Le Cercle/Guests

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Le Cercle/Guests/Visit count

Le Cercle meetings have had 307 known visitors since their first meeting in 1952. Since very few of the meeting lists have been leaked, this probably represents only a fraction of the total visitors. The Bilderberg, for example, is known to have had almost 10 times this number of visitors.[1]

Attendance patterns

This image from the 2016 Cercle Meeting in Washington reveals very a large majority of male visitors (as used to be the case with the Bilderberg.

Typically, there is a "hard core" of regular members (c.f. the Bilderberg Steering Committee) and occasional guests who are invited only for consultation on a single topic.[2]

Ideology

Most Cercle attendees have a hawkish orientation, which could be summarised as "extreme right wing". Many have been closely involved in establishing institutions to promote first "anti-communism" and later "counter-terrorism". These have been used to promote cold war paranoia and lay the ideological groundwork for a "global war on terror".[3]

Lists of Le Cercle guests

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References

  1. Bilderberg/Guests
  2. Rogue Agents
  3. Note, for example the connections to the 1979 JCIT; at least 4 Cercle members gave presentations and many started groups focusing on "terrorism research".