Bernanke and Madeline Albright Attend Bilderberg

Bernanke and Madeline Albright Attend Bilderberg


Czech Foreign Minister Attends Bilderberg

Short News
June 9, 2008

Nearly 140 powerful men and women met in secret over the past weekend to attend the annual Bilderberg Convention, also known as the “Group of the Powerful”, in Chantilly, Virginia. Among them was Czech Foreign Minister Karel Schwarzenberg.

Prime Minister Mirek Topolanek has yet to comment on Schwarzenberg’s visit. Communist leader Vojtech Filip said, “I learnt about it today (on Sunday) and I was furious.”

Guests at the convention included World Bank President Robert Zoellick, US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, and businessman David Rockefeller. Bilderberg is an invite-only organization of businessmen, politicians and military representatives.

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Senate Passes Bill Adopting Iraq Balkanization

Senate Passes Bill Adopting Iraq Balkanization

Press TV
September 27, 2007

The US Senate has passed a bill, suggesting Iraq’s partition into a federation of ethnically divided regions, urging Iraqi officials to agree.

Today, in an act showing frustration over Bush’s war policies in Iraq, the Senate Republicans and Democrats joined to pass a non-binding resolution, calling for the creation of a federal system of government in Iraq with regions divided along ethnic lines.

The proposal to break up Iraq into decentralized regions came from Senator Joseph Biden, who is running for the 2008 Democratic Party presidential nomination.

Supporters of Iraqi partition believe it would let Shia, Sunni, and Kurdish factions settle their differences and make it easier for US troops to return home.

However, it is unlikely that the Bush administration will alter its policies on Iraq, in light of this resolution. Earlier this week, Secretary of State, Condoleezza Rice, said that the administration supports a federal Iraq rather than a divided country.

This is the first time in over a year that the United States Senate has reached a bipartisan consensus on Iraqi policy.

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