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Cameron To Attend Secretive Bilderberg Meeting

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posted on Jun, 7 2013 @ 06:43 AM
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Cameron To Attend Secretive Bilderberg Meeting


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David Cameron is to attend a private meeting of the secretive Bilderberg group later on Friday, Downing Street has announced.

The international group of politicians, business leaders and academics is holding its annual conference behind closed doors at a luxury country hotel near Watford.

The Prime Minister has been invited in his role as head of government of the country hosting the conference, said Number 10.

A Downing Street spokesman said: "My understanding is that it is usual for Bilderberg to invite the head of government of the country where it is meeting.

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posted on Jun, 7 2013 @ 06:43 AM
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At the start of Gordon Brown's premiership I saw a pic on this very site of David Cameron attending a Bilderberg meeting. Someone on here quipped "Say hello to Britain's future PM" at the time I thought there is no way his party would get elected.

And to think they formed a coalition with the Lib Dems is even more unbelievable.. It would seem he is off to thank his paymasters, money can buy anything.. even a democracy.

news.sky.com
(visit the link for the full news article)
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posted on Jun, 7 2013 @ 06:47 AM
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Good, I'm glad he's attending. This will just give the British and European media a ready reason (i.e. excuse) to write about Bildenberg. The more publicity the merrier the chase.

A thought: If the Bildenbergers had some good PR sense they'd invite Alex Jones and a dozen of so of the protesters inside for an hour or so to meet the participants, ask questions, and have a drink or two.



posted on Jun, 7 2013 @ 06:56 AM
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Greetings friend, I agree with your sentiment but Alex Jones would be one of the worse people to be let in for a drink, he'd make a scene, get himself kicked out and then go on his radio show and say it was all their fault.



posted on Jun, 7 2013 @ 07:06 AM
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Originally posted by AlphaHawk
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Greetings friend, I agree with your sentiment but Alex Jones would be one of the worse people to be let in for a drink, he'd make a scene, get himself kicked out and then go on his radio show and say it was all their fault.


Of course he would, but at least the B group would get the publicity of being "open" (hahahahaahahaha) to their critics. Let Jones in to rant and rave, talk to him reasonably, and then when he upends the tables of the money changers gently show him the door. Then they can get back to the real meeting - which I'd guess occurs in David Rockefeller's Presidential Suite.


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posted on Jun, 7 2013 @ 07:21 AM
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As the Prime Minister of Great Britain David Cameron should be required to report fully on all meetings he attends that could effect the future of the country he runs.

If Cameron fails to disclose anything that has something to do with the future of Britain he should face charges of treason.

If he acts in his own interest, while in charge of a country he should be removed from office asap and locked up for thew rest of his natural life.

As the Bilderberg meetings are private, how can he report on anything?

If doesn't report on anything his loyalties don't lie with the country he runs but with the bilderbergs.

If he does report on anything he betrays the trusts of the fellow bilderberg attendees.

They won't let that happen, so we know for sure he is neglecting his duties as the PM and should face criminal charges.

He's a traitor and should be treated as such.



posted on Jun, 7 2013 @ 07:33 AM
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I am not so sure i buy into many of the Bilderberg conspiracies, to be honest. Dennis Healey used to be a regular attendee, for example.

He has said in the past that it is basically rich and powerful people from the world of Business and Finance that like to include politicians that "may have a future" and they basically discuss business matters and how to make cash. He has said it was primarily set up (by Kissinger) in response to the brainwashed military types of the time (Cold War) who thought that ideology would shape the world. The Bilderbergers thought that actually, no, that was a poor idea and the future world should instead be shaped by trade and commerce.

I honestly think that a large part of the problem of the Bilderberg Group is that they keep things so secretive. If they released proper details then i am sure most the topics would bore the pants of us. That said, because of their secretiveness, we do not know how far they have deviated from those original aims.

They are getting better though - this year they have a website and also a Press Officer!



posted on Jun, 7 2013 @ 07:38 AM
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Healy says conspiracy theorists view of Bilderberg is " exaggerated but not totally unfair " .

Bilderberg has its only counter festival this year, which I think is great. From the live streams I've watched it looks quite amusing, with a who's who of the conspiracy/alternative media all in attendance.

It's an organisation that deserves scrutiny in my opinion. It has hardly been reported in any of the news. Yet we have Ed Balls, George Osbourne, Kenneth Clarke, Henry Kissinger, heads of google and private banks all meeting, without the glare of any mainstream media.

People seem to want to ridicule rather than scrutinise this secretive organisation.
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posted on Jun, 7 2013 @ 07:44 AM
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Yeah, fair comment. I have seen that interview before (and a different one with him). Like i said in the post above, they try to shape policy towards trade and commerce so in that respect they certainly do interfere. However, in order to be fair about it, i think the more outlandish claims against them can probably be ignored!

Also, "adopting" young bright politicians and sponsoring them to attend in order to show them the realities of global trade could be seen as major interference.

Really though, they should be more open and i genuinely think many fears would be assuaged.

ETA:

Star anyway for posting that video.
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posted on Jun, 7 2013 @ 08:07 AM
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I think they are opening up. I don't believe they are the all powerful group that controls the world. I don't believe any group or individual could ever have that amount of power. It is our own corrupt political elites that have allowed something like Bilderberg to exist. If we really had politicians that were representing their constituents and not their own interests there would be no Bilderberg. That's why I support all the protesters down there today, despite some of their wackyness, they do shine a light on something that enjoys to be hidden.

Adam Smith made the point that when businessmen,industrialists and politicians meet in private, there will be collusion.

So lets not get involved with the conspiracy theories and look at the facts of the situation of this undemocratic and secretive meeting.



posted on Jun, 7 2013 @ 08:10 AM
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Well I must say I'm surprised * Innocent face*



posted on Jun, 7 2013 @ 09:05 AM
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If anyone has the time, you should watch the Alex jones live stream. He's basically pissed up on a barge on a canal that runs through the grounds. Bizarre, but surprisingly amusing



posted on Jun, 7 2013 @ 09:19 AM
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Why is it in Watford?

Of all the places in all of the world, who in their right mind picks Watford when they have basically unlimited money?

The only reason they've picked Watford is so Cameron can check in and report on how things are going.

"But they always invite the pm or president of or king or whatever of the country it's held in" will be the cry of the bilderberg foot soldiers doing their bidding in the media and on social networks.

Maybe they're hoping to get a bit of ICC Champions Trophy Cricket in but I doubt it.
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posted on Jun, 7 2013 @ 09:55 AM
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Imho He has been called to answer for the proposed referendum on the EU.

He will be well and truely dressed down for proposing the idea to the public in a clear vote winning tactic.

The bilderbergers aka Iluminati persons want England to be included in a united states of Europe and that means if the uk were to leave the EU the country would in effect become a rouge state.

Korg.



posted on Jun, 7 2013 @ 10:39 AM
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The bilderbergers are the practical arm of the NWO. Then they meet at bohemian grove later on and finalise the deals. Royal families, vatican, high ranking masons, national level politicians, key celebrities, etc. They don't call them "elite" for nothing.

Perhaps if we had less wars, better economies, more transparency most people would not give one iota what those nerds discuss.

Yes I do fear them and for good reason. Don't be naive!



posted on Jun, 7 2013 @ 10:49 AM
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Originally posted by Korg Trinity
Imho He has been called to answer for the proposed referendum on the EU.

He will be well and truely dressed down for proposing the idea to the public in a clear vote winning tactic.

The bilderbergers aka Iluminati persons want England to be included in a united states of Europe and that means if the uk were to leave the EU the country would in effect become a rouge state.

Korg.


The UK will not be part of the United States of Europe, but the United States of Europe is coming.

I think you are correct that he has been summoned to discuss that specific referendum, I think however the opposite is true. He will be told to adamently oppose the USE, as that step will work in conjuntcion with other events to bring about the global economic collapse needed to predate the formation of the USE out of "nessecity" very quickly (cause/effect).

They (EU/USE) need a reason agreed to by the public to create a unified Europe with little to no interferance from the public sector (behind closed doors). Using the chaos of global economic collapse, the USE will be able to create their union in the image they design for future control (fill the void of a collasped US/UK).

We will know more once this meeting is over and Cameron makes a public statement regarding the EU referendum.

God Bless,
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posted on Jun, 7 2013 @ 10:59 AM
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Yes David Cameron is to attend the "secretive" builderberg meeting.

its so secret

that Sky News have announced he will be attending.

I really don't think this is significant



posted on Jun, 7 2013 @ 11:27 AM
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No its not a secret anymore thanks to the internet but back when they used to hold their meeting at the Bilderberg Hotel it was secret and unknown to most of us mere mortals .
It was and still is undemocratic and without oversight which should be a worry to us all because policy is formulated by this largely unelected group of Elites that has an effect on all our lives .



posted on Jun, 7 2013 @ 11:31 AM
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Originally posted by OtherSideOfTheCoin
Yes David Cameron is to attend the "secretive" builderberg meeting.

its so secret

that Sky News have announced he will be attending.

I really don't think this is significant


Ah right an expert then.

Can you tell me what they will be discussing? I don't remember the contents of the meeting being announced.



posted on Jun, 7 2013 @ 11:43 AM
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Originally posted by gortex
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No its not a secret anymore thanks to the internet but back when they used to hold their meeting at the Bilderberg Hotel it was secret and unknown to most of us mere mortals .
It was and still is undemocratic and without oversight which should be a worry to us all because policy is formulated by this largely unelected group of Elites that has an effect on all our lives .


very ture I think that when it comes to things like this they dont tell use when they are having the really secret meetings, they dont annouce a meeting.

also it does not require oversight because it is not a offical gathering of states and as such it is not undemocratic either. People are invited as private individuals not as the representitives of any one state, they may discuss state matters but Mr. Cameron is not going to be their in a offical capasity

Builderbeg i once read was good because it allowed all these influential people to speaking off the public record and with out any fear of reprisal.

i would believe that.

the really secret talks probably go on at other times
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