The president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York called for
a global bank framework Monday just hours after leaving the Bilderberg
Group meeting in Chantilly, Virginia.
According to Bilderberg's list
of attendees for this year, present at the secret
meeting was Timothy Geithner, the Fed's President in New York.
It therefore came as no great shock to see Geithner
call for a globalized banking system in this morning's Financial
Writing in Monday's Financial Times, Mr Geithner,
a key US policymaker throughout the credit crisis and one of
the main architects of the rescue of Bear Stearns, says that
the US Federal Reserve should play a "central role"
in the new regulatory framework, working closely with supervisors
in the US and round the world.
Bilderberg elites have long been at the center of international
financial activity as a globalizing force pushing for more and
more centralization of the world's banking framework.
In 2003, the BBC uncovered incredible archived Bilderberg documents
which confirmed that the EU, with its single market and later
monetary union, as well as the single Euro currency itself, were
the brainchild of Bilderberg. Click
here for the full MP3 file.
This weekend's meeting saw a gathering of representities from
Deutsche Bank, The Bank of Finland, The Royal Bank of Scotland
The Austrian Kontrollbank, The European Central Bank, The World
Bank, Banca d’Italia, Canadian TD Bank, Chase Manhattan
Bank and Merill Lynch, in addition to finance ministers from Greece,
UK and France, as well as professors of economics and correspondents
from The Economist.
Bernanke, Chairman of the Federal Reserve, also present
at Bilderberg 2008 (pictured), deserves special mention as he
was caught on video speeding away from the meeting late Saturday
For all those who still deny Bilderberg is a major
player in terms of international policy making, this provides
another example of the influence and sway the elite group has
on the rest of the political and corporate world.
Despite this weekend gathering of so many heads
of global finance, as well as David Rockefeller, Henry Kissinger,
the secretary general of NATO, CEO's of the world's biggest corporations,
U.S. politicians and European royalty, the corporate media has
completely silent, a factor that cannot fail to worry
even the most staunch naysayers.
We fully expect to see many more Bilderberg luminaries
pop up via various corporate media outlets over the next couple
of weeks as they disseminate talking points from the past weekend's