Bilderberg – It’s About Screwing Black People 69

Africans have yet to see much economic benefit from the policies espoused by the apostles of globalisation. Not exactly many black faces among the delegates either. Scroll through all the Guardian’s pictures here.

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69 thoughts on “Bilderberg – It’s About Screwing Black People

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  • ScouseBilly

    Mark Golding – Children of Iraq at June 9, 2010 8:02

    Could you expand on what you said about your 15 minute meeting with Robin Cook?

  • Apostate

    Being in Milton Keynes would make me afraid too!

    More seriously though it was the British who led the way in Afghanistan,with operatives like Lords Avebury and Bethell using Radio Free Kabul to enlist mujahadeen.

    The “arc of crisis” Central Asian strategy is often credited to Brzezinski but really came out of London via Bernard Lewis of the Mackinder school of international geo-politics (RIIA).

    Far too many people see Britain as the junior partner or poodle.In fact in the special relationship the shots are called from London.

    People are not generally aware of this because the London-based system of usury-sorry international finance,which was the real reason behind most of the revolutions and wars of the last century uses a supine media and a set of what Ezra Pound called “court historians” to obscure the facts.

    One writer who was aware of this was the aforementioned Pound.

    Check out for Michael Collins Piper assessment of Pound’s work if you can overcome the Frankfurt syndrome that screens out all reference to the fact that WW2 was primarily all about preservin

    Thanks Apostate for expanding the history and Bernard Lewis.

    Scousebilly – what would you like me to expand on?

  • Mr M

    That Blair is reported to have said he is 100% behind Israel’s decisions. Is he paid by Tel Aviv or by our taxes?

  • ScouseBilly

    Mark, I’m curious.

    Did he say why he was afraid?

    Did he say anything else regarding why 7/7 should be thoroughly investigated?

    I too am concerned that he was murdered.

  • Mark Golding - Children of Iraq


    The meeting, frantic as it was after ‘Any Questions’ when the stage was ‘invaded,’ was a defining moment and hangs heavily in my mind. I managed to get him to one side, I held his hand with both my hands which made him nervously look down. We talked about Iraq. He said he was ‘concerned’ because Gaynor had told him he *must* get out of politics – get away.

    I saw fear in his eyes – it haunts me – even today. Robin told me to ‘keep looking’ and that is what I’m doing.

    Robin Cook (PBUH)

  • Suhayl Saadi

    ScouseBilly, and/ or Mark, what makes you think that? Just asking. I remember Mark wrote something about his eyes revealing fear.

  • Larry from St. Louis

    Robin Cook (PDDDDDDDDDDDUHHHHHHHH) presented no evidence for his silly statements. Mark Golding, you likewise present no evidence for your silly statements.

  • arsalan

    In this Zionist controlled world, lives mean very little.

    But black and Muslim lives are worthless than than other lives.

    People in the most fertile, resource rich continent are starved more than any other region.

    This happens because the Zionists can get away with it.

    Something needs to be done, for African nations to obtain real independence and for slavery to really end.

    But that something will not come from the imperialist nations. It has tome come from themselves.

    Freedom is not free, they need to do what they need to do to obtain it.

  • MJ

    Larry: it hasn’t escaped our notice that you never present evidence for your silly statements either.

  • Larry from St. Louis

    Btw, Suhayl Saadi, you’re obviously quite a sick person for egging on Roderick Russell. Don’t you have medical training? Don’t you have some minimal qualification for understanding when someone is delusional?

    Is that the state of doctors’ education in the UK? You don’t know how to recognize potential life-threatening mental illness? Suhayl, you seem even worse than one of the many silly goose homeopathic doctors that you have over there. At least a homeopath would probably recognize Roderick’s mental state. (But of course, the homeopath would probably prescribe heavily diluted nothing, and then charge a credulous NHS for it).

    Suhayl, you seem to be lacking in either logic or ethics ?” most likely both, actually.

  • Suhayl Saadi

    Interesting, how these types of interjections occur whenever questions are raised wrt matters potentially concerning the hard state. It’s almost as though it were on asp auto-pilot: SISISISISISISISISISISISISISIS

    What occurs to me is that don’t you think, Mark and/ or Scousebilly, that Margaret Cook would’ve shouted about it if she’d had the slightest suspicion of foul play, esp. if she’d though the second wife were involved in some way? She doesn’t seem the sort of person who would keep quiet about something like that.

    I agree though that it did seem awfully convenient that both Kelly and Cook died in the woods/ on a mountainside. Nonetheless, while I guess Clare Short ‘knew’ less than they (possibly), one has to ask why the same thing didn’t happen to her or to Lawrence Wilkerson, the US Chief of Staff to the mendacious and pathetic Colin Powell, who still speaks loudly of deliberate policies and actions in relation to ‘War on Terror’. And the ex-FBI woman, Sybil Edmonds, and all the other whistleblowers, all of whom must have known a hell of lot more about lots of other things and yet who didn’t end up dead in the woods.

  • Larry from St. Louis

    MJ, congratulations on stealing bullshit rhetoric from end-the-Fed idiot right-wing Americans.

    And what did I not provide evidence for?

  • Suhayl Saadi

    Well, Mr Lawrence of America, you know the saying: ‘become a doctor and keep a lawyer’. Is that what you do in St Louis, Lawrence? Do you chase ambulances? I won’t go away, Lawrence. Like an elemental or a vampire, I’m here to stay. The more you say, the more I gain life. Words. They are like blood to me.

  • Anonymous

    Somebody does’nt want you to talk about Robin Cook. Distraction is the order of the day. It happens so often on this forum.

  • Abe Rene

    According to a wiki article ( the original purpose of Bilderberg was to deal with anti-Americanism and promote atlanticism. A similar process, I would suggest, led to the EEC and EU. Denis Healey is quoted: “To say we were striving for a one-world government is exaggerated, but not wholly unfair. Those of us in Bilderberg felt we couldn’t go on forever fighting one another for nothing .. we felt that a single community throughout the world would be a good thing.” That doesn’t sound like something intended to perpetuate colonialism, even though it is true that whites as a group remain the wealthiest and most powerful race on the planet.

  • Suhayl Saadi

    So, ScouseBilly/ Mark, tell us more about your thoughts on the death of Robin Cook. It’s a really interesting and important subject. Thanks.

  • Mark Golding - Children of Iraq

    Margaret Cook is a diamond – enthusiastically marching in the anti-war demonstrations in Glasgow on March 15, 2003 – one of several of the largest, multiple mass protests ever seen in Britain and against the Iraq war.

    “It is not difficult to perceive, as we all did then, that there were hidden agendas at play behind the scenes.”

    “And no one could say I was not warned about the single-mindedness of the man I was involved with, for I had evidence from the start that here was someone for whom career was everything.”

    Margaret Cook 6th Feb. 2010

  • Larry from St. Louis

    Yes, Suhayl, Lawrence Wilkerson says some fairly damning things. He was certainly an insider. Yet he doesn’t go near any of the things that you and the other commenters believe at this blog. Why is that?

  • Larry from St. Louis

    And Suhayl, I can just imagine you working at an intake for mental health patients. Poor souls, wide-eyed, crazy girations, frothing at the mouth – and you believing every single word.

    For egging on Roderick Russell, if someone horribly happens to him or someone around him, you’ll own part of it. And you won’t care.

  • ScouseBilly

    Mark Golding – Children of Iraq at June 9, 2010 10:42 PM

    Thank you. Yes I can imagine that will always haunt you.

    For my part I met him once. I was “between jobs” mini-cabbing (yes, I know….). Anyway, I had to rush up to pick him up in Hampstead in the morning rush hour and had only 20 minutes to get him to Broadcasting House. Well, somehow we made it. I got a call on the radio to say that Mr Cook would like me to wait outside for him and take him to Heathrow after the radio show but could I please “take it easy” as he had plenty of time.

    This was around 1993. I found him to be the most courteous and least pretentious of the few celebs I drove.

    Now Angus Deaton is another matter altogether….

  • ScouseBilly

    Suhayl, I have no information that will help you, sorry. I have my suspicions that’s all.

  • Roderick Russell


    Responding to Larry from St. Louis at June 9, 2010 11:08 PM where he says ?” “you’re obviously quite a sick person for egging on Roderick Russell …. At least a homeopath would probably recognize Roderick’s mental state” As regular bloggers know I can barely comment without being smeared by The Larry Team. The Larry Team is a rather sinister team of professional smear artists probably subcontracted to MI6.

    What may have upset MI6 this time is a comment I posted yesterday on this blog. Here it is:


    “Take the case of the British traitor, MI6 agent Kim Philby. MI6’s key US-based liaison with the CIA and FBI, Philby new most of their secrets and passed them on to his KGB masters. Some have even estimated that as many as a 1,000 people in Eastern Europe were killed as a result of Philby’s treachery. After Philby came under suspicion, MI6 tried to cover it up and, since he needed the income, MI6 even helped him find a paid occupation as a correspondent of the Economist and the Observer. So how did Philby and MI6 get away with this cover up when so many people knew about it? The answer is that people were scared of Britain’s draconian libel laws, particularly where MI6 were known to be trying to keep their agent’s treachery quiet !!! ”


    I should mention that the Larry Smear Team has no knowledge of me whatsoever. They don’t know me from Adam, so they have no basis for making any of the defamatory smears they have made, except that they are paid to make their filthy accusations. I have been asking for some months now for Larry’s contact details, and I note that the Larry Team are too cowardly to supply them.

    Larry’s comments are not just one crank spouting off. They are part of a very nasty professionally run campaign against my family, using tactics developed by the former East German Secret Police “The STASI”. To read my story, just click on my signature

  • Mark Golding - Children of Iraq


    Robin had detailed knowledge of Ahmed Chalabi’s connections – a good starting point.

    Robin Cook comments on Deulfer’s report:

    “It establishes that Iraq had no stockpile, no biological agents, no chemical feedstocks, no plants to manufacture them and no delivery systems to fire them. Saddam was no threat to us and had no weapons of mass destruction to pass to terrorists. Brushing the UN inspectors aside in order to go to war on false intelligence was a colossal blunder.”

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