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Members of Bilderberg

 
 
Reply Sat 11 Dec, 2010 02:17 pm
Seems Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands is the head of the Bilderberg as a result of Royal Dutch-Shell Oil Company with co-owners Rothschild and Marcus Samuel. Trilateral Comission is founded by David D. Rockefeller. The members are essentially the same. Seems oil companies rule the world.

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Politics
United States

* George W. Ball (1954, 1993),[15] Under Secretary of State 1961-1968, Ambassador to U.N. 1968
* Sandy Berger (1999),[16] National Security Advisor, 1997–2001
* Timothy Geithner(2009),[17] Treasury Secretary
* Lee H. Hamilton (1997),[1] former US Congressman
* Christian Herter,[18] (1961, 1963, 1964, 1966), 53rd United States Secretary of State
* Charles Douglas Jackson (1957, 1958, 1960),[19] Special Assistant to the President
* Joseph E. Johnson[20] (1954), President Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
* Henry Kissinger[21] (1957, 1964, 1966, 1971, 1973, 1974, 1977, 2008),[22] 56th United States Secretary of State
* Colin Powell (1997),[1] 65th United States Secretary of State
* Lawrence Summers,[17] Director of the National Economic Council
* Paul Volcker,[17] Chair of the President's Economic Recovery Advisory Board and Chairman of the Federal Reserve from 1979–1987
* Roger Altman (2009),[17] Deputy Treasury Secretary from 1993–1994, Founder and Chairman of Evercore Partners

[edit] Presidents

* Bill Clinton (1991),[23][24] President 1993-2001
* Gerald Ford (1964, 1966),[4][25] President 1974-1977

[edit] Senators

* John Edwards (2004),[26][27] Senator from North Carolina 1999-2005
* Chuck Hagel (1999, 2000),[28] Senator from Nebraska 1997-2009
* Sam Nunn (1996, 1997),[1] Senator from Georgia 1972-1997

[edit] Governors

* Rick Perry (2007),[29] Governor of Texas 2000-current
* Mark Sanford (2008),[30] Governor of South Carolina

Prime Ministers

* Tony Blair (1993),[23][34] Prime Minister 1997-2007
* Gordon Brown (1991),[24] Prime Minister 2007- 2010
* Edward Heath,[4] Prime Minister 1970-1974
* Alec Douglas-Home (1977–1980),[54] Chairman of the Bilderberg Group, Prime Minister 1963-1964
* Margaret Thatcher (1975),[55] Prime Minister 1979-1990

[edit] Belgium

* Paul-Henri Spaak, Former Prime Minister[56] (1963)

[edit] Netherlands

* Ruud Lubbers, Former Prime Minister[57]
* Wim Kok, Former Prime Minister[57]
* Jan-Peter Balkenende, Former Prime Minister[57]
* Maxime Verhagen, Minister[57]

[edit] France

* Gaston Defferre (1964),[58] member of National Assembly and mayor of Marseille (at the time)
* Georges Pompidou, Former Prime Minister of France, Former President of the French Republic[57]
Germany

* Angela Merkel (2010), German Chancellor[85]
* Guido Westerwelle (2007),[86] Chairman of the Free Democratic Party of Germany and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Germany.
* Helmut Schmidt, West German Chancellor[4]

[edit] Poland

* Józef Retinger (1954 to 1960), Founder and secretary of Bilderberg Group[5][87]

[edit] Canada

* Pierre Elliott Trudeau,[88] Prime Minister of Canada, 1968-1979, 1980-1984
* Jean Chretien (1996),[45] Prime Minister of Canada, 1993–2003
* Stephen Harper (2003),[88] Prime Minister of Canada, 2006-current
* Mike Harris,[88] Premier of Ontario 1995-2002
* Bernard Lord,[88] Premier of New Brunswick 1999-2006
* Paul Martin (1996),[45] Prime Minister of Canada, 2003–2006
* Frank McKenna (2006, 2010),[89] Deputy Chair of TD Bank Financial Group, Canadian Ambassador to the United States 2005-2006, Premier of New Brunswick 1987-1997
* Gordon Campbell (2010), Premier of British Columbia, 2001–Present

[edit] Sweden

* Carl Bildt (2006),[90] (2008),[90] (2009), Minister of Foreign Affairs 2006-
* Anders Borg (2007),[90] Minister of Finance 2006-
* Thorbjörn Fälldin (1978),[22] Prime Minister 1976-1978
* Maud Olofsson [2008),[90] Minister of Industry 2006-
* Fredrik Reinfeldt (2006),[90] Prime Minister 2006-
* Mona Sahlin (1996),[90] Head of the Swedish social democratic party 2007-

[edit] Austria

* Werner Faymann (2009,[91], Chancellor 2008–present
* Andreas Treichl (2009),[92] CEO of Erste Bank
Financial institutions

* Ben Bernanke (2008,[30] 2009),[44] Chairman of the Board of Governors of the United States Federal Reserve
* Wim Duisenberg, former European Central Bank President[57]
* Gordon Richardson,[95](1966, 1975) former Governor of the Bank of England
* William J McDonough (1997),[1] former President, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
* Jean-Claude Trichet (2009,[96] 2010[3]) President of the European Central Bank 2003-current
* Paul Volcker (1982, 1983, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1992, 1997),[1] former Chairman of the Federal Reserve
* Siegmund Warburg (1977)[95]

[edit] Major corporations

* Percy Barnevik (1992–1996, 1997,[1] 2001), former CEO of ASEA
* Michel Bon,[97] former CEO of France Telecom
* Lord Browne of Madingley (1995, 1997,[1] 2004), Chief Executive BP
* Bill Gates (2010),[98] Chairman of Microsoft
* Louis V. Gerstner, Jr.,[99] IBM Chairman
* H. J. Heinz II (1954),[20] CEO of H. J. Heinz Company
* André Lévy-Lang, (French)[97] former CEO of Paribas
* Jorma Ollila (1997,[1] 2005, 2008), Chairman of Royal Dutch Shell and Nokia Corporation
* Paul Rijkens (Dutch) Former Chairman of Unilever[57]
* Josef Ackermann (2010), CEO Deutsche Bank[85]
* Jürgen E. Schrempp (1994–1996, 1997),[1] 1998, 1999, 2001–2005, 2006, 2007), former CEO of DaimlerChrysler
* Hans Stråberg (2006),[90] CEO of Electrolux
* Peter Sutherland (1989–1996, 1997,[1] 2005), former Chairman of BP
* Martin Taylor[1] (1993–1996,[45] 1997), former CEO, Barclays
* Otto Wolff von Amerongen,[1] Chairman Otto Wolff GmbH.
* Jacob Wallenberg (2006),[90] Chairman of Investor AB

[edit] University, institute and other academic

* C. Fred Bergsten (1971, 1974, 1984, 1997),[1] President, Peterson Institute
* Thierry de Montbrial,[97] Director of the Institut Français des Relations Internationales

[edit] Media

* Nicolas Beytout, (French)[97] Editor of Le Figaro (France)
* Conrad Black (1981, 1983, 1985–1996)[45](1997),[100] Hollinger International, Inc.
* William F. Buckley, Jr. (1996),[101] columnist and founder of National Review
* Will Hutton[23] (1997), former CEO of The Work Foundation and editor-in-chief for The Observer
* Andrew Knight (1996),[33][45] journalist, editor, and media baron
* George Stephanopoulos (1996, 1997),[45] Former Communications Director of the Clinton Administration (1993–1996), now ABC News Chief Washington Correspondent
* Peter Mansbridge (2010), Chief Correspondent, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation



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Reply Sat 11 Dec, 2010 03:32 pm
It seems all those parties may just be the multiple face of one group - Bilderberg. Evil or Very Mad Rolling Eyes
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The Trilateral Commission

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Criticisms

The John Birch Society believes that the Trilateral Commission is dedicated to the formation of one world government


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trilateral_Commission

Council of Foreign Relations

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Some of the participants at that meeting, apart from Edward House, were Paul Warburg, Herbert Hoover


Warburg was one of the founders of the Federal Reserve and Hoover presided over the Depression doing nothing.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Council_on_Foreign_Relations

New World Order

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Some people who are or have been members include:

* David RockefellerDavid Rockefeller: Founder of the Commission; Chairman of the Chase Manhattan Bank board from 1969 to 1981; Chairman of the Council on Foreign Relations from 1970 to 1985, now honorary Chairman; a life member of the Bilderberg Group.
* William Jefferson ClintonGeorge BushPresidents George H.W. Bush, Jimmy Carter, and Bill Clinton
* Dick Cheney, William Cohen, Dianne Feinstein, David Gergen, Henry Kissinger
* Federal Reserve Chairmen Alan Greenspan and Paul Volcker
* Caspar Weinberger: Secretary of Defense under Reagan
* Yotaro Kobayashi, (chairman of the Fuji Xerox company),
* John H. Bryan (former CEO of Sara Lee bakeries, affiliated with the World Economic Forum and part of the Board for Sara Lee, Goldman Sachs, General Motors, British Petroleum and Bank One).

Henry Paulson, Secretary of the Treasury
Due to Goldman Sachs secretive culture and revolving door relationship with the Federal government, Goldman has recently been referred to as Wall Street's secret society, with former Goldman employees currently heading the New York Stock Exchange, the World Bank, the U.S. Treasury Department, the White House staff, and even rival firms such as Merrill Lynch. Its landmark profits during the 2007 Subprime mortgage financial crisis led the New York Times to proclaim that Goldman Sachs is without peer in the world of finance.

# James E. Burke (CEA of Johnson & Johnson from 1976 to 1989)

# Hank Greenberg (former chairman and CEO of American International Group (AIG), the world's largest insurance and financial services corporation). It should come as no surprise that when AIG faced huge investment losses that threatened its solvency in 2008, the American government stepped in with billions of dollars of taxpayer money to keep the company afloat.

# Lee Raymond (ExxonMobil (Former CEO and Chairman, vice chairman of the Board of Trustees of the American Enterprise Institute, director of J.P. Morgan Chase & Co., director and member of the Executive Committee and Policy Committee of the American Petroleum Institute), and others.

Close Connections to Banking Industry
The economic chaos in the world today is a direct result of policies set in motion to foster a New International Economic Order (NIEO), according to Patrick Wood writing in the August Review. The NIEO was the explicit creation of the Trilateral Commission, founded by David Rockefeller and Zbigniew Brzezinski in 1973, and their early papers and task force reports clearly asserted their NIEO plans.


http://www.jeremiahproject.com/newworldorder/nworder07.html

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