Bilderberg Is Meeting, and the Guest List Is Intriguing


by Greg Boulden, American Thinker:

According to the press release, The 69th Bilderberg Meeting will take place from 18 – 21 May 2023 in Lisbon, Portugal. About 130 participants from 23 countries have confirmed their attendance. As ever, a diverse group of political leaders and experts from industry, finance, academia, labor, and the media has been invited.

The representatives from the United States include: Stacey Abrams, Sam Altman (Open AI), Anne Applebaum (Writer at The Atlantic), Sally Benson (Stanford), Albert Boula (Pfizer CEO), Tarun Chhabra (National Security Council), Brian Deese (National Economic Council, Jen Easterly (Director Cybersecurity Agency), Elizabeth Economy (Sr. Advisor for China), Niial Ferguson (Stanford/Milbank Family Fellow), Kenneth Griffin (Citadel Founder/CEO), Avril Haines (Director National Intelligence),


Alex Karp (CEO Palantir Technologies Inc), Garry Kasparov (Renew Democracy Initiative), Henry Kissinger, Stephen Kotkin (Stanford/Hoover Institution), Henry Kravis (Museum Modern Art), John Micklethwait (Editor-in-Chief Bloomberg), Craig Mundie (Mundie & Associates), Satya Nadella (CEO Microsoft), Matthew Pottinger (Hoover Institution), Nadia Schadlow (Hudson Institute), Eric Schmidt (Former CEO, Google), Ashley Tells (Carnegie Endowment), Peter Thiel, Jing Tsu (Yale), John Waldron (COO, Goldman Sachs Group), Thomas Wright (National Security Council), Daniel Yergin (S&P Global).

Chris Michaels from the Last Call Podcast with Chris Michaels joins me to discuss the top stories of the week and learn more about the Bilderberg conference. We speculate about the location, the attendees, and the topics and objectives being discussed.

“The Bilderberg Meeting is a forum for informal discussions about major issues. The meetings are held under the Chatham House Rule, which states that participants are free to use the information received, but neither the identity nor the affiliation of the speaker(s) nor any other participant may be revealed.

Thanks to the private nature of the Meeting, the participants take part as individuals rather than in any official capacity, and hence are not bound by the conventions of their office or by pre-agreed positions. As such, they can take time to listen, reflect and gather insights. There is no detailed agenda, no resolutions are proposed, no votes are taken, and no policy statements are issued.” –

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