Have a look at this:
Prime Minister David Cameron has said “taking more and more refugees” is not the answer when it comes to the migration crisis rocking the EU. He added: “We are taking action across the board… the most important thing is to try to bring peace and stability to that part of the world. I don’t think there is an answer that can be achieved simply by taking more and more refugees.”
When asked about the calls for the UK to do its fair share, Cameron confirmed he was taking action. He said: “We are taking action right across the board – we’re helping the countries from which these people are coming, stabilising them and trying to make sure that there are worthwhile jobs and stronger economies there.
Do you believe him? I don’t.
It seems to This Writer that the UK has done more to DE-stabilise other countries – especially in the Middle East – than any other nation apart from the United States. For what? For the personal gain of those who stand to profit from it.
Result: Drowned refugee children.
I honestly don’t think David Cameron could care less.
Look at his attitude, here in the UK, to the disabled.
Source: Migrant crisis: UK taking in more refugees not the answer says David Cameron
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He takes the biscuit saying “to bring peace and stability” whilst killing own flock, what a bloody hypocrite.
Thats trouble hes doesnt hes allowing the great cull of his benefits population through rtu ids if that cant move him then people fleeing from his droping of bombs in Syria and the rest of the pkaces these politicians have bombed out have now opened the door to this mass of innocent peoples who just want yo live piecefully yet camerooon cry it would be crocodile tears jeff3
I don’t believe him either, the thing with psychopaths like Cameron is they do believe it, one of the traits is believing their own lies and getting upset with sane people who don’t.
Let’s just get this straight, Cameron the gilded toff is engaged in an ongoing, undeclared war in the region alongside the serial killer in chief over the pond. Does he think the general public are utterly stupid? That’s a rhetorical question by the way, sadly.
His so called solutions have so far involved the exact same death, destruction and misery the establishment press like to berate and get all hysterical about when the likes of ISIS and Assad are doing the killing. Where is the establishment media’s coverage of the murderous US bombing spree on Iraqi and Syrian cities and civilians?
To cap it all oily nasties like Cameron are desperate to reverse the parliamentary no vote on bombing in Syria. It wouldn’t surprise me in the least if the scumbag filth have already authorised it in secret given their willful involvement in all manner of murderous policies elsewhere around the region.
Cameron realises that as we are being inundated with eastern europeans that he has to take a stance somewhere on immigration, this seemingly is it. The simple thing is that people are making a fortune out of shipping young active men, which, despite what the media try to claim, is the vast majority. The only way to deal with the problem is to return all those “rescued” from the sea or found to have landed back to where they came from, the majority of course are coming via Turkey which strangely is a muslim country which they either don’t want to live in or is refusing them refugee status.
Fiddling with the politics in the regions where these people are coming from, inclusive of french colonies in africa or departments of france as they misnomer them, and where they have right of access under schengen, won’t work. What is needed along with refusal to grant asylum to the economic migrants is to end the idiocy of schengen which allows mass migrations without any border control so people can leave syria and travel by land all the way to Calais, and until Hungary actually attempted to do something to stop it the migration had nothing to stand in its way.
It’s not about him realising anything – it’s that he has helped create a situation and now doesn’t have the responsibility to face the consequences.
Schengen only counts for certain EU countries so if people are coming from Syria, they can’t enter the UK under that agreement.
Mike you can’t educate some folks, especially the willfully ignorant. Clearly the lessons of over a century of utter drug war failure and now its b*****d offspring the utter failure of a war on some terror are far too obvious and evident to penetrate the skulls of the terminally stupid cretins elected to serve the terminally stupid cretins who elect them.
Barry, you’re a little confused. Turkey is a secular country.
Many fleeing the region are running ahead of ISIS, and religion is not important in the face of barbarism. Those fleeing do include minority religions, including Christians, Zoroastrans, Druze, etc. I would not count Turkey as a particularly stable country, especially as there are already several millions of refugees there too. The UN human rights convention we (the UK) helped write, and were among the first signed up to insists that people are people, and we owe any human in need of asylum a place in our country.
Since he couldn’t care less about his own kid, as is obvious from his attitude to his disabled son Ivan, now deceased, one can hardly be surprised at his indifference to others. What does this say about him though? There appear to be parts missing from the man in an emotional sense. Psychopathy? Perhaps – the more he’s questioned in these regards, the more he fails.
To Bill Kruse, I find your comment reprehensible. I hope you or someone else has the decency to remove it.
I only recently signed up to this blog having read some interesting articles/blogs/comments. However I have no interest in being associated with those who want to make cruel or rude personal comments. It doesn’t help us achieve our aims. In fact it does the opposite.
That’s like firemen standing outside a burning house stating that the house will need repair before it can be lived in again, but not bothering to actually rescue the people in the house from the immediate danger of the fire.
Bit rich seeing how he did all he could to help destabilise those countries in the first place with his support of the Arab spring uprising, the training and arming of the rebels, many who claimed to support ISIS and sent men to fight the occupying forces in Iraq and Afghanistan!
All for ‘regime change’ which is illegal under the Geneva convention!
“Prime Minister David Cameron has said “taking more and more refugees” is not the answer when it comes to the migration crisis rocking the EU. He added: “We are taking action across the board… the most important thing is to try to bring peace and stability to that part of the world. I don’t think there is an answer that can be achieved simply by taking more and more refugees.”
If Cameron meant one word of what he said he would bring our pilots home from the conflict and stop supplying the terrorists with weapons, withdraw our troops from wherever there is ethnic cleansing and limit our arms sales. It’s just hollow rhetoric and the usual propagandist jibberish.