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Transcript of Bilderberg
GROUP The world's most exclusive club!
No way to buy your way in!
Bilderberg Hotel - Holland, May 1954
Western Europe and North America are not working close enough on common problems
Promote Atlantism Create a better understanding of complex forces
Major trends affecting Western nations in post-war period Nhat Linh Nguyen
Vu Lan Vy Nguyen
Raïssa Sawane THE MEETINGS THE BILDERBERG GROUP Every year since 1954, Bilderbergers: Political Leaders Economical Leaders Financial Leaders Personalitities from secret services Scientists Global business titans MEET 4 days in Spring Castles or Luxurious hotels Country side golf courses 100s of police and soldiers 1 unofficial conference Off-the-record discussions 120 participants Different viewpoints expressed Mutual understanding enhanced Participants are adherents to One World Order governance run by top power elites Partcipants: World's Rich and Powerful Participants Experience Contribution Knowledge Standing UNIQUE Character of meetings: INFORMAL: off-the-record discussions about topics
1 COMMON FEELING
PRIVATE: speak their minds openly and freely
1 UNIQUE ACTIVITY: annual conference
No resolutions + No votes + No policy statements issued Promotion of international security Ecological challenges Investment Jobs Monetary Policy Trade POSSIBLE TOPICS? INITIATORS Jozef Retinger: concerned about the growth of anti-Americanism in Western europe Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands : agreed to promote the idea with Paul Van Zeeland
Former Belgian Prime Minister Paul Rijkens
Head of Unilever Bernhard contacted Walter Bedell Smith
Head of CIA Charles Douglas Jackson
Eisenhower's adviser to deal with the suggestion 80% of participants meetings.
No knowledge of the real goals and strategies of the organization. OUTER CIRCLE 35 members.
Only Europe and America.
Knowledge of 90% of the objectives and strategies of the group.
U.S members also members of the Counsel on Foreign Relations
Decide on who who is allowed to enter STEERING COMMITTEE 10 members
Full knowledge of the goals and strategies BILDERBERG ADVISORY
COMMITTEE STEERING COMMITTEE RULES The invited guests must come alone Personal assistants cannot attend the conference and must eat in a separate room The guests are explicitly forbidden from giving interviews to journalists or divulge anything that goes on in meetings Host government provides overall security to keep away outsiders Meeting procedure is by
Letting attendees freely express their views in a relaxed atmosphere
Nothing said will be quoted or revealed to the public
Meetings "are always frank, but do not always conclude with consensus" GOVERNANCE The Steering Committee Chairman
Henri de Castries
Chairman, CEO AXA GROUP The Executive Secretary reports to designates 4 MEMBERSHIP RE-ELECTION The expenses covered wholly by private subscription.
The hospitality costs of the annual meeting: the responsibility of the Steering Committee member(s) of the host country. FUNDING Arkansas governor Bill Clinton: 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. THREATENING ACTIONS? Daniel Estulin: the Bilderbergs are out to get you Watson, P. J. (n.d.). The Bilderberg Group - Planning on a New World Order . Retrieved from Propaganda Matrix: http://www.propagandamatrix.com/watsonrptbilderberg1.html
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Estulin, D. (2006). The Bilderberg Club: a secret society of the richest and most influential people conspiring to achieve a world government. Retrieved from Michael Journal: http://michaeljournal.org/bilder.htm
Estulin, D. (n.d.). The True Story of the Bilderberg Group. Retrieved from http://bilderbergbook.com
Lendman, S. (2009). A Review of Daniel Estulin's book. Global Research.The Bilderberg Group. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.bilderbergmeetings.org BIBLIOGRAPHY Main objective is creating a world government ruled by an elite group of people whose main objective is to control the natural resources of the planet One set of universal values;
Centralized control of world populations by "mind control";
A New World Order with no middle class, only "rulers and servants ,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;
A global “welfare state where obedient slaves will be rewarded and non-conformists targeted for extermination.” THE WISH LIST CFR
The Cabinet Control For the past 80 years, “Virtually every key US National Security and Foreign Policy Advisor has been a CFR member. Many presidential candidates Numerous CIA directors Many Treasury Secretaries Since 1940, every Secretary of State David Rockefeller American banker
Patriarch of the Rockefeller family
Net wealth : 2.5 billions $
Founder of the Trilateral Commission
Member of Advisory Committee (June 12, 1915 - ) Henry Kissinger (May 27, 1923 - ) German-born American writer, political scientist, diplomat, and businessman
56th United States Secretary of State
Winner of the Nobel Peace Prize - 1973
Accused as war criminal (Chile,Vietnam)
Attended 12 Bilderberg's Conference Nearly all top generals and admirals Stock market fluctuations The initiation of an economic crisis or a phase of growth Major political alternations in the « democracies » social policy and the management of the world’s population Beginining of a war Determine the decision of subordinate institutions such as G8 or the state governments. MYTH OR TRUTH ? Strategic decisions by the Bilderberg Group may affect: Palestinian refugee camps are set up overseen by the UN Relief and Works Agency. They are given a budget of just $27 per person.
The postwar baby boom dramatically increases birthrates in North America, Europe, Australia and Asia. North Korea invades South Korea.
The Soviet Union is boycotting proceedings. The Korean "Conflict" begins with U.S. General Douglas MacArthur as commander of U.N. troops. Nationalist China leader Chiang Kai-shek establishes an anticommunist government on the island of Taiwan (Formosa) after being defeated on the mainland.
The Soviet Union begins putting nuclear missiles on submarines. U.S. Senator Joseph McCarthy of Wisconsin tells President Truman that the State Department is infiltrated with communists and communist sympathizers.
Former U.S. State Department official Hiss is convicted of perjury Israel's new "Law of Return" grants automatic citizenship to any immigrant Jews from around the world.
The Arab League institutes an economic boycott of Israel. Historical context 1950 1951 The 22nd Amendment to the U.S. Constitution is passed, limiting the president to a maximum of two terms in office.
Electric power is produced from the first atomic power reactor . The U.S. tests nuclear weapons in Nevada and the South Pacific throughout the 50s.
Julius and Ethel Rosenberg are sentenced to death for espionage against the U.S. for selling classified information about the atomic bomb to the Russians. 1952 Israel and Germany agree on restitution for damages done to Jews by the Nazis before and during World War II. Dwight D. Eisenhower is elected president of the United States, the first Republican president in 20 years.
Richard Nixon is his Vice-President. King George VI of England dies, succeeded by his young daughter, Queen Elizabeth II. Japan regains official independence
Japan and the U.S. put into effect a security treaty that makes these former enemies into allies. 1953 The Korean War ends
An armistice is signed and the boundary between North and South Korea is drawn at the 38th parallel.
Nikita Khrushchev is appointed First Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party after Joseph Stalin dies.
The Soviet Union detonates its first hydrogen bomb Cambodia gains independence from France.
Next door, the French fight to hold onto Vietnam.
The Shah of Iran is returned to power in a coup that is supported by the U.S. and Great Britain.
The former prime minister, Mohammed Mossadegh, had taken over western-owned oil companies and was becoming a Soviet ally. U.S. President Eisenhower formulates the domino theory
The Brown v. Board of Education: "separate but equal" school systems are unconstitutional. A rebellion against French colonial rule begins in Algeria.
Vietnamese communists take Dien Bien Phu and occupy Hanoi, forcing a complete French withdrawal from Indochina. In July, at a conference in Geneva, the country is divided into North and South Vietnam. The U.S. enters into the SEATO Treaty
The U.S. launches the first nuclear powered submarine, the Nautilus. 1954 CHATMAN HOUSE RULES