Michael Meacher wants to know what was decided during secret confab
Paul Joseph Watson
June 10, 2013
MP Michael Meacher is to ask an “urgent question” about the Bilderberg Group in Parliament following Prime Minister David Cameron’s visit with the secretive organization while the country is embroiled in a huge lobbying scandal.
“Michael Meacher, Labour MP for Oldham West and Royton, is to ask an urgent question on the Bilderberg conference, on Monday 10 June in the House of Commons,” reports the official Parliamentary website . “The question is expected to commence at 3.30pm, following the conclusion of questions to the Home Office.”
Meacher made an appearance at the site of the protest against the Bilderberg Group last week during which he insisted  the organization should be held accountable. Meacher is seeking to find out what was decided at Bilderberg and how it will effect government policy.
“My objection is that it’s being done in utter secrecy with the police keeping everyone else out,” said Meacher, adding, “When they all get together, it’s not just to have a chat about the latest problem, it is to concert plans for the future of capitalism in the West.”
Prime Minister David Cameron attended the Bilderberg confab on Friday , meeting in secret with power brokers who have a proven track record of steering global affairs from behind the scenes with complete contempt for democracy. Cameron came to power promising his government would represent the most “transparent” in history.
The Bilderberg Group was blown wide open over the weekend when Alex Jones disrupted a BBC Sunday Politics show  after being told to “shut up” by host Andrew Neal.
Bilderberg members Ken Clarke and Ed Balls were also forced to address Bilderberg during the show, and Balls was confronted twice about the issue, once by Alex Jones, once by Paul Joseph Watson, after the taping.
Watch a Sky News interview with MP Michael Meacher below in which the MP explains how Bilderberg clearly will have an impact on government policy. The video of Meacher’s question in Parliament will be added to this story later today.