posted on Oct, 13 2013 @ 01:12 AM
David Cameron is, as stated in the petition, an unelected Prime Minister. He does not have a mandate from the people to do anything. And,
moreover, what he IS doing is in direct opposition to most of his election promises. In particular his and his party's shocking, brutal attacks on the
poor and the disabled, while continuing to grant tax breaks to themselves and their rich corporate cronies, supporters, and funders. Never has
political corruption and contempt for the populace been so shameless and barefaced. They need to go. NOW.
I completely agree with above feeling, surely what cameron is doing is criminal and there must be something the people can do?
There is a petition here that already has 4,632 supporters and climbing here:
We have an unelected prime minister who is below the opposition in the polls and clearly attacking the poor and lower working class while at the same
time hoarding the countries wealth for himself and his rich buddies and associates. There are protests up and down the country against the NHS cuts
and bedroom tax etc.
I was wondering, why do they need 100,000 signers, if they get this number will that force an early election? What more does cameron have to do for
the average Joe to protest against him, and does a forced early election under the circumstances seem a possibility as myself and many other brits are
When I hear "attacking the poor and working class" all I hear is the filth of communist puss oozing out of your indoctrinated mouth.
Get out of the UK for once and realize what a backward fascist dump it is.
Your conservatives and labor party fight over control of the same socialist-fascist garbage heap. Whoever controls the government controls where the
government spends its money and who gets that money. You should abandon government, and adopt sane sound principles of free market capitalism.
Let's face it if your country were good at getting rid of the poor you wouldn't have any after 60years of nearly uninterrupted Labour
edit on 13-10-2013 by FreeMason because: (no reason given)