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The 1983 Bilderberg Report
Date13 May 1983 - 15 May 1983
LocationChâteau Montebello,  Quebec,  Canada
ParticipantsWalter Scheel, Victor Halberstadt, Theodore L. Eliot, Willem Duisenberg, Umberto Agnelli, Tage Andersen, Dwayne O. Andreas, Hannes Androsch, Hans H. Angermueller, George W. Ball, Francisco Pinto Balsemao, Raymond Barre, Piero Bassetti, Jack F. Bennett, Georges Berthoin, Ernst van der Beugel, Selahattin Beyazit, Seweryn Bialer, M. Nuri Birgi, Lise Bissonette, Björn Bjarnason, Halvdan Bjorum, Conrad M. Black, Gro Harlem Brundtland, William P. Bundy, Costa Carras, Peter Carrington, Jaime Carvajal y Urquijo, Fredrik Castren, Juan Luis Cebrian, Henning Christophersen, A. W. Clausen, Kenneth W. Dam, Étienne Davignon, James Dobbins, Thomas R. Donahue, Elizabeth Drew, Kjell-Olof Feldt, Anders Ferm, Murray H. Finley, Charles Getchell, Bernardino Gomes, Alain Gomez, Anthony G.S. Griffin, Henry Anatole Grunwald, Sten Gustafsson, Arthur A. Hartman, Hans Heckmann, Henry J. Heinz II, Alfred Herrhausen, Stanley Hoffmann, Robert Hormats, Jozef Houthuys, Peter Jankowitsch, Daniel E. Janssen, Vernon E. Jordan, David Kearns, Henry A. Kissinger, Andrew Knight, Léon Lambert, Otto L. Graf Lambsdorff, Alexandre Lamfalussy, Gilles Lamontagne, Emile van Lennep, Andre Leysen, Winston Lord, Ruud F.M. Lubbers, Joseph M.A.H. Luns, Franz Lutolf, Donald S. Macdonald, Allan J. MacEachen, Bruce K. MacLaury, David Mahoney, Jacques Maisonrouge, Rogerio Martins, Leighton W. McCarthy, R. Daniel McMichael, Alois Mertes, Thierry de Montbrial, Mario Monti, William D. Mulholland, Niels Norlund, Clas-Erik Odhner, Coen J. Oort, Anthony J.F. O'Reilly, John D. Paleocrassas, Richard Perle, Alfred Powis, Raymond Probst, Jacques Rastoul, John P. Roche, David Rockefeller, Bernard W. Rogers, Eric Roll, Evelyn de Rothschild, Volker Ruhe, John Sainsbury, Willem E. Scherpenhuijsen, Helmut Schmidt, Antoine Seilliere, Anders C. Sjaastad, Theo Sommer, Josef Taus, C.G.E. Theriault, Pierre Elliott Trudeau, Ilter Turkmen, Paul A. Volcker, Niels Werring, Hans Werthen, Otto Wolff von Amerongen, Juan A. Yanez-Barnuevo, Paolo Zannoni
PerpetratorsBilderberg/Steering committee
Witnessed byTom Axworthy, Joseph Caron, Hennecke Graf von Bassowitz, Hans-Henning Blomeyer, Ulf Böge, Michael Dallas, Robert Fowler, Jose P. Luiz Gomes, Kai Hammerich, Thomas Hertz, Anne Hoogendoorn, Baki Ilkin, Ted Johnson, Kenzie MacKinnon, Jim Mitchell, Charles W. Muller, Michael Phillips, Reinhardt Sturmer, Bernard C. Thillaye, Grant F. Winthrop, Georg Zimmer-Lehmann
DescriptionThe 31st Bilderberg, held in Canada

The 1983 Bilderberg Meeting was the 31st such meeting and had participants from 18 European countries, the United States, Canada and "various international organizations".[1] It was held at Château Montebello, Quebec, Canada. The 112 guests included 28 business executives, 28 politicians, 6 financiers, 8 editors/journalists and 7 academics. The next meeting was the 1984 Bilderberg.

Agenda

The 1983 Bilderberg Conference Report was prepared by rapporteurs Charles Getchell and Grant F. Winthrop. It has been leaked and is now online. There were three topics.[1]

1. East- West Relations: Containment, Detente or Confrontation

The panelists were Seweryn Bialer (who wrote a working paper on The Soviet Union And The West In The 1980's: Containment, Detente Or Confrontation), Henry A. Kissinger, Helmut Schmidt and (for part of the session) Pierre Elliott Trudeau. The chairman was Walter Scheel.

2. Issues in Medium-Term Prospects for Growth in the World Economy

A. Protectionism And Employment

There were two working papers. The first working paper, by Raymond Barre, was entitled The Future of World Trade. The second, by Thomas R. Donahue, was entitled The Prospects for Full Employment. The discussion was chaired by Canadian Donald S. Macdonald.

B. Risks In Banking And Finance

The first working paper was prepared by Alexandre Lamfalussy, entitled The Western Banking System and the International Debt Situation: Facts, History, Prospects and Issues. The second, by Hans H. Angermueller, was entitled International Banking Problems And Medium-Term Growth Prospects. The third panelist was Paul A. Volcker and the discussion was chaired by Willem F. Duisenberg.

3. Discussion Of Current Events

The discussion covered America's relations with its allies, arms control negotiations and weapons programs, economic affairs, and policies in the Middle East and Central America.

Exposure

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Exposure of the Bilderberg was very limited back in the 1980s. On May 8, 1983, the Toronto Star published a report by Robert Eringer entitled Bilderberg group: The secret elite, 3 years after his Secret Meetings To Shape The World on the 1980 Bilderberg was published in the UK's Daily Mail.

 

Participants

ParticipantDescription
Umberto AgnelliItalian business magnate with multiple deep state connections including the Bilderberg Steering committee.
Otto Wolff von AmerongenBilderberg Advisory Committee member, deep politician
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
Hans AngermuellerIran-Contra connected banker
George BallUS deep politician who attended all 40 Bilderberg meetings up to his death, he helped make key decisions about post-WW2 Europe.
Francisco Pinto Balsemão>30 Bilderbergs, Bilderberg Steering committee, Prime Minister of Portugal
Raymond BarreFrench PM, single Bilderberger
Piero BassettiDouble Bilderberg Italian politician
Jack BennettBilderberg Steering committee banker/businessman.
Georges BerthoinEuropean coal and steel commission. Triple Bilderberg
Ernst van der BeugelDutch deep politician, 34 Bilderbergs, on both the Advisory & Steering committees
Selahattin BeyazitTurkish Bilderberg Steering committee
Seweryn BialerGerman born US anti-Nazi single Bilderberger academic
Nuri Birgi23 Bilderbergs, Turkish Permanent Representative to NATO
Lise BissonetteCanadian journalist who attended the 1983 Bilderberg
Björn BjarnasonIcelandic politician, heavy Bilderberg habit
Halvdan BjørumNorwegian businessman
Conrad BlackFraudulent Bilderberg steering committee member
Gro Harlem BrundtlandDeep state/WHO connected Prime Minister/DG, concerned about "too much freedom of speech"
William BundyUS Skull & bones deep politician and cold warrior
Peter CarringtonUK Deep politician. Bilderberg chairman. President of the Pilgrims Society. Secretary General of NATO. Chairman of the UK Conservative Party. Busy guy.
Fredrik CastrénFinnish businessman who attended 2 Bilderbergs in the early 1980s
Juan Luis CebriánSpanish media mogul with a heavy Bilderberg habit.
Henning ChristophersenDnish politician. An early architect of the Single Market and the Euro. 3 Bilderbergs
Alden W. ClausenDouble Bilderberg President of the World Bank Group
Coen J. Oort
Kenneth DamEconomist acting US Secretary of State with a heavy Bilderberg habit
Étienne DavignonBelgian deep politician, EU commissioner, Bilderberg chairman, Egmont Institute president
James DobbinsUS diplomatic troubleshooter who worked for RAND. Supporter of internet censorship
Thomas DonahueLabor leader, CFR, two Bilderbergs
Donald S. Macdonald
Elizabeth DrewUS corporate journalist tending towards the Democratic Party.
Wim DuisenbergPresident of the European Central Bank, 7 Bilderbergs
Theodore EliotUS Ambassador to Afghanistan who attended 15 Bilderberg meetings.
Kjell-Olof FeldtSocial Democrat Minister of Finance who attended Bilderberg and initiated large neoliberal changes.
Anders FermAttended the 1983 Bilderberg as Swedish Permanent Representative to the United Nations
Murray FinleyBilderberg Steering committee member labor leader
Charles GetchellLittle known member of the Bilderberg Steering committee who attended most of the meetings in the 1970s and 1980s
Bernardino GomesPortuguese businessman who attended the 1983 Bilderberg as vice chairman of the Foundation for International Relations
Alain GomezChairman and Chief Executive Officer of Thomson Group when he attended the 1983 Bilderberg
Anthony GriffinWorked for S.G. Warburg. A member of the Bilderberg Advisory Committee for 32 years.
Henry GrunwaldDiplomat and suspected Austrian deep state functionary
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.
Arthur Hartman4 times Bilderberger
Hans HeckmannExecutive Vice President and Member of the Executive Board, Union Bank of Switzerland. 4 Bilderbergs
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"
Stanley HoffmannAcademic who attended the 1967 and 1983 Bilderbergs.
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Witnesses

WitnessDescription
Tom Axworthy
Hennecke Graf von BassowitzAssistant to Walter Scheel at the 1983 Bilderberg
Hans-Henning Blomeyer
Ulf BögeEconomist who headed the German anti-trust office for 8 years
Joseph CaronCanadian diplomat
Michael DallasUnknown 1983 Bilderberger, listed as head of the office of Bernard W. Rogers.
Robert FowlerCanada's longest-serving Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the UN
Kai HammerichSupervisor of the 1984 Bilderberg
Thomas HertzLittle known German single Bilderberger
Anne HoogendoornExecutive Secretary of the Bilderberg Meetings
Baki IlkinHigh-ranking Turkish diplomat
Ted Johnson
Jose P. Luiz Gomes
Kenzie MacKinnon
Jim Mitchell
Charles MullerBilderberg manager, Ditchley/US, deep state functionary?
Michael Phillips
Reinhardt SturmerAssistant to Helmut Schmidt at the 1983 Bilderberg.
Bernard ThillayeTri Bilderberg Canadian mariner
Grant WinthropRegular Bilderberg rapporteur
Georg Zimmer-LehmannAustrian financier with a quarter century long Bilderberg habit


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