Further to my investigation into the Bilderberg group in the last issue of Enigma, I can reveal exclusively that Tony Blair lied to the UK Parliament when questioned about his knowledge of the Bilderberg Group.
One very handy feature of the Internet - and probably one of the reasons the government are trying to censor it - is that of finding sources of information very quickly and from anywhere in the world.
Not only have I managed to locate the probable location of the 1999 Bilderberg meeting; Portugal - more information as soon as I get it - but I have also discovered a record of Tony Blair's written answers to questions on Monday 30th March 1998.
Actually listed in the official record under the sub-title "Bilderberg Group", Mr Gill MP asked, "Which members of his [ie. the PMs] Government have attended meetings of the Bilderberg Group" - to which the Prime Minister replied [holding answer 16 March 1998], "None."
You can view the original Hansard record here.
Apart from other members of the Government, I have discovered that Tony Blair himself attended the 1993 Bilderberg meeting held in Greece. This was revealed in a complaint submitted by the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standard, against Mr Kenneth Clarke's attendance at the same meeting.
I have reproduced the entire Memorandum submitted by the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards on the page opposite so that you can read the entire report.
The question posed in my mind is not so much Tony Blair attending the Bilderberg Meetings in the first place, but why he should feel the need to lie about it when asked in Parliament.
It is also interesting to note that he attended along with Kenneth Clarke, a member of the opposition party. Whilst it is also known that Margaret Thatcher used to attend meetings with Denis Healey - also publicly opposite in the political arena, it does make you wonder what is discussed at these top secret meetings in which people supposedly in opposition share their views on global matters.
It's also interesting to notice that most high ranking politicians attended one or more Bilderberg meetings before they reached the top office. For instance, Margaret Thatcher, Bill Clinton, George Bush and Tony Blair. Is attending a Bilderberg meeting a preliminary audition for becoming Prime Minister or President? A lot of people would say "Yes".
However, for the time being it makes for an interesting pastime, perusing the list of recent attendees and seeing if one can guess who might be a future PM or President.
Considering William Hague was present at the last Bilderberg Meeting, me thinks he might be someone to keep an eye on.