Braverman out – CAMERON in, but is either decision for the right reason?

Last Updated: November 13, 2023By Tags: , , , , ,

David Cameron: his statement, on being made Foreign Secretary, was all about himself, we’re told. Did he mention the multiple controversies of his prime ministerial career? Doubtful.

Suella Braverman has been sacked as Home Secretary after a weekend in which far-right thugs attacked police to seize the cenotaph on Armistice Day – but that’s not the reason she went.

Apparently, Rishi Sunak has binned her because she wrote an article criticising the police for alleged pro-left-wing bias.

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This Writer can only agree with, and echo, the Skwawkbox‘s opinion on the subject:

She has not been sacked for demonising refugees, wanting to deport innocent people to Rwanda or smearing millions as antisemites and hate-mongers for wanting an end to Israel’s slaughter of innocent children in Gaza and the bombing of hospitals and schools.

Trouble is, Parliament is teeming with people, on the so-called ‘opposition’ benches as well as the Tory ones, who are scarcely less toxic and eager to demonise the innocent for the sake of the status quo, not to mention impoverish millions – including more than four million UK children – in this country to please the obscenely rich or politically sociopathic.

If we could just sack another five hundred or so of those blue and red Tories, we might get a first foot on the road to returning to being a decent country.

Braverman has been replaced as Home Secretary by James Cleverly, meaning rabid racism has been replaced by ignorance and incompetence.

This created a space in the Foreign Office, so Sunak brought in David Cameron, of all people.

Cameron isn’t even a member of Parliament. He quit in 2016, after Brexiteers engineered a narrow decision to leave the European Union in the referendum on the subject that year.

In order to make him Foreign Secretary, Sunak is making Cameron a life peer and giving him a seat in the House of Lords.

The decision makes it clear that, even though the Conservatives still have an enormous majority of seats in the House of Commons, there isn’t an ounce of political talent there.

Source: Cruella sacked – a few hundred more blue and red Tories gone and we might be on the road to a decent country – SKWAWKBOX

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One Comment

  1. Tony November 14, 2023 at 12:14 pm - Reply

    He helped to devastate Libya last time and so who knows what he will do this time.

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