Monday, 24 May 2010

The Cameron Chronicles - the Making of a Puppet-Prime-Minister (Memory Note no. 3)


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Memory Note no. 3 - the 3-party scam

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In Britain, we have a ‘3-party-system’ – the only guys that ever get in government are either the Liberal Democrat Party, the Labour Party, or the Conservative Party – the Lib-Lab-Con parties. What you need to remember for this memory note is that ALL 3 of these parties are controlled by the Elite and sing off the song-sheet written for them by that Elite. You think it’s 3 parties, but really it’s just one party – the Lib-Lab-Con party. It’s a Lib-Lab-Con SCAM – a Lib-Lab-CON – and it appears that they’re all different, but when push comes to shove on the issues that matter to the Elite, they’re all the same. They might fight amongst each other a bit, but really they’re all having their strings pulled by the Elite, as I shall now explain…



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Probably the most frequently-cited source on the background of David Cameron is a book called ‘Cameron: Rise of the New Conservative’ by biographers Francis Elliot and James Hanning, which is my main source for this section. I have also used as a source the television documentary ‘Cameron: Toff at the Top’ by Conservative columnist and author Peter Hitchens. Hitchens says in the documentary that he believes the Conservative Party (Tory Party) has been taken over by an ‘elite’ who really have no care of Conservative philosophy at all and are instead working with the other parties with no real political differences. I would agree, except that this ‘elite’ are answering to much more powerful dynasties and families that I described in the first memory-note – the real ‘Elite’ of the Round Table. The families and their lineage are very important, which is why I will be focusing on the genealogy and lineage of some of these people.


Our current Prime Minister, and leader of the Conservative Party, David Cameron, was brought up in Peasmore in Newbury, where he had a very privileged upbringing.
His privileged upbringing makes sense when you realise the background to his family – both his father’s and his mother’s side have a privileged and aristocratic heritage. The family his mother comes from is called the ‘Mount’ family, and they have belonged to the British establishment for a very long time. Cameron’s great-great-great-grandfather on his mothers’ side, William Mount, was an MP for an Isle of Wight seat and had considerable wealth. William Mount’s son, William George Mount, was an MP for Newbury; in turn, William George Mount’s son, William Arthur Mount, was educated at Eton and Oxford, two very elite schools. William Arthur Mount’s son also attended Eton and Oxford, and, as we shall see, David Cameron (William Arthur Mount’s grandson) also attended both Eton and Oxford.
On his father’s side, David Cameron’s great-great-grandma, Lady Agnes Duff (whose parents were the 5th Earl of Fife and Lady Agnes Hay) had a son called Duff Cooper, who became Sir Winston Churchill’s Minister of Information during WWII. The Minister of Information was the title for the head of the Ministry of Information, a war-time propaganda-outlet (and which I will come to later) and this is certainly fitting, considering Cameron would later spend time as a corporate spin-doctor.

David Cameron also happens to be distantly descended from King William IV, which makes him a fifth cousin, twice removed, from the Queen of England. The British Royal family might be called the ‘Windsors’, but they are actually a German family that go by the name of ‘Saxe-Coburg-Gotha’, and the Queen of England, Elizabeth II, is the current head of that family. This means David Cameron has some definite blue-blood ancestry…


David Cameron is also very distantly related to his fellow Conservative (and mayor of London) Boris Johnson. Boris Johnson’s genealogy was investigated on the TV programme ‘Who Do You Think You Are?’ in 2008, and it was discovered that Boris is descended from Adelheid, Baroness de Pfeffel. Boris’ full name is ‘Boris de Pfeffel Johnson’, and his name-sake ancestor, Adelheid, Baroness de Pfeffel, was an illegitimate daughter of Prince Paul of W├╝rttemberg, who himself was great-great-grandson of King George II. Since King George II was also Dave’s greatx8-grandfather that makes Dave and Boris both distant cousins.
It was Boris Johnson who suggested earlier this year that all 16-year-olds in Britain should be forced to take compulsory national service. ‘It might have a military side. The military are keen to get involved’ he said.
The man has a love of the ancient world, nobility, Percales, the Roman Emperors – that sort of thing – so I suppose it’s quite fitting that he too has blue-blood ancestry.

According to The Sun, Tory Andrews (an amateur genealogist) has discovered that David Cameron is also related to fellow politician from the ‘opposing’ Labour Party, Harriet Harman. Allegedly, Tony Andrews stumbled across the fact that Harriet Harman’s aunt — Elizabeth Harman — married Cameron’s great uncle — Frank Pakenham, the 7th Earl of Longford. Harriet Harman also has a ‘posh’ background – she is the niece of the late Countess of Longford.

When I say that we are being ruled by a network of inbreeding families, I ain’t joking!



Heatherdown prep-school

These kinds of families tend to send their children to what are called ‘prep-schools’, or ‘boarding schools’, which are usually very strict and harsh. These schools prepare the next generation for leadership/service in the establishment, and, usually, the more elite the prep-school, the more heavy the indoctrination and strictness.
Cameron is no exception, and he was sent to Heatherdown Prep-school in Berkshire at the age of 8, and stayed there until he was 13. A former master at the school said it was ‘the most select school in the country’, and you would think it would be – both Prince Andrew and Prince Edward went there.



Eton

After Heatherdown, the next step for Cameron was to attend the ‘public’-school at Eton, where he went from the age of 13 to 18. These ‘public’-schools are actually incorrectly named since they are actually private fee-paying schools and are basically the British equivalent of the American ‘Ivy League’ schools, which wealthy families like the Bushes attend. These ‘public’-schools are the next step in the preparation after prep-schools – the school at Eton that Cameron attended has produced nineteen (now twenty) Prime-Ministers, and is where the royal children go. They are bred for a future of ‘running the country’, as the Channel 4 documentary ‘How Boris Met Dave’ described it. Boris Johnson also attended Eton at the same time as Cameron, and they did indeed meet each other while there.
The author Nick Fraser said in that particular documentary that ‘Etonians’, as they are known, are the ultimate pragmatists interested chiefly in power – and this is a quirk that appears in Cameron’s character time and time again. Robin Harris, Cameron’s first boss and former Director of the Conservative Research Department, described Cameron as such: ‘I don’t think that in any shape or form he could be described as a Conservative in philosophical terms. He has no principal sense of direction; his only sense of direction is upwards. The opportunism he displays is deplorable. I don’t think one should aspire to lead Britain on the basis of day-to-day opinion polls, but that is how he…I fear, would conduct himself if he were ever in number 10 Downing Street.’

Cameron is now in 10 Downing Street, and it certainly appears he has never had a real ‘Conservative philosophy’. Literary critic and contemporary of Cameron at Eton, James Wood, said: I don’t recall [Cameron] being involved in any political activity at Eton’. Cameron’s English Teacher at Eton, Jeff Branch, also said that Cameron never seemed to show any interest in politics, and he also seems to fit the description of Etonians given by author Nick Fraser. According to his unofficial biographers, someone who met him on a school holiday, around his early adolescence, said he was ‘a typical Etonian, and nothing like as funny as he thought himself’. Also according to his biographers, the mother of an associate of his said Cameron told her ‘women have the intellectual span of a gnat’ – and this arrogance I am highlighting here seems like another quirk of his character. A conservative who has known Cameron since Eton is alleged to have said ‘he’s hugely arrogant’ and another contemporary of his at Eton said he had a talent for impressing those who matter. He also is described as having a ‘steely-drive’ and Rupert Dilnott-Cooper, who worked with him at Carlton Television, said ‘I’m confident that he would be capable of being as ruthless as he needs to be [to be successful in politics]’. He’s starting to sound quite like Nick Fraser’s description of the ‘ultimate pragmatists interested chiefly in power’ now, isn’t he? Etonians are known to be ruthlessly competitive, so his ‘steely-drive’ and pragmatism would make sense.
He also seems to have developed a timely interest in the subject of Politics just before A-levels.

Now, I am highlighting more negative aspects of his character in order to understand where he is today, but I’m sure David Cameron is not really too bad a person. We all have darker sides of ourselves, and it’s those ‘dark-sides’ that the Elite families like to exploit and use as leverage to get people to assist their goals, as they do with David Cameron.

In all, Cameron seems to have fitted-in well at Eton; he was reportedly a bit of a ‘non-entity’ there, but was fairly easy-going, very sociable, and, after his change of direction, the subject of Politics became his forte.



Oxford

The next logical step in his upbringing into the British establishment was to attend Brasenose College at Oxford University in 1985, where he studied Politics, Philosophy and Economics
for 3 years. Boris Johnson also attended Oxford University, and the two would rub shoulders a few times there once again.
It seems that since being at Oxford, Cameron has attempted to keep himself clean of any potential future ‘scandals’, which again appears to be his ambition and goal-oriented mind. Is this his ‘ultimate pragmatist’ coming out, perhaps? He was also reportedly known by various people at Oxford for turning on the ‘charm’ with certain people, to stay as part of the ‘in’ crowd.

Cameron would not be involved in student politics at all at Oxford; in fact, his contemporary Giles Andrae (Worcester College, 1985-88) said that he had no idea whether or not Cameron wanted to pursue a career in politics, and still really doesn’t now. Writer and Oxford-ian James Delingpole also agreed – he said that Cameron didn’t really seem into politics at all.
The only society Cameron was active in at Oxford was the ‘Bullingdon Dining Club’ – and quite an elitist and aristocratic society that is, too.


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The Bullingdon Dining Club – Cameron is photographed standing with Boris Johnson, a future partner at Goldman Sachs, and various other snobbery gentle-folk


The Bullingdon Dining Club is a club known for being populated by aristocratic, elitist bullies, and for their vast boozy dinners and debauched shenanigans. The ‘Buller’ saw themselves as being in a class of their own, and were inclined to revel in the antagonism they provoked in others. Needless to say, David Cameron was not one for the wilder side of the Buller, but it is known that at one point Boris Johnson is supposed to have thrown a plant-pot through a shop window as part of some typical, ritual Bullingdon-carnage.
The club has had as members Edward VII (prior to becoming King, obviously), Sebastian Grigg (a partner at Goldman Sachs), Boris Johnson, Cameron’s fellow Conservative George Osborne, and Nathanial Rothschild, to name just a few. It is believed that George Osborne and Nathaniel Rothschild developed their friendship at Bullingdon, and this would be the beginnings of a very important relationship between George Osborne and the Rothschild family that I will come to later.


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(1) George Osborne, (2) Harry Mount, (3) Chris Coleridge, (4) Lupus von Maltzahn, (5) Mark Petre (6) Peter Holmes a Court, (7) Nat Rothschild, (8) Jason Gissing


As you can see in the above photo of Bullingdon, it appears that this particular image has been edited or ‘photo-shopped’. The exact reasons for this remain a mystery, but it appears that two figures have been deleted or edited out in some way, where the two circles are. Mark Petre appears to be leaning on thin air…

The club abides by the law of ‘Omerta’, and has wild, bizarre initiation rituals. No women are permitted to join.


The subject of ‘Politics’ at Oxford is known for being very hardening and vicious, and this certainly must have allowed Cameron to sharpen his wit and controlled-viciousness, which are of course necessary for a career in politics.

At Oxford, Cameron managed his time with ruthless efficiency and a remarkable degree of self-discipline. He also stayed psychologically anchored to his upbringing. Reportedly, he didn’t really have what is considered an ‘average’ time at Oxford, I would guess because he seems to have kept himself more reserved in case of any scandals in the future. He acquired a First in the summer of his third year, and was proud of his achievement.



Smith Square Conservative Research Department

After graduating from Oxford, Cameron’s next step was to move into a job for the Conservative Party at the Conservative Research Department (CRD), which was at the time located in Smith Square in Westminster, London. The CRD’s Director (and Cameron’s first boss) Robin Harris told Conservative broadcaster Peter Hitchens: ‘by that late 80’s, a lot of people were coming into the Conservative Party…who saw it as a way of advancing their careers. They weren’t necessarily highly motivated…I would say that [Cameron] fitted into that broad category.’
However, his political career did not begin like most others at that time – it began with some judicious prodding from no less than Buckingham Palace.

The CRD’s Deputy Director explains it this way: ‘Shortly before David Cameron’s interview, the telephone rang. The voice announced that it was calling from Buckingham Palace. Its tone was distinctly grand. The person on the other end of the line said, “I understand that you are to see David Cameron…I am ringing to tell you that you are about to meet a truly remarkable young man”’
The identity of the caller remains a mystery, and some have suggested it was an equerry to the Queen Mother, but no one knows for sure.


The CRD was very important to Cameron’s development. It was here that he made a number of important contacts, like his fellow Eton/Oxford graduate, Ed Llewellyn, and fellow Oxford-ian Ed Vaizey. He also met a woman called Rachel Whetstone, who would be very prominent in his future; last, but most definitely not least, he met a young PR-man called Steven Hilton.

Steven Hilton, a product of Christ’s Hospital School and Oxford, is a part of the REAL ‘power-behind-the-throne’, and appears to be an asset of the Elite that works behind-the-scenes to run the Conservative Party. Oxford was and still is a major centre for the Round Table Group, and was named by Carroll Quigley as being so. It is also a centre for other secret societies. ‘Cameron does not say anything in public unless it has been “cleared” by Steven Hilton.’ said Andrew Pierce, assistant editor of the Daily Telegraph. ‘Hilton IS the shadow leader of the opposition.’ Cameron and Hilton would develop into a dynamic-duo after working together in the CRD, especially during the successful 1992 election campaign for John Major.

Other members of Cameron’s current inner-circle that have worked at the CRD include George Bridges and George Osborne – names to remember for later.


This ‘inner-circle’ from Cameron’s time at the CRD would become known as the ‘Brat-Pack’, and later on, the ‘Notting-Hill Set’. The Labour Party also had their version of the ‘Notting-Hill Set’ – the ‘Primrose-Hill Set’.
Now, it’s well known that there was a lot of ‘political flirtation’ between the Conservative’s ‘Notting-Hill Set’ and Labour’s ‘Primrose-Hill Set’, and in fact they were both just two parts of the same bloody thing. In public, it looks like their two different parties in their staged arguments on TV, but behind-the-scenes, they’re pretty much singing to the same tune. ‘I did get to know [the Primrose-Hill Set + Notting-Hill Set]’ said Derek Draper, former Labour Adviser. ‘There’s no speech made by these people [Labour’s Primrose-Hill Set] 5-10 years ago, where they were disagreeing with what the Conservative Party had become or was doing, and the reason for that is very simple – is because they didn’t!’

An ‘extraordinary’ number of Blair’s backroom-staff towards the end of his regime were actually on good terms with David Cameron. John McTernan was a former colleague of Cameron’s, and has called him ‘genuinely talented’. Ben Wegg-Prosser numbers Cameron in a circle of Tory friends that include ‘Notting-Hill’ types like Ed Vaizey and Steven Hilton. Blair’s former speech-writer Philip Collins has as his agent Tif Loehnis, wife of Cameron’s good Eton-Oxford friend, Dom Loehnis! They’re all the same bloody guys, at the end of the day!


In any case, in 1988 Cameron was taken on at the CRD and soon fitted his beliefs to his surroundings once again. At the CRD, he thrived on being ‘one of the gang’, and those outside his inner-circle said ‘he wasn’t charitably disposed to those who thought differently from him’ and ‘could be a little-sharp-tempered.’ Another said. ‘He saw it [staying with the ‘in’ crowd] as a way of making himself look good to make other people look stupid. He was a bombastic bully dismissive of those who didn’t agree with him.’

Broadcaster and Conservative party politician Michael Portillo once said of Cameron: ‘I have heard that he is not, sometimes, as nice in private as you might think, which is also something you hear about Blair.’ David Cameron is pretty much a Tony-Blair-Mark-II, and has been hailed as the true ‘heir-to-Blair’ by fellow Conservative Politician Michael Gove, who himself admits that he ‘admires’ Tony Blair – the former leader of the party he’s supposed to be opposing!


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Cameron’s first boss, Robin Harris, concluded of him: ‘I think David Cameron is an out-and-out opportunist…I don’t believe Cameron believes in anything’ – and that’s the truth of the guys in Downing Street, and behind-the-scenes, right now. All they really care about is getting power and attention from their bosses – the Elite.
At the CRD, Cameron gained a great insight into the behind-the-scenes working of British politics and Downing Street, especially from his involvement in what became known as ‘Black-Wednesday’. He also witnessed the successful Conservative campaign in the 1992 General Elections, and learned a great deal from it.



Tuscany

In 1992 the Cameron family went on a family-holiday to Tuscany (a favourite holiday location for Tony Blair and a centre for the Secret Society network unveiled in the P-2 Masonic scandal). It was here that Cameron met his future wife, Samantha Cameron, or as she was known back then, Samantha Sheffield. The two would later become man and wife in 1994. But who exactly is Samantha Cameron?

Samantha Cameron, or Samantha Sheffield as she was known back then, is no less than the current heiress to the Astor family-fortune. The Astor’s are a family that were named by Carroll Quigley as being VERY prominent in the Round Table Secret Society, and have a history of being involved with Freemasonry.
Samantha’s mother is a woman called Annabel Astor, Viscountess Astor. She was born Annabel Jones, the daughter of Timothy Jones and Pandora Clifford. Timothy attended both Eton and Oxford, and his parents were Sir Roderick Jones, who rose to become Chairman of Reuters, and author Enid Bagnold. Timothy married Pandora Clifford, a daughter of Sir Bede Clifford, GCMG (Order of St. Michael and St. John), CB (Order of the Bath), and former governor of Trinidad and Tobago. Pandora was also the god-daughter of the Duke of Windsor (Edward VIII, the Hitler-supporter), and had a strong Catholic upbringing. After having Annabel and a son, Pandora and Timothy divorced, and then in 1961 Pandora married Conservative Party politician and Etonian Michael Astor, 2nd Viscount Astor.
Samantha’s mother, Annabel, married Sir Reginald Sheffield, 8th Baronet, with whom she had Samantha.

Sir Reginald Sheffield, Samantha’s dad, has a lineage that can be traced back to the crusades, and of course inherited the hereditary title of 8th Baronet from his dad, the 7th Baronet. The 1st Baronet, an ancestor of Sir Reginald, was the illegitimate son of the 1st Duke of Buckingham and Normanby. The 3rd Baronet, Sir John Astley, married Eleanor Corbett, Grand-daughter of the 8th Duke of Albans. Tracing the genealogy back to the 1st Duke of St Albans, we find that he was one of two illegitimate sons of the actress Nell Gwynne and King Charles II. This means that, according to Cracroft’s Peerage, Samantha is the greatx8-grandaughter of King Charles II.
If you’ve been following me so far, you might ask ‘wait there, I thought David Cameron was descended from King James I?’ and this is true. David and Samantha are actually both distantly related – they are 11th cousins twice removed!

Among properties that Sir Reginald Sheffield’s family have owned is none other than Buckingham Palace, back when it was known only as ‘Buckingham House’.

Annabel divorced Sir Reginald after he had an affair with her friend Victoria, and went on to marry her step-father Michael Astor’s nephew, the Etonian, William Astor, 4th Viscount Astor. And this is how Cameron’s wife is heiress to the Round-Table-family Astor’s fortune.

Basically: Cameron is married into the heart of the Round Table.


Interestingly, Cameron’s Conservative inner-circle friend, Rachel Whetstone, would later become romantically-involved with Samantha’s step-father, William Astor.



Queen Anne’s Gate – Home Office

After Norman Lamont lost his place in 11 Downing Street in May of 1993, at the age of 26 Cameron lost his job he had there, and instead was taken on as a special adviser to the Home Office’s more junior ministers by Michael Howard, who had been made Home Secretary.

While working here, Cameron would join a right-wing Dining Club run by Martin Ivens, The Sunday Times Deputy Editor, known as the ‘Fellow Travellers’, and would once again thrive on being with the ‘in’ crowd, and fitted his personal beliefs to the crowd again. Journalist Alice Thompson once wrote of Cameron’s gang and generation: ‘If youth is oppositional, it should be natural for young people to search for an alternative to the status quo. In fact, they tend to go into Tory politics as a fast-track substitute for the civil service. There is no question of real spiritual commitment; they are impelled by an attraction to power.’ And Cameron certainly was climbing the shadowy ladder to ‘power’.

It was around this time that George Osborne, who had graduated last May from Oxford, was invited to apply for a job at the CRD, the Conservative Research Department, where Cameron had already been. Osborne was invited by his friend George Bridges, who is the grandson of Sir Edward Bridges, Winston Churchill’s cabinet secretary. Osborne was given the job that Cameron had performed in the political section, and his boss there was Rachel Whetstone.
George Osborne is akin to Steven Hilton in that he is a main-man in running things in the Conservative Party behind-the-scenes, and is a main part of the Conservative ‘inner-circle’. As I have already said, he has been very deeply involved with the Rothschild family, and has attended Rothschild-dominated Bilderberg Group meetings a number of times, which is most probably where he gets his orders. It was he and Peter Mandelson who attended Rupert Murdoch’s daughter’s 40th birthday party, which was hosted by the Rothschilds at their mansion in Corfu. The argument that transpired in the media between Nat Rothschild and Osborne may or may not have been staged, but I do pretty much know for sure that behind closed doors the Rothschilds and Osborne are on the same page and working together. Osborne knows better than to upset the Rothschild family.

Cameron had more experience behind-the-scenes while working in the Home Office, and was perfectly positioned to witness Labour and Tony Blair take government. He expanded his journalistic contacts, and gained more experience working with PR.



Carlton Communications

Cameron then went for a non-political job in order to launch a political career. Annabel Astor phoned a friend of hers, Chairman of Carlton Television, Michael Green, and asked him whether he would like to employ her daughter’s boyfriend. Green then gave Cameron a job as Carlton’s most senior communications executive.

It’s interesting that Cameron would come to work in propaganda and PR, and learn how public opinion is moulded – an ancestor of his called Duff Cooper was Winston Churchill’s Minister of Information, head of the Ministry of Information. The Ministry of Information was a war-time propaganda outlet for the government in WWI and WWII, and the BBC received orders on broadcasting propaganda from that government department. Etonian George Orwell, who authored the dystopian fiction book '1984', worked for BBC in India in WWII, and based his ‘Ministry of Truth’ in that book on the BBC and the Ministry of Information.
In the book, the world is ruled by 3 major totalitarian regions (EU, NAU, Asian Union, perhaps?), and Britain is known as ‘Airstrip One’. The government has complete control of every British citizen, and broadcasts brainwashing propaganda to every household ‘tele-screen’ through the sinister ‘Ministry of Truth’.


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‘George Orwell’ – real name Eric Blair – worked for the BBC


Look at the world the Elite have constructed – was Orwell prophetic or what?

Cameron was criticized while working at Carlton for being obstructive, bullying, and downright misleading. Reportedly, someone who frequently worked closely with Cameron at this time told his biographers, ‘he could be unfriendly, arrogant’. Ian King, business editor of The Sun, said: ‘Along with other financial journalists, I was unfortunate enough to have dealings with Cameron during the 1990’s when he was a PR man for Carlton, the world’s worst television company. And a poisonous, slippery individual he was, too. Back then, he was far from the smoothie he pretends to be now. He was a smarmy bully who regularly threatened journalists who dared to write anything negative about Carlton – which was nearly all of us. He loved humiliating people, including a colleague at ITV, who he publicly abused as ‘Bunter’ just because the poor bloke was a few pounds overweight…Michael Green [his boss]…operated him the way Keith Harris works Orville’. He received similar, albeit less vehement complaints about his work in PR at this time.

A senior person with good knowledge of how Carlton works said: ‘the ethos when working for Michael Green is that you always do what Michael wants.’ So Cameron has good experience being a puppet for higher powers, then.
When he had been in politics, Cameron had always been careful to be seen as ‘loyal’ to John Major, but in private had said Major was a ‘loser’ and disagreed with him. He seems to have developed this aspect of his character in Carlton to an even greater degree.

He seems to have learned a lot about how public opinion is moulded at Carlton, and is reported to have ‘stood his ground’ there. He learned a lot about working with the media, which would be very useful. During his time at Carlton, he attempted to launch his political career. Conservative Peter Hitchens said: ‘in 1997 David Cameron stood as conservative candidate for Stafford in the North Midlands. This was a winnable constituency, not the usual 1st-time candidates’ hopeless dud seat – an unusual sign of favour from the higher-reaches of the Tory party’. The campaign was ultimately unsuccessful, but gave Cameron and Hilton practice – or, I should say – gave Hilton practice, working on Cameron as a ‘media-personality’.


Witney MP

In 2001 Cameron managed to land himself a seat as MP for Witney, near Oxford, ending his job as a PR-man for Carlton.

Peter Hitchens has pointed out that Cameron’s political views back when he campaigned as candidate for Stafford were very different from the ones he has now, and that would probably be because he seems to have no real ideology other than to get more power and popularity, and to do as he is told, as do his fellow Tory ‘inner-circle’.
Back in 2006 Cameron, as Tory party leader, announced that he believed the delinquency in some of the younger generations was due to a lack of love and affection, and this became known as his ‘hug-a-hoodie’ speech. However, more recently he has claimed that as Tory leader he supports the policy that British citizens have the right to physically attack and assault anyone caught burgling from their house. Now, am I missing something, or is the transition and ‘flip-flop’ from ‘hug a hoodie’ to ‘clobber a robber’, as it became known, completely logical? He’s just trying to say what will appeal most to the masses!

Lord Maurice Saatchi, of advertising agency ‘Saatchi & Saatchi’ that has worked with the Conservative Party in the past, has written about the say-anything-to-get-elected Tories. According to the Telegraph: ‘in an onslaught on the philosophy pursued by Mr Cameron, Lord Saatchi will rebuke the Tories for joining Labour in the "say anything to get elected" Centre ground.’ In the past, Cameron has been against EU-integration, so we’ll see how he flip-flops on that one now he’s in Downing Street…


This period was very important for Cameron, and he learned a great deal. He managed to put into practice the techniques that he had seen employed by politicians while working behind-the-scenes in previous occupations.


Elections 2003-2005 for Conservative Leadership

Conservative Party leader Michael Howard resigned at age 63, and as a result, David Cameron decided to go up against David Davis in elections for the new leader.

Cameron’s campaign team and supporters were all notably very ‘upper-class’, and his close ‘inner-circle’ contacts like Steven Hilton, Rothschild-associate Oliver Letwin, George Osborne, Michael Gove and Ed Vaizey attended a meeting to deicide Cameron’s campaign slogan and tactics. The meeting was of course dominated by PR-man Steven Hilton, and Hilton’s new Cameron was unveiled at a party conference in October of 2005. Hilton had previously, in 1995, assisted John Redwood’s campaign for Tory Leadership, and now did the same for Cameron, but was much more centre-stage. Cameron’s change to trying to be ‘media-made’ coincided with Steven Hilton’s arrival on his campaign team; because of course Hilton was doing what he does best – pulling strings and moulding public perception.
The MPs that pledged loyalty to Cameron’s campaign, while it was in ‘undeclared’ stages, included Hugo Swire, Michael Gove, Boris Johnson, Rothschild-associate Oliver Letwin, Ed Vaizey, George Osborne, and Richard Benyon. At least 4 of the MPs that pledged loyalty at this stage attended Eton, and Newbury MP Richard Benyon is of the Benyon family, who are a grand county family similar to the Mounts. The family has produced a long line of MPs, and his seat in Newbury has been held in the past by both Mounts and Astors.


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‘Ready for Change’, ‘Change to Win’ – I swear I’ve heard all this before somewhere…


Andrew Pierce, of the Daily Telegraph, told a documentary on Cameron: ‘David Cameron is impeccably well-connected with the media, he worked in PR for a TV company for many years…He speaks their language.’ In his campaign, Cameron would use this to his advantage. Cameron’s media-profile far surpassed that of David Davis, who the media reviled and harshly attacked.

Eventually, Cameron beat Davis as new leader of the Conservative Party. For his Chief of Staff, Cameron chose fellow-Etonian Ed Llewellyn, and also recruited George Bridges.
Rachel Whetstone, who had replaced Cameron in his former job at the Home Office after he left, would go on to work at Google in California after her time at the Home Office.



So there you have it – the making of David Cameron as a puppet-Prime-Minister, now answering ultimately to the Elite manipulators.


Cameron is ruthlessly efficient and obedient, and will do what is takes to be ‘successful’ – which in the case of being a media-star Prime Minister means doing as his masters command. He knows that if he wants to be successful in politics, he needs to ‘get in’ with the likes of Steven Hilton, Rachel Whetstone, and Bilderberger George Osborne.
He has also shown that he is close to the Neo-Cons who launched the phony ‘War on Terror’ – Michael Gove is a self-confessed Neo-Con and supporter of the Iraq WMD-scam.


David Cameron is a useful idiot, a puppet Prime Minister, whose strings are being pulled by a ruthless Elite that stand on a pedestal far above him.

Don’t be fooled into thinking that the policies he’ll implement will have been spawned solely from his (or Clegg’s) own mind – they will largely be the machinations and creations of the shadowy Puppet-Masters above him.







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As I have already said, much of the membership of the Conservative and Labour parties are both essentially on each other’s side – the conflict is for public consumption (conflict limited to TV-interview sound-bites). The ‘elite’ Hitchens talks about having taken over the Conservative Party are the same guys as in the Labour Party – and they work for the real Elite just as the Conservative Party ‘elite’ does – two arms of the same beast.


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Many Labour Party members have been attending Round Table meetings at the Bilderberg Group conferences, and been taking orders from there.
Former Leader of the Labour Party and ex-Prime-Minister Tony Blair attended the Bilderberg conference of 1993 in Vouliagment, Greece, back when he was British Labour Party Home Affairs spokesman. A year later, after the sudden and unexpected death of the then-Labour-Party-leader and Bilderberg-man, John Smith, it was Tony Blair who took over. A series of scandals and conflicts destroyed the credibility of the ruling Conservative Government of John Major, and thus Tony Blair would became Prime Minister in a landslide victory in 1997.

John Prescott has also attended a Bilderberg Conference, and I think it’s safe to say he was not an ‘inner-core’ member. Other Labour Party members who have attended include Peter Mandelson, Ed Balls, and Gordon Brown.


Gordon Brown attended Bilderberg in 1991, two years before the conference Blair attended. Once they were in power, Bilderberg Prime Minister Blair and Bilderberg Chancellor of the Ex-Chequer Brown went to work conceding the government’s power to set interest rates to the Bank of England. In fact, the economic policies followed by Bilderberg-Brown were no different in fundamentals to those of the previous Conservative Chancellor, Kenneth Clarke, whom Brown replaced. This is not so surprising when you learn that Clarke is indeed also a Bilderberg-attendee, and attended the meeting with Tony Blair in Greece and also attended at Tumberry in Scotland, in May 1998!

It was revealed a few months ago in the media that a number of Gordon Brown’s staff claimed to have been ‘bullied’ by the man, who they said was very intimidating and angry. These are the kinds of people the Elite want as Prime Minister – whether the bully is David Cameron or Gordon Brown, they’re both going around bossing their inferiors in the same way that they are being bossed around by the Elite – it’s a hierarchical system of bullying and abuse.



Gordon Brown storms out of a TV Interview, without realising he is tethered by his microphone…


Remember the Fabian Society, where ‘leftist’ intellectuals would go to debate and discuss the Elite’s agenda of the World State? Well, it certainly is relevant that Labour have been bringing in the Big-Brother State in the UK, since the Labour Party is itself largely an outgrowth of the Fabian Society.
Many Fabians were involved in the early version of the Labour Party when it was founded originally in 1900, and the Labour Party’s constitution was authored by Fabian Sidney Webb, who drew heavily from the founding documents of the Fabian Society in writing it. Labour Party politicians such as Clement Attlee, Anthony Crosland, Ramsay McDonald, Tony Benn, Richard Crossman and Harold Wilson have all been Fabians. Fabians nowadays include Tony Blair, Gordon Brown, and Ed Balls.



Video of Fabian Brown calling for ‘World Constitution’ to bind nations of the planet


The man that has been THE Rothschild agent and Downing Street manipulator while Labour has been in Government has been Peter Mandelson, who is a regular inner-core Bilderberg member.
For the past few years, he may as well have been our real Prime Minister, since he has been the one calling the shots for Gordon Brown and running much of the show behind-the-scenes. Like I said, he is a regular Rothschild-dominated Bilderberg Group member, and, along with Peter Osborne, went along to Rupert Murdoch’s daughter’s 40th birthday at the Rothschild mansion in Corfu.
It was from that very Rothschild villa that Mandelson was acting as Prime Minister while Gordon Brown was on holiday in August of 2009, which no doubt was good news for Jacob Rothschild, et al.


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‘Um, sir, what is it you desire, sir, for me to do, sir, um, now Brown is gone…?’


Now that Brown is no longer leader of the Labour Party, it believed that his successor will either be, at the time of writing, Fabian and prominent Bilderberger Ed Balls, or Rothschild-supporting Zionist Ed Miliband. So, as you can see, the Labour Party have been controlled by the Elite for a long time, and they aren’t about to give up control now.




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The Liberal Democrat Party was formed when 4 members of the Labour Party jumped ship in 1981 to form a new Party – the Social Democratic Party. This ‘Gang of Four’ were: Lord Roy Jenkins (Bilderberg, Trilateral), Bill Rogers (Bilderberg), Lord David Owen (Bilderberg, Trilateral), and Shirley Williams. They all supported the European Union, or as it were known back then, the European Community, and went on to fuse with the Liberal Party to form today’s Liberal Democrats.
Remember that the Labour Party was an outgrowth of the Fabian Society? Well, the early version of the Liberal Democrats was formed by Round Table agents from the Fabian Labour Party, so really the Lib Dems are just an outgrowth of the Elite’s political-parties.

The current leader of the Lib Dems is Nick Clegg – who has come to be seen as some new ‘anti-establishment’ hero figure, but really he’s nothing of the sort.

He supports the Neo-Con Afghanistan war, and is really every bit as ‘posh’ and a ‘snob’ as David Cameron is. His father, Nicholas Clegg CBE, has had an ‘illustrious banking career’ according to the Daily Mail, as has his brother. His father has been chairman of the United Trust Bank since 2001, and owns a 20-room chalet in the Alps and a chateau near Bordeaux.
Clegg received his indoctrination and initiation into the British establishment at Caldicott prep-school, Westminster boarding-school, and Cambridge University – the counterpart to the elite Oxford University where Cameron went. He has been described by some as a kind of Cameron Mark-II, which I guess makes him Blair Mark-III?


Nick Clegg’s great-great-grandfather on his father’s side was the Russian nobleman, Ignatiy Zakrevsky. Ignatiy Zakrevsky had a number of children, one of which was Clegg’s great-great-aunt, the Russian spy Baroness Moura Budberg Zakrevskaya, who worked for the KGB, and is also believed by some to have been a double-agent, working for both the KGB and British Intelligence. She spied for the Soviet Union in the 1920s and was described by MI5 as ‘a very dangerous woman’. She was also the mistress of British secret agent R H Bruce Lockhart, was has been nicknamed the ‘Russian Mata-Hari’. Soviet spy Guy Burgess was a regular visitor to her apartment.

Ignatiy Zakrevsky also had a daughter called Alexandra Ignatievna Zakrevskaya (Clegg’s great-grandmother) who was a Russian noblewoman, and married a man called Arthur Von Engelhardt. The two had a daughter, Kira Von EngelHardt, who married Hugh Clegg, editor the British Medical Journal. In turn, these two would have a son called Nicholas Clegg – the father of the current Leader of the Lib Dems and Deputy Prime Minister of Britain.


According to the Financial Times:

‘At Cambridge University [Clegg] joined the Conservative association and his early career was tracked by Lord Carrington, a former Tory foreign secretary (and next-door neighbour) who recommended him for a job in Brussels with another Tory grandee, Leon Brittan, the EU trade commissioner.’

Lord Carrington has been a major Round Table manipulator and was in Margaret Thatcher's government. Lord Ashdown, a former agent of MI6, backed Nick Clegg for leadership of the Lib Dems, which led him to where he is today.


As you can see, Clegg has major spook-connections, and is of course most likely a front for the Elite once again, just as Cameron and Blair are and have been.


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Which face do you want to represent your tyrants, the pretty one or the ugly one? ‘Ooh, ooh, the pretty one, the pretty one!’


Despite the fact that record numbers of people are waking up to the Elite agenda, tons of people have still fallen for Clegg, thinking that he’s some messiah figure come to save us from the nasty Labour-ites and Conservative tyrants. How in the hell are we supposed to put an end to all this when people STILL continue to fall for the election shams even after waking up to some of the manipulation?? We have SO much more to do, so much more work to be done exposing this information and getting the word out, we NEED to get beyond relying on puppet-Prime-Ministers and politicians.
Nick Clegg has been compared to Barack Obama, and I think the comparison is somewhat justified – they’ve both been sold and marketed as some grand champion-of-the-people messiah, but really are just a front for the Elite scam-sters behind them.

They’re both just more of the same. Clegg and Cameron have announced that they’re ‘reeling back the Big Brother State’, and now thanks to the moronic efforts of the British public in actually buying that crap, we’re going to realise further down the line, in say 2/3 years from now, that we’re actually much worse off than we were before.



Fact is, whoever we voted for in the General Election – Labour, Lib Dems, or Cons – financial interests would be in government, supposedly the ones ‘regulating’ and ‘reforming’ the banking sector in the new government. The financial crisis has happened under the guys who are now supposed to be stopping it from happening!

A report from the PR group ‘The Madano Partnership’ outlines the fact that the number of MPs with a financial services background has increased two-fold over the past thirteen years.
Editor of alternative news website www.prisonplanet.com Steve Watson writes:
‘One in 10 new MPs have come from a career in investment banking, fund management, or other areas associated with the financial sector, according to the report.
The roll call of MPs includes three former directors of Barclays Bank, a former managing director of JP Morgan, and a former mergers and acquisitions banker at Goldman Sachs.
Former investment bankers and economists at Deutsche Bank, Barings, Warburg, and the previously bailed out Lloyds TSB also hold seats.
Conservative MP Jacob Rees Mogg also previously held management positions at Rothschild and Lloyd George Management in London.’
In 2009, a study of 116 of the world's most successful companies, presented to the Global Forum on Public Governance, revealed that the UK has far more ties between the banking sector and government than Europe or the US. It revealed an ‘old boys network’ that consisted of revolving-door connections between the banks and the regulatory agencies supposedly keeping them in check.
As I wrote in a previous blog:

‘The organisations with more than five revolving door connections were Royal Bank of Scotland, HBOS/Lloyds Group, Barclays, Citigroup, Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, Dexia Group, HSBC Holdings, JP Morgan Chase and Co, Standard Chartered Bank and UBS.’
"The Government and the political classes have very close links to the banking industry," said the report's author David Miller, a Professor of Sociology at Strathclyde University, who specialises in researching lobbying.
"I believe this could be one of the factors behind the disaster that has befallen the financial markets. There has not been enough regulation of these connections.”’


Like I said, Nick Clegg has been compared to Obama in the US, because people are looking to him to save them from the financial crisis and Big Brother government. It is appropriate, because the exact same kind of ‘revolving door’ revealed itself in the US after Obama was elected.
Timothy Geithner, former president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, was appointed by President Obama as United States Chairman of the Treasury. Paul Volcker, former Chairman of the Federal Reserve under Presidents Carter and Reagan, was appointed by Obama as chairman of the Economic Recovery Advisory Board, and it goes on and on.

Washington investigative journalist Wayne Madsen described it to a documentary film crew as being like as if ‘the fox is guarding the hen-house’, and that is exactly how it is.



This is the unfortunate case in our country – and it’ll stay the same whichever of the three parties we vote for




The three major parties are all largely the creation of the Round Table Elite, so we cannot depend on them to save us. And that’s without even getting into Election Fraud…




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