British Prime Minister David Cameron is facing criticism for breaking his promise to lead a transparent government, after he refused to reveal what had been discussed at the secretive Bilderberg meeting, media report.
The Bilderberg, the secretive annual gathering of businessmen, politicians and defence officials, today meets at The Grove hotel in Watford. This is the guest list and agenda in full.
The meeting will take place from 6 to 9 June at the Grove Hotel, Hertfordshire, with 140 delegates from 21 countries. The topics for discussion are:
By Mike Wright
A senior Watford politician has attacked the security operation around the forthcoming Bilderberg Group meeting as “disgraceful”.
by Stephen Lendman
Its four-day meeting occurs annually. It’s a rite of spring. British political economist Will Hutton calls the group the “high priests of globalization.” Powerful movers and shakers have their own agenda.
By Michael Collins Piper
James P. Tucker, Jr. (12/31/1934 – 4/26/2013), famed Bilderberg Hound, author of Jim Tucker’s Bilderberg Diary, passed away yesterday due to complications he suffered following a fall.
Paul Joseph Watson
Confirming information gathered by veteran journalist Jim Tucker’s source, it appears almost certain that the secretive Bilderberg group will conduct its annual confab at the luxury Grove Hotel just outside Watford, UK from June 6 to June 9.
By: Stacy Meichtry And Giada Zampano
ROME—Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti resigned Friday, ending an emergency administration that helped loosen Italy from the grips of Europe’s debt crisis through deft international moves, but leaves the euro-zone’s third-largest economy still struggling.
By: Brandon Turbeville
While the attention of most Americans was focused on whatever trivia dished out from the mainstream media such as the current hot celebrity or the David Petraeus incident, it appears that the Bilderberg Group has arranged what some have described as an impromptu meeting in Rome, Italy.
BERLIN – “If all goes according to plan I will remain in office until April 2013 and I hope that by then I could save Italy from financial ruin.” The Mario Monti said in an interview with Spiegel, explaining that its action relies on the “moral support of some friends of friends EU, led by Germany: the non-financial and moral support,” she adds.