posted on Aug, 15 2012 @ 08:46 AM
reply to post by stirling
The final list
of participants is published on the Bilderberg meeting website, and
there are a few additions and removals to and from the preliminary list. I don't know if those changes are significant or not, or if it's just
because those invitees couldn't attend.
The final agenda
also differs slightly from the preliminary agenda with the addition of
this topic 'Sustainability of the Euro and its Consequences'.
reply to post by Shuye
As far as I'm aware, the information in the pdf was obtained from the Irish Dept. of Finance using the FOI act so it's unlikely that they're
'fake', but who knows, it wouldn't be the first time documents have been faked
What does Putin 2.0 mean? I'd assume it refers to his second presidency but judging by the Russians that attended IMO this question should actually
read 'How do we solve a problem like Putin?'
I still don't think that this 'expose' is all that revealing because the final agenda and participants are out there for all to see. The way in
which it was obtained is the interesting bit for me. At the moment a 'concerned citizen' is making enquiries with the Dept. of Finance to find out
if our finance minister, Michael Noonan (who attended in a 'private capacity', yet was invited because he is the finance minister
) paid for
this trip out of his own pocket or if the taxpayers footed the bill. IMO if he attended in a 'private capacity' then he needs to pay for it, if we
the taxpayer paid, then I think we're entitled to have a gander at the Summary Report, perhaps using the FOIA again??
I don't understand the need for all the cloak and dagger BS. If the report outlines what was said but not who said what then why not make it
available for all to see??
Whatcha'll hiding .... ?