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Racism White People N***** Empty Apologies


A jolly in apartheid South Africa breaching international sanctions didn’t stop David Cameron becoming PM. The Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson, didn’t need to use anything as sophisticated as “Mutton-headed old mugwump” to ridicule black people. He merely described us as ‘piccaninnies’ with ‘watermelon smiles’ who should be grateful that white people saved us from relying…

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David Cameron’s Legacy


Popular opinion would lead you to believe David Cameron’s legacy was wealth, unity, prosperity for all, and Theresa May.  As Theresa is untested as the Prime Minister, I don’t think she can form part of his legacy.  The richest few have seen an annual increase in their wealth. However, the middle class are squeezed, and the…

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Too Many Big Buts In Politics


There are too many dissemblers (Two-faced people) leading British politics.  I appreciate that politics must involve compromise but not bare faced hypocrisy.  Andrea Leadsom said that she did not want to make Theresa May’s childlessness an issue.  She said ‘That would be really horrible, but genuinely I feel that being a mum means…’  There’s that big…

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EU: To Leave or Not to Leave?


We must pause and think very carefully about the agendas of those who wanted the EU Referendum and why they want to leave the EU. The reasons are of paramount importance if we are going to unsettle an issue for a generation and dive into the unknown.

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I Became A Low Achiever In 24 Hours


Millionaire Sir Alan Duncan, Rutland and Melton MP condescendingly dismissed people who ‘aren’t millionaires’ as ‘low achievers’ on Monday 11 April.  I am not a millionaire.  He also said during his defence of David Cameron on Monday that David Cameron’s tax critics, of whom I am one, ‘hate anyone with a hint of wealth.’  That…

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David Cameron’s Two Faces On Taxation


Taxes are vital to the well-being of a nation.  They pay for education, health care, security and transport.  Therefore, it is our duty to pay taxes.  There has been growing public outrage at tax avoidance.  Prime Minister David Cameron (DC) joined in saying that tax avoidance was morally wrong.  His tax crusade is part of…

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Syria – ‘Bogus Battalions’, Balderdash and Bullying


David Cameron has achieved his goal and Britain is bombing Islāmic State (IS) in Syria.  He won his vote in the House of Commons by claims of bogus battalions, balderdash and bullying. The skies over Syria were filled with aircraft bombing before Britain joined. The conventional wisdom is that air power is backed up by…

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Syria – ‘Something Must Be Done’ but that does not necessarily mean bombing


David Cameron, will ask Parliament for permission to join the military action against Islamic State (IS) in Syria.  Primarily, because IS pose a “serious and undeniable” threat to Britain.   It was only two years ago that he proposed bombing Syria, again in self defence.  The threat to Britain was the Syrian President, Bashar al-Assad.  Parliament…

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Watch Out, Watch Out, There’s An Immigrant About…


Watch out there are swarms of marauding immigrants about who threaten our ‘standard of living.’ They are putting great pressure on our public services according to our Prime Minister (PM) and senior politicians. The problem is so severe that there have been meetings of the Government’s emergency Cobra team who have considered options to close the Channel Tunnel…

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