Conservative Friends of Russia seems to overlap considerably with, for example, Conservative support for the statutory regulation of the press, i.e., for national liberation from the Murdoch Empire. All is not yet lost for a certain paleo-Tory sensibility even in so unlikely a place as the Conservative Party.
Ah, Harry's Place. Weiss's and Bryant's Henry Jackson Society. Conservative Friends of Israel, through which David Cameron and 80 per cent of his party's MPs are members of that same Likud which harbours advocates of "Holocaust" and "Hiroshima" in the Gaza Strip while sitting in coalition with those who would denaturalise the only two growing sections of Israeli society (one of which includes the ancient indigenous Christians, who are the original people of the Land and the oldest Christian communities in the world) and with those who believe that only Jews are human while Gentiles were created as beasts of burden.
Labour Friends of Israel, always the only way to get on in New Labour, but in point of fact a criminal organisation, imprisonably selling seats in our very legislature. And all the rest of them, such the deregistered fake charity Atlantic Bridge, Liam Fox's means of treasonably conducting a parallel foreign policy on behalf of the American noeconservatives so comprehensively vanquished in their own country, the racist Israeli Far Right, and the downright genocidal government of Sri Lanka.
Membership of any of these is membership of all of them.
But if they are annoyed at support for the recognition of the Arctic Convoy heroes, and at disdain for the look-at-me antics of the Pussy Riot slatterns, then would they approve of the latter in Westminster Abbey, or at the Western Wall, and what would they make of memorials, which scandalously do not exist anywhere in the world, to the British victims of Zionist terrorism in Mandated Palestine and to the American fallen of the USS Liberty?
Perhaps Conservative Friends of Russia might make representations to and through the Orthodox Church? Perhaps Vladimir Putin and Dmitry Medvedev might shame our own Royal Family and political leaders, and the President of the United States or his representative, by turning up to the unveiling ceremonies in Jerusalem, or Bethlehem, or Jericho, or Ramallah?
Then again, our own Royal Family and political leaders, and the President of the United States or his representative, might in fact turn up alongside Vladimir Putin and Dmitry Medvedev. Not only, but certainly, for the reaction from the likes of Michael Weiss, Chris Bryant, Harry's Place, Conservative Friends of Israel, Labour Friends of Israel, and Liam Fox.
At the very least, the parliamentary members of Conservative Friends of Russia ought to do so. As should Ed Miliband.