The 2011 Bilderberg Meeting was the 58th such meeting and had participants from ~20 European countries, the United States and Canada. It was held at the Hotel Suvretta, St. Moritz, Switzerland. The 129 guests included 40 business executives, 23 politicians, 12 financiers, 12 editors/journalists and 8 academics.
- 1 Exposure
- 2 Agenda
- 2.1 1. Governments and Markets
- 2.2 2. After the G20: The Role of Institutions
- 2.3 3. Protectionism: How Serious?
- 2.4 4. Cyber-terrorism: Strategy and Policy
- 2.5 5. Sustainability: Post-Kyoto Challenges
- 2.6 6. Iraq: Role and Responsibilities in the Region
- 2.7 7. Afghanistan and Pakistan
- 2.8 8. A New Order: The United States and the World
- 2.9 9. Lessons from a Crisis
- 2.10 10. Challenge to Market Economies and Democracies
- 2.11 11. Russia and China: New Imperialisms
- 2.12 12. Current Affairs: How does Industry See the Future?
- 3 Related Quotation
- 4 Participants
- 5 References
The 2011 Bilderberg Agenda has not been leaked, but the website at Bilderberg Meetings has posted the following agenda:
1. Governments and Markets
2. After the G20: The Role of Institutions
3. Protectionism: How Serious?
4. Cyber-terrorism: Strategy and Policy
5. Sustainability: Post-Kyoto Challenges
6. Iraq: Role and Responsibilities in the Region
7. Afghanistan and Pakistan
8. A New Order: The United States and the World
9. Lessons from a Crisis
10. Challenge to Market Economies and Democracies
11. Russia and China: New Imperialisms
12. Current Affairs: How does Industry See the Future?
|Gerard Batten||“Thank you, Mr. President. The [European] Commission have recently replied to my written question confirming that Commissioners [Joaquin] Almunia and [Neelie] Kroes attended the Bilderberg meeting in St. Moritz in June. The Commission cannot tell me details of what was discussed, but that surely the Bilderberg meetings do not take decisions.
If Bilderberg meetings are just talking shops, why do the most powerful figures from around the world, including George Osborne, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, bother to attend? What other summit of world leaders in politics, finance and business would go completely unreported in the mainstream media such as the BBC?It’s impossible not to reach the conclusion that the non-reporting of these events is anything other than a conspiracy between the [Bilderberg] organisers and the media. It merely confirms the belief of many that the hidden agenda and purpose of the Bilderberg Group is to bring about undemocratic world government. It’s a disgrace that the European Commission is colluding in that.”
|Gerard Batten||12 September 2011|