This film, by Queralt Antu, explores the truth about Bilderberg’s club. David Rockefeller and Price Bernhard of the Netherlands founded this club in 1954. At the time two of the most important oil companies in the world: Shell and Exxon-Mobil were behind the club.
Once the original founders aged, Jacob Wallenberg, the largest shareholder in Ericson, took over along with Etienne Davignon from the European Commission.
Because his intention was to turn Bilderberg into the most powerful club on Earth, Wallenberg placed his niece’s husband, Kofi Annan, as manager of the club. Kofi Annan went on to empower the club and ended up as Secretary General of the United Nations. Today he is the UN’s Ambassador Extraordinaire in negotiation issues.
Bilderberg was originally created to be a sort of debate club or thinking club where people would come together to discuss issues related to politics, economy, and business. Eventually the members of the club wanted to have a say in political decisions and not be limited to just discussing them so they went on to become a sort of lobby. The idea of the group centers around money and how they believe that money works. That’s one of the reasons why the world’s wealthiest business people are also invited regularly to attend these meetings. The goal is not one world government, but one world company in which corporations have more power than the government.
The frightening thing about Bilderberg’s is the fact that everything is handled with extreme secrecy. Meetings take place behind closed doors that are guarded by armed men and nobody really knows what is being discussed or strategized. The process is absolutely not democratic because it’s hard for the news media to get names or even an agenda or transcript of what’s being discussed. People need to fight back when an undemocratic way of living comes into their midst but few people have even heard of Bilderberg and its yearly conferences.
The means of control used by the fifty or so members of this club is deep to the point that the majority of journalists have no clue about their existence and their influence on global politics and economy. According to one journalist, never mind what they’re talking about; the important point is that they’re talking and the press is not invited to attend the four-day conferences.
Do these club members deliberately provoke all the economical and social problems our world faces? Is everything we experience the manipulation of reality? Have you ever heard of the Bilderberg club?