home
Walter Scheel ، former Chancellor and the German President
Eric Roll، former Governor of the Bank of England.
Peter Carrington، former Secretary-General of NATO since 1990 to 1998
Etienne Davignon، former Vice-President of the European Commission from 1999 to 2011.
Henry Kissinger، Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger.