Bilderberg/1984

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The 1984 Bilderberg Report
Date11 May 1984 - 13 May 1984
LocationThe Grand Hotel,  Saltsjöbaden,  Sweden
ParticipantsWalter Scheel,  Victor Halberstadt,  Theodore L. Eliot,  Conrad J. Oort,  Henrik Aasarød,  Kenneth L. Adelman,  Giovanni Agnelli,  Yildirim Akturk,  Dwayne O. Andreas,  Hannes Androsch,  Hans H. Angermueller,  George W. Ball,  Francisco Pinto Balsemao,  John Baring,  Beatrix Armgard,  Jack F. Bennett,  C. Fred Bergsten,  Christoph Bertram,  Ernst H. van der Beugel,  Selahattin Beyazit,  Björn Bjarnason,  Nicholas Brady,  Albert A. Breton,  William P. Bundy,  Richard R. Burt,  Louis W. Cabot,  Angelos Canellopoulos,  Costa Carras,  Peter Carrington,  Jaime Carvajal Urquijo,  Jean-Pierre Chevenement,  H.R.H. Prince Claus of the Netherlands,  W. Harriet Critchley,  Vicomte Étienne Davignon,  Wisse Dekker,  L. A. Delvoie,  David A. Dodge,  James Eberle,  Uffe Ellemann-Jensen,  Thomas O. Enders,  Garret Fitzgerald,  Colette Flesch,  Murray H. Finley,  Max Geldens,  Charles Getchell,  Sten Gustafsson,  Geir Hallgrimsson,  Charles H. Hantho,  H.R.H. Crown Prince Harald of Norway,  Denis W. Healey,  Henry J. Heinz II,  Alfred Herrhausen,  Michael Heseltine,  Gerald Hinteregger,  John J. Horan,  Jaakko Iloniemi,  Daniel E. Janssen,  Robert A. Jeker,  Lennart Johansson,  Vernon E. Jordan,  Karlheinz Kaske,  Louka T. Katseli,  David T. Kearns,  Henry A. Kissinger,  Andrew Knight,  Max Kohnstamm,  Kare Kristiansen,  Léon Lambert,  Otto Graf Lambsdorff,  Emile van Lennep,  Flora Lewis,  Andre Leysen,  Assar Lindbeck,  Winston Lord,  Aarnout A. Loudon,  Joseph M.A.H. Luns,  Franz Lutolf,  Donald S. Macdonald,  Bruce K. MacLaury,  David J. Mahoney,  Miguel Angel Martinez,  Charles McC. Mathias,  Thierry de Montbrial,  Mario Monti,  Curt Nicolin,  Niels Norlund,  Christine Ockrent,  Clas-Erik Odhner,  Robert O'Neill,  Olof Palme,  Andre Goncalves Pereira,  William Quandt,  John M. Raisman,  Alice M. Rivlin,  David Rockefeller,  Bernard W. Rogers,  Eric Roll,  John Sainsbury,  Juan Tomas de Salas,  Wolfgang Schussel,  E. Antoine Seilliere,  Marshall D. Shulman,  Joseph J. Sisco,  Theo Sommer,  Poul J. Svanholm,  Stig Synnergren,  Sarik Tara,  Horst Teltschik,  Anders Thunborg,  Otto Grieg Tidemand,  Emilio Rui Vilar,  Peter Wallenberg,  Niels Werring,  Hans Werthen,  John C. Whitehead,  Otto Wolff von Amerongen
PerpetratorsBilderberg/Steering committee
Witnessed byKai Hammerich,  John Hennings,  Anne Hoogendoorn,  Charles Muller,  Charles Getchell,  Grant F. Winthrop

The 1984 Bilderberg Meeting was the 32nd such meeting and had participants from 19 European countries, the United States, Canada and "various intergovernmental organizations".[1] It was held at the Grand Hotel, Saltsjöbaden, Sweden. The 116 guests included 27 business executives, 17 politicians, 13 financiers, 9 editors/journalists and 11 academics.

Agenda

The 1984 Bilderberg Conference Report has been leaked and is now online. There were five topics on the agenda.[1]

1. Western Power and the Middle East: A Case Study in Atlantic Relationships

There were three working papers. The first working paper was by Denis Healey. The second working paper, by Eric Rouleau, was entitled The West, The Gulf and The Iraqi-Iranian War. The third was by Joseph J. Sisco. The discussion was chaired by Winston Lord.

2. The State of Arms Control Negotiations

There were three working papers. The first working paper, by Kenneth L. Adelman, was entitled Forging Ideas for Effective Arms Control. The second was by Christoph Bertram. The third was by Michael Heseltine. The discussion was chaired by Donald S. Macdonald.

3. Future Employment Trends in the Industrialized Democracies

There were two working papers. The first working paper was by Max Geldens. The second, by Alice M. Rivlin, was entitled The Outlook For The Economy And Employment In The United States. The discussion was chaired by John Sainsbury.

4. Current Events: Continental Drift: Economic and Political.

There were no working papers. The discussion was chaired by Vernon Jordan.

5. The Soviet Union, The West And The Third World. A Case Study: Central America

A working paper was written by Miguel Angel Martinez. The discussion was chaired by Walter Scheel.

 

Participants

ParticipantDescription
Henrik Aasarød
Kenneth Adelman
Gianni AgnelliAttended the Bilderberg 37 times.
Yildirim Akturk
Otto Wolff von AmerongenBilderberg Advisory Committee member, deep politician
Klaus-Georg von Amsberg
Dwayne Andreas
Hannes Androsch
Hans H. Angermueller
Beatrix Armgard
George BallRegular Bilderberg attendee.
Francisco Pinto Balsemão
John Baring
Jack Bennett
C. Fred Bergsten
Christoph Bertram
Ernst van der Beugel34 Bilderberg meetings, on both the Advisory Committee & Steering committees
Selahattin Beyazit
Björn Bjarnason
Nicholas Brady
Albert Breton
William Bundy
Richard Burt
Louis Cabot
Angelos Canellopoulos
Peter Carrington
Jean-Pierre Chevenement
W. Harriet Critchley
Étienne DavignonA Bilderberg chairman.
Wisse Dekker
Louis Delvoie
David A. Dodge
Donald S. Macdonald
E. Antoine Seilliere
James Eberle
Theodore Eliot
Uffe Ellemann-Jensen
Thomas O. Enders
Murray Finley
Garret Fitzgerald
Colette Flesch
Max Geldens
Charles Getchell
Sten Gustafsson
Victor HalberstadtA professor of economics, with a minimal Wikipedia page, who has attended all Bilderberg meetings since 1975.
Geir Hallgrímsson
Charles Hantho
Denis Healey
Alfred Herrhausen
Michael Heseltine
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Witnesses

WitnessDescription
Charles Getchell
Kai Hammerich
John Hennings
Anne HoogendoornExecutive Secretary of the Bilderberg Meetings
Charles Muller
Grant Winthrop

 

A document sourced from Bilderberg/1984

TitleTypeSubject(s)Author(s)
Document:Western Power And The Middle Eastworking paperMiddle EastDenis Healey


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Walter Scheel +, Victor Halberstadt +, Theodore L. Eliot +, Conrad J. Oort +, Henrik Aasarød +, Kenneth L. Adelman +, Giovanni Agnelli +, Yildirim Akturk +, Dwayne O. Andreas +, Hannes Androsch +, Hans H. Angermueller +, George W. Ball +, Francisco Pinto Balsemao +, John Baring +, Beatrix Armgard +, Jack F. Bennett +, C. Fred Bergsten +, Christoph Bertram +, Ernst H. van der Beugel +, Selahattin Beyazit +, Björn Bjarnason +, Nicholas Brady +, Albert A. Breton +, William P. Bundy +, Richard R. Burt +, Louis W. Cabot +, Angelos Canellopoulos +, Costa Carras +, Peter Carrington +, Jaime Carvajal Urquijo +, Jean-Pierre Chevenement +, H.R.H. Prince Claus of the Netherlands +, W. Harriet Critchley +, Vicomte Étienne Davignon +, Wisse Dekker +, L. A. Delvoie +, David A. Dodge +, James Eberle +, Uffe Ellemann-Jensen +, Thomas O. Enders +, Garret Fitzgerald +, Colette Flesch +, Murray H. Finley +, Max Geldens +, Charles Getchell +, Sten Gustafsson +, Geir Hallgrimsson +, Charles H. Hantho +, H.R.H. Crown Prince Harald of Norway +, Denis W. Healey +, Henry J. Heinz II +, Alfred Herrhausen +, Michael Heseltine +, Gerald Hinteregger +, John J. Horan +, Jaakko Iloniemi +, Daniel E. Janssen +, Robert A. Jeker +, Lennart Johansson +, Vernon E. Jordan +, Karlheinz Kaske +, Louka T. Katseli +, David T. Kearns +, Henry A. Kissinger +, Andrew Knight +, Max Kohnstamm +, Kare Kristiansen +, Léon Lambert +, Otto Graf Lambsdorff +, Emile van Lennep +, Flora Lewis +, Andre Leysen +, Assar Lindbeck +, Winston Lord +, Aarnout A. Loudon +, Joseph M.A.H. Luns +, Franz Lutolf +, Donald S. Macdonald +, Bruce K. MacLaury +, David J. Mahoney +, Miguel Angel Martinez +, Charles McC. Mathias +, Thierry de Montbrial +, Mario Monti +, Curt Nicolin +, Niels Norlund +, Christine Ockrent +, Clas-Erik Odhner +, Robert O'Neill +, Olof Palme +, Andre Goncalves Pereira +, William Quandt +, John M. Raisman +, Alice M. Rivlin +, David Rockefeller +, Bernard W. Rogers +, Eric Roll +, John Sainsbury +, Juan Tomas de Salas +, Wolfgang Schussel +, E. Antoine Seilliere +, Marshall D. Shulman +, Joseph J. Sisco +, Theo Sommer +, Poul J. Svanholm +, Stig Synnergren +, Sarik Tara +, Horst Teltschik +, Anders Thunborg +, Otto Grieg Tidemand +, Emilio Rui Vilar +, Peter Wallenberg +, Niels Werring +, Hans Werthen +, John C. Whitehead +  and Otto Wolff von Amerongen +
May 11, 1984 +