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viernes, 22 de mayo de 2009

Grupo Bilderberg 2009: ¿no pueden esconderse mejor?

Se celebró del 14 al 17 de mayo la reunión del grupo más influyente y más secreto del mundo.



Desde 1954 el grupo Bilderberg, élite político-económico-militar occidental, se reúne a puerta cerrada para acordar líneas de actuación comunes para todos los gobiernos, bancos centrales y organismos internacionales. Este año el marco elegido para el cónclave fue el Nafsika Astir Palace Hotel de Vouliagmeni, una localidad costera a 20 km. de Atenas. Los asistentes fueron unos 130 entre jefes de Estado y de gobierno, ministros de economía, banqueros centrales, economistas, administradores delegados de las principales multinacionales, jefes de Estado Mayor y directores de las redes televisivas y editoriales más importantes de Europa y América del Norte.

No hubo ruedas de prensa ni comunicados oficiales, de modo que no se sabe a ciencia cierta el orden del día. Sin embargo, este año el escritor ruso Daniel Estulin (que lleva años estudiando y publicando libros sobre el Grupo Bilderberg) declaró que había conseguido una copia del orden del día, que sería el siguiente: "El futuro de la economía de EEUU y el dólar; el desempleo en EEUU: soluciones y previsiones; ¿Depresión o estancamiento prolongado?; la ratificación del Tratado de Lisboa".

Dos periodistas, Charlie Skelton para el Guardian, y Paul Dorneanu para infocon.ro, han documentado abundantemente las severas medidas de seguridad que rodeaban el hotel donde se celebró la reunión. Ambos han denunciado que sufrieron persecución, amenazas y que los llevaron a declarar a la comisaría de policía. Todo por intentar informar.



Lean esta lista, tomada del sitio Peace Reporter (hemos puesto en negrita los nombres españoles, corregido el de Gallardón y avanzamos una hipótesis para otro nombre mal transcrito):

Dutch Queen Beatrix
Queen Sofia of Spain
Prince Constantijn (Belgian Prince)
Prince Philippe Etienne Ntavinion, Belgium
Étienne, Viscount Davignon, Belgium (former vice-president of the European Commission)
Josef Ackermann (Swiss banker and CEO of Deutsche Bank)
Keith B. Alexander, United States (Lieutenant General, U.S. Army, Director of the National Security Agency)
Roger Altman, United States (investment banker, former U.S. Deputy Treasury Secretary under Bill Clinton)
Georgios A. Arapoglou, Greece (Governor of National Bank of Greece)
Ali Babaca , Turkey (Deputy Prime Minister responsible for economy)
Francisco Pinto Balsemão, Portugal (former Prime Minister of Portugal)
Nicholas Bavarez, France (economist and historian)
Franco Bernabè, Italy (Telecom Italia)
Xavier Bertrand, France (French politician connected to Nicolas Sarkozy)
Carl Bildt, Sweden (former Prime Minister of Sweden)
January Bgiorklount, Norway (?)
Christoph Blocher, Switzerland (industrialist, Vice President of the Swiss People's Party)
Alexander Bompar, France (?)
Ana Patricia Botin, Spain, (President of Banco Banesto)
Henri de Castries, France (President of AXA, the French global insurance companies group)
Juan Luis Cebrián, Spain (journalist for Grupo PRISA; his father was a senior journalist in the fascist Franco regime)
W. Edmund Clark, Canada (CEO TD Bank Financial Group)
Kenneth Clarke, Great Britain (MP, Shadow Business Secretary)
Luc Cohen, Belgium (?)
George David, United States (Chairman and former CEO of United Technologies Corporation, board member of Citigroup)
Richard Dearlove, Great Britain (former head of the British Secret Intelligence Service)
Mario Draghi, Italy (economist, governor of the Bank of Italy)
Eldrup Anders, Denmark (CEO Dong Energy)
John Elkann, Italy (Italian industrialist, grandson of the late Gianni Agnelli, and heir to the automaker Fiat)
Thomas Enders, Germany (CEO Airbus)
Jose Entrecanales, Spain (?)
Isintro phenomena casket, Spain (?) (¿Isidro Fainé, presidente de la Caixa?)
Niall Ferguson, United States (Professor of History at Harvard University and William Ziegler Professor at Harvard Business School)
Timothy Geithner, United States (Secretary of the Treasury)
Ntermot convergence, Ireland (AIV Group) (?)
Donald Graham, United States (CEO and chairman of the board of The Washington Post Company)
Victor Chalmperstant, Netherlands (Leiden University)
Ernst Hirsch Ballin, Netherlands (Dutch politician, minister of Justice in the fourth Balkenende cabinet, member of the Christian Democratic Appeal)
Richard Holbrooke, United States (Obama's special envoy for Afghanistan and Pakistan)
Jaap De Hoop Scheffer, Netherlands (Dutch politician and the current NATO Secretary General)
James Jones, United States (National Security Advisor to the White House)
Vernon Jordan, United States (lawyer, close adviser to President Bill Clinton)
Robert Keigkan, United States (? - possibly Robert Kagan, neocon historian)
Girki Katainen, Finland (?)
John Kerr (aka Baron Kerr of Kinlochard), Britain (Deputy Chairman of Royal Dutch Shell and an independent member of the House of Lords)
Mustafa Vehbi Koç, Turkey (President of industrial conglomerate Koç Holding)
Roland GT, Germany (?)
Sami Cohen, Turkey (Journalist) (?)
Henry Kissinger, United States
Marie Jose Kravis, United States (Hudson Institute)
Neelie Kroes, Netherlands (European Commissioner for Competition)
Odysseas Kyriakopoulos, Greece (Group S & B) (?)
Manuela Ferreira Leite, Portugal (Portuguese economist and politician)
Bernardino Leon Gross, Spain (Secretary General of the Presidency)
Jessica Matthews, United States (President of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace)
Philippe Maystadt (President of the European Investment Bank)
Frank McKenna, Canada (Deputy Chairman of the Toronto-Dominion Bank)
John Micklethwait, Great Britain (Editor-in-chief of The Economist)
Thierry de Montbrial, France (founded the Department of Economics of the École Polytechnique and heads the Institut français des relations internationales)
Mario Monti, Italy (Italian economist and politician, President of the Bocconi University of Milan)
Miguel Angel Moratinos, Spain (Minister of Foreign Affairs)
Craig Mundie, United States (chief research and strategy officer at Microsoft)
Egil Myklebust, Norway (Chairman of the board of SAS Group, Scandinavian Airlines System)
Mathias Nass, Germany (Editor of the newspaper Die Zeit)
Denis Olivennes, France (director general of Nouvel Observateur)
Frederic Oudea, France (CEO of Société Générale bank)
Cem Özdemir, Germany (co-leader of the Green Party and Member of the European Parliament)
Tommaso Padoa-Schioppa, Italy (Italian banker, economist, and former Minister of Economy and Finance)
Dimitrios Th.Papalexopoulo, Greece (Managing Director of Titan Cement Company SA)
Richard Perle, United States (American Enterprise Institute)
David Petraeus, United States (Commander, U.S. Central Command)
Manuel Pinho, Portugal (Minister of Economy and Innovation)
J. Robert S. Prichard, Canada (CEO of Torstar Corporation and president emeritus of the University of Toronto)
Romano Prodi, Italy (former Italian Prime Minister and former President of the European Commission)
Heather M. Reisman, Canada (co-founder of Indigo Books & Music Inc.).
Eivint Reitan, Norway (economist, corporate officer and politician for the Centre Party)
Michael Rintzier, Czech Republic (?)
David Rockefeller, United States
Dennis Ross, United States (special adviser for the Persian Gulf and Southwest Asia to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton)
Barnett R. Rubin, United States (Director of Studies and Senior Fellow, Center for International Cooperation)
Alberto Ruiz Gallardón, Spain (?)
Susan Sampantzi Ntintzer, Turkey (?) Guler Sabanci, President of Sabanci Holdings (?)
Indira Samarasekera, Canada (President of University of Alberta, Board of Directors Scotiabank)
Rountol Solten, Austria (?)
Jürgen E. Schrempp, Germany (CEO DaimlerChrysler)
Pedro Solbes Mira, Spain (economist, Socialist, Second Vice President and Minister of Economy and Finance)
Sampatzi Saraz, Turkey (banker) (?) possibly Süreyya Serdengeçti (former Governor of the Central Bank of Turkey) http://arsiv.zaman.com.tr/2002/05/29/ekonomi/h6.htm
Sanata Seketa, Canada (University of Canada) (?)
Lawrence Summers, United States (economist, Director of the White House's National Economic Council)
Peter Sutherland, Ireland (Chairman, BP and Chairman of Goldman Sachs International)
Martin Taylor, United Kingdom (former chief executive of Barclays Bank, currently Chairman of Syngenta AG)
Peter Thiel, United States (Clarium Capital Management LCC, PayPal co-founder, Board of Directors, Facebook)
Agan Ourgkout, Turkey (?)
Matti Taneli Vanhanen, Finland, (Prime Minister)
Daniel L. Vasella, Switzerland (Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer at Novartis AG)
Jeroen van der Veer, Netherlands (CEO of Royal Dutch Shell)
Guy Verhofstadt, Belgium (former Prime Minister)
Paul Volcker, U.S. (former Federal Reserve director, Chair of Obama's Economic Recovery Advisory Board)
Jacob Wallenberg, Sweden (chairman of Investor AB and former chairman of Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken)
Marcus Wallenberg, Sweden (CEO of Investor AB, former chairman of Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken)
Nout Wellink, Netherlands (Chairman of De Nederlandsche Bank, Board of Directors, the Bank of International Settlements)
Hans Wijers, Netherlands (CEO of the multinational corporation AkzoNobel)
Martin Wolf, Great Britain (associate editor and chief economics commentator at the Financial Times)
James Wolfensohn, United States (former president of the World Bank)
Paul Wolfowitz, United States (for U.S. Deputy Secretary of Defense, President of the World Bank, currently AEI scholar)
Fareed Zakaria, United States (journalist, author, and CNN host)
Robert Zoellick, United States (former managing director of Goldman Sachs, President the World Bank)
Dora Bakoyannis, Greece (Minister of Foreign Affairs)
Anna Diamantopoulou, Greece (Member of Parliament for the Panhellenic Socialist Movement)
Yannis Papathanasiou, Greece (Minister of Finance)
George Alogoskoufis, Greece (former Minister)
George A. David, Greece (businessman, president of Coca-Cola)

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