Former Presidential candidate and current U.S. SenatorJohn Kerry is rumored to have attended the 2009 Bilderberg conference despite not appearing on the official guest list, suggesting he will play a prominent role in getting globalist-mandated legislation like carbon taxes passed over the course of the next year.
If Kerry was in attendance during the elitist confab at the Nafsika Astir Palace Hotel in Vouliagmeni, Greece then he was breaking federal law in the shape of the Logan Act, which forbids U.S. citizens from engaging in negotiations with foreign governments without express permission. Violation of the Logan Act is a felony, punishable under federal law with imprisonment of up to three years.
In an article headlined, Where in the world is Sen. Kerry?, the Foreign Policy.com websitenotes that, “Sen. John Kerry (D-MA), the chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, has been on foreign travel since Friday,” adding that Hill staffers thought the details of the trip “seemed unusually hush-hush”.
Kerry attended the World Economic Forum as well as a preparatory meeting in Rome in anticipation of the Copenhagen climate change negotiations to be held at the end of the year, which will be used to push an integral part of the globalist agenda - the carbon tax.
Kerry has played a central role in advocating the Obama administration’s so-called cap-and-trade proposal, which will be the entrée for a tax on the life-giving gas that all humans exhale - carbon dioxide.
“Some Hill folk wondered whether Kerry might have also stopped in at the secret Bilderberg Group meeting being held in Athens,” adds the Foreign Policy report. Chief counsel of the Foreign Relations committee Frank Lowestein denied that Kerry attended Bilderberg.
Kerry has some interesting ties to the secretive cabal, for it was Bilderberg that selected his running mate John Edwards during the 2004 election campaign.
Edwards gave a glowing speech at the conference in 2004 held in Stresa, Italy and Bilderberg attendees even broke house rules to applaud Edwards at the end of a speech he gave to the elitists about American politics.
The choice of Edwards was shocking to media pundits who had fully expected Dick Gephardt to secure the position. The New York Post even reported that Gephardt had been chosen and “Kerry-Gephardt” stickers were being placed on campaign vehicles before being removed when Edwards was announced as Kerry’s number two.