Originally posted by Osmoses
The 1975 meeting was held in Izmir.
Do you have curtains? Do you ever close them? If so, why the secrecy?
I'm personally not fond of sunlight but, that's off topic. I do have the occasional 'gathering' of friends which do not include: Kings, Queens,
Princes, Chancellors, Prime Ministers, Presidents, Ambassadors, Secretaries of State, Wall Street investors, international bankers, news media
executives and wealthy industrialist.
Media members include:
*Joseph Harsch -BB, CFR and former commentator for NBC
*Bill Moyers - Former director of CFR and Executive Director of Public Affaris TV
*William F. Buckley, Jr - CFR - Editor-in-Chief of National Review and host of PBS's Firing Line
*Gerald Piel - BB, CFR and former Chairman of Sceientific America
*Henry Anatole Grunwald - BB, CFR, and former Editor-in-Chief of Time, Inc.
*Mortimer Zuckerman -BB & CFR and Chairman & Editor-in-Chief of US *News and World Report, New York Daily News and Atlantic Monthly
*Robert Bartley - BB, CFR, TC and VP of the Wall Street Journal
*Peter Rober Kann - BB, CFR and chairman of Dow Jones & Company, and husband of Karen E. House, CFR
*William Kristol - BB and Editor & Publisher of The Weekly Standard magazine
*Don Cook - BB CFR and formerEuropean Diplomatic Correspondent for the Los Angeles Times
*Robert Leroy Bartley - BB CFR TC and VP of the Wall Street Journal
*Albert Wohlstetter - BB CFR, and writer for the Wall Street Journal
*Thomas Friedman - BB, CFR, TC and columnist for the the New York Times
"Queen" of the media Elite: Katharine Graham BB, CFR, TC and owner, chairwoman of the Executive Committee of the Washington Post. Her husband,
Phillip Graham developed 'bi-polor disorder' and was once sedated and flown back to NY. He was later admitted into a psychiatric ward and upon a
weekend release at the couples Glen Welby home, he committed suicide. Katharine, after her husbands death, assumed the reins of the company and The
Post. Graham was de facto publisher of the newspaper from 1963 onward, formally assuming the title in 1979, and chairman of the board from 1973 to
1991. Graham presided over the Post during a crucial time in American history; Watergate. played an integral role in unveiling the Watergate
conspiracy, and ultimately led to the resignation of President Richard Nixon.
In 1988, Graham gave a speech at the CIA's Langley, Va. headquarters:
“ We live in a dirty and dangerous world...There are some things the general public does not need to know and shouldn't. I believe democracy
flourishes when the government can take legitimate steps to keep its secrets and when the press can decide whether to print what it knows"
In 2001, Graham died as a result of a fall and subsequent head injuries.
In my following post I will give compelling reasons as to why the Bilderbergs 'keep their curtains closed.'