This year’s meeting, held in the German city of Dresden between Thursday and Sunday, will be no different.

No Brexiteers have been invited.

Having seen the guest list of the so-called shadow world government (see below), it confirms that the attendees from Britain and Ireland have been campaigning publicly for months to keep Britain IN.

The Bilderberg Group says the following topics are on its agenda. Because it publishes no minutes, it is impossible to know how accurate this list will turn out to be:

1. Current events
2. China
3. Europe: migration, growth, reform, vision, unity
4. Middle East
5. Russia
6. US political landscape, economy: growth, debt, reform
7. Cyber security
8. Geo-politics of energy and commodity prices
9. Precariat and middle class
10. Technological innovation

Here are some of the pro-EU sentiments of the British and Irish representatives attending on Thursday:

Bob Dudley, Douglas Flint and Dido Harding wrote to the Times on February 24, 2016:

“We believe that leaving the EU would deter investment, threaten jobs and put the economy at risk. Britain will be stronger, safer and better off remaining a member of the EU.”

Lord Kerr wrote to the Sunday Times on November 1, 2015:

“[Brexit] would be a long, complicated, uncertain process. To suggest otherwise is naive at best and insincere at worst.”

Labour MP Helen Goodman has been a Remainer for years as this shows:

Zanny Minton Beddoes told the BBC on February 26, 2016:

“A vote to leave the EU will cause a huge amount of uncertainty – uncertainty that will hurt investment and jobs and that could last for years.”

Sir John Sawers told the BBC on May 8, 2016:

“[Quitting the EU will make Britain] less safe.”

Prof Niall Ferguson, Sunday Times April 17, 2016:

“When I see the risks of Brexit being glossed over in ways that would disgrace an undergraduate essay, I feel anything but happy.”

Martin Wolf, Financial Times, May 3, 2016:

“Charges that President Barack Obama is being hypocritical in arguing in favour of UK membership of the EU miss the point. The US is a superpower: it does not need such an arrangement to influence the world. The UK is not a superpower: it does.”

Michael Noonan, February 18, 2016:

“Ireland has a huge interest in ensuring that Britain stays part of the EU.”

Michael O’Leary on the BBC, May 6, 2016:

“You’re being sold a lie by people who tell you that if you leave, it will all stay the same – it won’t.”

Bilderberg Full Attendees List


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