The Bilderbergers have been going crazy. Their “top secret” annual meetings have become a joke. The G7 meeting, not under “news” blackout, generates little interest, while the Bilderberg “cone of silence” confab becomes increasingly hilarious.
One Lori Harfenist, in a short video featured in yesterday’s blog entry, tells people on the streets of New York City that the Bilderbergers are the “Build-a-Burgers”, similar to a fast-food franchise where people can build their own hamburgers. Ersjdamoo calls them the Bilder-burglars, as if they are a gang plotting a heist. The Russia Today network assigns their top reporter in Germany, Peter Oliver, to cover the Bilderberg annual conference for international viewers of RT News. (See video clip hopefully embedded above.)
“What kind of top-secret meeting is this!?” lament the Bilderbergers. “We’d get less coverage if we advertised with parades and brass bands!”
The annual festival of laughter surrounding the Bilderberg meeting has now ended. The “secret” group has departed from Austria, taking with them much public jocularity. Another work week begins and people are bummed out. But hey, thanks for the laughs, Bilderbergers!
So what can we do to tide us over until next year’s hilarity? A board game called “The Bilderbergers” might help keep alive the glow of chuckles until next year’s fun. Each player is given minimal information: A list of attendees and a terse list of Bilderberg discussion topics. They must evade the “Cobras” – the Austrian secret police – while maneuvering their game pieces through a maze which can lead them to the inner sanctum. Along the way, lucky players might gain an “avatar” – an inside source who provides key information. But beware! The avatar might be a double-agent assigned by the Bilderbergers to mislead players in their quest.
Recommended for players is that they study up on the Bilderbergers. Who are these Bilderbergers and what do we really know about them?
A clue is provided by the late Eustace Mullins, in his book, Secrets of the Federal Reserve. “In the 1960s, as growing attention centered on the surreptitious governmental activities of the Council on Foreign Relations, subsidiary groups, known as the Trilateral Commission and the Bilderbergers, representing the identical financial interests, began operations,” Mullins informs us. But who were these “identical financial interests” which Mullins wrote about? One must travel in Mr. Peabody’s Wayback Machine, back to the year 1899, when J.P. Morgan went to England to attend the International Bankers House Publishing Company Convention. When he returned, J.P. Morgan had been appointed head representative of the Rothschild interests in the United States. 
The first meeting of the traveling troupe was held in 1954, at the Bilderberg Hotel in Oosterbeek, Holland. Hence their name, “The Bilderbergers.” Dutch royals were preeminent. Prince Bernhard, husband of the ex-Queen Juliana of the Netherlands, was chairperson. Earlier, in 1952, Prince Bernhard had traveled to the United States and campaigned for Gerald Ford, who was running for Congress at the time.  Ford later sat on the Warren Commission, which ruled a “lone nut”, Lee Harvey Oswald, had been solely responsible for the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in 1963.
To really bone up on Bilderbergers, a book by Daniel Estulin, The True Story of The Bilderberg Group, can be studied. Estulin, an award-winning investigative journalist, tracked the trail of Bilderbergers for 14 years before publication. According to Estulin’s book, the secretive Bilderbergers have been making major political, economical and social decisions since their first gathering in 1954. 
So you can see, in spite of the guffaws, that Bilderbergers are not persons to be trifled with. Reportedly, elements of the Bilderberg spider web tried to kill Daniel Estulin for writing his book.  The Bilderbergers are so powerful that, according to Lawrence T. Patterson, publisher in the 1990s of Criminal Politics magazine, they selected Bill Clinton to be U.S. President during their June 1991 meeting at Baden-Baden, Germany. 
——- Sources ——-
 Secrets Of The Federal Reserve, by Eustace Mullins. Kindle e-book edition. The year for the International Bankers House Publishing Company Convention may have been 1878, not 1899. Mullins gives conflicting dates in my copy of his book.
 The Unseen Hand, by A. Ralph Epperson. Tucson, AZ: Publius Press, 1985.
 “Daniel Estulin”, Wikipedia, June 13, 2015.
 Review of The True Story of The Bilderberg Group at Amazon.com. Review by D. C. Collin, June 11, 2015.
 Lawrence T. Patterson, cited in Clinton Confidential, by George Carpozi, Jr. Del Mar, CA: Emery Dalton Books, 1995.