Perhaps Cameron will one day die just as Gaddafi did. Unlike Gaddafi however, no one will mourn for that piece of Etonian shit.
Perhaps one day the Green Book will prevail in the UK. That would be a sweet irony.
If I had my way I would erect a statue of Gaddafi Triumphant holding in his palm the bloodied head of a dead Cameron ...
It is the only way to purge the wrong done in our name. What happened to Gaddafi - the brutality of how he died is shocking and disgusting, but I know the British will turn the page with shrug their shoulders and an apathetic droop. After all, what can they do? It is all out of their understanding and out of their power. They will vote Conservative again, unless the parties that oppose them pull up their socks and clean up their acts.
Doubtless UKIP will think me too controversial.
Doubtless UKIP will want to continue plodding along in the wrong direction and whinge weakly from time to time about the EU when the entire nation is so degraded in its morals that it does not mind sitting in its own filth, gorging themselves on it until they too eventually merge into shit.
How interesting that both UKIP and BNP say precisely nothing about Gaddafi's death. I wonder what it is that inhibits them. Perhaps it is their very understandable fear of saying anything controversial that might appear to suggest it is moral guidance to the benighted buffoons currently in charge, or their benighted voters who are too busy gorging themselves with the filth of their moral degradation, to care about what is being done in their name.
Britain is no longer great, let us not forget, and it is no longer great because it is no longer good, for it is now peopled mostly by sluts, bastards, paedos and effeminate men with the morals and understanding of a bitch on heat. We have no right to expect anything noble, honourable or principled from ignorant welfare scum only fit for the Jeremy Kyle Show, or the people who presume to come down to their level in the hoping of getting enough of their votes to govern yet another five destructive years.
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