The Turning Point
The average citizen has never heard of the Bilderberg Group. That’s understandable because the members work really hard to remain anonymous. The Bilderberg Group consists of between 120 to 150 powerful people who meet for three days once a year to discuss foreign policy.
Jozef Retinger, Polish political adviser and founder of the European movement that led to the forming of the European Union, started the Bilderberg group in 1954. The first meeting was held at the Hotel De Bilderberg in Oosterbeek, Netherlands. The original objective was to bring together the leaders in a forum that would allow for candid and frank discussions of international issues without fear of being quoted or recorded.
The Bilderberg conference continues to be a secret event that brings together political and business elites of European and Western nations. They have been meeting for over 60 years in luxury hotels all around the world. Attendance is by invitation only and they operate under the Chatham House Rule. What this means is that attendees are not permitted to discuss anything that is said during the conference to members of the media or otherwise.
During the meetings, they discuss their plans for global control of world events and markets. Over the years their members have included heads of states, media owners, military leaders, politicians, business executives, global financiers, intelligence agencies, and many other powerful organizations and individuals from every corner of the world.
For many years there was a blatant lack of information and coverage available about this annual event. This posed a problem for those interested in raising awareness. However with the increase of independent media, there has also been an increase in exposés regarding this group. The Bilderberg Group has found it almost impossible to stay out of the spotlight and hide from the public. Independent journalists are easily able to identify each attendee and his or her interest in the event. Many outsiders believe that the real Bilderberg agenda is to stay as powerful as possible for as long as possible and to crush any competition.
This documentary, produced and written by Steven Davies, Bryan Law, and Dan Dicks presents a behind the scenes look at the 2012 conference. As has been happening for the last few years, hundreds of protesters and independent journalists from all over the world came together to show their displeasure. The small group represented in this event is powerful enough to control the world and it’s about time somebody did something about it. Watch this film now.