The Bilderberg group, founded by Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands, held its first meeting in 1954.
People that attend the Bilderberg meetings are top politicians and business people from all around the globe, they meet every year to talk about plans to affect global policy in government and private sector enterprise. In many cases, the individuals attending these meetings are in violation of US law by simply attending these meetings.
Under the Logan Act, a US law passed during the infancy of the country by President John Adams, American citizens cannot negotiate with foreign officials without the authorization of the country.
According to the text of the Logan Act of 1799, “Any citizen of the United States, wherever he may be, who, without authority of the United States, directly or indirectly commences or carries on any correspondence or intercourse with any foreign government or any officer or agent thereof, with intent to influence the measures or conduct of any foreign government or of any officer or agent thereof, in relation to any disputes or controversies with the United States, or to defeat the measures of the United States, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than three years, or both.”
The Bilderberg group, founded by Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands, held its first meeting in 1954. The prince, a former officer in the SS, had worked in IG Farben’s notorious NW7 group which served as spies for the Third Reich, Bernhard belonged to the Dutch branch of the Knights Templar.
In 1954, he was appointed to govern the Dutch order.
John Foster Dulles was one of the most helpful Americans in setting up the Bilderberg group. Incidentally, in 1954 Dulles testified in favor of a bill designed to return vested enemy assets, such as GAF, to their previous owners.
The “godfather” of the Bilderberg Group is a former U.S. Secretary of State named Henry Kissinger who has attended the gathering almost every single year.
He will be there once again in 2016.
This is a man that is so committed to globalization that he even wrote a book entitled “World Order,” but what hardly anyone knows is that he actually discussed overthrowing the West German government with a group of “disgruntled Nazis” back in the 1970s.
Nobody associated with the Bilderberg Group would ever use the word “Nazi” to describe themselves because that term has become so associated with evil that nobody wants anything to do with it. However, the values and the principles of the Nazis endure in organizations such as the Bilderberg Group.
The ultimate goal, of course, is a one world government that dominates the entire planet.