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Who Is Bilderberg?

 

By the Staff of American Free Press

 

The Bilderberg Group takes its name from the hotel in Holland where the group met in 1954, during the earliest period of its inception. It meets regularly (presumably on a once-a-year basis) at various locations around the world, always in extreme secrecy, often at resorts controlled by either the Rockefeller or Rothschild families. The Rothschild family is the leading European force within the Bilderberg Group, sharing its power with the American-based Rockefeller empire.

Bilderberg has about 120 participants composed of elites from the United States and Western Europe, primarily from the NATO countries.

Representatives from the former Soviet Union and East Bloc countries attended recent gatherings, however. The globalist group maintains an extremely low profile and never publishes re ports or studies for the public, at least under its own official aegis.

Bilderberg participants and many newspapers have denied the group’s very existence for decades until forced into the open by the glare of media publicity, generated largely by the court-killed Spotlight and its newsletter-format predecessors, Liberty Letter and Liberty Lowdown.