The Bilderberg Group
The group is said to
have first met in 1954 and was comprised of the world's most powerful men. They met in Oostburg, Norway and debated
on world matters and decided they would meet annually in secret. They called themselves the Bilderberg Group with a membership representing a who's who of world
power elites, mostly from America, Canada, and Western Europe.
Whatever its early
mission, the Group is now "a shadow world government....threaten(ing) 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.
"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
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
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.
According to Steering Committee
"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
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
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."
Membership consists of annual attendees (around 80 of the world's
most powerful) and others only invited occasionally because of their knowledge or involvement in relevant
topics. Those most valued are asked back, and some first-timers are chosen for their possible later
usefulness. Many attendees are members of the Council on
Foreign Relations (CFR), the World Bank, Committee of 300, the Tri-Lateral Commission, IMF, and powerful
bankers from the Federal Reserve.
Arkansas governor Bill Clinton, for example, who attended in
1991. "There, David Rockefeller told (him) why the North American Free Trade Agreement....was a Bilderberg
priority and that the group needed him to support it. The next year, Clinton was elected president," and on
January 1, 1994 NAFTA took effect. Numerous other examples are similar, including who gets chosen for powerful
government, military and other key positions.