excerpts from the book
Jim Tucker's Bilderberg Diary
American Free Press, 2005, paperback
The Bilderberg group is an organization of political leaders and
international financiers that meets secretly every spring to make
global policy. There are about 110 regulars - Rockefellers, Rothschilds,
bankers, heads of international corporations and high government
officials from Europe and North America. Each year, a few new
people are invited and, if found useful, they return to future
meetings. If not, they are discarded. Decisions reached at these
secret meetings affect every American and much of the world.
The roots of Bilderberg go back centuries, when international
moneychangers would secretly manipulate the economy to enrich
themselves and enslave ordinary people.
The Rothschilds of Britain and Europe
have met secretly with other financiers for centuries, as did
the Rockefellers of America.
In the beginning, the Rothschilds were
"Red Shields" because of the ornament on their door
and the Rockefellers of Germany were "Rye Fields" because
of their crops.
One of the most significant such meetings
took place in the spring of 1908, led by Sen. Nelson Aldrich of
Rhode Island, whose family married into the Rockefeller clan,
accounting for the late Gov. Nelson Aldrich Rockefeller's given
name. It was held on Jekyll Island off the Georgia coast.
The late B.C. Forbes, editor of Forbes
magazine, reported what transpired at this meeting of the world's
wealthy. With Aldrich were Henry Davidson, of J.P. Morgan and
Co.; Frank Vanderlip, president of the National City Bank; Paul
Warburg, of Kuhn Loeb and Co., and A. Piatt Andrew, assistant
secretary of the treasury.
They emerged from this secret meeting
with a plan for "a scientific currency system for the United
States." They had the power to pressure Congress into establishing
the Federal Reserve Board, a private group of bankers who meet
to shape the money supply.
But in 1954, the international financiers
decided that the world had become so small, and their interests
intersected so often, that they must have regular, annual meetings.
That year, they met at the Bilderberg Hotel in Holland, and took
the name "Bilderberg" for themselves.
They have met behind sealed-off walls
and armed guards at plush resorts ever since. Secrecy prevailed
briefly, until the late journalist, Westbrook Pegler, exposed
Bilderberg in 1957. However, Chatham House rules have remained
in effect, whereby meetings are held privately and attendees are
prohibited from talking on the [rd about what transpired.
Bilderberg, which typically meets at a luxury resort near a small
town, provides a short "press release" to the local
paper-preferably a weekly. It is designed to reassure natives
as armed guards arrive, motorcades roar by, yachts dock and helicopters
land, delivering unidentified people behind closed-off walls.
The "press release" is the same
each year; only the site and dates are updated. It says individuals
will meet privately to do nothing for three days. Otherwise, they
try to impose a complete blackout.
The blackout is virtually complete in
the United States.
They meet at a secret location each spring,
normally in late May or early June. Their exclusive resort will
be sealed off at high noon on the Wednesday before Bilderberg
starts meeting on Thursday through Sunday. The resort will be
emptied of all non-Bilderberg people. Armed guards will seal off
the resort to prevent anyone from approaching.
All Bilderberg participants and their
staff people, as well as all of the resort personnel, are sworn
to secrecy. They will report nothing. Collaborating newspapers,
including The Washington Post, The New York Times and Los Angeles
Times, will report nothing. They keep their vows of silence so
fervently they allow their own newspapers to be factually wrong
rather than risk exposing Bilderberg. Participants will deny that
Bilderberg even exists. You will almost never read the word "Bilderberg"
in these newspapers or hear it on national network news, which
have all participated in vows of secrecy.
Bilderberg is a powerful assembly of the world's leading financiers,
industrialists and political operatives.
It includes such internationalists as
banker David Rockefeller, heads of state in Europe and high officials
of the U.S. government, White House, Defense, State, Congress
Past U.S. presidents - Bill Clinton and
Gerald Ford - have attended Bilderberg.
High officials of The Washington Post, The New York Times, and
Los Angeles Times and of all three major networks have attended
Bilderberg many times, on the promise of secrecy, to report nothing
and to not use the word "Bilderberg.
Bilderberg and its brother group, the Trilateral Commission, are
good at picking future presidents. Actually, they like to own
both horses in a two-horse race. Here is the line-up: Jerry Ford,
Bilderberg; Jimmy Carter, Trilateral; President Bush the Elder;
Trilateral and Bill Clinton, Bilderberg.
How can such a near-total blackout be imposed on what were, not
so many years ago, 1,800 daily newspapers (now down to 1,200)
in the United States, all of which thump their chests as protectors
and practitioners of freedom of speech?
When the major newspapers are intimidated,
it affects all papers and the wire services. Most of the nation's
newspapers depend entirely on the wire services for news outside
their own cities-state, national and world. If Bilderberg is not
on the wires, the local editors are as ignorant as I was for 20
years. They work hard to stay ahead of the city council, high
school football team and all local news. Similarly, small broadcast
outlets depend on their wire services and network affiliates which,
in turn, also depend largely on wire services.
Wire services operate like farmers' co-ops.
Big-city newspapers pay many times as much for the services as
small-town papers. When they tell the wire services to keep silent
on Bilderberg, the pressure is obvious.
Newspaper participants go to any length
to keep their vows of silence. It's a heady experience for these
journalists to clink cocktail glasses with the rich and famous.
They do so at the price of the credibility of their own newspapers.
If 120 film stars, or 120 professional football players, gathered
secretly each year, in a sealed-off resort patrolled by armed
guards, you would bust your [expletive deleted] to learn what
transpired. Why, then, no curiosity when 120 of the world's most
distinguished leaders in finance and politics gather in that way?
That question has never been answered
[about the Bilderberg Group].
by Willis Carto
The Bilderberg Group
* There is in fact a highly organized
conspiracy between influential politicians and bankers to give
each more of what they crave, power and money;
* That both of these have to be contributed
by you and millions of other deluded taxpayers and voters;
* That the conspiracy includes bringing
down all national governments, and, by fraud and bribery, substituting
a world government;
* That the consumers, taxpayers and voters
are victimized by their so-called "free press," which
is literally part of the conspiracy;
* That wars are started to advance the
interests of these acolytes of evil who routinely send thousands
of deceived young men to die while they pocket the wages of sin;
* That they write the history books to
justify their crimes and to pave the way for future profitable
wars and an ultimate world government.
New World Order