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The 1982 Bilderberg Report
Date14 May 1982 - 16 May 1982
LocationRica Park Hotel,  Sandefjord,  Norway
ParticipantsWalter Scheel, Victor Halberstadt, Theodore L. Eliot Jr., Willem Duisenberg, Tage Andersen, Dwayne O. Andreas, Hannes Androsch, Egon Bahr, George W. Ball, Maria Becket, Jack F. Bennett, Georges Berthoin, Christoph Bertram, Ernst van der Beugel, Selahattin Beyazit, Björn Bjarnason, Gro Harlem Brundtland, Erhard Busek, Costa Carras, Jaime Carvajal Urquijo, C. Fredrik K. Castren, Jean Chretien, Henning Christophersen, Wisse Dekker, Paul Desmarais, William A. Dimma, Hermann F. Eilts, Murray H. Finley, Paul B. Finney, Jean François-Poncet, Knut Frydenlund, Evan G. Galbraith, Charles Getchell, Meg Greenfield, Sten Gustafsson, Geir Hallgrimsson, Fritz Halm, Robert A. Hanson, Henry J. Heinz II, Alfred Herrhausen, Erik Hoffmeyer, Karen E. House, Robin Ibbs, Hans Igler, Hal Jackman, Vernon E. Jordan, Elie Kedourie, Henry A. Kissinger, Andrew Knight, Helmut Kohl, Max Kohnstamm, Philippe Lagayette, Léon Lambert, Otto L. Graf Lambsdorff, Jacques de Larosiere, Nigel Lawson, Emile van Lennep, George Livanos, Winston Lord, Joseph Luns, Franz Lutolf, Donald S. MacDonald, Bruce K. MacLaury, David J. Mahoney, Jacques Maisonrouge, Rogerio Martins, Hans van Mierlo, Thierry de Montbrial, Tor Moursund, Einar Fr. Nagell-Erichsen, Klaus-Georg von Amsberg, James R. Nininger, Niels Norlund, Piero Ostellino, Sylvia Ostry, David Owen, Haluk Ozgul, Robert L. Pfaltzgraff, Richard Pipes, Karl Otto Pohl, Romano Prodi, James Roche, David Rockefeller, Bernard W. Rogers, Virginio Rognoni, Eric Roll, Robert V. Roosa, John Sainsbury, Ernest-Antoine Seillière, Stefano Silvestri, William E. Simon, Henri F. Simonet, Anders C. Sjaastad, Hermod Skanland, Christopher Soames, Theo Sommer, André Spoor, Thorvald Stoltenberg, Robert S. Strauss, Svenn Stray, Björn Svedberg, Otto Grieg Tidemand, Metin Toker, Victor H. Umbricht, Alexandre de Azeredo Vaz Pinto, Paul A. Volcker, Ben J. Wattenberg, Niels Werring, Joseph H. Williams, Kåre Willoch, Lars Wohlin, Otto Wolff von Amerongen, Manfred Wörner
PerpetratorsBilderberg/Steering committee
Witnessed byBernard C. Thillaye, Georg Zimmer-Lehmann, Carlos Aritario, Jacques Demers, Hanno Hartmann, Anne Hoogendoorn, R. K. Lochner, Charles Muller, Guido Peruzzo, Gianni Ravasio, Rudiger von Rosen, Folkmar Stoecker, Horst Teltschik, Charles Getchell, Grant F. Winthrop
DescriptionThe 30th Bilderberg, held in Norway.

The 1982 Bilderberg Meeting was the 30th such meeting and had participants from ~18 European countries, the United States, Canada and "various international organizations".[1] It was chaired by Walter Scheel and was held at the Rica Park Hotel, Sandefjord, Norway. The 113 guests included 20 business executives, 29 politicians, 8 financiers, 9 editors/journalists and 9 academics. The next meeting was the 1983 Bilderberg.

Agenda

The 1982 Bilderberg Conference Report was the first to include more than just the nationality of visitors. All known reports after 1981 have included a short (1 line) summary of guests. The reasons for the change are unknown. The report has been leaked and is now online. There were five topics on the agenda.[1]

1. Divergent Policies And Attitudes In The North Atlantic Community

There were three working papers. The first working paper, by Ben J. Wattenberg, was entitled Attitudes and Policy: How the Wealth Weapon Can Save the Alliance and Detente. The second working paper, by Henri Simonet, was entitled A European's Thoughts on the State of the Alliance. The third, by Manfred Wörner was entitled Divergent Policies and Attitudes in the North Atlantic Community. The discussion was chaired by Walter Scheel.

2. What Can Arms Control Achieve?

There were two working papers. The first was by Egon Bahr. The second working paper, by Robert L. Pfaltzgraff, was entitled The United States and the Atlantic Alliance in the 1980's. The discussion was chaired by Andrew Knight.

3. The Middle East: Issues At Stake

There were two working papers. The first, by Hermann Frederick Eilts, was entitled The Reagan Administration in the Middle East: Issues at Stake. The second working paper was by Elie Kedourie. The discussion was chaired by Winston Lord.

4. Economic Issues: Dogmas And Realities

There were two working papers. The first, by Sylvia Ostry, was entitled The United States and Europe: Coping with Change. The second, by William E. Simon, was entitled U.S. Economic Performance and Prospects. The discussion was chaired by Thierry de Montbrial.

5. Discussion Of Current Events

The topics were The Falkland Islands Crisis andEast-West Relations: Poland, Trade, and Finance.[1]

 

Participants

ParticipantDescription
Otto Wolff von AmerongenBilderberg Advisory Committee member, deep politician
Klaus-Georg von AmsbergPrince Claus of the Netherlands, fought for Hitler, implicated in underage sex ring with mayor Ed van Thijn and finance minister Onno Ruding. Alleged victim of sexual blackmail.
Tage AndersenDanish banker who attended 7 Bilderbergs in the 1980s
Dwayne AndreasLarge political donor to both major US parties.
Hannes AndroschFormer Bilderberg Steering committee member, politician, banker, businessman
Egon BahrQuad Bilderberger German SPD politician
George BallUS deep politician who attended all 40 Bilderberg meetings up to his death, he helped make key decisions about post-WW2 Europe.
Maria BecketOn the report of the 1982 Bilderberg she is listed as "Greece, Former Advisor to Ministers of Coordination and Foreign Affairs"
Jack BennettBilderberg Steering committee banker/businessman.
Georges BerthoinEuropean coal and steel commission. Triple Bilderberg
Christoph BertramGerman journalist with a heavy Bilderberg habit
Ernst van der BeugelDutch deep politician, 34 Bilderbergs, on both the Advisory & Steering committees
Selahattin BeyazitTurkish Bilderberg Steering committee
Björn BjarnasonIcelandic politician, heavy Bilderberg habit
Gro Harlem BrundtlandDeep state/WHO connected Prime Minister/DG, concerned about "too much freedom of speech"
Erhard BusekAttended the 1981 Bilderberg as chairman of the Vienna’s People’s Party. Later Vice-Chancellor of Austria for 4 years
C. Fredrik K. Castren
Henning ChristophersenDnish politician. An early architect of the Single Market and the Euro. 3 Bilderbergs
Jean ChrétienPrime minister of Canada 1993-2003, Bilderbergs in 1982 and 1996
Wisse DekkerPhilips CEO for 4 years
Paul DesmaraisCanadian billionaire, 3 Bilderbergs
William DimmaCanadian businessman and corporate director who attended the 1982 Bilderberg
Wim DuisenbergPresident of the European Central Bank, 7 Bilderbergs
Hermann EiltsDiplomat who wrote a working paper on The Reagan Administration in the Middle East: Issues at Stake for the 1982 Bilderberg
Theodore EliotUS Ambassador to Afghanistan who attended 15 Bilderberg meetings.
Murray FinleyBilderberg Steering committee member labor leader
Paul Finney"Honorary Bilderberg Secretary General for the United States" as of 1981, US editor and author
Jean François-PoncetFrench Minister of Foreign Affairs in the late 1970s, attended 2 Bilderbergs in the early 1980s. A panelist on Operating The Alliance at the 1985 Bilderberg.
Knut FrydenlundNorwegian minister who attended 2 Bilderbergs in the early 1980s. Died suddenly, reportedly after a cerebral hemorrhage reported in Oslo's Fornebu Airport.
Evan GalbraithAttended the 1982 Bilderberg as US Ambassador to France
Charles GetchellLittle known member of the Bilderberg Steering committee who attended most of the meetings in the 1970s and 1980s
Meg GreenfieldUS writer who attended the 1978 and 1982 Bilderbergs
Bengt GustafssonBilderberg Steering Committee, Supreme Commander of the Swedish Armed Forces
Victor HalberstadtA professor of economics, with a minimal Wikipedia page, who has attended all Bilderberg meetings since 1975.
Geir HallgrímssonPrime Minister of Iceland, Bilderberg Steering Committee
Fritz HalmSwiss business leader, President of the Central Association of Swiss Employer Organizations.
Robert Hanson
Alfred HerrhausenMulti Bilderberg, Chairman of Deutsche Bank. Promoted the cancellation of unpayable debt. Assassinated in 1989 "in a military operation of a complexity without precedent"
Erik HoffmeyerDanish academic and central bank governor for 29 years who attended the 1982 Bilderberg
Karen HouseUS Corporate Media controller who attended the 1982, 1988, and 1992 Bilderbergs.
H. John Heinz II34 Bilderberg meetings, Bilderberg Steering & Advisory Committees
Robin Ibbs
Hans IglerAustrian economist and politician. Bilderberg Steering committee
Hal Jackman
Vernon JordanClose friend of Bill Clinton. A member of the Bilderberg Steering committee who attended 34 Bilderberg meetings.
Kostas KarrasGreek actor and politician. Bilderberg Steering committee, 19 Bilderbergs
Elie KedourieVisitor to the Washington Conference on International Terrorism who wrote a paper for the 1982 Bilderberg
Henry KissingerUS deep politician, 40+ Bilderbergs, Nobel peace prize, war criminal
Andrew KnightEditor of The Economist for 12 years
Helmut Kohl
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Witnesses

WitnessDescription
Carlos Aritario
Jacques Demers
Charles GetchellLittle known member of the Bilderberg Steering committee who attended most of the meetings in the 1970s and 1980s
Hanno Hartmann
Anne HoogendoornExecutive Secretary of the Bilderberg Meetings
R. K. LochnerHelmut Kohl's interpreter
Charles MullerBilderberg manager, Ditchley/US, deep state functionary?
Guido Peruzzo
Gianni Ravasio
Rudiger von Rosen
Folkmar StoeckerAssistant to Walter Scheel who attended the 1981 and 1982 Bilderbergs
Horst Teltschik
Bernard ThillayeTri Bilderberg Canadian mariner
Grant WinthropRegular Bilderberg rapporteur
Georg Zimmer-LehmannAustrian financier with a quarter century long Bilderberg habit


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