1-2-2021 - The Bilderberg Group is a non-governmental organization founded in 1954 with the publicly-stated goal of preventing a third world war. An annual meeting has been conducted since 1954, with the intent of fostering dialogue between world leaders in politics, business, finance, the news media, and academia. Participation in the meeting is by invitation-only, and typically consists of 120 - 150 individuals. The meetings are private, and participants are not allowed to publicly reveal the names of speakers, or to publicly reveal positions taken by speakers or other participants.
French businessman Henri de Castries. former Chairman and CEO of AXA Financial, is the current Chair of The Bilderberg Group. Participants in the annual meeting vary from year to year, but known past participants include, among many others:
- King Philippe of Belgium
- Queen Sofía of Spain
- Prince Philip of the British Commonwealth
- Prince Charles of the British Commonwealth
- Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands
- Henry Kissinger
- George Soros
- Angela Merkel
- Bill Clinton
- Hillary Clinton
- Sam Nunn
- John Kerry
- Lindsey Graham
- John Edwards
- Dick Gephardt
- Condoleezza Rice
- Tony Blair
- Margaret Thatcher
- Gordon Brown
- David Cameron
- Alexander Haig
- David Petraeus
- H.R. McMaster
- David Rockefeller, Sr.
- Paul Volcker
- Ben Bernanke
- Jeff Bezos (Founder & CEO of Amazon, owns The Washington Post, world's richest man)
- David M. Cote (Chairman and CEO of Honeywell)
- Peter Thiel (co-founder of PayPal)
- Eric Schmidt (Google/Alphabet)
- Bill Gates (current Chairman of Microsoft)
- Satya Nadella (current CEO of Microsoft)
- Chris Hughes (co-founder of Facebook)
- Reid Hoffman (co-founder of LinkedIn)
- Donald E. Graham (former Publisher of The Washington Post, current member of Board of Directors of Facebook, owns seven US television stations)
- Richard Engel (Chief Foreign Correspondent, NBC News)
- Peggy Noonan (Columnist with the Wall Street Journal)
- George Stephanopoulos (Chief Washington Correspondent, ABC News)
- John Micklethwait (Editor-in-Chief, Bloomberg News)
- Zanny Minton Beddoes (Editor-in-Chief, The Economist magazine)
The Bilderberg Group's insistence on secrecy and privacy, combined with the undeniable wealth and power of its members, has lead to many conspiracy theories about the group since its founding. Chief among these accusations is the group's role in creating a one world government. Author Daniel Estulin, who has researched and written several books on The Bilderberg Group, has stated that the group uses "power cliques" and lobbyists in an effort to "manipulate the public" in order "to install a world government that knows no borders and is not accountable to anyone but its own self."
Denis Healey, a Bilderberg group founder and a member of its Steering Committee for 30 years, stated in a 2001 interview with The Guardian newspaper "To say we were striving for a one-world government is exaggerated, but not wholly unfair." In the same interview, Healey went on to say that after two world wars "we felt that a single community throughout the world would be a good thing."
Those of us outside The Bilderberg Group cannot say with certainty the degree to which they are actively pursuing a one-world government. However, it is fair to say that the power, wealth, and influence of its members is staggering.
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