Jens Stoltenberg

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Person.png Jens Stoltenberg   WebsiteRdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
(Politician, deep state functionary?)
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Oslo, Norway
Alma materUniversity of Oslo
ParentsThorvald Stoltenberg
ChildrenAxel Anne Catharina
SpouseIngrid Schulerud
Member ofAtlantic Council/Distinguished Leadership Awards, Georgetown Leadership Seminar/1988
RelativesCamilla Stoltenberg
Norwegian Bilderberger, ex PM, Secretary General of NATO.

Employment.png Secretary General of NATO

In office
October 1, 2014 - Present
Preceded byAnders Fogh Rasmussen

Employment.png Prime Minister of Norway Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
17 October 2005 - 16 October 2013
DeputyEspen Barth Eide, Jonas Gahr Støre
Succeeded byErna Solberg

Employment.png Norwegian Labour Party/Leader Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
6 April 2002 - 14 June 2014
Succeeded byJonas Gahr Støre

Employment.png Prime Minister of Norway Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
17 March 2000 - 19 October 2001
DeputyThorbjørn Jagland

Employment.png Norway/Minister of Finance

In office
25 October 1996 - 17 October 1997

Employment.png Norway/Minister of Industry and Energy

In office
7 October 1993 - 24 October 1996

Jens Stoltenberg is a Norwegian politician who in 2014 was appointed the 13th secretary general of NATO. As is the rule for NATO Secretaries General, he had attended the Bilderberg group prior to being appointed.[1][2]


Jens Stoltenberg is son of former Foreign Minister and deep state operative Thorvald Stoltenberg.



As Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg was an important cheerleader of the war on Libya in 2011. Norway joined the alliance that intervened in Libya on alleged humanitarian grounds, and during the war dropped 567 bombs, the largest Norwegian war effort since World War II, and contributed directly to Stoltenberg later getting the prestigious position as Secretary General of NATO. In a conversation with a Swedish colleague, Stoltenberg justified the Libya bombing by saying that the war was "excellent training for the Norwegian Air Force".[3]

GAVI and Bill Gates

Stoltenberg has been an advocate for having all the world's children vaccinated. The first speech he gave in his second term as Prime Minister was during Norway's "Pharmaceutics days" in 2005 under the title "Vaccination against poverty." Stoltenberg was the director of the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization (GAVI) from 2002 to 2005 [4] and was awarded the Children's Health Award in 2005.

An international initiative, with the UK, the Gates Foundation and Norway in the lead, that GAVI received more than $3.7 billion until 2015 for their work against child mortality.[5] Stoltenberg was one of the key driving forces behind the initiative.

In his New Year speech on 1 January 2013, Stoltenberg spoke about vaccination of the world's children as a personal matter of the heart. "Small jabs are giving millions of children the gift of life. Simple medicines can save their mothers. The fact that all these mothers' and children's lives can be saved is—as I see it—a miracle of our time," Stoltenberg said in his speech.[6]


“Two World Wars and the Cold War has taught us that there is no real security in Europe without a strong transatlantic bond.

Standing together in NATO, Europe and America will continue to keep the peace and protect our democratic way of life. As we have done for more than 70 years.

NATO is a defensive Alliance. We are not threatening Russia or anyone else.

But we will take all necessary measures to protect and defend all Allies.

This is why in response to Russia’s pattern of aggressive actions, we have been strengthening our deterrence and defence across the Alliance.

To avoid any miscalculation or misunderstanding about our ironclad commitment to defend each other.

So if Kremlin’s aim is to have less NATO on Russia’s borders, it will only get more NATO.”
Jens Stoltenberg (19 February 2022)  [7]


An appointment by Jens Stoltenberg

Hadia TajikNorway/Minister/Culture21 September 201216 October 2013


Events Participated in

Bilderberg/200230 May 20022 June 2002US
Westfields Marriott
The 50th Bilderberg, held at Chantilly, Virginia.
Bilderberg/201511 June 201514 June 2015Austria
The 63rd meeting, 128 Bilderbergers met in Austria
Bilderberg/20171 June 20174 June 2017US
The 65th Bilderberg Meeting
Bilderberg/20187 June 201810 June 2018Italy
Hotel Torino Lingotto Congress
The 66th Bilderberg Meeting, in Turin, Italy, known for months in advance after an unprecedented leak by the Serbian government.
Bilderberg/201930 May 20192 June 2019Switzerland
The 67th Bilderberg Meeting
Bilderberg/20222 June 20225 June 2022US
Washington DC
Mandarin Oriental Hotel
The 68th Bilderberg Meeting, held in Washington DC, after an unprecedented two year hiatus during which a lot of the Bilderberg regulars were busy managing COVID-19
Brussels Forum/201520 March 201522 March 2015Germany
North Rhine-Westphalia
Yearly discreet get-together of huge amount of transatlantic politicians, media and military and corporations, under the auspices of the CIA-close German Marshall Fund. The 2015 main theme was (R)evolution.
WEF/Annual Meeting/200625 January 200629 January 2006SwitzerlandOnly a few of the over 2000 participants are known
WEF/Annual Meeting/201323 January 201327 January 2013Switzerland2500 mostly unelected leaders met to discuss "leading through adversity"
WEF/Annual Meeting/201620 January 201623 January 2016SwitzerlandAttended by a lot of people, both leaders and followers
WEF/Annual Meeting/201717 January 201720 January 2017Switzerland2951 known participants
WEF/Annual Meeting/201922 January 201925 January 2019Switzerland
WEF/Annual Meeting/202021 January 202024 January 2020SwitzerlandThis mega-summit of the world's ruling class and their political and media appendages happens every year, but 2020 was special, as the continuous corporate media coverage of COVID-19 started more or less from one day to the next on 20/21 January 2020, coinciding with the start of the meeting.
WEF/Annual Meeting/202316 January 202320 January 2023SwitzerlandThe theme of the meeting is "Cooperation in a Fragmented World"