The Bilderberg Group is a common household name for conspiracy theorists. The belief is that this group is comprised of well connected Illuminati types. That is probably because the official description that of an annual meeting for the highest ranking members of government, politics, and industry (e.g. energy, technology, etc.). The reason they meet in secret is so they can share ideas on future trends and do so without fear of reprisal from the media. This brings up two ideas; one is the theory that they are actually establishing policies for the New World Order direction they want to move the world into. The other is a devil’s advocate position (supporting skeptics of conspiracy theories) and that is: why would they need to do that if they truly controlled the media?…
Anyhow, this year’s event took place in Copenhagen, Denmark and conspiracies were flying. In defense of theorists; it is because the mainstream media isn’t covering this. Perhaps that answers our question above. The media seems to just lay down and play along with giving these people their space when in all reality journalism should be covering it.
RT posted a supposed leaked agenda that included:
1. Nuclear diplomacy and the deal with Iran currently in the making.
The club has long been cautious of a possible alliance between Russia, China and Iran. The deal that would lift Western pressure from the Islamic Republic over its nuclear program would affect this possibility.
2. Gas deal between Russia and China.
It came amid a serious political crisis in Ukraine, which threatens Russia’s supply of natural gas to European nations. Moscow has diversified its gas trade by sealing a long-term contract with Beijing. Potentially, China may replace the EU as the prime energy trade partner for Russia, a situation which strengthens Moscow’s position in Ukraine by undermining Washington’s effort to isolate Russia and Kiev’s leverage through its control of transit gas pipelines.
3. Rise of nationalist moods in Europe.
The agenda was formed before the latest European Parliament elections, which cast a spotlight on the trend. Populist eurosceptic parties are winning the hearts of Europeans from the UK to Greece to Hungary, dealing a blow to the union’s unity. A nationally driven and divided Europe would be reluctant to take globalization for granted.
It continues on to detail more talking points:
4. EU internet privacy regulations.
5. Cyberwarfare and its potential effect on internet freedoms.
6. From Ukraine to Syria, Barack Obama’s foreign policy.
7. Climate change.
Alex Jones’ Infowars has been all over Bilderberg 2014, including their version of the alleged leaked agenda:
As previously mentioned, the 1955 Bilderberg meeting in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, West Germany focused on the creation of the European Union and a single European currency, both of which occurred in the early 1990s after decades of gradual implementation.
In 1991, the then governor of Arkansas, who was relatively unknown at the time, was invited to attend the Bilderberg meeting in Baden-Baden, Germany. Just over one year later the governor, William Jefferson Clinton, became the President of the United States.
The former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Tony Blair, likewise came to power as the UK’s Leader of the Opposition one year after attending a Bilderberg meeting in 1993.
Now we see that the current Democratic mayor of Atlanta, Kasim Reed, was invited for this year’s Bilderberg conference in Copenhagen.
“He’s seen as one of the few legitimate Democratic candidates for higher office in Georgia,” a Republican strategist told Roll Call in 2012, adding that he will be a formidable adversary to the GOP.
It would appear that Bilderberg is grooming him for just that.
Most theorists that are covering this (including Mark Dice and journalist Luke Rudkowski from WeAreChange) claim the MSM isn’t covering it; which is mostly true. However, The Guardian has a pretty good post about it and in it they detail who is there and some other interesting info. They detail how the British Chancellor of the Exchequer and Second Lord of the Treasury. Here’s TheGuardian:
Osborne rolled up to the hotel with John Micklethwait, the editor-in-chief of the Economist and board member of the Economist Group. This year, in all, there are three members of the Economist board at Bilderberg: Micklethwait, John Elkann (the billionaire Agnelli heir) and Eric Schmidt (the executive chairman of Google).
During his stay in Copenhagen, Osborne will also have the chance to hammer out economic policy with three senior members of Goldman Sachs, three board members of Shell Oil, and two people whose nickname is “the Prince of Darkness” – Richard Perle and Peter Mandelson.
Wait, rewind a bit… Did you see that there are not one, but two people nicknamed “the Prince of Darkness?” Seems a bit odd. Here’s Wiki explaining the origin of these nicknames:
At some point (usually said to be during his time in the Reagan Administration) Perle acquired the nickname “The Prince of Darkness”, which has been used both as a slur by his critics and as a joke by supporters. (Time, 23 March 1987, “Farewell Dark Prince”) However, he has been quoted saying that; “I really resent being depicted as some sort of dark mystic or some demonic power…. All I can do is sit down and talk to someone….” (The New York Times, 4 December 1977, Jackson Aide Stirs Criticism in Arms Debate, Richard L. Madden)
And the other one:
Mandelson was able to secure close friendships within the Labour Party because of uncle Alexander Butler, who had worked alongside many important Labour politicians during the 1960s. In this role he was one of the first people in Britain to whom the term “spin doctor” was applied; he was thus called ‘the Prince of Darkness’ and, after his ennoblement, ‘the Dark Lord’, nicknames he apparently enjoys having.
So not only do they have these nicknames, but they enjoy them. By the way, if that name ‘Richard Perle’ sounds familiar it’s because he was in the Project for the New American Century group that was notorious for predicting and supposedly planning the NWO movement of Middle Eastern wars. Here’s an excerpt from my original post about this sketchy group:
Another key member, Richard Perle, pushed for regime change in ’96 with a report titled “A Clean Break: A New Strategy for Securing the Realm.” Clean Break was prepared for then Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu, with a focus on approaching the Middle East’s problems with Western values. He proposed that Israel “contain, destabilize, and roll-back” threatening entities. He campaigned to secure the Northern Border, which suggests to contain Syria because they “challenge Israel on Lebanese soil”. Israel will create its environment by weakening Syria, which includes removing Saddam Hussein from power. It suggests that Saddam is supportive of Syria’s “regional ambitions.”
That same Guardian article goes on to detail who all is at this thing. Many of them run organizations that have NWO-y sounding titles. Take a look and tell me they aren’t trying to shape the direction of the world:
Billionaire Berggruen runs the Institute on Good Governance, a think tank aimed at promoting “globalization 2.0”, which sounds like a sequel so terrible that Nicholas Berggruen will probably find himself being played by Adam Sandler.
One of the main projects of The Institute for Good Governance is the ’21st Century Council’, which features three of this year’s Bilderbergers: the ubiquitous Eric Schmidt, Reid Hoffman of LinkedIn, and the publisher Juan Luis Cebrián.
It goes on to list some connections between Facebook and the CIA:
Perhaps Balls will be persuaded by some of his fellow conference goers to join them on their daily jogs. Here’s Facebook board member Peter Thiel, setting off for trot along the waterfront.
You’ve never seen anyone take his jogging more seriously than Thiel. The frown doesn’t leave his face for a second. In fact, his face has been locked in a granite frown since he arrived at the hotel.
Someone should warn him he’s going to get crow’s feet. Or maybe he thinks that by the time he’s due for wrinkles he’ll already have melded with AI and be sharing a kind of ageless cyberternity with Eric Schmidt.
Here’s Schmidt himself, enjoying a cosy patio chat during the lunch break with his fellow tech-head Alex Karp, CEO of Palantir Technologies, the data analysis and surveillance software company (which was co-funded by Thiel and the CIA).
If you thought things weren’t sketchy already, somehow they got footage of this strange group of men in an embrace for a photo:
Although the notion of displays of homo-eroticism may seem unbelievable on the surface given Bilderberg’s serious nature, Bohemian Grove, another secretive event at which many of the same individuals are present, is renowned for similar displays of homosexual frivolity.
In 2004, leaked audiotape emerged of former U.S. President Richard Nixon discussing what took place at the Bohemian Grove retreat, an annual summer camp in California attended by global power brokers.
“The Bohemian Grove, which I attend from time to time . . . It is the most faggy goddamned thing you could ever imagine with that San Francisco crowd. I can’t shake hands with anybody from San Francisco,” said Nixon.
As a little off-the-topic fun fact; the first US-held Bilderberg was on St. Simons Island off the coast of Georgia. Another one of the famed islands off the coast of Georgia is Jekyll Island which is where the Federal Reserve was setup in secret meetings as well. You can read about this in the first comic book from the TimeSamplers series: Escape from Jekyll Island:
For more details on the now-complete Bilderberg 2014 gathering I’d suggest getting Alex Jones’ Infowars‘ devoted webpage feed.