“Open For Business”: Alberta Premier Announces $ 19.000 Bilderberg Visit

Jurriaan Maessen
May 30, 2012

As Infowars.Com reported today, UN’s Agenda 21 will be one of the topics discussed at the upcoming Bilderberg conference near Chantilly, VA. According to the Winnipeg Free Press, Canada’s Alberta premier Alison Redford announced she will attend and she’s “open for business”.

In the statement, Redford implicitly conflicts the Bilderberg Group’s own no-big-deal claims in regards to suspicions of its policy-setting agenda.

“The premier says Alberta is competing against jurisdictions around the world and she wants everyone to know that the province is open for business”, the Canadian news outlet reports.

“Redford”, the article goes on to say, “says she will meet with top policy leaders about the economy and the ecological challenges of developing natural resources in a responsible way.”

A CBC article published yesterday mentions that the government itself put out a press release announcing Redford’s presence at the elitist confab:

“According to a government news release, Redford will meet with a number of individuals to discuss topics like monetary policy, ecological challenges and responsible development of natural resources.”

“The cost of sending Redford and one staff member to the conference is $19,000”, the article adds.

Again: Redford’s statement that her province is “open for business” in the context of the upcoming meeting flies in the face of the fact that Bilderberg continuously downplays its own role in policy making and international financial dealings.

In one such attempt at downplaying, viscount Etienne Davignon told the BBC in 2005: “It is unavoidable and it doesn’t matter. There will always be people who believe in conspiracies but things happen in a much more incoherent fashion.”

Well, not so according to Davignon himself in March of 2009. Speaking to the EUobserver online newspaper he bragged that Bilderberg had a hand in the creation of the Euro in the 1990’s.

It seems apparent that there is more going on than tea sessions and casual talk at the annual meetings. Because there is no democratic oversight or control during these meetings- not to mention an almost complete media blackout- the fact that one of the attendees announces she and her agenda are “open for business” should raise some eyebrows.


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