The Bilder­berg Group: The Agenda Of The Nazis

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The Bilder­berg Group: Founded By A Nazi And Con­tin­u­ing The Agenda Of The Nazis

When you want to dis­cover what an orga­ni­za­tion is really all about, it is impor­tant to dig down to the roots. And when you uncover the roots of the Bilder­berg Group, you find some very unset­tling things. It turns out that the Bilder­berg Group has had Nazi con­nec­tions from the very begin­ning, and it con­tin­ues to advance the agenda of the Nazis to this very day. This year, the Bilder­berg Group is meet­ing from June 11th to June 14th at the Inter­alpen Hotel which is near the city of Telfs, Aus­tria. This orga­ni­za­tion has so much power that even sev­eral days before the event police are keep­ing every­one (includ­ing reporters) 10 kilo­me­ters away from the hotel. If this is just a group of pri­vate cit­i­zens get­ting together to chat about world issues, why all the secu­rity? What is so spe­cial about this group of peo­ple that rates such extra­or­di­nary mea­sures? And why are they so bound and deter­mined to keep all of the rest of us away from them?

Dur­ing World War II, the Nazi effort to unite all of Europe (and ulti­mately the rest of the world) through war failed mis­er­ably. When the war ended, those that believed in that dream decided that another approach would be nec­es­sary. Instead of war, a united Europe dom­i­nated by Ger­many would be achieved through inter­na­tional treaties and diplo­macy. In 1957, the Euro­pean Eco­nomic Com­mu­nity was estab­lished, and it began with just six coun­tries: Bel­gium, France, Italy, Lux­em­bourg, the Nether­lands, and West Ger­many. Since that time, it has expanded to 28 nations and has become known as “the Euro­pean Union”.

The idea for the com­mon cur­rency that the Euro­pean Union uses today, the euro, was con­ceived and devel­oped by the Bilder­berg Group. This orga­ni­za­tion has always been at the fore­front of Euro­pean unity, but most peo­ple have no idea where it came from.

Well, the truth is that the Bilder­berg Group first met in 1954, and one of the key founders of the group was Prince Bern­hard of the Nether­lands. Not only was he a founder, Prince Bern­hard actu­ally served as the organization’s chair­man until 1976. So why is this impor­tant? Most peo­ple do not real­ize this, but Prince Bern­hard actu­ally belonged to the Nazi Party at one time. The fol­low­ing is an excerpt from an arti­cle that appeared in the Tele­graph

Bern­hard, a secret his­tory” has revealed that the prince was a mem­ber of the Ger­man Nazi party until 1934, three years before he mar­ried Princess Juliana, the future queen of the Netherlands.

Annejet van der Zijl, a Dutch his­to­rian, has found mem­ber­ship doc­u­ments in Berlin’s Hum­boldt Uni­ver­sity that prove Prince Bern­hard, who stud­ied there, had joined Deutsche Stu­den­ten­schaft, a National Social­ist stu­dent fra­ter­nity, as well as the Nazi NSDAP and its para­mil­i­tary wing, the Sturmabteilung.

He left all the groups on leav­ing uni­ver­sity in Decem­ber 1934, when he went to work for the Ger­man chem­i­cal giant, IG Far­ben. And Prince Bernhard’s asso­ci­a­tion with IG Far­ben also links him to the Nazis.

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