Monday, 7 June 2010

The British Bilderberg Attendees


Hotel Dolce, Sitges


A leaked attendee list of the Bilderberg conference in Hotel Dolce, Sitges, Spain has found its way onto the internet.

The British attendees were:

John Kerr, House of Lords; Deputy Chairman, Royal Dutch Shell plc
Peter Mandelson, Secretary of State for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform [should read shadow surely?]
John Micklethwait, Editor-in-Chief, The Economist
George Osborne, Chancellor of the Exchequer
Martin Taylor, Chairman, Syngenta International AG
Martin Wolf, Associate Editor and Chief Economics Commentator, The Financial Times
Vendeline von Bredow, Business Correspondent, The Economist (Rapporteur)
Edward McBride, Business Editor, The Eonomist (Rapporteur)

Iain Hollingshead gives his take on the fact and fantasy of the Bilderberg Group in an attempt to sort out fact from conspiracy theory. Certainly this elite group are not known for their belief in 'openness'.

14 comments:

The Big Dollop said...

Rosa.

I was under the impression Mr Osborne was attending the G20 meeting in South Korea at the time of the Bilderberg meeting in Spain.

Regards
TBD

Demetrius said...

Is it a clinic they go to in order to be genetically modified? This could get interesting if it is. Any suggestions?

Crinkly & Ragged Arsed Philosophers said...

They're already genetically modified Demetrius. They have to be to get invited.

Their attendance is purely to have their energy cells recharged.

JRB said...

Of such mysterious meetings, great conspiracy novels by Dan Brown emerge.

banned said...

Strangely enough I blogged about this just yesterday; mostly about Iain Hollingshead using his Daily Telegraph piece to sneer Bilderberger 'skeptics' as Conspiracy Theorists and "loons".

subrosa said...

Mmm BD, CA is a well researched source and I've never found their articles to have any propaganda in them.

I suspect Osborne attended at some time during the 4 days.

subrosa said...

Oh Demetrius, I can tell you like si-fi, which of course is seldom beyond possibility.

subrosa said...

RA, you're such a delightful cynic. :)

subrosa said...

I read your piece banned but after I'd written this. Sorry I didn't put a link to you. My aim was just to give the list of the people who make our laws. We're in the hands of these folk IMO.

Mind you the EU doesn't come far behind.

subrosa said...

John, I'm sure there's a novel in you. How about it or would it be too distressing to really discover how we're managed by a few 'humans'?

greenteeth said...

Forget the twelve foot tall shape shifting lizards and the 8000 year old priests of a lost civilisation, if anyone wants to understand the Bilderberg Group just read George Orwell's 1984.

They are about power and control in perpetuity.

<a href="http://www.greenteethmm.com/dailystirrer.shtml#bilderberg-blog

subrosa said...

I agree with you greenteeth. The problem is most of us don't want to believe that.

Derek Bennett EU-Sceptic said...

Where was Ken Clarke, he is usually at these meetings, surely he didn't consider attending Parliament of greater importance? After all he did say he is looking forward to the day when our Parliament is reduced to the status of a rate capped council.

subrosa said...

Hello Derek, good to see you. I too thought KC would be there, but alas no. Perhaps he's had a slight change of heart.

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