Bilderberg Group, an organization founded in 1954 by the global elite has once again dominated the Bloomberg Billionaires Index.
So what is the Bilderberg Group? The Bilderberg Group is a secretive organization who meets on a yearly basis to discuss political and economic issues that pertain to the Globalist Agenda. Many of the members of the Bilderberg Group are derived from both Government and Private organisations.
All Bilderberg Group meetings are held in secret, with no official record of who attends, the agenda and what deals have been agreed.
Records of Bilderberg Group participant lists are usually smuggled out from within the organisation by insiders and / or are published in their ‘official’ website (Many names are missing from their official list of attendees).
Ever since the Bilderberg Group was founded, very few records of the organisations agenda have ever been publicized. In fact, since 1954, there has been a media blackout on Bilderberg Group reporting.
Only recently have Activists been successful in forcing the main-stream media to report on Bilderberg Group meetings.
The following tables reveal official Bilderberg Group members who have been listed on the Bloomberg Billionaires Index.
|Rank||Name||Estimated Net Worth||Bilderberg Group Attendance (Year)|
|2||Bill Gates||$63.4 Billion||2010|
|4||Warren Buffett||$49.8 Billion||2009|
|8||Larry Ellison||$40.7 Billion||1999|
|9||Bernard Arnault||$29.8 Billion||1992|
|20||Jeff Bezos||$24.1 Billion||2011|
|26||George Soros||$21.6 Billion||1999|
So why should we be worried about the Bilderberg Group? THE primary concern with the activities of the Bilderberg Group is not the fact that the global elite are meeting with heads of states and government officials (That’s never going to end), it’s the fact that they meet in secret, behind closed doors without any record of what was discussed and or agreed.
Why did John Kerry (Appointed by President Obama as the next Secretary of State), Mark Carney (Newly appointed Governor of the Bank of England), Henry Kissinger, John Micklethwait (Editor-in-Chief, The Economist) and Robert Zoellick (President, The World Bank Group) have to meet in secret in 2012 (Chantilly, Virginia, USA)?
What were they talking about? What was their agenda? What promises were made (why and to whom were they made)? – theintelhub.com