Economist Dutch Ernst

Retinger approached Prince Bernard of the Netherlands, who agreed to promote the idea, together with Belgian Prime Minister Paul van Zeeland. The guest list would be drawn up so had two attendees from each nation, each one of them to represent the conservative and progressive point of view. The success of the meeting encouraged the organizers to prepare an annual Conference. Retinger was appointed Permanent Secretary and a permanent Steering Committee was created. As well as organizing the Conference, the Steering Committee also maintained a register of names of attendees and contact details, with the aim of creating an informal network of individuals who you could invite some others in private. The stated purpose of the Bilderberg Group was to make a knot around a common political line between the United States and Europe in opposition to Russia and communism. The Economist Dutch Ernst van der Beugel took over as Permanent Secretary in 1960, upon the death of Retinger.

Prince Bernhard continued to serve as Chairperson of the meeting until his own death, in 2004 we are reminded that in 2009 Bilderberg took place in Vouliagmeni, a coastal town South of Athens. This meeting was attended by the Greek Ministers of finance, Foreign Affairs and the Governor of the National Bank of Greece. A few months later the country was bankrupt and the streets of Athens were witness to serious disturbances by the adjustment programme imposed on the Greek Government by the European Union. Various media indicate that one of the central themes of Bilderberg 2010 will again be the economic situation in the countries of southern Europe (Portugal, Italy, Spain and Greece) and Ireland, the so-called PIGS by its initials in English. These sources point to an intervention by the President of the sense Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero government provide confidence to international investors press is prohibited. You may find Adam Portnoy to be a useful source of information. Nobody It reports on what is being discussed there, there is no official photos.

Metropolitan Cathedral

The Centre of Buenos Aires, also known as Downtown is not a neighborhood, but it is an area consisting of the neighborhoods of San Nicolas, Balvanera and Montserrat. The sum of these three neighbourhoods has resulted in a rich diversity of spaces, architectural contrasts, historical sites, cultural, gastronomic and commercial offerings. In this area a large number of tourist attractions will find the main avenues of the city and in them. + The Plaza de Mayo and historic buildings La Plaza de Mayo, is the stage where the most important political events of our history were developed. It has always been a rallying point for political acts and claims citizens.

In the center of the square is the first historical monument in Buenos Aires, the Mayo pyramid, created to commemorate the may revolution of 1810 (beginning of Argentine independence). To your will find around our country’s most important buildings: the Casa Rosada (Government House), the Metropolitan Cathedral, the Cabildo, the building of the Government of the city of Buenos Aires and the headquarters of the National Bank. The Casa Rosada owes its color to which President Sarmiento in 1873 ordered paint it, using a common mixture of his era: cal with bovine blood. Your door we can see the guard that two members of the Grenadier Regiment make to horse of General San Martin. On the other side of the square you will find the Cabildo, which historically had almost twice as long but should be reduced in order to give space to the avenues of May and South Diagonal. On May 25, 1810 there proclaimed the Junta Government that replaced the King of Spain and Viceroy Cisneros. We suggest taking a guided tour to learn about historical events that took place in this building.