Paul Hellyer (former Canadian Defence Minister) mentioned The Bilderberg Group.
Here is a short video on a citizen journalism attempt to uncover the Bilderberg Group meetings…
According to The True Story of the Bilderberg Group by Daniel Estulin:
(They) are annually attended by Presidents of the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, and Federal Reserve; by chairmen of 100 of the most powerful corporations in the world; by Presidents & Vice Presidents of the United States, Directors of the CIA and the FBI, Secretaries General of NATO, American Senators and members of Congress, European & Canadian Prime Ministers, and leaders of opposition parties; and by top editors and CEOs of the leading newspapers in the world.
Also members are the people who control what you watch and read — media barons like David Rockefeller, Conrad Black, Edgar Bronfman, Rupert Murdoch, and Sumner Redstone, CEO of Viacom, an international media conglomerate that touches virtually every major segment of the media industry. They have protected the secrecy of this secret society, and this may be why the name “Bilderberg” is new to you.
It is important to distinguish between active members who assist annually and others who are only invited occasionally. About eighty members are regulars who have attended for many years.
Fringe people, who are invited to report on subjects related to their sphere of influence of professional and academic knowledge, are clueless about the formal structure behind the Bilderberg Group, and remain in absolute ignorance of the Group’s greater goals and universal objectives.
A select few are invited because the Bilderbergers think they may be useful tools in their globalist plan and are later helped to reach very powerful selected positions. One-time invitees who fail to impress, however, are cast aside.
Each country sends a delegation of, typically, three persons: an industry or business leader, a top-level minister or a senator, and an intellectual or chief editor of the leading periodical.
The United States has the most participants because of its size. Smaller countries like Greece and Denmark are afforded, at most, two seats.
The conferences usually consist of a maximum of 130 delegates. Two-thirds of the attendees are from Europe, and the rest come from the United States and Canada. (Mexican globalists belong to a less powerful sister organization, the Trilateral Commission.)
One-third of the delegates are from government and politics, and the remaining two-thirds from industry, finance, education, labor and communications. Most delegates are fluent in English, with French as their second language of choice.
According to a source within the Steering Committee, “the invited guests must come alone; no wives, girlfriends, husbands or boyfriends.
Personal assistants [translation: heavily armed bodyguards, usually ex-CIA and Secret Intelligence Service (SIS a.k.a. MI6)] cannot attend the conference and must eat in a separate hall. Not even David Rockefeller’s personal assistant can join him for lunch.
The guests are explicitly forbidden from giving interviews to journalists.”
To maintain their aura of hermeticism, Bilderbergers book a hotel for the duration of the conference, usually ranging from three to four days, with the whole building being cleared of all other guests by the CIA and local secret service to ensure complete privacy and safety for the delegates.
All drawings of the layout of the hotel are classified, staff is thoroughly vetted, their loyalty questioned, their backgrounds verified, and political affiliations checked. Any suspect ones are removed for the duration. …
The host national government takes care of all the security concerns of the attending guests and their entourage. It also pays the costs of the military protection, the secret service, national and local police presence, as well as all additional private security to protect the intimacy and the privacy of the all-powerful world elite.
The attendees are not required to follow the established rules and regulations of the host country, such as having to go through customs, carrying proper identification, such as passports, which are not required on Bilderberg visits.
When they meet, nobody who is not on the “in” is allowed to come near the hotel.
The elite often bring their own chefs, cooks, waiters, secretaries, telephone operators, busboys, cleaning staff and security personnel.
Bilderberg operates under the Chatham House Rule, which allow those who attend the meetings to use the information they glean but not to disclose who said what.
Source: The True Story of the Bilderberg Group by Daniel Estulin
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