Bilderberg: The Movie
The Origins and Expansion of a Secretive Global Organization

Bilderberg: The Movie - The Origins and Expansion of a Secretive Global Organization
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Angjelin

Poor documentary. Halfway in and no description of the Bilderberg group at all just loose, general statements against the technocratic European Union.

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Katey

Long trailing sentences that make no sense. Basic statements of "fact" that go unquestioned and unexplained. Reworking common, widely known facts into accusations of secretive societies. If your idea of a good time is watching unrelated stock footage of dead animals swarmed by (unpaid) ants, ...Read more

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