He is a liar – simple as that. David Cameron lied to get votes, he has constantly lied while in government, and he will continue to lie to try to gain votes for the next election – not that he was elected last time of course.
As we have covered before, it’s not as though he is any good at lying. Every time he opens his mouth his body language and facial expression give away his deceitful nature – even though he has had training to appear genuine when speaking in public (probably thought the discredited ‘Common Purpose’ organisation which is well-known for grooming politicians).
The baffling thing about this is that there are people who still believe what Cameron has to say, even though the evidence clearly shows he has lied (and will no doubt continue to lie) about every aspect of governing the country) along with his cronies.
Steven Preece of the Welfare News Service looks into 12 of Cameron’s lies prior to the 2010 election:
We take a look back at some of the many promises and quotes by David Cameron prior to the 2010 general election and ask ourselves why should anyone believe a word that comes out of the PM’s mouth?
“With the Conservatives there will be no more of the tiresome, meddlesome, top-down re-structures that have dominated the last decade of the NHS.”
The coalition government went on to make some of the biggest changes to the NHS since its creation.
“We have absolutely no plans to raise VAT. Our first Budget is all about recognising we need to get spending under control rather than putting up tax.”
George Osborne rose VAT from 17.5% to a record 20%.
“I like the child benefit, I wouldn’t change child benefit, I wouldn’t means-test it, I don’t think that is a good idea.”
The coalition government later abolished Child Benefit for higher earners.
“Yes, we back Sure Start. It’s a disgrace that Gordon Brown has been trying to frighten people about this. He’s the prime minister of this country but he’s been scaring people about something that really matters.”
Hundreds of Sure Start centres have since closed their doors.
“We have “no plans to change existing Future Jobs Fund commitments”.”
Within weeks of the coalition government taking office it announced the abolition of the Future Jobs Fund.
“We’ve looked at educational maintenance allowances and we haven’t announced any plan to get rid of them.”
Nine months later the coalition announced that EMA was to be scrapped which led to days of student protests in the Capital.
“Let us look at the issue of dependency where we have trapped people in poverty through the extent of welfare that they have.”
Since then we have witnessed some of the biggest cuts to welfare since the formation of the welfare state, which has led to a five-fold increase in poverty-stricken families turning to food banks.
“People are increasingly frustrated that decisions taken further and further away from them mean their living standards are slashed through enforced austerity.”
The UK has been forced to endure some of harshest austerity measures in decades and those policies haven’t come from “further and further away”. They’ve come from David Cameron and his coalition government.
“We cannot go on as we are with 2.6 million people on incapacity benefit, 500,000 of them are under 35. Are we really saying there are half a million people in this country under 35 who are simply too ill to work? I don’t think that’s right.”
Regardless of whether you think it’s right or wrong that millions of people are claiming sickness benefits, sick and disabled benefit claimants are still being wrongly found ‘fit for work’ by inhumane benefit tests.
“We will say to people that if you can work, and if you want to work, we will do everything we can to help you. We will give you the training, we will give you the support, we will give you the advice to get you going and get you back at work.”
Or hide jobseekers away on the government’s controversial Work Programme so that they can manipulate unemployment statistics perhaps?
“When you’re taking the country through difficult times and difficult decisions you’ve got to take the country with you. That means permanently trying to make the argument that what you’re doing is fair and seen to be fair.”
Tax cuts for Millionaires whilst some of the poorest in society are struggling to make ends-meet due to welfare cuts and poverty wages. How is this “fair”?
“What we’re putting forward is the most radical reform of the welfare state… for 60 years. I think it will have a transformative effect in making sure that everyone is better off in work and better off working rather than on benefits.”
Figures show that for the first time in history there are now more working people living in poverty than those in workless households.
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