posted on Jul, 21 2010 @ 08:26 PM
FROM JEROME CORSI'S RED ALERT
Bilderberg names! Cabal peeks out from shadows
Group of world's elite finally discloses participants, meeting topics
Posted: July 19, 2010
4:07 pm Eastern
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People protest against the Bilderberg meeting in Sitges, near Barcelona June 3, 2010. The Bilderberg Group is an unofficial conference of around 130
invitation-only guests who are insiders in politics, banking, business, military and the media. The group's meetings are held in secret and are
closed to the public. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS MILITARY)
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Finally, after years of exposure by news agencies such as WND and activists, the Bilderberg Group decided to go public with names of its chairman and
steering committee, as well as giving the attendee list and agenda for its 2008, 2009 and 2010 meetings, Jerome Corsi's Red Alert reports.
The Bilderberg Group is an assembly of powerful elite – including insiders in politics, banking, business, military and media – invited annually
to a private and protected meeting.
London's Guardian reported, "Until now, David Rockefeller's policy forum carried on quietly out of sight. It welcomed politicians (David Cameron in
2008, George Osborne 2006-2009) to strategize in secret with corporate heads, European realty and bank bosses."
"All that changed with intensified public exposure," Corsi noted.
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Still, Corsi added, the new Bilderberg Group website is absent of the content of the meetings.
The topics discussed at the 2008, 2009 and 2010 meetings are published for the first time, but omitted are any policy papers submitted for discussion,
any transcript of presentations given or notes on the comments or questions asked that would have given a feel of the discussion.
"The Bilderberg Group finally gives us an authoritative list of people and topics, but we are still blind as to the substance of the policy
discussions," Corsi wrote. "Still, this is a first step and it shows that even a group as elite and secret as Bilderberg cannot forever withstand
the light of public attention thrown upon it by those few journalists who refuse to be cowed by being cast as 'conspiracy theorists.'"
Hotel Dolce, location of June 2010 Bilderberg Group meeting in Sitges, Spain
The Bilderberg website disclosed that the June 3-10, 2010, meeting held in Sitges, Spain, discussed the following topics: "financial reform, cyber
technology, energy, Pakistan, Afghanistan, world food problem, global cooling, social networking, medical science, EU-US relations."
Corsi noted, "Among these topics, 'global cooling' jumps out, suggesting that perhaps among the world's elite there is beginning to be a tacit
admission that the science behind the theory of anthropogenic global warming caused by carbon-dioxide emissions was always and is now nothing more
than junk science."
The website disclosed that of the approximately 130 participants, two-thirds were from Europe and balance from North America; about one-third were
from government and politics, while two-thirds came from finance, industry, labor, education and communications.
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