The village has a new idiot

The village in question is the self regarding Westminster village. The idiot in question is David Cameron.

The extent of this man’s stupidity and lack of honesty is laid bare by his comments concerning the EU budget, of which he said, get this:

We have succeeded quite spectacularly, we put together a big alliance to stop that juggernaut of 6% in its tracks.

Does this remind you of another British leader who returned from Europe lauding another grand achievement? This ‘spectacular success’ means British taxpayers will have to send around £450m to the EU. If that is considered a success then what in the name of all things holy is the definition of a failure? He genuinely expects us to believe this nonsense and embrace him as a conquering hero rather than what he really is – the impotent figurehead of an EU province sent home with his tail between his legs and carrying a tax demand for nearly half a billion pounds extra per year. Ask yourself:

  • Would a man being tortured by having all his teeth pulled out consider it a spectacular success if he compromised with his captors and only had his bottom set extracted?
  • Would a homeowner being burgled consider it a spectacular success if the police said the housebreakers could only leave the premises with only half  his possessions?

The man does not live in the real world, the one the rest of us live in. What should really concern taxpayers is something Cameron added to his inane comment. He said he had secured an agreement that from now on the EU budget:

[…] will reflect the spending cuts being made by national governments.

This is, I think, incredibly important, it will have a direct impact on the pocket of the UK taxpayer back at home. It is a significant prize.

Two points here. First, UK public sector expenditure is rising by £43bn between now and 2015, so Cameron is signalling his acceptance of further increases in the sums that will be demanded by the EU. It really will have a direct impact on our pockets, we will be paying even more. Second, to describe the manner of the confiscation of our tax pounds by the EU as a ‘significant prize’ demonstrates our political power within the structures of the EU. It is like saying that instead of being stabbed to death our assailant has kindly agreed to beat us to death with a brick instead. Some prize.

On this blog I’m not usually given to using profane language. However please forgive me for making an exception on this post. David Cameron is a shit for brains, spineless, lying, quisling bastard, devoid of any integrity and possessing a character that makes a plague infested rat skulking in a sewer seem respectable in comparison. I wish he and the rest of the charlatan political class would just fuck off.

Update: The Boiling Frog is equally unimpressed and asks the question answered above, ‘Is This Man Stupid’? Frog goes on to share the interesting comments of German MEP Martin Schulz and an unnamed European Commission official, who both pour scorn on Cameron’s claims that a deal has been done.

10 Responses to “The village has a new idiot”

  1. 1 WitteringsfromWitney 29/10/2010 at 5:00 pm

    Brilliant post AM – I have taken the liberty of nicking it with acknowledgements.

    Bit late to ask but hope you dont mind?

  2. 2 Autonomous Mind 29/10/2010 at 5:10 pm

    Be my guest. No problem at all.

  3. 3 Gawain 29/10/2010 at 6:02 pm

    And the idiot has his supporters
    Open Europe Director Mats Persson said: “David Cameron should be given credit for rallying an alliance against the European Parliament’s ludicrous demand for a 6% increase in the 2011 budget. “He worked hard and it paid off.”

    If it was ludicrous, which indeed it was, how is that only 12 countries out of a possible 26 joined him?

    How is it that teh President of teh Council, Mr van Rompuy told UKIP’s Paul Nuttall, that the Council ‘did not have the competance to decide’ and what they had produced was merely an opinion?

    Do tell Mats – or have you paymasters made it clear that you should lay off Dave?

  4. 4 Robert 29/10/2010 at 6:31 pm

    When have British prime ministers ever come back from Brussels with anything less than a major victory? If Cameron had agreed the 6% increase instead of the might be 2.9% increase it would still have been major victory. When Blair gave away our rebate for a mess of potage it was a major victory. In fact we have had so many major victories we almost run the EU.

    What may happen from this major set back for johnny foreigner is that a few more people back home may actually begin to suspect that Cameron’s spin is nothing more than spin.He may come to be seen for the spiv he really is. I gave up on Cameron and his Tory morons in October 2009. I suspect he will lose a few more voters after his latest victory in Brussels and even more when he refuses to hold a referendum on more power tranfers.

  5. 5 TheBoilingFrog 29/10/2010 at 11:08 pm

    Thanks for the link Autonomous Mind, it’s much appreciated. Cameron is so far out of his depth it’s embarrassing.

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