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Bilderberg The Elitist 3 Day Secret Trans-Atlantic Meeting : An Interview With Charlie Skelton


In todays video I interviewed Charlie Skelton who since 2009 has covered the Bilderberg group for the Guardian. We discuss some of the massive names, countries, corporations and governments represented at the last two meetings. The 2022 meeting in Washington saw a complete media blackout, except for Charlies article for the Guardian. There was also little attention to the 2023 meeting in Lisbon, Portugal. We also discuss a brief history of the group, the potential influence and Charlies personal experiences being on the ground, outside the meeting locations. He tells a comedic story of his first ever experience covering the group in Greece, where he was chased by secret police and almost arrested for simply taking photos.


The Bilderberg meetings are often attended by heavy hitters from North America and Europe, in royalty, heads of western intelligence, NATO, the EU, Governments, banks, corporations, investors, media and big tech. These people sit on multiple boards and are industry leaders. They meet once a year, for 3 days in secret, with no press oversight and Chatham house rules, so nothing said can be discussed outside the meeting.


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Charlie Skelton is a comedy writer, journalist and olive farmer. He is script editor of Channel 4's 10 O'Clock Live and writes on various similar sorts of things for television and radio. He has covered the Bilderberg meeting every year since 2009 for the Guardian.




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Jason Bermas Interview with Charlie - Guardian Sleuth Dares To Demystify Bilderberg





Mr. Gill

Sharethis specific contribution To ask the Prime Minister which members of his Government have attended meetings of the Bilderberg Group. [34298]


The Prime Minister

[holding answer 16 March 1998]: None.






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