Suvretta House five-star hotel in the chic Swiss ski station of St Moritz, where the Bilderberg Group is holding its annual meeting (AFP Photo / Fabrice Coffrini)
In only a few weeks, every single room at the Westfield Marriott — a three-and-a-half star hotel in Chantilly, Virginia — will be booked solid. This isn’t just another run-of-the-mill Star Trek convention either.
Around 125 of the most powerful people on the planet are believed to be flying into suburban Virginia at the end of May to take part in the annual Bilderberg conference — a yearly series of meetings regularly attended by international royalty and others close to the top of governing bodies worldwide. Like years past, however, the actual events of next month’s Bilderberg meeting will be behind closed doors, lending to the world’s elite to make Earth-shattering decisions amongst themselves.
Radio host Alex Jones says something needs to be done.
“I’m calling to occupy Bilderberg,” Jones tells RT. His website, infowars.com, was the first to break news that the Westfield Marriott would be holding this year’s conference, and although the hotel’s management has been tight lipped on the topic, Jones reveals that it hosted the event four years earlier. Jones remembers very well — he was kicked out of the hotel during the event.