Cameron Goes To War With EU Over £1.7 Billion! You’ve Got To Laugh

Cameron and Hollande.

Cameron and Hollande.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Anyone would think there was an election next year. The Mails headline today

“One step closer to the exit: Cameron goes to war on £1.7 BILLION bill as he hints Britain will vote to leave EU… but why was he kept in the dark about shock demand?”

You can almost hear the conversation, “Qu’allons-nous faire au sujet de l’UKIP François?” “Ne vous inquiétez pas David, nous allons trouver un moyen de vous faire paraître puissant, laissez-moi faire et Jose”

 

Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson. How Involved Was David Cameron.

Jimmy-Murdoch-and-the-News-fo-the-World As the Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson case gains momentum, we learn today that they had a six year affair from 1998. Wow, lucky Grant Mitchell didn’t find out, I mean, it’s all about family ain’t it. What would Peggy, Phil, and Sam (she was the one with the lump of nose missing) have thought?

Anyway, enough of the jokes, what I am really waiting for are revelations about just how close they both were to Dave Cameron LOL. We already know Brooks and Cameron were very close, exchanging frequent texts often ending in LOL, until she told him it means “laugh out loud” and not “lots of love”.

And lets not forget that Dave employed Coulson against much advice that he was unsuitable. So just why did Dave insist on employing Rebekahs ex lover?

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Cameron Plugs Panasonic, But Doesn’t Buy Tesco’s Value Bread

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Sorry, It’s not really a Freephone call, but it will get you to number 10

You’ve got to love the old Murdoch hack Nick Ferrari, he manages to trap even the most hardened politician like a black widow spider, although to be fair, with Cameron it’s a bit of an unfair contest.

Today on LBC 97.3, Ferrari managed to extract from the PM that he doesn’t buy Tesco’s value bread, uses a Panasonic Bread maker, and the interesting snippet for me was that that his daughter got a sticker stuck up her nose. We can exclusively reveal that the sticker said “If found please return to 10 Downing Street”, well you know how prone he is to leaving things behind.

Not only did Dave not know how much Tesco’s bread cost, but he got in a great plug for Panasonic, and Cotswold crunch’ flour, at £4.38 a bag. In fact he loves the Panasonic bread maker, it takes 10 seconds to put the ingredients in and makes all types of bread. Not exactly a great sales pitch, but if a Tory toff can use it, anyone can.

Now, I’ve got to be honest here, I don’t buy value white bread either, I use a Morphy Richards bread maker which was a fiver at a boot fair, and ASDA bread flour which costs 80p a bag, and it tastes great. If Morphy Richards want to send me a new one, I’ll happily accept the bribe, but it got me thinking, is there any connection between Cameron and Panasonic?

Well, it turns out that there is. You see, “Call me Dave” visited Japan in 2012, and a deal was struck for Panasonic to invest in the UK, here is the article from chpa.co.uk

“Japanese electronics giant Panasonic is to set up a fuel cell research and development center in Cardiff as part of a £2 million investment. The announcement comes as part of a tour of Japan by British Prime Minister David Cameron.

Panasonic had previously announced in July 2011 that it was to locate its first European Fuel Cell Development Office in Langen, Germany. It is unclear whether the new facility, which the Welsh Government has also agreed to provide funding for, is a relocation of the planned Langen office or a supplement to it. Panasonic’s work in fuel cells focuses primarily on micro combined heat and power systems (micro-CHP), which it has successfully commercialised under the Ene-Farm brand in Japan. The Langen office was announced with the aim of developing fuel cell micro-CHP for the European market; it would be logical to assume the Cardiff office will serve the same purpose”

I bet Merkel is furious, she love a bit of fresh bread, I wonder if Dave came away with a few freebies?

Tebbit Calls For Cameron To “Get On Your Bike”

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David and best-est friend George on bikes. See what we did there! Love the shorts Dave.

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Dear old Norman Tebbit has stuck the knife into “Call me Dave” calling for him to quit to prevent British Tory voters flocking to the UKIP.

Guess where Norm decided to make this damaging attack on Posh boy Cameron, the Murnaghan program on Murdochs Lie Sky News, that’s where. Talk about kicking a bloke when he’s down, poor Dave’s had a tough time recently, what with messing up the war against Syria, leaving his red box unattended on a train, I bet Portillo enjoyed that one, clutching his Bradshaw, the word is he loves anything to do with chuffers.  It’s funny the things that flash through your mind, I wonder if Portillo was a fan of The Scaffold in the 60’s, you know them, Macca’s brother Mike singing about Lilley The Pink.

What was I talking about?, oh yes, Tebbit shafting Cameron, and of course Dave has just been plastered all over Instagram having a snooze on his sister in laws bed, complete the said “red box”, and no socks. OK, we can dismiss the last one, it was more like an advert for Curanail than a real off guard moment, they really think we are schtupid.

 

Mick Philpott is Not The Problem But a Symptom Of The Corrupt System.

I was really trying hard not to add my opinions to the grotesque Philpott saga, but the intervention of multi-millionaire George (Tory Toff) Osborne has forced me to break my silence.

We rightly live in a welfare state. There has to be a reasonable, lifestyle for everyone, including those who for whatever reason cannot work. But this must come with some provisos. Firstly no one should be better off by not working. Regardless of how the levels are set, supporting yourself and your family should always be the top priority. Everyone in employment should always earn more than everyone not employed.

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The authorities who control this should man up and stop taking the soft option. At the moment, genuine people who need help have to jump through hoops to get anywhere. Because they are almost certainly not professional scroungers, they don’t know how to play the system, and are an easy target for the officious jobs worth’s to fob off. Whereas the odious scumbags like Philpott ride rough shot over these people intimidating them into getting whatever they want.

Now you may not like me saying this, but every town across the country has their own versions of Philpott, the type of family you just wouldn’t want to live next door to. The Police take a “Softly Softly” approach at best, and simply ignore them at worst. They absolutely think they are untouchable producing generation after generation of a sort of underclass of professional scroungers, who truly believe that life is about how much you can con out of the rest of us.

Never ever should bringing a new life into the world be about earning more benefit money. Where the hell has personal responsibility gone? Having said that, also not being able to work should not be a reason for to stop people having a family, but there should be a natural regulation here. A new kid should not equate to an iPhone, sorry but it’s true.

So why has Osborne annoyed me. Well, to use this awful tragedy to justify a political end is simply appalling. Whether you agree with reforming the benefits system or not, you simply cannot look into the eyes of six dead children and effectively say “I told you so”. Let’s also start reforming the sponging parasites who are professional scroungers by making a career in politics, lining their pockets with our money, while doing their masters bidding, and then going off to be peace envoys and / or advisers to leading global banks raking in hundreds of millions of pounds while the rest of us suffer as a result of their “New Labour” policies. Was that a dig at Anthony Charles Lynton Blair, you bet your sweet “importunity in a public toilet with another male” it was.

Again, this is going to upset some people, but yes, I do believe the welfare system needs reforming, it is simply wrong that vile creatures like Philpott can get away with this for so long, and remember, as I said earlier, he is not alone, they are all over the place bleeding us dry. But for every scumbag at the bottom of the pile bleeding us dry, there is an equal and opposite scumbag at the top of the pile doing it as well, but in a much bigger and more lavish way, starting with the Royal Family down.

It’s not just the welfare state that needs reforming, but the whole system from top to bottom. Society in the UK is at the point of collapse. We have been taken over by the global elite, who have instigated the slow kill decline that we are now living through. Things can never get better, the likes of Cameron and the rest of them cannot and have no intention of saving us. They control our money supply, just look at Cyprus, our food, energy, health service, media, in fact everything, and if we don’t change things soon, it will be too late.

So in conclusion, yes, Philpott is a vile creature who deserves everything coming to him, but he is not the problem. He is a symptom of the corrupt broken system we have allowed to take over, while we sit and watch xFactor.

Phew, I managed to get through that without mentioning Iain Duncan Smith, ex Tory leader who lives rent free in a multi-million pound home. Do MP’s have to take the hypocrite (ic) oath?

Cameron’s Leveson deal is ‘threat to press freedom’, says human rights watchdog. And news blogs as well!

So the globalist soap opera rolls on. It appears that the whole Leveson phone hacking scandal was a means to an end.

What happens when you corner a rat? The rat attacks, and that is exactly what these rats are doing. They know that they’ve been rumbled. They are fully aware that people are waking up and exposing them for what they really are, political actors playing out a script written for them by the globalist masters, under the illusion of democracy.

People are starting to realise that all, and by that I mean all political parties are controlled by the elite. They play out the roles of government and opposition to reinforce the illusion of freedom, only to do as they are told when in power. Blair, a JPMorgan Chase man through and through, and still paid millions by them, plus earnings from Goldman Sachs, laid the foundations of the UK collapse under the guise of “New Labour”.

They are aware that some good journalists, yes there are still some, want to expose the truth. The rise of Alternative media sites, telling it how it really is, is a real threat to them, so they create a reason, planned over many years, to install controls on the media.

The hope that newspapers will refuse to sign up to this new charter is a false hope, as the newspapers are broadly owned by the same people who control the rest of the media.

This is a real threat and attack on freedom of speech on blogs like this. Here is a screen grab of the

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interpretations of the charter. Section 1,b(ii) clearly states news related websites!!

So the heat is being turned up. What’s that expression about “can’t stand the heat, get out of the kitchen”; well, I love cooking, sorry.

Here’s the article from the Telegraph.

David Cameron has been accused of creating a “threat to press freedom” by an international body which polices human rights in some of the most autocratic countries.

By Christopher Hope, and Rowena Mason7:20PM GMT 18 Mar 2013

The Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe, which usually polices elections to ensure against human rights abuses, said that the phone hacking scandal should not be used as an “excuse” to restrict free speech.
The intervention was made after the Prime Minister was accused of putting together a “grubby deal” after he dropped his opposition to use legislation to underpin a new system of press regulation.
The Labour and Liberal Democrat leaders met with a Conservative minister in secret talks which lasted until early Monday morning to hammer out a deal which could see the press regulated by a new Royal Charter.
Those who refuse to sign up, including websites, now face “exemplary damages” if they are taken to court.
Several of the country’s biggest newspaper groups, including Telegraph Media Group, issued a statement expressing their initial concerns over the proposals.

There is growing speculation that some newspapers and magazines may boycott the new system amid claims it violates fundamental human rights. Mr Cameron unveiled the plans in Parliament as several MPs – exposed for their own failings in the media – welcomed the crackdown. In a statement, a spokesman for the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe said: “A government-established regulatory body, regardless of how independent it is intended to be, could pose a threat to media freedom. “I still believe that self-regulation is the best way to deal with ethical lapses and failures to comply with professional standards. “The phone-hacking scandal was a criminal issue and the people involved are being prosecuted. This should not be used as an excuse to rein in all print media.” The Index on Censorship, a campaign group chaired by veteran BBC broadcaster Jonathan Dimbleby, said creation of Britain’s first official newspaper regulator for 300 years marks a “sad day for press freedom”. Mr Dimbleby said he is “dismayed” that politicians will now get power over the regulation of newspapers. The board has the gravest anxiety at the residual political powers the now expected outcome and system will give to politicians,” Mr Dimbleby said. “The two thirds block on any changes to the royal charter could be abused in the future – not least when today’s emerging consensus shows that the parties can come together in both houses to agree on press regulation.” In the Commons, Mr Cameron sought to draw a line under the phone hacking scandal which started with the claim that the mobile phone of murdered schoolgirl Milly Dowler was hacked by reporters and led to scores of journalists being arrested and a full blown judicial inquiry by Lord Justice Leveson. Insisting that the cross-party deal on press regulation would defend the principle of a free press, Mr Cameron told MPs: “My message to the press is clear. We’ve had the debate. Now it is time to get on and make this system work.” He defended the need to enshrine the royal charter in law, which could be amended by peers and MPs at a later date, insisting: “It is legislation to protect the royal charter, it is not legislation to recognise the royal charter. Setting out his reasons for opposing more fundamental legislation, he said it would be “wrong to run even the slightest risk of infringing free speech or a free press”. He added: “As Winston Churchill said, ‘a free press is the unsleeping guardian of every other right that free men prize, it is the most dangerous foe of tyranny’. By rejecting statutory regulation but being in favour of a royal charter this House has defended that principle.” The royal charter will be submitted to the Queen for approval in May, once the necessary legislation has been approved by MPs and peers. Read the draft royal charter in full:

 

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