June 3rd, 2013

Osborne and Balls on Bilderberg Guest List

Selected guest list for this week Bilderberg meeting in Watford:

Chairman: Henri de Castries, Chairman and CEO, AXA Group
George Osborne, Chancellor of the Exchequer
Ed Balls, Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer
Kenneth Clarke, Cabinet Minister
Peter Mandelson, Chairman, Global Counsel; Chairman, Lazard International
Baroness Williams of Crosby, Member, House of Lords
Eric E. Schmidt, Executive Chairman, Google Inc.
José Manuel Barroso, President, European Commission
Timothy F Geithner, Former Secretary of the Treasury
Henry A. Kissinger, Chairman, Kissinger Associates, Inc.
Christine Lagarde, Managing Director, IMF
Marcus Agius, Former Chairman, Barclays plc
Jeff Bezos, Founder and CEO, Amazon.com
Sherard Cowper-Coles, Business Development Director, International, BAE Systems plc
Robert Dudley, Group Chief Executive, BP plc
Thomas Enders, CEO, EADS
J. Michael Evans, Vice Chairman, Goldman Sachs & Co.
François Fillon, Former French Prime Minister
John Kerr, Independent Member, House of Lords
John Micklethwait, Editor-in-Chief, The Economist
H.R.H. Princess Beatrix of The Netherlands
David H. Petraeus, General, U.S. Army (Retired)
Mark Rutte, Dutch Prime Minister
Peter D. Sutherland, Chairman, Goldman Sachs International

Politicians, bankers and arms dealers break bread…

The guest list in full can be seen here.

217 Comments

  1. 1
    Anonymous says:

    Christine Lagarde? Isn’t she under investigation for fraud?

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    • 8
      it's not that far from Slough says:

      come friendly bombs

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      • 79
        mad, swivel-eyed loon says:

        So, I’d just like to write out the agenda.

        NWO, OWG and globalisation.

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        • 97

          A despicable bunch, one and all.

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          • Let's arm Syrian rebels says:

            Because Syria doesn’t have a Rothschild style central bank and we don’t control all the oil contracts.

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          • fook ALL the Blairs says:

            No Blair?

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          • it,s small change. says:

            .
            keep the change.
            the world is no evidence.b there and not.
            the singh is the kingmaker.

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          • Rage Against the Political Elite says:

            Ha ha ha ha ha.. So we really are fu-ked then? These are part of the same educated fools that have fu-ked the global economy.. Any one fancy another War.. or how about training and financing a few more Islamic terrorists especially in Syria.. We know how that will end up.. Look what training and arming the Taliban did.. I suppose we can always trust in the Political Elite do their best in controlling the biggest Cluster Fu-k of all time.

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        • 198
          Anonymous says:

          Mandy Lizard Chairman

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      • 197
        Nothing Better To Do says:

        We just need a couple of B52s and a few tons of cluster munitions and the world would be a better place.

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        • 199
          cotedebeaune says:

          That’s what the four-by-two Kissinger thought about Vietnam but times 1000

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          • Rage Against the Political Elite says:

            Couldn’t do that otherwise it might damage the Heroin business.. and you know that MR BIG who makes all that money from the Illegal drug business.. Cui Bono

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    • 9
      Bonking Boris says:

      bit to old for me !

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    • 23
      Brown 2.0 says:

      Ed Davey attacks papers who report ‘destructive’ climate sceptics
      Newspapers are wrong to give a “platform” for campaigners and groups that question whether climate change is caused by human activity, Ed Davey, the energy secretary, will say.

      http://www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/energy/10095188/Ed-Davey-attacks-papers-who-report-destructive-climate-sceptics.html

      FUCK OF DAVEY YOU AUTHORITARIAN NAZI

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      • 32
        Democracy Now says:

        Davey is unfit to be an MP in a democracy if he does not believe in open debate and a free press.

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        • 89
          Anonymous says:

          This isn’t the right context to be talking democracy. Will world economics be impacted by this meeting? Of course. Will the public be privvy to the minutes? I very much doubt it

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        • 211
          Rage Against the Political Elite says:

          Ask Davey.. Where the Fu-k has all the CO2 gone.. Its freezing

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    • 33
      SP4 BS says:

      Not entirely.

      The case revolves around some quite tricky details about how quickly a court case could be shoved through. Its a bit like deciding to settle out of court. It could have ended up more expensive.

      Of course, settling out of court when it means giving millions of quid from a government owned bank to a top politician is always going to be shaky ground.

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    • 74
      SP4 BS says:

      reminds me more of Golgafrinchans

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    • 86
      A Towel says:

      There should only be 42 of them, but someone was taking bribes at the door.

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      • 109
        Proverbs Book 3 says:

        Cowper-Coles and Kerr are ex-FCO mandarins I think. No wonder our foreign policy has been fucked over the years.

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      • 112
        Proverbs Book 3 says:

        Modulated – silly me, try again:

        roverbs Book 3 says:
        Your comment is awaiting moderation.
        June 3, 2013 at 3:40 pm

        Cowper-C**es and Kerr are ex-FCO mandarins I think. No wonder our foreign policy has been fucked over the years.
        Reply

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    • 123
      capitalsim says:

      this is late capitalism in action folks. secretive politicians and their corporate leaders, deciding OUR futures.

      bet Farage can’t wait for his invite

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      • 128
        Anonymous says:

        Include in the guest list

        Sam Cam and Boris

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        • 182
          keep the change. now that the son is out of the way. says:

          the house that sam built.
          .
          deal…is what sau
          does.
          .
          singh got the knowledge.
          dawn unda.
          ….shared it with the iou.
          ……….the guru.da.wars are expanding.
          ……………servenbutt
          …the reward is the service.
          the seetner is deadli.
          ….it is small change world now.

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    • 145
      hmmm says:

      and how much is this costing us, again?????????

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    • 194
      Jim says:

      Wot no Dave?

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    • 207
      Pickled Wizard says:

      Mustafa Koc! – no wonder Mandys going

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  2. 2
    Toby Young says:

    Owen Jones’s co-conspiritor,Guido Fawkes reflects what the majority think of champagne socialists & their BS…………………..BOLLOCKS

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  3. 3
    V1le disgusting Labour trashed my Country says:

    LIZARDS

    THEY ARE ALL LIZARDS

    acrb

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  4. 4
    David Icky says:

    I think you’ll find shapeshifting lizards eat mice, not bread Guido.

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    • 72
      hate preachers says:

      If the hate preachers had known about six months they could brainwashed somebody and sent them in on a mercy mission.

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    • 184
      keep the change. now that the son is out of the way. says:

      theybcannot feal with the ant.
      but don,t b an ant up the royalbackside,
      the PC is protected.
      ….no police record.
      the secret is
      .
      .
      the view which matters is the sidenview.
      turn 90 degrees or keep the car in.

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  5. 5
    Anonymous says:

    Oh come one. This is just click bait for every nutter on the internet.

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    • 25
      Back@woodsman says:

      works for me !

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    • 26
      Anonymous says:

      Aren’t you, Anonymous at June 3, 2013 at 2:56 pm, interested, at least a bit?

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    • 55
      Peter Sutherland, Non-executive Chairman of Goldman Sachs and Head of Global Forum on Migration says:

      The EU must undermine the homogeneity of the member nation states because our prosperity depends on you becoming multicultural, low wage workers.

      http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-18519395

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      • 121
        Matilda says:

        Is Sutherland the one that used be a big cheese in Ireland a while ago? If so, that explains why those folk had to redo their referendum that they rejected first time round.

        Goldbog’s man takes over the BoE shortly. Does one suppose that this meeting being held in a nondescript township in England of all places at this time is merely coincidence?

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        • 177
          Peter Sutherland, Non-executive Chairman of Goldman Sachs and Head of Global Forum on Migration says:

          Sure and all now, I was a 100% Irish Attorney General of Ireland through and through – whenever I could take some time off from kissing the blarney stone and drinking down some guinness, anyway.

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      • 143
        leavusalone enquiry says:

        I was going to amplify your remarks about Southerland and his ilk but I couldn’t formulate anything with the remotest possibility of passing moderation.

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    • 59
      Peter Sutherland, Non-executive Chairman of Goldman Sachs and Head of Global Forum on Migration says:

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    • 82
      Jimmy says:

      As opposed to the nuanced political analysis we’ve come to expect here?

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  6. 6
    Steve Miliband says:

    Passing tax avoidance tips

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    • 40
      Legal Beagle says:

      Passing fraud tips…or worse…

      How many have presided over organisations fined billions for fraud?

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    • 83
      Little Timmy Geithner says:

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      • 126
        Matilda says:

        WHY do these people ALWAYS seem to emerge from the plethora of the Chosen Ones? The new US Secretary of the Treasury is also yet another. His name is Jacob Few. He was misnamed at birth as his folks wanted to call him Chosen.

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    • 187
      tips says:

      keep the change.broy.
      .
      who is in the tate.
      the tate.
      the 5 star.
      the nu.
      dawnunda..
      .
      it all rayal now.
      whonis muslim mango…aam.
      who is quality ju.
      …..win,
      psst.
      it came out in the mid.day sun.
      .
      .
      tip
      alway.

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  7. 7
    Koinkidink says:

    Bet they all play Cardinal Puff. My money’s on Beatrix.

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    • 212
      Handycock (Teen Fondler) says:

      Why haven’t I been invited? I would give Christine Lagarde one for sure. Boaz

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  8. 9
    Anonymous says:

    Will Baroness Williams be safe in that company?

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  9. 11
    Steve Miliband says:

    Horrible cake – tastes of marzipan

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  10. 12
    Davidc says:

    Think what a public benefactor a 21st century Guido Fawkes could be

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  11. 13

    Hide the silver. I wouldn’t invite one of these within a mile of my home.

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    • 31
      Uncle Joe says:

      That little pansy still walking around? He’ll end up trussed up in his own handbag like that dress collecting NKVD agent of yours! Decedent weaklings the lot of you.

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    • 95
      Phil the Greek says:

      My wife and I would not be seen dead with these people

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  12. 14
    Anonymous says:

    What are the canapes like?

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  13. 15
    The taxpayer says:

    All of them rich enough to pay for their own bloody meetings

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  14. 16
    LOL NOT FOR LONG says:

    Christine Lagarde, Managing Director, IMF

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  15. 17
    Bodo says:

    You missed Mandelson, the lizard extraordinaire.

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  16. 18
    Captain of Industry says:

    Looking forward to it, must remember to get people to polish my helicopter. That’s not a double-entendre, I have a helicopter.

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  17. 19
    geekparent says:

    The venue like to give their address as Chandlers Cross. Media seems to have settled on Watford.

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  18. 20
    Steve Miliband says:

    How is the Battenberg cake funded?

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  19. 21
    Uncle Joe says:

    I’d happily sign off on this list indeed I’d add a few more names, they need culling to ensure that better cadre material can emerge from the Party ranks.

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  20. 24
    SP4 BS says:

    Ken Clarke?
    Ed Balls?

    Them tricky lizard’s just playing with our minds.

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  21. 27
    Realpolitik says:

    Interesting line up.

    In reality, their overall power is continually waning as Ch!na / BRICs continue to grow economically.

    This lot are becoming yesterdays news, not helped with fraud investigations, allegations of indecent assault and the other allegations which generally erode credibility and ‘trust’.

    The c’unt Barrosso should be given a thorough kicking: Not clear why he is there unless this lot are in reality a bunch of communists.

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    • 36
      Uncle Joe says:

      Even more reason I should have them shot!

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      • 62
        Realpolitik says:

        No point. Several will likely shoot each other in order to survive, the others will be prosecuted or end up penniless.

        The problem for them is that they have broadly lost control of whatever it was they were trying to do in the first place.

        Why the UK tax payer is footing the bill for their security is one pertinent question.

        If their agenda has impaired the economic well being of the UK is another.

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        • 66
          The public says:

          They are a bunch of crooks. Far from protecting them, we should be arresting them.

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          • general patreaus says:

            If only terrorists had any organisational abilities at all they would have done the job for us long ago!

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        • 107
          Insider says:

          I have just got hold of the Bilderberg agenda for the first day

          Their opening session is on (wait for it)…

          Ethics…

          Rolling off the fucking floorboards………….

          PS They must shurely bring Mandy on as the Dancing Chairlady of Ethics and Everything Bent….

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          • Common Purpose says:

            That is probably a typo. There is an ‘n’ missing.

            It is a discussion on how to destroy Britain.

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        • 178
          Thrill seeker says:

          But it would be fun. At least for some people.

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  22. 29
    Lord Farridge of UKIP says:

    Some riff-raff are missing

    eg Davick Cameregg

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  23. 30
    For Fucks Sake says:

    It seeems senior executives of banks fined billions still get invited…

    Are these people just rewarding fraud?

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  24. 34
    Titler Magazine says:

    Mandelson must be too busy lining up his next dirty deal offshore…

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  25. 38
    Anonymous says:

    What a list! Truly, God has abandoned us and embarked on a less ambitious project.

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  26. 39
    Owen Jones says:

    Yesterday, the IDF facilitated the transfer of 228 trucks w/ 6,222 tons of goods to Gaza, including 220 tons of fruit.

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  27. 43
    Herman Van Aerial Disease says:

    Troughers of the world unite!

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  28. 44
    Legal Beagle says:

    Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands who foudned this gig set the tone,

    By taking a massive bung from Lockheed if I remember….

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  29. 50
    Penfold says:

    Don’t you just hope and pray, for a very localised, lethal, SARS outbreak, in the Watford Area.

    Amen.

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  30. 52
    Jorge Orwell says:

    Quick, somebody tell the islamists that there’s a cartoonist in that hotel, drawing rude pictures of Mo the Pro

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    • 58
      I piss on muhammad says:

      Moohamad enjoyed sucking farts from the arseholes of homeless men in Mecca.

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      • 75
        The EU sexually abuses kittens and puts the leftovers in baby formula says:

        That is not correct.

        It was Barroso who sucks the farts from the homeless in Mecca when he was away on pilgrimage to discover his true political ideology.

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  31. 53
    This will only be catnip to conspirotards says:

    New World Order, Freemasons, Illuminati etc etc etc and other such tinfoil cack.

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  32. 56
    Anonymous says:

    Above you linked to the “guest list”, but don’t fall into that media-shill-trap – that list seems often to be incomplete (i.e. Obama, H. Clinton…). Sheep tricks!

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  33. 67
    Owen Jones says:

    Ed Balls’ bollocks in perspective: The £100 million he would save on Winter Fuel Payments is about TWO DAYS’ worth of UK EU contributions.

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  34. 69
    Confucius says:

    And no Becks and Posh?

    They must be slipping….

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  35. 70
    International Conspiracy says:

    What good do they do?

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  36. 71
    Millipede says:

    Mummy, mummy, they haven’t invited me! Pleath can I go. Pwetty pleath.

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  37. 73
    Anonymous says:

    I hope they are engaged in conspiracy because I doubt they would have any insights or worthwhile conversation otherwise. Such a bunch on non-entities who can only be conspiring against real people. Mediocrities love to flock together and feel superior to the hoi-polloi. It is like one of those Philip Green parties where he has to buy the guests air tickets so they attend and bribe them all with gift bags.

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    • 162
      Tay King-dePisse says:

      How appropriate is it that, in the film Casino, the name of the “casino boss” puppet played by Kevin Pollak was Phil Green, chosen to “head” the casino because he didn’t know much of anything and what’s more, he didn’t WANT to know any more than he did? Which is kind of how many people view discussions of the Bilderberg crowd– they don’t know anything about them, and, if the rumours about them are true, you don’t WANT to know anything, it’s safer that way.

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  38. 85
    Anonymous says:

    Guess which Van Rompuy, head of the European Council was the choice and backed candidate of the Bilderberg Group?

    Don’t you just love the EU?

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    • 91
      General Consensus says:

      The EU sucks ass and blows donkeys.

      That’s quite an impressive feat for the Commission if one thinks about it.

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    • 94
      Patriot says:

      No, I hate it. Anti-democratic, authoritarian fraudsters.

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  39. 88
    Robin Friday says:

    Could give a monkey’s about Bilderb0ll0x but nice golf course at The Grove. Played it a couple of times although massively overpriced.

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  40. 90
    Nick Clegg says:

    Whatever happened to that Olympic spirit and feel good from 2012 ?

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    • 102
      G4S says:

      What, you mean when we couldn’t find enough immigrants to work for £6.19 an hour and the government had to call in the army & police and pay them out of taxpayer’s money.

      Meanwhile those running the Olympics made us pay for everything whilst they pocketed the money?

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    • 105
      Patriot says:

      You are your fucking government killed it, you stupid mong.

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      • 151
        Matilda's Granny's Cat Litter says:

        It was never alive in the first place actually. All BBC propaganda department bollocks.

        Oh! Is a tray of cat litter allowed to say that on here?

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    • 192
      BBC Dept of Correctness says:

      Still feeling great about the pleb-free Zil lanes, thanks. Isn’t socialism great!

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  41. 93
    mad, swivel-eyed loon says:

    Seems to be a few arms companies listed, the odd petro company, the usual politicians and people like Princess Beatrix.

    Of course, Bearty was due to retire a few years ago, but when Geert Wilders was doing well and him not being part of the establishment, she decided to stay on for several more years.

    Much like our own queenie has signed off every EU treaty under the sun and is about as patriotic about Britain, as a newly arrived Bangladeshi in Tower Hamlets.

    These words above does of course make a racist, fascist, homophobe, xenophobe, anti-semitic, Islamophobe, and all the rest.

    My answer to that is, bollocks, fuck off and come fight me.

    Everybody else, have a nice day.

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  42. 98

    Alexander Cameron QC, the Prime Minister’s brother, is the Head of Chambers of Three Raymond Buildings and is an expert in criminal law who took silk while still in his thirties and has followed it up with a series of virtuoso performances in the courtroom.

    His chambers represent Rebekah Brooks. Charlie Brooks once wrote in GQ: Alex Cameron is the star of our pack. The Legal wrote that he was well placed for civil/criminal crossover.

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  43. 101
    C.O.Jones says:

    So how many black and ethnic people are going to this racist convention?

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  44. 108
    Jack says:

    One thing they have in common is their globalist belief that there should be no borders and world governance. A perfect example is Goldman Sachs Peter Sutherland who is on record as saying –

    “the European Union, in my view, should be doing its best to undermine any sense of our homogeneity and difference from others”.

    AND

    “Last year, during the Arab revolutions, the EU missed a historic opportunity to begin weaving together the two sides of the Mediterranean.” (That’s why they hate Golden Dawn with a passion, as what they really object to is the fact that ordinary Greeks want to keep Greece Greek.)

    AND

    “opposition to greater globalisation is morally indefensible”.

    That in a nutshell is really what they are all about. Working out how to destroy independent nations and separate peoples. Any nation, group, or individual who disagrees with them gets the treatment whether from their media or hijacked national defence forces who do what they are told, which is now usually not in the interests of the countries they are supposed to be defending but the globalists.

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    • 120
      Realpolitik says:

      But their model of globalization, like liberal multiculturalism in Europe, has failed.

      Slapping around a few weakened despots is one thing, but against real powers like Russ!a, Ch!na and what is emergent in Latin America at present, they are useless.

      Attempting to build the temple on sludge, which is their model, yields an unstable building that looks crap.

      It is the strength of the individual scaled to a strong culture upon which good societies / economies are built.

      The fatal flaw to the globalist model, especially on the diversity line, is that they expected to be able to seek equality with those who they absorbed from. Their mistake was that they absorbed the crap which others did not want, and now those others are doing well, they do not really want anything to do with the losers who took their crap off their hands.

      The losers who have been absorbed are now turning on their new hosts.

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    • 124
      Insider says:

      This man has his head so firmly up his ass that he can only see shooting stars

      He makes me think of Empty Ed’s Chief of Staff

      So much white stuff that he

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        Bent and buggered says:

        Very interesting – a must read (even if just for background filling). There is but one common denominator – the worldwide Chosen Ones.

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    • 204
      Tom Catesby says:

      Seriously dangerous people.

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  45. 111
    Said sayers saidly says:

    Does this list include people who are due to join the meetings remotely? You know, people who may have double-booked a family holiday at exactly the same time?

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    • 154
      Flush them out says:

      Why did they choose such a Godforsaken hotel?

      They must be worried about the People getting the piano wire out, methinks…

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      • 160
        Bent and buggered says:

        It coincides with the Goldy takeover at the BoE. A high profile event in say London would draw unnecessary attention to their proceedings.

        Has there yet been any mention of this forthcoming meeting in the MSM or tellybox stations?

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  46. 130

    Blogger and tweeter Olly Cromwell, …was found guilty of calling a councillor the C word on twitter, [and] was sentenced at a court hearing in Bromley… The judge handed out a 12 month community service order AND a 5 year restraining order against Olly Cromwell following a twitter trial in April where he was found guilty, under Section 127 of the Communications Act 2003, of making a grossly offensive and menacing comment towards a Bexleyheath councillor. Maxfarquar

    All he did was call the councillor a сunt.

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    • 135
      Insider says:

      Which was undoubtedly true

      BTW….

      No news on the shagging middle-agers?

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    • 137
      Herman Van Aerial Disease says:

      RIP freedom of speech.. what a bunch of ©unts..

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      • 167
        Molly Tov-Koktail says:

        Will Ollie’s community service include doing the weeding the judge’s garden and cleaning his car?

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    • 166
      Bent and buggered says:

      In for a penny… Ollie should have called that judge a Hunt too just to make sure the fuckwit on the bench got the message.

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    • 171
      Maximus says:

      should have said hoon

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    • 172
      The Original Ol' Crummy says:

      He should have stayed with “juggler, whoremaster, drunkard and swindler.”
      If he would emulate me, ’tis good practice to do things as the Master does.
      It dismays, though, that he is punished for speaking truth.
      And the Bexleyheath Council ought probably stand down, for all the good they are doing lately.

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    • 186
      Jack Ketch says:

      In the oh, so, conservative 1950s, the Goons got away with saying the same thing over and over again, live on-air–they were just clever enough to call people a “Right Charlie”, ” A Berk”, a Country Member and son. People should just go back to being less coarse.

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  47. 132
    Raving Loon says:

    I would be interested to know the UKIP stance on this. I know Mr Batten has made a few comments on this but I wonder if Nigel or anyone else in the Purple team had a view?

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    • 142
      Jack says:

      They did have a view, but views are becoming less strident and more like the liblabcon for every new City and big business donor that switches to them from the Tories and every meal Farage has with the likes of Murdoch, who said he liked some of UKIP but they have it wrong on immigration. So you can see that the more popular they become the less likely they will do what they originally put forward.

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  48. 144
    Believe it or not says:

    He’s British on the way to a world record this evening.

    Europe from top to bottom on a Bike

    Please donate…Lupus Research. Very Worthwhile

    http://www.yeshesmad.com/page21/toureurope.php

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  49. 148
    Pleb says:

    I would not be sorry if there were a major lapse in security.

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  50. 153
    Pocket Billiards says:

    Bet a few kids homes will be raided for this meeting.

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  51. 156
    Lord Bell-End cleaing up wikipedia says:

    Amazon and Google wish to announce that they will pay no tax in the UK at al until further notice…

    l

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  52. 159
    Sir Mary Flappes. says:

    Who do I want to praise?
    Who do I want to praise?
    Who do I want to praise?
    ……..The Owl.

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  53. 163
    leavusalone enquiry says:

    Marcus Agius, disgraced ex-Barclays bankster, still member of BBC executive board, prominent Roman Catholic married to a Rothschild, early career at Lizards.

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  54. 176
    Must Be Another Geezer, Then, says:

    Thought he owned a football ground in Spain?

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  55. 183
    Farage against the Machine! says:

    I shall be hosting an alternative meeting of the great and the good at the Watford Central Traveloge.

    Please let me know if you want the all you can eat breakfast buffet & I MUST have the £6.95 supplement in advance.

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  56. 185
    michael cunting parkinson says:

    i’ve met shit tonnes of interesting people but haven’t been mentioned in the guido comments section recently so for as little as 5quid a month you can assure that this sorry situation never happens again. in return for your subscription you’ll get regular tweets whenever i post on this blog and a free biro that is personalized with my own skidmarks.

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  57. 188
    CHRIST ON A BIKE! says:

    Bilderberg is a like an old fashioned version of linked-in for global elites.

    Networking for the rich and powerful, without having a load of IT consultants getting in the way.

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  58. 190
    The Admiral says:

    Hmmm. First year I’ve missed… bugger.

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  59. 191
    Portfolio says:

    What lucky Girls….

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  60. 193
    Old Blue Eyes says:

    I don’t suppose Nige got an invite.

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  61. 195
    Anonymous says:

    And these are our best representatives for Interstellar talks?

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    writer's 9d. says:

    mmmm. My shares are booming since he’s been in charge though. Get in quick!!!

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  63. 201
    Vanilla Bags says:

    Papa Bear’s not on the list this year – will Charlie Skelton still do a cake run for other OAP’s?

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    Tom Catesby says:

    The dangerous and the dodgy. Who is picking up the bill for security etc?

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    Iano says:

    Hey Guido You left out P Mandelson (standing in for T Blair) and D Petraeus (ditto for B Obama). Key players in the Bilderberg ring.

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    Gaston says:

    Unelected. Unaccountable. Off the grid. Inscrutable.

    Parliamentary sockpuppets be damned. The published guest list reveals the cabal that is the real world government.

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    Anonymous says:

    Thanks for covering this Guido, hopefully more than the Guardian with give this proper attention this year. I’m not counting on it…

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  68. 214
    Dave A says:

    What an absolute shower

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  69. 215
    Anonymous says:

    Cowper-Coles – in Paris the morning Diana died.

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    Anonymous says:

    And they forgot to list the contingent of reptoids from the 4th dimension who will be materialising to further brief the assemblage.. David Icke, BEWARE!

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