Attendees at Recent Bilderberg

The “Woodstock for Conspiracy Theorists” finally has come to an end and “the list” was published – including those usual members of European (American?) royalty, national leaders, political power-brokers and heads of the world’s biggest companies.

James P. Tucker, the 74-year-old American journalist, who has been following the Bilderberg group for almost half of his life, has written extensively about it, and recently published a “Bilderberg diary”. He follows the “private group”, that has not even a website, from meeting to meeting that are held around the world once a year.

Tucker says: “Some people say that I advocate a conspiracy theory. That’s not true. I recognize a conspiracy fact,”

List from Toronto Star:

Jacques Aigrain, CEO of Swiss Re.
George Alogoskoufis, finance minister of Greece.
Ahmad Chalabi, former deputy prime minister of Iraq and long-time opponent of Saddam Hussein.
George A. David, chairman of Coca-Cola.
Paul Desmarais, CEO of Power Corporation.
Richard Holbrooke, key American negotiator for 1995 Bosnian peace accords.
Vernon Jordan, friend and onetime presidential aide to Bill Clinton.
Henry Kissinger, foreign-policy guru and secretary of state under Richard Nixon.
Johann Koss, Norwegian Olympian and president of Right to Play organization.
Ed Kronenburg, director of NATO’s private office.
Bernardino Leon Gross, Spain’s foreign minister.
Ronald S. Lloyd, chairman of Credit Suisse First Boston.
Frank McKenna, former New Brunswick premier, now deputy chair of Toronto Dominion.
Queen Beatrix of The Netherlands.
Gordon Nixon, Royal Bank of Canada president, CEO.
George Pataki, governor of New York state.
Richard Perle, senior foreign policy adviser to U.S. President George W. Bush.
Heather Reisman, chair and CEO of Indigo Books and Music Inc.
David Rockefeller, retired banker, heir to oil fortune.
Dennis Ross, former Clinton Mideast negotiator.
Giulio Tremonti, VP of Italy’s chamber of deputies.
James Wolfensohn, U.S. Mideast envoy, former head of the World Bank.
Robert Zoellick, deputy U.S. secretary of state.