Ivan Cameron is the reason why the chronically sick and disabled are the subject of a persecution campaign, waged against the chronically sick and disabled by his father that, given the high number of deaths – almost 11,000 and rising – is a eugenicist pogrom in all but name.
From David Cameron’s pervertedly warped perspective, we are “prospering” on state “handouts” while his son lies dead. We must, therefore, be punished, and eliminated by having our financial support withdrawn or reduced to a barely survivable level, to weed us out of society.
Another school of thought maintains that Cameron is using his late son as a benchmark against which we are all judged and, naturally enough, found wanting – how else to account for terminally ill and bedfast people, indeed, people who are barely in this world at all, being found “fit” for work? The dice, loaded against us to the max, are Cameron’s.
Personally, I don’t see that these views are mutually exclusive, and I believe both are correct. And listening to Cameron today, comparing his weasel words to our reality, I can only assume that he has either raised political mendacity to hitherto unsuspected levels, or he believes what he’s saying, which causes me considerable concern about his mental health and his fitness to hold office.
Anyone who can claim that the Tory party is compassionate, when people are dying in droves as a direct result of his policies, is dangerously detached from reality.
We are being ruled by a madman, and he wants us dead.