Bilderberg Secrecy Exposed During Parliamentary Debate

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Unprecedented insight opens up conflict of interest charges

Paul Joseph Watson
Infowars.com
June 10, 2013

The secrecy of the Bilderberg Group was blown wide open during a Parliamentary debate in the House of Commons today when Ken Clarke was forced to defend himself against potentially damaging evidence of a conflict of interest surrounding his role as a steering committee member of the clandestine organization.

MP Michael Meacher asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne, an attendee to the confab, to make a statement regarding Bilderberg.

However, the question was answered by Bilderberg steering committee member Ken Clarke, who was forced to embarrassingly claim he had “forgotten” that the organization’s meetings were paid for by funds raised by the Bilderberg Association.

Despite acknowledging he had been on the steering committee for 10 years at the start of his response, Clarke later claimed he had “forgotten” that he was trustee of the British steering group and was now, “checking with the aid of my constituency secretary, whether I put that in.”

Clarke’s failure to declare his his trusteeship of the body that funds the organization is a clear conflict of interest and is set to cause even more spotlight to be thrown on Bilderberg following an explosive live appearance by Alex Jones on the BBC.

The majority of the House of Commons debate was a juvenile affair that gave Clarke and fellow Bilderberg member Ed Balls the opportunity to whitewash the organization as a mere talking shop, despite innumerable examples of Bilderberg setting the consensus for policy years in advance.

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Paul Joseph Watson is the editor and writer for Infowars.com and Prison Planet.com. He is the author of Order Out Of Chaos. Watson is also a host for Infowars Nightly News.

This article was posted: Monday, June 10, 2013 at 12:01 pm

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37 Responses to “Bilderberg Secrecy Exposed During Parliamentary Debate”

  1. Anonymous says:

    I truly believe these people are morally and spiritually blind to their actions. That’s why its such all so titter-worthy to them. They really think they are above being accountable to us. “Forgive them Father because they dont truly know what they are doing” .

  2. Anonymous says:

    I live in England. I do not like the MPs we have. They are all old school types and upper class snobs, except for the working class Labour men. None of them are worth voting for, and we just have a revolving dictatorship.

    • Made_in_the_UK says:

      If you bother to look, there aren’t that many “working class Labour men” in positions of influence in the Labour party. Honourable exceptions are Andy Burnam (who should have won the leadership contest, not Ed Miliband) and Alan Johnson. Pretty much all the others are solidly middle class.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Is this an average day in the UK parliamentary kindergarten?!!

  4. Anonymous says:

    “10 years ago I was told that I was attending a plot to hand over Britain to Brussels, and to subordinators to the United States of Europe”

    Well that happened. 75% of our laws are from Brussels… Nice one Clarke you jerk.

    • Anonymous says:

      Ken Clarke knew about the EU problem but he made a lot of money from it. I suppose that tells you a lot. Follow the money.

  5. Anonymous says:

    As infowars is always stating: first they ignore you, then they MOCK you, then they fight you and then you win!

    They’re lying and trying to MOCK it.

  6. Anonymous says:

    They mock, lough at each othertsd… like IDIOTS = satanists who do not care about people
    This is English aristocracy

    • Made_in_the_UK says:

      Kenneth Clarke actually comes from a fairly ordinary background. He definitely isn’t an aristocrat! Aristocrats, as a class, have ZERO power in this country.

    • 1314 says:

      I hope all my compatriots vote for independance next year and save Scotland. We can then help our English brothers who are being abused too.

  7. Anonymous says:

    I don’t understand, why is this so funny? They acknowledge it right?

  8. Anonymous says:

    What the heck are they laughing at?? very disturbing.. he isn’t funny.. very disturbing.

  9. Anonymous says:

    i find it appalling that the people that run my country the UK act like this. It is absolutely abhorrent childish diversionary behaviour. Sounds like a pub full of drunkards, how can these morons represent the common man? disgraceful

  10. Anonymous says:

    What is with the constant laughing…….?

    This is a serious question and extremely important! This is not a laughing matter….

  11. Anonymous says:

    No wonder Brittan is Screwed Look how childish there politicians are! No wonder you live in a police surveillance state, they spy on you in your homes and any where you are in public but your not allowed to know what there doing be hind close doors, but they know what you do, No wonder my sister left london swearing never to go back to that continent!

  12. Anonymous says:

    Ben Fellows says ken clarke groped him and police say he is above the law !!

  13. Anonymous says:

    So much nervous laughter .

  14. Anonymous says:

    Simple question – if this is a ‘private meeting’ why is the taxpayer paying for their ‘security’ and why are the richest people in the world, not on ‘official’ business, not paying for their own $2M security? That would be the collective equivalent to about 50 pounds to the commoners picking up the tab? How ironic that the commoners get the tab for those that are actually plotting against them. A sick joke.

  15. Anonymous says:

    ITs a huge joke to the Parliament, obviously. How many times did he say that people meet as individuals not representing anything, and then turn around and say its a Political meeting.

  16. jockdoubleday says:

    “Apokálypsis” – the unveiling.

  17. Anonymous says:

    I don’t believe a word Ken Clark says. Blunkett was making some funny faces in the background. Has he been to Bilderberg, I wonder? The British people are SICK AND TIRED of their lying duplicitous politicians.

  18. xavieracorea says:

    This Parlaiment of clowns is a farce first off. I seriously get a sense of “Alice in Wonderland”. Are they high?

    Secondly, I know from acquaintances that the Bilderberg meetings are a “meet and greet” – a “who’s who” among the elites. If you know what “red hats” is, then the Bilderberg meetings are really only slightly more perverted than that – plus or minus not so righteous entertainment. The dangerous part is after they leave the meetings and who’s contact they’ve made and keep for further purposes.

    Ed balls PREPARED speech on this matter does not do anything to restore confidence that nothing fishy is going on. Ed Balls says”….for the benefit of all citizens”…

    if they have no influence over anything, Then how can it benefit – or harm – anything?

  19. Anonymous says:

    Who are these idiots and why are they running my country

  20. Anonymous says:

    This is the year humanity begins to take back control


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