Conservative Monday Club
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|Conservative Monday Club|
Meet the President: The Monday Club delegation to Croatia, 12 October 1991
|Membership||• John Biggs-Davison|
• Harvey Proctor
The Conservative Monday Club was set up by Le Cercle member, Robert Gascoyne-Cecil to oppose Harold Macmillan’s “Winds of Change” decolonisation policies of the 1960s.
The official website in July 2015 stated that it is dedicated to:
* The monarchy
- The Sovereignty of a British Parliament under the Crown.
- Strongly maintaining that Great Britain remains an independent country.
- Support our cultural and historical heritage.
- One United Kingdom of Great Britain & Northern Ireland
- A strong and efficient defence capability
- The strengthening and maintenance of law and order.
- A sound economy
Many members of the Monday Club are mentioned in the Mary Moss Elm Guest House VIP Paedophile Party List.
Deep political connections
The origins of the group are closely connected to Le Cercle.
European chair of Le Cercle, Julian Amery, was a member and later patron of The Conservative Monday Club.
John Biggs-Davison, another Cercle member, was an active member.
The Monday Club prepared a coup against the Labour government of Harold Wilson.
1 of the 2 of the members already have pages here:
|John Biggs-Davison||UK politician who attended Le Cercle|
- ↑ https://www.dailymaverick.co.za/article/2017-10-24-declassified-apartheid-profits-le-cercle-the-phantom-profiteers/
- ↑ http://www.conservativeuk.com/views.htm
- ↑ https://thefreedomagenda.wordpress.com/2013/12/19/the-mary-moss-elm-guest-house-vip-paedophile-party-list-uk-establishment-closes-ranks-as-organised-child-sex-abuse-network-leads-back-to-no-10/
- ↑ https://isgp-studies.com/le-cercle-pinay
- ↑ https://www.opendemocracy.net/ourkingdom/edward-wilson/from-reactionary-revolution-to-consolidation-11-february-1975-to-7-may-2015