How true were his words …


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This is a copy of an email that I sent to BBC Ceefax on 30 June 2009:

 

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David Cameron’s comments about public spending have illustrated just how irresponsible he is in his craven attempt to discredit the prime minister [Gordon Brown]. Commenting on Labour’s fiscal policies after the next election, he said: “That would be the worst of it: you go into an election pretending you are not going to have to make spending reductions, then you have to make them, and then you really do have riots on the streets because people do not have faith in their politicians.”
His comment is tantamount to incitement to riot should people believe that they have been deceived in the electoral process, whether that is the case or not. Cameron is unfit to hold his opposition position.
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That shows how perceptive Mr. Cameron is, doesn’t it? After the election he asserted that the state of the economy was even worse than first thought. That was Cameron’s deception and this, these riots, are the logical consequence he predicted. It’s like a wretched prophecy!
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