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http://news.sky.com/story/1098701/bilderberg-2013-at-watfords-grove-hotel http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/10102168/Bilderberg-Group-No-conspiracy-just-the-most-influential-group-in-the-world.html The elusive and secretive Bilderberg group is convening a meeting at the Grove Hotel in Watford, UK from the 6th to the 9th of June, hosting a wide range of dignitaries ranging from political leaders to experts from industry, finance, academia and the media; generally, a forum for important policy making giants from around the world. It is a private event, therefore no journalists are allowed in and security is absurdly tight and strict. The whole problem is that this important gathering is not minuted, completely undocumented. Conspiracy theories are spawned due to this, it naturally raises suspicions. "We Are Change" Youtube channel conspiracy posse have been posting vlogs, updating on the situation and interviewing people, trying to get to the bottom of it all. However, this is a briefing from the official website detailing the topics of discussions. http://www.bilderbergmeetings.org/meeting_2013.html It makes me wonder, surely if the Bilderberg group are as ominous as the conspiracy theorists make them out to be, they wouldn't publicly share the outlines of their discussions? Apparently, the reason why the ordinary folk are restricted from access witnessing the debate / discussion is to give the people in positions of authority the ability to speak candidly without anything they say becoming fodder for the media. I see how this is justified since, allegedly, no policy decisions are made. But how do we know? The conspiracy theorists deem Bilderberg folk the puppeteers of the puppets. Do you think it's complete baloney, that Bilderberg are completely normal? Or is there something more to it than meets the eye?
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