Will Bilderberg Summon Obama’s New Trade Representative To The Table?

Jurriaan Maessen
May 10, 2013

Assistant to the President of the United States and Deputy National Security Advisor for International Economic Affairs, Michael Froman / Photo by World Economic Forum, via Wikimedia Commons

President Obama recently nominated current Deputy National Security Advisor for International Economic Affairs, Michael Froman, for the post of US Trade Representative. Although the nomination requires Senate approval, it is expected Froman will soon start at his new job, not only overseeing US trade policy but to advance the “global trade agenda” pursued by the Obama administration. As member of the Council on Foreign Relations, Froman has an impressive résumé, making him a likely participant for the upcoming Bilderberg meeting near Watford in the UK.

Froman, whose career was given a boost by his former classmate and associate on the Harvard Law Review Barack Obama, will likely be further advanced by a possible participation at the coming Bilderberg conference. I would submit that the likelihood of Froman attending the coming conference is just about 90 percent. We find Froman’s predecessors attending Bilderberg and the Trilateral Commission on a regular basis. For example, Obama’s last appointee, Ron Kirk, has moved in- and out of Bilderberg-related entities on a regular basis. Former US trade Representative Susan Schwab is a member of the Trilateral Commission. The other former Trade Rep (under George W. Bush) enjoying key globalist conferences, Mr. Robert Zoellick, is a Bilderberg regular, visiting the confab so many times he must have lost count by now.

The other reason I’m speculating Froman will be present at Bilderberg 2013 is the ongoing effort to merge the two major world blocks, such as the United States and the European Union, into one overarching power-monolith. Quite recently both Froman and Kirk (his direct predecessor) admitted to the fact Barack Obama is negotiating with the EU “toward a transatlantic trade and investment partnership”. During a conference call, Kirk stated that that the US and the EU should “seize the opportunity to develop new disciplines in emerging areas that have confronted trade, such as the involvement of state-owned enterprises and increasing use of localization measures as barriers to trade.”

Froman, who also made remarks at this particular conference call, pointed out that “this is potentially a very big deal. Between the U.S. and the EU, we account

This article originally appeared on : Infowars