This week’s world politics reconnaissance: Secret rulers of the Western world NATO far-right elitists founded by an SS officer and censored by the BBC due to meet on 31st May 2012. The Bilderberg Conference looks to be taking place in four weeks just down the road from the CIA headquaters in Chantilly, Virginia, USA. Royalty, top bankers, media moguls, big business and favoured politicians will be in attendance. Press will not be allowed near the place. BBC trustee Marcus Agius who is also charman of Barclays bank is a ‘Bilderberger’. Expect an announcement about the US presidential race in the week after Bilderberg. Anders Behring Breivik who killed 77 people in Norwegian terror attack using the term ‘counter-jihad’ rather than Zionism which is what he really supports. Oslo based UN worker Torstein Viddal’s taboo breaking article which suggests Breivick is part of a much wider Zionist racist network which is linked to Nazism. Breivik visited the UK to meet a founder member of the English Defence League (EDL) and others back in 2002. Who was pulling Breivik’s strings and why are Norwegian prosecuters trying to pretend he had no accomplices? Bahrain Grand Prix goes ahead despite fascist repression of Bahrain regime, Channel 4 news team arrested and their driver beaten. Bahrain is a crucial strategic port for a potential NATO attack on Iran. Is Formula One too close to fascism bearing in mind that former F1 chief, and regular guest on BBC Question Time, Max Mosley stood in Salford East for the Union Movement, post-war successor to his father’s British Union of Fascists, in the 1964 General Election? What is discredited Scotland Yard Anti-terror cop John Yates up to helping an arab dictatorship? France’s presidential candidates Francois Hollande versus Nicolas Sarkozy but The Economist magazine, which represents corrupt City interests, would vote Sarkozy. Gloucester born ‘extremist’ Saajid Badat met Osama Bin Laden. But is that such a big deal? Much terrorism is perpetrated by Patsies, Moles and Technicians as part of Western intelligence operations so he may well have been a patsy. National Health Service worker Mike Levine from Bristol and District Anti Cuts Alliance (BADACA) explains how the NHS is being privatised. Mike points out the problems with Foundation Trusts being too much like commercial businesses and has produced a pamphlet called ‘The Privatisation of the NHS, It Can Be Stopped If People Know What Is Happening’ Next week is traditional workers’ day Mayday and Mike talks about next Saturday’s ‘March For The NHS’ through Bristol City Centre starting at College Green at 11am. Next week’s mayoral referendum with former Sainsburys’ Home Delivery manager turned council officer and prospective mayoral Peace Party candidate Craig Clarke who doesn’t want a rich person to be mayor. Are we being bumped into this by central government? What will the powers of an elected mayor be? Mayor will be able to wade in to council bureaucracy and bang heads together. Craig recounts a conversation with Conservative Lord Mayor Peter Abraham where he was offered free labour which he turned down hen told Craig, ‘You should be a bit more selfish’. Craig found this frustrating as he doesn’t think people in the council should be selfish at all. According to Craig the inner circle of Bristol City Council’s officers are the ones who control Legal Services, Finance and Money. The only way to stop a rich person being mayor of Bristol is to vote that way. Craig hopes to stand for the Peace Party if Bristol votes ‘Yes’ next week. Julian Parry gives us more detail on his Rolling Referendum. Political parties funded from taxation but all voters allowed to switch their contribution to whichever party they wish at any time either online or by post. When ministers put forwad bad policies their funds would go to their political rivals. If government were to get less than 20% of total funding queen would dissolve parliament and call another general election. Julian and his friends’ policy to get away from the present elective dictatorship, a proposal being put to Lord Monkton of UKIP.