A Bilderberg member has told respected German magazine Cicero that the secretive annual confab, set to take place next week in Copenhagen, is more powerful than Davos, which is dismissed as “pure PR talk.”
An extract from an article in the June edition of Cicero, a Berlin-based monthly publication, quotes an unnamed Bilderberg member as stating (after translation), “Those sentences which really matter are being spoken out (at Bilderberg). You learn an incredible amount. Davos in comparison is pure PR talk.”
The admission is extremely noteworthy given how Bilderberg and Davos are treated by the media. Whereas hundreds of journalists travel to Davos every year, generating thousands of headlines, a relative handful barely even mention Bilderberg and if they do it’s usually only to denigrate its importance as little other than a bugbear for conspiracy theorists.
The former editor of Cicero, Michael Naumann, previously worked with Bilderberg member Josef Joffe, publisher of prominent German weekly Die Zeit.
The revelation correlates with previous admissions from other prominent Bilderberg attendees underscoring the fact that the organization wields influence and is not merely a “talking shop” as it is routinely portrayed by the mainstream media.
In a 2010 radio interview, former NATO Secretary General and Bilderberg member Willy Claes admitted that Bilderberg attendees are mandated to implement decisions that are formulated during the annual conference of power brokers in their respective spheres of influence.
Observer editor and Bilderberg attendee Will Hutton also wrote in 1998, “(Bilderberg) is one of the key meetings of the year…. the consensus established is the backdrop against which policy is made worldwide.”
In 2009, Bilderberg chairman Étienne Davignon bragged about how the euro was a brainchild of the Bilderberg Group, with the single currency having been a dream of Bilderberg since 1955, nearly 50 years before its introduction.
The secretive group was also positioning itself for the 2008 financial collapse two years beforehand, with leaks out of the 2006 conference in Ottawa confirming that members were discussing an imminent housing collapse and a subsequent economic crisis.
The 2014 Bilderberg Group meeting will take place at the 5 star Marriott Hotel in Copenhagen from May 29-June 1. Infowars reporters will be live on the scene throughout the week.