Nat Rothschild living

Financier, investor, chairman of Volex, JNR Limited
1971- (52)

Viktor Orbán living

Fidesz (Federation of Young Democrats) party politician, statesman, prime minister of Hungary since 2010, and from 1998-2002
1963- (60)

Desmond Kuek living

Lieutenant general, military veteran of the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF), president and CEO of the SMRT Corporation from 2012-2018
1963- (60)

Philipp Hildebrand living

Banker, financier, vice chairman of BlackRock, chairman of Financial Markets Advisory
1963- (60)

Christopher, Lord Geidt living

Principal private secretary to Queen Elizabeth II from 2007-2017, Crossbench party politician, member of the UK House of Lords, chairman of the Council of Kings College London
1961- (62)

Ghislaine Maxwell living

Socialite, madame for Jeffrey Epstein's sex trafficking ring, convicted offender
1961- (62)

J.L. Schellenberg living

Theologian, study of atheism, philosopher, author, professor of Philosophy at Mount Saint Vincent University
1959- (64)

Timothy Garton Ash living

Bestselling author of 10 books (including Free Speech), historian, professor of European Studies at Oxford University, political commentator, politics
1955- (68)

Peter Mandelson living

British Labour Party politician, UK House of Lords since 2008, Secretary of State from 2009-2010, president of the Board of Trade in 1998 and 2008-2010
1953- (70)

Nigel Sheinwald living

UK Ambassador to the United States of America from 2007-2012, diplomat, plenipotentiary, UK special envoy in 2014, intelligence officer
1953- (70)

R. James Woolsey living

Venture capitalist at Lux Capital, financier, former head director of the CIA from 1993-1995
1941- (82)

John Agyekum Kufuor living

President of the Republic of Ghana from 2001-2009
1938- (85)

Sir Walter Bodmer

Professor of Genetics at Oxford University, geneticist, microbiologist, director at Imperial Cancer Research Fund (ICRF)
1936-1986 (50)

Allan Gotlieb

Canadian Ambassador to the United States from 1981-1989, diplomat, civil servant
1928-2020 (92)

Margaret Thatcher

Conservative Party politician, deregulation, first woman to hold office, longest serving Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1979-1990 (11 years)
1925-2013 (88)

Miles Copeland Jr.

CIA intelligence officer at the Game Center, author of The Game of Nations, pioneer in game theory at the RAND Corporation, musician
1916-1991 (75)

Theodor W. Adorno

Enlightenment philosopher, sociologist on discrimination, psychologist, co-author of the Dialectic of Enlightenment, pioneer in social/aestheic theory and negative dialectics, Marxist theorist, critical theorist of society, musicologist, music critic, composer
1903-1969 (66)

Henry Luce

Founder of FORTUNE magazine, after co-founding TIME magazine with Briton Hadden
1898-1967 (69)

Earnest Hooton

Anthropologist of Somatology, excavation of burial grounds of Viking boats, historian aka Earnest Hooton, Rhodes scholar, pioneer of racial classification, member of the Committee on the Negro, creator of the Hooten Plan to imprison Nazi army officers & politicians for life, author of Up From The Ape
1887-1954 (67)

Charles Webster

Historian, foreign diplomat, member of the League of Nations (United Nations)
1886-1961 (75)

Lionel Curtis

Lobbyist aka Lord Curtis, diplomat, pioneer of the Christian socialist movement and British federalism, co-founder of Chatham House, also known as the Royal Institute of International Affairs (RIIA), co-founder of the Council on Froeign Relations (CFR), Institute of Pacific Relations, author of The Commonwealth of Nations, leader of Milner's Kindergarten
1872-1955 (83)

Cecil Rhodes

Prime Minister of Cape Colony from 1890-1896 aka the Colossus of Africa, statesman, co-founder of Rhodesia (in his name, modern day Zimbabwe and Zambia) with Sir Alfred Beit, industrialist, mining magnate, owner of De Beers diamond mines in South Africa, pioneer of the Rhodes scholarships at Oxford University, co-founder of the British South Africa Company, author of Confession of Faith
1853-1902 (49)

Spenser Wilkinson

Military historian, professor of military history at Oxford University
1853-1937 (84)

Lewis Carroll

Poet, mathematician, author of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland ("Alice in Wonderland"), Through the Looking Glass
1832-1898 (66)

John Ruskin

Professor of Fine Arts at Oxford University, writer, author of The Stones of Venice in 1851, philosopher, literary critic of Venetian Gothic style, Victorian art critic
1819-1900 (81)

Dr. E.B. Pusey

Anglican cleric, theologian, Ascot Priory, scholar, professor of Hebrew Studies
1800-1882 (82)

John Owen

Puritan theologian, administrator at the University of Oxford, nonconformist church leader of Puritans, theologian
1616-1683 (67)

Thomas Morley

Composer of Now Is the Month of Maying, organic, music theorist, singer
1557-1602 (45)

Saint Thomas More

Lord High Chancellor of England from 1529-1532, judge, lawyer, social philosopher, author of Utopia in 1516, statesman, Renaissance humanist who was put on trial in 1535
1478-1535 (57)

John Wycliffe

Roman Catholic priest, medieval philosopher, theologian, scholar, printed the first English bible, clergyman, Protestant dissident of Roman Catholicism
1329-1384 (55)

Dr. Burzynski

Biologist, pioneer of "The Cancer Cure" or antineoplaston therapy at the Burzynski Clinic in 1976

Tim Berners-Lee

Inventor of the World Wide Web (WWW) in 1989, director of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), making the Internet useful to everyone, co-founder and CTO of Inrupt

Scott D. de Hart

Author of Transhumanism

Albert Einstein

Theoretical physicist, inventor of the Theory of Relativity, philosopher of science and modern physics

Gareth Penny

Chairman at Norilsk Nickel, Ninety One

Guy Hands

Private equity investor, billionaire, gas stations, founder of Terra Firma Capital Partners, infamously lost billions on EMI record label

Nick Bostrom

Philosopher, author of Superintelligence, professor at Oxford, futurist

Naomi Wolf

Author of The Beauty Myth, Outrages, The End of America, feminist writer, journalist, feminism

Myles Allen

Physicist at Oxford Martin School, Oxford University

Michael C. Bonello

Economist, chairman of Lombard Bank Malta since 2013, governor of the Central Bank of Malta from 1999-2011

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