American Free Press 
Feb 8, 2013
There is strong evidence thatBilderberg  will return to Chantilly, Virginia for its annual closed meeting June 22-24, 2013 at theposh Westfields Marriott near the Dulles Airport. Westfields is booked up for that weekend and individuals are unable to make a one-room reservation, even five months in advance.
Bilderberg has been called the most exclusive and secretive club in the world. To be admitted, you have to own a multinational bank, a multinational corporation or a country. Since its first meeting in 1954, it has been attended by  the top power-brokers, financial minds and world leaders.
Organizers require that no one other than participants and staff assistants be inside or on the grounds of the resort when Bilderberg meets. The hotel staff is limited and sworn to secrecy. They reimburse the costs of local and state police patrolling outside the walls and have their own army of security inside, both uniformed and in plain clothes.
Bilderberg boys have been confronted by The Spotlight and AMERICAN FREE PRESS at every meeting for more than 30 years. During that time, the news media in Europe and America have joined in the coverage—except for The Washington Post, New York Times andLos Angeles Times, which are participants and maintain their Bilderberg vows of secrecy. Bilderberg was covered extensively near Washington last year for the first time. But the convenience of Dulles International Airport is overriding. International financiers and political leaders can always explain a “trip to Washington” and try to hide their Bilderberg participation from their voters.
There was some discussion among Bilderberg leaders of having a smaller meeting this year. The Trilateral meeting is always a “joint session” in the sense that Bilderberg leaders also attend.
A source, who has proven reliable for more than 20 years, said that Bilderbergers like former World Bank President James Wolfensohn are concerned about the growing amount of media coverage of these gatherings. Several other Bilderberg boys echoed these sentiments, according to the insider.
Timothy Geithner, United States Treasury Secretary until resigning January 25, 2013, was also overheard discussing the meeting taking place just outside of Washington.
Over the years, more and more newspapers  have covered Bilderberg in their pages. Even the Post was forced to mention  the secretive gathering last year  after it was referred to in a number of other local Washington, D.C. publications.
Post Chairman Donald Graham, who had attended Bilderberg with his mamma, Katharine Graham, since he was in knickers, felt forced to feign ignorance when “interviewed” by his paper.