The 1988 Bilderberg Meeting was the 36th meeting and had participants from 17 European countries, the United States and Canada. It was held at the Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol, in Telfs-Buchen, Austria. The 116 guests included 21 business executives, 33 politicians, 9 financiers, 9 editors/journalists and 9 academics. The next meeting was the 1989 Bilderberg.
- 1 Agenda
- 1.1 1. What Can Be Done With The World Economy: Alternative Scenarios
- 1.2 2. How To Handle A World Awash With Public And Private Debt?
- 1.3 3. The German Question Revisited
- 1.4 4. The New Information Era
- 1.5 5. Briefing on The Moscow Summit
- 1.6 6. The Impact Of Glasnost
- 1.7 7.Future Strategy Of The Alliance
- 1.8 8. The Gulf And Afghanistan
- 2 Known Participants
- 3 Witnesses
- 4 References
The 1988 Bilderberg Agenda has been leaked and is now online.
1. What Can Be Done With The World Economy: Alternative Scenarios
The moderator was Eric Roll and introductory remarks were by Paul A. Volcker.
2. How To Handle A World Awash With Public And Private Debt?
The moderator was Kenneth W. Dam, working paper author was Alfred Herrhausen and introductory remarks were by Pedro Pablo Kuczynski.
3. The German Question Revisited
The moderator was Ernst van der Beugel and introductory remarks were by Helmut Kohl.
4. The New Information Era
The moderator was Etienne Davignon and introductory remarks were by Walter Wriston.
5. Briefing on The Moscow Summit
The moderator was Eric Roll and introductory remarks were by Rozanne Ridgway.
6. The Impact Of Glasnost
The moderator was Franz Vranitzky and introductory remarks were by William Hyland and Theo Sommer.
7.Future Strategy Of The Alliance
The moderator was Henry Kissinger, the working paper author was François Heisbourg and introductory remarks were by Hans van den Broek and Brent Scowcroft.
8. The Gulf And Afghanistan
The moderator was Theodore L. Eliot, Jr, the working paper author was Gary G. Sick and introductory remarks were by James Craig and Olivier Roy.
112 of the 116 of the participants already have pages here:
|Gianni Agnelli||Italian industrialist, 37 Bilderbergs|
|Otto Wolff von Amerongen||Bilderberg Advisory Committee member, deep politician|
|Klaus-Georg von Amsberg||Prince Claus of the Netherlands, fought for Hitler, implicated in underage sex ring with mayor Ed van Thijn and finance minister Onno Ruding. Alleged victim of sexual blackmail.|
|Tage Andersen||Danish banker who attended 7 Bilderbergs in the 1980s|
|Dwayne Andreas||Large political donor to both major US parties.|
|Andreas Andrianopoulos||Greek politician who attended the 1988 Bilderberg, then became Minister of Trade. Was along with fellow Bilderberger Stefanos Manos the main spokesman for the economic liberal tradition in Greece.|
|Hannes Androsch||Former Bilderberg Steering committee member, politician, banker, businessman|
|Beatrix Armgard||Former Dutch Queen. Survived 2009 Queen's Day Attack. In 1962 became the first woman to attend a Bilderberg meeting. Kicked a very heavy Bilderberg habit in 2015.|
|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|
|Enrique Baron||Spanish politician, economist, and lawyer.|
|Jack Bennett||Bilderberg Steering committee banker/businessman. Worked alongside his father in post-war Germany to reset the country's economy. Presidential advisor in the 1970 who dismantled U.S. controls over international capital flows.|
|Ernst van der Beugel||Dutch deep politician, 34 Bilderbergs, on both the Advisory & Steering committees|
|Selahattin Beyazit||One of the biggest industrialists in Turkey and member of the Bilderberg Steering committee.|
|Björn Bjarnason||Icelandic politician, heavy Bilderberg habit. Informant to US intelligence about his Icelandic politics.|
|Conrad Black||Fraudulent Bilderberg steering committee member|
|Franz Blankart||Swiss diplomat who attended the 1988 Bilderberg meeting as head of the Federal Office for Foreign Trade.|
|Ali Bozer||Became acting Prime Minister of Turkey for 9 days in 1989 after attending two Bilderbergs|
|Hans van den Broek||Lawyer, politician, Bilderberger panellist, Dutch Foreign Minister for 10 years. Dutch Minister of State. "Valuable member named by EU-officials". Rejected Secretary General role for NATO.|
|Juan Luis Cebrián||Spanish media mogul with a heavy Bilderberg habit.|
|Marshall Cohen||deep state connected businessman|
|Vitor Constancio||Portuguese central banker. Vice President of the European Central Bank, 3 Bilderbergs|
|James Craig||UK diplomat helped introduce the session on The Gulf And Afghanistan at the 1988 Bilderberg.|
|Kenneth Dam||Economist who was US Deputy Secretary of State, with a heavy Bilderberg habit.|
|Étienne Davignon||Belgian deep politician, EU commissioner, Bilderberg chairman, Egmont Institute president|
|Theodore Eliot||US Ambassador to Afghanistan who attended 15 Bilderberg meetings.|
|Gerard Eskenazi||French banker|
|Daniel Evans||Governor of Washington for 12 years who attended the 1986 and 1988 Bilderberg as a US Senator|
|Thomas Foley||Quad Bilderberger, CFR with US Deep state connections|
|Jean François-Poncet||French Minister of Foreign Affairs in the late 1970s, attended 2 Bilderbergs in the early 1980s. A panelist on Operating The Alliance at the 1985 Bilderberg.|
|Katharine Graham||Quad Bilderberger, TLC, deep state functionary?|
|Anthony Griffin||Worked for S.G. Warburg. A member of the Bilderberg Advisory Committee for 32 years.|
|Henry Grunwald||Diplomat, managing editor of TIME, and suspected deep state functionary|
|Bengt 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.|
|Geir Hallgrímsson||Prime Minister of Iceland, Bilderberg Steering Committee|
|Helmut Hascheck||Austrian banker who wrote a working paper on Policy Toward Trade And Protectionism for the 1987 Bilderberg. Also attended the 1988 Bilderberg.|
|François Heisbourg||Promoter of the "war on terror". He wrote a working paper for the 1989 Bilderberg.|
|Alfred Herrhausen||Multi Bilderberg, Chairman of Deutsche Bank. Promoted the cancellation of unpayable debt. Assassinated in 1989 "in a military operation of a complexity without precedent"|
|Friedrich Hoess||Austrian diplomat|
|Karen House||US Corporate Media controller who attended the 1982, 1988, and 1992 Bilderbergs.|
|William Hyland||Spoke on The Impact Of Glasnost at the 1988 Bilderberg as editor of Foreign Affairs|
|James D. Robinson III||Former CEO of American Express.|
|Hans Igler||Austrian economist and politician. Bilderberg Steering committee|
|Jaakko Iloniemi||Bilderberg Steering committee, Finnish Ambassador to the US|
|Peter Jankowitsch||One of the closest collaborators of Chancellor Bruno Kreisky, ex-Bilderberg Steering committee|
|Kostas Karras||Greek actor and politician. Bilderberg Steering committee, 19 Bilderbergs|
|Nancy Kassebaum||Mooted by Time Magazine as possible running mate for George H.W. Bush in 1992.|
|Lane Kirkland||US labor leader (AFL-CIO/President for over 15 years) who spoke at the Jerusalem Conference on International Terrorism on "Terrorism and the Gulag". Bilderberg, Le Cercle, CFR, ...|
|... further results|
|Julio Abreu||A witness of the 1988 Bilderberg, organizer of the 1989 Bilderberg.|
|Saskia ten Asbroek||Bilderberg Executive Secretary|
|Diemut Kastner||Worked for the Public Relations Department of Creditanstalt-Bankverein. "In attendance" at the 1988 and 1999 Bilderbergs|
|Charles Muller||Bilderberg manager, Ditchley/US, deep state functionary?|
|Grant Winthrop||Regular Bilderberg rapporteur|