The Bilderberg Group – who are they accountable to?

The secretive Bilderberg Group is meeting in Britain this year, to discuss ‘world policies and trends’. The group is made up from world plutocrats and their favoured advisers in academia, journalism and politics and among those invited are Prime Minister David Cameron, Chancellor George Osborne, Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls, minister without portfolio Kenneth Clark, European Commission President Manuel Barroso, former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde and the heads of Google, Amazon, Goldman Sachs, BP, Shell and others of the West’s ‘elite’.

Although their meeting is secret and will not release policy statements or even matters discussed, their neo-liberal philosophy is clear to all, as is their concern at the increasing resistance to their destructive policies and economic domination.

Will members of parliament ask for a report on the discussions? Don’t hold your breath.

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Trump has said if they manages to keep the death toll to 100,000, they’d be doing a “very good job.” Instead of protecting US citizens, his administration launches a campaign of misinformation & anti-China conspiracy theories blaming China for Covid19.
https://thegrayzone.com/2020/04/01/us-conspiracy-theory-on-china-coronavirus-trump/#more-22821

Economically speaking we would expect food prices to go up Overall social cost of production is higher since the social wage has necessarily gone up Millions of workers are not working & yet, strangely for capitalism they are paid, albeit less than before
https://theworker.org.uk/

Shut the Sites! call for building sites to close, so that building workers do not become infected by COVID 19. Construction magnates have too much influence over the government.
Penalties set by large corporations for late completion, must be banned
https://www.union-news.co.uk/coronavirus-will-spread-like-wildfire-workers-calls-for-construction-sites-to-be-shut/

We are living in difficult times, being encouraged to socially distance ourselves. It is essential that our union organisation remains intact. Indeed, in this environment our collective organisations are not only needed but should be made to thrive. https://digital.tuc.org.uk/working-remotely-for-trade-unions/

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