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DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER DIRECTS MASS BRAINWASHING OFFENSIVE

Friday 3 March 2006

CREATING A NEW POLITICAL CLASS – THE ‘GREAT BRAINWASHED’

The following analysis appears in the current issue of:
GLOBAL ANALYST [Volume 2, #3]ISSN 1365-4705:

The British Fabian Government, which carries the misleading label ‘New Labour’, is in fact the cover for a ‘gradualist’ revolution – the pace of which is perpetually accelerating.

Presiding over the actual revolutionary content of this very dangerous Government is its leading in-house Bolshevik, John Prescott. One of his top, taxpayer-funded civil servants runs, from Mr Prescott’s own office, a nationwide neurological linguistic control brainwashing programme.

Many BBC, ITV and other media personnel are graduates of this operation.

The British Deputy Prime Minister is a former ship’s steward and long-term Bolshevik who, like his ‘ex’-Soviet counterparts, lives in luxury (in his Hull constituency, in a well-appointed official flat in Admiralty Arch, Central London, and at Dorneywood, an official UK Government residence in the countryside). The image that this fellow projects is one of contrived working-class buffoonery, reinforced by the occasional violent outburst of uncontrolled violence, as when he punched a member of the public in the face on-camera. In January, Prescott was compelled to ‘apologise’ to the House of Commons for having failed to remit his Council Tax – which his own Office of the Deputy Prime Minister (OPDM) sets and imposes on the rest of us. A never-ending catalogue of botches, failures, aborted schemes and other loony fiascos is his speciality. He has been in place ever since the so-called New Labour clique led by the deeply compromised Tony Blair – allegedly financed by funds originally derived from the Trinity Mirror newspaper group’s old pension fund stolen by the late Mossad operative, Robert Maxwell – swept to power in a landslide following a carefully orchestrated operation to highlight ‘sleaze’ (corrupt or sexual misbehaviour) within the Conservative Party. There were 19 such sleaze ‘exposures’, and the consequence was that ‘New Labour’ took office in 1997 amid expectations that it would remain in power for a generation.

Given the image of buffoonery that this John Prescott projects, observers have for some time been asking themselves why on earth this figure has remained in his senior position for so long, unaffected by Blair’s Cabinet reshuffles and other disturbances which have destabilised this revolutionary Fabian Government. The answer to this question has emerged in recent months thanks to diligent and persistent research by extremely competent analysts who have, as the British often say, ‘smelled a rat’ – believing John Prescott to be much more important than his crass image would suggest.

It transpires that the ramshackle Office of the Deputy Prime Minister employs a certain female revolutionary operative as Head of Personnel Selection, named Mrs Julia Middleton. But that is just her cover job. Middleton’s real focus is as so-called Founder and Chief Executive of a vast networking organisation calling itself ‘Common Purpose’ – a responsibility that she somehow manages to combine with her official rôle as a senior civil servant paid by the taxpayer.

You will have noticed two features of this name: the use of the aesopian Communist/revolutionary word ‘Common’ – which is to be found replicated many millions of times throughout all European Union Collective documentation – and the initials CP, which double for Communist Party. They are also, appropriately, the ‘Conservative’ Party’s initials (see below).

Characteristic of revolutionary jargon is a deliberate failure ever to define any terms at all. Accordingly, the adjective ‘Common’ is not defined, and neither is the noun ‘Purpose’. This is because, if the true revolutionary ‘purpose’ were to be exposed, the ‘Useful Idiots’ who have allowed themselves to be conned into supporting and financing this revolutionary putsch, would be appalled, and most of them would cancel their sponsorship.

A partial list of the‘Useful Idiot’ sponsors is given at the end of this exposure article.

NEUROLOGICAL LINGUISTIC CONTROL OFFENSIVE
An expert in psychological manipulative techniques used by corrupt intelligence agencies has identified the agenda of this subversive organisation as neurological linguistic control, which means that it specialises in mind control and brainwashing. The technique used is akin to that employed by a parallel, but older, offensive, named Moral Rearmament (or MRA). What that old, well-funded operation does is to seek to strip its targets of all loyalties, the established neuro-control technique, by indoctrinating them into confessing all past ‘sins’ to the collective. The consequence, of course, is that many victims become blackmailable, and may therefore be less resistant to the next evil step – demands for money, which aim to deprive the victim of his or her independence and to strap them permanently to the organisation. In other words, the standard Tavistock-originated cult indoctrination techniques are used.

In the case of ‘Common Purpose’, its huge neurological linguistic control offensive is directed at sweeping all resident notions from the victim’s mind and psyche, and replacing them with ‘slides’ , or the ‘politically correct’ notions that the control manipulators seek to impose. As a component of the brainwashing that takes place at ‘Common Purpose’s’ fake ‘educational’ sessions, which are held all over Britain, the following cynical routine is employed in one way or another: first of all, a predetermined ‘consensus’ line is promulgated before the group; secondly, notions which conflict with the predetermined ‘consensus’ are dismissively, and perhaps rudely, debunked. In the event that anyone voices ‘dissenting’ views, they are sharply and insultingly criticised, à la Cultural Revolution, and made to look foolish in front of their peers. This is standard practice.

Thirdly, ‘lines’ are unveiled for all present to accept without question – preconceived ‘slides’ which are always so reasonable that no-one could dare object to them; and anyone who does, is forthwith labelled (‘type-cast as’) an ‘extremist’.

The sophisticated revolutionaries concerned maintain a large vocabulary of prejorative epithets which can be directed at ‘non-conformers’. For instance, your correspondent attended an event at the International Monetary Fund/World Bank Annual Meetings held in Prague in 2000, which was addressed by the former President of Ireland, an unbelievably unpleasant woman called Mrs Mary Robinson. For some reason, she was sounding off all about the ‘Roma’ (gypsies) – listing their problems, how they were ostracised from society, and how society owed them a better deal. Your correspondent pointed out that experience in Britain with these people was that no matter what services were provided for them, they invariably failed to ‘clean up their act’. If a field gate is left open, they are liable to enter the field and to squat there indefinitely: so field gates have to be padlocked against that eventuality.

Mrs Robinson, whose politics seemed so far to the Left that she was ‘off the chart’, failed to answer the question put to her and resorted instead to clichéd verbal abuse, saying that the Editor was ‘finger-pointing’, ‘demonising’ and ‘type-casting’.

Let us now step away from ‘Common Purpose’ for a moment, and consider what has happened to the Conservative Party in Britain in recent weeks.

Just as the Labour Party was taken over in the 1990s by a small, well-funded, ruthless clique, so has this Party been hijacked by a young revolutionary with a curiously blank face who will brook no opposition. Within days of assuming the leadership of the ‘Conservative Party’, David Cameron indicated by his pronouncements and actions that his political orientation is more to the Left of ‘New’ Labour, if that can be imagined, than Blair himself. But he is not to the Left of Prescott, because his pronouncements carry the imprimatur of ‘Common Purpose’.

CAMERON: BRAINWASHED STANDARDBEARER OF PREFABRICATED MENTAL ‘SLIDES’ *
Mr Cameron is ‘into’ every ‘politically correct’, prefabricated notion (termed ‘slides’ by the CIA*) that could have been crammed into his probably tabula rasa brain. For his dull New Year message, Cameron pronounced that ‘we should remember Mahatma Ghandi’s words and “be the change we want to see in the world”‘.He added: ‘I think it’s incredibly important to show that politics isn’t just about policies and elections, it’s about personal commitment and making change happen – today’.

It’s incredible that Cameron could be so insensitive as to cite the revolutionary Ghandi, and many have concluded that this blunder must be due to blind arrogance. The Great Brainwashed believe that they are right, and have a solution for every problem that humanity faces.

Change from what, to what, precisely, Mr Cameron?
And what makes you assume that everybody wants the change that you fail to define?

Like all brainwashed, deluded revolutionaries, he doesn’t say: because if he did, the befuddled Conservative Party Constituency Association membership that is responsible for voting for this revolutionary clique into control of the Party’s continuation would hand in their Party cards and the whole ‘grassroots’ system which sustains what remains of this wayward Party, would collapse.

It is apparent that Cameron and his brainwashed colleagues understand this likelihood, which is why they have developed a slick Internet blogging infrastructure, citing various successful recent Internet-driven political campaigns from US experience as justification. They may imagine that they can recruit enough supporters by this means, to make up for all the old ‘fuddy-duddies’ they have already certainly lost as a consequence of their cynical putsch – which we have no doubt at all has been assisted, behind the scenes, by elements of the manipulative UK intelligence services.

(It is not sufficiently yet understood that the intelligence community is in control, is out of control, and urgently needs to be brought under control. Prime Ministers, Chancellors, sidekicks, leaders of the Opposition et al may have their intelligence ‘handlers’).

David Cameron’s gratuitously revolutionary socialist ‘change’ agenda involves what he designates ‘personal commitment’: so, what about cancelling that foreign holiday and that polluting plane trip, for example? ‘Today’, he pompously insisted in his New Year’s Day Message, ‘I shall be emailing our members and writing to every Constituency Association Chairman so as to encourage all our membership to visit the Climate Change Now website and to switch their electricity supplier to a renewable source’. His first open ‘initiative’ was to promulgate a programme to ensure that more women are selected as Members of Parliament. There is, we can assure you, no fashionable (and secretly revolutionary) cause that this brainwashed, vapid instrument of the New Underworld Order will not espouse. What are the naïve and grossly deceived Conservative Constituency Associations, who made the wrong decision, doing about this coup d’état?

They are stunned at their own reiterated, insatiable stupidity.

Elements of MI6, which is partly associated with German and French secret intelligence (and thus ultimately with the Nazi continuum ‘Black’ intelligence organisation located at Dachau, Deutsche Verteidigungs Dienst), have been systematically implementing a secret policy of procuring the removal of all traces of what was once known as ‘Thatcherism’ (which really consisted in part of policies presented to Mrs Thatcher directly by your own correspondent many years ago). David Cameron is part of this operation. He represents the follow-up.

THE OBJECTIVE: TO BLOCK GORDON BROWN
But there is a deeper dimension to the putsch that has taken over the ‘Conservative’ Party, which of course shares the same initials as ‘Common Purpose’ and Communist Party. It is the very little-understood one that Cameron is intended to be Blair’s successor, in lieu of Gordon Brown. Now some US subscribers may perhaps be a little hazy about who these characters are. Gordon Brown is ostensibly Tony Blair’s ‘successor’, although he would have to be elected by the Labour Party’s apparat. According to the false story fed years ago to the media, Blair and Brown struck a ‘deal’ at a fashionable restaurant, to the effect that Brown was to take over from Blair at a given stage of Blair’s premiership.

In reality what happened was that Blair, who was in possession of compromising information concerning Brown’s background, allegedly blackmailed the Chancellor of the Exchequer-to-be who, though also aware that Blair was likewise himself allegedly compromised, did not evidently possess the court-derived proof of the matter (whereas Tony Blair allegedly possessed proof of his allegations against Brown).

The sequel to this unpleasant state of affairs is that Gordon Brown is believed to be secretly much more favourably disposed to Britain finally leaving the hyper-corrupt European Union Collective altogether, which is not at all what the controlling intelligence cadre led by the head of MI6, John Scarlett, and other operatives who may have been corrupted (financially) by continental ‘Black’ intelligence, have in mind.

Collectively, the relevant components of controlling UK intelligence have concluded that the Great British Public is now sufficiently dumbed-down to be unable to make out the difference between free enterprise and collectivism, as the wrong-headed decision to elect David Cameron by the Conservative membership confirms.

Arrangements were therefore made for a further political coup d’état to take place – this time within the ‘Conservative’ Party, so that the emerging leadership would ‘appeal’ to the evermore suspicious electorate, which is gauged to be liable to fall these days for every ‘politically correct’ piece of revolutionary claptrap on offer. David Cameron’s empty, asinine rhetoric mirrors what they teach at the 11-Day Matrix or Focus false indoctrination-cum-neurological linguistic control programmes propagated by ‘Common Purpose’ all over the country, which is run out of the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister, John Prescott.

THE MIND-CONTROL AGENDA AND METHODOLOGY
It will have been noticed that we have provided hardly any information about what ‘Common Purpose’ actually ‘teaches’. This is because, in line with the Leninist technique of not defining one’s terms, very little hard information about the ‘curriculum’ is actually available. However confirmation of the mind-control focus is obtainable by studying what the American version of this very dangerous revolutionary offensive is offering. In the United States, ‘Common Purpose’ has a hyphen: please refer to http://www.common-purpose.org. There, you will be introduced to Mrs Julia Middleton’s parallel US front person, Lisbeth B. Schorr – Director, Project on Effective Interventions at Harvard University.
Lisbeth Schorr’s propaganda gives the game away:
‘Lisbeth Schorr’s work has focused over the last three decades on “what works” in social programs to improve the outcomes for disadvantaged children and families. Most recently, colleagues at the Pathways Mapping Initiative have been exploring novel approaches and organizing actionable information to help communities solve urgent social problems’.

‘www.pathwaysoutcomes.org contains a uniquely broad, deep, and coherent collection of findings about what it takes to improve the lives of disadvantaged children and families living in America’s tough neighbourhoods. Pathways now available are to the outcomes of School Readiness and Family Economic Success’.

Sounds ever so impressive, doesn’t it? But when we examine what on earth this verbose and woolly University Lecturer means by Pathways Mapping, a.k.a. ‘mental mapping’, we run into, guess what? A mechanism for neurological linguistic control:

‘Mental mapping is a vehicle for movingwell beyond the piecemeal presentation of evidence from diverse bodies of literature and for ensuring the unbiased synthesis of findings that can inform broader discussions of effective strategies. We distinguish claims for which there is strong consensus from those that fail to stimulate any consensus, are drawn from a single program or organization’s experience, or represent an idiosyncratic point of view, and we discard the latter’.


Notice that the terms ‘unbiased’, ‘idiosyncratic’, ‘synthesis’ and ‘consensus’ are not defined.
Of course not. Who decides what is biased and what is not?
Who decides what is ‘idiosyncratic’ or not?
Who decides the synthesis of the ‘diverse’ information reviewed?
Who makes the compromises between opposing components of that information?
Who, in other words, engineers the pre-intended ‘consensus’?


The answer to these questions is the same: the neurological linguistic controllers, who are the cynical mind-manipulating, Tavistock Institute/Frankfurt School/ mental ‘slide’ merchants, a.k.a. the developers and implementers of this malevolently subversive mind- and personality-control programme which is quaintly intended to force whole populations to think alike, by accepting uncritically prefabricated notions that are consistent with the sterile mental thought-patterns considered to be prerequisites for trouble-free control by the self-interested revolutionary geomasonic Illuminati élite.

[For further detailed information of how the Illuminati dialectical method operates, so that ‘both sides’ are controlled, with ‘actives’ on both the so-called Left and the Right largely unaware that they are controlled and manipulated, please order a copy of Christopher Story’s forthcoming book The New Underworld Order, details of which are given in the Books section of this website].

NEWLY BRAINWASHED OFTEN COME UNHINGED
We understand that certain attendees at these spurious events directed by Mrs Middleton from her office inside the OPDM, have suffered mental breakdowns and marriage break-ups. Victims are called upon to pay substantial sums by way of attendance fees, but do so willingly, or have employers who do so readily, just as those blackmailable Moral Rearmament victims are forced to part with funds – as it is none-too-subtly suggested that the path to preferment in the police, in hospital management, in local authorities, within multinational corporations, large banks and any of the other categories of organisation whose ‘Useful Idiot’ managements are sponsoring this subversive operation [see list below], is smoothed by graduating from these courses.

Many more ‘Common Purpose’ marriages will collapse, and many more mental breakdowns will follow – until such time as John Prescott, who has diabetes, is forced out of office, Common Purpose is exposed (for once, elements of the UK ‘mainstream’ media seem interested), the Conservative Party’s foolish David Cameron experiment is aborted or fails, or unforeseen developments take place which ensure that this revolutionary offensive is closed down.

It is paving the way for the completion of the Communist Revolution in Britain, and it has burrowed dangerously deep into the corrupt local structures of the United States, as well.

* WHAT THE CIA MEANS BY THE TERM ‘SLIDES’
A ‘slide’ is a prefabricated, ‘politically correct’ blanket ‘pop’ ‘opinion’, ‘view’ or ‘take’ upon a particular issue of general interest which is designed to preclude further consideration, analysis or investigation of the issue in question. In other words, it is a ‘collectivised’ mental position which is never to be questioned. This is precisely the ‘product’ of the Deputy Prime Minister’s insidious neurological linguistic control programme ‘Common Purpose’.

THE ‘ONE WORLD’ CONTROL OBJECTIVE
Brock Chisholm, a former Director of the UN World Health Organisation, explained that:
‘To achieve One-World Government, it is necessary to remove from the minds of men their individualism’. That’s what Cameron and ‘Common Purpose’ are all about.

WHAT THE ‘CONSERVATIVE PARTY’ MUST DO
It is very well understood by all in Britain who are not accustomed to sitting on their brains that ‘Conservative’ Party politicians are usually interested almost exclusively in themselves and their own wretched careers. Occasionally, uncorruptedand less selfish figures emerge who CARE about the survival of Britain as the most successful nation state in the world.

Those ‘Conservatives’ who have seen through David Cameron and his brainwashed clique must RISE UP WITHOUT DELAY and make it clear that they are willing to face a further Party upheaval in order for this putsch to be reversed. Yet another grave mistake has been made, and it needs to be rectified SOONER RATHER THAN LATER.

We should remember not to be concerned about what others think of us: that is their problem.
Come on, let’s get moving.
DREARY , STERILE ‘COMMON PURPOSE’ PROPAGANDA SAMPLE:
‘INSPIRING LEADERS WITH COMMON PURPOSE’
The following text, taken from the Common Purpose website, gives an idea of what is going on. The website displays a ‘sun symbol’, which indicates that this network is a dimension of the geomasonic/Illuminati revolutionary offensive. All components of the intended New World Order display their allegiance to the ‘Common Purpose’ of revolutionary global control by means of the use of symbols. The imprecise, deliberately woolly prospectus reads as follows:
What issues are explored?
Whether you choose an 11-day Matrix or a six-day Focus programme, you’ll cover a range of key issues. What will they be?
The programmes are delivered in a series of intensive workshops, each studying a particular aspect of life in an area.
* For example, on Matrix, days include:
* Day 4: The power map: Who runs this area? Where are the real levers of power? Who controls them? Who really controls them? And how can you?
[It’s all about POWER, which can ONLY be controlled collectively].
* Day 5: The first challenge: real people, real problems: Work together on a real issue facing your area. Briefed by the real people who deal with it every day. With one day for you to propose a real answer to it. When should you lead – and when do you need to follow your leaders?
* Day 8: Expanding your network: We are all defined by the influences we choose, the peers we trust and the networks we have developed. But what happens if you go beyond this “bubble”? How do you do it? And why should you do it? [Networking, promoted here, is always nasty, instrumental, insincere, manipulative, unpleasant and highly disruptive of personal and family relationships. It should happen, if at all, naturally, not as a ‘goal’, which leads to personal hardness, emptiness and insensitivity].
* On Focus, participants investigate a range of areas, including:
1. Education [meaning indoctrination and ‘mental mapping’].
2. Governance [not government. What they mean is the replacement of democratic government by controlled ‘groups’: NGOs and ‘stakeholders’ ].
3. The economy [i.e., the comprehensive collectivisation thereof].
* Participants will learn through practical experience, interactive group exercises, case studies, expert presentations, site visits, panel discussions and debate. Participants will also learn from each other and will become skilled at working with others very different from themselves. They will learn about alternative approaches to leadership through the eyes and experience of fellow participants. The end result is that participants will learn a lot more about themselves as leaders, as well as how society works – exploring the themes of leadership, partnership and diversity.

* Intended ‘synthesis’ (sorry, ‘Outcome’): Participants emerge brainwashed, mentally ‘mapped’-out, and with a dogmatic collectivist mindset, hamstrung by prefabricated ‘slide’ ‘opinions’, NO LONGER EVEN RESIDUALLY ABLE TO THINK FOR THEMSELVES.

‘USEFUL IDIOT’ CORPORATE, EDUCATION AND OFFICIAL SPONSORS OF JOHN PRESCOTT’S REVOLUTIONARY NEUROLOGICAL LINGUISTIC CONTROL PROGRAMME ‘COMMON PURPOSE’, TO CREATE A CADRE OF BRAINWASHED ‘CHANGE AGENTS’ [PARTIAL LIST]:
ABL Ltd, Bradford
Admiral Insurance Services Ltd
American Express, Brighton
ARRIVA, Head Office
ARRIVA, Leeds City Station
Arts Council England, North-West, Manchester
Astra Zeneca UK Limited, Macclesfield
Astron, Edinburgh
Aylesford Newsprint Ltd, Aylesford
BAE Systems, Rochester
Baillie Gifford & Co, Edinburgh
Baker Tilly, Milton Keynes
Barnsley College, Barnsley
Barnsley Hospice, Barnsley
BASF Plc, Middlesbrough
Bayer CropScience, Norwich
Begbroke Science Park, University of Oxford, Yarnton
British Petroleum, Grangemouth
Bradford Vision, Bradford
Brighton & Hove City Council, Hove – King’s House
Brighton & Hove Economic Partnership, Brighton
BSkyB, Dunfermline
BT Scotland, Edinburgh – Alexander Graham Bell House
BUPA Ireland, Dublin
Business Link, North & Western Lancashire
Cairn Energy Plc, Edinburgh
Campsmount School, Doncaster
Cardiff City AFC, Cardiff
Cathays High School, Cardiff
ChamberLink Ltd, Manchester
Chapel Royal , Brighton
Cherwell School, Oxford
City and County of Cardiff, Cardiff – County Hall
City College Coventry, Butts Centre
City Of Bradford Metropolitan District Council, Bradford
Clackmannanshire Council, Alloa
Cork Prison, Cork
Coventry Evening Telegraph, Coventry
Darton High School, Barnsley
Department for Education and Skills, Darlington
Derby College, Derby
Dewsbury Health Care NHS Trust, Dewsbury & District Hospital
Diageo plc, Dublin
Diageo plc, Leven – Banbeath Industrial Estate
Diamond Corrugated Cases Ltd, Londonderry
Dixons City Academy, Bradford
Donnington Valley Hotel, Newbury
Dover Harbour Board, Dover
Dublin Bus, Dublin
Dubrovnik Hotel, Bradford
EON UK plc, Coventry
Education Bradford, Bradford
Education Client Team, Bradford
Egg, Derby
EMI Records Group UK and Ireland, London
English Institute of Sport Sheffield, Sheffield
Eversheds, Cardiff
Fife College, Kirkcaldy
Fife Constabulary, Police Headquarters
Fife Council, Kirkcaldy – Town House
Ford Motor Company Limited, Southampton
Forth Valley College of Further & Higher Education, Falkirk Campus
Fox’s Biscuits, Batley
Glasgow City Council, City Chambers
Glasgow Science Centre, Glasgow
GlaxoSmithKline, Dartford – Acacia Hall
Goodwin Resource Centre Association, Hull
Grattan plc, Bradford
Grimsby and Scunthorpe Newspapers Ltd, Grimsby
Gripple Ltd, Sheffield
Hartlepool Primary Care Trust, Hartlepool
Headquarters 2nd Infantry Brigade, Folkestone
Health Promotion, Coventry
HM Prison Cardiff, Cardiff
HM Prison Edinburgh, Edinburgh
HM Prison Glenochil, Tullibody
HM Prison HMYOI Polmont, Falkirk
HM Prison Maidstone, Maidstone
HM Prison Stafford, Stafford
HM Prison Standford Hill, Sheerness
HM Prison Swaleside, Isle of Sheppey
Home Office Refugee Integration Section, Croydon
Hothouse Centre for Ceramic Design, Stoke-on-Trent
HSBC Bank plc, Manchester
Hull Citybuild, Hull
Hull Cityventure Limited, Hull
Huntsman Petrochemicals [UK] Ltd, Redcar
IBM United Kingdom Limited, Edinburgh
Indian Muslim Welfare Society, Batley
John Wheatley College, Glasgow
Karmand Community Centre, Bradford
Keele University, Keele
Keepmoat plc, Doncaster
Kellogg’s, Manchester
Kent Thameside Delivery Board, Gravesend
Kickstart, Sheffield
Kimberly-Clark Ltd, Barton-Upon-Humber
Kingston upon Hull City Council, The Guildhall
Komedia, Brighton
Laganside Corporation, Belfast
Lancashire Constabulary, Nr Preston
Learning + Skills Council, Hull
Legal & General, Cardiff – 2 Fitzalan Place
Longley Park Sixth Form College, Sheffield
Lothian Buses plc, Edinburgh
Marriott Hotel, Glasgow
Marriott Hotel, Sunderland
Marriott Sprowston Manor Hotel & Country Club, Norwich
Maxxium UK Ltd, Stirling
McCann FitzGerald Solicitors, Dublin
Meadowhall Centre Limited, Sheffield
Medway Ports, Sheerness
Met Office, Exeter
Middlesbrough Borough Council, Middlesbrough – Vancouver House
Millennium Chemicals, Grimsby
Milton Keynes Museum, Milton Keynes
MKM Building Supplies Ltd, Hull
National Children’s Centre, Huddersfield
National Museum of Photography, Film & Television, Bradford
New Appointments Group, Sittingbourne
Newbury Town Council, Newbury
Newcastle Building Society, Newcastle Upon Tyne
North Lincolnshire Council, Scunthorpe
Northern Echo, Darlington
Northern Lincolnshire & Goole Hospitals NHS Trust, Scunthorpe
Northwest Development Agency, Warrington
Norwich City Council, City Hall
Novartis Grimsby Ltd, Grimsby
O2 Ireland, Dublin
OCR, Coventry
Outokumpu Stainless Ltd, Sheffield
Oxford City Council, St Aldate’s Chambers
Panasonic UK Ltd, Bracknell
Patcham High School, Brighton
Pfizer Limited, Sandwich – Ramsgate Road
PricewaterhouseCoopers, London – Embankment Place, Head Office
PricewaterhouseCoopers, London – Plumtree Court
Prudential plc, Reading
Prudential plc, Stirling
PSA Peugeot Citroen, Coventry
PSA Peugeot Citroen, Manufacturing Plant
Quest International Ltd, Ashford
REACT, Rotherham
Reading Borough Council, Reading
Reed In Partnership, Doncaster
Ridgewood School, Doncaster
Robin Hood Airport, Doncaster Sheffield, Doncaster
Rok Build, Reading
Rolls-Royce plc, Inchinnan
Rotherham College of Arts and Technology, Dinnington
Royal Bank of Scotland plc, Edinburgh – The Younger Building
Safefood, Cork
Salford Primary Care Trust, Salford
Scottish Enterprise Forth Valley, Stirling
Scottish Enterprise, Glasgow
Scottish Executive, Edinburgh – Victoria Quay
Sheffield City Council, Sheffield – Town Hall
Shepherd Neame Ltd, Faversham
Shoosmiths Solicitors, Milton Keynes
Slough Enterprise Gateway, Slough
South Norfolk District Council, Norwich
South Wales Fire Service, Cardiff
St Andrews Bay Hotel, St. Andrews
St Saviours C of E Church, Folkestone
St Simon Stock School, Maidstone
Staffordshire University, Stafford
Stoke-on-Trent City Council, Stoke on Trent
Strathclyde Police, Headquarters
Sussex County Cricket Club, Hove
Sussex Innovation Centre, Brighton
Sussex Police, Hove Police Station
Swale Borough Council, Sittingbourne
Swale Forward, Swale
Swale Primary Care Trust, Sittingbourne
Swan Valley Community School, Swanscombe
Tesco Charity Trust, Cheshunt
Thames Valley Police, Reading – Castle Street
Thames Valley Police, Slough
The Bridge (Oxford) Ltd, Oxford
The Brighton Dome and Brighton Festival, Brighton
The City of Edinburgh Council, Head Office
The Grimsby Institute of Further & Higher Education, Grimsby
The Recovery Project, Brighton
The Thornbury Centre, Bradford
Thomson Snell & Passmore (Solicitors), Tunbridge Wells
Tonbridge Grammar School, Tonbridge
Unipart (DCM), Oxford
University of Bradford, Bradford
University of Glasgow, Glasgow
University of Greenwich, Chatham
University of Salford, Salford
University of St Andrews, St Andrews
University of Sussex, Brighton
Urdd Gobaith Cymru, Cardiff
Viking FM, Hull
Vodafone Group Plc, Head Office
Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff
Welsh Development Agency, Cardiff
West Berkshire Community Hospital, Thatcham
West Berkshire Council, Newbury
West Midlands Fire Service, Coventry, Radford Road Community Fire Station
West Midlands Police, Coventry, Little Park Street Police Station
West Yorkshire Police, Bradford South
West Yorkshire Police, Huddersfield
Wintringham School, Grimsby
Wokingham District Council, Wokingham
Wychwood School, Oxford
Yorkshire Bank PLC, Leeds
Yorkshire Water, Esholt Hall
Young’s Bluecrest Seafood Limited, Ross House, Grimsby
Zurich Commercial, London and Swindon
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which is Increasingly forming itself as a Supra National Power is:
WHAT is the Exit & Survival strategy for Britain?
‘Those who make peaceful revolution impossible
will make violent revolution inevitable.’
                                                                      Sun Tzu
‘To achieve One World Government it is necessary
to remove from the minds of men their individualism
their loyalty to family traditions and national identification.’
    Brock Chisholm, when Director of the UN WHO
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Greg

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to join in a wider conversation.
Join now by sending a blank e-mail to
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With today’s communications surveillance systems, my ‘e’mail to you will be no secret to any number of the world’s intelligence agencies, especially Echelon. The inclusions of keywords like bomb, nuclear, assassinate and the like will ensure “They” will know where my ‘e’mail originated from. Anonymity is pointless in the face of the obscene new Government driven surveillance; WE have permitted to take over control of our lives in the greater New World Order. 
British Politicians with pens and treachery, in pursuit
of their own agenda and greed, have done more
damage to the liberty, freedoms, rights and democracy
of the British peoples than any army in over 1,000 years.
It is becoming increasingly difficult to differentiate between the State violence imposed on peoples; by their own politicians, in the pretence of defending them, and the alleged violence of ‘so called’ terrorists fighting for freedom and dignity; which is the greater evil?
Consider for a Moment:
If United Soviet Socialist Russia was considered, by all
Who valued freedom and democracy, rights and values –
Because it was a centralised, corrupt, undemocratic,
over Bureaucratic and run by a Dictator Committee to be an evil Concept
forming THE enemy of the Western Free World For half a century –
how can anyone consider an near
identical Soviet, when called the EU, to be anything other than evil?
Increasingly the informed, honest, decent and law abiding peoples of Countries can empathise with those who wish the death of self seeking parasitic politicians and Super States, together with their corporate lackeys and self seeking apparatchiks.
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“In politics, stupidity is not a handicap.” Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821),

Regards,
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For all my contact details & Blogs: CLICK HERE

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‘The arrogance and hubris of corrupt politicians will be responsible for every drop of blood spilt in the Wars of Disassociation, if Britain does not leave the EU.

The ugly, centralised, undemocratic supra national policies being imposed by the centralised and largely unelected decisionmakers of The EU for alien aims, ailien values and to suit alien needs stand every possibility of creating 200,000,000 deaths across EUrope as a result of the blind arrogance and hubris of the idiologues in the central dictatorship, and their economic illiteracy marching hand in glove with the idiocy of The CAP & The CFP – both policies which deliver bills, destroy lives and denude food stocks.

The EU, due to the political idiocy and corruption of its undemocratic leaders, is now a net importer of food, no longer able to feed itself and with a decreasing range of over priced goods, of little use to the rest of the world, to sell with which to counter the net financial drain of endless imports.  

British Politicians with pens and treachery, in pursuit of their own agenda and greed, have done more damage to the liberty, freedoms, rights and democracy of the British peoples than any army in over 1,000 years.

The disastrous effects of British politicians selling Britain into the thrall of foreign rule by the EU for their own personal rewards has damaged the well-being of Britain more than the armies of Hitler and the Franco – German – Italian axis of 1939 – 1945.

 Until we gain our liberty, restore our sovereignty, repatriate our democracy and reinstate our Justice system and our borders – defended by our Police and Military armed with sustainable and obtainable weaponry: Treat every election as a referendum.

Don’t spoil your Ballot Paper by wasting it on a self serving Politician in ANY election until we are liberated from the EU and are a Free Sovereign peoples, with independent control of our own borders, making and managing Law & Justice for our own benefit, in our own elected Westminster Parliament where we can fire our politicians at the ballot box, if they fail to represent OUR best interests and de-centralise their powers.

Make your vote count 
Write on YOUR ballot Paper in EVERY Election:  
to GET YOUR COUNTRY BACK

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#GD020* – THE TRILATERAL COMMISSION – EUROPEAN SECTION

Posted by Greg Lance - Watkins (Greg_L-W) on 23/09/2010

#GD020* – THE TRILATERAL COMMISSION – EUROPEAN SECTION

THE TRILATERAL COMMISSION

THOMAS S. FOLEY, North American Chairman
PETER SUTHERLAND, European Chairman
YOTARO KOBAYASHI, Pacific Asia Chairman

ALLAN E. GOTETEB, North American Deputy Chairman
ANTONIO GARRIGUES WALKER, European Deputy Chairman
HAN SUNG-JOO, Pacific Asia Deputy Chairman

LORENZO H. ZAMBRANO, North American Deputy Chairman
CEES MAAS, European Treasurer
SHIJURO OGATA, Pacific Asia Deputy Chairman

DAVID ROCKEFELLER, Founder and Honorary Chairman

***
CHARLES B. HECK, North American Director
PAUL RÉVAY, European Director
TADASHI YAMAMOTO, Pacific Asia Director

EUROPEAN GROUP | NORTH AMERICAN GROUP
PACIFIC ASIAN GROUP | PARTICIPANTS FROM OTHER AREAS

EUROPEAN GROUP
(as of March 9, 2001)

Josef Ackermann, Member of the Board, Deutsche Bank, Frankfurt-am-Main
Umberto Agnelli*, Chief Executive Officer and Vice Chairman, IFI; Chairman, IFIL, Turin
Krister Ahlstrom, Chairman, Ahlstrom Corp., Helsinki; Vice Chairman, Stora Enso and Fortum; former Chairman, Finnish Employers Confederation
Michel Albert*, Membre de l’Institut de France; Member of the Council for Monetary Policy of the Banque de France, Paris; former Chairman, Assurances Générales de France
Edmond Alphandery, Chairman, Caisse Nationale de Prévoyance, Paris; former Chairman, Electricité de France (EDF); former Minister of the Economy and Finance
Stelios Argyros*, Chairman and Managing Director, Preveza Mills, Athens; former Member of the European Parliament; Chairman of the Board, STET Hellas; former Vice President of UNICE, Brussels; former President and Chairman of the Board of the Federation of Greek Industries, Athens
Urban Bäckström, Governor, The Swedish Central Bank, Stockholm
Jerzy Baczynski, Editor-in-Chief, Polityka, Warsaw
Pedro Ballve, Chairman, Campoirio Alimentacion, Madrid
new Estela Barbot, Vice President, Produtos Sarcol, Porto; Vice President of the Board, AEP – Portuguese Business Association; Consul of Guatemala, Lisbon
Raymond Barre, Member of the National Assembly; Mayor of Lyon; former Prime Minister of France
Piero Bassetti*, Chairman, Globus et Locus, Milan; Chairman, High School of Economics and lnternational Relations (ASERI), Milan; Member of CNEL, Rome; former Chairman, Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Milan
Erik Belfrage, Senior Vice President, Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken; Director, Investor AB , Stockholm
Marek Belka, Advisor to the President of Poland; Professor at the Institute of Economics, Warsaw; former Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance
Franco Bernabe, Member of the Board, Fiat, Turin; former Chief Executive Officer, Telecom Italia, Rome
Georges Berthoin*, International Honorary Chairman, European Movement; Honorary European Chairman, The Trilateral Commission, Paris
Boris Biancheri Chiappori, Chairman, Agenzia ANSA, Rome; Chairman, I.S.P.I., Milan; former Secretary General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Kurt Biedenkopf, Minister-President of the Free State of Saxony, Dresden; former Member of the German Bundestag
Carl Bildt, Member of the Swedish Parliament and former Chairman of the Moderate Party; UN Secretary General’s Special Envoy to the Balkans; forrner Prime Minister of Sweden; former European Union High Representative in Bosnia-Herzegovina
Michel Bon, Chairman, France Telecom, Paris
Jorge Braga de Macedo*, President of the Development Centre, Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Paris; Professor of Economics, Nova University at Lisbon; Chairman, Forum Portugal Global; former Minister of Finance
new Lord Brittan of Spennithorne, Vice Chairman, UBS Warburg, London; former Vice President, European Commission
new Martin Broughton, Chairman, British American Tobacco, London
new Robin Buchanan, Senior Partner, Bain & Co., London
Sven Burmester, Representative, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), Beijing
Richard Burrows, Co-General Director, Pernod Ricard Group; Chairman and Chief Executive, Irish Distillers, Dublin; President, IBEC (The Irish Business and Employers Confederation)
Victoria Camps, Member of the Spanish Senate; Professor of Philosophy, Barcelona University
Umberto Cappuzzo, President, Eurodefens Italia; former Member of the Italian Senate; former Chief of Staff of the Army, Rome
Herve de Carmoy*, Partner, Rhone Group, New York & Paris; Honorary Chairman, Banque Industrielle et Mobilière Privée, Paris; former Chief Executive, Société Genérale de Belgique
Salvatore Carrubba, Culture Alderman, Municipality of Milan; former Managing Editor, II Sole 24 Ore, Milan
Jaime Carvajal Urquijo, Chairman, Dresdner Kleinwort Benson (Spain); Chairman, Ford Espana, Madrid
Jean-Claude Casanova, Membre de l’lnstitut de France; Professor of Economics, Institute of Political Studies, Paris; Editor, Commentaire
Fausto Cereti Chamnan Alitalia, Rome
Willy de Clercq, Minister of State of Belgium; Member of the European Parliament & Chairman, Committee on Legal Affairs and Citizen’s Rights; former Vice President of the Commission of the European Communities; former Vice Prime Minister and Minister of Finance and the Budget
Bertrand Collomb, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Lafarge, Paris
Richard Conroy, Chairman, Conroy Diamonds & Gold, Dublin; Member of Senate, Irish Republic
new Alfonso Cortina, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Repsol YPF, Madrid
Alain Cotta, Professor of Economics and Management, University of Paris
Michel David-Weill, Chairman, Lazard LLC, worldwide; Managing Director and Président du Collège d’Associés-Gérants, Lazard Frères S.A.S., Paris; Deputy Chairman, Lazard Brothers & Co., Limited, London
Etienne Davignon, Chairman, Société Générale de Belgique; former Vice President of the Commission of the European Communities
Paul de Keersmaeker, Chairman of the Board of Interbrew, of Cobac-Euler, of Europalia International, and of Nestlé Belgilux, Leuven & Brussels; former Member of the Belgian and European Parliaments and of the Belgian Government
Guido Declercq, Honorary Chairman, ORDA-B (Computer Services); Chairman of the Investment Committee of the College of Europe, Bruges
Patrick Devedjian, Member of the French National Assembly; RPR Party Spokesman, Paris
Vladirnir Dlouhy*, Senior Advisor, ABB; International Advisor, Goldman Sachs; former Czechoslovak Minister of Economy; former Czech Minister of Industry & Trade, Prague
Bill Ernrnott*, Editor, The Econornist, London
Aatos Erkko, Chairrnan, SanomaWSOY, Helsinki
new Lene Espersen, Member of the Danish Parliament & Conservative Peoples Party’s Spokesperson on European Affairs, Copenhagen
Pedro Miguel Etxenike, Professor of Physics, University of the Basque Country; former Basque Minister of Education, San Sebastian
Oscar Fanjul*, Chairman, Hidroeléctrica del Cantabrico; Honorary Chairman, Repsol, Madrid
Grete Faremo, Executive Vice President, Storebrand; former Norwegian Minister of Development Cooperation, Minister of Justice, and Minister of Oil and Energy, Oslo
new Nemesio Fernandez-Cuesta, Chairman, Prensa Espanola, Madrid
Garret FitzGerald, Former Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Ireland and Member of the Irish Dail, Dublin
new Niall Fitzgerald, Chainnan, Unilever, London
Michael Fuchs*, Managing Director, Impex Electronic, Koblenz; former President, National Federation of German Wholesale & Export Traders, Berlin
Lord Garel-Jones, Senior Advisor to UBS Warburg, London; Member of the House of Lords; former Minister of State at the Foreign Office (European Affairs)
Antonio Garrigues Walker*, Chairman, Garrigues & Andersen, Madrid
new Lord Gilbert, Member of the House of Lords; former Minister for Defence, London
Stephen Green, Chairman, HSBC Investment Bank, London
new Gian Maria Gros-Pietro, Chairman, ENI, Rome
Uwe Haasen, Member of the Advisory Board, Allianz, Munich; Former Chairman, Allianz Versicherung, Munich
Carl Hahn, Vice-Chainnan of the Supervisory Board Gerling Speziale Kreditversicherungs, Cologne; Director, Perot Systems Corporation, Dallas; former Chairman, Volkswagen, Wolfsburg
Sirkka Hämäläinen, Member of the Executive Board, European Central Bank, Frankfurt-am-Main; former Governor, Bank of Finland
Gerhard Heiberg, Partner, Norscan Consulting; Chairman of the Board, Aker, Oslo; former President, C. O. J. O. Lillehammer 94 Olympic Games
new Frank Heintzeler, Chairman of the Board of Managing Directors, Baden-Wuerttembergische Bank, Stuttgart; President, German Banking Association, Berlin
Miguel Herrero de Minon, Lawyer, International Consultant, Madrid; Member of the Royal Spanish Academy of Political and Moral Sciences; former Member of Spanish Parliament
Lord Howell of Guildford, Member of the House of Lords; Opposition Spokesman on Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs; former British Cabinet Minister
Claude Imbert, Founder and Editorialist, Le Point, Paris
Max Jakobson*, Independent Consultant and Senior Columnist, Helsinki; former Finnish Ambassador to the United Nations; former Chairman of the Finnish Council of Economic Organizations
Baron Daniel Janssen*, Chairman of the Board, Solvay, Brussels
Sir Michael Jenkins, Vice Chairman, Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein, London; former British Ambassador
Josef Joffe, Editor, Die Zeit, Hamburg; former Foreign Editor, Suddeutsche Zeitung, Munich
Alain Joly, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, L’Air Liquide, Paris
Béla Kádár*, Ambassador of Hungary to the O.E. C.D., Paris; former Hungarian Minister of International Economic Relations and Member of Parliament
Karl Kaiser, Otto-Wolff Director, Research Institute of the German Society for Foreign Affairs (DGAP), Berlin; Professor Emeritus of Political Sciences, University of Bonn
new Robert Kassai, Senior Vice President, The National Association of Craftmens Corporation, Budapest
Denis Kessler, Chairman, French Insurance Association (FFSA), Paris; Executive Vice-Chairman, MEDEF-Mouvement des Entreprises de France (French Employers ‘ Confederation)
Jiri Kunert, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Zivnostenska Banka; President of the Czech Bankers Association, Prague
Manfred Lahnstein, Special Representative of the Board & former Member of the Executive Board, Bertelsmann, Gutersloh; former Federal Minister of Finance
Count Otto Lambsdorff*, Partner, Wessing Lawyers, Dusseldorf; Chairman, Friedrich Naumann Foundation, Berlin; former Member of German Bundestag; Honorary Chairman, Free Democratic Party; former Federal Minister of Economy; former President of the Liberal International
Kurt Lauk, President, Globe Capital Partners, Stuttgart; Chairman, Economic Council of the CDU Party, Berlin; former Member of the Board, DaimlerChrysler, Stuttgart
Liam Lawlor, Member of the Irish Dail, Dublin
new Daniel Lebègue, Director General, Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations, Paris
Cees van Lede, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Akzo Nobel, Arnhem; former President, Federation of Netherlands Industry
Pierre Lellouche, Member of the National Assembly; RPR Party Executive Delegate, Paris
Andre Leysen, Chairman, Gevaert, Antwerp; Chairman of the Supervisory Board, AgiaGevaert Group
Cees Maas*, Member of the Executive Board and Chief Financial Officer of the ING Group, Amsterdam; former Treasurer of the Dutch Government
Francis Maude, Member of the British Parliament; Shadow Foreign Secretary, London
Edgar Meister, Member of the Board, Deutsche Bundesbank, Frankfurt-am-Main; Chairman, The Banking Supervisory Subcommittee of the European Monetary Institute (EMI); Chairman, The Banking Supervision Committee of the European System of the Central Banks (ESCB)
Vasco de Mello, Vice Chairman, José de Mello SGPS, Lisbon
Joao de Menezes Ferreira, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, ECO-SOROS, Lisbon; former Member of the Portuguese Parliament
Peter Mitterbauer, President, The Federation of Austrian Industry, Vienna; Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, MIBA, Laukirchen
Thierry de Montbrial, Membre de l’lnstitut de France; Founder and Director, French Institute for International Relations (IFRI); Chairman, Foundation for Strategic Research; Professor of Economics, Ecole Polytechnique & Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers, Paris
Sir Mark Moody-Stuart, Chairman, Royal Dutch/Shell Group of Companies, London
Klaus Murmann, Honorary Chairman, Confederation of German Employers’ Associations (BDA), Berlin; Chairman, Sauer-Danfoss, Neumunster
Heinrich Neisser, President, Politische Akademie, Vienna; Professor of Political Studies at Innsbruck University; former Member of Austrian Parliament and Second President of the National Assembly
Andrzej Olechowski*, Former Chairman, Bank Handlowy W Warszawie; former Minister of Foreign Affairs and of Finance, Warsaw
Lord Owen, Former Co-Chairman (EU) of the Steering Committee of the International Conference on Former Yugoslavia; former Foreign and Commonwealth Secretary, London
Lucas Papademos, Governor of the Bank of Greece, Athens
new Schelto Patijn, Mayor of the City of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Christopher Patten, Member of the European Commission (External Relations), Brussels; former Governor of Hong Kong; former Member of the British Cabinet, London
Heinrich von Pierer, Chainnan of the Managing Board, President and Chief Executive Officer, Siemens, Munich
new Andrea Pininfarina, Managing Director, Industrie Pininfarina, Turin; Chairman, Federmeccanica (Association of Mechanical Industries), Rome
new Alessandro Profumo, Managing Director, Unicredito Italiano, Milan
new Gunter Rexrodt, Member of the German Bundestag; former Federal Minister of the Economy, Berlin
Heinz Riesenhuber, Member of the German Bundestag; former Federal Minister of Research and Technology, Berlin
Johannes Ringel, Member of the Managing Board, Westdeutsche Landesbank Girozentrale, Dusseldorf
Gianfelice Rocca, Chairman, Techint Group of Companies, Milan
Sergio Romano, Columnist, Corriere della Sera and Liberal; former Italian Ambassador to the USSR, Milan
H. Onno Ruding, Vice Chairman Citicorp/Citibank, Brussels; former Dutch Minister of Finance
Renato Ruggiero, Vice Chairman, Schroder Salomon Smith Barney International & Chairman, Schroder Salomon Smith Barney Italy; Member of the Board, Fiat, Turin; former Chairman, E.N.I., Rome; former Director General, W.T.O. Geneva; former Italian Minister of Foreign Trade
new Jacques Santer, Member of the European Parliament; former President of the European Commission; former Prime Minister of Luxembourg
Antxon Sarasqueta, Executive President, Multimedia Capital, Madrid
new Silvio Scaglia, Managing Director, e-Biscom, Milan; former Managing Director, Omnitel
Jørgen Schleimann, Senior Columnist; Chairman, The Danish European Movement, Denmark
Guido Schmidt-Chiari*, Chairman, Constantia Group; former Chairman, Creditanstalt Bankverein, Vienna
Pedro Schwartz, Executive Chairman, IDELCO, Madrid; Professor of Economics, Autonomous University of Madrid
Prince Karel of Schwarzenberg, Founder and Director, Nadace Bohemiae, Prague; former Chancellor to President Havel; former President of the International Helsinki Federation for Human Rights
Louis Schweitzer, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Renault, Paris
new Maurizio Sella, Chief Executive Officer and General Manager, Banca Sella, Biella; Chairman, Association of Italian Banks (A.B.I.), Rome
Lord Shore*, Member of the House of Lords; former Labour Cabinet Minister, London
new Lord Simon of Highbury, Member of the House of Lords; Advisory Director of Unilever, Morgan Stanley Europe and LEK; former British Minister for Trade & Competitiveness in Europe; former Chairman of BP, London
Jerzy Sito, Vice President of the Polish PEN Club, Warsaw; Writer; former Ambassador to Denmark
Pedro Solbes, Member of the European Commission (Monetary Affairs), Brussels; former Member of the Spanish Parliament; former Spanish Minister of Finance and of Agriculture
new Sir Martin Sorrell, Chief Executive Officer, WPP Group, London
Myles Staunton*, Former Member of the Irish Senate
Thorvald Stoltenberg*, Special Representative of the UN Secretary General for Humanitarian Affairs in Iraq; President, Norwegian Red Cross, Oslo; former Co-Chairman (UN) of the Steering Committee of the International Conference on Former Yugoslavia; former Foreign Minister of Norway; former UN High Commissioner for Refugees
new Peter Straarup, Chairman of the Executive Board, Den Danske Bank, Copenhagen; Chairman, the Danish Bankers Association
Peter Sutherland, Chairman, BP Amoco, London; Chairman and Managing Director, Goldman Sachs International; former Director General, GAIT/WTO, Geneva; former Member of the European Commission; former Attorney General of Ireland
Bjorn Svedberg*, Former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Ericsson, Stockholm; former President and Group Chief Executive, Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken
new Peter Székely, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Transelektro, Budapest; President, Confederation of Hungarian Employers’ Organisations for International Co-operation (CEHIC); Vice President, Confederation of Hungarian Employers and Industrialists
Horst Teltschik, Chairman of the Board, Herbert Quandt Foundation; former Member of the Board, BMW, Munich; former Head of the Foreign & Security Office in the Federal Chancellery
Jacques Thierry, Honorary Chairman, Banque Bruxelles Lambert; Honorary Chairman of the Board, Interbrew, Brussels
Gaston Thorn, Chairman, CLT-UFA, Luxembourg; former President of the Commission of the European Communities; former Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Luxembourg
Niels Thygesen*, Danske Bank Professor of International Economics, University of Copenhagen; Chairman, OECD Economic Development and Review Committee
Otto Grieg Tidemand, Shipowner, Oslo; former Norwegian Minister of Defence and Minister of Economic Affairs
Harri Tiido*, Deputy Under-Secretary for Political & Public Affairs, Security Policy & NATO Accession, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Tallinn; former Editor-in-Chief, Radio KUKU
Marco Tronchetti Provera, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Pirelli, Milan
new Loukas Tsoukalis, Professor, European Institute & Director, Hellenic Observatory, London School of Economics and Political Science, London; Professor of European Integration, University of Athens; President of the Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy
new Laszlo Urban, Vice President, Business Planning Director, Citibank, New York; former Deputy Chief Executive Officer and Member of the Board of Directors, Postabank, Budapest
Mario Vargas Llosa, Writer, London; Member of the Royal Spanish Academy
George Vassiliou*, Member of Parliament and Leader of United Democrats; Head of the Negotiating Team for the Accession of Cyprus to the European Union; former President of the Republic of Cyprus, Nicosia
new Diogo Vaz Guedes, Chairman, Somague Group, Alges, Portugal
Friedrich Verzetnitsch, Member of Austrian Parliament; President, Austrian Federation of Trade Unions, Vienna; President, European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC)
Marko Voljc*, Chief Executive Officer, Nova Ljubljanska Banka, Ljubljana
Joris Voorhoeve, Member of the Council of State; former Member of the Dutch Parliament; former Minister of Defence, The Hague
Panagis Vourloumis, Panagis Vourloumis & Associates, Financial Advisors; Chairman, Frigoglass Group; former Chairman and Managing Director, Alpha Finance, Athens
Karel Vuursteen, Chairman of the Executive Board, Heineken, Amsterdam
new Margot Wallström, Member of the European Commission (Environment), Brussels
Serge Weinberg, Chairman of the Management Board Pinault-Printemps-Redoute; President, Institute of International and Strategic Studies (IRIS), Paris
Heinrich Weiss, Chairman, SMS, Düsseldorf
new Nout Wellink, President, Dutch Central Bank, Amsterdam
Norbert Wieczorek*, Member of the German Bundestag; Deputy Chairman of the SPD Parliamentary Group, Berlin
Alan Williams, Member of the British Parliament, London
Otto Wolff von Amerongen, Honorary Chairman, East Committee of the German Industry; Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Otto Wolff Industrieberatung und Beteiligung, Cologne
Ernilio Ybarra, Executive Chairman of the Board of Directors, Banco Bilbao-Vizcaya, Madrid
Gianni Zandano, Chairman, San Paolo Foundation, Turin
new Dieter Zetsche, President and Chief Executive Officer, DaimlerChrysler Corporation, U.S.A.; Member of the Board, DaimlerChrysler, Stuttgart
Father Maciej Zieba, Provincial of the Polish Province of the Dominican Order, Warsaw; Founder and Director, the Tertio Millennio Institute, Cracow

*Executive Committee

Former Members In Public Service

Ritt Bjerregaard, Minister of Agriculture & Food, Denmark
Yvette Cooper, Ministerfor Public Health, United Kingdom
Laurent Fabius, Minister of the Economy, Finances and Industry
Thorbjorn Jagland, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Norway
Mario Monti, Member of the European Commission (Competition Policy), Brussels
Viktor Orbàn, Prime Minister, Hungary
Alain Richard, Minister of Defence, France
Hubert Vedrine, Minister of Foreign Affairs, France
Karsten Voigt, Coordinatorfor German-American Cooperation, Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Germany

EUROPEAN GROUP

for the original source CLICK HERE

“In politics, stupidity is not a handicap.” Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821),

Regards,
Greg L-W.
For all my contact details & Blogs: CLICK HERE

SOME QUICK BLOG CONTACTS:

Greg Lance-Watkins: CLICK HERE

Greg L-W.: CLICK HERE

UKIP-vs-EUkip: CLICK HERE

TheMidnightGroup: CLICK HERE

INDEPENDENT Leave-The-EU Alliance: CLICK HERE



‘The arrogance and hubris of corrupt politicians will be responsible for every drop of blood spilt in the Wars of Disassociation, if Britain does not leave the EU.

The ugly, centralised, undemocratic supra national policies being imposed by the centralised and largely unelected decisionmakers of The EU for alien aims, ailien values and to suit alien needs stand every possibility of creating 200,000,000 deaths across EUrope as a result of the blind arrogance and hubris of the idiologues in the central dictatorship, and their economic illiteracy marching hand in glove with the idiocy of The CAP & The CFP – both policies which deliver bills, destroy lives and denude food stocks.

The EU, due to the political idiocy and corruption of its undemocratic leaders, is now a net importer of food, no longer able to feed itself and with a decreasing range of over priced goods, of little use to the rest of the world, to sell with which to counter the net financial drain of endless imports.  

British Politicians with pens and treachery, in pursuit of their own agenda and greed, have done more damage to the liberty, freedoms, rights and democracy of the British peoples than any army in over 1,000 years.

The disastrous effects of British politicians selling Britain into the thrall of foreign rule by the EU for their own personal rewards has damaged the well-being of Britain more than the armies of Hitler and the Franco – German – Italian axis of 1939 – 1945.

 Until we gain our liberty, restore our sovereignty, repatriate our democracy and reinstate our Justice system and our borders – defended by our Police and Military armed with sustainable and obtainable weaponry.

Treat every election as a referendum.

Don’t spoil your Ballot Paper by wasting it on a self serving Politician in ANY election until we are liberated from the EU and are a Free Sovereign peoples, with independent control of our own borders, making and managing Law &
Justice for our own benefit, in our own elected Westminster Parliament where we can fire our politicians at the ballot box, if they fail to represent OUR best interests and de-centralise their powers.

Make your vote count Write on YOUR ballot Paper in EVERY Election:  
to GET YOUR COUNTRY BACK

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#GD021* – THE TRILATERAL COMMISSION – NORTH AMERICAN GROUP

Posted by Greg Lance - Watkins (Greg_L-W) on 23/09/2010

#GD021* – THE TRILATERAL COMMISSION – NORTH AMERICAN GROUP

THE TRILATERAL COMMISSION

EUROPEAN GROUP | NORTH AMERICAN GROUP
PACIFIC ASIAN GROUP | PARTICIPANTS FROM OTHER AREAS

NORTH AMERICAN GROUP
(as of May 15, 2001)

Graham Allison, Director, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard University
G. Allen Andreas, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Archer Daniels Midland Company, Illinois
Michael H. Armacost, President, The Brookings Institution; former U.S. Ambassador to Japan; former U.S. Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs
C. Michael Armstrong, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, AT&T
D. Euan Baird, Chairman of the Board, President and Chief Executive Officer, Schlumberger Limited
C. Fred Bergsten*, Director, Institute for International Economics; former U.S. Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for International Affairs
Susan V. Berresford, President, The Ford Foundation, New York
Conrad M. Black, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, Hollinger International Inc., Hollinger Canadian Publishing Holdings Inc. and Southam Inc., Toronto
new Geoffrey T. Boisi, Vice Chairman, J.P. Morgan Chase, New York; Co-Chief Executive Officer, J.P. Morgan
new Stephen W. Bosworth, Dean, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University; former U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Korea
Harold Brown, Counselor, Center for Strategic and International Studies; General Partner, Warburg Pincus & Company, New York; former U.S. Secretary of Defense
John H. Bryan, Chairman, Sara Lee Corporation.
Zbigniew Brzezinski*, Counselor, Centerfor Strategic and International Studies; Robert Osgood Professor of American Foreign Affairs, Paul Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University; former Assistant to the Presidentfor National Security Affairs
Gerhard Casper, President Emeritus, Stanford University, California
William T. Coleman, Jr., Senior Partner and Senior Counselor, O’Melveny & Myers, Washington, D.C.; former U.S. Secretary of Transportation
Richard N. Cooper, Maurits C. Boas Professor of International Economics, Harvard University; former Chairman, National Intelligence Council; former U.S. Under-Secretary of State for Economic Affairs
E. Gerald Corrigan, Managing Director, Goldman, Sachs & Co.; former President, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Dennis D. Dammerman, Vice Chairman and Executive Officer, General Electric Company
new Lodewijk J. R. de Vink, Chairman, Global Health Care Partners; former Chairman, President, and Chief Executive Officer, Warner-Lambert Company
André Desmarais, President and Co-Chief Executive Officer, Power Corporation of Canada, Montréal; Deputy Chairman, Power Financial Corporation
John M. Deutch, Institute Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; former Director, U.S. Central Intelligence Agency; former U.S. Deputy Secretary of Defense
Peter C. Dobell, Founding Director, Parliamentary Centre, Ottawa
Wendy K. Dobson, Professor and Director, Institute for International Business, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto; former Associate Deputy Minister of Finance
Jessica P. Einhorn*, Consultant, Clark and Weinstock, Washington, D.C.; former Managing Director for Finance and Resource Mobilization, World Bank
Jeffrey Epstein, President, J. Epstein & Company, Inc.; President, N.A. Property Inc., New York
William T. Esrey, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Sprint Corporation
Dianne Feinstein, Member, U.S. Senate
new Sandra Feldman, President, American Federation of Teachers, Washington, D. C.
Martin S. Feldstein, George F. Baker Professor of Economics, Harvard University; President and Chief Executive Officer, National Bureau of Economic Research; former Chairman, President’s Council of Economic Advisors
Stanley Fischer, First Deputy Managing Director, International Monetary Fund, Washington, D. C.
Thomas S. Foley*, Partner, Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld; former U.S. Ambassador to Japan; former Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives
L. Yves Fortier*, Senior Partner and Chairman, Ogilvy Renault, Barristers and Solicitors, Montréal; former Canadian Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the United Nations
Stephen Friedman, Senior Principal, MMC Capital, Inc., New York; former Chairman, Goldman Sachs & Co.
Richard N. Gardner, Professor of Law and International Organization, Columbia Law School, New York; Of Counsel, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP; former U.S. Ambassador to Italy and to Spain
David Gergen, Public Service Professor of Public Leadership, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University; Editor-at-Large, U.S. News and World Report
Louis V. Gerstner, Jr., Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, International Business Machines
Peter C. Godsoe, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, The Bank of Nova Scotia
Allan E. Gotlieb*, Senior Consultant, Stikeman Elliott, Toronto; former Canadian Ambassador to the United States
Bill Graham, Member of Canadian House of Commons; Chairman of the Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Trade
William H. Gray, III, President and Chief Executive Officer, United Negro College Fund; former Member of the U.S. House of Representatives
Maurice R. Greenberg, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, American International Group, Inc.
Robert D. Haas*, Chairman, Levi Strauss & Co., San Francisco
new William A. Haseltine, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Human Genome Sciences, Inc.
Carla A. Hills, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Hills & Company, Washington, D.C.; former U.S. Trade Representative; former U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development
Richard Holbrooke, Counselor, Council on Foreign Relations, New York; former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations; former Vice Chairman of Credit Suisse First Boston Corporation; former U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for European and Canadian Affairs, and for East Asian and Pacific Affairs; former U.S. Ambassador to Germany
Jarnes R. Houghton, Former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Corning Incorporated
Jarnes A. Johnson, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Johnson Capital Partners; Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Board, Federal National Mortgage Association (Fannie Mae), Washington, D.C.
new Alejandro Junco de la Vega, Publisher, E1 Sol, E1 Norte, and Reforrna, Mexico
Henry A. Kissinger, Chairman, Kissinger Associates, Inc., New York; former U.S. Secretary of State; former U.S. Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs
Kenneth L. Lay, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Enron Corp., Houston
Jim Leach, Member, U.S. House of Representatzves
Gerald M. Levin, Chief Executive Officer, AOL Time Wamer, Inc.
Winston Lord, Chairman, International Rescue Committee; former U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs; former U.S. Ambassador to China
E. Peter Lougheed, Senior Partner, Bennett Jones, Barristers & Solicitors, Calgary; former Premier of Alberta
new Roy MacLaren, Former Canadian High Commissioner, London; former Canadian Minister of lnternational Trade
Whitney MacMillan, Chairman Emeritus, Cargill, Inc.
Antonio Madero, Presidente Ejecutivo del Consejo, San Luis Corporacion, S.A. de C. V., Mexico
Jessica T. Mathews, President, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Washington, D.C
Deryck C. Maughan, Vice Chairman, Citigroup, New York; former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Salomon Brothers Inc.
Jay Mazur, President, Union of Needletrades, Industrial and Textile Employees (UNITE), AFL-CIO, New York; Vice President, AFL-CIO and Chairman, AFL-CIO International Affairs Committee
H. Harrison McCain, Chairman of the Board, McCain Foods Limited, Canada
Hugh L. McColl, Jr., Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, BankAmerica Corporation, North Carolina
William J. McDonough, President, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
new Henry A. McKinnell, President and Chief Executive Officer, Pfizer, Inc.
Lucio A. Noto, Former Vice Chairman, ExxonMobil; former Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, Mobil Corporation
Joseph S. Nye, Jr.*, Dean, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University; former U.S. Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs
William J. Perry, Michael and Barbara Berberian Professor, Stanford University; former U.S. Secretary of Defense
Franklin D. Raines, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Federal National Mortgage Association; former Director, Office of Management and Budget, Office of the U.S. President
Charles B. Rangel, Member, U.S. House of Representatives
Lee R. Raymond, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, ExxonMobil Corporation
new Hardey Richardson, President and Chief Executive Officer, James Richardson & Sons, Ltd, Winnipeg
Charles S. Robb, Former Member of United States Senate
John D. Rockefeller IV, Member, U.S. Senate
William V. Roth, Jr., Former Member of United States Senate
new Luis Rubio, Director-General, Center of Research for Development (CIDAC), Mexico
George F. Russell, Jr., Chairman, Frank Russell Company, Tacoma, Washington
new Arthur F. Ryan, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, The Prudential Insurance Co. of America, Newark
Henry B. Schacht, Chairman and Chief Executive, Lucent Technologies; former Director and Senior Advisor, E.M Warburg, Pincus & Co., LLP
Raymond G.H. Seitz, Vice Chairman, Europe, Lehman Brothers International, London; former U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom
new Jaime Serra, SAI Derecho & Economia, Mexico City; former Mexican Minister of Trade
Gordon Smith, Director, Centre for Global Studies, University of Victoria, British Columbia; Chairman, Board of Governors, International Development Research Centre; former Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Canada and Personal Representative of the Prime Minister to the Economic Summit
George Soros, Chairman, Soros Fund Management LLC, New York; Chairman, The Open Society lnstitute
Ronald D. Southern, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, ATCO Group, Calgary, Alberta
new Luis Tellez, Executive Vice President, Sociedad de Fomento Industrial (DESC); former Minister of Energy, Mexico
new G. Richard Thoman, Former President and Chief Executive Officer, Xerox Corporation; Senior Advisor, Evercore Partners
Laura D’Andrea Tyson, Dean, Haus School of Business, University of California, Berkeley; former Head, National Economic Council; former Chairman of the President’s Council of Economic Advisers
Paul A. Volcker*, Former Chairman, Wolfensohn & Co., Inc.; Frederick H. Schultz Professor Emeritus, International Economic Policy, Princeton University; former Chairman, Board of Govemors, U.S. Federal Reserve System
Glenn E. Watts, President Emeritus, Communication Workers of America
Henry Wendt, Former Chairman, Global Health Care Partners, Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette; former Chairman, SmithKline Beecham
L. R. Wilson, Chairman of the Board of CAE Inc., Toronto; former Chairman of the Board, BCEInc.
new Lorenzo H. Zambrano*, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, Cemex, S.A. de C. V., Mexico
new Ernesto Zedillo, Former President of Mexico
Mortimer B. Zuckerman, Chairman and Co-Founder of Boston Properties; Chairman and Editor-in-Chief, U.S. News & World Report, New York

*Executive Committee

Former Members In Public Service
Richard B. Cheney, Vice President of the United States
Paula J. Dobriansky, Undersecretary of State for Global Affairs
Alan Greenspan, Chairrnan, Board of Governors, U.S. Federal Reserve
Richard N. Haass, Director, Policy Planning Staff: U.S. Department of State
Paul Wolfowitz, U.S. Deputy Secretary of Defense
Robert B. Zoellick, United States Trade Representative

EUROPEAN GROUP | NORTH AMERICAN GROUP
PACIFIC ASIAN GROUP | PARTICIPANTS FROM OTHER AREAS

for the original source CLICK HERE

“In politics, stupidity is not a handicap.” Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821),
Regards,
Greg L-W.
For all my contact details & Blogs: CLICK HERE


SOME QUICK BLOG CONTACTS:

Greg Lance-Watkins: CLICK HERE
Greg L-W.: CLICK HERE
UKIP-vs-EUkip: CLICK HERE
TheMidnightGroup: CLICK HERE
INDEPENDENT Leave-The-EU Alliance: CLICK HERE


‘The arrogance and hubris of corrupt politicians will be responsible for every drop of blood spilt in the Wars of Disassociation, if Britain does not leave the EU.

The ugly, centralised, undemocratic supra national policies being imposed by the centralised and largely unelected decisionmakers of The EU for alien aims, ailien values and to suit alien needs stand every possibility of creating 200,000,000 deaths across EUrope as a result of the blind arrogance and hubris of the idiologues in the central dictatorship, and their economic illiteracy marching hand in glove with the idiocy of The CAP & The CFP – both policies which deliver bills, destroy lives and denude food stocks.

The EU, due to the political idiocy and corruption of its undemocratic leaders, is now a net importer of food, no longer able to feed itself and with a decreasing range of over priced goods, of little use to the rest of the world, to sell with which to counter the net financial drain of endless imports.  

British Politicians with pens and treachery, in pursuit of their own agenda and greed, have done more damage to the liberty, freedoms, rights and democracy of the British peoples than any army in over 1,000 years.

The disastrous effects of British politicians selling Britain into the thrall of foreign rule by the EU for their own personal rewards has damaged the well-being of Britain more than the armies of Hitler and the Franco – German – Italian axis of 1939 – 1945.

 Until we gain our liberty, restore our sovereignty, repatriate our democracy and reinstate our Justice system and our borders – defended by our Police and Military armed with sustainable and obtainable weaponry.

Treat every election as a referendum.

Don’t spoil your Ballot Paper by wasting it on a self serving Politician in ANY election until we are liberated from the EU and are a Free Sovereign peoples, with independent control of our own borders, making and managing Law &
Justice for our own benefit, in our own elected Westminster Parliament where we can fire our politicians at the ballot box, if they fail to represent OUR best interests and de-centralise their powers.

Make your vote count Write on YOUR ballot Paper in EVERY Election:  
to GET YOUR COUNTRY BACK

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#GD022* – THE TRILATERAL COMMISSION – PACIFIC ASIAN GROUP

Posted by Greg Lance - Watkins (Greg_L-W) on 23/09/2010

#GD022* – THE TRILATERAL COMMISSION – PACIFIC ASIAN GROUP

THE TRILATERAL COMMISSION

EUROPEAN GROUP | NORTH AMERICAN GROUP
PACIFIC ASIAN GROUP | PARTICIPANTS FROM OTHER AREAS

PACIFIC ASIAN GROUP
(as of March 9, 2001)

new Jaime Augusto Zobel de Ayala II*, President, Ayala Corporation, Manila
new Philip Burdon, Chairman, Asia 2000 Foundation; Vice Chairman, Air New Zealand; NZ Chairman of APEC; former Minister of Trade Negotiations, Wellington
new Fujio Cho, President, Toyota Motor Corporation
new Cho Suk-Rae, Chairman, Hyosung Group, Seoul
Chung Mong-Joon, Member of the National Assembly; Vice President of Federation Internationale de Football Associahon (FIFA), Seoul
Koichiro Ejiri*, Counselor, Mitsui & Co., Ltd.
Takashi Ejiri, Attorney at Law; Asahi Law Office
new Jesus P. Estanislao, University Professor, University of Asia and the Pacific; former Minister of Finance, Manila
new Hugh Fletcher, Business Consultant; former Chief Executive Officer, Fletcher Challenge, Auckland
Hiroaki Fujii, President, The Japan Foundation; former Ambassador to the United Kingdom
new Yoshiyuki Fujisawa, Chairman of the Board of Directors, The Industrial Bank of Japan
new Shinji Fukukawa, Chief Executive Officer, Dentsu Institute for Human Studies
Yoichi Funabashi, Chief Diplomatic Correspondent and Columnist, The Asahi Shimbun
new Carrillo Gantner, Vice President, Myer Foundation, Melbourne
new Ross Garnaut, Professor, Asia-Pacific School of Economics and Management, Australian National University; former Ambassador to China, Canberra
Toyoo Gyohten*, President, The Institute for International Monetary Affairs; Senior Advisor, The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi, Ltd.
new Han Sungjoo*, Director, Ilmin International Relations Institute and Professor of Political Science, Korea University; former Minister for Foreign Affairs, Seoul
new Stuart Harris*, Professor of International Relations, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University; former Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs, Canberra
new Tan Sri Dato’ Azman Hashim, Chairman, Arab-Malaysian Group, Kuala Lumpur
Toru Hashimoto, Chairman of the Board, Fuji Bank, Ltd.
Hirotaro Higuchi, Honorary Chairman, Asahi Breweries, Ltd.
new Hong Seok-Hyun, Chairman, JoongAng Ilbo, Seoul
new Murray Horn, Managing Director, ANZ (NZ) Limited; Chairman, ANZ Investment Bank; former Parliamentary Secretary of Treasury, Auckland
Takashi Hosomi, Advisor, NLI Research Institute; former Chairman, The Overseas Economic Cooperation Fund
new Hyun Hong-Choo, Senior Partner, Kim & Chang, Seoul; former Ambassador to the United Nations and to the United States, Seoul
new Hyun Jae-Hyun, Chairman, Tong Yang Group, Seoul
Shin’ichi Ichimura, Director, International Centre for the Study of East Asian Development, Kitakyushu
new Masaharu Ikuta, President, Mitsui O.S.K, Ltd.
Rokuro Ishikawa, Honorary Chairman, Kajima Corporation
Motoo Kaji, Chairman, The Internahonal House of Japan
Koji Kakizawa, Member of the House of Representatives; former Minister for Foreign Affairs
Fuji Karniya, Dean, Graduate School of Social Science, Toyo-Eiwa Women’s University
Hisashi Kaneko, Senior Member of the Board, NEC Corporation
new Kasem Kasemsri, Honorary Chairman, Thailand – U.S. Business Council; Chairman of the Advisory Board of the Chart Thai Party; Chairman, Thai-Malaysian Association; former Deputy Prime Minister of Thailand, Bangkok
Koichi Kato, Member of the House of Representatives; former Secretary-General, Liberal Democratic Party
new Trevor Kennedy, Chairman, Oil Search, Ltd; Chairman, Cypress Lakes Group, Ltd; Director, Qantas Airways, Ltd., Sydney
new Kim Ki-Hwan, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Media Valley, Inc.; former Ambassador-at-Large for Economic Affairs, Seoul
new Kim Kyung-Won, President, Institute of Social Sciences; former Ambassador to the United States and the United Nations, Seoul
Shoichiro Kobayashi, SeniorAdvisor, Kansai Electric Power Company, Ltd.
Yotaro Kobayashi*, Chairman of the Board, Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd.
new Boon Hwee Koh, Chairman, Singapore Telecommunications; Chairman, Omni Industries; Executive Chairman, Wuthelam Holdings, Singapore
new Tommy Koh, Director, Institute of Policy Studies; Ambassador-at-Large, Ministry of Foreign Affairs; former Executive Director, Asia Europe Foundation (ASEF), Singapore
Akira Kojima, Managing Director and Chief Editorialist, Nihon Keizai Shimbun
Takeshi Kondo, Executive Advisor, Keidanren (Japan Federation of Economic Organizations)
Shunji Kono, Chairman, The Tokio Marine and Fire Insurance Co., Ltd.
Yutaka Kosai, Chairman, Japan Center for Economic Research
Kenji Kosaka, Member of the House of Representatives;Vice Minister for Public Management, Home Affairs, Post and Telecommunications
Toru Kusukawa, Senior Councilor, Fuji Research Institute Corporation
Yoshio Kuwata, Executive Vice President and Representative Director, Hitachi, Ltd.
new Lee Hong-Koo*, President, Seoul Forum for International Affairs; former Prime Minister of Korea; former Ambassador to the United Kingdom and the United States, Seoul
new Lee In-ho, President, Korea Foundation; former Ambassador to Finland and Russia, Seoul
Minoru Makihara*, Chairman, Mitsubishi Corporation
new Kagechika Matano, Senior Advisor, Maeda Corporation; former Ambassador to Sweden and to Vietnam
Michiya Matsukawa, Former Senior Advisor, The Nikko Research Center, Ltd.
Yoshihiko Miyauchi, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, ORIX Corporation
Isamu Miyazaki, Special Advisor, Daiwa Institute of Research, Ltd.; former Director General of the Economic Planning Agency
Yuzaburo Mogi, President and Chief Executive Officer, Kikhoman Corporation
Yoichi Morishita, President, Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.
Morlyuki Motono, Former Ambassador to France
Jiro Murase, Managing Partner, Bingham Dana Murase, New York
Minoru Murofushi*, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, ITOCHU Corporation
Masashi Nishihara, Presient, National Defense Academy
new Taizo Nishimuro, Presidenl and Chief Executive Officer, Toshiba Corporation new Roberto F. de Ocampo, President, Asian Institute of Management, Manila
Toshiaki Ogasawara, Publisher-Chairman, The Japan Times Ltd.; President, Nifco
Inc. Sadako Ogata, Former United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Shijuro Ogata*, Former Deputy Governor, Japan Development Bank; former Deputy Governorfor International Relations, Bank of Japan
Norio Ohga, Chairman of the Board, Sony Corporation
Masafumi Ohnishi, SeniorAdvisor, Osaka Gas Co., Ltd.
Yoshio Okawara*, President, Institute for International Policy Studies; former Ambassador to the United States
new Katsuya Okimi, Senior Executive Vice President, NTT Communications Corporation
Yoichi Okita, Professor, National Institute for Policy Research
Ariyoshi Okumura, Auditor, IBJ Systems, Ltd.
Hisashi Owada, President, Japan Institute for International Affairs; former Ambassador to the United Nations; former Vice Minister for Foreign Affairs
new Anand Panyarachun, Chairman, Thai Industrial Federation; Chairman, Saha-Union Public Company Limited; former Prime Minister of Thailand, Bangkok
new Theodore P. Rachmat, President and Chief Executive Officer, PT Astra International Tbk., Jakarta
new Eisuke Sakakibara, Professor, Keio University; former Vice Minister of Finance for lnternational Affairs
new Masahiro Sakane, Executive Vice President and Executive Officer, KOMATSU, Ltd.
new Sakong Il, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Institute for Global Economics; former Minister of Finance, Seoul
new Sachio Semmoto, Chief Executive Officer, eAccess, Ltd.
new Masaharu Shibata, President and Chief Executive Officer, NGK Insulators, Ltd.
Masahide Shibusawa, Director, East-West Seminar
Motoo Shiina, Member of the House of Councillors
Takeo Shiina, Senior Advisor, IBM Japan, Ltd.
Atsushi Shimokobe, Chairman, The Tokio Marine Research Institute
new Masato Shinagawa, President, ITU Associanon of Japan
Yasuhisa Shiozaki, Member of the House of Representatives; former Parliamentary Vice Minister for Finance
new Arifin Siregar, International Advisor, Goldman Sachs & Co.; former Ambassador to the United States, Jakarta
new Tan Sri Dr. Noordin Sopiee, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Institute of Strategic and International Studies, Kuala Lumpur
new Keiji Tachikawa, President and Chief Executive Officer, NTTDoCoMo, Inc.
Hideya Taida, Senior Vice President and Executive Corporate Officer, Marubeni Corporation
Tsuyoshi Takagi, President, ZENSEN (The Japanese Foundation of Textile, Garment, Chemical, Commercial and Allied Industries Workers’ Unions)
Keizo Takemi, Member of the House of Councillors; Former State Secretary for Foreign Affairs
Akihiko Tanaka, Professor, Institute of Oriental Culture, University of Tokyo
Naoh Tanaka, President, The 21st Century Public Policy Institute
Nobuo Tateishi, Chairman and Representative Director, OMRON Corporation
new Sarasin Viraphol, Executive Vice President, Charoen Polphand Co., Ltd.; former Deputy Permanent Secretary of Foreign Affairs, Bangkok
new Jusuf Wanandi*, Member of the Board of Directors, Centre for Strategic and International Studies, Jakarta
Etsuya Washio, President, Japanese Trade Union Confederation (RENGO)
new Goro Watanabe, Vice Chairman, Mitsui Chemicals, Inc.
Koji Watanabe, Senior Fellow, Japan Center for International Exchange; Executive Adviser, Keidanren (Japan Federation of Economic Organizations); former Ambassador to Russia
Takeshi Watanabe, Former Chairrnan, The Non-Life Insurance Institute of Japan; former President, Asian Development Bank
Taizo Yakushiji, Vice-President (Provost), Keio University
Tadashi Yamamoto, President, Japan Center for International Exchange
Noriyuki Yonemura, Senior Vice President, Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd.
Bunroku Yoshino, Chairman, Institute for International Economic Studies; former Ambassador to the Federal Republic of Germany

*Executive Committee

Participants
Morris Chang, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., Ltd., Taipei
Victor K. Fung, Chairman, Li & Fung; Chairman, Prudential Asia, Hong Kong
Jeffrey L.S. Koo, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Chinatrust Commercial Bank, Taipei
Richard Li, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Pacific Century Group Holdings Limited, Hong Kong
Stan Shih, Chairman and Chief Executive Offlcer, The Acer Group, Taipei
Wang Xuebing, President and Chief Executive Offlcer, China Construction Bank, Beijing
Wei Mingyi, Chairman, International Advisory Corporation, China International Trust & Investment Corporation, Beijing
Gordon Wu, Chairman and Managing Director, Hopewell Holdings Ltd., Hong Kong
Zhou Xiaochuan, Chairman, China Securities Regulatory Commission, Beijing

Former Members In Public Service
Yoriko Kawaguchi, Minister of the Environment
Kiichi Miyazawa, Minister of Finance; former Prime Minister of Japan

Note: Those without city name are Japanese members.

 
for the original source CLICK HERE

“In politics, stupidity is not a handicap.” Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821), 
 

Regards,
Greg L-W.
For all my contact details & Blogs: CLICK HERE
 

SOME QUICK BLOG CONTACTS:
 

Greg Lance-Watkins: CLICK HERE

Greg L-W.: CLICK HERE

UKIP-vs-EUkip: CLICK HERE

TheMidnightGroup: CLICK HERE

INDEPENDENT Leave-The-EU Alliance: CLICK HERE
 

‘The arrogance and hubris of corrupt politicians will be responsible for every drop of blood spilt in the Wars of Disassociation, if Britain does not leave the EU.

The ugly, centralised, undemocratic supra national policies being imposed by the centralised and largely unelected decisionmakers of The EU for alien aims, ailien values and to suit alien needs stand every possibility of creating 200,000,000 deaths across EUrope as a result of the blind arrogance and hubris of the idiologues in the central dictatorship, and their economic illiteracy marching hand in glove with the idiocy of The CAP & The CFP – both policies which deliver bills, destroy lives and denude food stocks.

The EU, due to the political idiocy and corruption of its undemocratic leaders, is now a net importer of food, no longer able to feed itself and with a decreasing range of over priced goods, of little use to the rest of the world, to sell with which to counter the net financial drain of endless imports.  
 

British Politicians with pens and treachery, in pursuit of their own agenda and greed, have done more damage to the liberty, freedoms, rights and democracy of the British peoples than any army in over 1,000 years.
 

The disastrous effects of British politicians selling Britain into the thrall of foreign rule by the EU for their own personal rewards has damaged the well-being of Britain more than the armies of Hitler and the Franco – German – Italian axis of 1939 – 1945.

 Until we gain our liberty, restore our sovereignty, repatriate our democracy and reinstate our Justice system and our borders – defended by our Police and Military armed with sustainable and obtainable weaponry:

Treat every election as a referendum.

Don’t spoil your Ballot Paper by wasting it on a self serving Politician in ANY election until we are liberated from the EU and are a Free Sovereign peoples, with independent control of our own borders, making and managing Law &
Justice for our own benefit, in our own elected Westminster Parliament where we can fire our politicians at the ballot box, if they fail to represent OUR best interests and de-centralise their powers.

Make your vote count Write on YOUR ballot Paper in EVERY Election:  
to GET YOUR COUNTRY BACK

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#GD023* – THE TRILATERAL COMMISSION – OTHER AREAS

Posted by Greg Lance - Watkins (Greg_L-W) on 23/09/2010

#GD023* – THE TRILATERAL COMMISSION – OTHER AREAS

THE TRILATERAL COMMISSION

EUROPEAN GROUP | NORTH AMERICAN GROUP
PACIFIC ASIAN GROUP | PARTICIPANTS FROM OTHER AREAS

PARTICIPANTS FROM OTHER AREAS

new Abdlatif Al-Hamad, Director General and Chairman of the Arab Fund for Economic and Social Development; former Minister of Finance and Planning, Kuwait
new Andre Azoulay, Adviser to H.M. King Mohammed Vl, Rabat
new Domingo F. Cavallo, President, Accion por la Republica, Buenos Aires; forrner Economy Minister of Argentina
new Husnu Dogan, Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Development Foundation of Turkey; former Minister of Defence, Ankara
new Frene Ginwala, Speaker of the National Assembly, Parliament of the Republic of South Africa, Cape Town
new H.R.H. Prince E1 Hassan bin Talal, Amman, Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan
new Serhiy Holovaty, Member of the Supreme Rada; President of the Ukrainian Legal Foundation; former Minister of Justice, Kiev
new Enrique V. Iglesias, President, Inter-American Development Bank; former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Uruguay
new Sergei Karaganov, Deputy Director, Institute of Europe, Russian Academy of Sciences; Chairman of the Presidium of the Council on Defense and Foreign Policy, Moscow
new Itamar Rabinovich, President, Tel Aviv University, Israel; former Ambassador to the United States
new Rusdu Saracoglu, Chairman, Makro Consulting, Istanbul; former State Minister and Member of the Turkish Parliament; former Governor of the Central Bank of Turkey
new Roberto Egydio Setubal, Director President, Banco 1tau S.A., Brazil
new Grigory A. Yavlinsky, Member of the State Duma; Leader of the “Yabloko” Parliamentary Group; Chairman of the Centerfor Economic and Political Research, Moscow, Russian Federation

for the original source CLICK HERE

“In politics, stupidity is not a handicap.” Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821),

Regards,
Greg L-W.
For all my contact details & Blogs: CLICK HERE
 

SOME QUICK BLOG CONTACTS:
 

Greg Lance-Watkins: CLICK HERE

Greg L-W.: CLICK HERE

UKIP-vs-EUkip: CLICK HERE

TheMidnightGroup: CLICK HERE

INDEPENDENT Leave-The-EU Alliance: CLICK HERE
 

‘The arrogance and hubris of corrupt politicians will be responsible for every drop of blood spilt in the Wars of Disassociation, if Britain does not leave the EU.

The ugly, centralised, undemocratic supra national policies being imposed by the centralised and largely unelected decisionmakers of The EU for alien aims, ailien values and to suit alien needs stand every possibility of creating 200,000,000 deaths across EUrope as a result of the blind arrogance and hubris of the idiologues in the central dictatorship, and their economic illiteracy marching hand in glove with the idiocy of The CAP & The CFP – both policies which deliver bills, destroy lives and denude food stocks.

The EU, due to the political idiocy and corruption of its undemocratic leaders, is now a net importer of food, no longer able to feed itself and with a decreasing range of over priced goods, of little use to the rest of the world, to sell with which to counter the net financial drain of endless imports.  
 

British Politicians with pens and treachery, in pursuit of their own agenda and greed, have done more damage to the liberty, freedoms, rights and democracy of the British peoples than any army in over 1,000 years.
 

The disastrous effects of British politicians selling Britain into the thrall of foreign rule by the EU for their own personal rewards has damaged the well-being of Britain more than the armies of Hitler and the Franco – German – Italian axis of 1939 – 1945.

 Until we gain our liberty, restore our sovereignty, repatriate our democracy and reinstate our Justice system and our borders – defended by our Police and Military armed with sustainable and obtainable weaponry:

Treat every election as a referendum.

Don’t spoil your Ballot Paper by wasting it on a self serving Politician in ANY election until we are liberated from the EU and are a Free Sovereign peoples, with independent control of our own borders, making and managing Law &
Justice for our own benefit, in our own elected Westminster Parliament where we can fire our politicians at the ballot box, if they fail to represent OUR best interests and de-centralise their powers.

Make your vote count Write on YOUR ballot Paper in EVERY Election:  
to GET YOUR COUNTRY BACK

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