Bilderberg Secrets Revealed- Tax Returns!

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Notorious Bilderberg Group Exposed

Dresden, Germany – The annual Bilderberg meeting will commence in less than 48 hours from now, and will run until the 12th of June. Although it is customary for the meeting to take place in the United States every fourth year (it was held in Chantilly, Virginia in 2012), it will be held in Dresden, Germany. This is most likely due to the fact that we are in the middle of a very heated election year.


A snapshot of the Bilderberg Group’s 2008 tax return

The group derives its name from the Hotel de Bilderberg located in Oosterbeek, Netherlands, where the inaugural meeting was held from May 29th to 31st in the year 1954. The group, by its own admission, seeks to advance Atlanticism, which is defined as the strengthening of relations between the United States, Europe and Canada.

The group has remained highly secretive ever since its founding, and for decades its very existence was denied by the mainstream media. As alternative and independent news sources have consistently fought to expose the meeting to the public, more and more information has slowly trickled down to we the people. Enter the Bilderberg tax returns.

Bilderberg Legally a “Charity Organization”?

The yearly tax returns of the Bilderberg Group have been made available as PDF files via the Economic Research Institute (ERI); the files can be downloaded and printed for your convenience. This paperwork is very telling, as it gives the people insights into Bilderberg that would stagger the mind. As you should know, the group consists of 120 to 150 of the world’s richest and most powerful people, including world leaders, owners of big corporations, media moguls, and so on. A complete list of the attendees are made available on In theory, these are the last people who would be in need of charitable donations, no?

Well, that theory would be irrelevant, because according to the 2008 tax returns, which are arguably the most telling between the returns ranging from 2007 to 2014, Bilderberg is categorized as a “Section 4947(c)(1) Nonexempt Charitable Trust Treated as a Private Foundation”. Please note that under the “Check type of organization” header, the option checked is “Section 501(c)(3) exempt private foundation”. What exactly does this mean? The man who broke this story to the media in first place has some answers.

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