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- The News is today publishing, for the
first time anywhere in the world, reliable indications of the agenda
items for this year's meeting. The items on the agenda should however be
treated as "tentative" and "flexible", and confirmation
from the group itself is not possible due to its secretive nature.
- John K. Whitley, an internationally respected
researcher into the Bilderberg movement, has sent us what is reliably believed
to be the Sintra agenda. The items are as credible as they can be at
this late stage and, bearing in mind the secrecy of this group, it
could have been already altered somewhat since the last contact was made
with a Bilderberger insider. The entire agenda will be printed in the
Toronto-based New World Order Intelligence Update later this week at
- The first point open for discussion in
Sintra will be the review of the progress being made in the formation of
an Asian bloc under the leadership of Japan. Free trade, a single currency
and a political union similar to the European Union is planned for
the region. The installation of an American Union is up for discussion,
this being similar to the E.U, with a quick review of the scheduled
splintering of Canada. This theme was originally scheduled for discussion
in 1997, though the proposed break-up of Canada has been reportedly
facilitated by the presence of a Canadian media magnate and alleged
- Next on the agenda, and more contemporary,
is the Kosovo war. The Bilderberg meeting will include discussions on the
formation of a greater Albanian state following "trusteeship"
of an "independent" Kosovo, the dismemberment of Yugoslavia
(by the return of its northern province, which has 350,000 ethnic Hungarians,
to Hungary) as part of a general re-drawing of borders in the region
(calculated to continue regional instability and conflict), and the reconstruction
worth billions of dollars of the destroyed regional infrastructure
at western tax payers' expense.
- Another item is the ultimate replacement
of NATO with a Western European Army, probably sooner than later due to
the bad press NATO has endured over this current campaign. Efforts
will be made to speed up the transformation of the W.E.U into a credible
European military force initially relying on American back up. This
will complete American military disengagement from Western Europe and leave
US forces available for wider global policing, if necessary, with W.E.U.
backup in return (first reported on the Bilderberg plan in the 1996
Bilderberg report). The key point here is that the Bilderbergers win no
matter what happens to NATO - if it survives a little longer, they
can use it as an emergency global police force; if it loses credibility
over the Kosovo affair, then they just accelerate its replacement in
Europe with the W.E.U. which they planned on doing anyway.
- Bilderbergers are said to be extremely
concerned about the global impact of, and opportunities offered by, the
Y2K problem (which the Bilderbergers believe to be far worse than many
people have realised). The alleged presence of Bill Gates at the Sintra
meeting may substantiate this claim. On the possible appointment of a Y2K
Czar to oversee global passage through the "Y2K Emergency"
(one name repeatedly coming up as the most likely candidate here is
Mikhail Gorbachev, whose international standing would win him ready
- Other key topics so far are said to be
some oil items and financial affairs (IMF, U.S. economy and stock market,
gold market manipulation).
- With the meeting now only a few days
away, nothing has appeared in the Portuguese, European or international
media, though the internet is 'alive' with speculation. One international
press agency in Lisbon is reported to have said that it has been waiting
for the international press to request stories or photos, yet so far not
one single request has been received from anywhere.
- The wall of silence remains impregnable
- Stop Press:
- As The News went to press on Thursday
we received two additional agenda items from John Whitley.
- 1. Preparation for a "mid-East peace
settlement" (ie - the declaration of a Palestinian State and the
final disposition of Jerusalem - quote: "The results for Israel will
not be good.") This explains the heavy emphasis on Israeli and
international Jewish representation, plus the attendance of key representatives
of Arab regimes which are implacably opposed to Israel - quote: "The
deal on Jerusalem has already been done, and the Golan issue is being
ironed out right now."
- 2. Global taxation in support of the
UN, as the emerging "global governance" centre, to begin with
a world-wide tax on e-commerce (this may be why the CEO's of so many
key computer companies, including Bill Gates, are in attendance) and to
be followed by an individual direct tax collected on the UN's behalf
by national governments.
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