Despite heavy attendance by open borders advocates, the Bilderberg conference is surrounded by thick walls, zealous police and “no trespassing” signs.
Entrance to the conference in Chantilly, Virginia, attended by over 130 of the world’s top politicians, bankers, intelligence outfits and media owners, is tightly controlled by police and private security who ensure that only vetted, invited guests are allowed into the Westfields Marriott where Bilderberg is taking place.
Overall, Bilderberg has perimeter security similar to that of Eastern European countries which are currently boosting their border security amid the migrant crisis.
But in a fit of hypocrisy, the EU leaders attending Bilderberg are the same ones demanding countries like Hungary and Poland reopen their borders to allow Middle Eastern migrants, many of whom are military-age males who lack critical language and employment skills, to flow into their countries without proper vetting.
“A host of EU countries are set to demand Poland and Hungary accept their quota of migrants or they will face being booted out of the crumbling bloc,” the Daily Express reported. “Both countries have ignored EU proposals to relocate 160,000 migrants and the rest of the bloc is set to take action to ensure they share the burden.”
But if someone uninvited dared to enter the Bilderberg grounds, he’d be quickly arrested and removed.
Interestingly, the EU originated out of past Bilderberg meetings in which top globalists designed the framework for an unelected European bureaucracy that would slowly erode the national sovereignty of Old World nations.
The initial idea for the EU came as early as 1955 when the Bilderberg Group met in West Germany.
“…Pressing need to bring the German people, together with the other peoples of Europe, into a common market,” a leaked document from the 1955 meeting stated. “…To arrive in the shortest possible time at the highest degree of integration, beginning with a common European market.”
The “common European market” later developed into the Euro and the trade regulations of the EU.
The elites attending Bilderberg see themselves as the “specialized class” responsible for steering the world because they believe the public’s “too stupid” to make their own decisions.
That’s why Bilderberg members have no problem demanding tight perimeter security for their own conferences but not for nation-states.