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The 2020 Bilderberg Meeting was planned to be the 68th Bilderberg meeting and expected to have participants from around 20 European countries, the United States, Canada and possibly one or two other nations such as China. The Steering committee have postponed it due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bilderberg 2020 was presumably scheduled, like as Bilderberg meetings for the last decade, to begin and end in June. However, after the COVID-19 pandemic, their official website reported as of April 2020 that "in line with worldwide travel constraints and prevention efforts the Meeting 2020 has been postponed".
It the event were actually cancelled due to COVID-19, this would be only the second cancellation in the event's history. The only precedent was the decision to cancel the Bilderberg in 1976 to minimise the risks of exposure after the Lockheed/Bribery scandals had drawn unwanted attention to Prince Bernhard.
The 2020 Bilderberg Agenda has not yet been released.
Conjectured topics include:
- The 2020 COVID pandemic
- The post-COVID lockdown economy
- Technological developments
- How to Control the narrative
- Internet censorship, in light of the increasing number of leaks
- Boosting the faith in the commercially-controlled media
Most of the Steering Committee were expected to attend. Some perennial Bilderbergers in particular were easy to predict: Victor Halberstadt and Henry Kissinger (more Bilderberg visits than anyone else alive, 44 each), Vernon Jordan (34), Marie-Josée Kravis (29). Former chair, Étienne Davignon (33 visits) may well attend.
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- Note for example that Half Of Americans Don't Trust Mainstream Media's COVID-19 Coverage
- He attended last year after a 6 year hiatus