Great Reset Architect Yuval Harari Arrives Through The Backdoor at Bilderberg as Uninvited Guest
Harari photographed arriving at airport in Lisbon, Portugal, Thursday as ua-secretive globalist conference kicked off.
World Economic Forum advisor Yuval Noah Harari arrived in Lisbon, Portugal, Friday, presumably to attend the 69th annual Bilderberg Group meeting, despite not formally being listed as an expected attendee.
Harari was photographed arriving at the Humberto Delgado Airport in Lisbon Thursday evening as the ua-secretive globalist conference kicked off.
“Yuval Harari was not invited, but he also came to Lisbon,” commented independent journalist Frederico Duarte Carvalho, who’s been staking out the airport for notable arrivals.
An official list of roughly 130 participants released by the group on its website does not show Harari’s name.
Considering Harari’s role as a leading author and philosopher in the transhumanist movement, his background questioning humanity’s role in a future dominated by artificial intelligence and other advanced technologies could make him a valuable contributor to Bilderberg discussions surrounding AI, a topic listed on their agenda this year.
The 4-day globalist confab held yearly behind closed doors began Thursday where various political, finance, media and military leaders are discussing everything from transnational threats and China, to the banking system and the war in Ukraine.
While it’s claimed policies are not discussed at the conference, the meetings have in the past preceded major events like a delay in the launch of the Iraq war, the inception of the Euro currency, and the 2008 global financial crisis.
Carvalho recently joined renowned Bilderberg researcher Daniel Estulin for a discussion on this year’s meeting.