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Monday, 7 January 2013

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She knew how to keep her popularity but does Cameron have the same "monkey nuts?"

David Cameron is maybe one of the most unpopular and least qualified British PM's ever to have resided at Nr 10 Downing street and now he has stooped even lower.

The Conservatives were not able to secure a majority government and needed the help of the very limp Lib Dems and formed a coalition. Nick Clegg joined Cameron in a deal which is certainly sliding rapidly down Whitehall like an Argentinian fisherman trying to catch Atlantic cod with this bare hands and then up popped the Argies stroppy president, Cristina Kirchner (of German descent; achtung!), and threatens Britain once again over the Falklands.

Arise Sir David Cameron and may you follow in the footsteps of the once glorious, war-mongering PM, Margaret Thatcher. Just when she was losing her marbles (and still is) and her popularity it was a timely time to go to war!

They say that history never repeats itself, but just when a British PM needs a good conflict to up his (or her) popularity stakes, Argentina never fail to provide. Royal babies and weddings don't seem to do the trick anymore.

Maybe it's also time the monkeys left Gibralter and make one of the greatest baboons to ever lead Britain even more popular. The Spanish would surely love to oblige, after all they "habla" the same lingo as their war-mongering bretheren from across the Atlantic; a joint Argentinian / Spanish Armada maybe!

Lord Nelson arise your country needs you not monkeys!

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