Cameron: Alternatives must not be permitted

Cam Jong-Eu, Great Guiding Star of the Post-Democratic Century, has been at it again.

The Dear Autocrat has given another flatulent interview to The House magazine, where he was asked whether Nigel Farage should be included in the general election party leaders’ debate.  The answer was classic Cameron:

‘Obviously we have to decide on this nearer the time, but the TV debates should be about, you know, the parties that are going to form the Government, in my view.’

When it comes to politics only members of the groovy gang are allowed to play. This is an example of the anti-democratic political consensus pulling up the drawbridge, lest any alternative to their cosy round-robin government club might be able to make use of such a high profile platform to expose the vacuous, self serving and ignorance quislings for the treacherous and duplicitous con artists they are.

The door is closed to those outside the bubble by the Oxbridge PPE grads who have stolen control of this country’s political system.  Today it is Farage being kept on the margins.  Tomorrow it could be someone who is genuine leadership material with a sound vision of a positive future for this country.

This isn’t about the personalities, it’s about the principle of enabling those people who still vote to be able to make an informed choice about how they cast their ballot within this substandard system.  Cameron’s comments demonstrate how party politics is being stitched up to remain the preserve of the three serial failure parties, where no matter which of them forms the government the agenda and outcomes remain the same for the poor bloody citizen.

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9 Responses to “Cameron: Alternatives must not be permitted”


  1. 1 Jeremy Bridges 18/01/2013 at 9:03 pm

    agreed. The cosy telationship twixt the Broadcasters and the political class ensures that both keep their monopolies intact

  2. 2 Joe Public 18/01/2013 at 9:04 pm

    Of course, Dave’s quite right.

    “‘Obviously we have to decide on this nearer the time, but the TV debates should be about, you know, the parties that are going to form the Government, in my view.’”

    I look forward to the Tories, Labour & UKIP debate.

    No point in inviting a party which came 4th in recent polls.

  3. 3 prometheus1938 18/01/2013 at 9:04 pm

    Yes, your right?????

  4. 4 Woodsy42 18/01/2013 at 9:47 pm

    ‘I look forward to the Tories, Labour & UKIP debate.’ – so do I Joe Public, but we won’t get it. They will decide that only parties with a significant number of sitting MPs are included.

  5. 5 raymond jones 18/01/2013 at 10:03 pm

    So this guy thinks he is born to rule eh, Rule what, he spends half his time on his knees to Europe, now he will finish up on his knees to the yanks. Before he ventures any father into his halo, he needs to look at the state of the country and realize that there are no contributions in the mess from ordinary uneducated people, it is all the work of the self glorification halo brigade, they are all useless.

  6. 6 Paul Williamson 18/01/2013 at 10:33 pm

    Clearly Cameron believes in a free competitive market for politics where the barriers to entry are as high as possible and cartels can freely indulge themselves. All those on the top 5 or so of every industry do it.

  7. 7 ianhillsatsparklingsites 18/01/2013 at 11:41 pm

    Wonder when The Party will make all mention of UKIP a matter of thoughtcrime? Except during the two-minute hate, of course.

  8. 8 Andy Baxter 19/01/2013 at 8:16 am

    “out of the mouth of babes” as they say……

    this comment he said reveals more about the contempt we are held in than any other he has so far said.

    file it for copy….it needs to be used again.

  9. 9 blackswansblog 19/01/2013 at 12:02 pm

    Getting anywhere with motions of ‘No Confidence’ in a political party’s leadership are difficult enough. But what we really need is to be able to vote ‘No Confidence’ in all the parties.


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