British MP Forced To Answer Embarrasing Bilderberg Question

by Admin on June 11, 2013

It is one of those infamous groups that seeks to operate in a shrine of mystery, but yesterday the secrecy of the Bilderberg Group was unveiled during a Parliamentary debate in the House of Commons.

British Tory MP, Ken Clarke suggested that he had “forgotten” he was a trustee of the Bilderberg Group as he was questioned about his role as a steering committee member of the shadowy organization.

Mr Clarke was just one of many worldwide delegates who met for private talks last week.

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

However, a response was in fact provided by Mr Clarke, who claimed he had “forgotten” that the organization’s meetings were paid for by funds raised by the Bilderberg Association.

Mr Meacher explained to the Commons that he believed the group to be a powerful lobbying organisation and that attending ministers should reveal what went on.

Thailand is of course known world wide for allegations of corruption and government scandal and is forever mocked in the western world when new allegations arise. However, forgive us for suggesting that this in fact seems more outrageous. This embarrassing incident follows recent allegations of fraudulent expense claims, which even led to some British MPs being jailed for their part and of course the recent jail sentence of former disgraced MP Chris Hulme for perverting the course of justice.

The Bilderberg Group has been meeting in excess of 50 years It is interesting that no mainstream media outlet appears to find it newsworthy that such a significant and influential group of  figures meet, when information surrounding any one of the group individually is considered to be headline news. It is certainly an interesting suggestion that this ‘private meeting’ is not important enough to warrant discussion in Parliament. This is an appalling betrayal of privilege, duty of care and trust from the UK Government.

It seems sadly that corruption and scandal is as alive and kicking in the UK  as it is in Thailand

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