Reprinted with permission from TheNewAmerican.com.
From a distance the gathering of some 130 wealthy and influential people in Montreux, Switzerland, starting tomorrow looks benign enough. The website of the Bilderberg Group says it’s just “an annual forum for informal discussions, designed to foster dialogue between Europe and North America.… It’s a forum for informal discussions about major issues.… There is no detailed agenda, no resolutions are proposed, no votes are taken, and no policy statements are issued.”
The group even posts its agenda items, which include “informal discussions” about Brexit, climate “change,” and the future of capitalism. All designed to put any seeker of the truth to sleep.
But a closer look reveals a much darker, more insidious and more dangerous agenda. First, the meetings operate under Chatham House rules, the first clue linking the group to the international deep state seeking to impose world government on unsuspecting citizenry. Chatham House, located in London, houses the Royal Institute of International Affairs (RIIA), a deep state organization founded at about the same time as its sister, the Council of Foreign Relations (CFR), in the United States. Those rules allow a participant to attend the meetings, but he or she may not reveal the identity or the affiliation of the speaker or any other participant.
A second clue is the list of those confirmed to be attending. Thirty-one are from the United States, including Jared Cohen (CEO of Jigsaw, an affiliate of Google that is dedicated to using its technology to “counter extremism”) and Mary Kay Henry, international president of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU). There’s Henry Kissinger, the former secretary of state under Presidents Nixon and Ford, and nonagenarian who just turned 96 on Monday. There’s Jared Kushner, senior advisor to President Trump. There’s David Petraeus, the retired Army general who served as director of the CIA under President Obama. There’s Eric Schmidt, former chairman of Google and now serving as a technical advisor to Alphabet, Google’s holding company. There’s Darren Walker, president of the Ford Foundation.
In all there are 31 attendees from the United States. And 16 of them are members of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR).
The ultra-secretive meeting will take place from Thursday to Sunday in Montreux, Switzerland. Founded in 1954, the notorious meeting is ostensibly aimed at improving relations between the US and Europe, though the event has long been shrouded in mystery and conspiracy theories as attendees are forbidden from disclosing what was discussed.
The 2019 edition of the exclusive Bilderberg Meeting will take place at the Hotel Montreux Palace in the Swiss town of Montreux from Thursday to Sunday.
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