Photo of National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster at the White House on June 1, the same day the Bilderberg confab began: AP Images

Several top officials in the Trump administration are attending this year’s secrecy-obsessed Bilderberg meeting, an annual globalist gathering of the world’s self-appointed elites and a select group of their “useful idiots.” The reason for their attendance was not immediately clear, nor was it clear whether President Trump had approved their visit. But the implications could be massive, and analysts say Trump should be on guard.

President Donald Trump and his administration are literally at the top of the Bilderberg discussion agenda for 2017, an official press release from the summit organizers shows. There to help formulate the president’s “Progress Report,” as the Bilderberg statement describes it, are at least a few of Trump’s top officials — all of whom have longstanding links to the establishment swamp. But with the would-be global rulers of humanity sneaking around behind closed doors and heavily armed guards, this time in Chantilly, Virginia, for the four-day conference that began Thursday, little reliable information is likely to emerge publicly in the immediate future.


Among the senior Trump officials attending the June 1 – 4, 2017 Bilderberg summit are H.R. McMaster (shown), Trump’s national security advisor, according to an official list of participants provided by Bilderberg organizers. Also attending are Trump’s controversial Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross. Nadia Schadlow, identified as “Deputy Assistant to the President, National Security Council,” is also on the list.

A number of reputed advisors to Trump are also participating. Among them: homosexual activist and billionaire tech entrepreneur Peter Thiel, as well as Chris Liddell, identified on the official list of attendees as “Assistant to the President and Director of Strategic Initiatives.” Notorious globalist Henry “New World Order” Kissinger, a fanatical advocate of depopulation who recently met Trump at the White House, is listed, too. There may be other attendees whose names were kept off the list.

Of the Trump officials in attendance, most have well-documented links to the establishment swamp Trump promised to drain throughout his campaign. Lieutenant General McMaster, for example, is still listed as a member of the globalist Council on Foreign Relations — an organization that even former members have described as a subversive outfit working to destroy U.S. sovereignty in exchange for “global government.”

Indeed, prominent patriotic Americans such as the late U.S. Admiral Chester Ward, who served as the Judge Advocate of the U.S. Navy, was a CFR member for 16 years before resigning in disgust. “In the entire CFR lexicon, there is no term of revulsion carrying a meaning so deep as America First,” said Admiral Ward, whose comments on the CFR shed light on why the fringe but immensely powerful group would be entirely hostile to Trump’s central promise as a pro-America, anti-establishment political candidate.

But it’s even worse than that. “The main purpose of the Council on Foreign Relations is promoting the disarmament of U.S. sovereignty and national independence, and submergence into an all-powerful one-world government,” the admiral warned, adding that “this lust to surrender the sovereignty and independence of the United States is pervasive throughout most of the membership.” In other words, not everyone in the CFR is a fanatical globalist determined to sell out America’s sovereignty, but most are.

Then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, whose husband attended Bilderberg as a virtual nobody before becoming president, once boasted that the CFR tells her what she should be doing and how she should be thinking.

The Bilderberg group has a similar agenda to the CFR — as even its own attendees have admitted — but it brings together like-minded globalists from Europe, as well. In 2001, former British chancellor of the exchequer and Bilderberg bigwig Denis Healey told the U.K. Guardian that it was a little “exaggerated, but not wholly unfair” to say that the outfit’s overall goal was to impose a global government on humanity.

“Those of us in Bilderberg felt we couldn’t go on forever fighting one another for nothing and killing people and rendering millions homeless,” he claimed. “So we felt that a single community throughout the world would be a good thing.” By “community,” globalists really mean government — after all, the European Union was a “community” before the full-blown super-state was openly announced. Many other attendees have made similar boasts, including bragging about their role in imposing the EU and the euro on formerly sovereign European peoples.

Bilderberg attendee McMaster took over the role of national security adviser from non-CFR member Mike Flynn, whom globalist propaganda organs falsely suggested may have violated the Logan Act. Ironically, though, if the words of more than a few Bilderberg attendees are to be believed regarding the formulation of policy, American attendees at Bilderberg are in flagrant violation of the statute, which makes it a crime for U.S. citizens to work on policy with foreign officials behind closed doors without proper approval.

There are undoubtedly some CFR members and even Bilderberg attendees who would disagree with selling out U.S. independence to globalist institutions, as described by numerous former members and attendees. But McMaster’s record suggests he may not be among that small group. A decade ago, he joined the globalist-minded International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) in London as a “Senior Research Associate.” There, his job was described as “conduct[ing] research to identify opportunities for improved multi-national cooperation and political-military integration in the areas of counterinsurgency, counter-terrorism, and state building.”

There are a number of terms and phrases there that are cause for alarm — including standard globalist rhetoric such as “multi-national cooperation” and “political-military integration,” which sounds a lot like sovereignty-stealing schemes such as NATO and the European Union. There was also the term “state building,” which critics pointed out resembles the “nation building” that Trump specifically vowed to stop under his administration following costly and deadly failures by Obama and Bush.

McMaster’s deputy, Nadia Schadlow, is also listed as a Bilderberg attendee this year, in addition to being listed as a current member of the establishment swamp known as the Council on Foreign Relations. Her biggest claim to fame aside from her links to the globalist swamp appears to be a book she wrote, War and the Art of Governance, that essentially calls for more U.S. nation building following unconstitutional and unwise U.S. military interventions abroad. It was not immediately clear why or how she was selected to serve in such a key role in the Trump administration, although Secretary of Defense James Mattis, himself a past Bilderberg attendee, endorsed her book as a “must read.”

Other senior Trump officials at the secretive summit also have longstanding links to the pinnacles of the “wannabe” rulers of the world. Trump’s U.S. Commerce Secretary, Wilbur Ross, for example, is listed as an attendee this year. But before his job running Trump’s Commerce Department, Ross was a senior managing director at Rothschild, Inc. The Rothschild family — an unfathomably wealthy banking dynasty that boasts of its incredible global influence — often pops up in connection with Bilderberg, and many of its minions frequently attend, although sometimes their Rothschild connection is not highlighted on the guest list. Billionaire globalist agitator and financier George Soros was also a Rothschild protégè, as was new French President Emmanuel Macron. And despite their false image as supporters of capitalism, leading Rothschild family members have no problem endorsing known communists associated with mass-murdering regimes for top positions in global organizations such as the United Nations.

Finally, among the senior Trump officials at Bilderberg this week is Chris Liddle, whose formal title is Assistant to the President of the United States. Like McMaster and Schadlow, Liddle’s name appears on the current list of CFR members. He also has links to key globalist corporations such as Microsoft, where he served as CFO. Former Microsoft chief Bill Gates has been a regular attendee at Bilderberg and a leading financier of everything from global population control and abortion to the dumbed-down Common Core “education” standards illegally imposed on America by the Obama administration.

It was not clear whether Gates would attend this year, but his name has been left off in the past when he did in fact attend. While Bilderberg has been publishing its purported list of attendees for years now, there have been multiple instances of high-level globalists and establishment types attending without being listed as attendees. So it is possible that other Trump officials are attending without being formally listed. Others attending Bilderberg this year include Big Business CEOs, mega-bankers, editors of increasingly irrelevant establishment propaganda organs, European royalty, political leaders, “think tank” bosses, leaders of globalist organizations such as the IMF and NATO, and other establishment swamp creatures devoted to globalism and enriching themselves at public expense. Leading Chinese Communists have also attended.

The attendance of Trump officials is being portrayed in some organs of the establishment media as something supported and approved by Trump. “The White House is taking no chances, sending along some big hitters from Team Trump to defend their boss,” reported journalist Charlie Skelton in the normally ultra-far-left U.K. Guardian. Of course, Bilderberg organizers claim attendees attend the meeting in a private capacity. Actual attendees, though, have disputed that. Outside a recent Bilderberg summit in Copenhagen, Diederik Samsom, the Socialist International-aligned Dutch Labor Party boss, told this reporter and others that he was indeed there in a formal capacity, “because being a politician, you’re 24/7, so there’s no way of exiting my role.”

Prominent Christian and conservative analysts opposed to the establishment and its globalist agenda suggested that stopping Trump was at the top of the Bilderberg summit’s discussions. “The elite consider Trump to be the biggest threat to globalization that they have confronted in a very long time, and most of them would love to see Trump removed from office somehow,” argued Michael Snyder, a popular liberty-minded Christian blogger, at The American Dream website. “Out of everything that Trump has done so far, pulling out of the Paris climate agreement is going to be the thing that the elite hate the most. So as much as they wanted him gone before, now their hatred for him is going to go to a whole new level. And we are already seeing this in just the first few hours after Trump’s announcement.”

In an article posted on the Drudge Report, Infowars editor Paul Joseph Watson, citing sources close to the conference, reported that the Bilderberg summit would focus on bringing down Trump’s agenda. “The reason that three members of the Trump administration — HR McMaster, Wilbur Ross and Chris Liddell — have been invited to attend this year’s meeting in Chantilly, Virginia is that Bilderberg thinks there is still a chance to put pressure on Trump to force him to back down on his America-first agenda,” Watson reported. “Given the highly unlikely scenario of Trump taking orders from Bilderberg, the only recourse left for the elite will be to turf him out of office.”

Already, the traditional secrecy of the gathering — likely having to do with the paranoia of organizers and attendees worried that their shady deeds could be exposed to an increasingly outraged public — is slowly crumbling. This year, the Drudge Report, the world’s most influential news aggregation service, has already linked to at least three articles on the cabal’s confab. And the gathering has been reported on by much of the world’s media, including establishment mouthpieces, in a departure from decades past, when even mentioning the summit was enough to get somebody branded a “conspiracy theorist” by the increasingly discredited “fake news” media.

Why senior Trump officials are in attendance remains unclear. One fact that is perfectly clear, though, is that the Bilderberg’s well-documented globalist agenda is completely at odds with Trump’s publicly articulated America First campaign platform to Make America Great Again. The question that remains, then, is whether Trump officials at Bilderberg are more loyal to the globalist schemers behind the summit, or their boss and their oath of office to the U.S. Constitution. Trump should make sure he knows the answer definitively before relying on their advice.