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The '''Bilderberg Advisory Committee''' is a unit of the [[Bilderberg]] which was indicated by two asterisks on the conference reports from 1981, as oppose to the [[Bilderberg Steering committee]], which had a singe asterisk.
 
The '''Bilderberg Advisory Committee''' is a unit of the [[Bilderberg]] which was indicated by two asterisks on the conference reports from 1981, as oppose to the [[Bilderberg Steering committee]], which had a singe asterisk.
  
[[David Rockefeller]] chaired the group as of 2001.
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[[David Rockefeller]] chaired the group as of 2001. It is unknown exactly what role the group played and whether it is still active.
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Oficially,{{cn}} the [[Bilderberg Steering Committee]] (~28 members) decides who to invite to next year's conference. But who steers the steering committee? This might be the function of the "Advisory committee", which is much smaller (around 7 members) and an almost fixed membership. The chairman of the "international advisory group" in 2001 was [[David Rockefeller]].
 
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Revision as of 00:33, 11 March 2017

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Membership• Giovanni Agnelli
• George W. Ball
• Ernst H. van der Beugel
• William P. Bundy
• Anthony G. S. Griffin
• Henry J. Heinz II
• Max Kohnstamm
• David Rockefeller
• Eric Roll
• Otto Wolff von Amerongen
Enough senior Bilderbergers to fit around a single dinner table...

The Bilderberg Advisory Committee is a unit of the Bilderberg which was indicated by two asterisks on the conference reports from 1981, as oppose to the Bilderberg Steering committee, which had a singe asterisk.

David Rockefeller chaired the group as of 2001. It is unknown exactly what role the group played and whether it is still active.

Activities

Oficially,[citation needed] the Bilderberg Steering Committee (~28 members) decides who to invite to next year's conference. But who steers the steering committee? This might be the function of the "Advisory committee", which is much smaller (around 7 members) and an almost fixed membership. The chairman of the "international advisory group" in 2001 was David Rockefeller.

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