The 1984 Bilderberg Meeting was the 32nd such meeting and had participants from 19 European countries, the United States, Canada and "various intergovernmental organizations". It was held at the Grand Hotel, Saltsjöbaden, Sweden. The 116 guests included 27 business executives, 20 politicians, 13 financiers, 9 editors/journalists and 12 academics.
- 1 Agenda
- 1.1 1. Western Power and the Middle East: A Case Study in Atlantic Relationships
- 1.2 2. The State of Arms Control Negotiations
- 1.3 3. Future Employment Trends in the Industrialized Democracies
- 1.4 4. Current Events: Continental Drift: Economic and Political.
- 1.5 5. The Soviet Union, The West And The Third World. A Case Study: Central America
- 2 Participants
- 3 Witnesses
- 4 A document sourced from Bilderberg/1984
- 5 References
The 1984 Bilderberg Conference Report has been leaked and is now online. There were five topics on the agenda.
1. Western Power and the Middle East: A Case Study in Atlantic Relationships
There were three working papers. The first working paper was by Denis Healey. The second working paper, by Eric Rouleau, was entitled The West, The Gulf and The Iraqi-Iranian War. The third was by Joseph J. Sisco. The discussion was chaired by Winston Lord.
2. The State of Arms Control Negotiations
There were three working papers. The first working paper, by Kenneth L. Adelman, was entitled Forging Ideas for Effective Arms Control. The second was by Christoph Bertram. The third was by Michael Heseltine. The discussion was chaired by Donald S. Macdonald.
3. Future Employment Trends in the Industrialized Democracies
There were two working papers. The first working paper was by Max Geldens. The second, by Alice M. Rivlin, was entitled The Outlook For The Economy And Employment In The United States. The discussion was chaired by John Sainsbury.
4. Current Events: Continental Drift: Economic and Political.
There were no working papers. The discussion was chaired by Vernon Jordan.
5. The Soviet Union, The West And The Third World. A Case Study: Central America
|Gianni Agnelli||Italian industrialist, 37 Bilderbergs|
|Otto Wolff von Amerongen||Bilderberg Advisory Committee member, deep politician|
|Klaus-Georg von Amsberg|
|Hans H. Angermueller||Iran-Contra connected banker|
|Beatrix Armgard||Queen Beatrix. Very heavy Bilderberg habit|
|George Ball||US deep politician who attended all 40 Bilderberg meetings up to his death, he helped make key decisions about post-WW2 Europe.|
|Francisco Pinto Balsemão||>30 Bilderbergs, Bilderberg Steering committee, Prime Minister of Portugal|
|C. Fred Bergsten|
|Christoph Bertram||German journalist with a heavy Bilderberg habit|
|Ernst van der Beugel||34 Bilderberg meetings, on both the Advisory Committee & Steering committees|
|Selahattin Beyazit||Turkish Bilderberg Steering committee|
|Björn Bjarnason||Icelandic politician, heavy Bilderberg habit|
|William Bundy||US Skull & bones deep politician and cold warrior|
|Peter Carrington||Ex Secretary General of NATO and busy guy. Bilderberg chairman|
|W. Harriet Critchley|
|Étienne Davignon||European commissioner, Bilderberg chairman.|
|David A. Dodge|
|Donald S. Macdonald|
|E. Antoine Seilliere|
|Theodore Eliot||US Ambassador to Afghanistan who attended 15 Bilderberg meetings.|
|Thomas O. Enders|
|Murray Finley||Bilderberg Steering committee member labor leader|
|Sten Gustafsson||Bilderberg Steering Committee, Supreme Commander of the Swedish Armed Forces|
|Victor Halberstadt||A professor of economics, with a minimal Wikipedia page, who has attended all Bilderberg meetings since 1975.|
|Denis Healey||Bilderberg Steering committee member, who attended 23 Bilderberg meetings.|
|Alfred Herrhausen||Multi Bilderberg Chairman of Deutsche Bank assassinated by a sophisticated bomb|
|... further results|
|Anne Hoogendoorn||Executive Secretary of the Bilderberg Meetings|
A document sourced from Bilderberg/1984
|Document:Western Power And The Middle East||working paper||Middle East||Denis Healey|