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Real Ruler of England: Peter Mandelson (a Rothschild friend)

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posted on Aug, 8 2009 @ 03:26 AM
Peter Mandelson is now well known as the man pulling the strings at No. 10 (Gordon Brown's Office). Until this summer nobody really knew about this man. He was an MP in the North East of the UK until 1992, before he resigned due to some scandal and became an EU commissioner.

Nevertheless, last year he was hanging out with the rich elite, and this year attended the Bilderberg conference in Greece. Now he has again climbed the ladder into the UK government through hard work by becoming a member of 35 different committees.

People are now totally aware of his influence and power, which is so strong that he now may as well be the deputee prime minister.

So while Gordon Brown is on holidays in Scotland, he has left the government to be babysat by Lord Mandelson. However, Lord Mandelson decided to also take a vacation in Corfu at the controversial banking dynasty's villa - the Rothschild's villa.

Are his connections and powerful position in UK politics clear enough?

The following has been reported by the British news, which will clarify Lord Peter Mandelson's position:

According to an article in the Telegraph the following can be said about Peter Mandelson:

The extent of the Business Secretary Lord Mandelson's influence over the Government became clear when it was disclosed that he is a member of 35 Cabinet committees.

These include areas such as health, immigration, trade, Africa, crime, flood planning, and food.

Lord Mandelson, who also holds the title of First Secretary of State, has an input on policy on everything from swine flu to the Olympics, climate change to Afghanistan. He is a member of 80 per cent of the 43 Cabinet committees and subcommittees, sitting on more than either the Prime Minister, the Chancellor or the Foreign Secretary.

Together with his unofficial role as a daily adviser to Gordon Brown and his huge Department of Business, Innovation and Skills, the peer's new roles mean that he is deputy prime minister in all but name.

Eric Pickles, the Conservative Party's chairman, said: "It is quite obvious that Peter Mandelson is the real unelected prime minister pulling the strings from No 10. "He is Gordon Brown's political life support machine, keeping the plotters at bay.

Mr Brown brought Lord Mandelson back into the Cabinet last October, making him a life peer after a period of exile in Brussels as EU trade commissioner. A No 10 spokesman said Lord Mandelson's position in government covered a broad range of issues and his membership on the cabinet committees reflected that. Lord Mandelson sits on the following Cabinet committees:

* National Economic Council
* Better Regulation
* Democratic Renewal Council
* Domestic Policy Council (which he deputy chairs)
* Domestic Affairs
* Borders and Migration
* Communities and Equalities
* Food
* Families, Children and Young People
* Health and Wellbeing
* Justice and Crime
* Local Government and the Regions (which he chairs)
* Public Engagement and the Delivery of Services
* Life Chances
* Talent and Enterprise
* Economic Development
* Environment and Energy
* Housing, Planning and Regeneration
* Olympic and Paralympic Games
* Productivity, Skills and Employment
* Constitution
* National Security, International Relations and Development
* Europe
* Overseas and Defence
* Africa
* Afghanistan and Pakistan
* Trade
* Protective Security and Resilience
* Public Services and Public Expenditure
* Public Sector Pay and Pensions
* Pandemic Influenza Planning
* Post Office Network (which he chairs)
* Flood planning
* PM's ad hoc Committee on International Climate Change
* PM's ad hoc International Climate Change Negotiations

According to the Independent the following was then reported on July 27th, 2009:

After last year's furore in Corfu, the minister is again courting controversy over lavish hospitality.

It was, arguably, one of the most memorable incidents of last year, and certainly one the key players would rather forget: involving Peter Mandelson, George Osborne, a couple of yachts, some of the planet's richest and most influential people – all set against the glistening backdrop of the Aegean.

Obviously unconcerned about the risk of tempting history to repeat itself, the two politicians again came together in 2009, again in Greece – and again surrounded by lavish floating gin palaces to mix with millionaires, billionaires and the world's elite.

Yet, while Mr Osborne noted his attendance at the Bilderberg conference in the MPs' register of interests, his co-player in this Greek drama's second act has been a little coy.

Lord Mandelson, like the shadow Chancellor, spent two nights at the five-star Astir Palace resort on an exclusive pine-covered peninsula outside Athens as a guest of the Bilderberg Foundation – the secretive organisation that has spawned a thousand conspiracy theories.

The Secretary of State for Business used taxpayers' money to fly to Greece because, happily, he had arranged a meeting with his Greek opposite number on the eve of the three-day conference in mid-May.

The taxpayer paid for hotel accommodation on Thursday 14 May, which his department said was justifiable because of the ministerial meeting the next morning. He then stayed Friday and Saturday night at the Astir Palace, paid for by the Bilderberg Foundation, and flew back to Britain on Sunday.

posted on Aug, 8 2009 @ 03:32 AM
According to the Daily Mail, the following has been going on this month (August):

This weekend, for the first time in British history, we have three prime ministers presiding over the country at once.

Harriet Harman, the deputy leader of the Labour party, is in Downing Street as acting prime minister.

The official Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, is on holiday in Scotland.

Meanwhile, the real prime minister, Peter Mandelson, is planning for a General Election and running the country.

For make no mistake: Lord Mandelson is the most powerful man in Britain.

Then the following was mentioned in the Daily Express:

LABOUR plotters hope to get Lord Mandelson back into the House of Commons so that he can fight a party leadership contest, it emerged ­yesterday.

Allies of Tony Blair believe that a ­proposed change in the law to allow life peers to quit can be speeded through within months, enabling Lord Mandelson to leave the House of Lords and stand for election as an MP.

That would make it a realistic ­possibility for him to stand for leader if Mr Brown was ousted or stepped down following a Labour defeat.

Such a move would be the lastest dramatic chapter in Lord Mandelson’s turbulent career. After playing a key role in forming New Labour he became MP for Hartlepool in the North-east in 1992, quit the Cabinet twice and left Parliament in 2004 to become an EU Commissioner.

While that all sounds like enough evidence of his power, the following appeared in the Independent today:

Mandelson is running Britain...from Corfu...on his BlackBerry

He's still on holiday (at the Rothschilds' luxury villa) but the First Minister's in charge .

Not every minister would have been quite so cavalier about being handed control of the levers of Downing Street power.

Most would have relished every minute of their chance to run the country while Gordon Brown was out of town. But Lord Mandelson appears happy to combine work and pleasure by standing in for the Prime Minister from his Corfu poolside.

Lord Mandelson will not return to Britain until Monday. Aides will keep the sun-loving peer in touch with urgent developments via his BlackBerry and mobile phone – assuming he is not enjoying a dip in the water or an afternoon siesta.

They insisted there would be no need to organise an emergency flight home if a major crisis broke this weekend because Gordon Brown, who is on holiday a mere 420 miles away in his Fife constituency home, would step in.

The fact that Lord Mandelson, who was not even in the government last summer, has taken over while still in Corfu will be seen by admirers and detractors alike as fresh evidence of the huge influence he wields over the Brown administration.

His selection of holiday destination had already raised eyebrows, as his visit to the island last year provoked a political storm over the hospitality that he – and the shadow Chancellor George Osborne – received on board the yacht of the Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska.

posted on Aug, 8 2009 @ 03:37 AM
Even if Lord Peter Mandelson does not become the next prime minister, he may just make sure that Bilderberg member David Camerson becomes t new prime minister. After all, parties are all the same under the Bilderberger elite.

posted on Aug, 8 2009 @ 03:45 AM
reply to post by MightyAl

He sounds like a totally corrupt man, therefore suited to government.

Any scandal would be covered by his rich friends.

This sounds sinister and totally sick, and the voters have no chance.

I am so tired or corrupt governments the world over.

posted on Aug, 8 2009 @ 03:56 AM
This says so much for the state of britain today and what a shambles it all is. An unelected man in charge of the country and the idiot is n`t even here. Its laughable. I think there has to be a serious change of the way of politics in britain soon. Its not going to make one whit of difference with the tories in charge from the next election, just new faces sending this once great country to the wall again.

Boo for Mandelson, Boo for Brown and big boo to the rest of the idiots who run the country, would be great to see a real leader stand up and give us a voice once again

posted on Aug, 8 2009 @ 12:26 PM
reply to post by cassini

I did mention George Osborne's association with Lord Mandelson and the Rothschilds (i.e. their trip in Corfu), so the following article from July of this year would also not surprise you.

After all you probably know that the Rothschilds have the power over the notorious Bank of England:

A Conservative government would abolish the Financial Services Authority and hand regulation back to the Bank of England, George Osborne has confirmed.

The shadow chancellor told BBC One's Andrew Marr show the system of banking regulation set up by Gordon Brown had "patently failed". He is due to unveil detailed proposals for a new banking regime on Monday.

Labour said Mr Osborne and Tory leader David Cameron "called it wrong" on the banking crisis due to "inexperience".

Why do you think he's called the shadow councilor? Hmm, does shadow government ring a bell?

You can find the full article at BBC

posted on Aug, 10 2009 @ 06:25 AM
Have you seen THIS today in the Times? Mandelson hanging about with Rotschild whilst on holiday/running the country... and wht's with the Da Vinci t-shirt with sacred ratio rectangle etc all over it??

[edit on 10-8-2009 by dickbar]

posted on Aug, 10 2009 @ 06:47 AM
Mandelsohn is a horrible man and even the cod head, monkey hangers had the good sense to get rid of him.

Yet he keeps on bouncing back.

The elctorate clearly don't want him yet somehow he always comes back.
How and why?

Clearly the PTB want Mandy involved despite public opinion.
Very worrying.

posted on Aug, 10 2009 @ 06:53 AM
apologies for posting an article that says what had been said before, the picture is quite telling though... i'll see if i can find a bigger version... Mandelson make my skin crawl and is the personification of all that is wrong with politics in thsi country

posted on Aug, 10 2009 @ 08:58 AM
reply to post by Freeborn

The Rothschild's make sure he will bounce back.

posted on Aug, 10 2009 @ 09:00 AM
reply to post by dickbar

I didn't notice the t-shirt he was wearing in the photo until you mentioned it. What's the significance?

I'm just wondering why Rothschild is walking around wearing a "fancy" blue shirt and trousers, while Mandelson is wearing a t-shirt. Does Mandelson feel that comfortable around Rothschild?

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