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Those 2013 Bilderberg Delegates In Full

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Bilderberg has started disclosing delegate lists and the gathering is being acknowledged in the corporate press...

Telegraph: Osborne, Clarke and Balls to attend Bilderberg Group meeting

The Bilderberg Group, an annual gathering of royalty, statesmen and business leaders, will this week take place at the Grove Hotel, a golf resort in Watford, Hertfordshire.

Guests will include George Osborne, the Chancellor; Ed Balls, the Shadow Chancellor; and Ken Clarke, the Cabinet Minister who also sits on the group's steering committee, according to a list of participants published on www.bilderbergmeetings.org.

Other attendees include Lord Mandelson, the former Labour First Secretary; Henry Kissinger, the former US Secretary of State; Timothy Geithner, the former Secretary of the US Treasury, and Gen David Petraeus, the former Allied commander in Afghanistan and head of the CIA.

Delegates from business include Eric Schmidt, the chairman of Google; Peter Sutherland, the chairman of Goldman Sachs; Robert Dudley, the chief executive of BP; Douglas Flint, the chairman of HSBC and Jeff Bezos, the founder of Amazon.com...

Bilderberg ... good thing? bad thing? an irrelevant talking shop that's neither particularly good or bad?

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Bilderberg is a way of bringing together politicians, industrialists, financiers and journalists. Politics should involve people who aren't politicians.

Denis Healey

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Bilderberg is a medium of bringing together financial institutions that are the world's most powerful and most predatory financial interests. And at this time, it is this combination that is the worst enemy of humanity.

Not OWG or NWO as too many people mistakenly believe. Rather, the ideology is of a ONE WORLD COMPANY LIMITED. Back in 1968, at a Bilderberg meeting in Canada, George Ball, the then Under-secretary for Economic Affairs with JFK and Johnson said: Where does one find a legitimate base for the power of corporate management to make decisions that can profoundly affect the economic life of nations to whose governments they have only limited responsibility?

The idea behind each and every Bilderberg meeting is to create what they themselves call THE ARISTOCRACY OF PURPOSE between European and North American elites on the best way to manage the planet. In other words, the creation of a global network of giant cartels, more powerful than any nation on Earth, destined to control the necessities of life of the rest of humanity.

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Crap! I've never heard such crap! That isn't a conspiracy! That is the world. It is the way things are done. And quite rightly so.

Denis Healey

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Crap! I've never heard such crap! That isn't a conspiracy! That is the world. It is the way things are done. And quite rightly so.

Denis Healey

Someone put something in Healey's tea before Ronson interviewed him?

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The idea behind each and every Bilderberg meeting is to create what they themselves call THE ARISTOCRACY OF PURPOSE between European and North American elites

and Ed Balls

edit: Kissinger, Geithner, Petraeus, Schmidt, Sutherland, Dudley, Flint, Bezos ... and Balls.

Is he making the sandwiches or something?

Or do the (alleged) Evil Overlords really think he stands a chance of becoming PM?

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Bilderberg is a way of bringing together politicians, industrialists, financiers and journalists. Politics should involve people who aren't politicians.

Denis Healey

..together, in secret.

Thanks Denis. B***tard.

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Bilderberg has started disclosing delegate lists and the gathering is being acknowledged in the corporate press...

Telegraph: Osborne, Clarke and Balls to attend Bilderberg Group meeting

Bilderberg ... good thing? bad thing? an irrelevant talking shop that's neither particularly good or bad?

It is absolutely outrageous that a small group of people, many of whom have no particular qualification other than extreme wealth, get such privileged access to elected politicians.

It really is an insidious conspiracy. Not the exciting x-files kind of conspiracy, with lizards and secret Nazi moon bases and such, just the routine kind of conspiracy whereby the interests of a ruling class are protected by marginalising any opposing views.

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It is absolutely outrageous that a small group of people, many of whom have no particular qualification other than extreme wealth, get such privileged access to elected politicians.

It really is an insidious conspiracy. Not the exciting x-files kind of conspiracy, with lizards and secret Nazi moon bases and such, just the routine kind of conspiracy whereby the interests of a ruling class are protected by marginalising any opposing views.

Note the number of FORMER this and FORMER that delegates.

They are by definition, FORMER......they should be gone...but no, they are not...they are still there influencing thinking...says something about their rank in the Organisation..and they clearly are having an influence somewhere...even though they are supposed to be GONE.

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and Ed Balls

edit: Kissinger, Geithner, Petraeus, Schmidt, Sutherland, Dudley, Flint, Bezos ... and Balls.

Is he making the sandwiches or something?

Quite. For years and years to come millions will, when confronted by a wide eyed TFH, say "But Ed Balls went"

He'll probably be invited back every year.

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Must be a depressing meeting this year, given that all they worked towards in the past 40 years is crumbling... :P:lol:

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It's amazing that people make such a fuss about meetings like this when there are so many other opportunities for powerful people to mix.

its not just a meeting...its a Hotel takeover, with full security and secrecy clampdown.

They are there to discuss trends and see how they can influence them...It is European and US only.

And it consists of apparent hasbeens too.....apparently having influence...Kissinger for example....a rotting carcase hauled around for god knows what purpose.

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Must be a depressing meeting this year, given that all they worked towards in the past 40 years is crumbling... :P:lol:

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On the contrary, they control the media, the money supply and the militia. They'll always come out on top.

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We are told that no decisions or policies are agreed at these meetings.

What do the do then - chat about the weather ? :lol:

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Must be a depressing meeting this year, given that all they worked towards in the past 40 years is crumbling... :P:lol:

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All this is just games to them.

Why play video games when you can play for real?

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It's amazing that people make such a fuss about meetings like this when there are so many other opportunities for powerful people to mix.

There are a few reasons why Bilderberg has stood out in the past, compared to, say, a gathering like Davos...

- The semi-clandestine nature of the annual conferences and the corporate media's reluctance to cover it

- That the meat and potatoes of the conferences appears to be global governance

- The mix of political, corporate and inherited power and wealth represented at the conference. To some people at least, that smacks more of classic fascism than representative democracy

impo the fact that many of the delegates only turn up to the odd one or two conferences suggests to me that they do not represent the central management team of a transnational organisation. It's a meeting of a particular class and part of a patchwork of conferences, fruity little clubs and other networking opportunities that facilitate pursuit of that class' self-interest.

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There are a few reasons why Bilderberg has stood out in the past, compared to, say, a gathering like Davos...

- The semi-clandestine nature of the annual conferences and the corporate media's reluctance to cover it

- That the meat and potatoes of the conferences appears to be global governance

- The mix of political, corporate and inherited power and wealth represented at the conference. To some people at least, that smacks more of classic fascism than representative democracy

impo the fact that many of the delegates only turn up to the odd one or two conferences suggests to me that they do not represent the central management team of a transnational organisation. It's a meeting of a particular class and part of a patchwork of conferences, fruity little clubs and other networking opportunities that facilitate pursuit of that class' self-interest.

Staistically, the attendees are the 1% of the 1% of the 1% of the 1%.

Curiously, I don't see any representatives from sub-Saharan Africa, the working class, the starving, or the recipients of drone attacks represented in the guest list. One can only assume that what is decided at Bilderburg does not concern them.

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Must be a depressing meeting this year, given that all they worked towards in the past 40 years is crumbling... :P:lol:

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That and its in Watford.

Anyway, all this is planned. To reduce the west to third world status.

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I don't care so much about the delegate lists. I want to see the agenda and the transcripts.

meetings between delegates outside the official agenda dont have transcripts....they will have an agenda though,

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