This is how Denis Healey described a Bilderberg person to me: "To say we were striving for a one-world government is exaggerated, but not wholly unfair. Those of us in Bilderberg felt we couldn't go on forever fighting one another for nothing and killing people and rendering millions homeless. So we felt that a single community throughout the world would be a good thing." He said, "Bilderberg is a way of bringing together politicians, industrialists, financiers and journalists. Politics should involve people who aren't politicians. We make a point of getting along younger politicians who are obviously rising, to bring them together with financiers and industrialists who offer them wise words. It increases the chance of having a sensible global policy."
Originally posted by nOraKat
They identified many of the Bilderberg hikers: Tsoukalis Loukas, Germany, President ELIAMEP; James Orbinski, Canada, Professor of Medicine and Political Science; Fu Ying, China, Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs; Li Cheng, USA, Senior Fellow and Director of Research of the John Thornton China Center; Mandelson Peter, U.K., Member of House of Lords and Chairman Global Council; Richard Lambert, U.K., Chancellor University of Warwick and Former Director General of CBI; Kroes Neelie, Netherlands, Vice President European Commission and Commissioner for Digital Agenda; Franco Bernabe, Italy, CEO Telecom Italia SpA; Thomas Enders, Germany, CEO Airbus SAS; Jacob Wallenberg, Sweden, Swedish banker and industrialist; Rory Steward, U.K., Member of Parliament; Jurg Witmer, Switzerland, Chairman Givaudan SA and Clariant AG; Eric Emerson-Schmidt, USA, Executive Chariman Google Inc.; Groth Hans, Switzerland, Senior Director Pfizer Europe; Peer Steinbruck, Germany, Former German Finance Minister.
It's really interesting to Google and look these people up..
In my opinion, these people do not strike me as sinister, bent on dominating or enslaving the world.
Every time I examine groups like this, or something like the CFR, I find basically well-educated people with honest faces. They seem to me like reasonable educated people. I cannot imagine them plotting sinister things like 9-11. (Anybody who objects to 9-11 being a deliberate plot, please don't post here. Your opinions don't deserve to be heard.) Not that we know that 9-11 was a sinister plot. For all we know it has good intentions, though it does not seem so.
So if it is the case that some group is stirring up wars and other things detrimental to the conditions of humans on this Earth, who may they be? Is it these people in the video? Who would want detrimental conditions for humans? (..especially, if plotted as a group, and why?)
A group of people to plot things that are detrimental to the Earth and the human condition.. I just don't buy it. However, to plot the acquisition of capital and political leverage/power as a group, and the results of that having negative repercussions due to shortsightedness/ignorance, having a lack of consideration/concern for others, or selfish greed.. now that I find to be more realistic.
Originally posted by citizenoftheworld
reply to post by nOraKat
why would you think in the first place at all these people come together to plot about something like 9-11 or some kind of NWO or whatever. Why everything needs to be a conspiracy? These persons are all well respected people in their industries like you said. Neelie Kroes (she is from my country, The Netherlands) for example is a well respected Dutch politician and now Euro Commissioner for the European parliament. This woman is 71 years old, everyone in Holland is looking up to her, regardless from which political party she is. My point is that there is no reason for her to be in a secret plot. Most of the candidates change every year. Basically if you made it, you will be invited there at least once in your life. Because of their positions, they cannot speak publicly their minds and this conference is meant for that. Yes it is private, but it doesn't mean they secretly plot about whatever, I cannot simply believe that, it doesn't make any sense.