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he Sun has set on Bilderberg 2007 in Istanbul, Turkey. After a sumptuous lunchon this warm and sunny 3rd June, most Bilderbergers returned to their countriesof choice, freshly armed with precise instructions from the Steering Committeeon how to proceed in covertly expanding the powers of One World Government.Amongst this year's luminaries in attendance were: Henry Kissinger; Henry Kravis of KKR; Marie-Josée Kravis of Hudson Institute; Vernon Jordan; Etienne Davignon,Bilderberg Group President; Her Majesty Queen Beatrix of The Netherlands, daughter of one of the founders, Prince Bernhard; and the King and Queen of Spain.As a rhetorical question, can someone please explain to me how it is that progressiveliberals such as John Edwards and Hillary Clinton as well as do-gooder humanitarianswith multiple social projects on the go, such as David Rockefeller and every Royal Housein Europe, can perennially attend Bilderberg meetings knowing that the final objective of this despicable group of hoodlums is a fascist One World Empire? How could it beorchestrated?The idea is to give to each country a political constitution and an appropriate nationaleconomic structure, organised for the following purposes: (1) to place political powerinto the hands of chosen people and eliminate all intermediaries; (2) to establish amaximum concentration of industries and suppress all unwarranted competition; (3) toestablish absolute control of prices of all goods and raw materials (Bilderbergers make itpossible through their iron-grip control of The World Bank, the International MonetaryFund and the World Trade Organization); and (4) to create judicial and social institutionsthat would prevent all extremes of action.
Although participants emphatically attest that they attend the Club's annual meeting asprivate citizens and not in their official government capacity, that affirmation is dubious—particularly when you compare the Chatham House Rule with the Logan Act in the UnitedStates, where it is absolutely illegal for elected officials to meet in private with influentialbusiness executives to debate and design public policy.Bilderberg meetings follow a traditional protocol founded in 1919, in the wake of theParis Peace Conference held at Versailles, by the Royal Institute of International Affairs(RIIA) based at Chatham House in London. While the name Chatham House iscommonly used to refer to the Institute itself, the Royal Institute of International Affairs isthe foreign policy executive arm of the British monarchy.According to RIIA procedures: "When a meeting, or part thereof, is held under theChatham House Rule, participants are free to use the information received, but neither theidentity nor the affiliation of the speaker(s), nor that of any other participant, may berevealed; nor may it be mentioned that the information was received at a meeting of theInstitute."The Logan Act was intended to prohibit United States citizens without authority frominterfering in relations between the United States and foreign governments. However,there have been a number of judicial references to the Act, and it is not uncommon for itto be used as a political weapon.Those who have attended Bilderberg Group meetings over the years and flouted theLogan Act include: Allen Dulles (CIA); Senator William J. Fulbright (from Arkansas, aRhodes Scholar); Dean Acheson (Secretary of State under President Truman); NelsonRockefeller and Laurance Rockefeller; former President Gerald Ford; Henry J. Heinz II
Discussions at the 2007 Bilderberg Group meetings covered concerns over the World Bank presidency,Russia's muscle- flexing on energy issues and the failure of US-led NATO forces in Afghanistan.
byDaniel Estulin
© June 2007
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(former CEO, H. J. Heinz Co.); Thomas L. Hughes (formerPresident of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace);Robert S. McNamara (President Kennedy's Secretary of Defenseand former President of the World Bank); William P. Bundy(former President of the Ford Foundation, and former editor of theCouncil on Foreign Relations'
Foreign Affairs
 journal); John J.McCloy (former President of Chase Manhattan Bank); George F.Kennan (former US Ambassador to the Soviet Union); Paul H.Nitze (former representative of Schroeder Bank; Nitze played avery prominent role in matters of arms control agreements, whichhave always been under the direction of the RIIA); Robert O.Anderson (former Chairman, Atlantic Richfield Co., andChairman, Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies); John D.Rockefeller IV (former Governor of West Virginia, now USSenator); Cyrus Vance (Secretary of State under PresidentCarter); Eugene Black (former President of the World Bank); Joseph Johnson (formerPresident, Carnegie Endowment forInternational Peace); Gen. Andrew J.Goodpaster (former Supreme AlliedCommander in Europe, and laterSuperintendent of West Point Academy);Zbigniew Brzezinski (National SecurityAdviser to President Carter, co-founder of theTrilateral Commission); General AlexanderHaig (once European NATO Commander,former assistant to Henry Kissinger, and laterSecretary of State under President Reagan);James S. Rockefeller (former President andChairman, First National City Bank,now Citibank).
Thanks to our inside sources at theconference, we have compiled what webelieve to be an accurate and a crediblemodel of the Bilderberg 2007conclusions. Following is a summaryof some key points with someadditional commentary added. Othersubjects discussed were climate changeand global warming, Turkey's role inthe new European Union, World Bankreforms, Middle East geopolitics, the conflict in Iraq, Iran'spotential nuclear threat, and the future of democracy andpopulism.
Robert Zoellick and The World Bank
The United States delegation is standing unanimously behindRobert Zoellick's candidacy as the next President of The WorldBank. Zoellick is a 53-year-old Wall Street executive, a formerofficial in two Bush administrations and a free-marketfundamentalist. During the meeting, he pledged "to work torestore confidence in the bank". "We need to put our differencesaside and focus on the future together. I believe that the WorldBank's best days are still to come," Zoellick said. The chances of Zoellick not being approved for the presidency are slim to none.The final decision is to be made in late June by the bank's 24-member board of directors.The United States and Europe have a tacit agreement betweenthem that the World Bank's President should always be a USnational, while its sister institution, the International MonetaryFund (IMF), should always be headed by a European.Nevertheless, according to our sources at the conference,European Bilderbergers are not at all pleased with continuing thestatus quo, in which the US nominates a single candidate afterinformal consultations with World Bank members.The Zoellick nomination also appears to short-circuitburgeoning calls for reform of this selection process at the WorldBank, one of the cornerstones of the global financial architectureas designed by the victors of World War II. One BelgianBilderberger proposed "a merit-based selection process, withoutregard to nationality", something which will obviously bediscarded by the inept Bush administration. What is quiteremarkable is that on several occasions European Bilderbergersopenly rejected the current model, saying "the nomination reeksof double standards", especially because both the USA and theWorld Bank preach accountability andtransparency to developing countries—themain clients of the bank.But with the IMF under the control of aSpaniard, Rodrigo Rato, and the EuropeanCentral Bank headed by a Frenchman, Jean-Claude Trichet, it was difficult to imagine thatthe USA would give up control of the WorldBank. Only the US Federal Reserve wouldremain in the hands of the Americans."Replacing one Bush appointee withanother will not resolve the fundamentalgovernance problems of the World Bank,"said one Scandinavian. "Membergovernments should reject a back-doordeal that leaves the bank's governancestructure intact, and should press for anopen, merit-based selection process," hesaid.Zoellick's name also raised eyebrowsamong development groups for his closeties to the US establishment andcorporate interests.One of the attendees (I have not beenable to confirm this individual's identity)asked Zoellick how he was planning topatch up relationships with Third andFourth World nations when he is bestremembered during his tenure as USTrade Representative for arm-twisting poor nations' governmentsto adhere to US-imposed intellectual-property laws that makemedicines, for example, unaffordable in the developing world.Zoellick has been a close friend to the brand-name pharmaceuticalindustry, and the bilateral trade agreements he has negotiatedeffectively block access to generic medications for millions of people.However, what has really riled both the American andEuropean delegates is the fact that the World Bank's dirty linen isbeing washed in public, thanks in great part to Paul Wolfowitzand his ineptness, which incidentally he has blamed on the press.[
On 25 June, Robert Zoellick was unanimouslyelected President of The World Bank for a five-year term, takingover from Paul Wolfowitz on 1 July. In a statement posted athttp://www.worldbank.org, he said: "Once I start at the WorldBank, I will be eager to meet the people who drive the agenda of overcoming poverty in all regions, with particular attention toAfrica, advancing social and economic development, investing ingrowth, and encouraging hope, opportunity and dignity."]
The United States andEurope have a tacitagreement betweenthem that theWorld Bank's Presidentshould always be aUS national, whileits sister institution,the InternationalMonetary Fund (IMF),should always beheaded by a European.
Relations with Russia
Another issue of great concern to both American and EuropeanBilderbergers is Russia's current muscle-flexing on the issue of energy. The controversy over the TNK-BP licence, BP's Russianventure, is just one of many circumstances causing anger amongstthe globalist elite.One American Bilderberger said that after years of economicstagnation, "Russia is acting against unipolarity's accommodatingideologies and politics, against its recently resurgentmanifestations and machinations, and against the instruments of its perpetuation, such as the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation[NATO]".Bilderberg 2007 served as a consensus-building exercise todecide on a common policy and strategy to deal with Russia'sresurgence. In particular, Bilderberg is not at all happy withRussia's current strategy of actively dismantling what remains of "the atmosphere of acquiescence to America's will", in the wordsof one Bilderberger, which arose in the post-Soviet period andwas absolutely crucial to the thriving of US-led unipolarity.That was in the beginning of the1990s, the early stages of the Yeltsinreign. With the wholesale looting of Russia in the 1990s through shocktherapy and the loans-for-sharesscheme, engineered by the socialisttheoreticians at Harvard such as JeffreySachs, Andrei Schliefer, David Liptonand Jonathan Hay, the country wasbrought into the dawn of the 21stcentury capitalist economy. As a result,Russia eventually toppled into anarchy,its population rendered desperate; itsability to support a world-class militaryestablishment was smashed, which thenmade it inevitable that colonial behaviour would occur. That isexactly what George Ball was proposing during the Bilderberg1968 meeting in Canada. I'll get back to Ball later in this section.Incidentally, the term "shock therapy" refers to the suddenrelease of price and currency controls combined with thewithdrawal of state subsidies and immediate trade liberalisationwithin a country—all the necessary ingredients forimpoverishment of the society...in this case, Russia.In Zbigniew Brzezinski's 1997 book
The Grand Chessboard 
"Russia" and "vital energy reserves", as it turns out, are mentionedmore frequently than any other country and subject in the book.Brzezinski is President Carter's former National Security Advisor,a co-founder of the Trilateral Commission, a member of theCouncil on Foreign Relations and the Bilderberg Club and a closeassociate of David Rockefeller and Henry Kissinger. He is theproverbial insider's insider. According to Brzezinski, global USand thus Bilderberg hegemony depended on having completecontrol of Russia's vital energy reserves in Central Asia. As longas Russia remained strong, it remained a threat—a potential blockto the complete imposition of Bilderberg-led economic andmilitary will.Bilderberg energy imperatives and geopolitical control are onceagain coming to play a key role in the lives of hundreds of millions of unsuspecting people.Brzezinski spelled out in
The Grand Chessboard 
thecompelling energy issue driving American policy: "A power thatdominates Eurasia would control two of the world's three mostadvanced and economically productive regions. A mere glance atthe map also suggests that control over Eurasia would almostautomatically entail Africa's subordination, rendering the WesternHemisphere and Oceania geopolitically peripheral to the world'scentral continent. About 75 percent of the world's people live inEurasia, and most of the world's physical wealth is there as well,both in its enterprise and underneath its soil. Eurasia accounts for60 percent of the world's GNP and about three-fourths of theworld's known energy resources."The history of mankind has always shown that controlling theheart of Eurasia was the key to controlling the entire knownworld. Azerbaijan, containing the riches of the Caspian Sea Basinand Central Asia, is a case in point. From the US perspective, theindependence of the Central Asian states will be rendered nearlymeaningless if Azerbaijan becomes fully subordinated toMoscow's control. To the Bilderbergers, energy imperatives arethe end game.The energy theme appears again later in Brzezinski's book,written four years before 9/11: "The world's energy consumptionis bound to vastly increase over the next two or three decades.Estimates by the US Department of Energy anticipate that worlddemand will rise by more than 50percent between 1993 and 2015, withthe most significant increase inconsumption occurring in the FarEast. The momentum of Asia'seconomic development is alreadygenerating massive pressures for theexploration and exploitation of newsources of energy."Clearly, to the Bilderbergers,Russia was the beginning of the endgame.During a presentation titled"Internationalisation of Business" tothe 26–28 April 1968 Bilderbergmeeting at Mont Tremblant, Canada, George Ball provided a farmore truthful and insightful glimpse into the group's economicorientation. Ball, who was Under Secretary of State for EconomicAffairs under JFK and Lyndon Johnson, a Steering Committeemember of the Bilderberg Group as well as a Senior ManagingDirector for Lehman Brothers and Kuhn Loeb Inc., defined theBilderberg's new policy of globalisation and how it would shapethe New World Order.As Pierre Beaudry noted in
Synarchy Movement of Empire
"...Ball presented an outline of the advantages of a new-colonialworld economic order based on the concept of a 'world company',and described some of the obstacles that needed to be eliminatedfor its success. According to Ball, the first and most importantthing that had to be eliminated was 'the archaic political structureof the nation state'."In other words, Ball was calling for a return to the oldcolonialism system, but this time built on the concept of a "worldcompany"."Ball wrote: 'To be productive, we must begin our inquiry byexplicitly recognizing the lack of phasing between developmentof the world company—a concept responding to modern needs—and the continued existence of an archaic political structure of nation states, mostly small or of only medium size, which isevolving only at glacier pace in response to new worldrequirements of scope and scale.'"Beaudry concluded: "It was clear for Ball that the verystructure of the nation state, and the idea of the commonwealth, orof a general welfare of a people, represented the main obstacleagainst any attempt of freely looting the planet, especially the
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Bilderberg 2007 served as aconsensus-building exercise todecide on a common policyand strategy to deal withRussia's resurgence.

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