Marine Links Hitler-Youth Oxford PPE to Edwina’s Pedophiles, Benghazi Key

United States Marine Field McConnell has linked a decades-old Hitler Youth movement (1920s to 9/11 2012) to Oxford University’s PPE course in which erstwhile faculty members such as Gabriele Taylor allegedly teach the likes of Edwina Currie, David Cameron, Bill Clinton and Rupert Murdoch, how to groom children for pedophile entrapment and use them as keys to the almost-perfect crime such as the Crimewatch rape and murder in a Benghazi hospital of U.S. Ambassador to Libya, Christopher Stevens.

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Notable people with PPE degrees from Oxford

PPE at Oxford has traditionally been a degree read by those seeking a career in politics, public life (including senior positions in Her Majesty’s Civil Service) and journalism. This list does not include those notable figures, such as American President Bill Clinton, who studied PPE at the university but did not complete their degrees [because in Clinton’s case he was suspected of rape and drug trafficking]. Oxford‘s notable PPE graduates include:

UK Politicians

§  Alan Beith, British Liberal Democrat MP
§  Alan Duncan, British Conservative MP and Minister for International Development
§  Andrew Tyrie, British Conservative MP and current Chairman of the Treasury Select Committee
§  Angela Eagle, British Labour MP
§  Ann Widdecombe, former British Conservative MP
§  Anthony Crosland, former Labour MP and Cabinet minister
§  Barbara Castle, former Labour MP and Cabinet minister
§  Barbara Roche, former British Labour MP
§  Baroness Young, British Conservative politician and first female Leader of the House of Lords
§  Brian Paddick, former Metropolitan Police Service deputy assistant commissioner and Liberal Democrat politician
§  Damian Green, British Conservative MP
§  David Cameron, current British Conservative Prime Minister
§  David Heathcoat-Amory, former British Conservative MP
§  David Miliband, British Labour MP, former Foreign Secretary and older brother of Ed Miliband.
§  David Willetts, British Conservative MP and Minister for Universities and Science
§  Derek Foster, former Labour MP
§  Duncan Hames, British Liberal Democrat MP
§  Ed Davey, British Liberal Democrat MP
§  Edwina Currie, British former Conservative MP
§  Elizabeth Truss, British Conservative MP
§  Emma Reynolds, British Labour MP
§  Lord Longford, social reformer and politician
§  George Gardiner, former British Conservative MP
§  Geraint Davies, British Labour MP
§  Gerald Kaufman, British Labour MP
§  Harold Wilson, former British Labour Prime Minister
§  Helen Goodman, British Labour MP
§  Hugh Gaitskell, British politician and former leader of the Labour Party
§  Jacqui Smith, former British Labour MP and Home Secretary
§  James Clappison, British Conservative MP
§  Jane Ellison, British Conservative MP
§  John Spellar, British Labour MP
§  Julian Critchley, British Conservative MP
§  Kevin Brennan, British Labour MP
§  Kitty Ussher, former British Labour MP
§  Baroness Jay, British Labour politician and former Leader of the House of Lords
§  Maria Eagle, British Labour MP and twin sister of Angela Eagle
§  Mark Harper, British Conservative MP
§  Mark Reckless, British Conservative MP
§  Matthew Hancock, British Conservative MP
§  Matthew Taylor, former British Liberal Democrat MP
§  Meg Hillier, British Labour MP
§  Michael Foot, Former leader of the Labour Party, former leader of the opposition and author
§  Nicholas Boles, British Conservative MP
§  Lord Lawson, British former Conservative MP and Chancellor of the Exchequer
§  Paul Farrelly, British Labour MP
§  Philip Dunne, British Conservative MP
§  Rachel Reeves, British Labour MP
§  Rhodri Morgan AM, Labour politician and First Minister for Wales
§  Richard Howitt, European Labour Party, MEP
§  Rory Stewart, British diplomat, academic, writer and Conservative Party MP
§  Roy Jenkins, former Labour Cabinet minister and co-founder of the Social Democratic Party
§  Rushanara Ali, British Labour MP
§  Ruth Kelly, former British Labour MP and Cabinet minister
§  Sam Gyimah, British Conservative Party MP
§  Shirley Williams, former Labour Cabinet minister and co-founder of the Social Democratic Party
§  Siôn Simon, former British Labour MP
§  Stephen Twigg, Director of the Foreign Policy Centre and Labour MP
§  Steve Hilton, British Conservative Party Spin Doctor
§  Steve Webb, British Liberal Democrat MP
§  Susan Kramer, former British Liberal Democrat MP
§  Tim Rathbone, British former Conservative MP
§  Tony Benn, former British Labour MP

 

Non-UK Politicians

§  Aung San Suu KyiBurmese politician
§  Calvin Cheng, Singapore Nominated MP
§  Imran Khan, Pakistani cricketer and politician
§  John Kufuor, President of Ghana
§  Khairy Jamaluddin, Malaysian MP
§  Malcolm Fraser, former Prime Minister of Australia
§  Martin Mansergh, Irish politician
§  Radosław SikorskiPolish politician and journalist, minister of foreign affairs of Poland
§  Virginia TsouderouGreek politician and former Foreign Minister
§  Tony Pua, Malaysian blogger and opposition MP
§  Urszula Gacek, Polish MEP
§  Gareth Evans (politician), former Foreign Minister of Australia

 

Broadcasters, journalists and other media figures prominent in UK

§  Andreas Whittam Smith, former editor of The Independent newspaper
§  Bronwen Maddox, editor and chief executive of Prospect magazine
§  Camilla CavendishTimes journalist
§  Carrie Gracie, BBC newsreader
§  David Dimbleby, journalist and television presenter
§  Etienne de Villiers, Chairman, BBC Worldwide
§  Evan Davis, British economic journalist
§  Tim Harford, British economist and journalist
§  Guto Harri, former BBC political correspondent and Communications Director for the Mayor of London
§  Jackie Ashley, British broadcast and newspaper journalist
§  James Robbins, BBC diplomatic correspondent
§  Jana Bennett, Director of BBC Vision and non-executive director, BBC Worldwide
§  John Sergeant, former BBC political journalist
§  Krishnan Guru-Murthy, Channel 4 news reader
§  Lance Price, former BBC journalist and special advisor to Tony Blair
§  Lucy Kellaway, British journalist, writer and broadcaster
§  Manisha Tank, presenter, BBC World News
§  Mary Ann Sieghart, British journalist
§  Mehdi Hasan, British political journalist
§  Michael Cockerell, political documentary maker
§  Michael Crick, British journalist, author and broadcaster.
§  Nick Cohen, journalist
§  Nick Davies, British investigative journalist
§  Nick Robinson, BBC political editor
§  Paul Gambaccini, music journalist and broadcaster
§  Peter Jay, British diplomat, economist and journalist
§  Rebecca Pike, BBC business and economics correspondent
§  Rowenna Davis, Labour councillor and “Sunday Politics” pundit.
§  Seumas Milne, British journalist and writer
§  Stephanie Flanders, BBC economics editor
§  Tasmin Khan, television newsreader
§  Toby Young, Journalist
§  Zeinab Badawi, British broadcast journalist

 

Others

§  Adebayo Ogunlesi, Nigerian businessman
§  Marquess of Bath, British peer, writer and owner of Longleat
§  Anton Muttukumaru, Sri Lankan army officer and diplomat
§  Atul Gawande, American surgeon and writer
§  Ben Pimlott, historian
§  Calvin ChengNominated Member of Parliament Singapore, leading Asian modelling mogul
§  Chad Varah, founder of the Samaritans
§  Chris Anderson, curator of the TED Conference
§  Christopher Hitchens, English-American author and broadcaster
§  Craig Raine, poet
§  David Alderdice, Dermatologist, Northern Irish politician and former Lord Mayor of Belfast
§  David Norgrove, businessman and civil servant
§  Dennis Potter, British television playwright
§  Diane Coyle, economist and vice-chairman of the BBC Trust
§  Edward Goldsmith, Anglo-French environmentalist and philosopher
§  Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck, film director and screenwriter
§  Freda Bedi, social worker, writer and Gelongma (Nun in Tibetan Buddhism)
§  Gabriele Taylor, [Alleged lifetime member of Hitler Youth] Fellow and Tutor in Philosophy at St Anne’s College, Oxford
§  George Will, American political journalist and commentator
§  Girish Karnad, an Indian writer, playwright and screenwriter
§  Guido Calabresi, American appeal judge and law and economics scholar
§  Guy Hands, British financier
§  Guy Spier, investor
§  Henry Marsh, British neurosurgeon and focus of the documentary film The English Surgeon
§  Hugh Quarshie, British actor
§  Isaiah Berlin, philosopher
§  Jim Rogers, Investor and author
§  Joe Roff, Australian rugby player
§  John N. Gray, philosopher
§  John Holmes, British diplomat and UN Under-Secretary-General
§  Jonathan Rowson, Scottish chess Grandmaster and three-time winner of the British Chess Championship
§  Justin Cartwright, novelist
§  Ken MacdonaldDirector of Public Prosecutions for England and Wales
§  Madeleine Wickham, chick lit author, famous as Sophie Kinsella
§  Mara Yamauchi, British Olympic marathon runner
§  Maurizio Giuliano, Italian-British journalistGuinness record-holder, and UN official
§  Monica Ali, writer
§  Nicky Oppenheimer, South African businessman
§  Pete Dawkins, former Heisman trophy winner
§  Haya Bint Al Hussein, daughter of Hussein of JordanUN messenger of peace
§  Major General Richard Barrons, British Army officer
§  Peter Robinson, Former speechwriter for President Ronald Reagan and host of television show Uncommon Knowledge
§  Richard Swinburne, philosopher
§  Riz AhmedBritish-Pakistani rapper, actor and anti-war activist
§  Rose Dugdale, former IRA prisoner and Sinn Féin activist
§  Roy Bhaskar, philosopher
§  Rupert Murdoch, Australian-American media mogul
§  Sanjaya Lall, economist
§  Stephen Hester, Chief Executive of The Royal Bank of Scotland Group (RBS)
§  Stephen McIntyre, author of Climate Audit dedidated to analyzing climate data
§  Susan Haack, British philosopher at the University of Miami
§  Tariq Ali, political campaigner and commentator and writer
§  Tom Ward, British actor
§  Tony Hall, Chief Executive of the Royal Opera House and former head of BBC News
§  Vikramaditya Chandra, CEO, NDTV
§  Walter Isaacson, American writer
 

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