| Peter Carrington |
(deep politician, politician)
|Born||Peter Alexander Rupert Carrington|
Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom
|Died||9 July 2018 (Age 99)|
|Parents|| • Rupert Carington|
• Sybil Marion Colville
|Children|| • Alexandra Virginia|
• Rupert Carrington
|Member of||Bilderberg/Steering committee, British-American Project, Trilateral Commission|
UK Deep politician. Bilderberg chairman. President of the Pilgrims Society. Secretary General of NATO. Chairman of the UK Conservative Party. Busy guy.
Lord Peter Carrington was a UK deep politician and UK Conservative party politician. His public jobs included Secretary General of NATO. From 1983 to 2002, he was President of the Pilgrims Society. He relinquished the Chancellorship of the Order of St Michael and St George on 7 June 1994, and was appointed Chancellor of the Order of the Garter on 8 November 1994, a role from which he retired in October 2012.
Secretary General of NATO
Director of RTZ
Margaret Thatcher's government, through negotiations led by Foreign Secretary Lord Carrington, a Director of RTZ for the past five years of Conservative opposition, stated that it has "no international obligation to terminate the uranium contracts".
While continuation of the contracts defies the 1971 Opinion of the International Court of Justice, for the first time ever, it also dismisses out of hand several specific UN General Assembly and UN Security Council Resolutions on the issue.
One has to ask the British Government through Lord Carrington, how it is able to make such a statement when Britain is currently at the very centre of international negotiations to determine the future legitimate independence of Namibia and the freedom of its people?
The Rossing File awaits the answers to these questions from those responsible.
Events Participated in
|Bilderberg/1983||13 May 1983||15 May 1983||Canada|
|The 31st Bilderberg, held in Canada|
|Bilderberg/1984||11 May 1984||13 May 1984||Sweden|
|The 32nd Bilderberg, held in Sweden|
|Bilderberg/1987||24 April 1987||26 April 1987||Italy|
|35th Bilderberg, in Italy, 106 participants|
|Bilderberg/1989||12 May 1989||14 May 1989||Spain|
La Toja Island
|37th Bilderberg meeting, 110 guests|
|Bilderberg/1990||10 May 1990||13 May 1990||New York|
|38th Bilderberg meeting, 119 guests|
|Bilderberg/1991||6 June 1991||9 June 1991||Germany|
Steigenberger Hotel Badischer Hof
|The 39th Bilderberg, 114 guests|
|Bilderberg/1992||21 May 1992||24 May 1992||France|
Royal Club Evian
|The 40th Bilderberg. It had 121 participants.|
|Bilderberg/1993||22 April 1993||25 April 1993||Greece|
Nafsika Astir Palace Hotel
|The 41st Bilderberg, held in Greece|
|Bilderberg/1994||2 June 1994||5 June 1994||Finland|
|The 42nd Bilderberg, in Helsinki.|
|Bilderberg/1995||8 June 1995||11 June 1995||Greece|
Nafsika Astir Palace Hotel
|The 43rd Bilderberg. Held at the Burgenstock Hotel in Burgenstock, Switzerland.|
|Bilderberg/1996||30 May 1996||2 June 1996||Canada|
|The 44th Bilderberg, held in Canada|
|Bilderberg/1997||12 June 1997||15 June 1997||US|
|The 45th Bilderberg meeting|
|Bilderberg/1998||14 May 1998||17 May 1998||Scotland|
|The 46th Bilderberg meeting, held in Scotland, chaired by Peter Carrington|
|Bilderberg/2013||6 June 2013||9 June 2013||Watford|
|The 2013 Bilderberg group meeting.|
|Document:The Rossing File:The Inside Story of Britain's Secret Contract for Namibian Uranium||pamphlet||1980||Alun Roberts||Scandal in the 1970s and 1980s of collusion by successive British governments with the mining conglomerate Rio Tinto to import yellowcake from the Rössing Uranium Mine in Namibia (illegally occupied by apartheid South Africa) in defiance of international law, and leading to the targeting of UN Commissioner for Namibia Bernt Carlsson on Pan Am Flight 103 in December 1988.|
- Who's Who. 199
- "No. 53691". The London Gazette. 7 June 1994.
- "No. 53843". The London Gazette. 8 November 1994
- "No. 60301". The London Gazette. 17 October 2012.
- Rockefeller, David (2002). Memoirs. Random House. p. 412. ISBN 0-679-40588-7.
- Document:The Rossing File:The Inside Story of Britain's Secret Contract for Namibian Uranium