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A list of Bilderberg participants from outside Europe or North America

This list is inaccurate of December 2017 and contains non-Bildebergers

Asia

NameNationalityBornDiedDescription
Sayeed Zabiuddin AnsariIndia
Pakistan
30 November 1980
Michael Ray AquinoThe Philippines
Shaukat AzizUS
Pakistan
UK
6 March 1949Le Cercle
Walden BelloThe Philippines1945
Vladimir BukovskyRussia30 December 1942Russian dissident who spoke at the 1979 JCIT.
Park Chung-heeSouth Korea14 November 191726 October 1979
Fu YingChinaJanuary 1953
Mahatma GandhiIndia2 October 186930 January 1948
Hiroshi HasegawaJapan15 October 2001An "exceptionally erudite" TV commentator who publicly urged caution about the claim that 9/11 was a Muslim led operation. His sudden death the next month was little reported by corporate media.
Mamnoon HussainPakistan23 December 1940
Khadija IsmayilovaAzerbaijan27 May 1976
Kim Jong-unNorth Korea
Mujahid KamranPakistan23 January 1951
John KapoorUS
India
1942US billionaire found guilty of bribing doctors to prescribe opioids.
Abdul Qadeer KhanPakistan1 April 1936Father of the Islamic Bomb
Zafrulla KhanPakistan6 February 18931 September 1985Proponent of Pakistan, Bilderberger
Ban Ki-moonSouth Korea13 June 1944
Nobusuke KishiJapan13 November 18967 August 1987
Choi Kyu-hahSouth Korea16 July 191922 October 2006
Alexander LitvinenkoRussia
Soviet Union
UK
30 August 196223 November 2006An exiled Russian spook turned whistleblower who died of Polonium poisoning in London.
Yongtu LongChina1943
Roh Moo-hyunSouth Korea1 September 194623 May 2009Former South Korean President. Officially committed suicide after a corruption scandal, which was promptly closed.
Pervez MusharrafPakistan11 August 1943
Niaz NaikPakistan8 August 2009
Supachai PanitchpakdiThailand30 May 1946
Minxin PeiChina
Arundhati RoyIndia23 November 1961
Tashbih SayyedUS
Pakistan
194123 May 2007
Ng Lap SengChina
Moshe SharettIsrael
Russia
Turkey
UK
16 October 18947 July 1965
Mitsuhiro ShimadaJapan2 February 1979Spooky Japanese businessman. Officially, a suicide.
Yoichi ShimatsuJapan
Vandana ShivaIndia5 November 1952
Aafia SiddiquiPakistan2 March 1972Aafia Siddiqui is an American-educated Pakistani cognitive neuroscientist, tortured and raped for years by US forces, now serving a life sentence after a trial of a highly questionable nature.
Josef StalinSoviet Union
Georgia
18 December 18785 March 1953
SuhartoIndonesia8 June 192127 January 2008
U ThantMyanmar22 January 190925 November 1974
Meng WanzhouChina1972
Zhou XiaochuanChina29 January 194811th governor of the Peoples Bank of China
Kim Young-samSouth Korea20 December 192722 November 2015
Malala YousafzaiPakistan12 July 1997
Fareed ZakariaIndia20 January 1964
Asif Ali ZardariPakistan26 July 1955
Mao ZedongChina26 December 18939 September 1976
Musharraf Hussain al-AzhariPakistan

Oceania

NameNationalityBornDiedDescription
Jacinda ArdernNew Zealand
Julian AssangeAustralia3 July 1971A "hacktivist" of mysterious background, whose website, Wikileaks, has been the conduit for a lot of whistleblowing. His pronounced disinterest in 9/11 is particularly notable.
Neil BrownAustralia22 February 1940
Clyde CameronAustralia11 February 191314 March 2008
Ivan GlasenbergIsrael
Australia
South Africa
Switzerland
1957
Nicky HagerNew ZealandNew Zealand-based investigative journalist
Michael Jon HandAustralia8 December 1941"One of Australia's most wanted fugitives" now living in Idaho, USA.
Michael HouriganAustralia19573 December 2013
John Kerr (governor-general)Australia24 September 191424 March 1991
Norman KirkNew Zealand6 January 192331 August 1974The 29th Prime Minister of New Zealand. An outspoken critic of US foreign policy, he died suddenly while in office, reportedly due to overwork.
Alexander KouzminAustralia19468 May 2011
Andrew LiverisAustralia5 May 1954
Trevor LoudonNew Zealand
Frank LowyIsrael
Australia
22 October 1930
John MorganNew Zealand195719 November 2015An investigative journalist who has written a series of books about the death of Diana Princess of Wales which convincingly demonstrate that her death was NOT accidental
Keith OfficerAustralia
John PilgerAustralia9 October 1939John Pilger, an Australian crusading journalist, has achieved fame in spite of a refusal to kowtow to the establishment by avoiding controversial issues.
Annika SmethurstAustralia1987
Mike SmithAustralia
Arthur TangeAustralia18 August 191410 May 2001A member of the Australian Deep state who played a role in the 1975 Australian coup d'état.
Richard TomlinsonNew Zealand
UK
13 January 1963
Clifton WebbNew Zealand8 March 18896 February 1962
Alan WestermanAustralia25 March 191318 May 2001
James WolfensohnAustralia
US
1 December 1933

South America

NameNationalityBornDiedDescription
Salvador AllendeChile26 June 190811 September 1973The first marxist to be elected in South America. Deposed by the CIA.
Carlos Julio ArosemanaEcuador24 August 19195 March 2004
Hugo BanzerBolivia10 May 19265 May 2002
Virgilio BarcoColombia
Simón BolívarVenezuela24 July 178317 December 1830
Francisco BulnesChile8 August 191728 October 1999
Carlos CardoenChile1 May 1942
Hugo ChávezVenezuela28 July 19545 March 201364th President of Venezuela
Lauchlin CurrieCanada
Colombia
8 October 190223 December 1993
Javier Pérez de CuéllarPeru19 January 1920
Pope FrancisArgentina17 December 1936
Ilan GoldfajnBrazil12 March 1966
Eva GolingerVenezuela19 February 1973A crusading journalist in the cause of exposing US interference in Venezuela and Latin America generally. She has particular expertise in the circumstances surrounding the death of President Hugo Chavez
Laureano GomezColombia20 February 188913 July 1965
Enrique Gomez-HurtadoColombia10 April 192713 July 2019
Álvaro Gomez-HurtadoColombia8 May 19192 November 1995
Natacha JaittArgentina13 August 197723 February 2019Assassinated model who became a whistleblower for child sex abuse by Argentina's elite class
Antonio Sanchez de LarragoitiBrazil
Raúl Alberto LastiriArgentina11 September 191511 December 1978
Orlando LetelierChile13 April 193221 September 1976A Chilean socialist politician and diplomat, assassinated in Washington D.C.
Gonzalo Sánchez de LozadaBolivia1 July 1930
Mauricio MacriArgentina
Carlos MesaBolivia12 August 1953
Luis María Otero MonsegurArgentina9 February 191426 April 2002
Dandeny Muñoz MosqueraColombia27 August 1966
Moisés NaímVenezuela5 July 1952
Alberto NismanArgentina5 December 196318 January 2015
Nino PaglicciaCanada
Venezuela
Eva PerónArgentina7 May 191926 July 1952
Augusto PinochetChile25 November 191510 December 2006
Eduardo RodríguezBolivia2 March 1956
Inês Etienne RomeuBrazil18 December 194227 April 2015She is believed to have been the only captive to survive detention in a Brazilian torture centre known as the Casa da Morta, "the house of death"
Leamsy SalazarVenezuela1974Hugo Chavez bodyguard in the years before his death
René SchneiderChile31 December 191325 October 1970The commander-in-chief of the Chilean Army at the time of the 1970 Chilean presidential election, when he was assassinated during a botched kidnapping attempt.
José Graziano da SilvaItaly
US
Brazil
Achim SteinerGerman
Brazil
Jaime Paz ZamoraBolivia15 April 1939
Ingrid Rimland ZundelUS
Soviet Union
Paraguay
22 May 1936


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