Saturday, May 17, 2003


• 'Lords of the World' Put AKP Under Microscope: "The State Minister for Finance Ali Babacan's participation in the 49th Bilderberg meetings at the 'Trianon' Hotel in Versailles, France this weekend, has caused controversy. Stating the participants of the meeting are not allowed to issue statements and to write articles about the subjects being discussed, an analysts pointed out that Minister Babacan needed to inform the public about the meetings."

• Turkish presence at Bilderberg: "The meeting, scheduled to end today [incorrect - the meeting ends on the 18th], is rumored to control international policy from behind doors. Turkey’s Islamist circles have accused the Bilderberg group of being a “Zionist organization” trying to manipulate world affairs, and other international figures have also criticized it for being “sinister” and “conspiratorial.” This year, despite Islamist opposition, Treasury Minister Ali Babcan is said to be among the attendees, together with a handful of state bureaucrats."

• World Net Daily: World government in action: "There really are conspiracies at work. There really are powerful people plotting world domination. And they really operate in near-total secrecy as the world press sits on its collective duff."

• BBC: Elite power brokers' secret talks: "Bilderberg, which was founded in the 1950s by Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands, is said to steer international policy from behind closed doors."

• Bilderberg: Versailles Palace Park Now Closed (short report from a Propaganda visitor on the scene in Paris): "Today, May 14 there is a guard (it is unusual) at the Trianon Palace Hotel entrance. Next to the hotel, a notice mentions that Queen's Gate ("Grille de la Reine") that gives access to Versailles Palace Park will be closed from May 15 to May 18 because of the holding of an 'international symposium'."

• Eu Observer: Lamy attends Bilderberg annual meeting in Versailles: "Trade Commissioner Pascal Lamy will represent the European Commission in the hermetically sealed meeting." Full article (scroll down) at

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