The Bilderberg Parliamentary Question (UK) 2013

Many are asking, “What is the influence of the Bilderberg group?” That includes some British MPs, one of whom, Michael Meacher, forced the organisation's Kenneth Clarke to answer to the House, yesterday, on this issue.

Parliamentary Question from Michael Meacher MP to Ken Clarke Minister Without Portfolio, Ex-Justice Minister and Bilderberg Steering Committee member:-

“Though [in Watford last week the Bilderberg attendees] were clearly discussing some of the biggest issues at this time, why have we had no statement from the Prime Minister, Chancellor or Minister Without Portfolio, all of whom attended in an official capacity? Why did they offer no statement even though such decisions may well have a significant effect on UK government policy and the livelihood of UK citizens?”

“130 of the world's top decision makers do not travel thousands of miles simply for a cosy chat.”

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“They have come here in order to concert their plans to deal with a particularly awkward stage in Western capitalism and, as such, we the public are entitled to ask some questions and to hold them to account.”

“The Prime Minister said in 2010, and I quote his words, “For too long those in power make decisions behind closed doors and deny the people the power to hold them to account. This coalition is driving a wrecking ball through that culture and it's called transparency.” […] So why is there no transparency about a very crucial meeting that could affect us all?”

“Can he explain how the [PM] at the start of last week can announce a crackdown on corruption and lack of transparency amongst lobbyists and the he, and the Chancellor, by the end of the week are insisting that the largest and most powerful lobbying group in the Western hemisphere, an anti-democratic cabal if ever there was one, should operate in conditions of utter blackout and complete secrecy?”


Clarke: “Chatham House rules prevent me from offering any opinion.”


Skinner (MP, Bolsover): “How come that when all those media moguls, the bankers, politicians have been meeting together since 1954, not one of them was able to spot the recession coming? Or maybe they caused it?” *

* Not so glib. Many believe this to be the case, and equally regarding the Great Depression, as precursors to wealth transferal (theft by Fascism).


Clarke: “Ten years ago I was told I was attending a plot to hand over Britain to Brussels and to subordinate us to the United States of Europe. […] The idea we are furthering any kind of agenda is absolute nonsense.” **

Democracy in action.


** For the record, have some quotes, some attributable history from Bilderberg's core about the EU/EZ/ECU/NWO:-

1955, leaked transcript from BG (first Chaired by Nazi SS Dutch Prince Bernhard whose daughter Queen Beatrix still attends annually): “[our mission is to] arrive in the shortest possible time at the highest degree of integration, beginning with a common European market.”

1970, BG Chair Viscount Etienne Davignon: “implementation of common policies … to bring nearer the day when Europe can speak with one voice. Hence the importance of Europe being built by successive stages and the gradual development of the method and instruments best calculated to allow a common political course of action … progress calculated to promote the development of the Communities and give Europeans a keener awareness of their common responsibility … [BG] meetings will be informal [ie, msm won't report, politicians will deceive] to ensure that the parliamentarians and Ministers can express their views freely.”

– 2005, Davignon again, downplaying BG’s influence to BBC: “It is unavoidable and it doesn’t matter. There will always be people who believe in conspiracies but things happen in a much more incoherent fashion.”

– 2009, Davignon again, to EUobserver: “[BG] helped create the Euro.”

1989, EC Pres Jacques Delors’ report outlines three stage EU plan: 1. single European market; 2. merging central banks into one; 3. single European currency.

– 1992, soon after ’91 BG, Delors speech to RIIA titled ‘The European Community & the New World Order’: “interdependence of the world’s nations seems inevitable … to a worldwide single market … the need for a new world order is self-evident … European model is an inspiration for others [such as] the United States, Canada and Mexico [NAFTA -> Amero/NAC] … [EC is] a laboratory for the management of interdependence … the Community’s contribution to a New World Order will serve as a reference.”

1991, Kissinger at BG (referring to LA riot): “Today, America would be outraged if U.N. troops entered Los Angeles to restore order. Tomorrow they will be grateful. This is especially true if they were told that there were an outside threat from beyond, whether real or promulgated, that threatened our very existence. It is then that all peoples of the world will plead to deliver them from this evil. The one thing every man fears is the unknown. When presented with this scenario individual rights will be willingly relinquished for the guarantee of their well-being granted to them by the World Government.”


2000, ECB board member Sirkka Hamalainen [referring to B'berger Paul Volcker's claim that a single global currency makes sense]: “He might be right and we might one day have a single world currency. Maybe European integration, in the same way as any other regional integration, could be seen as a step towards the ideal situation of a fully integrated world.”

2005, Jean-Claude Trichet, fmr ECB President & Bilderberg Steering Committee member, in speech to BG’s fork the Council on Foreign Relations: “the chosen path toward the significant transformation of global governance that we are engineering today … the system is moving decisively towards genuine global governance.”

2006, ECB exec & Bilderberger Jurgen Stark to International Conference of Central Bankers & Economic Educators: “Public awareness of the benefits of central bank independence is essential. [Presumably, especially when privately owned!] … Fostering and preserving such awareness requires, in particular, that the independence of a central bank, once granted, is respected by the government in question and not undermined by political interference.”


Last word to Dennis Skinner: “I wouldn't be seen dead with 'em.”

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