The Bilderberg Group and Its Leading Citizens

The Bilderberg Group was established in 1954, with its first meeting taking place in Hotel De Bilderberg in Oosterbeek, The Netherlands, from 29 – 31 May, that year. It was, according to the official website of the group, an invitation to representatives from various fields to have informal discussions to help create a better understanding of the complex forces and major trends affecting Western nations, in the difficult post-war period.

The first meeting, the site informs us, was as a result of the concern expressed by leading citizens on both sides of the Atlantic. There is no mention of any consultation with the non-leading commoners. This, perhaps, is one of the early indicators of the rise of the elites whose role it would be to decide how the world needs to be governed, while the mere masses would have to follow the dictates of their eminent superiors.

There were 67 meetings that took place from the founding of the group to 2019, followed by a pandemic break for two years. It resumed, this year, with the 68th Bilderberg Meeting taking place from 2 – 5 June 2022 in Washington, D.C., USA.

The participants in the Bilderberg meetings comprise a select group that include the leaders from the most powerful and influential sections such as politicians, bankers, business executives as well as heads of major security organisations. The meetings are not open to the media, though there are some journalists who are present. But they do not report on these sessions. As the meetings follow the Chatham House Rule, there is no official recording. This means that participants are free to use the information they receive but cannot reveal the identity or affiliation of the speakers, or of any of the other participants.

In The Secretive Bilderberg Group Is a Key to Understanding the Global Power Elite, Stuart J. Hooper writes:

To think of institutions like the Bilderberg Group as inconsequential is to underestimate the role they play in constructing a global ideological consensus among elites that is then brought home and applied to the “nation.” Bilderberg allows elites to interact and acquire a shared education in how to think about the world in globalised terms. While it is an unofficial institution, in the sense that is it not legally constituted, the decisions it makes are subsequently endorsed by official agencies like the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development and national governments….

The Bilderberg Group’s powerful members come from across the world and represent the political, economic, military, technological, and ideological spheres of globalisation. There is absolutely no representation of alternative interests and ideological positions, such as small business, populists, socialists, or nationalists.

In this presentation, actor Amr Waked investigates the Bilderberg Group and examines whether a set of elites is attempting to control the world.

What is the ‘Bilderberg Group’? | Decoded

This comment, in response to the video, expresses the frustrations of those who are aware of the manipulation taking place by the self-appointed aristocrats of the world.

It feels hopeless because we – at least as I have observed in the West – are hopelessly dependent on the “system”. We are excessively dependent on the government, on our employers, on grocery stores, on the power grid. And our system is excessively dependent on the global supply chain, which is simultaneously robust and fragile.

Too much human knowledge has been outsourced to these institutions, and people have forgotten essential survival skills. People must learn to be more self-reliant, provide for our own basic needs, cooperate within the local community to produce food, and manage water and energy. The moment we shift our mentality from faith in the “system” to faith in people, we will be able to free ourselves from this system that we know does not nourish us….

The paradigm is shifting now, people are becoming aware that self-reliance is the path to freedom.

This year’s meeting had 14 points listed as the key topics for discussion. The issues ranged from politics, finance and trade, to health, deglobalisation and disinformation. The topics and the list of participants were provided on the Bilderberg Meetings website.

This video, Bilderberg 2022 The Complete Control of Humanity, provides more information about the background to this group and analyses the key points discussed at the June meeting.

The narrator explains how governments have access to the most qualified and intelligent people from the top universities, but it seems as if they could not foresee serious trends in the economy that result in inflation and recession. All these highly paid, brilliant minds have been unable to gauge and predict the downward spiral of the economy and provide the advice that would have prevented it from taking place. Is that possible? Should they be given the benefit of the doubt? Or are they just following the Agenda 2030 plan, whereby they act in a way that causes the global economy to collapse, and thus usher in the next stage for the Great Reset?

As Stuart J. Hooper rightly states:

Understanding the Bilderberg Group as the center of an elite knowledge network is far more accurate than any simplistic, and often naïve, claim to the contrary; especially from those that would malign it with the catch-all, ignorant label of “conspiracy theory.”…

If we have no say in the role these groups play in the world, which from [NATO’s current Secretary General Jens] Stoltenberg’s own admission is a significant one, then do we really have a democracy?

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2 Responses to The Bilderberg Group and Its Leading Citizens

  1. Shy Ted says:

    Bilderberg is the WEF is the UN is the world’ wealthiest is the left is Western gummints. Only because we don’t know where they live.

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  2. mh says:

    Alex Jones bullhorns a Bilderberg meeting

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