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Turin, Italy, June 7-10 - Bilderberg 2018 confirmed?

 
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 03, 2018 1:02 pm    Post subject: Turin, Italy, June 7-10 - Bilderberg 2018 confirmed? Reply with quote

Turin, Italy, June 7-10 - Bilderberg 2018 confirmed?

‘The Shroud of Turin’ Lifted: Bilderberg to Meet in Italy in June
FEBRUARY 1, 2018 BY MARK ANDERSON 0 COMMENTS
http://21stcenturywire.com/2018/02/01/shroud-turin-lifted-bilderberg-meet-italy-june/
By Mark Anderson 21st Century Wire
More advance notice than perhaps ever before has been given this year regarding where and when the infamous, highly secretive Bilderberg Group will next meet. Apparently, the “Bilderbergers,” as they’re often called, will return to Italy for the first time in 14 years, having last met there in 2004 in the city of Stresa.
Interestingly, the information on the meeting’s whereabouts ultimately was leaked by the Serbian government, apparently in an innocent manner, as this writer found out writing a Jan. 30 article for American Free Press that broke the usual silence at this early juncture in the year as to where and when the elusive Bilderberg Group will meet.
According to a Jan. 29 news item at the Independent Balkan News Agency (IBNA) website, Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic “received an official invitation to the Bilderberg meeting of this year, which will be held in Turin, Italy, June 7-10.”
Besides the Stresa meeting, the Bilderberg Group has met in Italy two other times, in April 1987 and April 1965, both in Villa d’Este.
The 2018 meeting will represent the 66th time the Bilderbergers have gathered. It appears that Bilderberg, by inviting the Serbian leader, is continuing one of its core functions of picking people favorable to the maintenance and advancement of the U.S.-Europe “transatlantic” aspect of worldgovernment.
The coveted “Bilderberg boost” for fast-track career advancement, which may be afforded to Ms. Brnabic, evidently happened to neo-conservative Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.). He attended last year’s Bilderberg meeting in Virginia and subsequently has been considered to head the CIA, of all positions, even though the former Army soldier is thought to be the youngest person ever to have served as a U.S. Senator, after serving just one U.S. House term.
The group first met in 1954 at the Hotel De Bilderberg in the Netherlands—hence its name—with the help of CIA funds that were floated to nurture the early European Movement. The movement planted the seeds for the European Union superstate, according to Richard Aldrich, professor of international security at the University of Warwick in England.
The Bilderberg Group meets annually at the world’s most ritzy hotels and resorts, surrounded by an armada of armed private security and local police, for a closed-door, three-day forum involving about 140 top corporate titans, technology gurus, select royalty, central bankers, former and current intelligence officials, think-tank fellows, and select reporters and editors who leave their ethics and notebooks at the gate. The sitting head of NATO attends every year. Most attendees come from Europe and North America.
The group is managed by a 31-member steering committee that currently includes nine Americans, including Alphabet Inc. executive chairman Eric Schmidt, NEOM CEO Klaus Kleinfeld, Palantir Technologies CEO Alex Karp, and Marie-Josée Kravis, a Hudson Institute fellow and president of the American Friends of Bilderberg—which raises funds for the group’s meetings but claims to be a type of charity in its Form 990 tax filings—even though its “charitable” activities are reported as addressing issues surrounding the transatlantic alliance….
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 04, 2018 2:17 pm    Post subject: NH Torino Lingotto Congress? Reply with quote

NH Torino Lingotto Congress
Via Nizza, 262 10126 Turin - Italy
Reservations: +34 91 398 46 61
Tel.: +39 011 664 20 00
nhlingotto@nh-hotels.com

Check-in:
07/06/2018
Check-Out:
10/06/2018
Occupancy
1 Adult, 0 Children, 0 Babies / 1 Rooms
There is no availability for these dates We recommend changing dates, or searching for an alternative NH hotel in the same destination when available


Marriott AC Hotel Torino
Via Bisalta 11, Turin 10126 Italy
+39 011 639 5091

Jun 7 — Jun 10
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 04, 2018 9:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Good work W_B_M !

NH Torino Lingotto looks a strong possibility - apart from not taking bookings from 7th - 10th June, Wednesday 6th June is also not available. The Bilderbergers normally conduct a security sweep of the Hotel and grounds the day before the event so this adds up.

The AC Hotel Torino has rooms available on 6th June so might not be the venue
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 09, 2018 12:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Full marks lads - and good show all round
- double fruitcake this tea time Wink

whyfactor wrote:
Good work W_B_M !

NH Torino Lingotto looks a strong possibility - apart from not taking bookings from 7th - 10th June, Wednesday 6th June is also not available. The Bilderbergers normally conduct a security sweep of the Hotel and grounds the day before the event so this adds up.

The AC Hotel Torino has rooms available on 6th June so might not be the venue
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 13, 2018 9:51 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

This is now looking pretty firm.
June's most likely venue? Perhaps they moved from Venice for some reason? Not impossible!
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 15, 2018 5:36 pm    Post subject: John Elkann - Bilderberg Steering Committee Reply with quote

John Elkann, being on the Bilderberg Steering Committee, would be expected to organise this year`s conference if it was held in Italy.

Elkann was born in New York but is Chairman of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and is the grandson of Gianni Agnelli - the wealthy Italian Industrialist whose Agnelli Family founded the Fiat Company.

The NH Torino Lingotto Hotel just happens to be located in the old Fiat Car Factory in Turin! - no doubt Elkann will enjoy welcoming the Bilderberg Conference there - if it is the location.
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