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A high-level conference on globalisation is to be held later this month at a secluded location in Oxfordshire.  The Ditchley Foundation, with strong links to the Trilateral Commission and the Bilderberg Group, and with no less than 27 peers amongst its governors, is holding a joint conference with the Chicago Council on Foreign Relations from 21st to 23rd June.  In the chair will be Sir Mark Moody-Stuart, former Managing Director of the powerful Royal Dutch/Shell Group, and now a member of the Trilateral Commission.  We understand that a number of 'distinguished men and women' will attend a conference interestingly entitled "Globalisation - what to do about the losers?"

The recognition that there are losers is refreshing, but since the losers (workers, consumers, developing nations, the poor as a whole) vastly outnumber the winners (financiers, bosses of multi-national corporations, bureaucrats, politicians on the make) it is hard to see how Sir Mark can lead the conference in a positive direction without compromising his own first-class elite credentials.  What the globalists are currently doing about the losers is (a) ignore them, (b) divide them, (c) throw them the odd concession only to grab it back later, and (d) keep them entertained with sex, TV and sport.  

The Ditchley Foundation is at Ditchley Park, Enstone, Oxfordshire, OX7 4ER, Telephone: 01608 677 346 Website: 

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