There is no longer any significant differences between political parties in the UK, so long as the Brits are content with the “three card monte” approach to politics, nothing will change. 
Now we see another Carl Bildt type of politician running his mouth off at the hip, paying allegiance to Islamo-Turkey while plunging the knife into Israel’s back. Thankfully, though consensus type politics is a disaster for the democratic health of any given state, the way the EU is set up as a consensus driven entity, it makes it hard to do anything key members of the UNion reject to.
There are many within the EU who catagorically reject the idea of Turkey ever becoming a member, as well as sympathizing with Israel, in that they realize what the Arabs are capable of doing and have done. So, while it’s never a good thing for a leader of a key state to be talking the way David Cameron is talking, never forget the consensus driven EU and how that consensus continuously manages to hog tie it. KGS
NOTE: Cameron is a statist which makes him an idiot, but he’s also anti-Israel, which makes him into a moron.
VIA: Vlad.

British Prime Minister in Turkey takes out hard against Israel

by Jeroen Langelaar [translation by VH]
The British Prime Minister David Cameron during his visit to Ankara, the capital of Turkey, lashed out hard at Israel. He for instance compared the situation in the Gaza Strip with that of a “prison camp”. Cameron’s speech however, was full of praise for Turkey and the Turkish-British relations.
He promised to commit himself “passionately” to Turkey’s accession to the EU. Accession is according to the Conservative leader “vital to our economy, vital to our security and vital to our diplomacy.”
Cameron also took the opportunity to bash Israel. The British government leader called the actions of the Israeli Navy against a boat with Gaza activists in late May — in which nine people were killed — “unacceptable” and demanded a further exhaustive investigation into the incident.
He also compared the situation in the Gaza Strip with that of a “prison camp”. “Let me be clear that the situation in Gaza must change,” Cameron said. “Humanitarian goods and people must in both directions be able to cross the border. Gaza can not and should not be a prison camp.” He did not mention Hamas.
Cameron did call though, for both Turkey as well as Israel, not let water down the friendship between the two states, which recently had been marred.
Ron Prosor, the Israeli ambassador to Britain, finds the statements of Cameron inappropriate. “People in Gaza are prisoners of the terrorist organization Hamas,” said Prosor. “The situation there is a direct result of Hamas’ rules and priorities.”

NOTE: Here is a vid Vlad found of Cameron speaking in Turkey. Pure dhimmitude in action. Disgraceful.

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