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Originally posted by kevinunknown
Is David Cameron Trying to tell us Something?
Right as most of you probably know 3 months ago we in Brittan were granted a new Prime Minister, David Cameron, and a coalition government. If I am honest I would have liked the other guys to get in, not because I particularly like labour but because I think they are the best of a ban bunch.
That being said thus far good old Dave hasn’t really done anything yet that has got me annoyed so thus far he has my support. This thread however is not about my political view points, it’s about something I have noticed about David Cameron, I think he knows something, something big.
Prior to the election I thought of David Cameron being highly articulate and intelligent, I cannot recall him saying anything accidently that has all changed since he has became PM. The first thing he said was suspicious but probably just a mistake, he said that the “twin towers had been blown up”. Ok fair enough essay mistake to make and that on its own could be forgiven.
His next controversial statement was not a mistake he very clearly accused the Pakistani stat of supporting and exporting terrorism. He effectively said when it came to Pakistan and terrorism the Pakistani state were effectively double dealing and that this was undermining security in the Middle East. As if that wasn’t bad enough he also made the extraordinary claim that he had discussed this with President Obama.
Then he made another little mistake he said that Iran had a nuclear weapon and this was justification for supporting Turkey to join the EU. The 9/11 claim very well could have been a mistake but there is a whole world of difference between saying Iran wants a nuclear weapon and Iran has a nuclear weapon.
On his first state visit to America he is rumoured to have offended Obama by pressing him to consider the economic implications his tough stance over BP would have on the UK economy..
He further insulted the Americans reportedly by declining to assist with any investigation into the release of the Lockerbie bomber.