Friday, June 1, 2012

Photo Update of Bilderberg 2012 Arrivals and Official Attendee List

The Intel Hub

The following photos, taken at the Westfield Marriott in Chantilly Virginia on Thursday, May 31st , confirm numerous attendees at the Bilderberg (Palm Tree) Conference.

Heather Reisman – Founder and chief executive of the Canadian chain Indigo Books and Music.
Photo by Shepard Ambellas — © theintelhub.com

Alison Redford – Premier of Alberta, Canada.
Photo by Shepard Ambellas — © theintelhub.com

Kevin Warsh – Visiting fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution and former Federal Reserve Board of Governors Member.
Photo by Marcus Gabrel

Jacob Wallenberg (and his wife) – Swedish Banker and Industrialist.
Photo by Shepard Ambellas — © theintelhub.com

Henri de Castries - Chairman and CEO of AXA (France)
Photo by Shepard Ambellas — © theintelhub.com

Cheng Li – Director of Research and Senior Fellow, John L Thornton China Center, Brookings Institution.
By Hannah Borno

Ying Fu – Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs. (China)
By Hannah Borno

Stay tuned as these are only the first in a series of photos and videos exposing the attendees of the Bilderberg 2012 meetings.

Bilderberg 2012 Official List
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6 comments:

Retro Active said...

I'm sorry, but that is not Jutta Urpilainen.

Activist said...

Thank you very much for the note -- removed.

Anonymous said...

Please note Alison Redford is the Premier of Alberta, Harper is the Prime Minister.

Activist said...

Got it, thank you

Anonymous said...

Look folks!Most of the real decisions are made way before these meetings are made public.Get over it!
You've been bought and sold before you were even BORN!!!Research,F.Springmerer,W.Copper for starters...

Nemetron 2000 said...

The parade of the damned.

Bilderberg = archaic construct who's extinction is long overdo.

...modern day dinosaurs.

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