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| Alfred Milner |
(deep politician, diplomat)
23 March 1854
Gießen, Grand Duchy of Hesse
|Died||1925-05-13 (Age 71)|
Great Wigsell, East Sussex, United Kingdom
|Alma mater||University of Tübingen, King's College London, Oxford University/Balliol College|
|Founder of||Milner Group, Secret Elite|
|Member of||Milner Group, Milner Group/Society of the Elect|
A deep politician of singular importance in the UK Deep state of the late 19th and early 20th century.
World War I
From December 1916 to November 1918, he was one of the most important members of David Lloyd George's War Cabinet.
|South Africa/Deep state||“Alfred Milner organized and developed a talented coterie of Oxford graduates inside his South African administration, men who by 1914 held critical positions of power in the City, the Conservative Party, the Civil Service, major newspapers and academia. Carroll Quigley specifically dedicated a chapter of his seminal Anglo-American Establishment to this "Milner's Kindergarten", the men who rose to high office in government, industry and politics. He appointed, trained and developed his chosen men to drive forward the Secret Elite agenda with conviction.”||Gerry Docherty|
|UK/Deep state||“Five principal players, Cecil Rhodes, William Stead, Lord Reginald Esher, Lord Nathaniel Rothschild and Alfred Milner were the founding fathers, but the secret society developed rapidly in numbers, power and presence in the years before 1914. Influential old aristocratic families that had long dominated Westminster were more deeply involved, as was King Edward VII, who operated within the inner core of the Secret Elite. Cecil Rhodes, a mining magnate who made millions in South Africa, had long talked about setting up a Jesuit-like secret society, pledged to take any action necessary to protect and promote the power of the British Empire. He sought to "bring the whole uncivilized world under British rule, for the recovery of the United States, for the making of the Anglo-Saxon race but one empire." * In essence the plan was as simple as that.”||Gerry Docherty|
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