Sunday, June 9, 2013

BILDERBERG Member set to break SILENCE on its SECRETIVE Meeting

BILDERBERG Member set to break SILENCE on its SECRETIVE Meeting



A Bilderberg Group member is set to speak on record to the BBC in what represents an unprecedented move for the secretive organization, which is being forced to become more transparent in the face of huge protests and widespread condemnation

In advance of an interview with Alex Jones today, a BBC reporter told Infowars that the broadcaster had approached a Bilderberg member for a television interview and although the person had refused to be on camera, a telephone interview was likely.

As we reported yesterday, a separate source close to the security operation surrounding the confab told Infowars that numerous Bilderberg Group members were aggrieved at the organization's obsession with secrecy and wanted to see more transparency.

Campaigners are inviting Bilderberg members to come and address crowds of demonstrators and press at a specially constructed podium within the grounds of the Grove Hotel in Watford, which is where the conference is taking place behind a huge police presence

The Telegraph reports today that the 2004 Bilderberg meeting in Stresa, Italy was where the head of BP Lord Browne suggested a monumental merger with Shell to create the world's biggest oil company, a merger that many analysts still expect to see at some point.

If a Bilderberg member does agree to an interview with the BBC it would likely serve as an opportunity to downplay the significance of the group, but the mere fact that a participant of the secretive confab has been forced to speak publicly represents major progress.

It would also mark the first time a Bilderberg member went on record since Lord Healy over a decade ago.

Despite countless examples that prove the contrary, detractors, debunkers and non believers continually argue that the Bilderberg group holds no power, and that it is just a talking shop for elite has-beens. Now yet more evidence has emerged that policy and secret multi-billion deals between business heads and government are formulated at the meeting.

The London Telegraph today reports in it's article titled Bilderberg Group? No conspiracy, just the most influential group in the world, that recently, a major oil deal, in fact what would be the world's biggest, was formulated at a Bilderberg meeting:

"And for business leaders, it is a perfect opportunity to lay the groundwork for deals." the report states.

"According to Tom Bergin's Spills and Spin, the account of the Gulf of Mexico oil disaster, Lord Browne, the head of BP, used a walk by Lake Como at the 2004 gathering in Italy to suggest a vast merger with Shell to create the world's biggest oil company."

"Lord Browne left under the impression it would happen." the report asserts.

Indeed, the cards have been firmly on the table regarding the deal, and industry experts are sure that it is only a matter of time before the merger goes ahead.
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The report also notes how Lord Healey, a long time Bilderberg attendee, recalls the importance of the discussions that were held there regarding policy on the Vietnam war, and particularly on European integration: Most vividly, he recalls its role in bringing the architects of the European integration -- Schmidt, Pompidou, Giscard d'Estaing, Leone -- together for open-ended discussions with bankers and economists about how the European monetary system might work.

"A meeting in June in Europe of the Bilderberg Group- an informal club of leading politicians, businessmen and thinkers chaired by Mr. Davignon- could also 'improve understanding' on future action, in the same way it helped create the Euro in the 1990s, he said," reported the EU Observer in March 2009.