Saturday, June 1, 2013

Freedom to Protect Western Oligarchs

Mail Online reported:

British taxpayers will have to foot the bill for the ‘exceptional costs’ of policing of the clandestine Bilderberg meeting to be held in Watford next week.

The annual meeting of royalty, prime ministers and business chiefs - famous for being shrouded in secrecy - is taking place in Britain for the first time since 1998.

Given the amount of – so far unnamed - prestigious people set to attend the event at the luxury Watford hotel in Hertfordshire, local police have been forced to step up security, which will be part-funded by the government.

The cloak of secrecy surrounding the meetings, which ban journalists from attending, has fueled various conspiracy theories, including that attendees are plotting world domination.
The Telegraph expects the security bill to be in the millions.  The public, despite paying a chunk of the freight, has no right to know what Bilderberg's spooks, wankers and PEU bankers are up to. 

More British papers are reporting on the event.  in year's past The Guardian was the only major to send a reporter.

At least Brits know how to throw a protest.  It'll be interesting to see how this turns out. Western oligarchs know how to protect their secrecy. It's something the average citizen cannot afford.