This is Robert Eringer's monumental book The Global Manipulators - Bilderberg Group, Trilateral Commission and Convert Power Groups of West (1980) which is first comprehensive account of the structures and influence of two little-publicized organizations, the Bilderberg Group and the Trilateral Commission. It is indeed intriguing when a prestigious collection of internationally powerful men lock themselves away for a weekend in some remote town far away from the press to talk about world problems and simultaneously decide what course the future events will take. Since the late 1950s, the Bilberberg Group has been the subject of a variety of conspiracy theories. The 'Radical Right' view Bilderberg as an integral part of the 'international Zionist-communist conspiracy'. At the other end of the political spectrum, the radical Left perceive Bilderberg to be a branch of the 'Rockefeller-Rothschild grand design to rule the world'. Bilderbergers represent the elite and wealthy establishment of every Western nation. They include bankers, industrialists, politicians and leaders of giant multinational corporations. Their annual meetings, which take place at a different location each year, go unannounced, their debates unreported, their decisions largely unknown until 'something happens' and 'nobody knows who is behind it'. The Trilateral Commission does a similar job but also include japanese powerbrokers, thus forming a triple alliance of Europe-North America-Japan. Eringer does an excellent job in exposing the philosophical roots which eventually led to formation of such sinister groups that ultimately ended in deciding the fate of the world without anyone knowing pretty much anything about it. The Global Manipulators not only tells their short history but also names names and dates of their meetings and what happened there. As the reader will soon notice, pretty much everything that was discussed in these highly secretive meetings sooner or later happened in global political and financial arena. Find out who the architects of world affairs are and what plans do they have for humanity. 95 pages, few pictures. A must read for everyone.