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Bilderberg 2011: All aboard the Bilderbus

As the Bilderberg conference heads towards Switzerland there's still time to book your seat on a minibus to St Moritz


St Moritz: Preparing to host Bilderberg. Photograph: Tom Jenkins for the Guardian

As Europe groans, and austerity bites, as defaulting looms, and once proud nations fall to their knees in debt, there's only one annual conference of bankers and industrialists that can step in and save us all…


Next week, in Switzerland, Henry Kissinger and his brave band of corporate CEOs, high-wealth individuals and heavyweight thinktankers will lock arms with Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands and David Rockefeller, and stand their ground against the economic contagion.

The last thing a bunch of bank bosses and multinational executives wants is for the nation-states of Europe to collapse, allowing their assets to be bought up on the cheap. Right?

Besides, if anyone can lay claim to fathering the EU, it's Bilderberg. Sixty years ago, Europe was a mere Bilderbaby, conceived in a solemn ceremony on Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands' mattress. It grew into a fine young Bilderboy, but the years have caught up with it, and now it seems its knees are creaking and its heart is weak.

Perhaps the clear mountain air of St Moritz will prove just the tonic. The Bilderberg Group is gathering there between 9-12 June, at the Hotel Suvretta House, described on its website thus: "Like a beautiful fairytale castle, our hotel is embedded in the fantastic alpine landscape of the Upper Engadine." No mention of the magical rooftop snipers or the fairytale ring of armed riot police, but maybe they'll be updating their website in time for the conference.


Josef Ackerman, CEO of Deutsche Bank, practises his backflips.

The hotel promises that the Privatsphäre of the guests will be utterly respektiert, which goes for the conference, as well: the press will be lucky to get a whiff of Kissinger's toast in the morning. It's a shame the attendees are still so phobic of attention, seeing as how this year there's shaping up to be more press interest than ever. People and the media have finally started noticing this quiet little conference at the centre of the storm. The last two countries to play host to the meeting were Greece and Spain, both of whom waved goodbye to Bilderberg and said hello to austerity and unrest. Happy Christmas, Switzerland.

This year, a bunch of less-than-happy Brits are heading out to St Moritz by minibus, to voice their concern at the policies being thrashed out at the conference. They've dubbed their fifteen-seater the Bilderbus, and it leaves Nottingham on Tuesday after work. There are still ten seats to fill: it's £95 return, and camping's cheap when you get there. And I can't stress this enough: it really is a sight to behold. (The conference, not the minibus).

There are two seats free on the bus, since Dominique Strauss-Kahn and Ken Clarke have both been forced to cancel. Which is good news for the chamber maids at the Suvretta House (because Ken is so very untidy – cigar stubs and Ornette Coleman CDs everywhere …)


The Bilderbus awaits you. Fully taxed and insured. Photograph: Charlie Skelton

If you'd like to book a place on the minibus, you can email the organisers at this address: And if you're interested to see what crops up on the official Bilderberg agenda, then keep an eye on their website. Jockeying for position are the crisis in the eurozone, the Arab Spring, the Fukushima fallout (with Germany backing away from nuclear), and of course, what to do about the internet. That old chestnut.

Maybe this year they'll hold a press conference like, I don't know, grown-ups might. I won't be holding my breath. But I will be sniffing the air of St Moritz. If I find out one thing this year, it's going to be what Kissinger has for breakfast. Live eels snatched from a bucket? Or ducklings? Suddenly I'm imagining ducklings. And a mallet.

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Bilderberg mystery: Why do people believe in cabals?


Ordinary people can only guess at the goings-on at the meetings of the secretive Bilderberg Group, which is bringing together the world's financial and political elite this week. Conspiracy theories abound as to what is discussed and who is there. Why, asks Tom de Castella?

The belief in secret cabals running the world is a hardy perennial. And on Thursday perhaps the most controversial clandestine organisation of our times - the Bilderberg Group - is meeting behind closed doors.

In the manner of a James Bond plot, up to 150 leading politicians and business people are to gather in a ski resort in Switzerland for four days of discussion about the future of the world.

Previous attendees of the group, which meets once a year in a five-star hotel, are said to have included Bill Clinton, Prince Charles and Peter Mandelson, as well as dozens of company CEOs.

First meeting in 1954, the aim was to shore up US-European relations and prevent another world war. Now under the group's leadership of former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger and one-time EU vice president, Viscount Davignon, the aim is purportedly to allow Western elites to share ideas.

But conspiracy theorists have accused it of everything from deliberately engineering the credit crunch to planning to kill 80% of the world population. Longtime opponent and US radio host Alex Jones, heckled one meeting through a megaphone: "We know you are ruthless. We know you are evil. We respect your dark power."

Part of the reason for alarm is the group's secretive working methods. Names of attendees are not usually released before the conference, meetings are closed to the public and the media, and no press releases are issued.

The gnashing of teeth over Bilderberg is ridiculous, says Times columnist David Aaronovitch. "It's really an occasional supper club for the rich and powerful," he argues.

Denis Healey, co-founder of the group, told the journalist Jon Ronson in his book Them that people overlook the practical benefits of informal networking. "Bilderberg is the most useful international group I ever attended," he told him. "The confidentiality enabled people to speak honestly without fear of repercussions."

So why do groups like this cause so much alarm? Aaronovitch, who wrote the 2009 book Voodoo Histories, says plots to install a new world order have traditionally been a conspiracy fantasy. "They tend to believe that everything true, local and national is under threat from cosmopolitan, international forces often linked to financial capitalism and therefore, also often, to Jewish interests."

Secret cabals extend beyond the Bilderberg Group. The Illuminati, which derives from a 16th Century Bavarian secret society, is alleged to be an all powerful secret society, including US presidents, that has controlled major world events. The Freemasons - famous for their peculiar handshakes - is a secret fraternity society that has become more open in recent years after extensive criticism.

The charter of Hamas - the Islamist party governing Gaza - asserts that the Freemasons are in league with the Jews and those unlikely bully boys - the Rotary Club - to undermine Palestine.

John Hamill, spokesman for freemasonry's governing body in England and Wales says the organisation is aware of Hamas's allegation.

"There's no truth in it, freemasonry is apolitical. It probably arises because one of our ceremonies is about the story of King Solomon's Temple. For some reason Islamic governments translate that into Zionism."

In fact, many conspiracy theories surrounding cabals hint at an anti-Semitic worldview. The Protocols of the Elders of Zion was a forged document, probably created by agents of Tsarist Russia, which appeared to show a Jewish plot to take over the world.

Despite being proved to be a fraud, the idea has been kept alive by anti-Semites and has spawned later versions. One of those, the Zionist Occupational Government, argues that countries have puppet governments but that the real power is held by Jewish interests.

More recently, former sports journalist David Icke has proclaimed that the world is governed by alien, reptilian shape shifters. In other words, giant lizards.

There is obviously no right-wing monopoly on conspiracy theories. During the Monica Lewinsky scandal, Hilary Clinton blamed a "vast right-wing conspiracy" for her husband's predicament. And more recently, some on the left have argued that the 9/11 attacks were organised by President Bush's inner circle in order to invade Afghanistan and Iraq.

The politics of cabals has always been pretty muddled, says James McConnachie, co-author of the Rough Guide to Conspiracy Theories. These groups allow protesters to project their own fears onto them.

In the US, the most extreme fear over Bilderberg is of a hidden cabal run by the European Union and threatening American freedoms. In Europe, the view is often of a free market elite trying to push through a right-wing agenda.

"Conspiracy theories are quite blind to conventional notions of left and right," says McConnachie. "The left is organising an international government. Meanwhile, global capitalism on the right may be doing the same thing by different means."

For Aaronovitch what often triggers widespread cabal theories are moments of great upheaval.

"It happens a lot when times are changing significantly. Whether, oddly, they are changing for better as well as for the worse. Why did McCarthyism happen at the time when US economy was growing faster than at any time in history?"

Society was in flux, the economy expanding rapidly and millions of servicemen were coming back from the war.

It's not just the about social context. Some people are more susceptible than others to believing in wacky cabals, says Prof Chris French, of Goldsmith College's psychology department. "It's people who tend to be alienated by the mainstream, who feel powerless. They have a need to have a sense of control."

Not only do they not trust the government, they tend not to trust their neighbours either. And in the need for control, there may be links to the roots of religious belief, he says.

The conspiracy theorists may get overexcited but they have a point, says Prof Andrew Kakabadse, co-author of new book Bilderberg People.

The group has genuine power that far outranks the World Economic Forum, which meets in Davos, he argues. And with no transparency, it is easy to see why people are worried about its influence.

"It's much smarter than conspiracy," says Prof Kakabadse. "This is moulding the way people think so that it seems like there's no alternative to what is happening."

The agenda the group has is to bring together the political elites on both right and left, let them mix in relaxed, luxurious surroundings with business leaders, and let the ideas fizz.

It may seem like a glorified dinner party but that is to miss the point. "When you've been to enough dinner parties you see a theme emerging," he says. The theme at Bilderberg is to bolster a consensus around free market Western capitalism and its interests around the globe, he says.

"Is this all leading to the start of the ruling the world idea? In one sense yes. There's a very strong move to have a One World government in the mould of free market Western capitalism."

Degree of nefariousness

Conventional critiques of alienated people seeking order in a chaotic world may well be true. But there's more to it than that, McConnachie argues.

"The other explanation is more dangerous. That they are precisely right - they just over-egg the way they articulate it."

The Bilderberg Group matches up to how a global conspiracy would work - a secretive body attempting to shape the direction of the world, he suggests.

"The only difference is the degree of nefariousness," he says. "They tend to see this cabal as outright evil. When things are more nuanced than that."

For all the tales of lizards running the world, we all owe a debt to conspiracy theorists, McConnachie argues.

"Occasionally you have to give credit to conspiracy theorists who raise issues that the mainstream press has ignored. It's only recently that the media has picked up on the Bilderbergers. Would the media be running stories if there weren't these wild allegations flying around?"

But Aaronovitch disagrees. Believing in cabals leads to certain groups being victimised and obstructs a rational view of the world.

"To have a strong belief in the Bilderberg Group means believing in a fantasy," he says. "It suggests that there are people - like God - acting as a higher power. And it replaces the intolerable thought that there's nothing at work at all, that the world is chaotic. It may be a form of therapy but it has people believing in an anti-scientific message."

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Bilderberg 2011: The curtains are drawn

Charlie Skelton wakes to find a security fence blocking his view of the venue, and brings news of the Bilderbus

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The Bilderberg 2011 security fence, or should that be 'a massive white fence of embarrassment'? Photograph: Charlie Skelton

Breaking news. There's been a bomb. Sorry, a "bomb". A "tubular device" has been "found" by the police, two people have been cuffed and whisked off, and the security is tightening fast. The bomb business has only kicked off in the last hour, but a photo of the arrest is winging its way down the mountain towards me. I'll post it up when it gets here.

So yes – seems that I spoke too soon about a chilled-out Swiss Bilderberg. The happy proximity of cameras and conference had already been broken, overnight, by a long white security fence, which blocked our view of the venue. No one seems to know who put it up, but the smart money says that it was hammered in at 3am by Jorma Ollila, the Chairman of Royal Dutch Shell, while Peter Voser, the CEO of Royal Dutch Shell, held the nails.

Now of course, when I describe what's gone up as a "security fence", what I actually mean is "privacy fence". It's a shower curtain, not a ring of steel. And of course, by "privacy" what I actually mean is "shame". It's a shame fence. A massive white fence of embarrassment. Privacy is what the delegates get when they close the door of their conference hall. Privacy is a Chatham House agreement not to discuss in public what was discussed at the various presentations and seminars of Bilderberg.

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Brief history

Bilderberg takes its name from the hotel in Holland, where the first meeting took place in May 1954. That pioneering meeting grew out of the concern expressed by leading citizens on both sides of the Atlantic that Western Europe and North America were not working together as closely as they should on common problems of critical importance. It was felt that regular, off-the-record discussions would help create a better understanding of the complex forces and major trends affecting Western nations in the difficult post-war period.
The Cold War has now ended. But in practically all respects there are more, not fewer, common problems - from trade to jobs, from monetary policy to investment, from ecological challenges to the task of promoting international security. It is hard to think of any major issue in either Europe or North America whose unilateral solution would not have repercussions for the other.
Thus the concept of a European-American forum has not been overtaken by time. The dialogue between these two regions is still - even increasingly - critical.

Character of meetings

What is unique about Bilderberg as a forum is
the broad cross-section of leading citizens that are assembled for nearly three days of informal and off-the-record discussion about topics of current concern especially in the fields of foreign affairs and the international economy;
the strong feeling among participants that in view of the differing attitudes and experiences of the Western nations, there remains a clear need to further develop an understanding in which these concerns can be accommodated;
the privacy of the meetings, which has no purpose other than to allow participants to speak their minds openly and freely.

In short, Bilderberg is a small, flexible, informal and off-the-record international forum in which different viewpoints can be expressed and mutual understanding enhanced. Bilderberg's only activity is its annual Conference. At the meetings, no resolutions are proposed, no votes taken, and no policy statements issued. Since 1954, fifty-seven conferences have been held. For each meeting, the names of the participants as well as the agenda are made Public and available to the press.


Invitations to Bilderberg conferences are extended by the Chairman following consultation with the Steering Committee members. Participants are chosen for their experience, their knowledge, their standing and their contribution to the selected agenda.
There usually are about 120 participants of whom about two-thirds come from Europe and the balance from North America. About one-third is from government and politics, and two-thirds from finance, industry, labour, education and communications. Participants attend Bilderberg in a private and not an official capacity.

Governance and Funding

Bilderberg is governed by a Steering Committee which designates a Chairman; members are elected for a term of four years and can be re-elected. There are no other members of the Bilderberg conference. The Chair's main responsibilities are to chair the Steering Committee and to prepare with the Steering Committee the conference program, the selection of participants. He also makes suggestions to the Steering Committee regarding its composition. The Executive Secretary reports to the Chairman.

The expenses of maintaining the small Secretariat of the Bilderberg meetings are covered wholly by private subscription. The hospitality costs of the annual meeting are the responsibility of the Steering Committee member(s) of the host country.


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Nog één nachtje slapen en dan komen de Bilderboeven weer bij elkaar. Gaan ze lullen over de voortgang van de financiële crisis, die ze zelf op gang hebben gebracht. Over de oorlogen in Afbaardistan, Irak en Libië, die ze zelf op gang hebben gebracht. Over de "lentes" in Tunesië, Egypte en elders in de Arabische wereld, die ze zelf op gang hebben gebracht. Over de voedsel- en waterbubbels, die ze ... ja.
En over de "problemen" binnen de EU, die Brussel in staat stellen om de touwtjes strakker aan te halen. Helemaal in lijn overigens met de uitspraak van een van de Europese Bilderfathers, kort nadat gynaecoloog Zur Lippe-Biesterfeld en anesthesist Retinger het gedrocht ter wereld hadden gebracht. Komt ie:

"De Europese naties moeten in de richting van een superstaat worden gedreven zonder dat de bevolking begrijpt wat er gebeurt. Dat doel kan worden bereikt door het nemen van kleine stapjes, waarbij zorgvuldig verhuld moet worden dat het om economische doeleinden gaat, maar die heel geleidelijk en onomkeerbaar tot een federatie leiden".

Aldus de Franse politicus en cognacboer Jean Monnet. Hij zit al heel lang aan de Nespresso, maar als ie af en toe een kijkje neemt vanaf het ultieme dakterras ziet hij dat het goed is. Morgen in St. Moritz: Kissinger in Lederhosen en Bea als Dirndl. Om te verhullen dat het om economische doeleinden gaat.


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Volgens berichten uit het land van de tellgangers worden we door de Bilderboeven genaaid. Niks bijzonders, maar dit gaat over de locatie. St. Moritz. Ze zitten daar namelijk wel met zijn allen in Grand Hotel Kampinski, maar dat is meer voor de gezelligheid. De zwaargewichten zouden de komende dagen stilletjes wat heen en weer hoppen naar Genève om op een nu nog geheime locatie eens even flink wat pijlen door de zure appels te schieten.

Nou doet de top van dit elitaire gebroed dat vaker. Bijvoorbeeld in november 2009 toen besloten moest worden wie de eerste president van de EU werd. Tony Blair was de belangrijkste kandidaat. Maar om nou meteen een oorlogsmisdadiger op het schild te hijsen was misschien wat al te riskant.

De gordijnen waren nog dicht, maar op het toneel daarachter waren de regisseurs onder leiding van Bilderoudste en kindervriend Etienne Davignon druk bezig om uit het kleine koor de man met de X-factor op te vissen voor de solopartij. Uiteindelijk kozen ze de toenmalige Belgische premier Herman van Rompuy. Misschien een politicus met de uitstraling van een door EHEC geplaagde makreel, maar wel eentje die je onmiddellijk associeert met een onbevlekte ontvangenis.

Hoe dit ook zij, Herman hield avant la lettre zijn maidenspeech tijdens een ingelaste Bilderborrel in Château de Val Duchesse in het Belgische Auderghem, waar voor zover bekend in het verleden geen drijfjachten op koters hebben plaatsgevonden.

De gabber van Etienne pleitte daarin voor de invoering van een Europese belasting om het monstrum in Brussel beter in staat te stellen zijn eigen broek op te houden. Hier en daar schoot de Beluga verkeerd en werd er gemorst met de Dom Perignon, maar een paar dagen later reed Herman een ererondje. Hij had gewonnen. Maar zoals dat gebruikelijk is binnen het milieu van de Bilderboeven: niks voor niks.
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Liste secrète dévoilée

L'idée du lancement de cette conférence informelle date de 1952. Elle a commencé en mai 1954 à l'hôtel Bilderberg (d'où son nom), situé à Oosterbeek aux Pays-Bas. Ses membres s'appellent eux-mêmes les "Bilderbergers". Les participants sont invités par le comité de direction. Ils sont installés par ordre alphabétique, sans aucune notion d'étiquette.

C’est également la première fois que la liste des participants est révélée avant la fin du sommet, dévoilée par le site 20 Minuten Online. La Suisse est représentée par:

- Peter Brabeck, Nestlé
- Hans Groth, Pfizer Europe
- Janom Steiner, canton des Grisons
- André Kudelski, Kudelski
- Doris Leuthard, conseillère fédérale
- Martin Schmid, canton des Grisons
- Eric Schmid, Google
- Rolf Schweiger, conseiller aux Etats
- Rolf Soiron, Holcim, Lonza
- Daniel Vasella, Novartis
- Jürg Witmer, Givaudan et Clariant

Ci-dessous, la liste complète (en anglais):


Coene, Luc Governor, National Bank of Belgium

Davignon, Etienne Minister of State

Leysen, Thomas Chairman, Umicore


Fu, Ying Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs

Huang, Yiping Professor of Economics, China Center for Economic Research, Peking University


Eldrup, Anders CEO, DONG Energy

Federspiel, Ulrik Vice President, Global Affairs, Haldor Topsøe A/S

Schütze, Peter Member of the Executive Management, Nordea Bank AB


Ackermann, Josef Chairman of the Management Board and the Group Executive Committee, Deutsche Bank

Enders, Thomas CEO, Airbus SAS

Löscher, Peter President and CEO, Siemens AG

Nass, Matthias Chief International Correspondent, Die Zeit

Steinbrück, Peer Member of the Bundestag; Former Minister of Finance


Apunen, Matti Director, Finnish Business and Policy Forum EVA

Johansson, Ole Chairman, Confederation of the Finnish Industries EK

Ollila, Jorma Chairman, Royal Dutch Shell

Pentikäinen, Mikael Publisher and Senior Editor-in-Chief, Helsingin Sanomat


Baverez, Nicolas Partner, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP

Bazire, Nicolas Managing Director, Groupe Arnault /LVMH

Castries, Henri de Chairman and CEO, AXA

Lévy, Maurice Chairman and CEO, Publicis Groupe S.A.

Montbrial, Thierry de President, French Institute for International Relations

Roy, Olivier Professor of Social and Political Theory, European University Institute


Agius, Marcus Chairman, Barclays PLC

Flint, Douglas J. Group Chairman, HSBC Holdings

Kerr, John Member, House of Lords; Deputy Chairman, Royal Dutch Shell

Lambert, Richard Independent Non-Executive Director, Ernst & Young

Mandelson, Peter Member, House of Lords; Chairman, Global Counsel

Micklethwait, John Editor-in-Chief, The Economist

Osborne, George Chancellor of the Exchequer

Stewart, Rory Member of Parliament

Taylor, J. Martin Chairman, Syngenta International AG


David, George A. Chairman, Coca-Cola H.B.C. S.A.

Hardouvelis, Gikas A. Chief Economist and Head of Research, Eurobank EFG

Papaconstantinou, George Minister of Finance

Tsoukalis, Loukas President, ELIAMEP Grisons

Organisations internationales

Almunia, Joaquín Vice President, European Commission

Daele, Frans van Chief of Staff to the President of the European Council

Kroes, Neelie Vice President, European Commission; Commissioner for Digital

Lamy, Pascal Director General, World Trade Organization

Rompuy, Herman van President, European Council

Sheeran, Josette Executive Director, United Nations World Food Programme

Solana Madariaga, Javier President, ESADEgeo Center for Global Economy and Geopolitics

Trichet, Jean-Claude President, European Central Bank

Zoellick, Robert B. President, The World Bank Group


Gallagher, Paul Senior Counsel; Former Attorney General

McDowell, Michael Senior Counsel, Law Library; Former Deputy Prime Minister

Sutherland, Peter D. Chairman, Goldman Sachs International


Bernabè, Franco CEO, Telecom lia SpA

Elkann, John Chairman, Fiat S.p.A.

Monti, Mario President, Univers Commerciale Luigi Bocconi

Scaroni, Paolo CEO, Eni S.p.A.

Tremonti, Giulio Minister of Economy and Finance


Carney, Mark J. Governor, Bank of Canada

Clark, Edmund President and CEO, TD Bank Financial Group

McKenna, Frank Deputy Chair, TD Bank Financial Group

Orbinksi, James Professor of Medicine and Political Science, University of Toronto

Prichard, J. Robert S. Chair, Torys LLP

Reisman, Heather Chair and CEO, Indigo Books & Music Inc. Center, Brookings Institution


Bolland, Marc J. Chief Executive, Marks and Spencer Group plc

Chavannes, Marc E. Political Columnist, NRC Handelsblad; Professor of Journalism

Halberstadt, Victor Professor of Economics, Leiden University; Former Honorary

H.M. the Queen of the Netherlands

Rosenthal, Uri Minister of Foreign Affairs

Winter, Jaap W. Partner, De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek


Myklebust, Egil Former Chairman of the Board of Directors SAS, sk Hydro ASA

H.R.H. Crown Prince Haakon of Norway

Ottersen, Ole Petter Rector, University of Oslo

Solberg, Erna Leader of the Conservative Party


Bronner, Oscar CEO and Publisher, Standard Medien AG

Faymann, Werner Federal Chancellor

Rothensteiner, Walter Chairman of the Board, Raiffeisen Zentralbank Österreich AG

Scholten, Rudolf Member of the Board of Executive Directors, Oesterreichische Kontrollbank AG


Balsemão, Francisco Pinto Chairman and CEO, IMPRESA, S.G.P.S.; Former Prime Minister

Ferreira Alves, Clara CEO, Claref LDA; writer

Nogueira Leite, António Member of the Board, José de Mello Investimentos, SGPS, SA


Mordashov, Alexey A. CEO, Severstal


Bildt, Carl Minister of Foreign Affairs

Björling, Ewa Minister for Trade

Wallenberg, Jacob Chairman, Investor AB


Brabeck-Letmathe, Peter Chairman, Nestlé S.A.

Groth, Hans Senior Director, Healthcare Policy & Market Access, Oncology Business Unit, Pfizer Europe

Janom Steiner, Barbara Head of the Department of Justice, Security and Health, Canton

Kudelski, André Chairman and CEO, Kudelski Group SA

Leuthard, Doris Federal Councillor

Schmid, Martin President, Government of the Canton Grisons

Schmid, Eric, Executive Chairman, Google Inc.

Schweiger, Rolf Member of the Swiss Council of States

Soiron, Rolf Chairman of the Board, Holcim Ltd., Lonza Ltd.

Vasella, Daniel L. Chairman, Novartis AG

Witmer, Jürg Chairman, Givaudan SA and Clariant AG


Cebrián, Juan Luis CEO, PRISA

Cospedal, María Dolores de Secretary General, Partido Popular

León Gross, Bernardino Secretary General of the Spanish Presidency

Nin Génova, Juan María President and CEO, La Caixa

H.M. the Queen of Spain


Ciliv, Süreyya CEO, kcell Iletisim Hizmetleri A.S.

Gülek Domac, Tayyibe Former Minister of State

Koç, Mustafa V. Chairman, Koç Holding A.S.

Pekin Sefika, Founding Partner, Pekin & Bayar Law Firm


Alexander, Keith B. Commander, USCYBERCOM; Director, National Security Agency

Altman, Roger C. Chairman, Evercore Partners Inc.

Bezos, Jeff Founder and CEO,

Collins, Timothy C. CEO, Ripplewood Holdings, LLC

Feldstein, Martin S. George F. Baker Professor of Economics, Harvard University

Hoffman, Reid Co-founder and Executive Chairman, LinkedIn

Hughes, Chris R. Co-founder, Facebook

Jacobs, Kenneth M. Chairman & CEO, Lazard

Johnson, James A. Vice Chairman, Perseus, LLC

Jordan, Jr., Vernon E. Senior Managing Director, Lazard Frères & Co. LLC

Keane, John M. Senior Partner, SCP Partners; General, US Army, Retired

Kissinger, Henry A. Chairman, Kissinger Associates, Inc
Kleinfeld, Klaus Chairman and CEO, Alcoa

Kravis, Henry R. Co-Chairman and co-CEO, Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co.

Kravis, Marie-Josée Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute, Inc.

Li, Cheng Senior Fellow and Director of Research, John L. Thornton China

Mundie, Craig J. Chief Research and Strategy Officer, Microsoft Corporation

Orszag, Peter R. Vice Chairman, Citigroup Global Markets, Inc.

Perle, Richard N. Resident Fellow, American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research

Rockefeller, David Former Chairman, Chase Manhattan Bank

Rose, Charlie Executive Editor and Anchor, Charlie Rose

Rubin, Robert E. Co-Chairman, Council on Foreign Relations; Former Secretary of the Treasury

Steinberg, James B. Deputy Secretary of State

Thiel, Peter A. President, Clarium Capital Management, LLC

Varney, Christine A. Assistant Attorney General for Antitrust

Vaupel, James W. Founding Director, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research

Warsh, Kevin Former Governor, Federal Reserve Board

Wolfensohn, James D. Chairman, Wolfensohn & Company, LLC ... 2011-06-10

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Ik heb er op de FP ook maar even een apart Bilderberg 2011 topic van gemaakt: index.php?option=com_k2&view=item&id=10 ... rberg-2011

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