Bilderberg/1980

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The 1980 Bilderberg Report
Date18 April 1980 - 20 April 1980
LocationParkhotel Quellenhof,  Bad Aachen,  Federal Republic of Germany
ParticipantsAlec Douglas-Home,  Ernst H. van der Beugel,  William P. Bundy,  C. Frits Karsten,  Oswald Aeppli,  K. B. Andersen,  George W. Ball,  John F. H. Baring,  Reginald Bartholomew,  Luigi Barzini,  Frederic Bennett,  Jack F. Bennett,  Giorgio Benvenuto,  Christoph Bertram,  Selahattin Beyazit,  M. Nuri Birgi,  Birgit Breuel,  Guido Brunner,  McGeorge Bundy,  Ignacio Camunas Solis,  Costa Carras,  Olivier Chevrillon,  Gian Cittadini Cesi,  Emilio G. Collado,  Peter Corterier,  Étienne Davignon,  Thomas R. Donahue,  Hedley Donovan,  Willem F. Duisenberg,  William B. Duncan,  Theodore L. Eliot,  Bernard Esambert,  Luigi Ferro,  Murray H. Finley,  Paul B. Finney,  Jean-Claude Gisling,  Ronald H. Grierson,  Anthony G.S. Griffin,  Alfred Grosser,  Herbert Grunewald,  Victor Halberstadt,  Geir Hallgrimsson,  Helmut Haussmann,  Denis Healey,  H. John Heinz II,  Alfred A. Herrhausen,  H.F. van den Hoven,  Gunter Huonker,  Douglas Hurd,  Hans Igler,  Daniel E. Janssen,  Joseph E. Johnson,  Vernon E. Jordan,  Karlheinz Kaske,  Helmut Kohl,  Walther L. Kiep,  Henry A. Kissinger,  Max Kohnstamm,  Andrew Knight,  Joseph Kraft,  Léon Lambert,  Graf Otto Lambsdorff,  Albert Legault,  Jhr. Emile van Lennep,  Walter J. Levy,  Winston Lord,  Björn Lundvall,  Joseph M.A.H. Luns,  Franz Lutolf,  Donald S. MacDonald,  H. Ian Maconald,  Bruce K. MacLaury,  Judith Maxwell,  Jose Medeiros Ferreira,  Thierry de Montbrial,  Niels Norlund,  Jean-Paul Parayre,  James A. Perkins,  Robert Pitti-Ferrandi,  Gerhard Prinz,  Romano Prodi,  David Rockefeller,  Eric Roll,  Gerhard Schmidt,  Helmut Schmidt,  Furst Karl J. Schwarzenberg,  Antoine Seilliere,  Stefano Silvestri,  Henri F. Simonet,  Baron Snoy et d'Oppuers,  Theo Sommer,  Helmut Sonnenfeldt,  Dieter Spethmann,  Barbara Spinelli,  Max van der Stoel,  Shepard Stone,  Terkel Terkelsen,  Franklin Thomas,  Gaston Thorn,  Otto G. Tidemand,  Leo Tindemans,  Heinrich Treichl,  Gregory F. Treverton,  Harry Tuzo,  Victor H. Umbricht,  Helen Vlachos,  Marcus Wallenberg,  Klaus Waris,  Baron R. von Wechmar,  Niels Werring,  Joseph H. Williams,  Lars M. Wohlin,  Otto Wolff von Amerongen
PerpetratorsBilderberg/Steering committee
Witnessed byCharles Getchell,  Ulf Böge,  Franz Schoser,  Georg Zimmer-Lehmann,  Hans-Jorg Budishin,  N. Dreihann-Holenia,  Anne Hoogendoorn

The 1980 Bilderberg Meeting was the 28th such meeting and had participants from 18 European countries, the United States, Canada and "various international organizations".[1] It was held at the Parkhotel Quellenhof, Bad Aachen, Federal Republic of Germany. The 113 guests included 16 business executives, 27 politicians, 10 financiers, 11 editors/journalists and 10 academics.

Agenda

The 1980 Bilderberg Conference Report has been leaked and is now online. The topic on the agenda was America and Europe: Past, Present and Future, broken down into three aspects:[1]

1. Political Aspect

There were two working papers. The first working paper, from France, was entitled Europe And The United States - Yesterday And Tomorrow. The second working paper, from the US, was entitled The Americans And The Alliance in 1980.

2. Security Aspect

There were three working papers. The first, an international paper, was entitled New Threats And old Allies: Prospects For The Security Of Europe And America. The second working paper, by a German, was entitled Energy Policy, Monetary Policy, Foreign trade And Payments: Relations Between Europe And The U.S.. The third, by a Canadian, was entitled Economic Relations Between North America And Europe.

3. Economic Aspect

This was a half day discussion, with no working papers prepared.

Exposure

The UK newspaper The Daily Mirror published an expose by Robert Eringer.

The Daily Mirror, 13 February 1980

 

Participants

ParticipantDescription
Oswald Aeppli
Otto Wolff von AmerongenBilderberg Advisory Committee member, deep politician
K. B. Andersen
George BallRegular Bilderberg attendee.
John Baring
Reginald Bartholomew
Luigi Barzini
Frederic Bennett
Jack Bennett
Giorgio Benvenuto
Christoph Bertram
Ernst van der Beugel34 Bilderberg meetings, on both the Advisory Committee & Steering committees
Selahattin Beyazit
Nuri Birgi
Birgit Breuel
Guido Brunner
McGeorge Bundy
William Bundy
Olivier Chevrillon
Gian Cittadini-Cesi
Emilio Collado
Peter Corterier
Étienne DavignonA Bilderberg chairman.
Thomas R. Donahue
Hedley Donovan
Alec Douglas-Home
Wim Duisenberg
William Duncan
Theodore Eliot
Bernard Esambert
Jose Medeiros Ferreira
Luigi Ferro
Murray Finley
Paul Finney
Jean-Claude Gisling
Ronald GriersonSpooky financier/businessman
Anthony GriffinAnthony Griffin was an almost unknown member of the Bilderberg Advisory Committee.
Alfred Grosser
Herbert Grunewald
Victor HalberstadtA professor of economics, with a minimal Wikipedia page, who has attended all Bilderberg meetings since 1975.
Geir Hallgrímsson
Helmut Haussmann
Denis Healey
Alfred Herrhausen
H.F. van den Hoven
Gunter Huonker
Douglas Hurd
H. John Heinz II
Hans Igler
Daniel Janssen
... further results

 

Witnesses

WitnessDescription
Hans-Jorg Budishin
Ulf BögeEconomist who headed the German anti-trust office for 8 years
N. Dreihann-Holenia
Charles Getchell
Anne HoogendoornExecutive Secretary of the Bilderberg Meetings
Franz Schoser
Georg Zimmer-Lehmann

 

Related Document

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
File:Bilderberg-meetings-report-1980.pdfreportA summary of the 1980 Bilderberg meeting that took place from April 18-20 at the Dorint Sofitel Quellenhof in Aachen, Germany.


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Alec Douglas-Home +, Ernst H. van der Beugel +, William P. Bundy +, C. Frits Karsten +, Oswald Aeppli +, K. B. Andersen +, George W. Ball +, John F. H. Baring +, Reginald Bartholomew +, Luigi Barzini +, Frederic Bennett +, Jack F. Bennett +, Giorgio Benvenuto +, Christoph Bertram +, Selahattin Beyazit +, M. Nuri Birgi +, Birgit Breuel +, Guido Brunner +, McGeorge Bundy +, Ignacio Camunas Solis +, Costa Carras +, Olivier Chevrillon +, Gian Cittadini Cesi +, Emilio G. Collado +, Peter Corterier +, Étienne Davignon +, Thomas R. Donahue +, Hedley Donovan +, Willem F. Duisenberg +, William B. Duncan +, Theodore L. Eliot +, Bernard Esambert +, Luigi Ferro +, Murray H. Finley +, Paul B. Finney +, Jean-Claude Gisling +, Ronald H. Grierson +, Anthony G.S. Griffin +, Alfred Grosser +, Herbert Grunewald +, Victor Halberstadt +, Geir Hallgrimsson +, Helmut Haussmann +, Denis Healey +, H. John Heinz II +, Alfred A. Herrhausen +, H.F. van den Hoven +, Gunter Huonker +, Douglas Hurd +, Hans Igler +, Daniel E. Janssen +, Joseph E. Johnson +, Vernon E. Jordan +, Karlheinz Kaske +, Helmut Kohl +, Walther L. Kiep +, Henry A. Kissinger +, Max Kohnstamm +, Andrew Knight +, Joseph Kraft +, Léon Lambert +, Graf Otto Lambsdorff +, Albert Legault +, Jhr. Emile van Lennep +, Walter J. Levy +, Winston Lord +, Björn Lundvall +, Joseph M.A.H. Luns +, Franz Lutolf +, Donald S. MacDonald +, H. Ian Maconald +, Bruce K. MacLaury +, Judith Maxwell +, Jose Medeiros Ferreira +, Thierry de Montbrial +, Niels Norlund +, Jean-Paul Parayre +, James A. Perkins +, Robert Pitti-Ferrandi +, Gerhard Prinz +, Romano Prodi +, David Rockefeller +, Eric Roll +, Gerhard Schmidt +, Helmut Schmidt +, Furst Karl J. Schwarzenberg +, Antoine Seilliere +, Stefano Silvestri +, Henri F. Simonet +, Baron Snoy et d'Oppuers +, Theo Sommer +, Helmut Sonnenfeldt +, Dieter Spethmann +, Barbara Spinelli +, Max van der Stoel +, Shepard Stone +, Terkel Terkelsen +, Franklin Thomas +, Gaston Thorn +, Otto G. Tidemand +, Leo Tindemans +, Heinrich Treichl +, Gregory F. Treverton +, Harry Tuzo +, Victor H. Umbricht +, Helen Vlachos +, Marcus Wallenberg +, Klaus Waris +, Baron R. von Wechmar +, Niels Werring +, Joseph H. Williams +, Lars M. Wohlin +  and Otto Wolff von Amerongen +
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