David Cameron: Je suis a proper Charlie

Our idiot of a Prime Minister is now proposing sweeping powers for the security services to read more of our stuff online, as a result of the killings in Paris.

Charlie Hebdo copped it because they practised freedom of speech (speech you might not always like, or agree with). For our PM to suggest we should now lose some of that freedom is the very opposite of what Charlie Hebdo stands for... and what those people died for.

Cameron was happy to parade his (bogus) credentials as a European leader in Paris in the last few days in a memorial to the magazine... but he clearly hasn't got it.

We'd all feel safer if we just voted this moron out of office in May. I know we'll get another one, but if we keep going, we might find someone with half a brain.

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