Elites from the world of politics, media, Big Tech, business, and more, are in Washington DC for the 68th annual Bilderberg Group meeting.
The Bilderberg Group first meeting was in 1954, the agenda being building back Europe following the Second World War. It was organized by Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands, and was held at the Bilderberg Hotel located in Oosterbeek.
The list of attendees is often secret, but the organizers have confirmed a few people attending this year’s meeting, like former Google CEO Eric Schmidt, CIA Director William Burns, Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla, former CIA head David Petraeus, and Sen. Krysten Sinema (D-AZ). The Prime Minister for the Netherlands Mark Rutte is also in attendance, as well as Canada’s Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland who this year ordered banks to freeze the accounts of civil liberties protesters.
According to the Bilderberg website, the discussion in this year’s meeting will include:
- Geopolitical Realignment
- NATO Challenges
- Indo-Pacific Realignment
- Sino-US Tech Competition
- Continuity of Government and the Economy
- Disruption of the Global Financial System
- Energy Security and Sustainability
- Post Pandemic Health
- Fragmentation of Democratic Societies
- Trade and Deglobalization
As can be seen from the list, the group plans to discuss, behind closed doors, a way to combat “Disinformation.”
The idea of censoring “disinformation” or “misinformation” has rapidly escalated in recent years, particularly through the pandemic when it was discovered that labeling something as such as a fast way to get it censored….