Bilderberg Objectives – Conspiracy Theory or Hard Fact?

bilderberg-grove-hotelFor over 14 years, Daniel Estulin has investigated and researched the Bilderberg Group’s far-reaching influence on business and finance, global politics, war and peace, and control of the world’s resources and its money.

His book, “The True Story of the Bilderberg Group,” was published in 2005 and is now updated in a new 2009 edition. He states that in 1954, “the most powerful men in the world met for the first time” in Oosterbeek, Netherlands, “debated the future of the world,” and decided to meet annually in secret.

They called themselves the Bilderberg Group with a membership representing a who’s who of world power elites, mostly from America, Canada, and Western Europe with familiar names like David Rockefeller, Henry Kissinger, Bill Clinton, Gordon Brown, Angela Merkel, Alan Greenspan, Ben Bernanke, Larry Summers, Tim Geithner, Lloyd Blankfein, George Soros, Donald Rumsfeld, Rupert Murdoch, other heads of state, influential senators, congressmen and parliamentarians, Pentagon and NATO brass, members of European royalty, selected media figures, and invited others – some quietly by some accounts like Barack Obama and many of his top officials.

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Is the Bilderberg Group just another crackpot conspiracy theory?

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6 thoughts on “Bilderberg Objectives – Conspiracy Theory or Hard Fact?

  1. Powerful men always collude to increase their own power.

    It’s a disease of the transitory nature of life and the aspiration to raise oneself above it in fantasy at least. Someone said that it’s easy to believe you are immortal if you are royal.

    There is nothing new in the Bilderburg game. Many groups like it have come and gone. While they last they believe themselves unstoppable. It’s for the rest of us not to be taken in.

  2. Is Bilderberg a “conspiracy theory”? Well its actual existence is a ‘fact’. The attendance by those luminaries listed above plus many more, especially household names from the world of UK politics EG Kenneth Clarke, Peter Mandelson, Ed Balls, is also a ‘fact’. It is also a ‘fact’ that names such as those listed above, also share common political objectives, whichever political party they belong to. EG all enthusiastic supporters of the EU. A ‘conspiracy’ implies a plan to do a harmful act. These people however do not believe what they plan is harmful. They firmly believe it is for the greater good. Those of a globalist viewpoint would probably share that perspective. If that is the case, then why the need for secrecy? Naturally, as nationalists, we would oppose this world view and it is therefore an obligation upon us that we hold organisations like Bilderberg up to scrutiny and call those of our public figures associated with Bilderberg to account, especially those who are are elected and there is a conflict of interest. As for the ‘theory’ bit, well that can be anything from a cool analysis of the information that we have gleaned about Bilderberg and which has not been specifically denied, to outright speculation and wild imaginings. It is the latter which unfortunately turns people off the whole subject and leads those who study and write about the issue to be perceived as ‘nutters’. To some extent Bilderberg has come out from the shadows in recent years. While forty years ago only a tiny proportion of people would have heard of its existence from obscure publications mainly promoted by organisations perceived as ‘far right’; now, thanks to the web, knowledge has become more widespread. Those who persist in pursuing ‘denial’ of the relevance and significance of Bilderberg however, readily seize upon the denigration of the messenger rather than the message. Thus, “Bilderberg conspiracy theorists are all mad because David Icke is one and he also thinks the Queen and her family are all shape-shifting lizards”. Well we as nationalists, are well used to being victims of the technique of character assassination as a weapon used to discredit our beliefs, so we should not shy away from this area of politics any more than any other important issues.

  3. Yet another book on the Bilderbergers to go with the growing list; Adventures with Extremists by Jon Ronson, The Global Manipulators by Robert Eringer, The True Story of the Bilderberg Group by Daniel Estulin, Conspiracy Theories & Secret Societies by Christopher Hodapp, Biderberg People by Ian Richardson, Secret Places by Stephen Klimczuk. A lot of information on a supposedly secret society.
    It would be a strange thing if the leading businessmen and politicians of the world didn’t meet regularly to discuss matters of mutual interest. Not believing in “The Hidden Hand” is one of the reasons that Ukip is taken seriously.

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