Here comes our greatest difficulty. For the governments of the free nations are elected by the people, and if they do something the people don't like they are thrown out. It is difficult to reeducate the people who have been brought up on nationalism to the idea of relinquishing part of their sovereignty to a supernational body. This is the tragedy (2).
Towards this ultimate objective, the Bilderbergs have three basic goals: a New International Order, that is, the goal of controlling the world economy; a New Political Order, chiefly of establishing a One-World government through the agencies of the United Nations; and a New World Religious Order through the elimination of the family and Christian Churches.
Participants are invited to Bilderberg meetings by special and exclusive invitation, but only those who have proved their unquestioning loyalty to the Rockefeller-Rothschild cabal are invited: 'They must be willing tools of the super-rich internationalists and must pose as liberals and "friends of the working man. (3). 'Leading figures from many fields - industry, labor, education, government, etc. - are invited, who, through their special knowledge or experience, can help to further Bilderberg objectives' (4).
One intriguing point was recently revealed by Michael Howard in Secret Societies: Their Influence and Power in World History: that in 1976 '15 representatives from the Soviet Union attended one of the Bilderberger Conferences that was held in the Arizona desert.' University of Texas author Texe Marrs speculates that if indeed Michael Gorbachev was present at that meeting nine years before he took power in Russia - many questions would be answered about the sudden collapse of the Soviet Union, as if it were all according to a new world order plan. Gorbachev remains of course a fervent New World Order supporter today and some say is poised for a return to power in Russia.