Only Jim Tucker could pull back
the veil of secrecy from the Bilderberg Group and only AFP has the courage to
publish this volume.
Now, in the pages of Jim Tucker’s
Bilderberg Diary, Jim Tucker lays out, for the first time, his entire
remarkable history of covering Bilderberg (and its Trilateral and CFR allies),
literally infiltrating Bilderberg meetings, procuring their private documents,
and working relentlessly to shine the spotlight of public scrutiny on
Bilderberg’s affairs. Tucker’s prose, first-hand, folksy and colorful, will
introduce you to the little-known arena of the Bilderberg elite.
This volume is a memorable and
panoramic journey that will lay bare the realities behind modern-day
international power politics in a way that you’ve never seen before. And the
book includes several representative lists of Bilderberg membership over the
past several years, more than 80 fascinating on-the-spot photographs of the
Bilderbergers in action and photo reproductions of actual Bilderberg documents
secured by Tucker. Plus a fascinating Afterword by Willis A. Carto, the man who
first suggested Tucker cover Bilderberg for The Spotlight newspaper, realizing
what was happening behind closed doors at Bilderberg meetings was far more
important, and sinister, than Bilderberg press releases were admitting.
ever heard the mass media claim that concerns about Bilderberg are “just some
crazy conspiracy theory,” you’ll definitely think otherwise as you travel with
Jim Tucker into the world of Bilderberg.
PDF, 253 pages
Foreword by Christopher Bollyn
Preface: What Is Bilderberg
Chapter 1: The Early Years
Chapter 2: Quebec, 1983
Chapter 3: Saltsjobaden, 1984
Chapter 4: White Plains, 1985
Chapter 5: Gleneagles, 1986
Chapter 6: Cer nobbio, 1987
Chapter 7: Innsbruck, 1988
Chapter 8: La Toja, 1989
Chapter 9: Glen Cove, 1990
Chapter 10: Baden-Baden, 1991
Chapter 11: Evian, 1992
Chapter 12: Vouliagmeni, 1993
Chapter 13: Helsinki, 1994
Chapter 14: Burgenstock, 1995
Chapter 15: King City, 1996
Chapter 16: Lake Lanier, 1997
Chapter 17: Turnberry, 1998
Chapter 18: Sintra, 1999
Chapter 19: Brussels, 2000
Chapter 20: Gothenburg, 2001
Chapter 21: Chantilly, 2002
Chapter 22: Versailles, 200
Chapter 23: Stresa, 2004
Chapter 24: Rottach-Egern, 2005
After word: Masters of the Universe by Willis A. Carto
Appendix 1: Attendee Lists
Appendix 2: The Bilderberg Blackout
Appendix 3: Bilderberg Strikes Back
Appendix 4: Bilderberg Meeting Sites
Excerpt from section “Bilderberg: Conspiracy ‘Theory’ or Fact?”:
Covering Bilderberg is more than
a spring adventure—it is a year-round operation. Two of the most significant
Bilderberg exposés occurred during the “off-season” and in unlikely ways.
In March 1985, The Washington Post carried a few lines
of type in its society section, noting that David Rockefeller and Henry
Kissinger had a meeting with Mikhail Gorbachev, head of the then-Soviet Union.
The Post described the meeting as
productive, and that was all. A check of the Soviet-controlled media revealed
Rockefeller and Kissinger had
told Gorbachev they were sympathetic with the economic stress suffered by the
Soviet Union and could arrange for U.S. financial aid to its puppet state of
Poland if Americans could observe a “free election.” So it was arranged that
Poland would have a “freely elected” national legislature with only one-third
of the seats reserved for the entrenched Communist Party.
Another one-third of the seats
were reserved for the Peasant Party, a wing of the Communist Party that had
voted in lockstep with the Kremlin’s dictates for 40 years.
But when the “election” was over,
young Turks in the Peasant Party seized the moment and voted with members who
were truly freely elected to form the government, ousting the communist regime.
The fires of freedom then swept Eastern Europe, bringing an end to the Cold
War. Based on this information, the still-flourishing Spotlight did an advance story on the downfall of communism in
Europe, long before the mainstream media had a hint.
Another significant event
occurred when NATO celebrated its 50th anniversary in Washington in April 1999.
Kenneth Clark, former Chancellor of the Exchequer in Britain and a longtime
Bilderberg luminary, agreed to what he thought would be a “sweetheart session”
with a small group of reporters at the National Press Club. I asked the first
question, pointing out that he would be attending the Bilderberg meeting in
Sintra, Portugal, and inquired about the agenda.
The question stunned him. He was
too embarrassed to deny Bilderberg when he had been told the city, country,
resort and precise dates. He was pounded by questions. Before the hour ended,
he had openly acknowledged that Bilderberg intended for the Western Hemisphere
to become an “American Union” similar to the European Union. The American
Union’s common currency would be the dollar.