Sunday, January 27, 2013

endtimes to usher in new age?? egypt a rolemodel for the implementing of NWO?

thanks to justasheep!

http://www.aljazeera.com/news/middleeast/2013/01/201312651337922261.html

27th January 2013 07:32 Military mission to riots Egypt considering declaration of emergencyA City in Egypt Erupts in Chaos Over SentencesA black blog emerges in egypt comes the man who financed anonymous-movement"George Soros, the billionaire investor, has predicted riots on the streets and global class war as the economic downturn results in a new "age of fallibility"

In an interview ahead of a speech at the World Economic Forum in Davos, the 81-year-old said that for the first time in his career he was baffled by the current state of the market, and saw no way to avoid a violent crisis which at its worst could result in the total collapse of the financial system."
"The best-case scenario is a deflationary environment. The worst-case scenario is a collapse of the financial system. We need to move from the Age of Reason to the Age of Fallibility in order to have a proper understanding of the problems."
"he warned this could lead to the erosion of civil liberties and installation of a police state. Asked about the likelihood of riots in the US, he said: "Yes, yes, yes. It will be an excuse for cracking down and using strong arm tactics to maintain law and order which, carried to an extreme, could bring about a repressive political system, a society where individual liberty is much more constrained.."
also: CURRENCY WAR!

"Hacker group Anonymous downs US government site
...The Anonymous operation came just days after US Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano warned of a looming "cyber 9/11" that could especially target critical infrastructure planks such as water, electricity and gas lines.
The loosely affiliated network of hacktivists, has attacked sites around the world, including those of MasterCard and Visa, the Justice Department and the Tunisian and Yemeni governments."
http://www.google.com/hostednews/afp/article/ALeqM5jAiGB6hRbzKGNS5CjhOJmcbhj-Lw?docId=CNG.692ba5cd5a28f6161309f4b382ad66f9.1b1

stay tuned!
farmer

Saturday, January 26, 2013

solana praising article


"Javier Solana, the Spanish-language world

Gifted with an innate sense of diplomacy, was the only driver of foreign and defense policy of the European Union

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ANGEL TRISTAN PEPPER "Europe must stop being stage to be an actor." Javier Solana said this, the December 21, 1998, during a dinner at the Hotel Santa Catalina, after giving a lecture as Secretary General of NATO, when it was strong candidate for Mr. CFSP in the European Union. One of the Spanish more global and more international influence summarized its key idea for the new post, senior Council for the Common Foreign and Security Policy, which would take office on October 18, 1999 and which would for a decade of progress, until November 2009.

Stop being stage to be an actor. A statement of principles was implemented during his leadership as High Representative for Foreign and Security Policy (and therefore as Commander of EUFOR in the same period), and then, over the years and the retirement of batch of great statesmen, broke. And that bankruptcy coincided with the great financial crisis, in which inbred politics replaced the expansive, and doubt to certainty, and the 'merkaliato' shattered that image, that idea in Europe was only a fleeting comet the North Star to mark the global navigation.

"O resources flow from north to south, or people flow from south to north." Another exact definition, very expressive, the phenomenon of massive avalanche of boats and canoes they wanted to reach the north through the door canary. Diners nodded. They were simple words, a basic picture, but getting to explain a complex problem. Summary of European commitment.

Actually, things in perspective views, arguably Javier Solana Madariaga was destined to be a mainstay of the new Europe, by his mother's maiden name: Salvador de Madariaga, one of the fathers of the European community, was his uncle . Always was a convinced European, and his brother Luis, although not an 'Atlanticist'. This followed a late vocation, and surely a first derivative of Europeanism: all Europe was in some way, or in varying degrees, in NATO.

Heavy-lifting

The Socialists have tended to have, especially in the Franco and then because of it, a militarist tic, by extension, bolted with national symbols, the anthem, the flag, and defense policy. Only the leaders were into 'the thing' European immunized against the virus of political adolescence. The statesmen brush with the likes of Helmut Schmidt German, or Italian Sandro Pertini, or Mitterrand himself, with all the grandeur and uniqueness of De Gaulle French legacy? was filing down the rough edges. NATO Meanwhile, in those critical days, was emphasizing his status as "the most formidable machinery of peace of all time" in the words of its General Secretary Manfred Woerner. Soviet traps to renew the aging fleet of SS-19 missiles by the SS-20, greater range and payload, the Allied counteroffensive unleashed. O becomes the status quo, and recovers the strategic balance, or Western missiles are replaced by the generation of the most destructive Cruise and Pershing.

It was a hot end to the cold war. The USSR could not stand the pressure. And its internal contradictions did implode the Soviet giant, whose embarrassments, and his great weakness, were exposed as the mummy of Tutankhamun motheaten for years, and it can be ascertained without any curse from beyond the grave.

This scenario had points of agreement with the Socialist victory of 1982. That PSOE had not yet detached from the consequences of secrecy and solitude in a Spain where civil war was not over in practice. Until the 1978 Constitution had survived the spirit of 39. From 1 April, exactly. Those "young Spanish nationalists" who spoke of the American press, the resounding electoral success shook successive slaps the realism. Felipe González feinted to go to see his first attempt rejection resign 'officially' doctrinaire Marxism at the XXVIII Congress.

Javier Solana (Madrid, July 14, 1942), professor of solid state physics (a very appropriate name for what came later), was appointed Minister of Culture (1982-1988), and to him, among other things, should Press the liquidation of the Movement, called the Transition State Press. With bids or cooperative formulas, informative striker of the old regime was quartered, exploded, and delivered, in large part, to private media companies. An effective way to democratize information. And probably, as some socialists claimed, an action that only they could do. "The right to have the insured had held the assignment to his own, as he has done with its large privatizations Aznar," said at a meeting of 'guerristas' a minister of those days. Pluralism reached the provinces.Where there was a journal of the Movement went on to have a 'product' democratic. The Spanish regional newspapers grew by independent publishers that approached the European model.

Diplomatic and competent

It was an effective minister in the ministries occupied, probably has been the most versatile. Spokesman Minister between 1985 and 1988, Minister of Education and Science from 1988 to 1992, and finally, the final springboard to Europe: Minister of Foreign Affairs from 1992 to 1995. In all functions deployed the 'spell Solana', which was nothing but a combination of efficiency, courtesy and diplomacy. In power, he honed his skills as a negotiator and best search for consensus. The truth is that sometimes has seemed a pied piper. When Felipe Gonzalez won the referendum itself to NATO on March 12, 1986, against the tactical opportunism Fraga, who against their ideas and promoted abstinence program, to defeat the socialist leader, and the definite no Communist left-Spain acquired a specific weight in the international arena and particularly in NATO and the European Union. 9,054,509 yeas titanic endorsed the campaign of Gonzalez. He not only won in Catalonia, Navarra, Basque Country and the province of Las Palmas. In total, 6,872,421 noes.

That was in March. The June 22 general elections are held and the socialist leader renews an absolute majority, but lost 18 seats. But back him nearly nine million citizens: 8901718.

The Universal Exposition of Seville and the Barcelona Olympics in 1992, V Centenary of the Discovery, with a process of industrial restructuring and economic and political progress placed Spain in a good position to take lots of power in international organizations. In the cycle of corruption in the final years of Philip Javier Solana was one of the politicians who maintained his image as a whole, to which it added its well-earned reputation for tireless worker, loyal European, born negotiator?

In 1995 Spain had the opportunity to occupy the general secretariat Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) in a key moment in history ally. Defeated founding the great enemy, the USSR, the Warsaw Pact disappeared, dismembered Soviet Union, with a faltering Russian Federation, Yeltsin led a colorful, populist and lush, NATO had to update and redefine their goals. Reply back to the classic big questions in life: who we are, where we come from, where we want to go? The rapidly changing world. Europe saw with terror that immobilized, the outbreak in the Balkans. Would most prolific period ended the old and oft-troubled continent? Would the horror of war? Could it be the former Yugoslavia, united under the strong hand of Marshal Tito, a powder keg that blew all illusions again? How to contain the Serbs, and generally as deter hatreds between Serbs, Croats, Bosnians ..., how to make Russia go from being an enemy to be a friend and partner, how to convince their leaders that NATO was essential for its security even the Russians to new risks that clouded the horizon, radical Islam on its borders, or in some of its 'Tanes' mafias that could control failed states in its former republics of the Caucasus or Asia?

Antiatlantista and pacifist

The person chosen to steer this process was a pacifist and former antiatlantista: Javier Solana. The choice, however, is unanimously judged a great success. "It was a providential statesman", told me years later in Brussels, a senior French official.

On several occasions groups of Spanish journalists, along with other expeditions arrivals of individual members or by appointment countries to enter the organization, almost all of the former communist Europe, we were invited to exhausting days of study, including seminars, visit to key facilities such as the super base AWACS spy planes based in Geilenkirchen, west of the RFA, whose flight, with its huge radar in the back of the fuselage, have been frequent in the area of ​​influence of the Canary Islands, and briefings with the general secretaries. I was at one with Manfred Woerner, in the tense moments of the deployment of cruise missiles, and another with Javier Solana.

In 1998 prenavidad Solana was in the Canaries. He lectured at the Santa Catalina, followed by a lively dinner conversation, with a commitment to confidentiality, and held several meetings with socialist leaders islanders who alternated with rest days in a hotel in the South. We were talking alone, a couple of hours, in a small, cozy lounge, with single and silent presence of the photographer Andres Cruz.

In the intro was drawn a little character profile. "The secretary general of NATO takes care over his words in public, he sells and exports Security and Cooperation. Flee therefore the confrontation and phrases outright. Among friends, or off the record, which is very comfortable and it goes frequently-expressed yet razor sharp and sincerity their opinions about the timing and circumstances that have lived, and actually considered historic and exciting. (?) is working hard Brussels constantly traveling to the most remote and troubled the world, but continues to live in Madrid, where he travels every weekend you can ... "

There are little things that change, that indeed progressing inappropriately. Christmas 1998, and a topical question then and now. Missing the enemy of the Urals' I said there are hot spots in Central Europe, but it seems that the increased risk may come from North Africa. There's the fundamentalist phenomenon (Islamic terrorism root) Algeria has an uncontrollable situation ...

Javier Solana became serious. He raised the palm of his right hand, to accompany a word of attention. "I'll be careful," he warned, "these matters". He left because the diplomat Solana, Solana that "takes care over his words in public," Solana which aimed to make friends, separating conflict states.

"I think many mistakes even semantics. I first of all let me say that we are working in what we might call stability export. Exporting stability to Central and Eastern Europe, but also countries that were former members Soviet Union, which are the countries of Central Asia, the Caucasus countries. You ask the south. With other countries in the Mediterranean shore I believe the European Union and NATO have a responsibility, but responsibility of friendship and positive cooperation. I do not think you have to see there opponents. Must see friendly countries with which one wants to work ... " and takes to explain everything that was being done, the Mediterranean dialogue that was launched in 1994 to Spanish initiative, recalls the Barcelona meeting, the first Euro-Mediterranean chair for him, and that opened a dialogue with different vectors : political, economic, cultural and security.

(Sixty-one years ago, on August 18, 1933, Manuel Azaña presided over the Council of Ministers of the Second Republic. Socialist Fernando de los Rios, Azaña account in his memoirs, "has told us of a great fantasy that has had (?) aims to take the lead in diplomatic talks to reach a deal Mediterranean ").

At night, after a busy dinner, open dialogue held with fifty guests, the subject of emigration, and was when he said a phrase repeated and then made a fortune for its simplicity and almost plastic expressiveness: "O resources flow from north to south, or people flow from south to north."

Spring diffuse

In 2003, when the king of Morocco promoted a reform agenda, Solana again demonstrated his skills as visualization of the future: the best protection for our security is a world of well-governed democratic states. The best means of strengthening the international order Spreading good governance, supporting social and political reform, fighting corruption or abuse of power, establishing the rule of law and protect human rights. "Quote from the European Strategy drafted and was signed by the governments of the 27. can guess the root of the Arab Spring. Though this text that the 27 raised for internal action has been the strongest attacks from within: the neoliberal reforms that take advantage of crises collide each of these principles. Europe is doing to himself otherwise than advisable for others.

That day in the parlor talk of Hotel Santa Catalina, the secretary general of NATO and future Mr. CFSP, categorically rejected fears that a strengthening of the role of the Alliance, but Atlantic archipelago could create problems with the neighboring countries, as argued by some parties of nationalism and left more or less radically opposed to the desire for peace of the Canary Islands. It was clear. "At the end of the twentieth century all have the same vocation, the vocation of peace. Now does not make sense to consider a country to be neutral.? Neutral versus what? Fortunately there are (already) adversaries, no blocks. Tried to transform time of the confrontation in the era of collaboration. (...) Today, on the contrary, not being in that collective security scheme is to try to isolate and provide what each can contribute to building peace and building stability. " Another time-and remember this was his success that NATO-maintained special relations with Russia and Ukraine, "a core country for European security", and had built more than thirty countries in the Partnership for Peace.

No doubt his perfect command of English, studied between 1965 and 1970 in several U.S. universities on a Fulbright scholarship, and his fluent French, thanks to friction in Brussels, were an essential tool for your personal contact strategy with hundreds of rulers and world leaders. He was in over one hundred countries, some up to a dozen times. Europe, Africa, Middle East, Asia, the Americas, from Canada to the southern tip ... It is reputed that his agenda has private numbers of all the leaders who had been learning. In America he studied with Nicolas Cabrera exiled physicist at the University of Virginia, one of the sons of the canary Blas Cabrera, born in Arrecife in 1878, and recognized worldwide as one of the most important Spanish scientists in history.

Final bombardment

The then Secretary General of NATO, which maintained close relations with the White House, had participated in the demonstrations against the Vietnam War. It was a very active student leader: became president of the Association of Foreign University.

The March 24, 1999 NATO aircraft (acronym) bombed targets in the former Yugoslavia in the Kosovo war call. A thousand planes, taking off mainly from Italian bases and Tomahawk missiles launched from the air or from ships and submarines, crushed Serb troops who carried out a ruthless ethnic cleansing. On June 10, with the surrender of Slobodan Milosevic ended operations, which in turn served notice to mariners.

In the tranquility of the cozy snug Hotel Santa Catalina, that December 1998, exactly three months before these events of war, the man who was going to end with all the means at its disposal to cruelty unleashed in the Balkans spoke of their efforts . "... Yes, it is a new covenant in the sense that it has new missions," he warned."Perhaps the clearest examples (?) Is the fact that we are trying to bring peace to Bosnia, something unthinkable a few years ago, and we are involved in the peace of Kosovo would be equally impossible. (?) The Alliance opens, opens as the EU, the countries of central and eastern Europe to try to actually rebuild the divided Europe. "

Retired from frontline politics leads Barcelona Chair in Leadership and Democratic Governance in Esade, without losing sight, "even not a second" as a partner confesses, European news, which saddens him safely. His phone rings as usual, in both directions. The selective Charlemagne Prize of Aachen, which brings together the elite of Europeanism, the story credited to their status as fathers of the new Europe."
http://www.laprovincia.es/canarias/2013/01/27/javier-solana-espanol-mundial/511000.html

Tuesday, January 22, 2013

"a new year of global conflict"

Dr. Solana from the Economic World Forum in:

"DAVOS – In today’s world, identifying and managing hotspots is not simply a matter of pulling out a map, spotting the wildfires, and empowering diplomats to douse the flames. To understand today’s major conflicts and confrontations, we must recognize important ways in which global political conditions enable them.
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Conflicts are much more likely to arise or persist when those with the means to prevent or end them cannot or will not do so. Unfortunately, this will be borne out in 2013.
In the United States, barring a foreign-policy crisis that directly threatens national security, President Barack Obama’s administration will focus most of its time, energy, and political capital on debt reduction and other domestic priorities. In Europe, officials will continue their struggle to restore confidence in the eurozone. And, in China, though the demands of economic growth and job creation will force the country’s new leaders to develop new ties to other regions, they are far too preoccupied with the complexities of economic reform to assume unnecessary costs and risks outside Asia. That is why the world’s fires will burn longer and hotter this year.
This does not mean that the world’s powers will not inflict damage of their own. Today, these governments are more likely to use drones and special forces to strike at their perceived enemies. The world has grown used to US drone strikes in Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Yemen, but recent news reports suggest that China and Japan are also investing in unmanned aircraft – in part to enhance their leverage in disputes over islands in the East China Sea. By lowering the costs and risks of attack, these technological innovations make military action more likely.
Perhaps the lowest-cost way to undermine rivals and attack enemies is to launch attacks in cyberspace. That is why so many deep-pocketed governments – and some that are not so rich – are investing heavily in the technology and skills needed to enhance this capability.
This form of warfare is especially worrisome for two reasons. First, unlike the structure of Cold War-era “mutually assured destruction,” cyber weapons offer those who use them an opportunity to strike anonymously. Second, constant changes in technology ensure that no government can know how much damage its cyber-weapons can do or how well its deterrence will work until they use them.
As a result, governments now probe one another’s defenses every day, increasing the risk of accidental hostilities. If John Kerry and Chuck Hagel are confirmed as US secretaries of state and defense, respectively, the Obama administration will feature two prominent skeptics of military intervention. But high levels of US investment in drones, cyber-tools, and other unconventional weaponry will most likely be maintained.
These technological advances create the backdrop for the competition and rivalries roiling the two most important geopolitical hotspots. In the Middle East, US and European officials will continue to resist deeper involvement in regional turmoil this year, leaving local powers – Turkey, Iran, and Saudi Arabia – to vie for influence. Confrontations between moderates and militants, and between Sunni and Shia factions, are playing out in several North African and Middle Eastern countries.
US officials have reason to believe that, over time, they will be able to worry less about the region and its problems. According to current projections, technological innovations in unconventional energy will allow the US to meet more than 80% of its oil demand from sources in North and South America by 2020. China, on the other hand, is set to become more dependent on Middle Eastern output.
Meanwhile, East Asia will remain a potential trouble spot in 2013. Many of China’s neighbors fear that its ongoing economic and military expansion poses a growing threat to their interests and independence, and are reaching out to the US to diversify their security partnerships and hedge their bets on China’s benign intentions. The US, eager to boost its economy’s longer-term prospects by engaging new trade partners in the world’s fastest-growing region, is shifting resources to Asia – though US (and European) policymakers would be wise to move forward with a transatlantic free-trade agreement as well.
There is a growing risk that the new Chinese leadership will interpret a heavier US presence in the region as an attempt to contain China’s rise and stunt its growth. We have already seen a series of worrisome confrontations in the region, pitting China against Vietnam and the Philippines in the South China Sea, and against Japan in the East China Sea. While these disputes are unlikely to provoke military hostilities this year, the use of drones and cyber weapons remains a real threat.
The greatest risk for 2013 is large-scale economic conflict in Asia, which would not only harm the countries directly involved, but would also undermine global recovery. The first shots in this battle have already been fired.
Last summer, disputes over a string of contested islands in the East China Sea led to a furious exchange of charges between China and Japan, the world’s second- and third-largest economies, respectively. The two sides were never in danger of going to war, but Chinese officials allowed nationalist protests to develop into boycotts of Japanese products and acts of vandalism against Japanese companies. Japan’s automobile exports to China fell 44.5%, and China’s imports from Japan fell nearly 10% – all in just one month.
That was a tough hit for a struggling Japanese economy. It is also a clear warning to the rest of us that a fight need not involve troops, tanks, and rockets to exact a heavy price."

Read more at http://www.project-syndicate.org/commentary/a-new-year-of-global-conflict-by-javier-solana-and-ian-bremmer#6RszDSmgP5Fhis4r.99 

Thursday, January 17, 2013

"former almost everything" now also: Mr. East

"Former almost everything Javier Solana (former Mr CFSP, former Secretary General of NATO, former minister, former aide ...) is emerging as an incredible asset of Mariano Rajoy's government to break new ground in the huge Chinese market .
He is an important asset in the acts of the right-wing government of Rajoy that prepares to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the reestablishment of relations between Spain and China. 

So you can read, for example, in a diplomatic courier of Spain's ambassador in Beijing, Eugenio Bregolat , which was sent on 31 October to the Directorate General of North America, Asia Pacific and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Billed as the "subject",in this email, to which daily e-Xclusivo had access, are 8 pages in which Bregolat analyzes the main power groups that could serve Chinese lobby and provides a strategy to penetrate the market Asian giant. The paragraph in question in which Bregolat refers to Solana: "Over the last year [2012] I have held meetings with several think tanks, cited occasions of visit paths of D. Javier Solana, who traveled to Beijing to participate in a meeting of the Core Group of the Munich Security Conference , and to give a lecture at the World Peace Forum organized by Tsinghua University, in which the undersigned Ambassador moderated in one of the debates". It should be noted that Mr. Solana has been appointed to the International Council of Carnegie Tsinghua Center for Global Policy, and professor at Tsinghua University, where he will teach a few days a year . LINK

Saturday, January 12, 2013

how to win votes: promise a possibility to leave EU:)


"David Cameron 'To Offer EU Referendum In 2018' In Dutch Speech
 Cameron will enlist the support of the Dutch when he makes a bid to take back powers from Brussels in a long awaited speech on the EU, it has been reported.
According to The Sun the prime minister will travel to The Hague in the Netherlands on 22 January where he will promise British voters an in/out referendum in 2018 if the Conservative Party is returned to power at the next election.
The paper reports that Dutch prime minister Mark Rutte will support Cameron's call for more powers and money to be returned to individual EU nations.
On Thursday Nick Clegg, no doubt aware of Cameron's planned trip, joked with journalists about the coalition partners' different views on Britain's membership of the EU.
“As a native Dutch speaker I will be at hand to give a translation from double-Dutch to just Dutch," the Lib Dem leader said.
Cameron has kept his eurosceptic backbenchers waiting for quite some time to deliver his EU speech, with a large proportion of Tory MPs unlikely to satisfied with anything less than a promise to hold an in/out referendum.
However Cameron's desire to fashion a looser relationship with the EU could prove tricky. Yesterday a delegation of German MPs told the prime minister not to"blackmail" the rest of Europe with threats.
Washington will be watching Cameron's speech closely, with the Obama administration having warned Britain on Wednesday not to turn "inwards" with a referendum.
Philip Gordon, the US assistant secretary for European affairs, made clear that the United States favoured a "strong British voice" within the EU." LINK

Friday, January 11, 2013

SOLANA SKYFALL!


retired old gentleman? - Javier Solana is the latest of 13 directors of a British spy company...since November 2010!

"....This is a story that has gone on largely unnoticed in the background of the news, towards the end of the news programs and in the middle pages of the tabloid press. It is however a massive conspiracy that I believe may involve the assassination of a British spy, Neil Haywood, in China by one of the Communist party’s most prominent members in November 2011.(farmer: when also skyfall filming began in November 2011 about a British Spy in China who should be assassinated! - the film was officially given a release date of 9 November 2012If you’re interested then please do read on this conspiracy involves both US and British intelligence, corruption in the Communist party of China and the shadowy world of corporate intelligence all coupled with an assassination and Chinese official attempting to defect to American intelligence..."
Hakluyt and Company is not your everyday think tanks, it was founded by two senior former members of the Secret Intelligence Service (SIS) named Christopher James who’s job at six was to lease with the top UK firms (he may also have been SAS before to joining six) and Mike Reynolds who created the counter-terrorism branch of the SIS and then worked with MI5’s Middle East desk and both of whom set up the company 1995 working out of an office in Mayfair. Its role according to James is to provide private business with the kind of intelligence usually only accessed by Government by utilising its unique set of contacts to create intelligence reports. It boasts that this information is not available off the net or through the media and it only deals with the business and government elite. 

Hakluyt itself is very media shy for a company whose clients include almost one quarter of the FTSC 100 companies and it’s no wonder, it is in effect the intelligence service of the corporate elite and the founders have created a mega-intelligence company that few know off. Not only does it draw form the vast number of ex-SIS officers but also members of big business and ex-government officials. James stepped down and managing director in 2006 and was replaced by ex-MI6 officer Keith Craig. However other members of Hakluyt’s “international advisory board” however include former US presidential candidate Bill Bradley, a former Foreign Minister for Australia, Sir David Manning former Ambassador to the United States and Javier Solana a former Sectary General of NATO to name but a few members of what makes up this truly international corporate intelligence service that is augmented with former members of MI6."

read the whole chinese assassin story here: Link

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Hakluyt & Company Limited is a British private intelligence agency, "...staffed almost entirely by ex-intelligence [services] staff", according to a 2006 report in The Times.[1]

"In joining Mayfair-based Hakluyt, Sir John follows in the footsteps of his Rolls-Royce predecessor, Sir Ralph Robins, who sits on Hakluyt's advisory board, as well as diplomats including Sir David Manning, who was Tony Blair's principal foreign affairs adviser in the lead-up to the invasion of Iraq.
Past advisory board members also include Sir Fitzroy Maclean, on whom Ian Fleming is said to have modelled James Bond." Link



Directors/ Officers

http://www.cdrex.com/javier-solana/1342370.html
"Hakluyt, which also operates as the "Hakluyt Foundation," is part of a pattern established by MI-6 in the 1960s, when several "consultancies" – e.g. Diversified Corporate Services, operating out of Rome, London, and New York – were set up as, essentially, fronts. As one source describes the spookish origins of Hakluyt:
"Set up in 1995 by the late Sir Fitzroy MacLean, with a board that includes a former Royal Dutch Shell managing director and a former BP deputy chair, the Hakluyt Foundation provides leading British businesses with information that clients ‘will not receive by the usual government, media and commercial routes’. Hakluyt’s managing director, Christopher James, was until 1998 in charge of MI6′s liaison with commerce, while a fellow-director, Mike Reynolds, was regarded as one of the Service’s brightest stars."
Heywood’s affiliation with Hakluyt, with its top drawer political and corporate connections – including links to British oil  and mining interests – is a strong indication there’s more to his death than is at first apparent. This is an outfit that sports Javier Solana, former EU foreign minister and NATO secretary-general..." LINK
These days the German press asks about the involvment of politican, head of CDU party fraction (and like Solana Bilderberger and also head of „Deutsche Gruppe der Trilateralen Kommission e. V., Berlin“) Michael Fuchs with this spy-company: http://blog.abgeordnetenwatch.de/2013/01/09/michael-fuchs-kassierte-geld-von-nebuloser-beratungsfirma/

btw. also is Solana listed as Director of the European Council for Foreign Relations here:

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stay tuned!
farmer