June 2010




Arranged by publishing dates on the Web

  1. Bilderberg 2010 Agenda Leaked

  2. Bilderberg 2010 - by Charlie Skelton

  3. Bilderberg 2010 - Between The Sword and The Wall

  4. Bilderberg and Other Secretive Groups Intend to Plunge Americans Into One World Socialism

  5. Bilderberg 2010 - Final List of Participants

  6. Bilderberg - Global Cabal Pushes Agenda Before Meeting in Sitges, Spain

  7. Bilderberg 2010 - Help Us Identify The Delegates

  8. Bilderberg 2010 - Who Are The delegates?



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Bilderberg 2010 Agenda Leaked
by Eyes For You

May 28, 2010

from BeforeItsNews Website

According to the documents - which Daniel Estulin obtained from his sources inside the secretive group - issues to be discussed in this year's formal deliberations are:

  1. Will the Euro Survive?

  2. Development in Europe: Europe's Exit Strategy...On Hold?

  3. Do We Have Institutions to Deal With the World Economy?

  4. Greece: Lessons and Forward-looking Strategies

  5. NATO and Afghanistan: The Practical Agenda for the Alliance

  6. Iran and Russia: Economic and Financial Threats to the Alliance

  7. The Consequences of War Against Terrorism

  8. The Influence of Domestic Issues on American Foreign Policy

  9. The Outlook for Japan's Economy

  10. The Future of the U.S. Dollar: Alternative Scenarios

That the Bilderbergers - essentially a talking shop for European and North American power players - are interested in discussing the current meltdown of the European economy (below audio) should come as no surprise, especially as the group's attendee list includes many of the key financiers and string pullers who helped steer Europe into the crisis in the first place.



Past attendees of the meeting include current EU President Herman von Rompuy who got the job as the first non-elected head of the undemocratic European Union after a special wine and dine session with Bilderberg steering committee members.


Last year he heralded the beginning of global government, praising the increased role of G20 in dealing with the global financial crisis. Other key Bilderbergers include Jean-Claude Trichet, who, as head of the European Central Bank, was instrumental in helping to craft the current European bailout which itself is designed to incentivize the bankruptcy of Europe.


Trichet, too, also recently called for global government to regulate the world economic meltdown that his fellow Bilderbergers helped to create.

Those familiar with the Bilderberg group's long-cherished dream of achieving global government through the creation of an international financial framework will be unsurprised to see that a debate on the question,

"Do We Have Institutions to Deal With the World Economy?",

...is the third order of business at this year's meeting.


Nor will it be a surprise when the question is inevitably answered with the standard globalist line that international institutions like the IMF and the World Bank need to be "strengthened" and even given enhanced regulatory powers as a result of the crisis they have brought about, exactly as Bilderberg observers have been predicting for years.


Indeed, as Estulin himself notes in his latest book, Shadow Masters, former U.S. Undersecretary of State George Ball expressed the ambition of the globalists in an address to the 1968 Bilderberg meeting in Mont Tremblant when he stated that they were interested in developing a "world company" to take over the "archaic political structure of nation states"

Other items on the agenda are exactly in line with the issues and plans made at last year's Bilderberg and those ideas debated at last year's G20 Finance Ministers meeting, both of which Estulin was able to infiltrate with his inside sources.


The fact that the Iran-Russia alliance is on this year's agenda is doubly telling, not only because a strike against Iran was on the table at this year's Trilateral Commission meeting, but because, as Estulin notes in today's interview, it indicates that the real object of the Bilderbergers' aggression against Iran is the destabilization of Russia, a country that has traditionally been a thorn in the side of the globalists.

Perhaps the only thing that is surprising about this year's leaked agenda is that the secretive group, which has gone to great length to conceal itself from media and public scrutiny, has failed to take precautions to prevent Estulin and his sources from acquiring the information yet again.

"I'm a little bit disappointed in the Bilderbergers," he said on the line from Spain, where he currently resides. "I would think they would have taken certain precautions and measures, especially coming to my part of the world."

While the agenda is only a guide for the larger group discussions and the real decision-making takes place among the core members of the group behind closed doors, it does serve as an indicator of the issues and events that are preoccupying the globalists at this sensitive stage of their operation, just as they begin to realize their dream of instituting global government by manufacturing a global depression.


Even as these plans begin to come to fruition, the people of Iceland, Greece, and other developed countries are beginning to rise up en masse to throw off the yoke of financial oppression and key Bilderbergers are openly talking of their fears of a global political awakening.

This year's conference marks a new level of exposure and opposition to the Bilderberg group itself.


Daniel Estulin will be making an historic speech to the European parliament on June 1st along with Mario Borghezio, Nigel Farage, and other key MEPs.


Then Charlie Skelton (below audio), reporting once again for the UK's Guardian newspaper, will be taking part in a mass counter-conference where those opposed to the Bilderbergers and their secret proceedings will gather to draw attention to the group.


Stay tuned to corbettreport.com for all of the latest information on this year's conference, including an update from Estulin about what his sources are able to reveal about the meeting's proceedings.


Coverage starts this Sunday with the release of Episode 131 of The Corbett Report podcast, "Bilderberg 2010."


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Bilderberg 2010

by Charlie Skelton

from Guardian Website

Part 1 - Plutocracy with palm trees

June 02, 2010

The shadowy global elite is meeting in Sitges - and Charlie Skelton is there, hoping for a new spirit of CamCleggian openness.

Sitges in Catalonia, where a Bilderburg beach party and 'awareness camp' are planned.

Photograph: Corbis

This is the first dispatch from Charlie Skelton's Bilderblog. Read part two here.

Another year, another Bilderberg. The first "participants" (as the delegates are known) won't be arriving until Thursday, but already the Hotel Dolce in Sitges is buzzing with anticipation. This Catalan seaside town hasn't hosted an event as large and politically sensitive as Bilderberg since the legendary 2008 Foam Party at the Mr Gay Sitges awards night.

Last year, Bilderberg was held in Vouliagmeni, on the coast just south of Athens. The Greek minister of finance attended, the minister of foreign affairs, and the governor of the National Bank of Greece.


A few months later, Greece was bankrupt and Athens was in flames. So… good luck, Madrid!

Police are already stretching their red stripy tape around the hotel, and zipping up and around the local roads in their squad cars, sniffing for trouble. I'm really hoping there's none to find. The Spanish are promising a beach party and an "awareness camp", with political discussion forums and meditation zones.

I plan to spend at least part of Friday sitting cross-legged in a campsite, sending beams of white light up the hill and into the hotel. Feel my love, Marcus Agius - Chairman of Barclays and senior non-executive director on the BBC's new executive board. Let it surround you, Queen Sofia of Spain. Don't fight it, president of the World Bank. You can't beat the love.

It would be nicer if the interface between Bilderberg and the world could be softer - if it could turn an open face towards us, rather than the barrel of a machine gun. What I'm hoping is that this year, in the all-new CamCleggian spirit of openness and political transparency, any British elected official who attends the meeting - and I'm talking to you, Kenneth Clarke and George Osborne - will tell us they attended, tell us what they spoke about, and tell us what the next 12 months has in store. I don't think that's too much to ask.

Not that anyone is really asking. I've come along again this year because I had the horrible, nagging thought that no other journalists would.

Not that I'm a proper journalist. Hardly: consider me an interested citizen of the world come to bear witness to a peculiar, important, and unsettling event.

For a long and luxurious weekend at the Dolce Sitges, relishing its "new and creative buffet concepts" (a table with food on it), prime ministers will mingle with European royalty, with various EU commissioners, with representatives from:

  • Goldman Sachs

  • Microsoft

  • AIB

  • Deutsche Bank

  • Chase Manhattan

  • Royal Dutch Shell

They'll clink glasses with President Obama's special envoy to Afghanistan and Pakistan, Richard Holbrooke (he is confirmed for this year). And join the Friday night conga line behind the US treasury secretary (Tim Geithner went last year; he goes a lot).


We can reasonably expect the head of the Federal Reserve, the president of the World Bank, the secretary general of NATO… they've all attended in the past and many will attend again. So yes, important it is; to think otherwise is painfully naive (see below for the usual "just a big boys' club" comments …)

The conference hotel may be perched above a golf course, and boast two ping pong tables, but this four-day event isn't about who is better at table tennis, Ken Clarke or David Rockefeller (it's Rockefeller). This is about big business, global financial strategy and the economic future of Europe … if indeed it has one.

And most importantly, this four-day event doesn't start until tomorrow - and continues all the way through the weekend - so if you're a PROPER journalist reading this, or a blogger, or simply a curious citizen of a Europe teetering on the edge, then come along. Please come. I'll buy you a Catalan beer. I recommend the Rosita.


It's fruity but ballsy - not unlike the winner of Mr Gay Sitges 2008.

Part 2 - The security lockdown begins

June 03, 2010

It's midday at the Bilderberg conference hotel - and that means helicopters, riot police and angry staff.

Charlie Skelton at the Hotel Dolce Sitges, before the Bilderberg conference began

Charlie Skelton relaxing at the Hotel Dolce Sitges,

before the Bilderberg conference began.

Photograph: Charlie Skelton

This is the second dispatch from Charlie Skelton's Bilderblog.

"Congratulations!" grinned the man in charge of this year's Bilderberg conference, mustering as much sarcasm as a Dutchman could muster.

"You are the last guests here! You should have a banner!" he whooped, punching the air, wanting us gone.

It's true - we had been dragging our heels as we left the Hotel Dolce Sitges. The folding tables were already being set up in the courtyard for participant lanyards and orientation packs. It was well past the midday "lockdown" of the hotel.


"Lockdown" at Bilderberg means that security is snapped securely shut - it means an unbreachable, Pentagon-like security cordon is tightened around this seaside hotel.

It means that hundreds (and I mean hundreds) of police, in various states of riot readiness, position themselves at every junction, every roundabout, along every road, layby and dirt track within a mile of the building. And every 15 minutes or so, ruining everyone's poolside naps, police choppers circle in the perfect sky above.

The helicopters started yesterday. The day before, as we were checking in, a couple of tourists in microlights came buzzing over the hotel before buzzing off towards the beach.


For about two seconds, I thought:

"Brilliant! That's how we're going to get photos! From the air!" Then I thought: "CIA snipers! Not so brilliant!".

We've made do with a few sneaky shots around the hotel and some hushed chats with the barstaff.


We did a little undercover work. And, as a result, we can confirm the following people will definitely be attending this year's Bilderberg conference in Sitges. I can't tell you how I know this. Let's just say we 'obtained' this information.


Step forward if you hear your name.

  1. Marcus Agius:

    The chairman of Barclays and a senior non-executive director on the BBC's new executive board. Married to Katherine, daughter of Edmund Leopold de Rothschild (I don't know why I mention that. Just a bit of family trivia - the sort of thing some people find interesting).

  2. Josef Ackermann:

    The CEO of Deutsche Bank and a non-executive director of Shell.

  3. General Jack Keane,

    the former vice chief of staff of the US army and on the board of the US defense conglomerate General Dynamics.

  4. Juan Luis Cebrián Echarri:

    The CEO and co-founder of El Pais; the CEO of Grupo Prisa (Spain's biggest publisher); on the board of directors of Le Monde.

  5. Richard Holbrooke:

    Barack Obama's special envoy to Afghanistan and Pakistan and a member of the board of directors of the Council on Foreign Relations.

  6. Gustavo A. Cisneros Rendiles:

    A Venezuelan media mogul - one of the world's richest men.

  7. Victor Halberstadt:

    Professor of public economics at Leiden University and international advisor to Goldman Sachs. President of the International Institute of Public Finance.

  8. Roger Altman:

    The founder and chairman of Evercore Partners, "the most active investment banking boutique in the world" (their website says).

  9. Joaquín Almunia:

    Senior Spanish member of the European commission.

  10. W. Edmund Clark:

    President and CEO of the TD Bank Financial Group.

  11. Jan H.M. Hommen:

    Chairman of the ING Group.

  12. Jyrki Katainen:

    Minster of finance in Finland, chairman of the Finnish National Coalition party.

And they're just the tip of the Bilderberg.


More names will emerge as the weekend progresses, and the long-lens snaps have started coming in. The police have started pushing us further from the roundabouts. We've had the first detentions and the first angry deletions of photographs by police.

Although quite why attending Bilderberg has to remain such a mystery remains a mystery. The blackened windows of the limousines, the desperate camera-dodging of the delegates.

Tony Blair attended in 1993, but lied about it in parliament. Why lie? Why hide? If it's a long weekend of ping-pong, why the secrecy? If it's a long weekend of global strategizing, why not simply behave like adults and talk to the press about it?

The paranoia was riding high amongst the conference organizers.


A pair of them talked about the 2006 Bilderberg conference in Ottawa, where the radio host Alex Jones led the protests with his megaphone.

"They were very close to the hotel," said one. Another looked shocked and asked: "Did they ever try to attack?" A shake of the head and the answer: "No, but it was very scary." A third leaned in: "This is the negative side of the welfare state. People have enough income, so they can do this - it's like a permanent threat."

What threat?


That people concerned about the unfairness of the world should drape a banner over a police cordon? That they should shout their anger at the madness of asset-grabbing transnational corporations, whose chairmen are sipping beers with our elected officials?

"It's like a permanent threat."

Don't make me spit.

My wife, Hannah, felt the hard edge of paranoia as we left the hotel at lockdown. She decided she needed to do some last-minute printing (she suddenly felt the urge to print out a history of Sitges from the internet).

The concierge ushered her into the business centre, where she found herself in the middle of pulsing heart of Bilderberg. She sat down to print. She was spotted.


A stern Dutch lady shouted coldly:

"Take her to security!" and barked: "What is your name?"

Startled, Hannah remarked:

"This isn't a very friendly hotel." The lady replied: "No, it's not a very friendly hotel."

Not this week it isn't.


As we left finally left the unfriendly Dolce Sitges, as the plainclothes police gathered, a pallet of watermelons was being rolled into the service entrance alongside a lighting rig. The patio lights had been covered with orange cellophane.

It's going to be quite a show later, the opening night of Bilderberg - watermelons everywhere, greedy eyes glowing orange on the dance-floor.

"More watermelons!" shouts the CEO of Deutsche Bank.

Twenty are rolled towards him in an instant.


He stamps upon the first and hoots his joy into the orange air, as the DJ leans into the microphone:

"And we have a request from Mr Kenneth Clarke, it's Another One Bites the Dust!"

A happy Ken tosses his cigar over his shoulder and takes to the disco floor. Not that Ken's been confirmed yet. He's probably relaxing in his constituency. Maybe someone should find out.

On Tuesday night, when we were at the bar working our way through their selection of Catalan beers, we asked the barman how big he reckoned the Bilderbergers' hotel bill would be.

He rolled his eyes and said:

"You don't want to know how much they're paying for this!"

He misunderstood. I really did.

If the cost of dinner at the Dolce is anything to go by, it'll be a whacking great tab. My advice to David Rockefeller - avoid the 'award winning' trout fillets. If you're hungry, try the black spaghetti with salmon meatballs to start.

What else…?

My top tips for Bilderberg 2010 participants

  • The gazpacho is good but thin.

  • The right-hand of the two ping-pong tables (if you're standing with your back to the sun-loungers) has a tricky camber. Better go for the left-hander.

  • If you're on a budget, go to breakfast at 7am, then go again at half 10, so you can get breakfast and lunch out of the same buffet.

  • Don't drink the tap-water in the bedrooms. It's got more chlorine in it than the swimming pool.

  • The kiwifruit breakfast pastries are to die for.

  • The artichoke soup needs black pepper.

  • Go to the spa, have an Ayurvedic massage, and during it repeat the mantra: "It's ok if I don't own everything, it's ok if I don't own everything." Then get drunk and throw bread rolls at the stripper.

  • The staff are Catalan, not Spanish. Apart from the Argentinean bellhop. He's Argentinean.

  • Cancel three-quarters of your police protection. You don't need them, and they're costing other people money.

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Bilderberg 2010 - Between The Sword and The Wall
June 05, 2010

from TheGuardian Website

The Catalan police are refreshingly friendly.

But if the time for action comes,

whose side will they be on?

Catalan police Policing Bilderberg:

beneath the uniforms beat human hearts

Photograph: Charlie Skelton for the Guardian

The enormous bald detective in beach shorts took the camera from my wife.

"Let me see."

He scrolled through the photographs, just taken, of me being detained at the campsite gates.


He scrolled past, to see a photo of a limousine convoy, whooshing up the hill to Bilderberg.

"I don't like this," he said, and waved a huge, disgruntled hand towards the conference hotel.


"Do you know how much this is costing?" asked Hannah. "Do you think the Spanish economy can afford all this?"

Grimly, the enormous bald detective started deleting images of his comrades with his giant thumb.

"Your opinion," he growled, "is right."

He handed the camera back to Hannah.

"But you've deleted my best shots!"

The detective whistled to his comrades, who were busy sniffing a jar of salted olives they had found in my car boot.


He had them turn around, facing away from the camera.

"Go head," he rumbled. "Take photographs."

What a difference a year makes.


Last year in Vouliagmeni when I tried covering the 2009 Bilderberg meeting, I had Greek policemen yelling "No fotografia!" at me at every turn. I was arrested, tailed, harassed, rearrested, yelled at, bundled into squad cars, lied to, intimidated, wrestled with and hounded round Athens like I was John Dillinger.

This year, the police have been deployed in the same extraordinary numbers, but they are smiling, rolling their eyes at the rigmarole; the riot police are giving the thumbs-up to protesters and honking their horns as they come round the "awareness roundabout" at the foot of the hotel.

"The police have been laughing and chatting," says Daniel Turon, a Spanish psycho-sociologist, here in Sitges to psycho-sociologise Bilderberg. "One of them said he had read a book about Bilderberg; another said, 'Yes, we understand.'"

The Catalan police, he says,

"have a different sensibility" from what you may expect. "They are Catalan. Their minds are independent."

Their minds, perhaps, have been focused by recent pay disputes.


Two days ago, the police were on strike in Barcelona: they are facing a pay cut next month, as part of Spain's "austerity measures" (what the IMF calls "fiscal consolidation") - and disgruntlement abounds.

Yesterday, the Spanish newspaper Público quoted the Catalan police union's estimate, that,

"the mere deployment of the Mossos d'Esquadra entails costs of €150,000 for each of the four days of the Bilderberg meeting".

This union has lodged a formal complaint about the misuse of resources in guarding Bilderberg.

Público shares the union's concern:

"The members of the Bilderberg club have not been elected by the citizens [of this country] in a democratic process, but the costs of the meeting is being met by them."

Ageing Bilderberg sleuth, Jim Tucker, says the Bilderberg group always reimburses the host nation for costs incurred. But if that's the case, the police are simply an army for hire.

Turon is keen to humanize the officers facing him:

"Look at the eyes of the police," he says. "Look at the person who is there. They want to be with us."

"Your position is hyper-naive," laughs his friend, one of the organizers of the Spanish protests, Dídac S.-Costa. "They are puppets. They are nothing. They are a distraction. They are the cashiers at the supermarket; we need to confront the supermarket itself. This is a systemic problem." Dídac is a sociologist.

"We need to use the tools of the system against it. We need a brave judge, a brave lawyer. We need another Garzón" (Baltasar Garzón is the Spanish judge who issued the extradition request for General Pinochet). "We need to use the legal weapons at our disposal; to find a way, as the Spanish say, between the sword and the wall."

Ivan Torres, from Maresme (whom we met yesterday, near his roundabout bed), found himself caught last night between the sword and the wall, up in the hills above the Hotel Dolce Sitges.


He was out with Rafa Palacios, the founder of the Stop Secrets Movement, trying to stop some secrets. A spotter on the hotel roof saw them crawling along; minutes later a police helicopter arrived, and officers swarmed the hills to arrest them. The policemen looked at the cameras, looked at the footage, then handed it back undeleted.

Ivan and Rafa were brought before the comisario of the Sitges police.


The comisario told them frankly what he thought of them.

"We admire you," he said. "We are really sad because we don't want to have a confrontation here."

And, like his giant bald underling from earlier, he gestured to the hotel.

"I don't like these people. All I want is a smooth operation in Sitges. The people up there," said the comisario, "I really don't like."

Rafa says that on Thursday, as police and activists squared off for the first time and as Rafa took the megaphone, it was this same comisario who stood in front of the cordon.

"You have a heart under your badge", cried Rafa, "you have a brain under your hat. You are the ones we will be drinking with after the football, not the ones up the hill!"

Rafa reached out his hands towards the cordon.


People who witnessed his speech say this moment defined the subsequent dynamic between the protesters and the police.

"You should be protecting us, not them!" Rafa implored. "We are the people. You are the people. You are one of us!"

Rafa says he spoke directly to the comisario when he said:

"A time is coming when you may be asked to use violence against us. A time is coming when you will have to choose sides. You will have to decide."

And Rafa says he saw tears in the eyes of the comisario.

"I think, my friend, that I touched his heart."

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Bilderberg and Other Secretive Groups Intend to Plunge Americans Into One World Socialism
by Suzanne Eovaldi

staff writer

June 06, 2010
from BeforeItsNews Website

Our borders will never be secure as long as the Marxists Democrats in Congress and Barack Obama follow the “One World” model promoted by the Bilderberg Group and several other secret global societies whose aim is to plunge American into chaos.

Having a secure southern border that really keeps our citizens safe from the ravages of illegal immigration and the crime and drug violence that comes along with it is antithetical to the Bilderbergers’ desire for an American Union composed of Mexico, U.S. Canada and the Caribbean Islands including Cuba.

The Bilderbergers are meeting this weekend in Spain. They are secreted behind a heavily fortified resort about 20 miles from Barcelona, but their attempt at remaining secluded has failed given the work of David Icke’s video on their “hidden hand.”


Icke reveals the group’s plans for a,

  • one world government

  • one world central bank

  • one world army

  • a microchip population,

...all under the imprimatur of the United Nations.

The Tri-Lateral Commission started it
The Tri-Lateral Commission was co-founded in l973 by Zbigniew Brzezinski, Jimmy Carter’s National Security Advisor.


Along with the Council on Foreign Relations, these secret societies seek to keep America ruled by eastern seaboard wealthy liberal elites who seek to rule by bloodlines, not ballots, according to Icke.

At this weekend’s confab in Spain, one the European Union’s threatened PIGS economies (Portugal, Italy, Greece, and Spain), the Bilderberg’s 2010 agenda centers around grooming political candidates, the future collapse of the Euro and a potential military strike against Iran says as reported by journalist Paul Joseph Watson.


Their aim of a World Bank is already is in the works with Deutsche Bank acting as brokers for the US government’s bailout money.

Obama’s faux meeting with AZ Governor Jan Brewer in Washington give us a fairly clear picture of why both political parties have let us, US citizens suffer from 30 years of un-enforced illegal immigration hell.


NAFTA’s passage under Clinton presaged our march to an American Union even though the EU is collapsing around the globalists.


French President Nicolas Sarkozy told audiences at Columbia College,

“We should invent a new global monetary order.”

Senator Jim DeMint told Congress we don’t even have our own fiscal house in order and,

“this is the worst time to ask taxpayers to borrow more from China to bail out foreign nations.”


  • Stop and consider what America would be if the Marxists in Congress are not stopped.

  • Consider the dreary lives people live in Socialist countries. That misery is real.

  • The dangers too our American freedoms are real. Do something.

  • Decide if you want to make history or be history.

  • Do you deserve to live in America? Plan or fighting or plan on being a slave.

  • What did you do to support and defend American freedoms yesterday?

  • What will you do today and tomorrow?

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Bilderberg 2010 - Final List of Participants
June 6, 2010
from PrisonPlanet Website

Final List of Participants - Sitges, Spain 3-6 June 2010


Honorary Chairman

  • BEL Davignon, Etienne Vice Chairman, Suez-Tractebel

  • DEU Ackermann, Josef Chairman of the Management Board and the Group Executive Committee, Deutsche Bank AG

  • GBR Agius, Marcus Chairman, Barclays Bank PLC

  • ESP Alierta, César Chairman and CEO, Telefónica

  • INT Almunia, Joaquín Commissioner, European Commission

  • USA Altman, Roger C. Chairman, Evercore Partners Inc.

  • USA Arrison, Sonia Author and policy analyst

  • SWE Bäckström, Urban Director General, Confederation of Swedish Enterprise

  • PRT Balsemão, Francisco Pinto Chairman and CEO, IMPRESA, S.G.P.S.; Former Prime Minister

  • ITA Bernabè, Franco CEO, Telecom Italia S.p.A.

  • SWE Bildt, Carl Minister of Foreign Affairs

  • FIN Blåfield, Antti Senior Editorial Writer, Helsingin Sanomat

  • ESP Botín, Ana P. Executive Chairman, Banesto

  • NOR Brandtzæg, Svein Richard CEO, Norsk Hydro ASA

  • AUT Bronner, Oscar Publisher and Editor, Der Standard

  • TUR Çakir, Ruşen Journalist

  • CAN Campbell, Gordon Premier of British Columbia

  • ESP Carvajal Urquijo, Jaime Managing Director, Advent International

  • FRA Castries, Henri de Chairman of the Management Board and CEO, AXA

  • ESP Cebrián, Juan Luis CEO, PRISA

  • ESP Cisneros, Gustavo A. Chairman and CEO, Cisneros Group of Companies

  • CAN Clark, W. Edmund President and CEO, TD Bank Financial Group

  • USA Collins, Timothy C. Senior Managing Director and CEO, Ripplewood Holdings, LLC

  • ITA Conti, Fulvio CEO and General Manager, Enel SpA

  • GRC David, George A. Chairman, Coca-Cola H.B.C. S.A.

  • DNK Eldrup, Anders CEO, DONG Energy

  • ITA Elkann, John Chairman, Fiat S.p.A.

  • DEU Enders, Thomas CEO, Airbus SAS

  • ESP Entrecanales, José M. Chairman, Acciona

  • DNK Federspiel, Ulrik Vice President Global Affairs, Haldor Topsøe A/S

  • USA Feldstein, Martin S. George F. Baker Professor of Economics, Harvard University

  • USA Ferguson, Niall Laurence A. Tisch Professor of History, Harvard University

  • AUT Fischer, Heinz Federal President

  • IRL Gallagher, Paul Attorney General

  • USA Gates, William H. Co-chair, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and Chairman, Microsoft Corporation

  • USA Gordon, Philip H. Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs

  • USA Graham, Donald E. Chairman and CEO, The Washington Post Company

  • INT Gucht, Karel de Commissioner, European Commission

  • TUR Gürel, Z. Damla Special Adviser to the President on EU Affairs

  • NLD Halberstadt, Victor Professor of Economics, Leiden University; Former Honorary Secretary General of Bilderberg Meetings

  • USA Holbrooke, Richard C. Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan

  • NLD Hommen, Jan H.M. Chairman, ING Group

  • USA Hormats, Robert D. Under Secretary for Economic, Energy and Agricultural Affairs

  • BEL Huyghebaert, Jan Chairman of the Board of Directors, KBC Group

  • USA Johnson, James A. Vice Chairman, Perseus, LLC

  • FIN Katainen, Jyrki Minister of Finance

  • USA Keane, John M. Senior Partner, SCP Partners

  • GBR Kerr, John Member, House of Lords; Deputy Chairman, Royal Dutch Shell plc.

  • USA Kissinger, Henry A. Chairman, Kissinger Associates, Inc.

  • USA Kleinfeld, Klaus Chairman and CEO, Alcoa

  • TUR Koç, Mustafa V. Chairman, Koç Holding A.Ş.

  • USA Kravis, Henry R. Founding Partner, Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co.

  • USA Kravis, Marie-Josée Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute, Inc.

  • INT Kroes, Neelie Commissioner, European Commission

  • USA Lander, Eric S. President and Director, Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT

  • FRA Lauvergeon, Anne Chairman of the Executive Board, AREVA

  • ESP León Gross, Bernardino Secretary General, Office of the Prime Minister

  • DEU Löscher, Peter Chairman of the Board of Management, Siemens AG

  • NOR Magnus, Birger Chairman, Storebrand ASA

  • CAN Mansbridge, Peter Chief Correspondent, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

  • USA Mathews, Jessica T. President, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

  • CAN McKenna, Frank Deputy Chair, TD Bank Financial Group

  • GBR Micklethwait, John Editor-in-Chief, The Economist

  • FRA Montbrial, Thierry de President, French Institute for International Relations

  • ITA Monti, Mario President, Universita Commerciale Luigi Bocconi

  • INT Moyo, Dambisa F. Economist and Author

  • USA Mundie, Craig J. Chief Research and Strategy Officer, Microsoft Corporation

  • NOR Myklebust, Egil Former Chairman of the Board of Directors SAS, Norsk Hydro ASA

  • USA Naím, Moisés Editor-in-Chief, Foreign Policy

  • NLD Netherlands, H.M. the Queen of the

  • ESP Nin Génova, Juan María President and CEO, La Caixa

  • DNK Nyrup Rasmussen, Poul Former Prime Minister

  • GBR Oldham, John National Clinical Lead for Quality and Productivity

  • FIN Ollila, Jorma Chairman, Royal Dutch Shell plc

  • USA Orszag, Peter R. Director, Office of Management and Budget

  • TUR Özilhan, Tuncay Chairman, Anadolu Group

  • ITA Padoa-Schioppa, Tommaso Former Minister of Finance; President of Notre Europe

  • GRC Papaconstantinou, George Minister of Finance

  • USA Parker, Sean Managing Partner, Founders Fund

  • USA Pearl, Frank H. Chairman and CEO, Perseus, LLC

  • USA Perle, Richard N. Resident Fellow, American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research

  • ESP Polanco, Ignacio Chairman, Grupo PRISA

  • CAN Prichard, J. Robert S. President and CEO, Metrolinx

  • FRA Ramanantsoa, Bernard Dean, HEC Paris Group

  • PRT Rangel, Paulo Member, European Parliament

  • CAN Reisman, Heather M. Chair and CEO, Indigo Books & Music Inc.

  • SWE Renström, Lars President and CEO, Alfa Laval

  • NLD Rinnooy Kan, Alexander H.G. Chairman, Social and Economic Council of the Netherlands (SER)

  • ITA Rocca, Gianfelice Chairman, Techint

  • ESP Rodriguez Inciarte, Matías Executive Vice Chairman, Grupo Santander

  • USA Rose, Charlie Producer, Rose Communications

  • USA Rubin, Robert E. Co-Chairman, Council on Foreign Relations; Former Secretary of the Treasury

  • TUR Sabanci Dinçer, Suzan Chairman, Akbank

  • ITA Scaroni, Paolo CEO, Eni S.p.A.

  • USA Schmidt, Eric CEO and Chairman of the Board, Google

  • AUT Scholten, Rudolf Member of the Board of Executive Directors, Oesterreichische Kontrollbank AG

  • DEU Scholz, Olaf Vice Chairman, SPD

  • INT Sheeran, Josette Executive Director, United Nations World Food Program

  • INT Solana Madariaga, Javier Former Secretary General, Council of the European Union

  • ESP Spain, H.M. the Queen of

  • USA Steinberg, James B. Deputy Secretary of State

  • INT Stigson, Björn President, World Business Council for Sustainable Development

  • USA Summers, Lawrence H. Director, National Economic Council

  • IRL Sutherland, Peter D. Chairman, Goldman Sachs International

  • GBR Taylor, J. Martin Chairman, Syngenta International AG

  • PRT Teixeira dos Santos, Fernando Minister of State and Finance

  • USA Thiel, Peter A. President, Clarium Capital Management, LLC

  • GRC Tsoukalis, Loukas President, ELIAMEP

  • INT Tumpel-Gugerell, Gertrude Member of the Executive Board, European Central Bank

  • USA Varney, Christine A. Assistant Attorney General for Antitrust

  • CHE Vasella, Daniel L. Chairman, Novartis AG

  • USA Volcker, Paul A. Chairman, Economic Recovery Advisory Board

  • CHE Voser, Peter CEO, Royal Dutch Shell plc

  • FIN Wahlroos, Björn Chairman, Sampo plc

  • CHE Waldvogel, Francis A. Chairman, Novartis Venture Fund

  • SWE Wallenberg, Jacob Chairman, Investor AB

  • NLD Wellink, Nout President, De Nederlandsche Bank

  • USA West, F.J. Bing Author

  • GBR Williams, Shirley Member, House of Lords

  • USA Wolfensohn, James D. Chairman, Wolfensohn & Company, LLC

  • ESP Zapatero, José Luis Rodríguez Prime Minister

  • DEU Zetsche, Dieter Chairman, Daimler AG

  • INT Zoellick, Robert B. President, The World Bank Group




  • GBR Bredow, Vendeline von Business Correspondent, The Economist

  • GBR Wooldridge, Adrian D. Business Correspondent, The Economist

Editor comment: This is the official participant list direct from Bilderberg. We have to remember that many participants request that their names not be added, as we covered in 2008 when Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama attended the Bilderberg meeting in Chantilly Virginia under a cloak of secrecy, so there are likely to be more attendees who were not included on the list.

The fact that Bilderberg has gone from attempting to hide the very existence of their meetings to now being forced to issue an official participant list shows how far we have come in bringing their activities to light.

Find out more information about Bilderberg by visiting the Bilderberg Master Page or watch Alex Jones’ expose of Bilderberg’s agenda in his documentary film Endgame.

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Bilderberg - Global Cabal Pushes Agenda Before Meeting in Sitges, Spain
by James P. Tucker, Jr.

June 7, 2010

from AmericanFreePress Website


AFP editor James P. Tucker Jr. is a veteran journalist who spent many years as a member of the “elite” media in Washington.

Since 1975 he has won widespread recognition, here and abroad, for his pursuit of on-the-scene stories reporting the intrigues of global power blocs such as the Bilderberg Group.

Tucker is the author of Jim Tucker’s Bilderberg Diary: One Man’s 25-Year Battle to Shine the Light on the World Shadow Government.

Bilderberg-controlled news outlets in Europe and the Western Hemisphere are conditioning the public to accept two of the super-secret elite’s major goals in advance of its meeting June 4-7 in Sitges, Spain: a U.S. attack on Iran and a financial bailout of Greece and other European Union (EU) countries.

But even before the Bilderberg group gathered behind the sealed-off, guarded Dolce Hotel in Sitges, a resort community 12 miles from Barcelona, resistance to throwing more tax dollars at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to bail out Europe sprang up in Congress.

Rep. Mike Pence (R-Ind.) introduced legislation to require the Treasury Department to oppose further IMF “loans” to stricken European countries until all EU members are in compliance with their own constitutional limits on debt - and very few of them are. Sen. Jim DeMint (R-S.C.) introduced companion legislation in the Senate.

Just the threat of the legislation prompted Senate Democratic leaders to agree to an amendment to financial legislation that would prohibit the United States from participating in bailouts that are unlikely to be repaid.


It requires the IMF to certify to the Treasury Department that it expects its loans to Europe to be repaid.


It passed 94-0.

“America isn’t even close to getting our own fiscal house in order, and this is the worst time to ask taxpayers to borrow more from China to bail out foreign nations,” DeMint said.

The Bilderberg-controlled Washington Post called for making the IMF a “global overseer” on May 20.


Bilderberg is exploiting the financial crisis in Greece and other EU countries to advance efforts to make the IMF a world Treasury Department under the UN.

“It may take a global agency like the IMF” to address the problem, The Post said, attributing the view to Liliana Rojas-Suarez, a senior fellow at the Center for Global Development.

Bilderberg warmongering continues.


Following instructions from Russian Mikhail Slobodinsky (at the Trilateralist meeting [AFP May 24, 2010]), Russia and China joined in supporting a resolution condemning Iran’s imaginary “nuclear weapons program.”


Israel restated that air strikes are not “off the table.”

The Bilderberg-Trilateral goal is for the U.S. to conduct air strikes on Iran, paid for with American taxpayer dollars and blood. Israel has had nuclear weapons since at least 1962, is not a signatory to the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty and refuses on-site inspections.

Obama continued calling for a new “international order” in a commencement address at West Point, addressing cadets, some of whom will probably die in the Middle East.

“The international order we seek is one that can resolve the challenges of our times,” Obama said.

The president, who is owned by Bilderberg, never wore America’s uniform.

“We are not defined by our borders,” Obama said while standing beside Mexican President Felipe Calderon.

Eliminating national borders and creating an “American Union” to include Mexico and Canada is a major Bilderberg goal.

Bilderberg is grimly aware that gas prices will drop this summer despite ordering oil-producing nations to pump at only 81 percent capacity. But Bilderberg is demanding significantly higher costs in the fall, looking for $3 to $4 a gallon in the U.S. This is entangled, too, with the huge British Petroleum oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.


BP is among the several oil producers that are major Bilderberg players, and the brotherhood is intact - and embarrassed.

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Bilderberg 2010 - Help Us Identify The Delegates

June 08, 2010

from TheGuardian Website

Take a look at our gallery and see whether you can pinpoint the identities of attendees at the world's most secure conference.

Dutch Queen Beatrix on a minibus at the Bilderberg conference in Sitges, Spain.

But who's there with her?

Photograph: Nero Angelo

They've crouched on limousine floors, held their handbags to their faces and spent four long, luxurious days - with the press held at gunpoint - at the world's most secure conference.

I mean, no wonder the Bilderberg delegates are embarrassed. They're strategizing to make the world a better place - who'd want to be seen doing that?

But a few interested souls have slipped past police patrols, clambered up cliffs, fallen off walls, dodged heat-seeking helicopters and managed to capture, on film, the richest of the rich and the shyest of the shy.

Have a flick through our below gallery of hard-won mug-shots and see whether you can spot anyone you know.

Post your guesses in the comments field below, making sure you include the number of the photograph you're talking about, and which person in the picture you think you can identify.

Please note: if you're getting stuck, you might want to think about using the list on bilderbergmeetings.org, a site which seems to have appeared from nowhere overnight and is either the closest Bilderberg has ever come to a relationship with the press, or a very clever (and accurate) spoof.


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Bilderberg 2010 - Who Are The delegates?

June 08, 2010

from Guardian Website



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