Munich Security Conference

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John F. Kerry addressing the 2016 conference.
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MottoPeace through Dialog
FounderEwald-Heinrich von Kleist-Schmenzin
LeaderMunich Security Conference/Chair
Sponsored byBill & Melinda Gates Foundation
SubpageMunich Security Conference/Advisory Council
Munich Security Conference/Chair
An "overlooked" annual conference on international security policy.

Joël van der Reijden notes that the Munich Security Conference is a group that is "always hopelessly overlooked in conspiracy circles. Many visitors later show up in western governments."[1]

Henry Kissinger at the 2012 MSC

Official narrative

Around 600 guests attend the conference. Their website boasts that it hosts some "of the most important decision-makers in the realm of international security policy".

"Charter of Trust for cybersecurity"

In February 2008, the MSC was reported on by the commercially-controlled media after large corporations agreed a "Charter of Trust for cybersecurity", an idea floated by Siemens CEO, Joe Kaeser, at the World Economic Forum in 2007.[2]

Advisory Council

Full article: Munich Security Conference/Advisory Council


Event Sponsored

Bill & Melinda Gates FoundationInfluential foundation which was established at a time when a judge ruled that Microsoft was to be broken up. It's founder has been described as a bully who dressed down employees in public, who seemed to thrive on conflict and always pressed for (his) advantage.