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Official narrative

Politicians form alliances with others of like mind, referred to as political parties. While inevitably pursuing self-interest to a certain extent, the virtues of the Western democratic model mean that to succeed they need votes, and to garner votes, they also have to try hard to promote the (by assumption, conflicting) interests of their constituents.


The above story is contradicted by a wealth of evidence. US citizens do not feel that their interests are represented by congress.[1][2] Most significantly as far as Wikispooks is concerned, the above narrative makes no mention of deep politics. It seems a fair assumption that while this intimately known to those who move in deep political circles, some - perhaps many - politicians remain more or less ignorant of it throughout their whole careers.



     Page name     BornDiedSummaryDescription
Jozias J. van Aartsen25 December 1947Politician
Diane Abbott27 September 1953Politician
Abdulaziz bin Abdullah bin Abdulaziz1963PoliticianLe Cercle
Shinzō Abe21 September 1954Politician
Deep state functionary
James Abourezk24 February 1931Politician
Ahmed Aboutaleb29 August 1961Politician
Civil servant
Elliott Abrams24 January 1948Politician
Deep politician
A deep politician heavily involved in the Iran-Contra affair, given a pardon by George H. W. Bush
Robert Abrams4 July 1938Lawyer
Ziad Abu-AmrAuthor
Gerry Adams6 October 1948Politician
Konrad Adenauer5 January 187619 April 1967Politician
Andrew Adonis22 February 1963Politician
Mario Ferrari Aggradi13 March 191624 December 1997Politician
Umberto Agnelli1 November 193427 May 2004Businessman
Spiro Agnew9 November 191817 September 1996Politician
Stuart Agnew30 August 1949PoliticianA member of the European Parliament
Jose Pedro Aguiar-Branco18 July 1957Politician
Jaime Roldós Aguilera5 November 194024 May 1981PoliticianA leader of Ecuador determined to try to better the living conditions of the population. Assassinated by the CIA.
Krister Ahlstrom29 August 1940Businessman
Esko Aho20 May 1954Politician
Martti Ahtisaari23 June 1937Politician
Bob Ainsworth19 June 1952Politician
John B. Aird5 May 19236 May 1995Politician
Jonathan Aitken30 August 1942Politician
Anton Alberts1970Lawyer
Maria Luís Albuquerque16 September 1967Politician
Nelson Aldrich6 November 184116 April 1915Politician
Danny Alexander15 May 1972Politician
Rupert Allason8 November 1951Historian
Clifford Allen9 May 18893 March 1939Politician
Salvador Allende26 June 190811 September 1973Doctor
Civil servant
The first marxist to be elected in South America. Deposed by the CIA.
Rosena Allin-KhanDoctor
Yigal Allon10 October 191829 February 1980Politician
Joaquín Almunia17 June 1948Politician
Renato AltissimoPolitician
Luís AmadoPolitician
Joaquim do AmaralApril 1945Engineer
Julian Amery27 March 19193 September 1996Politician
Deep politician
MI6, deep politician who chaired Le Cercle for several years.
Leo Amery22 November 187316 September 1955Politician
David Amess26 March 1952Politician
Idi AminSoldier
John Amodeo1 August 1950Politician
Michael Ancram7 July 1945Politician
K. B. Andersen1 December 191423 March 1984Politician
Robert Anderson14 August 1989Businessman
Magdalena Andersson23 January 1967Politician
Marta Andreasen26 November 1954PoliticianA member of the European Parliament
Nino Andreatta11 August 192826 March 2007Economist
Joachim Angermeyer18 December 19238 May 1997Businessman
Magdeleine Anglade5 July 192125 March 1998Politician
Deep politician
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A citizen of Politician on Wikispooks

Cornelius Gallagher2 March 1921

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Related Quotation

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  1. http://www.publicpolicypolling.com/main/2013/01/congress-somewhere-below-cockroaches-traffic-jams-and-nickleback-in-americans-esteem.html
  2. http://www.gallup.com/poll/172859/congressional-approval-rating-languishes-low-level.aspx