The Bilderberg Group meets once every year. The last Bilderberg Meeting was held in the Swiss town of Montreux in May 2019. Up to 150 of the world’s wealthiest and most powerful political leaders attend the annual event. The attendees include royalty, presidents, prime ministers, chief executives of major international conglomerates, media moguls, and world bankers.
The first Bilderberg meeting was held in 1954. The organization was founded with the intent to create powerful connections between European countries and North Americans. The meeting is a secretive, informal discussion about global trends with open communication between the elite members of the world who have massive influence in world affairs.
No statements of any kind are allowed to be made to the press regarding the proceedings or what is talked about at the meeting. There are no meeting minutes taken and no reports of the discussions or official statement about the discussions is produced or made. Anything learned at the meeting can be freely used by any of the members; however, no one is permitted to talk about it.
Heavily armed guards are there to protect the attendees. The event space is hardened with physical barricades and high levels of security. It is this level of high security combined with the extreme secrecy, which makes the conspiracy theorists go wild with speculation about what they actually do at the Bilderberg meetings.
Only those who are invited are permitted to attend the meeting. Everyone invited sees a major career boost after attending a Bilderberg meeting. Bill Clinton attended while he was the Governor of Arkansas and within a year he was President of the United States. Tony Blair became Prime Minister of the UK, four years after going to his first Bilderberg meeting.
This year the Bilderberg Group will be holding their annual conference at Herrington’s Sierra Pines Resort with a kickoff on June 28th. According to chairman Henri de Castries, the site was chosen due to its remote location and convenient helicopter landing area directly across from the resort.
“It makes, um, perfect sense to hold our annual meeting in Sierra City,” said Mr. Castries in broken English in a Broad Street Beacon telephone interview. “It is the perfect place with trees and beautiful mountains. It’s also far away enough to confuse Alex Jones.
Here is what Mark Dice, author of “The Bilderberg Group: Facts & Fiction” has to say about the group.