David Cameron declared all of us who want a new and independent investigation into the events of 9/11 and 7/7 to be non-violent extremist enablers of ISIS and other so called Muslim extremist groups in his speech before the UN. A speech which, considering he is the Prime minister of one of the five veto carrying countries at the UN, was extremely poorly attended.
Yesterday his cabinet announced that they wanted to get rid of the human rights act because, so they argued, hate imams and serious criminals got to use it while their victims couldn’t.
Today while visiting Afghanistan he told the soldiers stationed there that this was their generations World War. I don’t know about you but that doesn’t make me feel any better. Do you?
Struggle against Islamist fanatics is this generation’s Second World War Cameron tells troops on surprise visit to Kabul, as he admits Afghanistan is STILL a terror hotbed
The fight against Islamist terror is this generation’s Second World War, David Cameron said today on a surprise visit to Afghanistan.
In a speech to British troops at Camp Bastion in Helmand, the Prime Minister said the Army should be ‘incredibly proud’ of what it had achieved.
But he said that the atrocities committed by groups like Islamic State in Iraq and Syria showed that there was still a long battle ahead.
Mr Cameron said: ‘If our great grandfathers were fighting against Prussian domination of Europe; if our grand fathers were fighting fascism; if our fathers were fighting the cold war against communism; I’m afraid to say, this struggle, against Islamist extremist terrorism, this is the struggle of our generation.
‘It is about protecting ourselves in our streets, in our homes, in our towns.’