What’s A Bilderberger And Why Does It Matter What They Do?

This is a page from a Spotlight connection from 1992, Citizen-Times.

A Brief Introduction to this Special Assembly of Actual Bilderberg Documents…

The wide-ranging and heavy hand of Rockefeller family financial clout is evident behind the appointees named to high office by President Bill Clinton. However, Clinton is not the only president of recent memory whose appointees have moved in the Rockefeller family sphere of influence. Virtually every president in this century has had his share of Rockefeller-influenced appointees within powerful policy making positions. Many of these appointees have been affiliated with three distinct Rockefeller-created and Rockefeller-financed international policy power blocs which are often confused by their critics: the Council on Foreign Relations, the Trilateral Commission, and the Bilderberg Group. (Clinton is a member of all three.) A reason for the confusion about the groups is that, aside from the fact that each is controlled-fully or in part—by the Rockefeller empire, the three groups are very similar in content and have a largely overlapping membership, usually working in direct concert toward the same goals. The membership in each of these groups is always composed of members of the Rockefeller family, their paid employees and consultants, allied international financiers and industrials, academics from the major universities and tax free foundations, high-ranking union leaders, key media personalities and controllers, and selected political figures. However, each of the three-the Council on Foreign Relations, the Trilateral Commission and the Bilderberg Group—is very different. Here is a brief summary of each of the groups in question;

THE COUNCIL ON FOREIGN RELATIONS. Based in New York and comprised solely of U.S. citizens. Publishes the quarterly journal Foreign Affairs and conducts regular meetings and seminars. Key meetings are strictly confidential and off the record. Created in 1921 with Rockefeller funding and emerged as the American branch of the British Royal Institute on International Affairs (RIIA), succeeding an earlier, less organized entity already established in that role. The RIIA was the brainchild of English financier Cecil Rhodes (founder of the Rhodes scholarship) and devoted to the concept of reuniting the United States with the British Empire. David Rockefeller himself served as a longtime chairman of the CFR and remains its virtual master.

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