Friday, 20 November 2009

Bilderberg President shares some of his thoughts

The article in the Times of London was published before his "election" to whatever he now is.
Herman Van Rompuy, front-runner for presidency, wants EU-wide tax


"Herman Van Rompuy, the Belgian Prime Minister, broke his silence before Thursday’s summit to choose the president — but only at a meeting of the secretive Bilderberg group of top politicians, bankers and businessmen. Mr Van Rompuy’s contentious remarks were aired privately amid the grand surroundings of the Castle of the Valley of the Duchess near Brussels. The château hosted the talks on the Treaty of Rome in 1957 that launched the European Union.
His office released parts of his speech in which he talked of funding social welfare from new green taxes and went on to discuss “financing levies at European level”, which his spokesman said later was similar to Gordon Brown’s call for an international tax on financial transactions."
"The financing of the welfare state, irrespective of the social reform we implement, will require new resources,” Mr Van Rompuy told European and American guests, who included Henry Kissinger. The former US Secretary of State is cited as the inspiration for an EU president following his reported remark: “Who do I call when I want to call Europe?”

Henry, there is no such thing as "Europe" in the sense you seem to imply. And by the way: what the fuck do you want to call "Europe" for? Who the hell are you?! Just tell your Bilderberg-buddies what you want them to broadcast in the media they own, if there is something you want to tell us!