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Bilderberg Trying to Plug Leaks in Security

American Free Press | April 19 2004

Angry over being discovered year after year, Bilderberg is taking an unprecedented step to prevent leaks - don't let the luminaries know where their secret meeting will be held until it's almost time to catch a plane.

Even ranking Bilderberg participants say they don't know where they will meet - they have simply been told to "keep open" the end of May. The fewer days members know, the fewer chances of a leak.

Obviously, those arranging the meeting have to know the precise dates and site. It is impossible to arrange for a resort to be empty of all non-Bilderberg guests from high noon on a Wednesday to noon Monday on short notice.

Also the resort staff has to be vetted. As in previous meetings, those who are new employees are likely to be told to stay home during the meeting. The others are warned they will be fired if they reveal anything about Bilderberg.

The Staff also receives the usual lectures on protocol at high-dollar resorts, such as: Do not speak to a bilderberg participant unless he speaks to you.

The bilderberg group takes its name from the hotel in Holland where the group met in 1954, during the earliest period of its inception. It meets regularly, presumably on an annual basis, at various locations around the world, always in private, often at resorts controlled by either the Rockefeller or Rothschild families.

Bilderberg has a revolving membership of several hundred participants composed of elites from the United States and Western Europe, almost exclusively from the NATO countries. Representatives from the former soviet Union and Eastern Bloc countries attended the 1992 gathering, however.

The shadowy group maintains an extremely low profile and never publishes reports or studies for the public under its own official aegis.

Participants denied the group's existence for decades, until it was forced into the headlines by reports in a now-defunct populist newspaper.

Jim Tucker, who has pursued Bilderberg all over North America and Europe for a quarter-century, plans to attend again this spring once he learns where. He is keeping open the dates demanded by Bilderberg.