Editor’s Note: According to Forbes, there is no grand New World Order conspiracy. The Illuminati is nothing to concern yourself with, and the Trilateral Commission and Bilderberg Group are really just a bunch of thoughtful super rich people trying to help everybody out.
Yep, the Bilderberg Group is definitely not a secretive and highly influential group controlled by a Steering Committee of 34 members (plus honorary advisor David Rockefeller) who represent technology, industry, banking and politics from throughout the United States and Europe that set a global agenda to effect policy change and demand that its 120-150 attendees who join discussions on a dozen or so major topics each year do so under Chatham House rules, which establish a closed-door policy that demands attendees don’t dare discuss what goes on inside…
Because when those kinds of people get together in a closed room to discuss topics that directly impact everyone’s lives across the entire globe in a closed-door meeting, there’s absolutely nothing conspiratorial or suspicious about that whatsoever.
Also, when I take advice on what to believe about the undo influence of the Fortune 100, I take it from a magazine that represents the Fortune 500.
Nothing to see here, move along…
“Who Rules the World?”
July 22, 2013
From the Hellfire Club to the Illuminati, from the Freemasons to the Poor Fellow-Soldiers of Christ and the Temple of Solomon (i.e., Knights Templar) – to that list add the Bilderberg Group and the Trilateral Commission, and you develop a persistent delusion (yes, a delusion, or maybe fantasy or wishful thinking) that the super-rich are working shoulder to shoulder, plotting and directing the fate of the world.
Based on extensively researching and working with the exceptionally wealthy, as well as examining this point of view, I find that these grand conspiracies make good bedtime stories, and more profitably, exciting novels and movies. However, they lack substance.