Conservative Party

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Group.png Conservative Party  
(Political party, ConservatismPowerbase Sourcewatch SpartacusRdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
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HeadquartersConservative Campaign HQ, 4 Matthew Parker Street, London, SW1H 9NP, England
LeaderLeader of the Conservative Party
Typeparty
Member ofInternational Democrat Union
SubpageConservative Party/Chief Whip
Ruling political party of the United Kingdom

The Conservative Party is closely associated with the deep political milieu, Le Cercle, also associated with the Conservative Monday Club, which was started by a Cercle member.

 

A Quote by Conservative Party

PageQuoteDateSource
Internet/Censorship“Some people say that it is not for government to regulate when it comes to technology and the internet. We disagree.”May 2017Buzzfeed

 

Related Quotation

PageQuoteAuthorDate
South Africa/Deep stateAlfred 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.”Jim Macgregor
Gerry Docherty
2017

 

Employees on Wikispooks

EmployeeJobAppointedEnd
Clarence MitchellHead of Election Media MonitoringMarch 2010May 2010
Carrie SymondsDirector of CommunicationsJune 2017August 2018

 

Party Members

PoliticianBornDiedDescription
Jonathan Aitken30 August 1942UK deep politician, Cercle chair, convicted perjurer
Michael Ashcroft4 March 1946Billionaire former deputy chairman of the Conservative Party
Harriett Baldwin2 May 1960
Stephen Barclay3 May 1972British Conservative MP and Minister
James Buckley9 March 1923
Simon Burns6 September 1952
Alun Cairns30 July 1970
Christopher Chope19 May 1947Conservative MP for Christchurch and East Dorset
John Cordeaux23 July 19024 January 1982UK Conservative Party politician and intelligence officer.
Francis DashwoodDecember 170811 December 1781
Daniel Finkelstein30 August 1962Member of the House of Lords
William Gladstone29 December 180919 May 1898
David Greenhalgh25 December 196729 July 2021The Leader of Bolton Council who died suddenly after opposing a central government enforced lockdown in his town.
Philip Hammond4 December 1955British Conservative politician
Daniel Hannan1 September 1971Conservative Party MEP
Philip Harris15 September 1942Tory businessman in House of Lords. Key supporter of market-based education 'reforms' in England.
Roger Helmer25 January 1944
Damian Hinds27 November 1969UK Minister of State for Security and Borders
Peter Hitchens28 October 1951
Andrew Hunter8 January 1943
Rachel Johnson3 September 1965
David Jones22 March 1952Welsh Conservative MP; former minister
Theresa May1 January 1956
Edward McMillan-Scott15 August 1949
Esther McVey24 October 1967British MP, former minister and newsreader. A part of the COVID-19/Resistance.
Stephen Milligan12 May 19487 February 1994A Tory MP and Parliamentary Private Secretary to Jonathan Aitken. Died a bizarre death, purportedly by suffocation.
John Moore-Brabazon8 February 188417 May 1964
Oswald Mosley16 November 18963 December 1980Rose to fame in the 1930s as the British Union of Fascists (BUF).
Patricia Rawlings27 January 1939
Angela Richardson21 October 1974Conservative MP for "Guildford, Cranleigh and our villages"
John Sainsbury2 November 1927Founder of the supermarket chain. Bilderberg Steering committee member.
Bob Seely1 June 1966English politician.
Desmond Swayne20 August 1956Dissident English politician.
Hugo Swire30 November 1959British Conservative politician mentioned in Jeffrey Epstein's black book.
Henry John Temple20 October 178418 October 1865A British politician who served twice as Prime Minister in the mid-19th century.
Maggie Throup27 January 1957British scientist and Tory MP, serving as UK/Minister for Covid Vaccine Deployment
William Waldegrave15 August 1946Creator of the hugely unpopular UK poll tax. Chairman of the Rhodes Trust. 4 Bilderbergs. Involved in exporting weapons to Iraq, the denied this in "untrue letters" to MPs. Associate of spooky Victor Rothschild.

 

Related Documents

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:Cognitive Dissidents?Article27 May 2019Alun SmithI voted remain but I would happily leave under a Corbyn government with a deal that protects our rights and our jobs. Isn't that the sensible thing to do now? Isn't that the compromise that can bring us all together again?
Document:The new alliance between anti-vaxxers and the far right is a deadly threatArticle1 August 2021Paul Mason"Though they claim to be “peaceful”......by setting themselves up as the victims of genocide, the anti-vaxxers give themselves permission to threaten violence.....Those behind the “crime” are said to include governments and the World Economic Forum (WEF)" because the real fascists are the ones that oppose oppressive government mandates and forced injections.
Document:What is the Plan - the Plan is to have no PlanArticle10 July 2018John S WarrenThe Brexit political mess we are now in, and the deep divisions and rancour that have been created were foreseeable and inevitable: it is a complete, shambolic mess. And be in no doubt: a 2nd Scottish Referendum will now require only 50% + 1 vote. Nothing else is sustainable now.


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