David Cameron is a busy man. In the past week he has travelled to Turkey and India and today the Israeli President Shimon Peres showed his support for the cosmopolitan Prime Minister.
In an interview with an Israeli historian, Mr Peres accused British MP's of a sort of favouritism towards Muslim voters saying that their vote could be the difference between being in power and not being in power. (Mr Peres obviously hasn't heard of Nick "The King Maker" Clegg.)
Mr Peres also obviously missed Mr Cameron's other "quote of the week". Whilst on a business mission to India Mr Cameron accused Pakistani officials of "aiding and abetting terrorism." This frank insult to the Pakistani people completely contradicts Mr Peres claims of a favouritism towards the Muslim community.
So Mr Cameron has been busy this week. Where ever he has been he has been insulting neighbours. One cannot help but wonder what would have happened if Mr Cameron had been speaking in Islamabad? "India is a violent and mischeivious country and I think their officials might be working with Raoul Moat", is something he could use on his next visit to Islamabad. Or perhaps on his next visit to Jerusalem he could say, "The West Bank is a dangerous and drugged fueled coast that has been working wth Darth Vader and the Legion of Doom on a plan to erradicate Christmas."
Mr Cameron is going back to the White House soon. I wonder what he will say about Canada or Mexico. When he gets back to the UK will he be quoting anti-Irish literature or spouting Scottish or Welsh jokes? We'll see next week.