Radio host takes over live broadcast
Paul Joseph Watson
June 9, 2013
Alex Jones confronted Bilderberg member and UK Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls shortly before a live BBC broadcast on which Jones was a guest, before Balls was ambushed again in the corridor about breaking the ministerial code by taking part in a secret lobbying meeting.
As we reported earlier this week based on police and government sources, Bilderberg has been under intense pressure to go public about what takes place behind closed doors and a half mile wide security cordon at their annual confab.
That unfolded when Balls was forced to downplay the influence of the group live on the BBC, despite innumerable examples where the organization has steered world events. In addition, Bilderberg steering committee member and MP Ken Clarke was forced to address the issue during the BBC Sunday Politics show.
Balls sidestepped the question about breaking the ministerial code, which states that MP’s cannot attend private meetings without disclosing details to the pubic, by claiming that he was not a minister. However, Balls signed up to that very code when he became a Member of Parliament in 2005.
During his appearance live on the BBC, Alex Jones blew Bilderberg wide open, exposing the organization’s Nazi origins and its central role in coordinating an authoritarian agenda that has zero regard for transparency or the democratic process.
We now have the shadow government on the run. They are being forced to go public and re-brand Bilderberg’s public facade after decades of secrecy which was achieved with the aid of mainstream media complicity.
This article was posted: Sunday, June 9, 2013 at 7:45 am
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