Liar Cameron’s ‘bunch of migrants’ comment attacked by Labour

Liar: David Cameron knew Jeremy Corbyn had not suggested all migrants in France should come to the UK, but he still said it at Prime Minister’s Questions. How sad that we have such despicable vermin running the UK.

Is our Prime Minister a racist?

He seems to have an inbuilt prejudice against people who have fled their own countries due to, in many cases, wars he has supported.

And he is certainly not above misrepresenting the facts.

If any Vox Political reader supports Cameron, perhaps they could explain why that man lied about Jeremy Corbyn, saying the Labour leader had told migrants at the Grande-Synthe Camp near Dunkirk that “they could all come to Britain”?

Corbyn didn’t say that.

He said the UK should do more to process the asylum claims of those with family connections to this country.

As this Guardian article points out, Corbyn made it abundantly clear that “he was not suggesting that all 9,000 people in the French camps at the border should be allowed into the UK”.

So David Cameron is a liar.

And possibly a racist.

David Cameron is facing Labour calls to apologise for calling refugees at a camp in Calais “a bunch of migrants” at Prime Minister’s Questions.

Labour MP Yvette Cooper said it was not “appropriate” or “statesmanlike” for him to use such language about a “complex and sensitive” issue.

Shadow minister Kate Green said it was “offensive, hurtful… and divisive”.

Mr Cameron said Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn had told the migrants at the camp “they could all come to Britain”.

At the weekend, the Labour leader visited the Grande-Synthe Camp, near Dunkirk, and The Jungle in Calais, where more than 7,000 people are sleeping rough, describing conditions there as “disgraceful”.

Source: PMQs: Labour attacks PM’s ‘bunch of migrants’ comment – BBC News

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14 thoughts on “Liar Cameron’s ‘bunch of migrants’ comment attacked by Labour

  1. NMac

    Cameron and his cronies are filled with hatred and poison for anyone who isn’t one of them. Hatred and division, are all the Tories are good at.

  2. mohandeer

    I won’t watch the Beeb any more so don’t see PMQ’s. Is it fact that cameron referred to desperate, homeless, frightened human beings as “a bunch of migrants”?
    If it is true, then Cameron has really shown his true bigoted and racist colours again.

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      Yes it is true. I’ve put up the words on the ‘Holocaust Memorial Day’ article.

  3. mohandeer

    P.S Mike. When you want to suggest that someone is guilty of something, without any evidence or empirical facts, the correct operant is not “possibly” but “probably”

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      The evidence is available for all to see. The issue is whether people accept that it means what I have suggested.

  4. Tony Dean

    Cameron also lied as he did at last week’s PMQs about women pensions only having an 18 month delay on their original retirement date before their pension age was raised from 60 years to 66 years.

  5. Rupert Mitchell (@rupert_rrl)

    I think one of the problems Cameron has is that he loses his cool when he is confronted with something he doesn’t want to accept. It is perfectly obvious that we can’t take all refugees into this small country but it is just a obvious that anyone with any feeling or heart will want to do the best that they can for them.

  6. Terry Davies

    Cameron is showing he is not a balanced person. most people can now see just how unbalanced his personality and perceptions are.
    A vote of no confidence is long overdue.
    He is greedy and obeying his political masters in the USA.
    The EU referendum is the Catalyst event to trigger his resignation. Dont be fooled the tories are all as evil as him, from his replacement the electorate will get same. ie cuts to poor in favour of wealthy cronies.
    we need as a nation total dismantling of the tory party.
    the right wing of the labour party are closet tories.
    perhaps they can form another party to introduce political balance.

  7. casalealex

    This is what Scameron said:

    “The shadow Chancellor is pointing. The idea that those two right hon. Gentlemen would stand up to anyone in this regard is laughable. Look at their record over the last week. They met the unions and they gave them flying pickets. They met the Argentinians; they gave them the Falkland Islands. They met a bunch of migrants in Calais; they said they could all come to Britain. The only people they never stand up for are the British people and hard-working taxpayers.”

    PMQs 27/01/16

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