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The Westfields Marriott hotel just outside Washington D.C. which currently plays host to elitists of the Bilderberg group is officially closed and off-limits to the general public. This information comes from a Propaganda visitor who tried to sneak in.

This security lockdown confirms, if anyone was in doubt, that world leaders in business, banking, government and the media have convened for their annual confab. In the only mainstream coverage of the event,
BBC World Service reported that hotel employees stated there was no conference or 'big event' taking place at all. The BBC's Bill Hayton asked "There's nothing being organised by the Bilderberg group then?" and received the reply "I don't even know who they are" from the hotel's Executive Office.

The following short report comes from the mother of Suzi Harvey (name withheld), who managed to encounter the outer perimeter of Bilderberg security yesterday.

"Here is the narrative of my drive to Westfields Conference Center on May 30, 2002.

As I approached the left turn lane into the Westfields Conference Center, I noticed a black Lincoln parked half way down the turn lane. I drove past him and then moved into the left turn lane. The entrance drive looked like it usually does until I turned a corner and saw this sign.
I continued down the entrance drive. Around the next corner sat a Fairfax Virginia police car with a policeman standing next to it. Behind him were three or four men in black suits who were wearing sun glasses. They were standing in a military stance. One put a hand out and stepped toward my car. I just told him that I didn't realize the Marriott was closed to the public and asked where I could turn around. He pointed ahead to a wide space in the road. I turned around and left. When I rounded the corner out of their sight, I stopped at the sign I had
passed and wrote down what it said so I wouldn't misquote it later.

At the end of the drive, I stopped to turn right and saw that the same Lincoln was still parked in the left turn lane.  They probably have my license number and will know all about me soon."
Westfield Marriotts Hotel
The lobby of the Westfields Marriott hotel has a soaring cathedral ceiling, imparting a sense of grandeur. Very suitable for the Bilderberg elitists.
The Westfields Marriott board room is perfect for the more intimate needs of Bilderbergers when discussing the New World Order agenda.
Larger conference rooms have plenty of room for the 120 or so Bilderberg participants that attend each year.
Veteran Spotlight reporter Jim Tucker, who regularly infiltrates the outer security of Bilderberg, noted that at last years May 24th meeting in Stenungsund, Sweden, there seemed to be a plethora of Arab individuals in attendance. He then made the prediction that the Middle East would become an imminent political hot potato. We all know what happened as a result of September 11th.

This year, the globalists will focus on the next stage in the 'War on Terrorism.' Tucker believes the Bilderbergers, in a similar fashion to the Bush administration, are split on whether or not to invade Iraq. The final say is likely to go to Secretary of State Colin Powell and Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld. They are Bilderberg members, Cheney and Bush are not.

The escalating Pakistan-India conflict will also be an obvious topic for discussion, especially as the infamous Carlye Group are in total control of its destiny. Via British based BAE systems,
Carlyle are arming both sides. Carlyle and Bilderberg have an interlocking membership. Former US and British leaders George Bush and John Major are high-level members of both groups.

As usual, there has been a complete mainstream press blackout of the four day meeting. Not one single report has surfaced in the print media. Last year, the only outlets to report the Sweden meeting were the London Guardian and Reuters (owned by Bilderberg).

Reuters - 'Secretive Bilderberg group to meet in Sweden'

"EU enlargement and the bloc's military role, NATO's future and developments in Russia and China will top the agenda when senior Western business leaders, politicians and a sprinkle of royalty meet in Sweden this week. Invited as speakers, Bill Clinton and Tony Blair were groomed at Bilderberg meetings before rising to fame as U.S. President and British Prime Minister respectively."

London Guardian - 'Weekend break for the global elite'

"The annual meeting of the secretive Bilderberg group is underway, much to the delight of the conspiracy theorists, writes Madeleine Bunting.",4273,4193031,00.html

Both articles largely whitewash the issue and play down its significance. Ask yourself this - if 120 of the world's top movie stars met in secret surrounded by sophisticated security, do you think the media would be interested?

In 2002, not one mainstream print media article has surfaced concerning the meeting, despite its location being just outside the capital of the planet's biggest superpower. A meeting of the biggest players on the biggest stage and only one mainstream report. A BBC World Service Europe Today audio segment.

Update - The Salzburg messenger ran a small blurb on the Bilderberg conference on June 1st. It's a little strange that they didn't name the venue. Its location has been common knowledge for months.


Translation: "After two days of meetings in Washington SPÖ (social democratic party of Austria) chief Alfred Gusenbauer and his predecessor Franz Vranitzky take part in the "Bilderberg Conference.". At this meeting of high-ranking international personalities from politics, economy and culture, current topics are being discussed. The meeting place has not been disclosed for security reasons."

Other related links:

Bilderberg Batters Bush; But Unity remains on NWO - American Free Press

Bilderbergers Reduced to Chain Hotel - The Village Voice


Bilderberg group meeting near D.C - World Net Daily

Chantilly Virginia Confirmed as 2002 Bilderberg Venue - Tony Gosling,

Transcript of the BBC World Service Report



Maps of the Chantilly area - World Action
The 50th Bilderberg Meeting will be held in Chantilly, Virginia, U.S.A., 30 May-2 June 2002. Among other subjects the Conference will discuss Terrorism, Trade, Post Crisis Reconstruction, Middle East, Civil Liberties, US Foreign Policy, Extreme Right, World Economy, Corporate Governance. Approximately 120 participants from North America and Europe will attend the discussions. The meeting is private in order to encourage frank and open discussion.

Bilderberg takes its name from the hotel in Holland, where the first meeting took place in May 1954. That pioneering meeting grew out of the concern expressed by leading citizens on both sides of the Atlantic that Western Europe and North America were not working as closely as they should on common problems of critical importance. It was felt that regular, off-the-record discussions would help create a better understanding of the complex forces and major trends affecting Western nations in the difficult post war period. The cold war has now ended. But in practically all respects there are more, not fewer, common problems - from trade to jobs, from monetary policy to investment, from ecological challenges to the task of promoting international security. It is hard to think of any major issue in either Europe or North America whose unilateral solution would not have repercussions for the other. Thus the concept of a European-American forum has not been overtaken by time. The dialogue between these two regions is still - even increasingly - critical.

What is unique about Bilderberg as a forum is the broad cross-section of leading citizens that are assembled for nearly three days of informal and off-the-record discussion about topics of current concern especially in the fields of foreign affairs and the international economy; the strong feeling among participants that in view of the differing attitudes and experiences of the Western nations, there remains a clear need to further develop an understanding in which these concerns can be accommodated; the privacy of the meetings, which has no purpose other than to allow participants to speak their minds openly and freely. In short, Bilderberg is a small flexible, informal and off-the-record international forum in which different viewpoints can be expressed and mutual understanding enhanced.

Bilderberg's only activity is its annual Conference. At the meetings, no resolutions are proposed, no votes taken, and no policy statements issued. Since 1954, forty-nine conferences have been held. The names of the participants are made available to the press. Participants are chosen for their experience, their knowledge, and their standing; all participants attend Bilderberg in a private and not an official capacity. There are usually about 120 participants of whom about two-thirds come from Europe and the balance from North America. About one-third are from government and politics, and two-thirds from finance, industry, labor, education, communications.

Participants have agreed not to give interviews to the press during the meeting. In contacts with the news media after the conference it is an established rule [ref. Chatham House Rule] that no attribution should be made to individual participants of what was discussed during the meeting.

There will be no press conference. A list of participants is appended.

Chantilly, Virginia, U.S.A.
30 May - 2 June 2002


Honorary Chairman
Davignon, Etienne
Vice Chairman, Société Générale de Belgique

USA  Allaire, Paul A. - Former Chairman and CEO, Xerox Corporation

CDN  Baillie, A. Charles - Chairman and CEO, TD Bank Financial Group

GB  Balls, Edward - Chief Economic Advisor to the Treasury

P  Balsemão, Francisco Pinto - Professor of Communication Science, New University, Lisbon; Chairman of IMPRESA, S.G.P.S.

F  Belot, Jean de - Editor-in-Chief, Le Figaro

USA  Bergsten, C. Fred - Director, Institute for International Economics

N  Bernander, John G. - Director General, Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation

CDN  Black, Conrad M. - Chairman, Telegraph Group Ltd.

INT  Bolkestein, Frits - Commissioner, European Commission

P  Borges, António - Vice Chairman and Managing Director, Goldman Sachs

USA  Boyd, Charles G. - President and CEO, Business Executives for National Security

F  Castries, Henri de - Chairman of the Board, AXA

E  Cebrián, Juan Luis - CEO, Prisa (El Pais)

F  Collomb, Bertrand - Chairman and CEO, Lafarge

CH  Couchepin, Pascal - Federal Councillor; Head of the Federal Department of Economic Affairs

GB  Dahrendorf, Ralf - Member, House of Lords; Former Warden, St. Antony's College, Oxford

USA  Dam, Kenneth W. - Deputy Secretary, US Department of Treasury

GR  David, George A. - Chairman of the Board, Coca-Cola H.B.C. S.A.

USA  David-Weill, Michel A. - Chairman, Lazard Frères & Co.

TR  Dervis, Kemal - Minister of Economic Affairs

USA  Deutch, John M. - Institute Professor, MIT

USA  Dinh, Viet D. Assistant Attorney General for Office of Policy Development

USA  Donilon, Thomas E. - Executive Vice President, Fannie Mae

I  Draghi, Mario - Vice Chairman and Managing Director, Goldman Sachs International

USA  Eizenstat, Stuart - Covington & Burling

DK  Eldrup, Anders - Chairman of the Board of Directors, Danish Oil & Gas Consortium

USA  Feldstein, Martin S. - President and CEO, NAtional Bureau of Economic Research

P  Ferreira, Elisa Guimarães - Member of Parliament, Former Minister of Planning

USA  Foley, Thomas S. - Partner, Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld

INT  Fortescue, Adrian - Director General, Justice and Internal Affairs, European Commission

CDN  Frum, David - American Enterprise Institute; Former Special Assistant to President Bush

F  Gergorin, Jean-Louis - Executive Vice President, Strategic Coordination, EADS

USA  Gigot, Paul A. - Editorial Page Editor, The Wall Street Journal

USA  Greenspan, Alan - Chairman, Federal Reserve System

NL  Groenink, Rijkman W.J. - Chairman of the Board, ABN AMRO Bank N.V.

A  Gusenbauer, Alfred - Member of Parliament; Chairman, Social Democratic Party

NL  Halberstadt, Victor - Professor of Economics, Leiden University; Former Honorary Secretary General of Bilderberg Meetings

USA  Hills, Carla A. - Chairman and CEO, Hills & Company, International Consultants

USA  Hoagland, Jim - Associate Editor, The Washington Post

USA  Hubbard, Allan B. - President, E&A Industries

USA  Hutchison, Kay Bailey - Senator (Republican, Texas)

B  Huyghebaert, Jan - Chairman, Almanij N.V.

D  Ischinger, Wolfgang - Ambassador to the US

USA  James, Charles A. - Assistant Attorney General for Antitrust

USA  Johnson, James A. - Vice Chairman, Perseus, L.L.C.

USA  Jordan, Jr., Vernon E. - Managing Director, Lazard Frères & Co. LLC

USA  Kissinger, Henry A. - Chairman, Kissinger Associates, Inc.

NL  Kist, Ewald - Chairman of the Board ING N.V.

NL  Kleisterlee, Gerard J. - President and CEO, Royal Philips Elecronics

D  Kopper, Hilmar - Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Deutsche Bank AG

USA  Krauthammer, Charles - Columnist, The Washington Post

USA  Kravis, Henry R. - Founding Partner, Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co.

USA  Kravis, Marie-Josée - Senior Fellow - Hudson Institute Inc.

CH  Kudelski, André - Chairman of the Board & CEO, Kudelski Group

USA  LaFalce, John J. - Congressman (Democrat, New York)

USA  Leschly, Jan - Chairman & CEO, Care Capital LLC

F  Lévy-Lang, André - Former Chairman, Paribas

B  Lippens, Maurice - Chairman, Fortis

USA  Mathews, Jessica T. - President, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

USA  McAuliffe, Terry - Chairman, Democratic National Committee

USA  McDonough, William J. - President and CEO, Federal Reserve Bank of New York

E  Miguel, Ramón de - Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

USA  Mitchell, Andrea - Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondant, NBC News

F  Moïsi, Dominique - Deputy Director, French Institute of International Relations

F  Montbrial, Thierry de - Director, French Institute of International Relations

USA  Moskow, Michael H. - President, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago

N  Myklebust, Egil - Chairman, Norsk Hydro ASA

FIN  Ollia, Jorma - Chairman of the Board and CEO, Nokia Corporation

TR  Özaydinlí, Bulend - CEO, Koç Holding A.S.

INT  Padoa-Schioppa, Tommaso - Member of the Executive Board, European Central Bank

GR  Papahelas, Alexis - Foreign policy columnist. TO VIMA

USA  Pearl, Frank H. - Chairman and CEO, Perseus, L.L.C.

USA  Perle, Richard N. - Resident Fellow, American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research

D  Polenz, Ruprecht - Member of Parliament, CDU/CSU

USA  Prestowitz, Jr., Clyde V. - President, Economic Strategy Institute

USA  Racicot, Mark - Chairman, Republican National Committee

USA  Raines, Franklin D. - Chairman and CEO, Fannie Mae

A  Randa, Gerhard - Chairman and CEO, Bank Austria AG

USA  Rattner, Steven - Managing Principal, Quadrangle Group LLC

CDN  Reisman, Heather - President and CEO, Indigo Books and Music Inc.

USA  Rockefeller, David - Member, JP Morgan International Council

E  Rodriguez Inciarte, Matías - Executive Vice Chairman, Banco Santander Central Hispano

GB  Roll, Eric - Senior Adviser, UBS Warburg Ltd.

USA  Rose, Charlie - Producer, Rose Communications

F  Roy, Olivier - University Professor and Researcher, CNRS

USA  Rumsfeld, Donald H. - Secretary of Defense

TR  Sanberk, Özdem - Director, Turkish Economic and Social Studies Foundation

D  Schrempp, Jurgen E. - Chairman of the Board of Management, DaimlerChrysler AG

D  Schulz, Ekkehard - Chairman, ThyssenKrupp AG

F  Schweitzer, Louis - Chairman and CEO, Renault S.A.

DK  Seidenfaden, Tøger - Editor-in-Chief, Politiken

F  Seillière, Ernest-Antoine - Chairman and CEO, CGIP

RUS  Shevtsova, Lilia - Senior Associate, Carnegie Moscow Center

USA  Siegman, Henry - Council on Foreign Relations

USA  Soros, George - Chairman, Soros Fund Management

USA  Steinberg, James B. - Vice President and Director, Foreign Policy Studies Program

N  Stoltenberg, Jens - Leader of the Opposition (Social Democratic Party)

USA  Summers, Lawrence H. - President, Harvard University

IRL  Sutherland, Peter D. - Chairman and Managing Director, Goldman Sachs International; Chairman BP Amoco

FIN  Taxell, Christoffer - President and CEO, Partek Oyj

USA  Thoman, G. Richard - Senior Advisor, Evercore Partners Inc.

USA  Thornton, John L. - President and co-CEO, The Goldman Sachs Group Inc.

FIN  Tiilikainen, Teija H. - Director of Research, Centre for European Studies

S  Treschow, Michael - Chairman, Ericsson

F  Trichet, Jean-Claude - Governor, Banque de France

CH  Vasella, Daniel L. - Chairman and CEO, Novartis AG

USA  Vink, Lodewijk J. R. de - Chairman, Global Health Care Partners; Credit Suisse First

A  Vranitzky, Franz - Former Federal Chancellor

S  Wallenberg, Jacob - Chairman of the Board, Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken

CDN  Whyte, Kenneth - Editor, The National Post

GB  Williams, Gareth - Leader, House of Lords; Member of the Cabinet

INT  Wolfensohn, James D. - President, The World Bank

D  Zumwinkel, Klaus - Chairman of the Board of Management, Deutsche Post AG
Left to right: an AFP photographer caught Alan Greenspan and his wife, NBC correspondent Andrea Mitchell, arriving at the “wedding” at the Westfields Marriott. Mitchell was later photographed leaving Westfields on her way out. NBC neglected to report on Bilderberg, let alone Greenspan’s attendance; Bilderberg luminary David Rockefeller and security guards reach the Westfields Marriott; Exceeding its mandate against operating in the U.S? An unidentified CIA officer questioned AFP reporters and photographers documenting Bilderberg. Notice the CIA pin on the lapel.