Bilderberg invites UK politicians

The delegates invited to attend this year’s Bilderberg conference
in Istanbul (May 31-June 3) holds the odd surprise, most notably the new French
foreign minister Bernard Kouchner, who was missing from last year’s conference
list, raising again speculation of the Bilderberg influence of pre arranging
government appointments. 

From the UK, the long term member Ken Clarke has had his
usual invite, and returning again this year are Ed Balls (which would suggest
McCavity Brown isn’t good long term political material, or not completely on
board with the Bilderberg agenda), and George Osborne, again raising
speculation that perhaps Bilderberg would prefer to see him as head of the
Conservative Party and a future prime minister instead of Cameron. 

The full story on this year’s Bilderberg gathering can be
read here.

We assume that the travel and any expenses to Istanbul ARE
NOT claimed through parliamentary expenses, as this can hardly be viewed as
parliamentary or governmental business, otherwise we would expect to see a full
Bilderberg conference report to accompany them.

 

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