Tuesday, February 27, 2007

[gordon brown] bilderberger at n11 or not

So, Irwin Stelzer, in today's Guardian allegedly wants Ed Balls [apparently a 4 time Bilderberger himself] as Chancellor, saying:

When Brown moves to No 10, he will need his closest ally next door.

Why would Mr Stelzer come out with something like that? Could he possibly have any connection with Rupert Murdoch and is he perhaps a fellow of the Hudson Institute, on whose board sits Maree-Josee Kravis [alleged Bilderberger and suggested CFR illuminary] and did he have any connection with Rothschild as managing director?

Does Number 10 need an alleged CFR, Bilderberger and possible global illuminist pushing the suggested EU agenda at Number 11? And anyway, whatever's wrong with being one? Why would Tony Blair have so quickly denied any connection with what is, ostensibly, an above board organization, involved in no more than post neoclassical, endogenous growth theory?

Just asking, that's all. H/T: Martin Kelly.

5 comments:

CityUnslicker said...

interesting James. However, I can't see even Broon being so mad as to put such an inexperienced person in straight away as Chancellor. Alistair Darling is the man I think.

Of course, if I am wrong, then I will not question your assertions again.

Ellee said...

I've heard that before, it wouldn't surprise me.

james higham said...

You're both closer to the pulse than I and so I feel you may be right. I think Stelzer was just flying kites and so I felt he and his choice for No. 11 needed to be outed.

CityUnslicker said...

I hat stelzer. He writes the worst commentary on econommics in the times.

it si so bad it makes me laugh.

james higham said...

Yes, CUS, he's a man with an agenda.