The 2005 Bilderberg Meeting was the 53rd such meeting and had participants from European countries, the United States and Canada. It was held at Rottach-Egern, Germany. The 132 guests included 44 business executives, 34 politicians, 16 financiers, 12 editors/journalists and 6 academics.
- 1 Agenda
- 1.1 1. What Do We Mean by Freedom?
- 1.2 2. Development: Reflections and Perspectives
- 1.3 4. How Can Europe and the US Work Together to Deal with Common Problems?
- 1.4 5. Iraq
- 1.5 6. Asia: the Geo-Strategic Challenges
- 1.6 7. Where is Europe Going?
- 1.7 8. Israel-Palestine
- 1.8 9. Russia: Do the Transatlantic Partners have a Common Strategy?
- 1.9 10. Failure of the Lisbon Agenda?
- 1.10 11. The Non-Proliferation Treaty at Risk?
- 1.11 12. Iran
- 1.12 13. Current Affairs: Will the Fiscal Problems Facing Europe and the US Undermine Future Economic Performance?
- 2 Reporting
- 3 Participants
- 4 Witnesses
- 5 References
The 2005 Bilderberg Agenda has not been leaked, but the website at Bilderberg Meetings has posted an agenda.
1. What Do We Mean by Freedom?
2. Development: Reflections and Perspectives
4. How Can Europe and the US Work Together to Deal with Common Problems?
6. Asia: the Geo-Strategic Challenges
7. Where is Europe Going?
9. Russia: Do the Transatlantic Partners have a Common Strategy?
10. Failure of the Lisbon Agenda?
11. The Non-Proliferation Treaty at Risk?
13. Current Affairs: Will the Fiscal Problems Facing Europe and the US Undermine Future Economic Performance?
This year, Bilderberg was exposed at a posh resort in a tiny village 40 miles from Munich (the Dorint Sofitel Seehotel Ueberfahrt in Rottach-Egern, a five-star conference and business hotel). Bilderberg has roughly 120 participants, including international financiers, heads of state and other high officials from Europe and North America. U.S. luminaries include David Rockefeller and Henry Kissinger.
All recent presidents, except the current George W. Bush, have been linked, either directly or by involvement with Bilderberg's brother group, the Trilateral Commission. The two groups have interlocking leadership and a common agenda. Here are some past presidents who have been connected:
Jerry Ford, Bilderberg; Jimmy Carter, Trilateral; Ronald Reagan, a critic of the Trilateralists until entering the White House, where he held a reception for them; Bush the Elder, Trilateral; and Bill Clinton, Bilderberg.
The White House and the departments of state, defense and treasury are always represented at Bilderberg, along with other high officials. They lie and say they are attending no such meeting. The ritzy resort that Bilderberg takes over, banishing all other guests, also lies and says no such meeting is taking place.
|Jozias J. van Aartsen||One time Bilderberger|
|Ziad Abu-Amr||Double Bilderberger Palestinian leader who attended Georgetown|
|Josef Ackermann||Chairman of Deutsche Bank, G30, Bilderberg Steering Committee|
|Joaquín Almunia||Spanish politician, European Commissioner for 10 years, 6 Bilderbergs|
|George Alogoskoufis||Greek economist, multi-Bilderberg|
|Beatrix Armgard||Queen Beatrix. Kicked a very heavy Bilderberg habit in 2015.|
|Ali Babacan||8 times Bilderberg visitor, Turkish politician|
|Francisco Pinto Balsemão||>30 Bilderbergs, Bilderberg Steering committee, Prime Minister of Portugal|
|José Manuel Barroso||Bilderberg Steering committee, President of the European Commission|
|Erik Belfrage||Swedish diplomat and banker. Wallenberg associate. Attended the 2005 Bilderberg|
|Franco Bernabè||Italian banker and manager, Steering Committee of the Bilderberg|
|Nicolas Beytout||Quad Bilderberg French editor/journalist|
|Oscar Bronner||Attended all Bilderbergs from 2005 to 2015|
|John Browne (Executive)||UK businessman and former CEO of BP. He proposed a merger of Shell and BP at the 2004 Bilderberg.|
|Hubert Burda||Multi-billionaire publisher. 7 Bilderbergs|
|David Byrne||Irish politician. Attorney General of Ireland in the late 1990s|
|Philippe Camus||French Bilderberger who as president of GIFAS attended the 2003,4,5 Bilderbergs|
|Henri de Castries||"French President of Bilderberg"|
|Juan Luis Cebrián||Spanish media mogul with a heavy Bilderberg habit.|
|Timothy Collins||UK soldier, multi-Bilderberg|
|Bertrand Collomb||Connected French businessman. 13 Bilderbergs.|
|Pascal Couchepin||Swiss President, 4 Bilderbergs|
|George David||Greek Cypriot entrepreneur, Bilderberg Steering committee.|
|Étienne Davignon||Belgian deep politician, EU commissioner, Bilderberg chairman, Egmont Institute president|
|Anna Diamantopoulou||Greek politician. Attended 5 Bilderbergs from 2004 to 2009.|
|Tom Donilon||Spooky Bilderberger|
|Mathias Döpfner||Influential German editor|
|Anders Eldrup||Danish member of the Bilderberg Steering Committee.|
|John Elkann||Italian/US businessman with heavy Bilderberg habit. 21st Century Council, European Round Table of Industrialists|
|Martin Feldstein||US economist, Trilateral Commission, heavy Bilderberg habit towards the end of his life.|
|William Ford||Nephew of Henry Ford II|
|Miguel Sebastián Gascón|
|Timothy Geithner||Multi-Bilderberg central banker|
|Eival Gilady||Connected triple Bilderberger Israeli soldier turned businessman|
|Dermot Gleeson||Attorney General of Ireland, 8 time visitor to the Bilderberg|
|Donald Graham||TLC, Facebook, 10 Bilderbergs|
|Bjørn Grydeland||Norwegian diplomat who attended the 2005 Bilderberg|
|António Guterres||Bilderberger US Secretary general|
|Richard Haass||Bilderberger, CFR President|
|Victor Halberstadt||A professor of economics, with a minimal Wikipedia page, who has attended all Bilderberg meetings since 1975.|
|Jean-Pierre Hansen||4 time Bilderberger chemist.|
|Hans Peter Haselsteiner|
|Connie Hedegaard||Danish politician, multi-Bilderberger|
|Richard Holbrooke||Bilderberg/Steering committee, deep state operative|
|Allan B. Hubbard||Former Bilderberg Steering committee, Director of the National Economic Council|
|Jan Huyghebaert||Belgian businessman, 11 Bilderbergs|
|Matías Rodríguez Inciarte||Former Bilderberg Steering committee, Spanish banker and politician|
|J. Robert S. Prichard|
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|John Micklethwait||Editor of The Economist for 9 years|
|Adrian Wooldridge||UK Journalist and editor. Regular "observer" at the Bilderberg|