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An invite-only meeting of the world's political elite and financial magnates, the Bilderberg group, is underway in Switzerland. The annual event has long been shrouded in secrecy, something that's given rise to a strong protest movement. RT's Laura Emmett reports on just what might be the main agenda behind the closed doors...
Originally posted by seedofchucky
I''m down for secret meetings and what not . But thsi bilderberg thing seems to obvious and easy . To me it seems like bilderberg is just the destraction .
The Bilderberg conference has now been postponed until tomorrow. This may or may not be due to the reported bomb threat, but it coincides with multiple reports of the local airport postponing all flights due to severe weather conditions. UPDATE 2: Police say they have found some suspicious tubing close to the Bilderberg hotel. Police say two people have been arrested. It is not yet clear whether the arrests are connected to the supposed bomb threat.
Originally posted by bluemirage5
reply to post by RUSSO
There are numerous attendees that asked not to be on the official list. We DO know there are among the attendees, Russians.....I also know there are at least a couple of attendees from Brazil, Mexico, Australia & Israel not on the list. Bill Gates was also thought to be among the attendees and I have no doubt so is Soros.
Heads of state, CEOs and NATO officials are gathering at the top secret Bilderberg conference this week in St. Moritz, Switzerland. Are the global elite meeting to carve up the world or is this just simply a talk shop? With these meetings perhaps shaping the future of the globe, why is the media not being allowed to listen in? Andrew Gavin Marshall of the Centre for Research on Globalization says that despite democratic-elected leaders from democratic countries conversing, these closed-door conversations are far from democratic.