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PostPosted: Mon Feb 14, 2011 6:55 am    Post subject: Bilderberg 2011 conference discussion (who, where etc.) Reply with quote

Looking at published dates again we have

Trilateral Commission
Washington, DC April 8-10
http://trilateral.org/recent.htm

G20G8
Deauville, France May 26-27
http://www.canadainternational.gc.ca/g8/index.aspx?lang=eng
and
http://www.g20-g8.com/g8-g20/root/bank_objects/G20-G8_Dossier_presseF.pdf p27

not as published earlier
Deauville, France June 26-27
http://pm.gc.ca/eng/media.asp?id=2155

International Economic Forum of the Americas
Montreal June 6-9
http://www.conferencedemontreal.com/accueil.html?L=1

A G8 in the month of May hasn't happened since the UK hosted one in Birmingham England the weekend of May 15 1998. That year Bilderberg was held in nearby Turnberry Scotland less than 300 miles away that very same weekend.

A repeat of such circumstances would locate Bilderberg 2011 a short hop from Deauville the weekend of May 26. If not then two or three weekends prior to May 26 would seem reasonable. We shall see.
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 20, 2011 10:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks kevink.
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 20, 2011 11:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Dear Kevink,,

We need now the European Trilateral date and place+ WTO meeting+
G8 meeting date following the finishing actual G20 in France.

You may exclude next week and the week 7 to 11 march ,2011

Could be in France but also in Austria for some reasons i have to think about.

stay tuned; work is going on with a lot of difficulties, seen the incredible
parade they put to stop the flux of info

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 21, 2011 1:42 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Dear Kevink,

In principle, you may exclude the first week of march.
More, i 've no certitudeness.


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PostPosted: Mon Feb 21, 2011 9:02 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Dear Marek,

The World Bank/IMF spring meetings are in Washington the week following the Trilateral meeting
http://www.wto.org/english/news_e/events_e/events_e.htm

Notice that this schedule shows the G8 to held in June in Deauville, not in May, which if plausible would argue for perhaps Bilderberg the weekend of June 3.

The G20 will be held in Cannes the weekend of November 3.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2011_G-20_Cannes_summit

The European Trilateral meetings always occur in the fall each year.
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 26, 2011 8:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Dear Kevink,

At the least, France, Austria, Budapest and Washington or Berkeley
could be the place we are looking for.

Not evident at this moment to find the real place.

Please i ask the members of this list to check hotel disponibility in budapest and berkeley in month march and april.

Many thanks

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PostPosted: Sat Feb 26, 2011 9:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Dear All,
I 've to recall you that the Viscount Davignon was born in Hungary
( his father was a belgian ambassador to this country) and that mr SOROS
who is a intermittent bilderberger has done a lot of work this last time
including the financing of democrat opposition to the laws of censure in Hungary. The same recocknized the infamous role he played in hungary
during the war againt certain jews he let go to Autschwitz-he was 14, but amazingly he began amassing his fortune at this time....The one who know how i am interested in the survival of the Shabaitai Tzvi heirs will understand what i mean.He never denied belonging to this credence and recently made a scandal in the USA about what he admitted of his nefarious past.

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 01, 2011 2:53 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Dear Marek,

Surely you’re joking about Berkeley (California). That would be the worst place they could possibly choose for security, privacy, and Saturday afternoon golf. Visualize mass demonstrations and riots. Not to mention 12+ hour flights from Europe. Nevertheless neither of the two worthy hotels in Berkeley the Claremont or the Doubletree are blocked out through June nor is the scene of the 2002 and 2008 crimes Marriott Chantilly Virginia.
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 05, 2011 5:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Dear Kevink
Naturally i was joking about Berkeley california.Too far for our old excellences.(and never known in Bilderberg annals)
But Washington, Deauville-or Paris-Austria or Hungary are-for me-staying
available.
Oil and troubles of mediterranean countries- eco mare nostrum future and the future of Eurodisneymoney are still on the agenda as the danger of the rebellous clan of Perse and its spoiling influence
on the establishment clan of Washington in their interested goals in mediterranean area. the future of a big market of 1.2 billions of consummers against the devenir of 5 millions of israel inhabitants
in the balance.
What may democrature do against rebellion of european people becoming intestinally clever due to lack of food and pike of taxation?

How to make the votants cretins help the bankers lakeys to depossess the 'we the people' will.

What type of war to engage with China and Asia countries if they want
to use weakness of occident ( the possedants club or oiligarchy) and what excuse to use to engage this war. What will be the pretext to use to arrive to this ends without losing ground in the occidental countries, even by
tyranny due to state of war?
Who has to be the first ennemy of class for the elite and who will be the usefull idiots to cooperate with?
Would it be possible to use hyperinflation to ruin Asia and make it more
comprehensive?

That will be at the center of this year conference. I am not far from the truth.

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PostPosted: Sun Mar 06, 2011 8:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Zuma of South Africa writing to THierry de Montbrial
as he was acting as a supra national ambassador
Is the IFRI more than a French Emabassy? Answer is YES !
Look at the billion more consummers zuma is offering to Bilderberg masters
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Mr Thierry de Montbrial, President of the French Institute of International Relations,
Ministers and Deputy Ministers,
Ambassadors and Members of the Diplomatic Corps,
Senior Officials,
Ladies and Gentlemen,

Thank you for inviting me to interact with the French Institute for International Relations again.

The subject matter that I am to intervene on here today summarises the primary objective of our 17 year old democracy.

Our vision is to achieve a non-racial, non-sexist, democratic and prosperous South Africa.

Linked to that, we want to see a prosperous Africa and a better, just and equitable world.

This is informed by our history and by the values enshrined in the Constitution of our Republic.

We have gone a long way towards achieving our vision, since our national hero and global icon, Dr Nelson Mandela, was inaugurated as the first President of the democratic Republic on the 10th of May 1994.

We take pride in our achievements in entrenching democracy and broadening access to socio-economic opportunities and services since that inauguration.

We also take pride in the fact that we have built our democracy on strong philosophical and political foundations.

The Freedom Charter, the guiding policy document of the African National Congress which was adopted in 1955, states boldly that: "South Africa belongs to all who live in it, black and white, and that no government can justly claim authority unless it is based on the will of all the people".

It goes on to declare that the People Shall Govern and that "every man and woman shall have the right to vote for, and to stand as a candidate for all bodies which make laws".

The Freedom Charter was adopted at a time when the institutionalisation of racism by the apartheid regime had been completed.

It was at that point that the progressive forces decided to chart the vision for an inclusive, prosperous, non-racial and non-sexist future. The freedoms and rights stipulated in the Freedom Charter tenets later found expression in the country's Constitution.

South Africans know and appreciate these hard won liberties, including our Constitution's strong human rights base. Our people are therefore the true guarantors of our democracy.

Having invested in ensuring a strong political foundation, we are now focusing more intensively on ensuring economic emancipation.

Our international economic relations in the fields of both trade and investment are critical in the achievement of this essential priority.

France is an important partner as we endeavour to further expand and deepen our economic relations.

Recent economic indicators suggest that South Africa's post-recession recovery will be sustained, and that we can look forward to more vibrant growth in the coming years.

It is on these solid political foundations and promising economic indicators that South Africa aspires to make a meaningful contribution to bring about a stable and prosperous Africa.

We are meeting and deliberating during a period of unprecedented change in Africa, especially in the North of our continent.

The world has marveled at the extent and pace of people-driven change in a number of northern African sister countries.

Ordinary men and women, especially the youth, are writing a new chapter in the history of our continent.

Of course such dramatic change brings uncertainty, but it also brings the hope of a better future for many.

We support the people of Tunisia and Egypt in the freedom that they have won for themselves. Africa and the international community have to provide support to these nations to help them through the difficult transition.

We have noted the tragic developments in Libya and fully support the pronouncements and measures taken by the United Nations and the African Union in response to the crisis in that sister country.

We strongly believe in the protection of basic human rights and freedoms and the right of citizens to choose their own leaders and determine their own destiny peacefully.

Ladies and gentlemen,

While noting the current challenges, we also celebrate African achievements, such as the successful referendum held in January in the Sudan. We are proud of this African success story.

With the support of Africa and the world, the Sudan will prove that it is possible to find solutions even to the most difficult of conflicts in our continent.

South Africa has also contributed to the resolution of other challenges on the continent, such as Burundi and the Democratic Republic of Congo.

At the same time, the stalemate in Cote d'Ivoire and the continuing crisis in Madagascar remind us that there are also still major challenges to be resolved.

With regards to Cote d'Ivoire, we are confident that the African Union, working with the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) will help the country find a solution.

Despite these difficulties, our continent is doing well and offers great economic potential. Africa is a market of one billion consumers and also a source of raw materials that need to be beneficiated locally to create jobs and to ensure a modern industrial economy on the continent.

For the continent to realise its full potential, it needs to invest in some critical areas such as infrastructure development, ensuring intra-Africa trade, promoting regional integration and boosting industrialisation.

A high level AU committee on infrastructure is promoting NEPAD initiatives in the areas of rail and road, information communications technologies, agriculture and food security, water and sanitation as well as energy.

....Mr Thierry de Montbrial, President of the French Institute of International Relations, Ministers and Deputy Ministers, ...

www.link2media.co.za/index.php?option=com...id...
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 06, 2011 11:52 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Dear Marek,

Montbrial got his PhD in Economics from UC Berkeley Wink
Themes from Montbrial's World Policy Conference 2010 in Marrakech, Morrocco last October, attended by Ban Ki Moon and Bilderbergers Eisenstadt, Levy-Lang, and Trichet.
http://www.worldpolicyconference.com/

Medium- to long-term interaction between demographic trends, climate change and public health challenges
Global monetary and financial governance
Governance of cyberspace
Ongoing institutionalisation of the G20
Global move towards multipolarity
Issues of current international affairs from the point of view of global governance

This week Kissinger, Bush, and Clinton will speak at 2004 Bilderberg participant Yergin's CERAWeek conference in Houston.
http://www2.cera.com/ceraweek2011/
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 07, 2011 9:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Dear Kevink,
What a marvelous panel of bilderbergers in Houston !
On the other side of Atlantic we have a plenary session of the european parliament in Strasbourg France (7 to 10 of march 2011).
Have a look on the week after...Smile


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 08, 2011 10:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Who will take the big part of desert ...so called democracy?
I do remember the same dilemna in US politics when Castro was sustained by the US administration against Battista regime....
it was a long time ago, but they forgotten...Do they really believe
king of Arabia to sustain apparition of beardmen on mediterranean coast.
If they believe that, they are perfect cretins or assassins (of the mountain)
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Richard Perle: W.H. an Embarrassment Waffling on Libya Rebels Aid
Monday, 07 Mar 2011 04:33 PM Article Font Size
By Ken Timmerman

White House spokesman Jay Carney today brushed aside press reports that the United States had asked Saudi Arabia to arm rebels in Libya so they could battle special forces troops loyal to Col. Moammar Gadhafi.

Carney said it wasn’t because the Obama administration didn’t want to arm the rebels, but because the U.S. had no clue who they were, what they really wanted, or what kind of power base they could call their own.

“On the issue of arming, providing weapons, it is one of the range of options that is being considered,” Carney said on Monday.

The idea of calling on the Saudis sounded alarm bells to former Assistant Secretary of State Richard Perle, who
Perle
flat out said it was “just an embarrassment” to hear Carney say the United States doesn’t know who are the rebels in Libya, especially since many rebel leaders used to hold senior positions in Gadhafi’s regime.

And he sent a strong word of caution against having Saudi Arabia do the United States' bidding.

“If you don’t know who the rebels are, the last thing you want to do is to ask the Saudis to supply them,” he told Newsmax in an interview on Monday.

Perle was a strong backer of arming rebels in Afghanistan against the Soviet Union in the 1980s and in Iraq in the late 1990s against Saddam Hussein

“That’s what we did in Afghanistan. They gave weapons to all their preferred clients, who were all Islamist fundamentalists. We should have been in there making those decisions.”

“This is an appalling substitute for a policy,” Perle said. “I think we ought to be helping the rebels so that we have some influence over who the rebels are and who among them prevails,” he said.

Today The Independent in Britain claimed that the United States had a “secret plan” to get the Saudis to airlift weapons to rebels in Benghazi, because it was “desperate” to avoid direct U.S. military involvement in a protracted civil war.

According to the report, the U.S. appealed directly to Saudi King Abdullah, who so far has “failed to respond to Washington’s highly classified request.”

A senior administration official asked by Newsmax if the report in The Independent was an authorized leak by the Obama White House, said that the report “simply isn’t true.”

Carney responded to repeated questions from reporters about the story by saying that the U.S. was considering all options: “When you talk about arming the rebels, we are pursuing a number of channels to have conversations and discussions with the opposition, groups and individuals.

“As we try to learn more about what they are pursuing, what they want it to be — also, believe, what we believe the Libyan people want, which is a government that is responsive to the Libyan people’s legitimate grievances and respects their rights — it would be premature to send a bunch of weapons to a post office box in eastern Libya."

Carney added that at today’s meeting in Europe of the North Atlantic Council, the U.S. would be discussing three options with its NATO allies: the military aspects of providing humanitarian assistance to Libyans and others affected by the fighting; enforcing the United Nations arms embargo on the Gadhafi regime, and contingency planning for establishing a no-fly zone over Libyan air space.

“We have not removed any option from the table,” including the option of asking Saudi Arabia to provide military assistance to the rebels. “I would simply say that the option of [Saudi Arabia] providing military assistance is on the table because no options have been removed from the table."

Perle warned that both Iran and Saudi Arabia were seeking to steer the revolt in Libya in a direction that would benefit them and not the United States. “We have a big stake in the outcome of this . . . If we are not there influencing the course of events in the rebel command structure, we should be,” he said.

source;newsmax magazine. credit to them.

http://www.newsmax.com/KenTimmerman/RichardPerle-Libya-gadhafi-moammar/2011/03/07/id/388649

see also other developments about Perle;
http://www.worldaffairsjournal.org/articles/2011-MarApr/abstracts/abstract-Perle-MA-2011.html


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PostPosted: Thu Mar 10, 2011 7:31 pm    Post subject: Kissinger ill Reply with quote

March 9, 2011

Kissinger ill, OU event canceled
Anonymous The Norman Transcript The Norman Transcript Wed Mar 09, 2011, 02:00 PM CST

NORMAN — This evening’s Fireside Chat featuring Henry Kissinger has been postponed, according to a news release from the University of Oklahoma.

Kissinger had not been feeling well this morning, and his doctor required him to stay in New York for routine, precautionary tests.

Announcements will be made when the event is re-scheduled.

“Mr. Kissinger had not been feeling well this morning,” OU President David Boren said.

“I visited with Dr. Kissinger this morning. He fondly remembers his visit to the OU campus several years ago and very much wanted to come today,” he said. “He definitely wants to re-schedule his visit.

“It is my hope that he can come in the fall since Dr. Kissinger is a huge Sooner football fan,” Boren said.


(OU is Oklaoma University where Dr Kissinger had to speak on march 9.
A few months ago he had to be hospitalized in Thailand i believe)

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PostPosted: Thu Mar 10, 2011 7:42 pm    Post subject: THE STRANGE VIEWS OF BILDERBERGER ACKERMAN Reply with quote

WHAT IS REALLY DOING ACKERMAN IN BILDERBERG?
LOOK AT SOME OF HIS STRANGE IDEAS... Smile
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As Deutsche Bank CEO Josef Ackerman raises a storm by saying women would make the company board colourful and pretty, we debate whether the corporate attitude is any better than a feudal mindset?

THE COMMENT was made to encourage more women to join boardrooms. But the CEO of Deutsche Bank, Josef Ackerman, couldn’t have made the difference between political correctness and deep- seated biases among the top honchos of the corporate world about including more women in the management fold more apparent.

He said women on his bank’s allmale board would make it “ more colourful and prettier”. You could at a glance just let it pass as a light comment not meant to offend anyone. But at a time when inclusion of women in boardrooms is a hotly debated topic all over the world Ackerman’s statements can’t be ignored either. Says author Smita Jain, who began her career as an investment banker, “ I remember when I had just started working my boss was pretty clear that investment analyses was a strictly male domain. Women were encouraged to meet the clients to bring in business.”

NON- INCLUSIVE POLICY
The non- inclusive mindset is not exclusive to developing countries. It’s a widely prevalent practice all over the world. Though some countries have made the inclusion of women mandatory through legislative means like Norway, Spain and recently, France, which is in the process of phasing a law for securing a percentage for woman in boardrooms, most others, including the US are the UK do not have government involvement in this regard. These countries are taking all steps necessary for a fairer balance in the man- woman ratio in the boardroom though.

Naina Lal Kidwai, group GM and India country head of HSBC, says with a smile, “ I hope what Ackerman meant was he wanted women to bring in colourful ideas through the diversity that they bring in to the boardroom.” Kidwai firmly believes that the direction a woman’s career takes depends a lot on the organisation she is working for. “ I have attended meetings where women have been expected to run around to get refreshment for the members in the meeting. And I’m not talking about women who were any less qualified than the men around them. I have personally gone and asked them not to ever do it.”

Known as one of the stalwarts of the industry, Kidwai was one of the first Indian women to break the glass ceiling when she came back to India after her stint at Harvard Business School and fought a severe woman unfriendly attitude to push forward in the financial sector. This experience has made Kidwai extra sensitive to the issue of more women in the boardrooms.

US, UK’S POOR RECORD The US media has reported extensively on how women occupy a paltry 15 per cent of Fortune 500 board seats in their country. This number has not budged for

A recent government inquiry into the lack of women in the corporate sector in the UK has prompted mandatory quotas to force companies to hire woman executives. Lord Davies of Abersoch, who led the official review, said “ radical change was needed to ensure that more talented talented and gifted women can get into the top jobs in companies across the UK”.

The report asked FTSE 100 companies to aim for a minimum of 25 per cent female board representation by 2015. The UK’s boardroom gender composition has stagnated at 12.5 per cent for women. In Asia, the number is in the single digits.

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