Bilderberg attendees are mandated to implement the political and economic decisions made during the secretive meeting, former NATO Secretary-General and Bilderberg member Willy Claes admitted in 2010.
Highlighting the Bilderberg Group’s undemocratic nature, Claes said that attendees are normally given around 10 minutes of talk time and then receive a summarization of what’s been discussed during the meeting and are expected to use it when setting policies in the political and economic spheres in which they have influence.
“The participants are then obviously considered to use this report in setting their policies in the environments in which they affect,” Claes stated in an interview with a Belgian radio station, which was first reported by Paul Joseph Watson.
Even more shocking, Claes added that Bilderberg attendees are not allowed to sit next to each other more than once at the meeting to ensure the maximum exchange of opinions.
“This represents a solid confirmation of what we already knew through witnessing Bilderberg’s leaked agenda later play out in the real world time after time – that the elitist organization does verbally set global policy in a completely undemocratic and illegal manner,” Watson wrote.
Yesterday the Austrian Federal Police had set up a Chernobyl-style exclusion zone to keep the public and reporters away from the Interalpen Hotel where the Bilderberg Group will begin its meeting on Thursday.
The police later backed off, however, by moving their roadside checkpoints closer to the hotel, although still several miles away.
“The area around the meetings is put into complete lockdown,” Jon Stone with the Independent reported. “There is no need to rely on private security: national governments of host countries cooperate fully and provide police protection.”
Meaning that taxpayers are coughing up the millions spent on security for the Bilderberg Group they’re not allowed to know about even though the private meeting sets political and economic policies for their country.
If this isn’t tyranny, what is?