The Bilderbergers and the EU
In her new book (The Shocking History of the EU) Zina Cohen has listed the 40 founding fathers of the European Union.
Here is her description of Prince Bernhard, the creator of the Bilderberg conferences and a staunch Nazi:
‘Prince Bernhard of Lippe-Biesterfled in Germany was a keen supporter of a federal Europe. (Bernhard later married Crown Princess Juliana of the Netherlands.) Bernhard was a Nazi member and also a member of the SS but curiously he is usually omitted from lists of the EU’s founding fathers. He was, however, one of the most important figures in the development of the EU.
In 1954, Bernhard sponsored the first meeting of European federalists and their American supporters at the Bilderberg Hotel in the Netherlands. (The promotion of a federal Europe, or United States of Europe, has always been the main reason for the secretive annual Bilderberg conferences.) In 1955, the delegates at the Bilderberg conference planned to create a European Union with a single currency – as had been originally described by Walther Funk and other Nazis.
The Bilderbergers (as they like to call themselves) still meet regularly and secretly and attendees are usually enthusiastic supporters of the European Union.’
Now you know who the Bilderbergers are, why they meet and how they have affected our lives.
The Shocking History of the EU by Zina Cohen is available on Amazon as a paperback and an ebook.
Copyright Vernon Coleman 2019