The meeting is in Chantilly, Virginia where 131 elites, such as Henry Kissinger, civil rights activist Vernon Jordan and NATO secretary Jens Stoltenberg, will discuss transatlantic relations, a "progress report" on the Trump administration, and the future of the European Union.
If the Bilderberg group does not like what it sees, they will destroy the world.
Or maybe not.
This year's meeting is a chance for Trump supporters like Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster and tech entrepreneur Peter Thiel to face his critics such as Eric Schmidt, the executive director of Google's parent company.
Schmidt, the man behind all the information Google has on all of us, and who knows where we are at every minute of the day and wants our photos and comments to store away for some future purpose, warned us in January that Trump's administration will do "evil things."
And Schmidt knows this because Google knows everything and would never use this information to do "evil things" or, at least nothing that they determine is evil.
Bilderberg Group has met annually since 1954 and its purpose (allegedly, if you're an Alex Jones fan, which I'm not) is to foster dialogue between Europoe and North America. Although this meeting will be a mere 30 miles from the White House, they will be totally out of the public eye.
And if you're an Alex Jones fan, you will find that fact very disturbing because you will know they are up to no good as they run the world without any resistance.
Only a few journalists will participate in the forum: London Evening Standard editor George Osborne and the Washington bureau chief for Turkey's Hurriyet newspaper.
However, it is the tradition of Bilderberg to exclude news outlets from the event, which, if you're an Alex Jones fan, you would find that very, very suspicious and probably malevolent.
"There is no desired outcome, no minutes are taken and no report is written," the group states. "Furthermore, no resolutions are proposed, no votes are taken, and no policy statements are issued."
Alex Jones: "Very fishy, if you ask me."
The meeting is expected to address Russia, China, globalization, nuclear proliferation, and "the war on information."
"And world domination," Jones mutters.
Some guests invited include: Dutch King Willem-Alexander; David Rubenstein, co-founder of The Carlyle Group; and John Brennan, former CIA chief and "secret Muslim because he visited the Hajj, which only Muslims are allowed to visit," Jones might say.
Anti-globalization protesters, those people who still believe in sovereign nations, have descended on the location of the meeting while in-between jobs.