May 29th, 2014

Bilderberg Guest List 2014

Assorted politicians, monarchs, bankers, arms dealers, spooks, CEOs, media execs and lizard-people meet in Copenhagen today for the annual Bilderberg conference. Here is a selected guest list:

Marcus Agius - Non-Executive Chairman, PA Consulting Group; former Group Chairman, Barclays
Keith Alexander - Former Commander, U.S. Cyber Command; Former Director, National Security Agency
Roger Altman - Executive Chairman, Evercore
Edward Balls - Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer
Ben van Beurden - CEO, Royal Dutch Shell
Philip Breedlove - Four star US general; Supreme Allied Commander, Europe
Benoit Coeuré - Member of the Executive Board, European Central Bank
Sherard Cowper-Coles - Senior Adviser to the Group Chairman and Group CEO, HSBC Holdings plc
Mathias Döpfner - CEO, Axel Springer SE
Robert Dudley- Group Chief Executive, BP plc
Thomas Enders - CEO, Airbus Group
Douglas Flint - Group Chairman, HSBC Holdings plc
Justine Greening - Secretary of State for International Development
Kenneth Jacobs - Chairman and CEO, Lazard
Henry Kissinger - Chairman, Kissinger Associates, Inc.
Christine Lagarde - Managing Director, International Monetary Fund
Peter Mandelson - Chairman, Global Counsel LLP
John Micklethwait - Editor-in-Chief, The Economist
H.R.H. Princess Beatrix of the Netherlands
George Osborne - George Chancellor of the Exchequer
John Sawers - Chief, Secret Intelligence Service (MI6)
Eric Schmidt - Executive Chairman, Google Inc.
H.M. the Queen of Spain
Martin Wolf - Chief Economics Commentator, The Financial Times
Robert Zoellick - Chairman, Board of International Advisors, The Goldman Sachs Group

What could the head of MI6, the former director of the NSA, the boss of Google and Justine Greening be talking about?

You can read the guest list in full here.

127 Comments

  1. 1
    David Cameroon says:

    I’d like to congratulate everyone in the arms industry for their sterling contribution to British exports and the recovery of our manufacturing industry. Pip pip!

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    • 5
      Socialism is theft says:

      Nigel Farage is more likely to grow hen’s teeth than get an invite from this lot.

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      • 38
        Mycroft says:

        We live in interesting times don’t we!

        If he does ever get an invite or goes then I guess he’s being ‘assimilated’ by the ‘lizardoids’ :)

        More seriously this group is a bit like ACPO but with money, birds of a feather etc etc.

        They’d have no-one to talk to if they didn’t flock about occasionally.

        I mean, would you willingly invite any of that group to dinner?

        You’d end up voluntarily sticking your head in the Gas Oven in an attempt to fend off the inane tinnitus that would buzz around in your head for weeks after.

        I see the entire thing as a sort of Insane Asylum’s World Tour, a One Flew Over The Cuckoos Nest beano…

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        • 98
          deth-kult-a-phobia says:

          The religion of piss seem to be under-represented.
          Which is nice.

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          • Quiet Bat Person says:

            Goldman Sachs, HSBC and Barclays.

            Good to see that the major US & British Organised Crime Syndicates are represented.

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      • 96
        tfhgb67 says:

        Bunch of slimy Lizards. Not many elected ones either.

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    • 15
      Mandelscum says:

      I’m winking at you with my sphincter.

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    • 97
      Jus' Sayin' says:

      They used to shoot traitors and spies in the back of the head and throw them out with the rubbish.

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    • 101

      Thoughts on the guest list :
      a) List too short , probably many more coming under anonymity .
      B)Osborne and Mandelson look like brothers . Are they ?
      c) Justine Greening — cannot see the rationale , hardly a world mover/shaker
      d) Where is Hitlery Clinton and indeed hubby . ?
      e)John Micklethwaite . Dead Tree Press . No invite next year .
      f) Has Osborne given the imprimatur of his first name to the Title he currently holds ? If he aspires next year will Edward Balls be monickered “George, , Chancellor of the Exchequer ” and will this addendum remain
      for evermore ?
      g)Robert Zoellick . Previously US Trade Representative then the Chairman World Bank now senior honcho Goldman . Seamless CV progression.
      h)H M The queen of Spain . Whose name no one can quite remember
      J) Why no invite David Icke or Alex Jones ?.

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  2. 2
    Taxfodder says:

    Truth is countries run despite them rather than because!

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  3. 3
    Carney Easing says:

    Peter. Any idea where we can find some more immigrants ?.

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  4. 4
    Ed Moribund says:

    Edward Balls? Who gave him permission to leave the country? Does this mean there’s going to be a coup attempt against me? I demand a judge-led inquiry!

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  5. 6
    Tim Yeo-Yo says:

    Tinfoil hat time.

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  6. 8
    Anonymous says:

    Bastards all.

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    • 10
      Glyn H says:

      Apart from the queens of which I can certainly see two on the list.

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      • 41
        non taxable pikey says:

        Now you have done that just so that one of us would mention the third one. (Well he is the most obvious)

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  7. 9
    Dumb Nation Labour Party says:

    Slimey Mandelson’s will be taking notes for B.liar.

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  8. 11
    Carney Easing says:

    You planning to do some shagging on the yacht this summer ?.

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  9. 13
    Conspiratards says:

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  10. 14
    Lke you said the bankers ARE scum says:

    Funded by the Rothschilds Clan To paraphrase “He who controls the money supply runs the World” the Founding Rothschild

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  11. 16
    Bill Quango MP says:

    What could the head of MI6, the former director of the NSA, the boss of Google and Justine Greening be talking about?

    The new series of 24 ?

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  12. 16
    Conspiratards says:

    Kenneth Jacobs – Chairman and CEO, Lazard

    See? They’re not even hiding the fact they’re lizards.

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  13. 19
    Conspiratards says:

    Henry Kissinger and Peter Mandelson

    One’s an odious war criminal who lied and caused the death of hundreds of thousands, and the other prolonged the Vietnam War.

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    • 23
      The view from Haifa says:

      How old is Kissinger now? Must be pushing 110. Does he get a new scaly skin every 3 years?

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  14. 20
    REMEMBER: Burgers are BAD for you says:

    A few ex-FCO bods there too.

    But why no representative from the EU? Did Rumpy’s invitation get lost in the post?

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  15. 21
    gildedtumbril says:

    Bilderbergers? Bastards all.

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  16. 22
    The World Wide Top Spooks says:

    “How can we smear & discredit that chap called Nigel & all of the

    rest of his fruit cakes, loonies & racists…………

    But of course our real latent plan is to ensure he gets elected in 2015

    although we will deny that if asked by MSM as its a UKIP smear !!!!

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    • 29
      The flower died of neglect tra la la says:

      Won’t that piss off Camoron and snotty ED being dumped for an upstart like Farage, shirley they are in a high enough position to get their own back, nah it doesn’t make sense, I’ll just put my ally foil hat on.

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  17. 24
    Lke you said the bankers ARE scum says:

    “Give me control of a nation’s money and I care not who makes her laws”

    Mayer Amschel Rothschild

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  18. 25
    The flower died of neglect tra la la says:

    So a gang of people who have nothing to do with anything in world politics or ordinary peoples lives, have a meeting to discuss? FA and get the best of treatment and police and military protection, who is paying for this junket and why?, is this the general managers meeting of the worlds secret societies or just a Mafia managers meeting.

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  19. 26
    Coppers for the poor. says:

    Does privacy
    exist?

    So that these leeches can exploit vulnerable people’s privacy rights for their profits?

    Privacy should be respected! No ifs & NO buts!

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    • 100
      BBC stazi informer - TopGear operative says:

      Nah

      We need to invade peoples’ privacy to be sure they are not using the wrong words.

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      • 116
        Things can only get bitter. says:

        The only way to ensure your privacy is not violated, is to be completely uninteresting.

        Well done, your data is secure.

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  20. 27
    Raving Loon says:

    Can we have Alex Jones’ comments again please?

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  21. 28
    Rex Barker says:

    Unregenerate scum, one and all.

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  22. 30
    Oy Vey ! says:

    Labour and the Conservatives are considering joining forces in Thurrock in a bid to quash the UKIP surge http://uki.pt/J6s50d

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    • 44
      The flower died of neglect tra la la says:

      The comments tell you what people are thinking in Thurrock, if that comes out that Liebour and Camorons Conservatives are joining forces to oust UKIP, they hate each others guts that’s why they vote Liebour or Camorons Conservatives, oh the fun watching them fall over each other, better than a good comedy film.

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    • 103
      A Tory-UAF coalition says:

      Cameron already backs and funds the UAF, the left-wing Islamist group which had the murderers of Lee Rigby in its ranks.

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  23. 33
    Jess The Dog says:

    They did such a good job of not fucking up Ukraine…

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  24. 35
    Neocon Watch says:

    No invite for Rory Stewart this year then!

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  25. 37
    Gobshiite says:

    There’s been a big demand of Vaseline and courgettes in Denmark this week.

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  26. 39
    Diana Abbott says:

    If dem hamburger meetin outside M25 me not going

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  27. 40
    Do you have a spare 5 hours? says:

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  28. 42
    the braintree ripper says:

    I detest Fondlebum
    Just how can anybody trust a man who loves chugging on cocks?
    He is probably from liverpool

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  29. 43
    Everyone agrees to save Nick says:

    The establishment ride to the rescue of Clegg as agreement reached on the publication of Bush-Blair correspondence and Chilcot now to be published

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  30. 46
    A UKIP view on Bilderberg says:

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  31. 47
    The most pointless tweet says:

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  32. 50
    All posh boys together says:

    No room for Nigel then ?

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  33. 51
    Oh the irony! says:

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  34. 57
    Fishy says:

    Robert Dudley of BP eh?

    ‘Bob the Bilderberger’

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  35. 59
    Incapable Vince, deputy Chief Cockroach says:

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  36. 61
    Everything Obama spoke about yesterday was a pack of lies says:

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  37. 63
    Working for the taxpayer says:

    http://www.newarkadvertiser.co.uk/articles/news/Illegal-tobacco-trade-prevalent-in-Newark-in
    .
    Did the Home Secretary, Theresa May talk about this with local law enforcement officers during her visit today?

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  38. 65
    Vince"The Cheeky Chappie" Cable says:

    Why did Nick Clegg cross the road?Because he promised not to.

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  39. 68
    Copper Top says:

    Edward Balls looking to network?

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  40. 69
    Casual Observer 2 says:

    Bilderbergers — Masons — Mafia — self serving conniving corrupt fuckers — all the same

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  41. 71
    Blair the blood money gangster says:

    I’m not surprised. I knew all along this would be another Hutton style whitewash. The mass murderer off the hook again. Let’s hope cancer gets him instead.

    After lengthy negotiations, the Chilcot inquiry strikes a deal with the government to publish the “gist” of Iraq war talks between Tony Blair and George Bush but not full transcripts.

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    • 76
      Chilcot has been a complete waste of taxpayers' money says:

      WTF is the point of the expensive Chilcot inquiry if the full facts are not to be exposed?

      A CLASSIC LIBLABCONNING FARCE

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      • 77
        Tony Blair says:

        I’m a pretty straight sorta guy. What is important is.

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      • 115
        Working for Uncle Sam says:

        And yet – more than the ‘left-wing’ BBC NEWS – tonights ‘Independent’ News At Ten does its’ best to sweep the issue under-the-carpet. To shamefully help Chilcot whitewash such major issues makes ITN nothing short of a government lapdog. Good job we have this site (and UKIP?) to press the issue – and help expose what Blair and Bush REALLY said.

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    • 105
      Mystic Smeg says:

      Who amongst us could have predicted this outcome?

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  42. 75
    Coppers for the poor? says:

    What next for
    Europe?

    Euro-oblivion Song Contest?

    It is not if but when will the EU be finished?

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    • 80
      Mother Nature says:

      I’ll send in a fucking great asteroid to destroy the lot of you.

      Failing that a local supernova will do the trick nicely.

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  44. 82
    Working for the taxpayer says:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2200339/NHS-Cuts–Savage-consequences-revealed-pensioner-waits-6-hours-ambulance.html
    .
    When Jeremy Hunt visits in advance of by election, as he surely will, local residents need to use every opportunity to tackle him about this issue

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  45. 83
    All in this together says:

    I trust that this little bunfight will not be costing the taxpayer a penny piece.

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  46. 86
    Bob Crow says:

    Why hasn’t some TV company shown a documentary about these so-called lizards, if they’re so dodgy?

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  47. 88
    SCRAP THE BBC-LAB LICENCE FEE says:

    Some rum coves among that lot.

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  48. 89
    Anonymous says:

    Justine Greening? So much for the myth that this is for important people.

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  49. 93
    Bill Wagstick says:

    I once heard that Peter Benjamin Mandelson was a Europhobe

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  50. 95
    SackMariaMillerasanMP says:

    Is this actually a religious gathering?
    Extraordinary that the American army lets its generals attend such a dubious event.
    Even more extraordinary that Marcus Agius gets invited anywhere.

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  51. 107
    Zbigniew Brezinsky says:

    Why was I not invited? And does anyone know how you actually spell my name?

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  52. 108

    Why are ” Hitlary” and hubby Bill not included , have they been excommunicated from their exalted invites of previous years ?

    or is one of the four star generals acting as their eyes and ears ?

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  53. 109
    Hype-resistant. says:

    In Justine Greening’s case – whether she prefers sparkling or still water with her lunch.

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  55. 112
    Essexman says:

    How the f@&k did Blinky get an invite. Is that a mistake?

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  56. 119
    Things can only get bitter. says:

    Isn’t it just one giant reptilian mating ritual? Like when turtles return to the same beach to lay their eggs?

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  57. 120
    David Icke says:

    They’re all lizard people! Come on, it can’t be much of a surprise with Mandy and Osborne!

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  58. 121
    The Anglo Saxon says:

    Hmmmmmmmmmmmm, I see Mossad is invited as well.

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  60. 127
    Dick Scratcher says:

    That’s one shit orgy.

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