The 2002 Bilderberg Meeting was the 50th such meeting and had 120 participants from 18 European countries, the United States and Canada. It was held at the Westfields Marriott, Chantilly, Virginia, USA. The 115 guests included 42 business executives, 23 politicians, 9 financiers, 12 editors/journalists and 11 academics. The next meeting was the 2003 Bilderberg.
- 1 Agenda
- 1.1 1. Consequences of the War Against Terrorism
- 1.2 2. Corporate Governance: Does Capitalism Need Fixing?
- 1.3 3. The Changing Nature of the EU Within the Western Alliance
- 1.4 4. Have Civil Liberties Been Unnecessarily Eroded?
- 1.5 5. The Influence of the Extreme Right
- 1.6 6. The Middle East
- 1.7 7. Current Affairs
- 1.8 8. Post-Crisis Reconstruction/ Nation Rebuilding
- 1.9 9. Prospects for the World Economy
- 1.10 10. Trade: The China Effect
- 1.11 11. The Influence of Domestic Issues on American Foreign Policy
- 2 Known Participants
- 3 Witnesses
- 4 References
The 2002 Bilderberg Agenda has been leaked and is now online.
1. Consequences of the War Against Terrorism
The moderator was Victor Halberstadt and the panelists were Dominique Moïsi and Richard Perle.
2. Corporate Governance: Does Capitalism Need Fixing?
The moderator was Jürgen E. Schrempp and the panelists were Franklin D. Raines and Frits Bolkestein.
3. The Changing Nature of the EU Within the Western Alliance
The moderator was Etienne Davignon and the panelists were Stuart Eizenstat and Peter D. Sutherland.
4. Have Civil Liberties Been Unnecessarily Eroded?
The moderator was Franz Vranitzky and the panelists were Viet D. Dinh and Adrian Fortescue.
5. The Influence of the Extreme Right
The moderator was Bertrand Collomb and the panelist Ralf Dahrendorf, Paul A Gigot and Charles Krauthammer.
6. The Middle East
The moderator was Henry A Kissinger and the panelists were Ramón de Miguel and Henry Siegman.
7. Current Affairs
The moderator was Etienne Davignon and the panelist was Donald H. Rumsfeld.
8. Post-Crisis Reconstruction/ Nation Rebuilding
The moderator was Conrad M. Black and the panelists were Thierry de Montbrial and James D. Wolfensohn.
9. Prospects for the World Economy
The moderator was Hilmar Kopper and the panelists were William J. McDonough and Jean-Claude Trichet.
10. Trade: The China Effect
The moderator was Kenneth W. Dam and the panelists were Carla A Hills and Sylvia Ostry.
11. The Influence of Domestic Issues on American Foreign Policy
The moderator was Marie-Josée Kravis and the panelists were Terry McAuliffe and Mark Racicot.
113 of the 115 known participants already have pages here:
|Paul Allaire||Bilderberg Steering Committee member and board of the Council on Foreign Relations who headed Rank Xerox|
|A. Charles Baillie||CEO of TD Bank Financial Group when he attended the 2002 Bilderberg|
|Ed Balls||UK politician. 7 Bilderbergs|
|Francisco Pinto Balsemão||>30 Bilderbergs, Bilderberg Steering committee, Prime Minister of Portugal|
|Jean de Belot||French editor of Le Figaro who attended 2005 Bilderberg. Later turned communications guru.|
|C. Fred Bergsten||Brookings Institution, CFR, 5 Bilderbergs ...|
|John Bernander||Norwegian politician|
|Conrad Black||Fraudulent Bilderberg steering committee member|
|Frits Bolkestein||Quad Bilderberger Dutch Defence minister, mentor of Geert Wilders|
|António Borges||Portuguese economist and banker. Managing Director and International Adviser of Goldman Sachs.|
|Charles Boyd||3 Bilderbergs, CFR, husband of Jessica Mathews|
|Henri de Castries||"French President of Bilderberg"|
|Juan Luis Cebrián||Spanish media mogul with a heavy Bilderberg habit.|
|Bertrand Collomb||Connected French businessman. 13 Bilderbergs.|
|Pascal Couchepin||Swiss President, 4 Bilderbergs|
|Ralf Dahrendorf||German born philosopher. Regular contributor to Bilderberg meetings.|
|Kenneth Dam||Economist acting US Secretary of State with a heavy Bilderberg habit|
|George David||Greek Cypriot entrepreneur, Bilderberg Steering committee.|
|Michel David-Weill||French financier and heir to the Lazard banking dynasty who attended the 1972 and 2002 Bilderbergs.|
|Étienne Davignon||Belgian deep politician, EU commissioner, Bilderberg chairman, Egmont Institute president|
|Kemal Derviş||UNDP administrator, 4 times Bilderberger, Brookings|
|Viet Dinh||As United States Assistant Attorney General for the Office of Legal Policy a panelist for the discussion Have Civil Liberties Been Unnecessarily Eroded? at the 2002 Bilderberg. Chief architect of the USA PATRIOT Act and is a former member of the Board of Directors of News Corporation.|
|Tom Donilon||Spooky Bilderberger. Has advised the presidential campaigns of Jimmy Carter, Walter Mondale, Joe Biden, Michael Dukakis, Bill Clinton, Barack Obama, and Hillary Clinton, designing policy, managing conventions, preparing candidates for debates, and overseeing presidential transitions. His brothers are also deep state operatives.|
|Mario Draghi||Bilderberg bankster and "craven moneyman". In 2021 as Prime Minister of Italy, pushed mandatory vaccines|
|Stuart Eizenstat||US lawyer/diplomat and possible deep state operative|
|Anders Eldrup||Danish member of the Bilderberg Steering Committee. With his wife, he is one half of Denmark's most powerful couple. Almost unknown to the public.|
|Martin Feldstein||US economist, Trilateral Commission, heavy Bilderberg habit towards the end of his life.|
|Elisa Ferreira||Appointed European Commissioner for Cohesion and Reforms by Ursula von der Leyen in December 2019. In 2020 was helping to fight Covid with emergency spending|
|Adrian Fortescue||Spooky UK panelist at the 2002 Bilderberg. Son-in-law of Winston Churchill. Died in 2004|
|David Frum||Neoconservative deep state operative who coined the phrase "axis of evil"|
|Jean-Louis Gergorin||Attended 4 Bilderbergs from 1997 to 2003. Sentenced to 3 years in prison for slanderous denunciation, forgery, concealment of breach of trust and theft|
|Paul Gigot||US journalist. 6 Bilderbergs|
|Alan Greenspan||US DSO who was Chairman of the Federal Reserve 1987-2006|
|Rijkman Groenink||A big Dutch businessman and banker who was in the board of directors and in charge of ABN AMRO during the Global Financial Crisis. Noted to have a "bad reputation" in the UK.|
|Alfred Gusenbauer||Club de Madrid, quad Bilderberger Austrian politician|
|Victor Halberstadt||A professor of economics, with a minimal Wikipedia page, who has attended all Bilderberg meetings since 1975.|
|Carla Anderson Hills||US deep state functionary lawyer|
|Jim Hoagland||US journalist whose Deep state connections include the CFR, Hoover Institution, Institute for Strategic Dialogue and 4 visits to the Bilderberg|
|Allan Hubbard||Former Bilderberg Steering committee, Director of the National Economic Council|
|Kay Bailey Hutchison||As ambassador to NATO said US prepared to consider a military strike to destroy Russian missiles.|
|Jan Huyghebaert||Belgian businessman, 11 Bilderbergs|
|Matías Rodríguez Inciarte||Former Bilderberg Steering committee, Spanish banker and possibly deep politician|
|Wolfgang Ischinger||Spooky German diplomat. Chaired the Munich Security Conference|
|Charles James||Revolving door lawyer for big oil. Attended Bilderberg 2002.|
|James A. Johnson||US politician, Bilderberg Steering committee, various USDS connections|
|Vernon Jordan||Close friend of Bill Clinton. A member of the Bilderberg Steering committee who attended 34 Bilderberg meetings.|
|Henry Kissinger||US deep politician, 40+ Bilderbergs, Nobel peace prize, war criminal|
|Ewald Kist||Former Olympian turned spokesperson for ING & Philips, named "part of the Dutch 200 most influential people" in 2015 by Dutch newspaper De Volkskrant.|
|Gerard J. Kleisterlee||Dutch businessman, Tafelronde|
|Hilmar Kopper||Bilderberg/Steering committee, chairman of Deutsche Bank|
|... further results|
|Maja Banck-Polderman||Bilderberg Executive Secretary. Attended 7 Bilderbergs|
|Michael Farren||Former Deputy White House counsel convicted of attempting to murder his wife|
|Steven S. Lee||local organiser of the 2002 Bilderberg|
|John Micklethwait||Editor of The Economist for 9 years then Bloomberg News|
|Adrian Wooldridge||UK journalist and columnist. Regular "observer" at the Bilderberg for The Economist.|