November 11, 2015

He's urging EU reform: Could Britain's Cameron fill the West's leadership vacuum?

Christopher WilsonRebel Commentator

Recently British Prime Minister David Cameron gave a speech in which he outlined the conditions for Britain's continued membership in the European Union.

Cameron touched on many important points in his speech, outlined in my commentary but with the loss of principled leadership we've seen in Canada and Australia lately, it's important even for us in Canada to watch Cameron over the next year to see if he may emerge as the one who can fill the leadership vacuum in the west.


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commented 2015-11-12 14:37:05 -0500
It was sad to see the UKIP not make any gains the last election. This was the party willing to stand up against the multicultural cultists. Yes, Cameron is a milquetoast smuck. His government continues to criminalize anyone talking against the threat of Islam.
commented 2015-11-12 12:06:42 -0500
God that is pretty shaky ground, I have not been all that impressed with Cameron – I hope he is more Liberty and Freedom oriented towards a free country than he has been displaying!
commented 2015-11-12 09:29:34 -0500
Utter bullshit. Cameron doesn’t want reform in the EU. He doesn’t want a referendum but he floated one before an election he didn’t expect to win and is now lumbered with it.

He has said he will campaign to stay in the EU no matter what.

If you are hanging your hopes on Cameron as leader of the West then you will be disappointed.
commented 2015-11-12 01:50:38 -0500
I hope Cameron comes out of his shell as he has been useless for years. In the last 2 weeks he has made great speeches on imigration and referendums. Our Canadian problem should be solved this way; the ridings that voted Liberal receive all of the refugees.
commented 2015-11-11 22:30:01 -0500
Cameron is a shit head through and through – I cannot name a single Brit that is proud to have him as a leader

He has bucked all attempts to become what the Brits need – someone to stand up to the EU.

If anyone thinks he is a potential they are truly out to lunch on this one.
commented 2015-11-11 20:06:44 -0500
What, your not rooting for Trudeau to be the Leader of the Free World?
I’m sure he would like to free everyone in the world … of their dreams and ability to rely on themselves.
commented 2015-11-11 20:00:17 -0500
I would be more hopeful that Prester John will arrive on the scene with some great initiative to save the world sooner than a slug like Cameron.
commented 2015-11-11 18:59:31 -0500
The United Kingdom Independence Party, UKIP and Britain First, another right wing party have been trying to get Cameron to have a referendum for years. Until the last election, this year, the PC’s were tied down by the PC, Socialist coalition. Now the PC’s have a majority, perhaps Cameron will come out of his shell.