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Prime Minister David Cameron's Christmas Message (Uncut)

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Prime Minister David Cameron's Christmas Message (Uncut)

Post by Tony Bennett on 24.12.15 12:28

Prime Minister David Cameron sends his best wishes to everyone celebrating Christmas in the UK and around the world.



Prime Minister David Cameron said:

If there is one thing people want at Christmas, it’s the security of having their family around them and a home that is safe.

But not everyone has that.

Millions of families are spending this winter in refugee camps or makeshift shelters across Syria and the Middle East, driven from their homes by Daesh and Assad.

Christians from Africa to Asia will go to church on Christmas morning full of joy, but many in fear of persecution.

Throughout the United Kingdom, some will spend the festive period ill, homeless or alone.

We must pay tribute to the thousands of doctors, nurses, carers and volunteers who give up their Christmas to help the vulnerable – and to those who are spending this season even further from home.

Right now, our brave armed forces are doing their duty, around the world: in the skies of Iraq and Syria, targeting the terrorists that threaten those countries and our security at home; on the seas of the Mediterranean, saving those who attempt the perilous crossing to Europe; and on the ground, helping to bring stability to countries from Afghanistan to South Sudan.

It is because they face danger that we have peace. And that is what we mark today as we celebrate the birth of God’s only son, Jesus Christ – the Prince of Peace.

As a Christian country, we must remember what his birth represents: peace, mercy, goodwill and, above all, hope.

I believe that we should also reflect on the fact that it is because of these important religious roots and Christian values that Britain has been such a successful home to people of all faiths and none.

So, as we come together with our loved ones, in safety and security, let’s think of those who cannot do the same.

Let’s give thanks to those who are helping the vulnerable at home and protecting our freedoms abroad.

And let me wish everyone in Britain and around the world a very happy and peaceful Christmas.

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Re: Prime Minister David Cameron's Christmas Message (Uncut)

Post by aquila on 24.12.15 16:27

Cameron is addressing the nation with a whole load of carefully orchestrated soundbites. It's what Prime Ministers do. It's what the Queen does. It's what political leaders across the world do.

I wonder how his little soiree with Murdoch and Brooks went?
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Re: Prime Minister David Cameron's Christmas Message (Uncut)

Post by Richard IV on 25.12.15 13:41

@Tony Bennett wrote:Prime Minister David Cameron sends his best wishes to everyone celebrating Christmas in the UK and around the world.



Prime Minister David Cameron said:

If there is one thing people want at Christmas, it’s the security of having their family around them and a home that is safe.   Oh really, I didn`t know that

But not everyone has that.  Really, I didn`t know that

Millions of families are spending this winter in refugee camps or makeshift shelters across Syria and the Middle East, driven from their homes by Daesh and Assad.   Notice he drops in Assad`s name there - reinforcing and brainwashing us all to think it`s all Assad`s fault

Christians from Africa to Asia will go to church on Christmas morning full of joy, but many in fear of persecution.   More reinforcing of christians being victimised - clever bit of division there

Throughout the United Kingdom, some will spend the festive period ill, homeless or alone.  Obviously through no fault of the Tories, eh Dave ?

We must pay tribute to the thousands of doctors, nurses, carers and volunteers who give up their Christmas to help the vulnerable – and to those who are spending this season even further from home.   And who don`t wish their NHS to be privatised

Right now, our brave armed forces are doing their duty, around the world: in the skies of Iraq and Syria, targeting the terrorists that threaten those countries and our security at home; on the seas of the Mediterranean, saving those who attempt the perilous crossing to Europe; and on the ground, helping to bring stability to countries from Afghanistan to South Sudan.  
No, it`s probably because you and the USA have decided you want their countries Dave, so terrorise them, cause division, execute their leaders.  You and the USA are the terrorists Dave.
It is because they face danger that we have peace. Cause the problem eh Dave, then bring the solution.

And that is what we mark today as we celebrate the birth of God’s only son, Jesus Christ – the Prince of Peace.  

As a Christian country, we must remember what his birth represents: peace, mercy, goodwill and, above all, hope.  OK if you say so Dave, we`ll all do it, just because you`ve told us to

I believe that we should also reflect on the fact that it is because of these important religious roots and Christian values that Britain has been such a successful home to people of all faiths and none.

So, as we come together with our loved ones, in safety and security, let’s think of those who cannot do the same.

Let’s give thanks to those who are helping the vulnerable at home and protecting our freedoms abroad.  OK if you say so Dave - I wouldn`t have thought to do that if you had no told me to.

And let me wish everyone in Britain and around the world a very happy and peaceful Christmas.
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Cameron`s Christmas Message mocked for hypocrisy

Post by Richard IV on 26.12.15 12:48

http://www.morningstaronline.co.uk/a-77e0-Camerons-Christmas-message-mocked-for-hypocrisy#.Vn6OgraLRkg

Ken Loach attacks Prime Minister for thanking health workers while slashing public services to the bone



“HYPOCRITE” David Cameron should face up to his responsibility for causing homelessness and terrorism, legendary filmmaker Ken Loach said yesterday as the privileged premier peddled platitudes to the poor in a cringing Christmas message.
 
Christians and trade unionists joined forces to slam the Prime Minister for paying tribute to those working over Christmas while cutting public services and pay to the bone.
 
Mr Cameron said: “Millions of families are spending this winter in refugee camps or makeshift shelters across Syria and the Middle East, driven from their homes by Daesh [Isis] and Assad.
 
“Throughout the United Kingdom, some will spend the festive period ill, homeless or alone.
 
“We must pay tribute to the thousands of doctors, nurses, carers and volunteers who give up their Christmas to help the vulnerable — and to [members of the armed forces] who are spending this season even further from home.”
 
But Mr Loach, whose films have been credited with bringing numerous social justice campaigns to the fore, blasted: “This man is a hypocrite. 

“He talks of coming together with his loved ones in safety and security. 
 
“Does he think of the poor he punishes with cruel sanctions and delayed benefits? Or the thousands of families his government has condemned to homelessness, temporary accommodation or hostels, while new tower blocks are built for rich speculators?
 
“How can he speak of security when he knows work is often temporary or casual with an income that will not support a family or provide a home?
 
“He speaks of Syria — how many civilians will die from the bombs he’s authorised, how many more will turn to terrorism in revenge?”
 
And public-sector union Unison said Mr Cameron should show his gratitude by “paying nurses and other health workers a decent wage.”
 
“This government is to blame for NHS staff feeling taken for granted and disrespected, in spite of their dedication,” the union’s head of health Christina McAnea said.
 
“Indeed, morale has plummeted to such an extent that many workers are looking to leave the health service altogether. 
 
“The Prime Minister’s praise is hollow and meaningless unless his government actually starts funding the NHS properly.”
 
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Cameron's Christmas speech mocked for the hypocrisy

Post by willowthewisp on 26.12.15 14:38

David Cameron is smoothing a passage way for his cousin Boris to take up the mantle after his departure as Prime Minister of the UK?
All the hugging and grand handshakes with the "Rich and Elite" power structures of the world, being deceptive of the "Truth of their mission" to be able to control the assets from continents that they have decimated in order to facilitate funds from bank led cohorts, to re-build the land they have helped to destroy, profiteering their shareholders?
Take a long look at dodgy Dave's "Arab Spring uprising friends" and look at the calamities he helped along the way, destruction of Libya, Yemen, Gaza and he has the "Audacity" to quote Christian values, as a message of hope or is this a coded message to his affiliated Eton  educated chums?
Still want to "Hug a hoodie" and tell outright lies to the public on "child tax credits" where you and your cohorts have manipulated the system whereby they will be "automatically excluded" as earning too much to qualify for the changes to entitlements?
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