Whether the Bilderberg group actually has the influence to directly impact governmental policy is uncertain. There is no doubt though that it is a representative of the interests of the ruling class - ya know, the people whose interests are represented by government.
Either way, whatever the Bilderbergers consider a good idea is likely to be implemented in some form.
How is the Bilderberg group representative of the interests of the ruling class? Last time I checked Sutherland for one was not ever elected to a position, and Garett FitzGerald (who is alleged to have gone to a meeting, which is a far cry from being a member) hasn't been a TD since the 80s.
Tommy O Brien will be here to call Dunne a nutjob soon
The economic elites are rarely interested in election to parliament.  They still tend to get their way though don't they? 
(b) the Koch brothers;27 of the 59 wealthiest hedge fund managers in the Sunday Times Rich List have personally donated – or seen their fund donate – more than £19m to the Tories
Once more into the not-quite-hidden agenda, dear friends, once more...
Note the source from which this is lifted: Luke Rudkowski's We Are Change.
Rudkowski is a disreputable New York street-video voyeur, ultra-libertarian, far right-wing loon, a cringing admirer of Ron Paul, a climate-change denier, a good buddy of Adam Kobkesh[*] and David Icke , a convinced believer that we are all under the control of eugenicists and of a one-world socialist conspiracy, ... in short, there are none too many voodoo conspiracies that Rudkowski hasn't endorsed.
* Kobkesh is already a declared anarchist candidate for the 2020 US Presidential election, with a single-plank platform of dismantling the entire U.S. government.
As pig destroyer [post #2] suggested, here comes David Icke, the "Son of the Godhead", with his reptilian humanoids. Though, surely, with this cast of b@tsh!ts, it's a reach too far to include the late saxophonist star of the Kilgarvan Hotshots?