Jeb Bush is set to visit Poland, Estonia and Germany in “early June” a Bush aide revealed Monday, raising questions on whether the likely presidential candidate plans to attend the nearby Bilderberg conference during the trip.
According to Reuters, Bush intends to get a “first-hand view of European economic and security challenges” while in the region, specifically in light of increased unrest throughout Ukraine.
Bush will speak to the governing Christian Democratic Union economic conference while visiting Germany, although further information has been limited due to requests for “anonymity.”
The 2015 Bilderberg meeting, confirmed to be at the Interalpen Hotel in the Austrian mountains, just miles from the German border, will begin on June 11th and continue until the 14th.
Reuters also stated that “other sources close to Bush’s camp have said his team has discussed the possibility of an announcement in June, after the trip.”
Secrecy around Bush’s itinerary will likely fuel speculation, especially in light of other high-level politicians’ attendance prior to presidential runs.
Infowars correctly predicted in 2007 that former Texas Gov. Rick Perry would run for president in 2012 after traveling to the Bilderberg conference in Istanbul, Turkey.
Despite being in violation of the Logan Act, a US law barring American citizens from negotiating with foreign officials without the authorization of the country, politicians continue to descend on the global think tank’s annual meetings. Bilderberg sleuth Jim Tucker, who investigated the group for decades before passing in 2013, stated that the Clinton White House had even been fined $300,000 for joining the confab one year.
Despite desperate attempts by corporate news outlets to downplay the group’s influence, multiple attendees have admitted to shaping global policy during the event.
During a 2009 interview with the EUobserver, Bilderberg chairman Étienne Davignon bragged about the group’s role in creating the Euro single currency, a plan that began being formulated as early as 1955.
Regardless of whether or not Bush makes an appearance at Bilderberg, the former governor’s political history has already confirmed him to be a representative of the status quo.