Thursday, 30 October 2008

David Cameron: Toff at the Top (part1)

Excellent documentary showing the rise to power, elite connections and wavering opinions of Tory leader David Cameron.

Peter Hitchens of the Daily Mail documents the reality of Cameron's background and character and contrasts it with the image he has been careful to portray.

Essential viewing for anybody interested in the man who may one day become British Prime Minister.

Try not to vomit too much. Tomorrow, I will put up Part 2 which features Davids time in the Bullingdon Club.


Anonymous said...

Thanks for that, Green Arrow! I think most people are aware that Cameron's a fake, the problem is that people are so infuriated and disgusted by what Labour are doing they feel there is nobody else to turn to.

The Tories have radically changed, though, and alienated much of many of their grassroots supporters. These are potential converts to our cause.

Anonymous said...

This chubby faced fat boy has ensured there is no "Right" wing in Britain but the BNP.
He is a soft handed geeky excuse for a man with no morals or political courage. I say that as a Tory of 38yrs. I am proud to have transferred my vote to the BNP.

Brian Thompson


Anonymous said...

C.A. Moron says that we shouldn't make any connection between Islam and terrorism: "You can't even start to talk about a truly integrated society while people are suffering racist insults and abuse, as many still are in our country on a daily basis. We must also be careful about the language we use. No Muslim I've ever met is offended by Christmas, or supports its replacement with 'Winterval'. But many Muslims I've talked to about these issues are deeply offended by the use of the word 'Islamic' or 'Islamist' to describe the terrorist threat we face today."

Ah, the wonders of an Eton education!

By the way - Here's some of the lyrics the Eton boating song:

Swing swing together,
With your bodies between your knees...

...And nothing in life shall sever,
The chain that is round us now.
Others will fill our places,
Dressed in the old light blue....

...But we'll still swing together,
And swear by the best of schools...

Gay bondage fetishism and more besides. I'm not sure why there's the need to dress in light blue when filling another fellow's place (or is it when you have your own place filled) but no doubt Dave and Boris could explain the homoerotic significance of this colour.