On the death of King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia.
‘King Abdullah was a strong advocate of women’
– Christine Lagarde, head of the IMF
Why make up bullshit when all that was needed was to remain silent, you Lagarde are part of the problem.
This is what David Cameron, leader of a liberal democracy had to say about the despotic puppet leader of Saudi Arabia, King Abdullah, who died today.
“He will be remembered for his commitment to peace and for strengthening understanding between faiths”
– David Cameron
What sort of fawning, arse licking, sycophantic dough ball faced idiot is Cameron exactly? All that education counts for nothing if you don’t understand when is the time to stay silent, say nothing but he can’t help himself, he has to play the statesman and in so doing betray the values and intelligence of more than 60,000,000 Brits. Thanks Cameron, you sorry excuse for a P.M.
Thanks to Huffington Post and journalist Andrea Mann for the article which inspires this.
Well Cameron’s record is truly awful, the point I would like to address is his treatment of disabled people, more so his ‘holier than thou’ attitude towards people who question him about his record here. I have no such fear of asking Cameron, ‘name one significant and positive thing that you have done to enrich or make better the lives of disabled people since you came to office?’
The reason I can ask without fear of being drowned under the ocean of tears cried over his tragically dead disabled son, is that I have lived with a serious disability for many years, I know too much about the subject of disability, I don’t need lectures from Cameron on my suitability to comment.
I have no doubt of Cameron’s sincere grief at the loss of his son but he has no right to use the death of his child to silence the debate on the unfair treatment of disabled people under his government. If every time an opposition MP brings up the subject of disability in the House of Commons, he is going to lecture and rant and draw his ‘joker’ card of disability to silence debate, then he is truly the sorry, limited individual I perceive him to be.
Grow up Cameron, grow a pair and debate like the experienced politician you should now be. That said the question remains, ‘name one significant and positive thing that you have done to enrich or make better the lives of disabled people since you came to office?’