The acronym C.A.M.E.R.O.N. stands for; Cant Arrogance Mendaciousness Effrontery Ridiculousness Obsequiousness Narcissism.
This sums up David Cameron, the man masquerading as Prime Minister of a supposedly independent state perfectly.
One of the prominent features of any person fitting this particular acronym is enormous hypocrisy. Today, David Cameron will stand with great aplomb and solemnity amidst the celebrities in Paris to mourn a group of cartoonists he would have condemned for bigoted xenophobia a fortnight ago. That is before these people were murdered by two bigoted xenophobes.
Cameron’s hypocrisy is shown by his own pompous riposte to Mr Farage’s comments about multiculturalism. After rebuking Farage Cameron went onto state:
“Those values include freedom of speech, the right to disagree, the right to argue in public, the right to have government under the rule of law, the right a tolerant society with a strong democracy. Today is the day for those arguments and I would argue not much more than that.”
British Gazette comment: An excellent authority on this is a certain Mr Timothy Miller of Eastleigh in Hampshire who in December 2013 had the brazen effrontery to hang a sign outside his house which stated: “Dear Father Christmas All we really need is our country back.” Mr Miller received a visit from the Police soon afterwards. See: http://www.british-gazette.co.uk/2013/12/21/all-i-want-for-christmas-is-a-visit-from-the-police/
So there you have it! It is not Mr Miller who possesses brazen effrontery it is Mr David (C.A.M.E.R.O.N) Cameron.
If Mr Cameron wants to show his support for the murdered cartoonists, he should repeal all the restrictive legislation relating to so called “hate crime” and allow true freedom of speech.
But then David Cameron would never do such a thing – it would annoy Mrs Theresa May – she who describes the party of which she is a member as being “the nasty party” – which presumably is why she and Cameron joined it.
Doctor Johnson had it right when he penned, “Hypocrisy is the necessary burden of villainy.”