Would-Be World’s Biggest Oil Merger Agreed at Bilderberg
June 6, 2013
Despite countless examples that prove the contrary, detractors, debunkers and non believers continually argue that the Bilderberg group holds no power, and that it is just a talking shop for elite has-beens. Now yet more evidence has emerged that policy and secret multi-billion deals between business heads and government are formulated at the meeting.
The London Telegraph today reports in it’s article titled Bilderberg Group? No conspiracy, just the most influential group in the world, that recently, a major oil deal, in fact what would be the world’s biggest, was formulated at a Bilderberg meeting:
“And for business leaders, it is a perfect opportunity to lay the groundwork for deals.” the report states.
“According to Tom Bergin’s Spills and Spin, the account of the Gulf of Mexico oil disaster, Lord Browne, the head of BP, used a walk by Lake Como at the 2004 gathering in Italy to suggest a vast merger with Shell to create the world’s biggest oil company.”
“Lord Browne left under the impression it would happen.” the report asserts.