|Apparent meeting in Athens last weekend was a ruse as suspected|
Paul Joseph Watson
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A Dutch newspaper is reporting that Holland's Prime Minister Jan Peter Balkenende (pictured) and Minister of Foreign Affairs Maxime Verhagen are set to attend the annual Bilderberg conference in Washington DC from June 5-8, apparently confirming that a recent alleged Bilderberg meeting in Athens Greece was merely a ruse.
As we reported on Tuesday, a Greek newspaper claimed that Bilderberg had met in Athens last weekend, but Bilderberg sleuths Jim Tucker and Daniel Estulin, both of whom have always successfully determined the location of the Bilderberg meeting in advance for decades, questioned the accuracy of the report.
Bilderberg occasionally attempts to throw investigative journalists off the scent by having a mock steering meeting in advance of the actual meeting, diverting attention away from the location where their undemocratic scheming will take place.
If the Dutch report is to be believed, Bilderberg will meet in Chantilly, which was also the site of their 2002 conference. Six years ago the Westfields Marriott hotel was chosen to stage the confab and its likely the same venue will be selected again.
A rough translation of the Dutch news report reads as follows.
Prime Minister Jan Peter Balkenende and Minister of Foreign Affairs Maxime Verhagen from 5 to 8 June a visit to the U.S. capital Washington.
On June 5 they received at the White House by President Bush. The Government has indicated that Friday.
Topics at the meeting with Bush would include the international political situation, including developments in Afghanistan, and economic cooperation between the United States and the Netherlands.
Following Balkenende takes part in the annual Bilderberg meeting, which this time will be held at Chantilly, near Washington.