As reported previously, starting today politicians, bankers, influential leaders, chiefs of major global businesses, even actors and pundits will meet at the 64th Bilderberg meeting, set to take place over the next three days at the Taschenbergpalais Hotel in Dresden, Germany, where the official agenda will be quite different from what will really be discussed (read this for a full breakdown).
Former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger is set to rub shoulders with disgraced ex-CIA (and current KKR director) Director David H. Petraeus, Philip M. Breedlove, former Supreme Allied Commander Europe, Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte, Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel, ex-British MI6 chief John Sawers and IMF boss Christine Lagarde at the
The conference, surrounded by tight hundreds of heavily armed guards and concrete blocks, is notoriously secretive in its discussions which take place under Chatham House rules (nothing can be revealed), and regularly attracts demonstrations against what critics describe as a global meeting of western capitalists, politicians and academics who wield great power behind the scenes.
No journalists are allowed to report on proceedings, however it will be attended by Richard Engel, chief Foreign Correspondent, NBC News, John Micklethwait, Editor-in-Chief, Bloomberg LP and Zanny Minton Beddoes, Editor-in-Chief of The Economist, which is owned by Rothschild, a name which figures intimately in all Bilderberg events.
Other visitors are certainly not welcome at the premises:
#Bilderberg Sends Threatening Eviction Notice To @infowars Reporters – pic.twitter.com/ibnIgQbzPQ
— Alex Jones (@RealAlexJones) June 8, 2016
This post was published at Zero Hedge by Tyler Durden – Jun 9, 2016.