Sunday, October 23, 2005

David Cameron and the Neo-Cons

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The next leader of the Labour Party may be David Miliband, who is Jewish.

What about the Conservative Party? David Cameron may become its leader.

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http://observer.guardian.co.uk/politics/story/0,6903,1598800,00.html

Gaby Hinsliff and Ned Temko, in The Observer , 23 October 2005, listed the members of David Cameron's inner circle:

1. George Eustice started his political career with the UK Independence Party (which is reportedly pro-Israel and pro-Pentagon.)

2. Oliver Letwin has links to the Rothschilds.

3. Michael Gove is an admirer of the American neo-cons.

4. George Osborne is a fellow Oxford party animal.

5. Steve Hilton is in advertising.

6. Daniel Finkelstein is a Times journalist.

7. Matthew d'Ancona writes for The Telegraph.

According to the Observer article:

The brains of the operation is Michael Gove.

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Gove

An article on Michael Gove at en.wikipedia:

He takes a pro-Israel line and has criticised anti-Americanism, anti-Semitism and several United Nations peace processes.

A self-confessed neo-conservative, he called for early intervention against Saddam Hussein.

Surprisingly, he stated in October 2004 of Tony Blair: "I can't hold it back any more; I love Tony!"

He is also a signatory of the Henry Jackson Society.

Gove is seen as part of an influential set of young up-and-coming Tories, sometimes disparagingly referred to as the Notting Hill set, including David Cameron, George Osborne, Edward Vaizey, Nicholas Boles and Rachel Whetstone. They are seen as modernisers, but also close to Michael Howard.

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