George Robertson

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Person.png George Robertson   History Commons PowerbaseRdf-icon.png
(politician, deep politician)
George Robertson.jpg
BornGeorge Islay MacNeill Robertson
1946-04-12
Port Ellen, Scotland
Alma materUniversity of Dundee
PartyLabour
Bilderberger, ex Secretary General of NATO with unknown deep political connections."?" contains an extrinsic dash or other characters that are invalid for a date interpretation.

Employment.png Chatham House/President

In office
? - 2011
Served two terms

Flag of NATO.svg Secretary General of NATO Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
October 14, 1999 - December 17, 2003
DeputyAlessandro Minuto-Rizzo
Preceded byJavier Solana
Succeeded byAlessandro Minuto-Rizzo
Consorted on a daily basis with convicted forger and fraudster, the spook Jan-Willem Matser.

Employment.png Secretary of State for Defence Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
3 May 1997 - 11 October 1999
Preceded byMichael Portillo
Succeeded byGeoff Hoon

Employment.png Shadow Secretary of State for Scotland Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
21 October 1993 - 2 May 1997

Employment.png Member of Parliament for Hamilton South

In office
31 May 1978 - 24 August 1999

George Robertson is a former NATO Secretary General, former head of Chatham house with various spooky connections, such as his adviser Willem Matser.

Connections

As is standard for NATO Secretaries General, George Robertson attended the Bilderberg group prior to being awarded the job (in 1998).[1][2] He was a president of Chatham house until 2011.[3]

Willem Matser

Full article: Rated 3/5 Willem Matser

As NATO Secretary General, George Robertson saw adviser Willem Matser on a daily basis.[4] On 3rd February 2003, Matser, a Dutch Military Intelligence officer, was arrested in his office at NATO HQ in Brussels on suspicion of laundering around USD 200 million for a Colombian drug cartel.[5][6] Also arrested were Pietro Fedino, a crime boss connected to the Colombian Cali cartel and Willem van Voorthuizen, a Dutch estate agent and serial fraudster.[7][8][9]. The money laundering charged was dropped, but Matser was later found guilty of forgery and fraud.[10][11]

Dunblane Massacre

Full article: Dunblane school massacre

Robertson's three children are former pupils of the school in Dunblane where in 1996 gunman Thomas Hamilton murdered 16 children and their teacher. It has been claimed that Robertson was "one of the the people who gave references for Hamilton's firearm license", and Robertson may have attended the same masonic lodge as Hamilton.[12][13]

Anti-handgun campaign

After the massacre, Mr Robertson, a long-time resident of the town, acted as a spokesman for the victims' families. He was also a key figure in the subsequent campaign that led to the ban on handguns in the UK.

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Events Participated in

EventStartEndLocation(s)
Bilderberg/199814 May 199817 May 1998Scotland
Turnberry
Bilderberg/200124 May 200127 May 2001Sweden
Stenungsund


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