4 things we know about the secretive Bilderberg Group and 1 thing we’ll never know

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People who attend the events do not, as a rule, talk about the specifics of what was discussed. This includes politicians whose job is to represent their constituents.

There are no minutes taken of the meetings, and no reports are made of any conclusions reached. No votes are taken and no policies proscribed. Journalists trying to interview participants at meetings have previously been arrested.

The specifics of most international summits and meetings tend to be fairly opaque, but some public announcement is usually made as to conclusions reached.

Not so with the Bilderberg Group; the global establishment departs as quietly as it arrives.

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1 thought on “4 things we know about the secretive Bilderberg Group and 1 thing we’ll never know”

  1. Bilderberg Group? And no one can use the advanced electronic technology of today to sit in on the meeting?
    Doesn’t seem likely to me in a world full of drones, some of which are so small as to look like a fly on the wall.
    Or even so small as to be a dot on a page.
    These people are a decoy.
    The real meeting is probably being held somewhere no one suspects.

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