Thursday, May 23, 2013

Is Cameron running scared of other EU Leaders?

It is begiining to appear that every time Cameron goes abroad to finally confront the sheer ugliness of what is underwy within the EU, something crops up back in the UK that gives him the chance of running back home, as if scared witless.

This linked report from Reuters descibes the death of Thatcher as the chance to cancel diplomacy planned with President Hollande and Chancellor Merkel while cutting short a meeting with fellow PM Rajoy, while the actual funeral, the sole thing requiring Cameron's presence clearly lay several days away.

Today on the Radio Four Today programme, distessingly we heard from various people living in Woolwich, that apart from the possible fact that the victim was a soldier, what occurred yesterday was far away from being out of the ordinary. Such seems to be confirmed in this linked article from Daniel Greenfield, titled "Afghanistan comes to London".

Yesterday, the Prime Minister on the same radio programme explained his concerns for young boys who are bullied over being gay. All bullying is obnoxious, but being afraid of being bullied cannot be tolerated in a man who has put himself forward to lead and protect his country and fellow countrymen and women.

Whatever way one looks at it, the evidence is NOW absolutely clear, Mr Cameron is unfit for the office he holds!


Blogger Robert said...

Thank you for bringing the article 'Afghanistan Comes to London' to attention. It is the most reasoned piece I have seen by far on yesterdays events in Woolwich.

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