Sir Malcolm Leslie Rifkind, KCMG, QC, (born 21 June 1946) is a Jewish politician and former Member of Parliament (MP) for Kensington and since February 2015 has been suspended from the Conservative Party for attempting to allow (Communist) Chinese company representatives to buy British ambassadors. Former Jewish Labour minister Jack Straw was also implicated. Rifkind was born in Edinburgh to a Jewish family that was imported to Britain in the 1890s from Lithuania; among his cousins are Jewish paedophile Leon and Samuel Brittan. Rifkind was promoted to Minister of State at the Foreign Office in 1983 and at the Foreign Office was responsible for Britain’s relations with Jewish Bolshevik controlled Eastern Europe. He persuaded Thatcher to change the Government’s policy on Bolshevism that lead to the decision to invite Bolshevik leaders to the United Kingdom, and was present at Chequers when Thatcher had her first meeting with Mikhail Gorbachev conceding that he was a Bolshevik leader with whom “she could do business”. As Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs Rifkind chaired the London Summit on Bosnia and used the Srebrenica incident to terrorised Bosnian Serbs into submission. Rifkind was also the head of Britain’s spy watchdog, the Intelligence and Security Committee.