The world’s most powerful politicians and wealthiest CEOs are currently attending the mysterious Bilderberg group meeting at The Grove Hotel in Herforshire, UK. But this time, the public is watching their every move. This time, the secret is out.
By Anthony Gucciardi
June 7, 2013
Over the past several decades, members of what’s known as the Bilderberg group have met in secret — far outside the prying eyes of of the media limelight. For years, high ranking political officials like Bilderberg regular Henry Kissinger have met with queens and business tycoons behind closed doors in meetings that violate the Logan Act. That is until investigative journalists like Jim Tucker decided to document the event and discover what the elite attendees had been discussing inside.
Jim Tucker discovered that these individuals were planning world changing events behind the closed doors of the meetings, thanks to his sources that managed to relay information to him regarding the conference. Sadly, Jim Tucker has since passed away, but Jim and others like Alex Jones have paved the way for a wider level of coverage than ever. Now, the news coverage surrounding the Bilderberg group is so tight that some Bilderberg members are slated to ‘defend’ the meetings publicly — meeting that were denied by the mainstream media for years (some truly laughable media talking heads still do).
The Secret Is Out
Publications like Asia Times have covered the Bilderberg group, calling the attendees ‘The Masters of the Univserse’. WikiLeaks also brought attention to Bilderberg, posting the count of military, business, and political attendants at around 130. This year, The Telegraph actually published the ‘open’ list of attendees. And by open I mean the public list, as there are high profile attendees who are shuffled through the back via helicopter landings and so on. Interestingly, the article actually spins it into some royal get together, but it’s at least a major change in the flow of information for a publication like The Telegraph to be posting a Bilderberg attendee list.
At the end of the day, it will only open more curious readers to investigate further.
In a similar but more hard hitting report, The Guardian reported just yesterday on the Bilderberg meeting with the excellent title “Bilderberg 2013: welcome to 1984.” Detailing the massive wall that has gone up around the event to keep peaceful protesters and onlookers out, the report brought to light the total secrecy of the meeting. All in all, the reporting on Bilderberg is more on track than ever. In fact, members of the conference are likely extremely concerned. It reminds me of the David Rockefeller (a Bilderberg attendee as well) quote that details the Bilderberg blackout over the past several decades quite nicely:
“We are grateful to the Washington Post, the New York Times, Time magazine and other great publications whose directors have attended our meetings and respected the promises of discretion for almost forty years. It would have been impossible for us to develop our plan for the world if we had been subject to the bright lights of publicity during those years.” – David Rockefeller in a June 1991 address as reported by a French publication.