Cameron compares himself to Sir Winston Churchill!

Written by Jaggedone

Friday, 30 January 2015

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A real leader and not an old school Eton ponce!

Cameron leaves blemish on 50th anniversary of Churchill's funeral!

CIA HQ have received following report from star scum reporter, Sir Reginald Suck-Blood, who attended the ceremony from a gutter in Whitehall after being flushed down the bog at 10 downing Street, here his report (It might be hard to swallow, you have been warned!):

Sir Winston Churchill buried 50 years ago today was honored by present GB Prime Minister and general clown, David Cameron. He compared himself to Sir Winston and challenged Brits to fight them (who?) on the beaches, fight them in the streets, fight them in the skies, and repeated his final sentence, "we will never surrender!"
Many shocked, speechless onlookers, retired generals and Victoria Cross winners then fell about laughing!
Cameron, slightly rosy cheeked, apologised to the crowd and offered his resignation; the crowd cheered and one veteran of WW2, a Chelsea Pensioner named Fred said:

"Old Sir Winston would be turning in his grave if he had the unfortunate experience to witness this old school Eton chump rallying the British people to fight the enemy, I'd rather be on the other side, what a tosser!"

Desperate Nick Clegg will now take over at 10 Downing Street, but cannot move in until Cameron has removed all his rubber ducks, Barbie Dolls and Ken from the bathroom!

More as we get it as our CIA star scumbag reporter, Sir Reginald Suck-Blood, climbs back into the 10 Downing Street bog!

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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