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Israel pursues plans to expand West Bank settlements
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News that David Cameron was to attend the secretive Bilderberg Group conference in Watford on Friday was met with anger but not surprise by demonstrators from the Bilderberg Fringe protest currently massed next to the conference venue.
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More than 100 activists, as well as assorted press, had passed through heavy G4S security on Friday morning to jeer at the blacked-out cars as they drove through the entrance of the Grove Hotel, off the M25. Other protesters trained long-lens cameras on the grand house in the distance, scene of the secretive meeting attended by politicians and business leaders from Europe and the USA.
Chancellor George Osborne was reportedly in the building, as was his shadow Ed Balls. Cameron, Downing Street confirmed, was en route.
In the midst of a lobbying scandal, Im completely and utterly disgusted, said Adam Yates, protesting at the Fringe event. Its a joke and the joke is on us.
The 28-year-old from Kent added that Camerons appearance demonstrated a conflict of interest, adding that the PM should resign tomorrow.
He added: Im not surprised that hes coming. They [The Bilderberg Group] have been meeting for years and its only recently that people have started to take notice. Hopefully for future meetings, people will start to take action.
A middle-aged woman with an American accent and who asked not to be named, disagreed. She told HuffPost UK: Its not a conflict of interest. He [Cameron] is in alignment with everything thats going on in there. Hes part of the bureaucratic system thats brought the world to where it is. Its all politics unelected people deciding the fate of the world.
Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall is heading to a high-powered meeting of world government and business leaders that is known for its tight secrecy.
Wall is set to attend the Bilderberg conference starting Thursday in Hertfordshire, England.
The conference’s website says it was founded in 1954 to foster dialogue between Europe and North America. The site describes it as a forum for informal, off-the-record discussions about global issues.
Wall said Monday his trip will give him a chance to tell Saskatchewan’s story to major players.
“We’re going take every chance we can to tell the world about what’s going on in Saskatchewan and what we have to offer and this is a pretty good opportunity to do that,” he said.
“Saskatchewan increasingly is playing a role in the world, especially from an economic standpoint,” Wall added. “When you have 45 per cent or so of the world’s potash reserves, a world that increasingly needs to grow more food, where emerging economies like China and India have a growing middle class and want higher protein intensities in their diet, we have the fertilizer and the food.
“And of course from an energy standpoint, we’re an international player when it comes to uranium. We’re an international player increasingly around clean coal, which is a big issue in many countries in Europe.”
The Bilderberg website says key topics for this year’s conference include job growth, cyber warfare and politics within the European Union.
Other guests at the invitation-only conference include Nobel Peace Prize winner and former U.S. secretary of state Henry Kissinger. Wall said he wants to chat with Kissinger about relationships with China because Saskatchewan has a growing interest in trade in that region.
“He’s written a recent best-selling book on it on this whole question of China and so I think there’s some pretty good questions that Saskatchewan can ask of Dr. Kissinger,” Wall said.
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The politics of the European Union, debt, advancements in medical research, the Middle East and ‘current affairs’ will also be debated.
The concentration of politicians and business leaders has meant the organisation, founded at the Bilderberg Hotel near Arnhem in 1954, has faced accusations of secrecy. It has been at the centre of a number of conspiracy theories.
More conventionally, the group is likened to the World Economic Forum in Davos and provides an opportunity for leaders to discuss the challenges facing Europe and the United States free from the constraints of public office.
Meetings take place behind closed doors, with a ban on journalists. There is no agenda and no votes are taken or public statements issued.
Delegates are able to speak on an informal, off-the-record basis and are not bound by their public, “pre-agreed” positions. This, the organisers say, allows delegates to “take time to listen, reflect and gather insights.”
Bilderberg delegates in full
Chairman: Henri de Castries, Chairman and CEO, AXA Group
Paul M. Achleitner, Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Deutsche Bank AG
Josef Ackermann, Chairman of the Board, Zurich Insurance Group Ltd
Marcus Agius, Former Chairman, Barclays plc
First gay marriage celebrated in France
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Whether its the shape-shifting group of reptilian descendants from the constellation Draco who control humanity, or the shadowy cabal of powerful financiers and politicians who covertly run all governments, conspiracy theorists are once again preparing for their annual jamboree of protest against those who really rule the world, this year in the highly secretive destination of… Watford.
For three days beginning on 6 June, a five-star hotel in Chandlers Cross that normally hosts the England football team before Wembley matches, will turn over its 227 luxury rooms and 300-acre estate grounds to the ber-secretive Bilderberg Group.
The Grove, once the home of the earls of Clarendon where prime ministers such as Palmerston and Walpole were guests and where a young Queen Victoria started the fashion for the weekend break, will turn back the clock when it welcomes around 140 of Europe and Americas most powerful leaders from banking, finance and politics with a scattering of royalty and aristocracy adding to the elite guest list.
Due to a tradition that stretches back to 1954 and the first conference held at the Hotel de Bilderberg in Oosterbeek in the Netherlands, nothing that is discussed or agreed at a Bilderberg meeting is reported. Until recently even the names of those who were invited was kept secret.
That tradition, however, according to discreet soundings made by The Independent on Sunday, could be about to change with the new generation of Bilderbergers, who are apparently uncomfortable with the total exclusion of the media.
The conference is the only activity of the secretive Bilderberg Group. The list of participants usually includes former US presidents, soon-to-be presidents, UK prime ministers-in-waiting, finance ministers from the leading Western democracies, and presidents of organisations such as the World Bank and the bosses of the largest multinational corporations.
Clinton, Blair, Bushes senior and junior, Cameron, Osborne, Kissinger, Bill Gates and, strangely, Peter Mandelson, have all been Bilderberg invitees in recent years.
Putting a global elite all in one place, and banning any media from attending or reporting what has been said, has led to a vast industry of wild conspiracy which suggests Bilderberg is a world government meeting in the shadows.
Watford, if the conspiracy theorists are correct, will be the place where the locations of the next wars are decided and where the next global pandemics will be created to boost the profits of the giant pharmaceutical industries. And forget democracy and ballot boxes Watford will be where the next leaders of major world powers are actually anointed.
The masses expected to travel to Watford to protest at Bilderbergs alleged grand design of one world government, centralised foreign policy, global obedience, enslavement, and global tax strategy, appear not to be worrying Hertfordshire Police.
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BBC News – France gay marriage signed into law
France's president has signed into law a controversial bill making the country the ninth in Europe, and 14th globally, to legalise gay marriage. On Friday, t…
18 May 2013 Last updated at 04:24 ET
France’s president has signed into law a controversial bill making the country the ninth in Europe, and 14th globally, to legalise gay marriage.
On Friday, the Constitutional Council rejected a challenge by the right-wing opposition, clearing the way for Francois Hollande to sign the bill.
He said: “I have taken [the decision]; now it is time to respect the law of the Republic.”
The first gay wedding could be held 10 days after the bill’s signing.
But Parliamentary Relations Minister Alain Vidalies told French TV he expected the first ceremonies to take place “before 1 July”.
Gay groups in France are delighted that the marriage bill has finally become law. They say there are thousands of couples waiting to get married, and thousands of children being brought up in gay households who will now have the full protection of the law.
Opponents are angry and frustrated. They think President Hollande has made gay marriage a personal obsession, because he’s failed to make progress on other more pressing issues – like the economy. There’s also irritation that the Constitutional Council cleared the text on 17 May – which happens to be World Day Against Homophobia. It suggests, opponents say, that social pressure formed part of the sages’ considerations.
Another anti-gay marriage demonstration is planned for 26 May. It could easily be another monster-manif, like the ones earlier this year. This is because opposition to gay marriage has become conflated with all sorts of other anti-government grievances coming from the right. And the atmosphere in the country is particularly volatile.
But in reality the battle is over. Gay weddings will now begin to be held in France. Some on the right will promise a repeal if they get elected, but experience shows that reversing this kind of social change is extremely hard.
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Men in masks: A protest in Paris on Friday against legalising same-sex marriage. Photo: AFP
French President Francois Hollande signed a gay marriage and adoption bill into law on Saturday after it was cleared by the constitutional council, which turned down a challenge by the right-wing opposition.
Mr Hollande, who had made ”marriage for all” a key election pledge, made the announcement saying it was ”now time to respect the law and the Republic” after the top French institution cleared the bill on Friday.
The first gay wedding can be held 10 days after the bill was signed.
France is now the 14th country to legalise same-sex marriage.
Parliament approved the bill on April 23 but it was immediately challenged on constitutional grounds by the main right-wing opposition UMP party. The UMP had opposed what it said was a fast-track voting procedure and argued that gay marriage represented such a fundamental change that more than a law was required.
A Parisian socialite who goes by the name of Frigide Barjot and is the public face of the movement opposing gay marriage said the council’s go-ahead was a ”provocation”.
Gay rights groups hailed the decision as a watershed. It came as a European Union report said 66 per cent of Europe’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people were still afraid to show their sexuality in public and 26 per cent had been victims of physical or verbal attacks in the past five years.
”Fear, isolation and discrimination are everyday phenomena for the LGBT community in Europe,” Morten Kjaerum, director of the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights, wrote in the report, which was released on Friday for the International Day Against Homophobia.
Tanaiste Eamon Gilmore has deemed goods from Israeli settlements in the West Bank should be treated as illegal.
The Foreign Affairs Minister said Ireland would strongly support a European initiative to label exports from Israeli producers in the Palestinian state to give consumers the choice of whether they want to buy them. He said this was “in effect” like boycotting the goods.
“Settlements on the West Bank are illegal and therefore the produce of those settlements should be treated as illegal throughout the European Union,” Mr Gilmore said.
“The High Representative Catherine Ashton has circulated a proposal for the labelling of those goods, for in effect boycotting those goods, from settlement areas and we support that.”
Israel has come under huge international pressure over its plan to build another 3,000 settlements in the West Bank.
Last year, Mr Gilmore warned Ireland may push for the EU to ban goods from Israeli settlements if Israel does not quickly change its settlements policy in Palestinian territories. He said at the time he hoped Ireland’s presidency of the EU, now in its fifth month, would provide the country with a platform to advance the Government’s case.
The Tanaiste was joined by former US president Jimmy Carter in his calls for the new labelling system. Mr Carter was in Dublin with former Irish president Mary Robinson and former Brazilian president Fernando Henrique Cardoso for talks with the Foreign Affairs Minister on revitalising the peace process in the Middle East.
The former leaders make up a group known as the Elders, which was formed by Nelson Mandela in 2007 to use their influence to support peace and human rights around the world. Mr Carter, who was US president from 1977 to 1981, urged Europe to take a stronger role in the Middle East.
“The EU has repeatedly condemned settlement expansion in the West Bank,” Mr Carter said. “It could therefore introduce a clear labelling of products made in Israel settlements, which are illegal under international law.”
Meanwhile, the Tanaiste confirmed a process was in place to introduce a labelling regime of Israeli settlement goods in Ireland. But he said a European-wide initiative would be much more effective.
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