You do the fighting, I’ll do the talking

Every time he opens his mouth David Cameron reveals a little bit more of the idiocy within.

His latest comment, an attempt to stem criticism from senior members of the armed forces, underlines Cameron’s stupidity.  How exactly does Cameron expect the military to do the fighting when the size of the armed forces is being pared back, equipment that is essential for independent operations is being decommissioned at break neck speed and certain personnel have little time for training and recovery between deployment to theatre?

Yes, the Ministry of Defence has squandered billions on ludicrous procurement decisions. Yes, the Defence Chiefs have failed their commands by setting their hearts on equipment designed for use in conventional warfare while all our operations since the Falklands have been asymmetric. But this has been allowed to happen by the utter failure of the politicians to control that for which they are responsible.

In a way Cameron is being honest when he says he will do the talking.  Talk is all he is good for.  Cheap talk and empty rhetoric.  But he is fundamentally dishonest when he tells the armed forces to get on with the fighting because the defence policy of his band of traitorous quislings is eviscerating the British military and neutering its ability to function independently. It is not even an accident, it is being done by design as part of a bigger European plan to create an EU army that leaves member states reliant on interdependency.

Perhaps the Defence Chiefs could restore some semblence of honour if they admit they have been wrong to go along with the EU’s grand plan, discovered their backbones and oaths to defend this country’s interests and told Cameron what he can do with his words.

4 Responses to “You do the fighting, I’ll do the talking”

  1. 1 pirran 22/06/2011 at 12:53 am

    Dave, we’ll do the talking, you do the walking….

  2. 2 Brian Hall 22/06/2011 at 3:52 am

    The Peter Principle really hit a home run when Cameron got elected.

  3. 3 Derek 22/06/2011 at 7:05 am

    Since when did the armed forces swear allegiance to a PM, it has always been to the Crown.

    Birthday dinner at No.10 my foot! Oh to be a fly upon the wall.

  4. 4 Clive Francis 22/06/2011 at 5:41 pm

    PM – You do the fighting – I’ll do the talking.

    Air Marshal – But my worry is – who’s doing the thinking?

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