Bilderberg Group is Calling Shots in the Middle East. (P 1/2)

Posted Date: Tuesday, June 13, 2017

13.06.2017 Author: Martin Berger There’s little chance that you could come across a geopolitical analyst these days who would disagree that a “behind-the-scenes power” is driving the worsening geopolitical situation, with Qatar becoming a primary target for all of its former allies. We’ve also seen a new terrorist attack in London, Therese May losing popular support and then the elections and a number of other significant political events. To understand the true interests driving these events, one must take a look at the results of the 65th annual meeting of the Bilderberg Group in the small town of Chantilly, Virginia. It requires a brief glimpse of what this club actually is. In one of its articles the Voltaire Net would note: The Bilderberg Group was created in 1954 by the CIA and MI6 in order to support the Atlantic Alliance. It was intended to gather personalities from the economic and media sectors with political and military leaders in order to sensitize civil society to the « Red peril ». Far from being a place for decision-making, this very exclusive club has historically been a forum where the elders had to juggle with their fidelity to London and Washington, and the younger members were expected to show that they could be trusted with the opposition to the Soviets. However, over time the role that the Bilderberg Group played in international affairs became larger, just like the positions of the G7 and G20 have improved considerably over recent years. When discussing the influence and wealth of this group, you may get the impression that many analysts are convinced that the group has its agents within the majority of governments around the world. According to some sources, the Bilderberg Group is plainly described as a defacto world government, since at its annual meetings discussions of supranational problems and proposed solutions are discussed at length, while a general direction that the world must follow is usually outlined. There is also a popular belief that this meeting features the wealthiest clans and their political agents, gathered at the annual discussion regarding the status quo and the next redistribution of world wealth, coordination of future activities and the development of the world’s leading countries and their possible steps. Therefore, it’s hardly surprising that the agenda of the 65th meeting of the Bilderberg Group was described as: “The Trump Administration: a Progress Report”. Therefore, there’s little room left for doubt about the nature of the Trump administration and its complete subordination to those rich and powerful interests that Trump would describe as a “swamp” during his election campaign. The group must be somewhat worried since it wanted to discuss the performance of the sitting administration after only four months in office, so the Trump team was eager to redeem itself by sending some of its prominent representatives to impress members of the gathering. Among the featured speakers was General Herbert Raymond McMaster, the sitting US National Security Advisor; Nadia Schadlow, a deputy assistant to the president and the NSC staffer in charge of writing the Trump administration’s official national security strategy; John O. Brennan, the former Director of the Central Intelligence Agency and now the Senior Advisor of Kissinger Associates Inc; David Petraeus, yet another former Director of the Central Intelligence Agency and a devoted friend to the Saudi royal family, the Chairman of the KKR Global Institute; Wilbur Ross, US Secretary of Commerce; Chris Liddell, the Assistant to the President Trump, and the Director of Strategic Initiatives in the White House.

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