I guess there is a silver lining in everything if you take the time to really look…
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) may be unpopular for fining or jailing those who stumble or resist at tax time, but the tax code does require financial disclosures that often provide key information about the power structure of otherwise secretive organizations like the shadowy group of globalists known as Bilderberg.
This includes listing donors to an entity called American Friends of Bilderberg Inc. (AFB), whose 990-PF IRS form for tax year 2008, for example, shows that The Washington Post Co.—an assumed pillar of journalistic integrity among the old-guard media—donated $25K to AFB. And if you enjoy a swig of cold Coca Cola on a hot day, take note that the Coca Cola Company is listed as having donated $10K to AFB in 2008.
These are but two examples in one tax year of money flowing to AFB in support of what are formally called the Bilderberg Meetings—those annual, hyper-exclusive policy-planning sessions of the high and mighty from central banks, think tanks, government, large, well-connected corporations and the most influential large newspapers.