TWO senior 'Bilderbergers' have today been appointed to the new Conservative coalition cabinet under First Lord of the Treasury and Prime Minister, former Eton and Bullingdon Club's David Cameron.
They are Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne and Lord Chancellor/Justice Secretary Kenneth Clarke. Clarke has been appointed to an unprecedented 'double portfolio' where he will be ruling on all senior legal appointments and precedents, also running his own Ministry of Justice.
Britain's current representative on the secret Bilderberg steering committee and Euro enthusiast Kenneth Clarke has been in government before as Health Secretary, Education Secretary, Home Secretary and Chancellor of the Exchequer under Margaret Thatcher/ John Major between 1988 and 1997. Nevertheless, internet encyclopedia Wikipedia is puzzlingly inaccurate, considerably toning down Kenneth Clarke's connections with the Bilderberg conferences, describing him as an attendee at several meetings but not mentioning that he has attended every meeting in recent history and is one of a handful of organisers of the annual conference.
Through his place on the Bilderberg Steering Committee he helps decide, along with Henry Kissinger, David Rockefeller and a handful of others, on the location, date and agenda of the annual conference whose corporate and central bank attendees control of most of the money in the Western World. Clarkes job as UK Bilderberg Steering committtee rep is to come up each year with a list of powerful people in the UK and potential up-and-coming politicians who should be invited to the secretive conference. [source INDY MEDIA UK]
You didn't vote them in, but that's what you got - sound familiar?