Cameron’s lies are the nails in the Tory coffin

As this blog regularly reminds readers, don’t judge politicians by their words, judge them by their actions.

Actions such as these that follow meaningless pledges to the contrary.

It is not just the left lining up against Cameron.  As one would expect, his Conservative colours make him the target of the tribalists who back Labour and the Lib Dems.

But his control freakery, deceit, waste of our money on overseas spending as vulnerable Britons go without, broken pledges and pandering to a social democrat agenda is now making him the target of classical liberals and those who want a smaller state that keeps out of people’s lives.

It will be just desserts for such an unprincipled opportunist and the tribal Tory idiots who continue to prop up and support the unconservative agenda he is pursuing.


13 Responses to “Cameron’s lies are the nails in the Tory coffin”

  1. 1 napiersabre 13/11/2011 at 11:24 pm

    When the conservatives came to power, sort of, I had this sense of relief that we were rid of Brown. But it was obvious before polling day that the boy had blown it with his incoherent policies, and now I feel we have something worse than Brown. Is this possible and how could it have happened?

    It is obvious that events are moving faster than his brain, or that of the establishment can handle. I don’t think the man will last another year, although I have to say todays Politicians are experts at holding power and completely useless at exercising it. I see he is in troble over the waste that is the unecessary HS2 as well.

  2. 2 Edward. 14/11/2011 at 9:11 am

    More money down the black hole but at least it serves as a salve to ease gormless Dave’s massive inferiority complex and thoroughly naive world view – is OK then.
    Teaching ‘green politics’ to future African despots, will only foster greater hatred of the greedy West and make future terrorism more likely. Thus achieving the antithetical [perceived] outcome of Dave’s naive eco-lunatic, artificial social conscience, feed the starving agenda.

    The greenpeace warrior and hand that moves the glove puppet has had a big role in all of this.

  3. 3 NickM 14/11/2011 at 9:46 am

    It was completely obvious that CMD was a chancer from before his election. His “cast iron” duplicity was known, and his policies were “mush” (Private Eye).

    There is no doubt that his stupid policies have wasted the last 18 months. Government spending is now more than it was a year ago, yet he regularly gets blamed by the BBC and others on the left for wicked “cuts”.

    He should have got us out of the EU; sold off the BBC; closed DfID; vastly simplified the tax system and cut the tax burden; started the build of coal and nuclear power stations; cut out green fascism. This would have really cut government spending. He didn’t, he won’t and he never will. He is Heath mk2 without the brains.

  4. 4 Edward. 14/11/2011 at 10:06 am

    He should have got us out of the EU; sold off the BBC; closed DfID; vastly simplified the tax system and cut the tax burden; started the build of coal and nuclear power stations; cut out green fascism. This would have really cut government spending. He didn’t, he won’t and he never will. He is Heath mk2 without the brains.

    Nothing to add, except if Dave makes Heath look good, it doesn’t say much for fluffy chops.

  5. 5 Lynne 14/11/2011 at 11:16 am

    What NickM said – with bells on.

  6. 6 ReefKnot 14/11/2011 at 12:02 pm

    NickM is right. We are wasting a great opportunity.

  7. 7 Sceptical Steve 14/11/2011 at 12:42 pm

    The recent regime change in Athens and Rome should alert us to what is going on here. For a number of years, the EU has had an effective veto on the democratic process, whether it’s the installation of “technocratic govenments” in Italy and Greece, or the ease with which they, and various national governments, feel able to ignore supposedly binding referenda.

    Since the slow collapse of Thatcher’s government in 1989/90, successive PMs have rolled over to have their tummies tickled by Europe but, more alarmingly, the full weight of the establishment has been turned against anyone showing the slightest tendency to independent thought.

    Our ruling elite has encouraged us to sleep-walk into this bizarre dictatorship of the corrupt and incompetent, and only now are they starting to realise that ruling without a democratic mandate causes the build up of political tensions that eventually become uncontrollable.

    On this subject, I was watching Tony Blair on Andrew Marr (I think) at the weekend and he was asked who was to blame for the current crisis. As always, the response was that “Now is not the time” for looking for the culprits. It never is….

  8. 8 Brian H 15/11/2011 at 11:11 am

    So Cameron goes down, and Labour gets in?

    Britain is doomed. By its own inanity.

  9. 9 PeterMG 15/11/2011 at 9:07 pm

    Brian H One of the things that is always a problem with us ordinary foke is that we are too impatient when it comes to political change. We could learn from the Arabs here who bide there time. However I digress Cameron only had six months at most after being elected to effect real changes giving him 4 and a half years in which to hope that the changes bear fruit. He has wasted 18 months, made no real changes, got into a pickle with his coalition partners, and is now looking completely out of his depth.

    It maybe the case that the worst case scenario for Britain is 5 more years of Cameron. 5 years of Labour maybe just the medicine needed to shake the rest of the population into life and provide an as yet unidentified leader with the mandate for radical change that would see a massive reduction in the state and an environment in which our entrepreneurs can prosper and provide the jobs that are so elusive today.

  10. 10 Sceptical Steve 15/11/2011 at 9:33 pm

    Peter, I think you’re labouring under the common misapprehension that a UK (or should we now just say English?) PM actually has any serious autonomy. Virtually all legislation entering onto the statute book either originates from or is vetted by the European authorities as we all strive towards our treaty obligations of striving for “Ever Closer Union” with our European partners.

    Whole Whitehall departments, notably the FCO, DEFRA and the DECC make no secret of the fact that they receive their direction from outside Westminster.

    Under those circumstances, it’s hardly surprising that Cameron’s made no real changes in 18 months.

  11. 11 Bob 16/11/2011 at 1:18 pm

    “Germany is dominating Europe”

    Political Puppetry in the Eurozone:

  12. 12 PeterMG 16/11/2011 at 2:32 pm

    Sceptical Steve. You may be right however here is the the real Law. Parliament has primacy over all Law in the UK. The issue is we have the wrong people in Parliament including a gutless and useless PM. We don’t need a referendum, we just need those who pretend to represent us, to do just that. They can bring any proposal to Parliament and vote on it. End of story, other than we then need to enshrine somehow a limit on their spending so a future spendthrift such as Brown can not give it all away again. And we need to limit the size of the public sector in Law. We need regulation that promotes small business and gives them an advantage vrs the multinational corporate, where the wealth tends to be concentrated in the hands of a few at the expense of the majority. In other words we need pure capitalism back and not the regulated type called corporatism.

    Remember “regulation is nationalisation without paying” quote Richard North I believe. Regulation destroys innovation and removes competition, 2 of the primary drivers of our economy in the past.

    If more people engaged their brains they would understand this and understand we are being lied to constantly.

  13. 13 jameshigham 16/11/2011 at 5:30 pm

    It’s coming. From the EU squirming and the chutzpah of the stability mechanism to Cameron himself, the writing is on the wall.

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