Several high-profile individuals coming from the government, multinational corporations, mainstream media, Big Tech, and Big Pharma met last June 2 to 5, 2022 to talk about issues that are relevant to our present society.
This year’s Bilderberg Meeting will discuss 14 important topics including, geopolitical realignments, Sino-US tech competition, China, Russia, Ukraine, disruption of the global financial system disinformation, trade, and deglobalization, among others.
According to a press release, the Bilderberg Meeting is an annual conference that has been ongoing since 1954. Around 120 to 140 political leaders and experts take part in the discussion.
Some of the participants this year include William Burns, Director of the CIA, Albert Bourla, Chairman and CEO of Pfizer, Adewale Adeyemop, Deputy Secretary of the US Department of The Treasury, Audrey Azoulay, Director-General of UNESCO, Sam Altman, CEO of Open AI, Chrystia Freeland, Deputy Prime Minister of Canada, Demis Hassabis, CEO and founder of DeepMind, Yann LeCun, VP and Chief AI Scientist of Facebook, Charles Michel, President of the European Council, the King of the Netherlands, Prime Minister of Finland, and many others.
The 2022 press release describes the meeting as such: “Thanks to the private nature of the Meeting, the participants take part as individuals rather than in any official capacity, and hence are not bound by the conventions of their office or by pre-agreed positions. As such, they can take time to listen, reflect, and gather insights. There is no detailed agenda, no resolutions are proposed, no votes are taken and no policy statements are issued”.
Editor’s Note: As you can see in the partial list above, the attendees of the Bilderberg meetings are influential. Combined, they have the capacity to change the world order if they wish to do so. Are we supposed to believe that in a room full of movers, this meeting is purely about generating new ideas?
What do they talk about, and how much of the conversations they have in the Bilderberg meetings find their way into policy?
If you think the World Economic Forum (WEF) is bad, then this is worse. The WEF is public so we get an idea of the topics they talk about and the conversations that take place during the annual WEF meeting.
In the Bilderberg meeting, we know they are talking about pertinent societal issues, but we have no idea about the conversations that happen there. We don’t know whether the attendees of the event are already coordinating a plan to push for a specific agenda without consulting stakeholders in their respective organizations.
How can the Bilderberg meeting run for 68 years without anybody knowing the conversations inside? Why isn’t mainstream media reporting it? Why aren’t there any participants coming from the global south when the issues they are discussing could affect the world? What business do these elites have, meeting like this in secret?
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