Bilderberg to Meet In Europe Again
• Early reports indicate secretive cabal may meet in Austria in 2015.
By Mark Anderson —
A five-star conference center in the majestic Austrian Alps may be the site of the 63rd Bilderberg meeting next year, most likely sometime in late spring.
The anticipated location of Bilderberg 2015 is in the Tyrol region at the Interalpen Hotel, a picturesque facility in western Austria. The Local, “an English-language digital news publisher with local editions in Sweden, Germany, France, Spain, Switzerland, Norway, Denmark, Austria and Italy,” and “the largest English-language news network in Europe with more than four million readers every month,” reported August 26 that it’s widely believed the Bilderbergers will gather at that hotel, likely in early June.
This confab of bank bosses, media moguls, corporate captains, finance ministers, prime ministers, top politicians, technology gurus, select royalty and think-tank fellows most recently met in Copenhagen, Denmark in May, 2014. This writer was on the scene well before the Bilderbergers arrived, maintaining this newspaper’s leadership covering this cabal, as started by the late Bilderberg hound James P. Tucker, Jr., at the request of Willis A. Carto.
The world-planning group was quietly born in 1954, with the express shadow agenda of consolidating Europe, leading to the European Union (EU) and the gradual but forceful tearing down of the sovereignty of individual European nations. Today, one key Bilderberg goal, among many, which this newspaper has revealed, is a contemplated “fiscal union” to arrange for the 28 EU member states to surrender their taxation and budgeting to EU “central command” in Brussels.
One of the Bilderberg 2014 agenda items—simply named “Ukraine” in the superficial press releases the group posts online—is strongly suspected to be an influence at the upcoming North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) summit September 4-5 in Wales. There, British Prime Minister David Cameron, a frequent Bilderberg attendee, is reportedly leading a meeting that contemplates naval, air and land moves against Russia—as NATO, a Bilderberg ally, aggressively extends its eastward reach.
The web posting on the summit shows just how high a priority NATO places on countering so-called Russian aggression. It states, in part:
“NATO’s Wales summit comes at a critical time in the alliance’s history. The global security environment is dangerous and unpredictable. Russia’s actions against Ukraine have challenged the fundamental principles of a Europe whole, free and at peace,” adding, “The Alliance will take further steps to enhance its partnership with Ukraine,” without acknowledging, however, that the NATO-backed regime in Kiev continues to brutally attack pro-Russian “rebels” and many innocents in East Ukraine, while Russian soldiers, stationed in the Crimean region where they maintain a naval base, evidently have not fired a shot.
Globe-straddling free-trade deals that harm entire economies also are widely supported by the Bilderbergers, their brethren in the Trilateral Commission and in the many think tanks that AMERICAN FREE PRESS has covered to show the interrelations between these groups.
A reliable AFP media contact, who goes by the name of “Freeman” and operates a German-language website, posted a story saying that Austrian police have confirmed Bilderberg’s next meeting in Austria. The Bilderbergers’ 1988 meeting was held at the very same Tyrolean hotel. The first Austrian Bilderberg meeting was held in 1979.
AFP Roving Editor Mark Anderson is a veteran reporter who covers the annual Bilderberg meetings and is chairman of AFP’s new America First Action Committee, designed to involve AFP readers in focusing intensely on Congress to enact key changes, including monetary reform and a pullback of the warfare state. He and his wife Angie often work together on news projects. Write to Mark at firstname.lastname@example.org.