Week 47: Villain – David Cameron

by Charlie_East_West on November 24, 2013


This week’s villain of the week award for the second week running goes to David Cameron for allegedly telling his aides in Downing Street to “get rid of all the green crap” from energy bills to help being down the costs.

So much for the huskies. Remember those bygone days of yore when David Cameron pretended to be a different, fluffier type of Tory as he was being pulled across the Arctic by huskies? This man does not give a monkey’s chuff about the green agenda. He is the original Arctic Monkey.

So much for the cycling. Remember those bygone days of yore when David Cameron was photographed cycling to the House of Commons, while being followed by his chauffeur and limousine carrying his papers and suit? There has always been something fishy about David Cameron’s green credentials. He needs a bicycle like a fish needs a bicycle.

So much for the renewable energy. Remember those bygone days of yore when David Cameron was ramming on a wind turbine to his plush abode in Notting Hill? He doesn’t need a wind turbine. He emits enough hot air from his mouth to heat Westminster in its entirety.

It is all about the short term with David Cameron. Expect a lot more detail in the delayed autumn statement (which should be now renamed the winter statement) on the government’s plans to bring down energy bills by removing green taxes.

I have come to the conclusion that David Cameron is just an empty nothingness of a Prime Minister. In the words of Charlie Brooker, “There is nothing to him. He is like a hollow Easter egg with no bag of sweets inside. Cameron will say absolutely anything if he thinks it might get him elected. If a shock poll was published saying 99% of the British public were enthusiastic paedophiles, he would drive through the streets in an open-top bus surrounded by the Mini Pops. He’s nothing. He’s no one.”

David Cameron isn’t nothing. He is worthy of something – a worthy winner of this week’s villain award. He has just produced a superb defence of his villainy title. Can he make it a hat trick next week?

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