Donald Trump warns he may not have good relationship with David Cameron.
- Article by The Guardian.
Cameron denies we have an issue with Islam whilst insulting Trump for stating we have.
Beware ye of the leaven of the Pharisees, which is hypocrisy.
Although Cameron continuously states that leaving the EU risks recession as well as our national security, it is becoming ever more clear that it is Cameron himself who risks both by first denying the reality that Islam is a political religious system that means to rule and reign over all others, then by openly mocking the possible next President of the United States of America for stating that fact.
If a ruler hearken to lies, all his servants are wicked.
If nothing else this beggars the question as to why Cameron would make such a grave error of judgement. Personally I put it down to the counsel he is receiving as well as the influence of those around him, meaning that there is a growing Islamic influence in both the EU as well as number 10 Downing Street... not least the influence of the current President of the United States ‘Barack Hussein Obama’.
1 Corinthians 15:33
Be not deceived: evil communications corrupt good manners.
• Trump and UK-US relations post Brexit.
‘No difference to me’: Trump says UK Brexit will not affect relations with US.
- Article by rt.com
You would certainly not be back of the queue, that I can tell you.
- A quote by Trump that is totally contrary to Cameron and Obama’s threat.
• Sir Richard Dearlove on National Security and the UK Referendum.
The former head of MI6 Sir Richard Dearlove
The former head of MI6 Sir Richard Dearlove states that it is difficult to defend the argument that we will be safer if we remain in the European Union before going on explain why. Additionally, contrary to Cameron’s assertion that we would be safer inside Sir Richard states in not so many words, that if the EU does not get a handle on the massive migrant influx [most of whom are not Syrian refugees but economic migrants] we risk massive civil unrest if not armed uprisings making a mockery of Cameron’s assertions.
And let me be frank, there is little to no chance that the EU with its badly thought-out Schengen area is every likely to resolve a migrant influx promoted by Merkel even if they wanted to, for having expanded at such an alarming rate her external borders are little more than a chickenwire fence in places.
As the image shows it is impossible to secure the Greek-Turkish border, for all the economic migrant needs to do is cast themselves into the Aegean Sea and swim to the nearest Greek Island thereafter to announce themselves ‘a refugee’ whom fleeing apparent persecution forgot to bring their mother, sister and daughters along with them.
Some in their naivety may use the reality of the Greek-Turkish border as an excuse for the current state of affairs, but I see it as just another example of EU incompetence.Why even a child learns to consider what might happen if he gets caught with his hand in the biscuit tin before venturing to proceed. But these overpaid bureaucrats in Brussels seems to have never even thought what might happen in the likely event of war breaking out in the Middle East, coupled with their additionally ill thought-out schengen area!
• An EU Funded IMF and John Longworth on our Financial Security.
John Longworth chalenges Christine Le Gard’s motives for supporting ‘Remain’.
Former Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce John Longworth calls into question the Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund, Christine Le Gard’s assertion that the UK will suffer very badly financially if we leave the EU, by highlighting that the IMF have a vested interest in the UK remaining, being partly funded by the EU.