The Bilderberg Club
Like all dreamers, confused disenchantment with truth. Jean Paul Sartre this Club has been described by many as the most powerful group in the world. As faseini.blogspot.com points out, a simple look at the (unofficial) list of attendees that usually attend its annual meetings reflects clearly the enormous influence that concentrates this select club at the political level (Kings, Presidents, Ministers and Secretaries of State), economic (the heads of the IMF, World Bank, central banks, financial institutions and large companies) and media (newspaper managers and editors). Wikipedia adds us, that due to the private discussions and informal way, is the subject of numerous conspiracy theories. The Group meets once a year in complexes of five stars from Europe and North America, where the press has no access of any kind.
It has an Office in Leiden, Netherlands. Some of the participants at these meetings, in particular those belonging to the U.S. Government, at the time of its assistance would be It alleges – to commit an illegality, owing to that certain laws of the United States.UU. they would not maintain this type of secret meetings with entrepreneurs, military or members of the power of other countries without the competent authorities are warned of this. The ‘Bilderberg’ title comes from which is generally recognized as the site of their first official meeting in 1954: the Hotel de Bilderberg in Oosterbeek, near Arnhem, in the Netherlands. Although the Conference is not officially observed as a club of any kind, many members are regular attendees and guests are often seen as belonging to a reserved Bilderberg Group. We are reminded, the original Bilderberg Conference took place at the Hotel Bilderberg, near Arnhem, on 29 and 30 May 1954. The meeting was initiated by the Polish Jewish emigre and political adviser Joseph Retinger. Concerned about the growth of anti-Americanism in Western Europe for the Marshall Plan proposed by the Government measures American, proposed an International Conference at which leaders from opinion of European countries and the United States would be meeting with the aim of promoting understanding among many cultures.