Cameron’s going to shoot the messenger, and ignore the message

TAP – government abstentions were just as important as the rebels who voted against the Prime Murderer this week.
From Spivey
Alan Duncan, David Gauke and Steve Webb failed to return from holiday to support the Government, angering the Prime Murderer, according to sources.
Justine Greening, the International Development Secretary, and Mark Simmonds, a junior Foreign Office minister, claim to have not realised that voting had begun as they were in a meeting. Commons officials said the explanation was baffling as it “would have been clear” that a vote was happening.
Kenneth Clarke also abstained after being given permission for “logistical family reasons”, but the 73-year-old minister without portfolio is widely expected to lose his job anyway in a forthcoming reshuffle.
In total, including Liberal Democrats and a Downing Street adviser, 10 members of the Government are recorded as not having voted.
Mr Cameron is expected to announce a series of changes as soon as next week, with the position of Sir George Young, the Chief Whip, also under scrutiny.

He wants his wargasm….

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7 Responses to “Cameron’s going to shoot the messenger, and ignore the message”

  1. Anonymous says:

    CARE PLEASE
    israel is employing teams of students
    to lobby various websites in favour of more wars, syria iran lebanon and n korea are all in the pipeline, as they refuse the IMF bank loans of the rothschilds. They are sending the viris LUHE.SIREFEF A & B to various people deemd not onsite, these send everything on your PC back, and wrecks your PC.
    They are determined that the USA and britian go to war for them no matter what

  2. Anonymous says:

    All the more reason not to run Micro$oft operating systems which have had back-door access to unscrupulous people since Windows XP (if not even further back).

    Linux is the way to go if you value your security and privacy from corrupt intelligence agencies. I’m no fan of Linux, but I’m no fan of Israeli-made virus/mal-ware/worms which can wreck Windows-based PC’s either.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Regarding the comments by Anon 9:am,
    Is it true the Intel Pentium CPU range of chips were designed in Israel.
    If they designed them, they put ‘back doors’ into them.

  4. Anonymous says:

    At anon 9:24am, the bug you are referring to is the F0 bug and only affects the old Pentium range:

    http://www.jmcgowan.com/compcore.html

    The newer intel chips don’t have the bug/backdoor and AMD chips certainly don’t.

    Besides, your computer being hacked is more of a software issue than a hardware issue.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Publisher robert maxwell warned that israel had back doors into defence computerware back in the 70s,
    he also said they were working to take whole ranges of home PCs into a tranch where they could be picked through for later use against USa and britian especially

  6. Anonymous says:

    Thank you Anon 5:32, missed it first time around.

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