Tom Tugendhat

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(neocon, politician, soldier, deep state functionary?)
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BornThomas Georg John Tugendhat
27 June 1973
NationalityUK, French
Alma materUniversity of Bristol, Gonville and Caius College (Cambridge)
ParentsMichael Tugendhat
Member ofEuropean Leadership Network
Suspected UK deep state functionary, MP, Bilderberg 2019, Chair of the Foreign Affairs Select Committee, floated de facto mandatory Covid-19 vaccination in November 2020.

Employment.png Chair of the Foreign Affairs Select Committee

In office
12 July 2017 - Present
Preceded byCrispin Blunt
Suggested that COVID vaccination could be mandated for UK workers

Thomas "Tom" Georg John Tugendhat is a UK MP and suspected UK deep state functionary. He attended the Bilderberg for the first time in 2019, and in November 2020 suggested that COVID vaccination could be mandated for UK workers or travellers.[1]


Nephew of Christopher Tugendhat.


Tugendhat was quoted as stating in March 2020 (referring to Covid-19) that "Beijing is masking the greatest health emergency in a century and the cost of this deceit is global."[2] He supports mandatory vaccination.[3]

Opposes the Afghanistan/2021 withdraw.[4]


Event Participated in

Bilderberg/201930 May 20192 June 2019Switzerland
The 67th Bilderberg Meeting


Related Documents

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:Afghanistan is not about youArticle19 August 2021Ella WhelanNeocon MPs are concerned about the Afghanistan/2021 withdraw. The only problem is that they only care about themselves, and thereby show us the narcissism of Western intervention.
Document:Britain’s delusions that it could take on the Taliban alone are ludicrous - what are our empire-nostalgic MPs smoking?Article19 August 2021Tom FowdyThe UK Parliament was recalled for an emergency debate over the Afghanistan/2021 withdraw. While the BBC focused on the divide between the sides of the house with their face mask wearing, Parliament was united against the withdrawal of NATO troops from Afghanistan. Most MPs are urging Boris Johnson to go back to Afghanistan, and take on the Taliban, alone if necessary.