Irish Politicians Demand Their Finance Minister Be Arrested For Attending 2012 Criminal Bilderberg Meeting
Posted By: Maryhrt
Politicians in Ireland have demanded an account of discussions that the
Irish finance minister took part in during his attendance at the 2012
Bilderberg meeting in Chantilly, Virginia earlier this month.
The Irish Times reports that Minister for Finance Michael Noonan’s
appearance in an unofficial capacity at the secretive elite confab cost
the taxpayer more than €4,300.
The report states that a number of Irish TD’s, parliament members, raised Noonan’s Bilderberg trip in parliamentary questions.
Representatives from Labour, Sinn Féin and the technical group all asked
for more information on the discussions that took place behind closed
doors and away from media scrutiny in the US.
Noonan responded to the questions, but provided scant details, simply
saying that he had been invited “given my position as Minister for
Finance” and “used the opportunity to tell fellow attendees of the
opportunities that exist in Ireland for investors and multinational
He added that another reason for attending the meeting was to promote
the notion that the Irish government has restored economic stability to
“The Irish people have a right to know what their senior Ministers are
saying at a meeting like this, and what stance they are taking on global
issues.” said Pat Nulty, a former Labour whip, adding that Noonan’s
responses were not sufficient.
Posted by John MacHaffie at 10:11 PM