Globalist powerbrokers of the Bilderberg Group are so deeply concerned about the uprising of populism in Europe they have made it the first item in the agenda of their secretive annual meeting.
Political leaders and experts from industry, finance, academia and the media will take part in the annual conference, taking place this year in Turin from Thursday to Sunday.
So far, 131 participants from 23 countries have confirmed their attendance, Bilderberg’s organizers said. Some of the names on this year’s guestlist include the president of the World Economic Forum, Borge Brende, the CEOs of Airbus, DeepMind and Total, as well as Mark Carney, governor of the Bank of England and Ryanair’s Michael O’Leary.
The meeting is chaired by French businessman Henri de Castries and he leads the organization’s “steering committee,” reports UK Express.
The key topics for discussion at this year’s meeting were published by its organizers Wednesday, giving an insight into what are deemed the most pressing issues in global affairs:
1. Populism in Europe
2. The inequality challenge
3. The future of work
4. Artificial intelligence
5. The U.S. before midterms
6. Free trade
7. U.S. world leadership
9. Quantum computing
10. Saudi Arabia and Iran
11. The “post-truth” world
12. Current events
Some issues like the rise of anti-establishment politics and populism in Europe, persistent inequality, the West’s trick relationship with a resurgent Russia and Saudi Arabia and Iran’s emnity have been around for a while. Others, like the rise of artificial intelligence and quantum computing, reflect uncertainty over mankind’s relationship with technology.
Over the course of the last 12 months, populist parties won elections in the Czech Republic, anti-immigration and eurosceptic leaders increased their influence in Germany and Austria and they retained power in Hungary.
The Bilderberg Meeting, founded in 1954, was designed to facilitate globalist collaborators between Europe and North America.
Despite holding no official power, the status of the group’s members make it one of the most influential gathering in the world.
The summit will take place between June 7-10, and will be ruled by the Chatham House rule, which allows people to use information shared during the debates but not to identify the person who shared it.
Mr Americana, Overpasses News Desk
June 6th, 2018