June 4, 2014

2014 Bilderberg Conference recap

June 4, 2014. Copenhagen, Denmark. The powerful oligarchs of the world’s shadow government met this weekend for their annual conference. The Bilderberg Conference, or the Bilderberg Group, is a secret global organization that includes national leaders, media owners, corporate CEO’s and self-made billionaires. These are the men and women who rule the world. So, what was on their agenda when they met in Copenhagen this week?

The 2014 secret gathering of the Bilderberg Conference concluded this weekend in Copenhagen.

The Bilderberg website describes the organization saying, ‘Founded in 1954, Bilderberg is an annual conference designed to foster dialogue between Europe and North America. Every year, between 120-150 political leaders and experts from industry, finance, academia and the media are invited to take part in the conference. About two thirds of the participants come from Europe and the rest from North America; one third from politics and government and the rest from other fields. The conference is a forum for informal discussions about megatrends and major issues facing the world.’



2014 Bilderberg Conference

A report from The Guardian, who had reporters and photographers outside the Marriott Hotel hosting the Bilderbergs in Copenhagen, took aim at the man they suspect as being one of, if not thee, current leaders of secret society - British corporate-government oligarch Sir John Kerr.

Kerr is the Vice Chair of Scottish Power and a Board member of Rio Tinto. But before that, he was the Deputy Chair of Shell Oil, UK Ambassador to the US, Ambassador to the EU, head of the UK’s civil service, an original architect of the European Union, and in charge of the body that drafted the EU’s Constitution. The Guardian says, ‘Half diplomat, half corporate creature, Sir John is the ultimate behind-the-scenes powerbroker - a barely visible fixer, in whom the public and private spheres are perfectly melded. He’s Bilderberg incarnate.’

The report also describes the scene as captured by their paper’s photographer outside on the terrace of the hotel. Sir John Kerr was reportedly lecturing George Osborne, a 13-year member of British Parliament and the second Lord of the Treasury. Another part of the sun-drenched terrace revealed, ‘the Swedish foreign affairs Minister, Carl Bildt was being given some international advice by a member of the international advisory board of Goldman Sachs, Professor Victor Halberstadt.’

A few feet away from them were other informal meetings of global proportion. The article reads, ‘At another table, the head of the IMF, Christine Legarde, was discussing fiscal policy with the economist Kevin Warsh, who’s on the Board of logistics giant UPS.’ It goes on to detail the third member of their private conversation, ‘Paul Achleitner, the chairman of Deutsche Bank and board member of Bayer Pharmaceuticals. He’s at Bilderberg to make sure that whatever Lagarde does at the IMF, it’s for the best. The best for Deutsche Bank and Bayer pharmaceuticals.’

Official agenda

Each year, the Bilderberg Conference discusses a list of prearranged global topics. The subjects, typically worldwide problems of today or Bilderberg projects for tomorrow, are never released beforehand. But they are always leaked at some point during the meeting. This year is no different. RT News obtained the official itinerary for the meeting, with the following subjects scheduled for discussion:

  • Nuclear diplomacy and the deal with Iran currently in the making
  • Gas deal between Russia and China
  • Rise of nationalist moods in Europe
  • EU internet privacy regulations
  • Cyberwarfare and its potential effect on internet freedoms
  • From Ukraine to Syria, Barack Obama’s foreign policy
  • Climate change
  • The new architecture of the Middle East
  • Ukraine
  • The future of democracy and the middle class trap


Infowars on the scene

Another independent news outlet that has been on the frontline exposing the secretive Bilderberg Group for decades has been Alex Jones and Inforwars. This year was no different, as the outlet was the first to announce where and when the 2014 meeting would take place. And like other years, the Infowars news team circled the perimeter of the Marriott Hotel, taking pictures, videos and logging participant names. Reporter Josh Owens was even taken into Copenhagen Police custody after Bilderberg members complained about him taking their pictures from outside the security perimeter.

The reporters captured images of Google CEO Eric Schmidt meeting with Australian James Wolfensohn, the former President of the World Bank and Étienne Davignon, powerful Belgian government leader and former Vice President of the European Commission.  Also captured rubbing elbows with the most powerful men and women on Earth were Paypal founder Peter Thiel, US General David Petraeus, Swedish Deputy Director General Jessica Olausson, and Coca-Cola’s Evan Greenberg, among others.

While the majority of the world’s population is still convinced the Bilderberg Group doesn’t exist, thanks to the decades-long misinformation campaign waged by the media members of Bilderberg themselves, one powerful organizer of the group finally admitted publicly to the existence and motives of the secret society - David Rockefeller. The grandfather of the New World Order himself couldn’t help but gloat from his personal memoirs after his death:

“Some even believe we are part of a secret cabal working against the best interests of the United States, characterizing my family and me as internationalists and of conspiring with others around the world to build a more integrated global political and economic structure - one world, if you will. If that is the charge, I stand guilty, and I am proud of it.” - David Rockefeller, “Memoirs”.

For a full list of participating members of the 2014 Bilderberg Conference, visit VigilantCitizen.com.

 

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