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The list below is from "It's the clever way to power - part 1", we learn they're all part of the old boy network or as the article puts it, “the Oxbridge Mafia”. Their aim is to protect this privileged club whilst systematically defrauding the masses. The slanging matches in the House of Commons are pure theatricals as is the left vs right paradigms debate. Isn't this old-boy network the real reason Herr Braun played second fidlle to Bliar and why the media (replete with old boys) is now lambasting Herr Braun?

Under the Oxbridge Mafia, you get what you’re given and it’s always not what you wanted, not what you asked for and costs you far more in taxes than you would normally pay for even if you did want it.

Anyone who acquires power and wealth is brought into the fold via the “honours” system.

The first-past-the-post scam guarantees that the Oxbridge Mafia will get in time after time.

On Crime, Health, Education, Transport and Defence, they only have the one policy and that is to line their own pockets. Why else would we need endless parliamentary paper shuffling for these rudimentary services?

"Heads of institutions

Cambridge

Hans Blix Former UN weapons inspector (Trinity Hall)

John EatwellFormer chair of the British Library (Queen's)

Christopher Frayling Chair, Arts Council England; chair, Design Council (Churchill)

Eddie George Ex-Governor, Bank of England (Emmanuel)

Mervyn King Governor, Bank of England (King's)

Rachel Lomax Deputy Governor, Bank of England (Girton)

Ed Mayo Chief Executive, British National Consumer Council (Downing)

Nicholas Penny Director of the National Gallery (St Catharine's)

Charles Saumarez Smith Chief Executive, Royal Academy of Arts; ex-director National Gallery (King's)

Nicholas Serota Director and Chief Executive of the Tate (Christ's)

Barbara Stocking Director of Oxfam (New Hall)

Prof Mark Walport Director of the Wellcome Trust (Clare)

Sir Nigel Wicks Chair of Committee on Standards in Public Life (Jesus)

Oxford

Kate Allen President of Amnesty International (Brasenose)

Mary Archer Chair of Addenbrooke's NHS trust (St Anne's)

Richard Calvocoressi Director, Scottish National Gallery (Magdalen)

Ian Blair Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police (Christ Church)

Paul Condon Former Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police (St Peter's)

Cressida Dick Deputy Assistant Commissioner, Metropolitan Police (Balliol)

Vivien Duffield Chair, Clore Duffield Foundation (Lady Margaret Hall)

Marty Feldstein CEO, National Bureau of Economic Research, USA (Nuffield)

Peter Foy Governor, BFI; former MD of McKinsey (St Peter's)

Diana Guy Deputy chair, Competition Commission (Lady Margaret Hall)

Tony Hall CEO, Royal Opera House (Keble)

Jeremy Greenstock Former special representative to Iraq (Worcester)

Lt Gen Nick Houghton Chief of Joint Operations (St Peter's)

Nicholas Kenyon Managing Director, the Barbican Centre (Balliol)

Prof Colin Lawson Director, Royal College of Music (Keble)

Neil MacGregor Director, British Museum (New College)

Brian Paddick Former Deputy Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police; Lib Dem mayoral candidate for London (Queen's)

Jonathon Porritt Former director, Friends of the Earth (Magdalen)

Martin Smith Chair, English National Opera (St Edmund Hall)

Nicholas Stern Former chief economist of World Bank; author of Stern Review on Climate Change (Nuffield)

Ben Summerskill Chief Executive, Stonewall (Merton)

Geraint Talfan Davies Chair, Welsh National Opera (Jesus)

Religious leaders

Cambridge

Dr Barry Morgan Archbishop of Wales (Selwyn)

Baroness Neuberger Rabbi (Newnham)

Dr John Sentamu Archbishop of York (Selwyn)

Dr Rowan Williams Archbishop of Canterbury (Christ's)

Oxford

Michael Nazir-Ali Bishop of Rochester (St Edmund Hall and Fitzwilliam, Cambridge)

Sir Jonathan Sacks Chief Rabbi (New College, and Gonville and Caius, Cambridge)

Politics From whips to prime ministers

The Cabinet

Cambridge

Andy Burnham Culture, Media and Sport Secretary (Fitzwilliam)

Shaun Woodward Northern Ireland Secretary (Jesus)

Oxford

Ed Balls Children, Schools and Families Secretary (Keble)

Yvette Cooper Chief Secretary to the Treasury (Balliol)

Geoff Hoon Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasury and chief whip (Jesus)

John Hutton Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Secretary (Magdalen)

Ruth Kelly Transport Secretary (Queen's)

David Miliband Foreign Secretary (Corpus Christi)

Ed Miliband Cabinet Office minister and Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster (Corpus Christi)

Paul Murphy Wales Secretary (Oriel)

James Purnell Work and Pensions Secretary (Balliol)

Jacqui Smith Home Secretary (Hertford)

Junior ministers and others

Cambridge

Lord Malloch-Brown Africa, Asia and UN Minister (Magdalene)

Stephen Timms Employment Minister (Emmanuel)

Oxford

Lord Adonis Under-Secretary for Children, Schools and Families (Keble)

Kevin Brennan Under-Secretary for Children, Schools and Families (Pembroke)

Angela Eagle Exchequer Secretary (St John's)

Maria Eagle Under-Secretary for Justice (Pembroke)

Helen Goodman Deputy Leader of the House of Commons and Parliamentary Secretary (Somerville)

Meg Hillier Under-Secretary for Security and Counter-terrorism (St Hilda's)

Rhodri Morgan First Minister, Welsh Assembly (St John's)

Ian Pearson Innovations, Universities and Skills Minister (Balliol)

James Plaskitt Under-Secretary for Work and Pensions (University College)

Kitty Ussher Economic Secretary to the Treasury (Balliol)

Lady Vadera Under-Secretary for International Development (Somerville)

Shadow cabinet

Cambridge

Chris Grayling Shadow Work and Pensions Secretary (Sidney Sussex)

Nick Herbert Shadow Justice Secretary (Magdalene)

Oliver Letwin Chairman of the Policy Review and chairman of the Conservative Research Department (Trinity)

David Lidington Shadow Foreign Office Minister (Sidney Sussex)

Frances Maude Shadow Cabinet Office Minister and Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster (Corpus Christi)

Andrew Mitchell Shadow International Development Secretary (Jesus)

Oxford

Peter Ainsworth Shadow Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Secretary (Lincoln)

David Cameron Conservative party leader and leader of the opposition (Brasenose)

Alan Duncan Shadow Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Secretary (St John's)

Michael Gove Shadow Children, Schools and Families Secretary (Lady Margaret Hall)

William Hague Shadow Foreign Secretary (Magdalen)

Philip Hammond Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury (University College)

Jeremy Hunt Shadow Culture, Media and Sport Secretary (Magdalen)

Theresa May Shadow Leader of the House (St Hugh's)

Baroness Neville-Jones Shadow Security Minister (Lady Margaret Hall)

George Osborne Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer (Magdalen)

Owen Paterson Shadow Northern Ireland Secretary (Corpus Christi)

Theresa Villiers Shadow Transport Secretary (Jesus)

David Willetts Shadow Innovation, Universities and Families Secretary (Christ Church)

Lib Dem frontbench

Cambridge

Vince Cable Deputy leader and Treasury spokesman (Fitzwilliam)

Nick Clegg Leader of the party (Robinson)

Julia Goldsworthy Shadow Secretary Communities and Local Government (Fitzwilliam)

David Howarth Shadow Solicitor General (Clare)

Simon Hughes Shadow Leader of the House and party president (Selwyn)

David Laws Shadow Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families (Selwyn)

Sarah Teather Shadow Secretary of State for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform (St John's)

Martin Thomas Shadow Attorney General (Peterhouse)

Roger Williams Shadow Secretary of State for Wales (Selwyn)

Oxford

Danny Alexander Shadow Work and Pensions Secretary (St Anne's)

David Heath Shadow Justice Secretary and Lord Chancellor (St John's)

Chris Huhne Shadow Home Secretary (Magdalen)

Susan Kramer Shadow Minister for the Cabinet Office and Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster (St Hilda's)

Steve WebbShadow Secretary for Environment, Energy, Food and Rural Affairs (Hertford)

Former prime ministers

Oxford

Clement Attlee (University College)

Tony Blair (St John's)

Alec Douglas-Home (Christ Church)

Edward Heath (Balliol)

Harold Macmillan (Balliol)

Margaret Thatcher (Somerville)

Harold Wilson (Jesus)"

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Wow, but this off-topic section is popular, especially when there's a thread that the Oxbridge Mafia don't want published. This thread was just on the second page. After all, this whole forum is blocked from the "free" public library internet access that we pay for with our taxes, though the Oxbridge Mafia allow you to view the site.

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When the families of the murder victims protested over the railway sabotage, No.10 investigated their background and when they were caught doing so claimed it was to see if the protests about their murdered relatives was "politically motivated".

When Charles Kennedy (Glasgow University) opposed the illegal invasion of Iraq, he was politically assassinated. Now all three "factions" of the establishment are led by members of the Oxbridge Mafia. This has come about with the following Watergate-like affair.

"Mark Oaten, Rent Boys and the Secret Police: A View of How England Is Governed at the End of Its History" by Sean Gabb

January 24, 2006

"At a dinner party last Wednesday, I fell into conversation with a friend who is also a friend of Mark Oaten. He – for those of my readers who do not live in England or in the present – was at the time the home affairs spokesman for the Liberal Democrat Party, and was standing for the leadership of his party. I heard from my friend that Mr. Oaten's office had just been burgled. We passed an interesting ten minutes speculating on which of his rivals had commissioned the burglary, and what might have been found. We agreed on looking forward to Thursday morning for the newspaper reports.

Except for a paragraph in The Guardian, there were no newspaper reports of the burglary. The big news instead was that Mr. Oaten had withdrawn from the leadership contest. The lack of coverage of the burglary, together with concentration on its probable effect, suggested some involvement by the secret police. But why should it matter to them, I asked, who led the Liberal Democrat Party? And what was the nature of the dirt they had found in his office and used against him?

The second question was answered this morning by The News of the World. This revealed how Mr. Oaten had been consorting for some time with male prostitutes, and that these had on at least one occasion been paid to humiliate him with what the reporter described as 'a bizarre sex act too revolting to describe.' "

Herr Braun is a piece of crap. But will voting for the Oxbridge Mafia in the guise of David Camoron, who has already started lying with his green credentials whilst his car follows him on his bike to work, be any better? Do we really want to back on the Oxbridge Mafia protection racket?

The answer is to vote for NONE OF THE ABOVE. Even a wasted vote in our rigged First-Past-The-Post scam election would be better than the embarrassment of admitting you voted for the c*** in power.

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The BNP Bogey Man.

The BNP is a stalking horse.

In recent years the turnout has been low. Disillusionment with Nu Labour couldn't be worse. The "sleazy" Tories have not been forgotten, notwithstanding smack-head David Camoron being Bliar's successor with bogus green stunts and promising left as well as right up as well as down, just like Bliar when he was caught on Desert Island Discs claiming one song being his favourite after having claimed another for a different section of the community.

The BNP bogey man is designed to get voters out to vote for the establishment. We know even the lefty Guardian has rigged polls which first showed that Ken Clarke was less popular than Herr Braun (as if) and then, when smack-head came along, claimed that he was more popular than Braun EVEN THOUGH NO ONE HAD EVER HEARD OF HIM.

Margaret Hodge deliberately promoted the BNP in her constituency. Now the Times tells us, "Prepare for a shock BNP victory", to scare us into voting for the establishment. The BNP don't even have any policies and when they've been elected at local councils, suddenly resign. Nick Griffin is . . . suprise, suprise, one of the Oxbridge Mafia.

Under Paddy Ashdown and Charles Kennedy, there was a push for proportional representation, that danger to the Oxbridge Mafia has now been eliminated by Watergate-like raids on the Lib Dem offices, the political assassination of Kennedy and the scorn thrown at Campbell because of his age. Now, Oxbridge Mafia candidate, Nick Clegg stands.

Nu Labour too are obviously aiding the herding of the sheeple towards the Tories. The latest attack on motorists is postal driving fines which, by the time they arrive, you have no chance of collecting the evidence in your defence. Already the traffic wardens (now renamed enforcement officers to give them more authority) have been issuing "ghost tickets", bogus offences, in the hope that the victims of Nu Labour extortion will not bother going to court to protest.

WHEN the Tories win the next election, they will not cancel Red Ken's illegal congestion tax, but will lower it from £25 to £24.99 for a whole week before raising it to £35 due to popular demand cited by the Oxbridge Mafia controlled media and blaming the previous Labour government in House of Commons' Punch 'n Judy show for years to come.

Don't abstain from voting but do vote for NONE OF THE ABOVE!!!!

Remember, IT IS BETTER TO WASTE YOUR VOTE ON THE MONSTER RAVING LOONIE PARTY THAN TO VOTE IN THE NEXT SCUMBAG TO ROB YOU BLIND.

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The BNP Bogey Man.

The BNP is a stalking horse.

In recent years the turnout has been low. Disillusionment with Nu Labour couldn't be worse. The "sleazy" Tories have not been forgotten, notwithstanding smack-head David Camoron being Bliar's successor with bogus green stunts and promising left as well as right up as well as down, just like Bliar when he was caught on Desert Island Discs claiming one song being his favourite after having claimed another for a different section of the community.

The BNP bogey man is designed to get voters out to vote for the establishment. We know even the lefty Guardian has rigged polls which first showed that Ken Clarke was less popular than Herr Braun (as if) and then, when smack-head came along, claimed that he was more popular than Braun EVEN THOUGH NO ONE HAD EVER HEARD OF HIM.

Margaret Hodge deliberately promoted the BNP in her constituency. Now the Times tells us, "Prepare for a shock BNP victory", to scare us into voting for the establishment. The BNP don't even have any policies and when they've been elected at local councils, suddenly resign. Nick Griffin is . . . suprise, suprise, one of the Oxbridge Mafia.

Under Paddy Ashdown and Charles Kennedy, there was a push for proportional representation, that danger to the Oxbridge Mafia has now been eliminated by Watergate-like raids on the Lib Dem offices, the political assassination of Kennedy and the scorn thrown at Campbell because of his age. Now, Oxbridge Mafia candidate, Nick Clegg stands.

Nu Labour too are obviously aiding the herding of the sheeple towards the Tories. The latest attack on motorists is postal driving fines which, by the time they arrive, you have no chance of collecting the evidence in your defence. Already the traffic wardens (now renamed enforcement officers to give them more authority) have been issuing "ghost tickets", bogus offences, in the hope that the victims of Nu Labour extortion will not bother going to court to protest.

WHEN the Tories win the next election, they will not cancel Red Ken's illegal congestion tax, but will lower it from £25 to £24.99 for a whole week before raising it to £35 due to popular demand cited by the Oxbridge Mafia controlled media and blaming the previous Labour government in House of Commons' Punch 'n Judy show for years to come.

Don't abstain from voting but do vote for NONE OF THE ABOVE!!!!

Remember, IT IS BETTER TO WASTE YOUR VOTE ON THE MONSTER RAVING LOONIE PARTY THAN TO VOTE IN THE NEXT SCUMBAG TO ROB YOU BLIND.

Excellent post

The creation of fake opposition groups is a very clever tactic used all the time by the political establishment. It enables them to deflect attention away from the criminal actions of the state against the citizen. These actions should rightly be described as extremist but instead the mainstream media reserves such phrases for groups like the BNP. As a consequence the slaughter of thousands of civilians in Iraq and Afghanistan, by our own government, is viewed in the media as a tragic accident or the result of poor planning before the wars began.

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I previously believed that Herr Braun loaded the MPC with 5 out of 9 being Treasury insiders. However, considering, Merve the Swerve is part of the Oxbridge Mafia, this may still be true but in the context of the Swerve having been imposed on Herr Braun. Similarly, Little Eddie Ballsup too, would have been imposed on Herr Braun as "economic advisor to the Treasury" and now holds a cabinet position as a similar loading of the Cabinet despite being a scurrilous journalist and having no experience or training for either job. Remember Herr Braun struggling to find cabinet members when he took power and inviting the Lib-Dems? Greenspan's appointment may be either because the US is imposing him on Herr Braun or because Greenspan is allied with the Oxbridge Mafia. His comment in his book about Herr Braun being the senior partner in the Bliar-Braun duo has to be considered in this context. After all Greenspan and the truth are uncommon bedfellows and the book is his attempt to whitewash his bubble-blowing.

The Tories are the main faction of the Oxbridge Mafia and support the dollar whereas Red Ken Clarke supported joining the euro and, like Maggie, was ousted despite being the most eligible candidate for PM. Supporters of the dollar get cushy jobs in US finance companies such as John Major at Carlyle, Bliar at JP Morgan. With Europe as our main market, we get the shaft such as when the US reneged on the £21.5bn Joint Strike Fighter engine contract promised to Rolls-Royce. But you never give us suckers an even break.

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The BNP bogey man is designed to get voters out to vote for the establishment.

No the BNP is out to get people to vote BNP as we are sick of being flooded and thats why the 'oxford mafia' are united in discreding the party that wants british jobs for british people.

Lets have a few undercover reports on the the other 3 main parties and see if they fair any better than the BNP.

Immigration provide tenants for the BTL market when gov was telling us all that they were only letting a 120,000 immigrants in each year well you would need to not only be blind but stupid to beleive any of that rubbish.

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Excellent post

The creation of fake opposition groups is a very clever tactic used all the time by the political establishment. It enables them to deflect attention away from the criminal actions of the state against the citizen. These actions should rightly be described as extremist but instead the mainstream media reserves such phrases for groups like the BNP. As a consequence the slaughter of thousands of civilians in Iraq and Afghanistan, by our own government, is viewed in the media as a tragic accident or the result of poor planning before the wars began.

What a great wheeze! I thought that governments wishing to divert attention from home problems normally start unwanted wars. [cf Argentina and the Falklands] At least the creation of fake opposition doesn't waste [many] lives......Whoops - they've already started the war scenario - perhaps they should divert attention by ending the war.

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The could just be brighter than the average!?!?

I pondered on that point for a while - but if that's brighter - give me average! :blink:

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"Ten of the taxman's sneakiest tactics", reports the Sunday Times.

It claims, "Unlike criminal law, the burden is on you to prove your innocence." This is because criminal law started out as a genuine effort to prosecute criminals whereas taxation has been a form of extortion from day 1. The Inland Revenue has FAR GREATER powers than the police to enter your home. They can arbitrarily estimate how much they can "justify" in confiscation. Under Nu Labour, we even have laws designed to entrap you. For example, Red Ken changed parking fees to a pay by phone system but left the old ticket meter in place. Innocent drivers put money into the machine, placed the ticket on their dashboard then got fined!!!! One driver parked outside his home then found they'd towed his car away and painted double-yellows.

I know someone who won at the casino but the confiscators didn't believe him. Of course, you don't get tax relief for your losses.

Meanwhile, the government GIVES AWAY money to their buddies, such as Herr Braun's selling of 400 tons of gold in a pre-announced series of auctions designed to get the lowest price. The general public had NO OPTION to participate in the selling of OUR GOLD!!! Derek Con-away STEALS from the taxpayer and doesn't even get arrested. Herr Braun even claims his telly-tax as expenses, whilst too fat jags claimed thousands for his restaurant meals!!!!!

Taxation is nothing less than extortion by gangsters. Your "fair share" of taxes is £0.00 and the confiscators certainly don't play fair. You never voted for the rip-off voting system. You never got to choose to pay tax. In fact, income tax was a temporary measure to fund the war with France but was never repealed.

Russia has lower tax rates and China lower still. This is the crucial element in FREEDOM. Herr Braun spent £520bn out of our £1tr economy; MORE THAN HALF.

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