About David Cameron – Prime Minister and Champion of the ‘Remain’ Campaign

A link provided by Ed in a comment on my last post led me in a strange direction about D Cameron, MP and PM of the UK. The link was to a source that suggested that Cameron was instrumental in covering up a paedophilia ring in high places. It was quite amusing to read about the tenuous links of A to B (eg, the links between Jimmy Savile and Prince Charles), B to C, C to D, and D to A, etc. It was all rather far-fetched.

But that led me to look up Cameron’s career. There is a Wikipedia article here:


Bear in mind, when reading it, that it was probably written by himself or his mates or his personal publicist.

I have said on numerous occasions that I did not understand how Cameron appeared from nowhere, strutted about on the stage at a Conservative Party Conference, reciting his learned-by-heart speech, and become Leader of the Tory Party. Where did he come from? How did that happen? I’ve never been particularly motivated to try to find out the facts before now. My reason now is due to his championing of ‘Remain’ in the EU along with his silence about ecigs being included in the TOBACCO products directive. He must surely be aware that the only reason that we have the mess of potage that is Article 2o of the TPD (virtually banning ecigs) is because the junior Minister of Health, Anna Soubry, was totally ignorant that such an Article existed. The fact is that she did not give a shit about Article 20, nor did her boss, the Secretary of State for Health, nor did his boss,  the PM, Cameron.

Cutting a long story short, the immensely rich and privileged ‘David William Donald Cameron’ (what’s in a name? David: Welsh, William: English, Donald: Scottish) moved effortlessly from Eton to Oxford Uni.

“In October 1985, Cameron began his Bachelor of Arts course in Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE) at Brasenose College, Oxford.”

According to the Wikipedia article (written by whoever), Cameron was a whiz at economics. Strange that, since ‘Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE)’ is an immensely wide subject. To become an ‘expert’ in philosophy, and an ‘expert’ in politics, and an ‘expert’ in economics takes some doing. Perhaps the wealth of the Camerons imbued our David with superhuman intellectual abilities.

From Oxford Uni, Dave went into the Tory Party research department, or something like that. The position is not clear. Let’s say that he must have been really, really brilliant because he was soon advising Ministers of the Crown. Such brilliance!

He moved then into commerce. He became ‘Director of Corporate Affairs’ for a TV company called ‘Carlton Communications’. What is a ‘Director of Corporate Affairs’? It sounds like his job was to look after ‘the body’ of the corporation. Bearing in mind his high up links to the Tory Party, it sounds like his job was to lobby the Tories, and thus gain advantages for ‘the body’ of Carlton. Maybe he did a wonderful job. We do not know.

Then he decided to become an MP. Easy-peasy. After a couple of failures, he succeeded in the year 2000 and became the MP for Witney in Oxfordshire, a safe Tory seat. Between 2000 and 2005, he had some vague shadow, junior positions in opposition.

Then, in 2005, HE STOOD FOR THE TORY LEADERSHIP AND WON! So, this person, who just happened to be stupendously wealthy, and who was a ‘whiz’ at economics, just happened to throw his hat into the ring, with almost no experience of Government or Parliament, and strutted away with the Prize.

What does the above show? It shows that the ability to learn speeches off-by-heart is paramount, and to be ‘the chosen one’. Who does the choosing? Who chose Cameron to be the ‘chosen one’? Who permitted him to strut around on the stage giving his learned-off-by-heart speech?

Is it reasonable to say that the same people are now prompting him to champion the Elite in Brussels? Cameron was born into the Elite. He wants to ‘Remain’ in the Elite.

What ought to be obvious is that the EU is no different from any other Ruling Class, whether it be aristocracy or merit. Whatever the system, the real workers are poorly rewarded while the ‘aristocrats’ cream off the riches.

The UN, WHO, IPCC, etc have been designed precisely to keep the poorest people poor, while slightly improving their situation. Meanwhile, the richest people get richer and richer.

Only a few people own the whole world.



6 Responses to “About David Cameron – Prime Minister and Champion of the ‘Remain’ Campaign”

  1. michaeljmcfadden Says:

    Well, hopefully a Brexit victory will take him down a notch.

    Thanks for the background Junican!


    • junican Says:

      A very potted version, MjM. I suspect that the result of the referendum will depend upon who can be bothered to vote. Polls will only reveal the preferences of those who are interested. Are there enough smokers and vapers to make a decisive difference? What I think is quite likely is that the 3 million or so UKIP supporters are more committed to vote than the vast majority of Labour and Tory voters. How likely is it that Scottish nationalists will vote ‘Remain’, even though their party says to do so, if they are not actually bothered one way or the other? The same applies to most Labour and Tory people who vote the same election after election. This referendum is a totally different thing. I can see millions of people having no opinion either one way or the other. All the shouting from Cameron et al is intended to scare voters into voting.

  2. Rose Says:

    Does David Cameron still smoke? PM admits he’s only been ‘relatively successful’ in bid to give up
    16 Dec 2015

    “The Tory leader made the confession today during the final Prime Minister’s Questions of 2015 as he backed the use of e-cigarettes to help people quit.

    He told the Commons he has been through the battle to stop several times – but only “relatively successfully”.

    “In 2011 he said he had changed his mind to be in favour of the smoking ban after his battle to give up.

    Speaking at another Prime Minister’s Questions at the time, he said: “As a former smoker and someone who believes strongly in liberties and someone who did not support it at the time, it has worked.”

    There you are he went slowly mad in office which explains a lot.

    • junican Says:

      LoL! Of course he has not stopped smoking! When he finally gets some privacy with SamCam, and the kids are in bed, he will open his safe, take out his packet of five woodbines and box of matches and smoke them with relish, while imbibing a glass or two of his favourite alcoholic beverage. Of course, he will burn the empty cig packet.
      But what a pathetic excuse to persecute smokers! It is that which gives me hope that ‘private property’ will return to be so, and that the idea of ‘public places’ will cease to be have any authority.

  3. Ed Says:

    I think one of the key figures in his meteoric rise was his then girlfriend’s (now wife) mum, Lady Astor. She certainly got him the job at Carlton tv.

    “The manner in which he obtained the job says much about how men of Cameron’s background tend to progress through life. The future Tory leader, whose credentials at Conservative central office were already well-established after periods working for Norman Lamont and Michael Howard, believed a stint in the private sector would benefit his political career. With no experience outside politics, he did what any old Etonian might do and worked his contacts. The mother of Cameron’s then girlfriend Samantha, Lady Astor, was friends with Michael Green, then executive chairman of Carlton and one of Margaret Thatcher’s favourite businessmen. She suggested he hire Cameron, and Green, a mercurial millionaire, obliged. The 27-year-old was duly recruited on a salary of about £90,000 a year (the equivalent of more than £130,000 today).”


    Some of the paedophilia claims do seem far fetched, but when you come across websites like “Labour25” which highlight the sex/paedo convictions of Labour mp’s, you begin to think that paedophilia is the glue that helps cement the establishment together.
    Imagine how many of these mp’s were blackmailed into following certain political agendas!


    Just scroll down the page to see the list of convictions and crimes.

    • junican Says:

      I have read Labour25. Quite startling. But we must have perspective. The numbers are tiny, and it is not unlikely that those people who are so inclined will seek out the easiest way. Is it not normal human behaviour, and rational, to seek the easiest way?

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