Cameron is Britain’s equivalent of Burma’s dictators

Hot on the heels of the European Union sending election monitors to Tanzania to ensure the people can ‘get the government they voted for’ we now have David Cameron turning to the theme of democracy and democratic accountability.

In the House of Commons today the slimy hypocrite prefixed his statement about the G20 meeting in Korea with a reference to the release of Aung San Suu Kyi. Without any sense of irony Cameron said:

I am sure that the whole House will want to join me in welcoming the liberation, at last, of Aung San Suu Kyi. Her tenacity and courage in the face of injustice has been truly inspiring. I spoke to her this morning to pass on the congratulations of everyone in this country on her release and her remarkable stand on democracy and human rights. We must now work to ensure that her release is followed by freedom for more than 2,000 other political prisoners in Burma and that this becomes the first step towards the people in Burma genuinely being able to choose the person whom they want to run their country.

Oh piss off. It never ceases to amaze me how a quisling stooge like Cameron, who pointedly refuses to ask the British people for their consent to remain in the European Union, can stand there and make statements such as that in italics above when he denies the British people any say over who runs Britain – namely the unelected and unaccountable EU.

Why is it that self determination and the ability to chose who runs a country is a principle that should only apply in other countries? If Cameron had an ounce of integrity he would accept that principle, first and foremost, must apply in Britain. But he won’t because in his own slimy way Cameron is every bit as much a dictator as the members of the military junta in Myanmar, restricting freedom and exerting control over the people he supposedly leads – because he thinks he knows what’s best for us.

4 Responses to “Cameron is Britain’s equivalent of Burma’s dictators”

  1. 1 WitteringsfromWitney 15/11/2010 at 9:56 pm

    Well said AM. Have linked and quoted some of it.

  2. 2 cosmic 15/11/2010 at 10:54 pm

    I can’t say that Cameron brings the Burmese junta to mind. They know exactly what they are about, they are tough, and they don’t care much who they piss off.

    Cameron’s more like a poisonous concoction of the weak and deceitful Heath and the glib and deceitful Blair. But you could also compare him to Major and a list of others.

    The sheer humbug of prattling on about Burmese democracy while playing his full part in handing us over to the EU, which regards democracy in the way a vampire regards the Cross, is inescapable.

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