On the Blue Blog David Cameron, leader of the
Conservative Cameron Party, states his belief in why the Copenhagen/UN conference on climate change is so important.
David Cameron is obviously 'signed-up' to the fact that climate change is a 'given' and that the science is 'proven' No mention, of course, that he cannot decide these matters for the benefit of his country and that he is beholden to compliance with our masters in Brussels. That would require an admission of honesty, something which is most noticable, on his part, by its absence. No mention that the 'science' on which this idea of climate change is based has been shown to be a scam.
Making the point that members of his - note the word 'his', when surely it should be the country's - shadow cabinet, have set out plans to protect the environement, not one word about how this is designed to hasten said compliance.
Cameron writes: "Two incredibly powerful ideas lie behind these policies. The first is about the role of the state. Government does have a role to play in helping people to live sustainably. But it is at its best when it enables people to take action for themselves.". I, for one, do not like the phrase 'The first is about the role of the state. Government does have a role to play in helping people to live sustainably. But it is at its best when it enables people to take action for themselves.', in that it shows, under a Conservative government, the people of this country have yet more central government diktats to come. What happened to the idea that it is people's lives Dave, and as such it is not your 'choice' how they live those lives? If only people were allowed to 'take action for themselves', rather than doing what will amount to that dictated by government.
Stating that we, in this country, cannot afford to ignore what is happening in the rest of the world Cameron, in turn, ignores one basic principle. As a Prime Minister - if he actually does become one - before he saves the world, he has to save this country, he has to save the people of this country from having their culture and way of life subjorned by a minority of other races that seem determined to wreck it, he has to ensure that we can govern ourselves and decide our own laws.
Probably the most laughable statement by Cameron is that "The second idea is about international leadership. I believe passionately that just as we are part of One Nation here in Britain....". When one considers that we are no longer an independent nation, but merely a region in the EU 'empire', that statement is no more than a plea by Cameron to get his name into the media as the 'Gauleiter' of EU Region UK1.
And this is the person who believes he should be Prime Minister of the United Kingdom? Presumably this belief is based on his qualification as a charlatan!