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Old 17-08-2011, 12:16 AM   #1
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In the wake of riots engulfing London this week both Prime Minister David Cameron and Mayor of London Boris Johnson, rushed wearily home to voice their disdain for the looting and violence. Promising strict sentences for those involved, which include proposals to evict the families of those involved from their council homes, it may be surprising to hear of Dave and Boris's less than illustrious dealings with the law.

In 2007 David Cameron admitted in the Telegraph "Like many young people, I did
things when I was young that I should not have done and that I regret." Together with young Boris, Cameron was an Oxford University student, and both were members of the Bullingdon Club. According to neeurope the current Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, was also a member.

Bullingdon was a dining club described by one its members in the Telegraph as "The Bullingdon modus operandi is to book a restaurant under a false name, smash it up, and throw large amounts of money at the upset owners."

According to the Country Standard Cameron described a typical night, saying "Things got out of hand and we'd had a few drinks. We smashed the place up and Boris set fire to the toilets."

Remembering the night he was arrested Boris said "The party ended up with a number of us crawling on all fours through the hedges of the botanical gardens, and trying to escape police dogs. And once we were in the cells we became pathetic namby-pambies."

Naturally the antics of Cameron and Co. were just youthful hi-jinks which were solved by throwing some inherited wealth at the problem.[] Fortunately these now successful politicians have given up their hooligan ways and support full measures of policing the streets to prevent a recurrence.


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Old 17-08-2011, 12:29 AM   #2
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The country run by a bunch of crooks and louts elected by a masonic style secret ballot...we are well and truly up the Swany without a paddle..


Prospective new members are proposed by a current member and then subjected to a club vote. This is all done in secret. You can be "put up" and blackballed and never be any the wiser. The first a new bug knows about it is when his rooms are invaded (ideally, via the window) and ceremonially trashed by way of initiation ("they overturned some of my flower pots," recalls my source). The financial costs run to the outfit, which at close to £2,000 is safely beyond most student overdrafts. There have been rumours of wealthier members paying an annual stipend of up to £10,000. And then there's the budget for a Bullingdon beano, a fairly open-ended prospect depending on champagne consumption and collateral damage reparations. Not that this matters much in practice. If you can't afford to be in the Bullingdon, you're extremely unlikely to be asked to join in the first place.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/education/...ighereducation

The photo they want to hide..

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The country run by a bunch of crooks and louts elected by a masonic style secret ballot...we are well and truly up the Swany without a paddle..


Prospective new members are proposed by a current member and then subjected to a club vote. This is all done in secret. You can be "put up" and blackballed and never be any the wiser. The first a new bug knows about it is when his rooms are invaded (ideally, via the window) and ceremonially trashed by way of initiation ("they overturned some of my flower pots," recalls my source). The financial costs run to the outfit, which at close to £2,000 is safely beyond most student overdrafts. There have been rumours of wealthier members paying an annual stipend of up to £10,000. And then there's the budget for a Bullingdon beano, a fairly open-ended prospect depending on champagne consumption and collateral damage reparations. Not that this matters much in practice. If you can't afford to be in the Bullingdon, you're extremely unlikely to be asked to join in the first place.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/education/...ighereducation

The photo they want to hide..

Never seen that picture before, I can see Boris and David at 2 and 8, who are the rest?
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Old 17-08-2011, 12:49 AM   #4
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Never seen that picture before, I can see Boris and David at 2 and 8, who are the rest?

Can't find the list atm but I think 6 is George Osbourne but not sure on the other Toffs..
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Can't find the list atm but I think 6 is George Osbourne but not sure on the other Toffs..
Ah it could be! In any case, thanks for posting it, it looks like a pretty rare picture. Boris looks no different, looks like a guy who had his eyebrows shaved off by the rest of them of a regular basis.
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it was on boris's documentary on his life hardley wants it hidden bbc 1 i think.

is six osbourne
or nck clegg f it is clegg maybe he wants it hidden
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Never seen that picture before, I can see Boris and David at 2 and 8, who are the rest?
Osborne was in a later Bullingdon club with Nathan Rothschild, he's a few years younger than Cameron and Johnson.
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Osborne was in a later Bullingdon club with Nathan Rothschild, he's a few years younger than Cameron and Johnson.
Nathan Rothschild? Jesus, I had no idea. I think I have a lot to learn. I thought there was a huge gap between the likes of future political figures and the Rothschilds. I thought they would be 'educated' in different places if you get my point.

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Nathan Rothschild? Jesus, I had no idea. I think I have a lot to learn. I thought there was a huge gap between the likes of future political figures and the Rothschilds. I thought they would be 'educated' in different places if you get my point.
Well, it's all very complex, there is a hierarchy but it's perhaps not as clear-cut as some people think. As much as the politicians are there to serve the wealthy banking and corporate interests, I think some of these interests at the same time quite like being around high-ranking politicians. Rothschild socialises with Mandelson quite a lot. And they just all generally like networking anyway, and are good at it by their very nature. But Cameron is very blue blooded, in particular, I read a lot about this while I was writing one particular chapter in the book I'm writing at the moment.
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Old 17-08-2011, 05:53 AM   #10
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Who's who: Cameron and Co.

Sebastian Grigg

The eldest son of Anthony Ulick David Dundas Grigg, the third Baron Altrincham. He was educated at Eton and Oriel College, Oxford, and is a partner at Goldman Sachs. He married Rachel Kelly, a former Times journalist, in 1993, lives in Notting Hill Gate and remains close to Cameron. He tried, and failed, to become Tory MP at the 1997 election.

David Cameron

Attended Eton, before gaining a first class degree in politics, philosophy and economics from Brasenose. Went on to work in the Conservative Research Department, Treasury and Home Office before spending seven years as Head of Corporate Communications at Carlton TV. Elected MP for Witney in 2001, and became Tory leader in 2005.

Ralph Perry-Robinson

Former child actor, who had a walk-on role in the 1984 film Another Country, the film about homosexuality at Eton during the 1930s. Now an antiquarian bookseller, he lives in a village near Salisbury.

Sebastian James

James is the son of Lord Northbourne, an aristocrat and big landowner from Kent. He's an entrepreneur whose former ventures include a DVD rental business, Silverscreen, and a "dotcom", ClassicForum, that was supposed to be a sort of eBay for rare books.

Jonathan Ford

Ford was elected president of the Bullingdon, in 1987, because "he had a mad genius about him". That's why he occupies the centre of the front row. He was educated at Westminster, studied modern history at Oxford, before working as a banker at Morgan Grenfell. Subsequently went into journalism and is now deputy editor of a financial internet site.

Ewen Fergusson

Son of Sir Ewen Fergusson, a former Scottish rugby international who served as ambassador to Paris during Thatcher years and then head of Coutt's, the Queen's bank. Ewen Junior was educated at Rugby then Oriel College, Oxford, and is now a partner in the banking and finance section of the City law firm Herbert Smith. Despite being the "quiet one" of the group, he is thought to have been responsible for the "plant pot" incident.

Matthew Benson

Benson, from a wealthy family of merchant bankers, is a director of Rettie and Co, an Edinburgh-based property company. He graduated in 1988 and spent three years working for Morgan Stanley, before setting-up his own property consultancy. Moved to Edinburgh in the late 1990s, after marrying Lady Lulu Douglas-Hamilton, ex-wife of Lord Patrick Douglas-Hamilton, one of Scotland's top toffs. Their wedding, in Peeblesshire in October 1997, involved a ruined castle being temporarily rebuilt over three floors.

Harry Eastwood

Old Etonian TV producer, who is commercial director for a company called Monkey. After leaving Oxford, he worked in corporate finance at Storehouse, the retail group. Later, Eastwood co-founded Filmbox, a company that aimed to operate vending machines for people to rent videos from. He raised £450,000 to launch the firm, but alas it was soon dissolved.

Boris Johnson

The Old Etonian was a well-known figure of fun at Oxford, becoming president of the Union. Johnson, a student at Balliol College, would have liked to have been president of Buller, but Ford pipped him. Always tipped for stardom (contemporaries still think it will end in tears), he became editor of The Spectator, MP for Henley, and is one of Westminster's most notorious swordsmen.


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Old 17-08-2011, 07:15 AM   #11
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"Things got out of hand and we'd had a few drinks. We smashed the place up and Boris set fire to the toilets."
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The country run by a bunch of crooks and louts elected by a masonic style secret ballot...we are well and truly up the Swany without a paddle..


Prospective new members are proposed by a current member and then subjected to a club vote. This is all done in secret. You can be "put up" and blackballed and never be any the wiser. The first a new bug knows about it is when his rooms are invaded (ideally, via the window) and ceremonially trashed by way of initiation ("they overturned some of my flower pots," recalls my source). The financial costs run to the outfit, which at close to £2,000 is safely beyond most student overdrafts. There have been rumours of wealthier members paying an annual stipend of up to £10,000. And then there's the budget for a Bullingdon beano, a fairly open-ended prospect depending on champagne consumption and collateral damage reparations. Not that this matters much in practice. If you can't afford to be in the Bullingdon, you're extremely unlikely to be asked to join in the first place.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/education/...ighereducation

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David Cameron's fury over Bullingdon Club riot jibe by BBC

DAVID Cameron was left fuming yesterday (02/09/2011) after his rowdy student days were likened to last month’s riots.

The PM, who was in Oxford University’s infamous Bullingdon Club, was asked if there were similarities between being a member of “a youthful gang that engages in violent behaviour” and the rampaging mobs who brought anarchy to our streets.

He snapped “we all do stupid things when we are young” – despite previously slamming the rioters as proof Britain had a “sick society”.

BBC Radio 4’s Today programme presenter Evan Davis, who also hosts TV’s Dragon Den, persisted asking: “Did you witness stuff as a member of that club... people throwing things through windows, smashing up restaurants?”

Mr Cameron replied: “No I didn’t and, as I say, we all do stupid things. But what we saw during the riots was very well organised in many cases looting and stealing and thieving.”

Last night Labour demanded the PM clear up an account of his uni days in which rampaging Bullingdon Club members are said to have smashed a restaurant window in 1987.

John Mann, MP for Bassetlaw, said: “David Cameron has questions to answer after his claim that he did not witness people throwing things through windows or smashing up restaurants during his days as a Bullingdon Club member.

“This is very different to what other people remember.

“If we are to get more responsibility throughout our society following the riots then the Prime Minister should set an example.”

The PM yesterday hit back with his own attack on the BBC’s reporting of the riots. He said: “When you listen to the BBC there’s a sort of danger of trying to put these things into a great mush and make that as an excuse for not acting.”

And sources close to No 10 have let it be known the Prime Minister’s team were furious with the programme over the line of questioning.

A source said: “Cameron’s team thought Evan Davis had totally overstepped the mark. Cameron was very angry, there’s no doubt about that. He hates it when his background and questions about his class are brought up.”

A Downing Street source insisted no official complaint had been made to the BBC following the programme.

The corporation yesterday defended its reporting of the riots after Mr Cameron’s attack. A spokesman said: “The BBC’s coverage and analysis of the recent riots endeavoured to explore all aspects, as our audiences would expect. We also sought to reflect a range of views as to the reasons behind the riots. We are confident we did this in an impartial and balanced manner.”

Davis defended his questioning on Twitter, saying it “was about whether there is a general decline and whether we can forgive youngsters caught up in stupid things”.

It has been claimed Mr Cameron retired early to bed before the raucous evening in which Bullingdon members ran from the police through the streets of Oxford after smashing up a restaurant. According to a club source, Mr Cameron was definitely at the party but, unlike most of his friends, managed to escape alongside Boris Johnson and another student called Sebastian Grigg.

Some members of the club ended up spending a night in the cells at Cowley police station.

Despite Mr Cameron’s denial yesterday, he has previously said that “there was a time at university when lots of people drank too much and fell over, and I plead guilty”.

Yesterday, Mr Cameron also revisited his famous “hug a hoodie” policy by saying the rioters needed “tough love” after enduring a hard upbringing.

He claimed many of the thugs had not been given enough love in their childhood and promised to turn around 120,000 problem families by 2015.

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Ever wondered what the British Prime Minister & the current Lord Mayor of London & chums were doing in the 80's?

...Remember the 1980's...?

When the UK was split North to South... Strikes... Violence on the Streets... Mass Unemployment... Stock, Aitken and Fekin' Waterman... Inflation and interest rates sky-high... Sterling hits $1.05... All under Conservative Rule?

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-q5bnUFNerF...n-Thatcher.png



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"Oh, those silly lads, they're such cards, still, boys will be boys."
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Anyone else noticed how these cunts are portrayed as ordinary guys, getting up to jolly japes like all young lads do?

Well, maybe they were 'ordinary' all those years ago.

But they aren't now.

All I will say for Cameron is that he is *slightly* less obnoxious than Gordon Brown.
That isn't intended as praise by the way.
It's rather like having your left hand cut off instead of your right hand.

Shower of shits they are. They ain't 'normal' in any sense of the word.
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His father's maternal grandmother, Marie Louise de Pfeffel, was a descendant of Prince Paul of Württemberg.

Through Prince Paul, Boris Johnson is a descendant of King George II, and through George's great-great-great grandfather James I/VI, a descendant of all of the previous British royal houses. Johnson is an 8th cousin of David Cameron.
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Who's who: Cameron and Co.

Sebastian Grigg

The eldest son of Anthony Ulick David Dundas Grigg, the third Baron Altrincham. He was educated at Eton and Oriel College, Oxford, and is a partner at Goldman Sachs. He married Rachel Kelly, a former Times journalist, in 1993, lives in Notting Hill Gate and remains close to Cameron. He tried, and failed, to become Tory MP at the 1997 election.

David Cameron

Attended Eton, before gaining a first class degree in politics, philosophy and economics from Brasenose. Went on to work in the Conservative Research Department, Treasury and Home Office before spending seven years as Head of Corporate Communications at Carlton TV. Elected MP for Witney in 2001, and became Tory leader in 2005.

Ralph Perry-Robinson

Former child actor, who had a walk-on role in the 1984 film Another Country, the film about homosexuality at Eton during the 1930s. Now an antiquarian bookseller, he lives in a village near Salisbury.

Sebastian James

James is the son of Lord Northbourne, an aristocrat and big landowner from Kent. He's an entrepreneur whose former ventures include a DVD rental business, Silverscreen, and a "dotcom", ClassicForum, that was supposed to be a sort of eBay for rare books.

Jonathan Ford

Ford was elected president of the Bullingdon, in 1987, because "he had a mad genius about him". That's why he occupies the centre of the front row. He was educated at Westminster, studied modern history at Oxford, before working as a banker at Morgan Grenfell. Subsequently went into journalism and is now deputy editor of a financial internet site.

Ewen Fergusson

Son of Sir Ewen Fergusson, a former Scottish rugby international who served as ambassador to Paris during Thatcher years and then head of Coutt's, the Queen's bank. Ewen Junior was educated at Rugby then Oriel College, Oxford, and is now a partner in the banking and finance section of the City law firm Herbert Smith. Despite being the "quiet one" of the group, he is thought to have been responsible for the "plant pot" incident.

Matthew Benson

Benson, from a wealthy family of merchant bankers, is a director of Rettie and Co, an Edinburgh-based property company. He graduated in 1988 and spent three years working for Morgan Stanley, before setting-up his own property consultancy. Moved to Edinburgh in the late 1990s, after marrying Lady Lulu Douglas-Hamilton, ex-wife of Lord Patrick Douglas-Hamilton, one of Scotland's top toffs. Their wedding, in Peeblesshire in October 1997, involved a ruined castle being temporarily rebuilt over three floors.

Harry Eastwood

Old Etonian TV producer, who is commercial director for a company called Monkey. After leaving Oxford, he worked in corporate finance at Storehouse, the retail group. Later, Eastwood co-founded Filmbox, a company that aimed to operate vending machines for people to rent videos from. He raised £450,000 to launch the firm, but alas it was soon dissolved.

Boris Johnson

The Old Etonian was a well-known figure of fun at Oxford, becoming president of the Union. Johnson, a student at Balliol College, would have liked to have been president of Buller, but Ford pipped him. Always tipped for stardom (contemporaries still think it will end in tears), he became editor of The Spectator, MP for Henley, and is one of Westminster's most notorious swordsmen.


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http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk...87-436192.html
Thanks for the post montyomonty ~ Very interesting !
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"Oh, those silly lads, they're such cards, still, boys will be boys."
etc
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Anyone else noticed how these cunts are portrayed as ordinary guys, getting up to jolly japes like all young lads do?

Well, maybe they were 'ordinary' all those years ago.

But they aren't now.

All I will say for Cameron is that he is *slightly* less obnoxious than Gordon Brown.
That isn't intended as praise by the way.
It's rather like having your left hand cut off instead of your right hand.

Shower of shits they are. They ain't 'normal' in any sense of the word.
But remember, it's hilarious japes, scrapes and tomfoolery when perpetrated by the public school boys.

When poor people set fire to things it's a completely different matter!
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But remember, it's hilarious japes, scrapes and tomfoolery when perpetrated by the public school boys.

When poor people set fire to things it's a completely different matter!
Yeah, I think the attitude is that they're so special they can do whatever they want. Including becoming Mayor or Prime Minister.
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Sorry but this link better puts names to faces.
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