The True Story of the Bilderberg Group

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TrineDay, 2007 - Political Science - 340 pages
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Delving into a world once shrouded in complete mystery and impenetrable security, this investigative report provides a fascinating account of the annual meetings of the world’s most powerful people—the Bilderberg Group. Since its inception in 1954 at the Bilderberg Hotel in the small Dutch town of Oosterbeek, the Bilderberg Group has been comprised of European prime ministers, American presidents, and the wealthiest CEOs of the world, all coming together to discuss the economic and political future of humanity. The press has never been allowed to attend, nor have statements ever been released on the attendees' conclusions or discussions, which have ramifications on the citizens of the world. Using methods that resemble the spy tactics of the Cold War—and in several instances putting his own life on the line—the author did what no one else has managed to achieve: he learned what was being said behind the closed doors of the opulent hotels and has made it available to the public for the first time.

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User Review  - John Martindale - Goodreads

The author's seeming self-importance, martyr complex and mild paranoia, mixed with poor writing abilities didn't make for the greatest read. Also, one can't really know the reliability of the sources ... Read full review

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User Review  - George Castorena - Goodreads

This is another book that supercharged my desire to start researching the reasons for many of our societal and governmental issues today. I had never heard about the Bilderberg Group and had only ... Read full review

About the author (2007)

\Daniel Estulin is an award-winning investigative journalist and has been researching the Bilderberg Group for more than 14 years. He is the host of two radio shows in Spain.

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