David Cameron is slowly coming round to the realization that ‘Conspiracy Theorists,’ now pose a greater threat to his way of life than ISIS, the National Debt and Ebola all put together.
Being the only Western leader to publicly voice his dissent, David Cameron took the brave stance of using his speech to the U.N to spell out his strategy that ‘Conspiracy Theorists’ must be deemed as dangerous as violent extremists who cut of the heads of dummies in Syria.
Having been briefed during various Cobra Meetings, David Cameron is under no illusions that ‘Conspiracy Theorists’ have the potential to do more damage to the privileged life he leads, than any ISIS fighter or Ebola virus could ever wish to inflict.
Viewed as ‘troublesome vermin’ inside the Prime Minister’s inner circle, ‘Conspiracy Theorists’ regularly pour scorn on many of the set-pieces perpetrated by the government against its people.
Chief amongst Conspiracy Theorists is tattoo artist Chris Spivey who has exposed many government set-pieces as the frauds they really are.
- The Woolwich (Lee Rigby) Incident
- ISIS Beheadings
Are only three of many more examples which Chris Spivey exposes on his ever popular website site www.chrisspivey.org.
While the reputation of ‘Conspiracy Theorists’ have been ridiculed for decades with such smears as ‘The Tin Foil Hat Brigade,’ the recent mishandling of child-abuse allegations and the Jimmy Savile scandals has created a situation in which ‘Conspiracy Theorists’ are now taking the moral high ground above the government and in doing so have created themselves a respectability and credibility which ‘Conspiracy Theorists’ have never enjoyed before.
Dismissing the list of alleged paedophiles in parliament, famously given to him by Philip Schofield without a second glance, David Cameron is now facing the stark possibility that ‘Conspiracy Theorists’ are reaching a critical mass, after which the momentum of the truth cannot be stopped.
Having relied on the population to self censor themselves against ‘Conspiracy Theories,’ disturbing reports are emerging that what was once a ‘Conspiracy Theory’ is now becoming the awful truth.
Coming out fighting, David Cameron is more aware than anyone the threat ‘Conspiracy Theorists’ pose against his government, Queen and country.
Reacting to the Wanless Report, which was commissioned to address the claims that the Home Office covered up child-abuse, David Cameron reacted with this scathing statement:
“It [The Wanless Report] says there wasn’t a cover up so some of the people looking for conspiracy theories will have to look elsewhere.”
While David Cameron is adamant that any mention of a cover-up must be dismissed as ‘Conspiracy Theory,’ it would appear from the Home Secretary’s comment that ‘There might have been a cover-up,’ shows she isn’t singing from the same song sheet.
This is what David Cameron had to say in defiance against Theresa May, “There will be lessons from the report and people should study it closely. But I think it is important that it says that there wasn't a cover-up.”
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