Dave The Minister For Managing Failures

I jest, but it’s a sad indictment of the UK government. The cabbage struggles to distinguish itself from a lettuce. Perhaps a Roman laurel head wreath? No, since that’s supposed to depict victory.

Iraq, Libya, Syria, Brexit. Dave failed every time. In fact, Dave’s talent is being a safe pair of hands to manage failures. Israel? Gaza? Yemen? Iran? Cue Lord Cabbage Patch Dave.

Alex Christoforou again provides the inspiration for yet another artwork masterpiece of proud Zionist Cabbage Patch Dave the Bullydon Club member, also featuring the piggy-wiggy forced to experience Dave’s member during those heady Bullydon Club days. The term ‘conservative’ appears to have long been misplaced. About 8 minutes in, Alex reports on Cabbage Dave’s latest assignment.

Screen shots from Alex’s video.

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Cabbage Dave is a loser. 23,000. Is it nearer 26,000? I suspect it’s many more Palestinians slaughtered and the beginning of the end of Isn’trael. Palestine will be free.

Yurtta Barış Dünyada Barış : Peace At Home, Peace İn The World… if only.

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9 Responses to “Dave The Minister For Managing Failures”

  1. pete fairhurst 2 says:

    Cabbage Dave’s comeback isn’t improbable at all because he is a made man. Some of his family money came from the Chinese opium trade back in the day. He is an aristocrat


    “He is the younger son of Ian Donald Cameron (1932–2010) a stockbroker, and his wife Mary Fleur, a retired Justice of the Peace and a daughter of Sir William Mount, 2nd Baronet.[16] Cameron is a descendant of King William IV through one of the King’s illegitimate children.[10][12]”

    And the Grauniad in 2012:

    “David’s father, Ian Donald Cameron, was born in 1932 at Blairmore House. But soon after that, the old place was sold.

    So it was perhaps for sentimental reasons that the offshore fund Ian Cameron helped to establish in the tax haven of Panama shares the name. Blairmore Holdings Inc, just like Blairmore House, is a monument to wealth obtained overseas.

    Valued today at £25m, the Panamanian fund was established in 1982 while David was still at Eton, the school that his father attended. At the time, Ian Cameron still worked at Panmure Gordon, the City broking firm at which three generations of the family were senior partners.

    [Only £25 mill, pull the other one]

    The family’s banking history goes back even further, to the 1860s, when Sir Ewen Cameron joined the industry. He later helped the Rothschild banking dynasty sell war bonds during the Russo-Japanese war. While at Panmure Gordon, Ian was a bond specialist too”

    [Rothschild! Say no more]

    Who exactly are Panmure Gordon then, Wiki again:

    “The firm was founded in 1876 by Harry Panmure Gordon (1837-September 1, 1902) as Gordon & Co. and was subsequently renamed H. Panmure Gordon & Company. The firm’s founder was a well-known member of the financial community in London and in 1892 H. Panmure Gordon wrote the book Land of the Almighty Dollar, a critical review of the U.S., particularly New York and Chicago.[2] Panmure Gordon initially specialized in debt offerings for foreign governments”

    His missus is Samantha, nickname “Snowy”, referencing her love for white powder from South America. Her mother later married into the Astors from the US. One of the worlds premier illegal drug families….

    “During the 19th century, the Astors became one of the wealthiest families in the United States”

    Just like that! How did they manage that then? Whatever you do don’t mention the illegal drugs business….

    Birds of a feather…..

    • NPP says:

      ‘son of Ian Donald Cameron’

      I know. Sadly, this is old news and it makes little difference. He’s back yet again. He manages failure.

  2. pete fairhurst 2 says:

    Old news to many no doubt but “it makes little difference”. Really? I’d say that it makes a lot of difference

    He’s a made man and we would never have heard of him without his unwarranted promotion because of his connections

    • NPP says:

      Most of these creatures are connected and trained. Dave’s background has long been covered; HSBC, opium etc I seem to recall. Hence what difference? He’s back again. Let’s decline his engagement, again. It’s perhaps a good sign he’s back – they are that desperate.

      • pete fairhurst 2 says:

        Fair enough

        I pretty well ignore them all tbh, why spend any emotional energy on them? They are comparatively unimportant and don’t really make any key decisions, those are all made elsewhere. People like Cameron are just actors reading from a script and pretending to be important. The low intelligence of many of them is pretty obvious too

  3. NPP says:

    If you’re reading, my last 3-4 TAP comments have gone to my spam box. I click Not Spam.
    Just FYI.

  4. Tapestry says:

    Cameron’s family owns Standard Bank. They’ve funded wars round the globe for centuries. No wonder he’s re-appeared to get some more juicy conflicts started. He lost face when he lost the Brexit referendum, and can now win back his place in the Blairite hierarchy by getting war going everywhere. One day war might pay the crypto-Jew former British war-making prime ministers a visit. To them mass murder is their raison d’etre. Karma needs to look into these people – urgently.

    • NPP says:

      I sense they are over-playing their hands. The latest call to arms by Grant Shapps (Palestinian? No? Oh, he’s a trans-semite….) is desperate stuff.