Thursday, February 19, 2009

The Secret of Oz

Australia to implement mandatory internet censorship

yep this looks like the beginning of the end of free speech in the
so called free world. Australia is the pilot training rollout, then
it will come to canada, europe and u.s. Check it out:,21985,24568137-2862,00.html

Friday, February 13, 2009

List of Bilderg Attendees

List of Bilderberg attendees is a list of prominent persons who have attended one or more conferences organized by the Bilderberg Group. The list is currently organized by category. It is not a complete list and it includes both living and deceased people. Where known, the year(s) they attended are denoted in brackets.

The Bilderberg Group or Bilderberg conference is an unofficial annual invitation-only conference of around 130 guests, most of whom are persons of influence in the fields of business, media, and politics.

The elite group meets annually at luxury hotels or resorts throughout the world, normally in Europe, once every four years in the United States or Canada. It has an office in Leiden, South Holland, Netherlands.[1] They met at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Istanbul, Turkey for the June 2007 meeting.[2] The 56th Bilderberg meeting took place June 6-8, 2008 at the Westfields Marriott in Chantilly, Virginia.


Media Controversy

While it is easily verifiable that the Bilderberg group does indeed meet and has a conference every year, there seems to be an unfair media blackout on this prominent event. Based on footage obtained by Alex Jones in his documentary film ENDGAME, it is clear that highly influential people really do arrive. Considering the depth of coverage the news media of North America did on Anna Nicole Smith, it is unequivocally odd that little to no mention of this prominent event is ever made. Therefore, due to the bias in the media, it cannot be looked on as a source. This list represents an emerging elucidation on the mysterious Bilderberg group. Unless the media wants to raise up and start providing its own facts for verification and comparison, the best sources on this event will remain to be the brief mentions of daring journalists, private investigators, film makers, book writers, and eye witness testimony and footage.



United States


SOURCES for the following EDITS MARKED *** by YEAR of the Bilderberg guest lists: 1954 - George W. Ball Papers, Seeley G. Mudd Manuscript Library at Princeton University, as transcribed and placed online by 1957 - Source: 1971 - The Washington Observer Newsletter, 15 May 1971 edition, Number 199, see headline "Controller's Confab". Available here in uploaded documents. 1978 - George W. Ball Papers, Seeley G. Mudd Manuscript Library at Princeton University, as transcribed and placed online by 1981 - George W. Ball Papers, Seeley G. Mudd Manuscript Library at Princeton University, as transcribed and placed online by 1985 - George W. Ball Papers, Seeley G. Mudd Manuscript Library at Princeton University, as transcribed and placed online by

United Kingdom




















Czech Republic

  • Karel Schwarzenberg (2008), Czech Minister of Foreign Affairs

  • Jiří Pehe (2001), Director, New York University in Prague; former advisor to President Václav Havel

  • Michael Žantovský (1999), Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defense and Security, Czech Senate, presently Czech Ambassador in Israel

  • Karel Kovanda (1998), Head of Mission of the Czech Republic to NATO and the WEU, presently Deputy Director General responsible for CFSP, Multilateral Relations and North America, East Asia, Australia, New Zealand, EEA, EFTA






New Zealand

EU Commissioners

European Union Commissioners who have attended include:

UN, WTO, NATO and other International Organizations



Financial institutions

Major corporations

University, institute and other academic





  1. ^ Asian Times 22-5-2003

  2. ^ Turkish Daily News, June 5, 2007

  3. ^ "Bilderberg strikes again". Asia Times. May 10, 2005. 

  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q "Bilderberg Meeting of 1997 Assembles". PR Newswire. June 13, 1997. 

  5. ^ "George W. Ball Papers, 1880s-1994" (PDF). Princeton University Library. 

  6. ^ a b c Bill Hayton (29 September 2005). "Inside the secretive Bilderberg Group". BBC. 

  7. ^ a b Kenneth Maxwell (2004). "The Case of the Missing Letter in Foreign Affairs:: Kissinger, Pinochet and Operation Condor". David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies. 

  8. ^ "Herter, Christian Archibald, 1895-1966. Papers: Guide.". Houghton Library, Harvard. 

  9. ^ a b Hatch, Alden (1962). H.R.H.Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands: An authorized biography. London: Harrap. ISBN B0000CLLN4. 

  10. ^ a b c d e Parliamentary questions - 11 December 1998 - WRITTEN QUESTION by Patricia McKenna (V) to the European Commission

  11. ^ Register of Members' Interests

  12. ^ [ House commons register of interests

  13. ^ Kenneth Clarke MP, Rushcliffe (

  14. ^ "Register of Members' Interests - George Osborne". United Kingdom Parliament. 19 September 2006. 

  15. ^ "Register of Lords Interests - Lord Roll of Ipsden". United Kingdom Parliament. October 1, 2004. 

  16. ^ Thatcher Papers, Catalogue of material, Pre-1979 personal papers, p.28

  17. ^ a b c "Bilderberg 2006 List". American Free Press. June 19, 2006. 

  18. ^ a b c "Answer given by Mr Prodi on behalf of the Commission". European Parliament. 15 May 2003. 

  19. ^ British House of Commons - Register of Journalists' Interests

  20. ^ Valerie Aubourg (June 2003). Organizing Atlanticism: the Bilderberg Group and the Atlantic Institute 1952-63. 

  21. ^ Caroline Moorehead (April 18, 1977). "Times Profile: The Bilderberg Group". The Times. 

EU Commissioners

Register of members interests at the British House of Commons

Discussion on the topic of Bilderberg at the House of Commons

External links