The Global Manipulators
Long before activists protested the proceedings of Bilderberg, this short book was published, the first ever written on the Bilderberg Group and the Trilateral Commission.
Eringer first investigated the power elite in 1975 while a student at American University in Washington, D.C.
He came to know Carroll Quigley, a legendary professor at Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service, and sat in on Quigley’s final Western Civilization class in spring 1976.
Quigley mentored Eringer’s research. His first published piece about Bilderberg appeared in the October 1976 issue of Verdict magazine in the UK.
When Bilderberg met in 1977 in Torquay, England, Eringer was on site to cover it—and was amazed to see, for the very first time, a dozen reporters on hand, all carrying the issue of Verdict in which Eringer’s expose appeared.
The Global Manipulators was printed with cheap glue, so it tends to disintegrate after three or four reads—probably part of a Bilderberg plot.
This book has achieved cult status.