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The clandestine meeting of royalty, prime ministers and business chiefs is taking place in Britain for the first time since 1998, sparking fears of "violence and disturbance" by protesters.
The Bilderberg organisers, who include Tory Cabinet minister Ken Clarke, do not release a guest list but a roll-call of luminaries are expected to descend on a luxury Watford hotel from June 6, forcing police to step up security.
Hertfordshire police have refused to release the cost of security for the event, which has previously drawn anti-capitalist demonstrators in other locations around the wor
Originally posted by paraphi
Well, the police are there to ensure this type of event is not disrupted, as they often are by malcontents and others. As it’s in the UK, I bet that “in touch” group called Socialst Worker will be there. What’s the problem?
I think Bildenberg is full of all sorts of myths. It’s just a discussion forum for powerful industrialists and politicians. Not the NWO or reptiles.
Originally posted by Aloysius the Gaul
The taxpayer always pays for security of visiting political "dignitaries" and also of local politicians. since those aer going to be there why wouldn't this be het case?
And as for living in poverty because of them - yeah - sure......I can see the abject poverty of ATS members written all over their posts on ATS..........heck - I don't even have a video game console - I'm soooooooo poor.....
However, they are in talks with the Home Office about a grant for "unexpected or exceptional costs" that is only given out if it threatens the stability of the force's policing budget. The final bill would have to total more than one per cent of the police force's overall spend - or about £1.8 million - for the grant to be successful.
Hertfordshire Police said the Bilderberg Group has agreed to contribute some of the cost of security, but taxpayers will have to cover the rest of the bill.