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Sunday, July 07, 2013

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Should we now deport David Cameron?

David Cameron said he was “absolutely delighted” that Abu Qatada has been deported after an eight-year fight to throw him out of Britain.

Cammeron said "This is something this Government said it would get done and we have got it done, and it is an issue that like the rest of the country has made my blood boil that this man who has no right to be in our country, who is a threat to our country and that it took so long and was so difficult to deport him, but we have done it, he is back in Jordan, and that is excellent news."

and Cameron isn't a threat?

 "I believe that Britain should want to remain in the EU so the EU should want us to stay"......

"Because with courage and conviction I believe we can deliver a more flexible, adaptable and open European Union in which the interests and ambitions of all its members can be met.

With courage and conviction I believe we can achieve a new settlement in which Britain can be comfortable and all our countries can thrive.

And when the referendum comes let me say now that if we can negotiate such an arrangement, I will campaign for it with all my heart and soul."


e.g. David Cameron, like Abu Qatada, He has the courage of his conviction

i.e. David Cameron is the European Unions spiritual leader in Great Britain


 
 

2 Comments:

Anonymous Ed P said...

What a two-faced swine the PM is. There is no mechanism, not a hope, no way, nil, zilch (you get the idea) of renegotiating our terms of membership. Our only escape from the EUSSR nightmare is by deploying Article 50 - leaving it. THEN we could seek to join EFTA or have an arrangement similar to Norway's.

9:22 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Only by flatly boycott the 3 corrupt LibLabCon Political party & vote for alternatives www.thisisourland.info

2:14 pm  

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