Direct Democracy Comment
Cameron's 'N.Korea a nuclear threat to UK' statement completely untrue
With David Cameron saying that North Korea poses a direct nuclear threat to the UK and that this is why the UK tax payer needs to upgrade our floating nuclear deterrent [4th April 2013], it seems that Tony Blair's gimmicks as well as his policies, are now being re-used by that great 'idealist' David Cameron.
Surely this kind of propaganda should be saved for use against Iran? Wasn't Iraq the last country that could reach UK interests within 45 minutes [NOT!]?
Every Western intelligence agency confirms that North Korea does NOT have the capability to reach the UK with nuclear weapons [as they did with Iraq before our illegal occupation], and so David Cameron is either consciously lying [in exactly the same way that Tony Blair did] or, he is somehow ignorant of the evidence from our own intelligence agencies.
The reason for why we 'need' to upgrade a weapons system of this nature is simply to sure-up an ever-expanding UK military-industrial complex. After all, no submarine can stop a nuclear bomb brought across UK borders in a suitcase and, any state that attacked the UK would suffer NATO so this aspect of our security is therefore already covered.
In the next general election, David Cameron will need all of the votes he can get in an effort to pull-away from the other parties so as not to end up in another coalition and, with potential new wars on the horizon accompanied by much propaganda and 'sexing-up', plenty of jobs building, selling and shipping weapons to unfavourable regimes [such as the UK's biggest current customers Saudi arabia, Bahrain and Kuwait to name a few] will be secured along with the votes that David Cameron will need.
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