A Message for David Cameron

Mr Cameron, 

This nation is in crisis.  It has been so since 9/11, when the
reactionaries in Government began their push for regulations to ‘secure this
country from terrorism’ and began to enact the most overreaching laws this
nation has ever seen. 

Act after Act has been passed with the
minimum of resistance which on the face of each individual act may just pass
for security measures, but collectively these laws now place the British Public
in an Orwellian limbo land.

The government on the other hand has been
trying to become more secretive and less and less accountable, including 1
private members bill to amend the Freedom of Information Act, from your own MP
David Maclean, which will remove our right to know much of what happens in
parliament and the correspondence of MP’s to public bodies. 

The government refuses to hold public
enquiries into the events of 7/7, which many voters now believe to be an
orchestrated event rather than a terrorist one. 
The sole purpose of that orchestration being the driver to push through
even more draconian laws.

The terror threat?.  We don’t believe that there is one, we
believe that the Government is making one. 

This Nation now needs a leader.  A leader that can bring us back from the
brink.

I see and hear the mainstream pundits and
the press still concentrating on things that will embarrass individual
ministers, the interest rate and whether Gordon will be marginalised by an
English assembly, and pass this off as News. 
If you read the questions that have been posed to you by ordinary people
on the
BBC have your say site, you will see that their concerns are very very
different. 

Yesterday I published a story of an imaginary
man
who falls into the quagmire of stupidity that are the new laws.   This is not set in the future, because these
laws are here now, and down on the ground where us little people live, this
happens today.

In order to meet targets, police forces
will find the easiest route, these new laws give them so many easy routes.  But I do believe that there is something
darker and more menacing for our future. 
We look at the new rules being enacted in the
US.  They are almost identical. They are being
driven by a paranoia not seen in the
USA since
the early days of the cold war and the McCarthy witch hunts, and the people
there are frightened also. 

We don’t need a leader who is nice, we need
someone who is STRONG.

WE NEED A LEADER  that can LEAD.  Someone who can bang his fist on the dispatch
box and scream enough is enough, someone who will fight for the people of this
land, and their rights that have been stripped away.   Are you big enough for that job?  Are you strong enough to take us back to a
pre 9/11 Britain.?  

When people next get the chance to vote,
they wont be voting for NHS reforms, or Education, they will be voting for
their freedom, and if that is not on your agenda, you wont get the votes.

On 17th Jan, you will be on the BBC to answer the questions
put to you by the public.

I suggest that if you have not already done
so, you need to read those questions as they appear on the
BBC web site, not prettied
up for the programme, and understand the genuine fears of the people and
address them.
 

For those people who have not yet raised a
question, the
BBC website to put your questions is here

The
Tory leader will be answering your questions on 17 January 2007 on BBC News 24
and News Online.

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About IanPJ

Ian Parker-Joseph, former Leader of the Libertarian Party UK, who currently heads PDPS Internet Hosting and the Personal Deed Poll Services company, has been an IT industry professional for over 20 years, providing Business Consulting, Programme and Project Management, specialising in the recovery of Projects that have failed in a process driven world. Ian’s experience is not limited to the UK, and he has successfully delivered projects in the Middle East, Africa, US, Russia, Poland, France and Germany. Working within different cultures, Ian has occupied high profile roles within multi-nationals such as Nortel and Cable & Wireless. These experiences have given Ian an excellent insight into world events, and the way that they can shape our own national future. His extensive overseas experiences have made him all too aware of how the UK interacts with its near neighbours, its place in the Commonwealth, and how our nation fits into the wider world. He is determined to rebuild many of the friendships and commercial relationships with other nations that have been sadly neglected over the years, and would like to see greater energy and food security in these countries, for the benefit of all. Ian is a vocal advocate of small government, individual freedom, low taxation and a minimum of regulation. Ian believes deeply and passionately in freedom and independence in all areas of life, and is now bringing his professional experiences to bear in the world of politics.
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0 Responses to A Message for David Cameron

  1. Anonymous says:

    I am enjoying reading your blog, which echos and in several places expands upon the concerns I have been raising in my own over the past month.
    Please vote for the following question to be answered by David Cameron on the 'Ask David' feature of Webcameron: 'The Big Brother State' – http://www.webcameron.org.uk/blogs/2061-The-Big-Brother-State.
    The question for David to answer is as follows: “David, will you pledge to halt the march of the Big Brother state, and commit to a course of action that will protect privacy and civil liberties, including repealing the Identity Cards Act 2006?”
    Ian
    SELECT Privacy

  2. Anonymous says:

    I too am impressed by your blog posts, but this one struck me as out of step with most of the others, namely the STRONG LEADER stuff.
    You seem to be worried (rightly in my view) about the apparent drift to dictatorship in this country, yet this post comes across as proposing that the solution is David Cameron as (benign) dictator!
    It seems to me that the problem is our whole system, which gives us the choice (and that only every 5 years) of one of two elite groups, neither of which is otherwise accountable to us.
    May I respectfully suggest that you direct your eloquence to engaging the masses, rather than David Cameron?
    Also, that you check out the blogger who alerted me to your blog, The Antagonist (http://antagonise.blogspot.com).

  3. Anonymous says:

    Thank you for your comments, and you concerns noted.
    I must clarify that I was not in any way suggesting that DC be a dictator of any sort, and perhaps my wording could have been formed in a more suitable way.
    What I was trying to get across here is that we need a leader somewhere in the opposition ranks to stand up to the current government, and I mean a leader.
    For myself, I am apolitical, and hold no allegance to any party, but like most probably see the Tory party as the main contender is any election, so it was to Cameron that I looked for that leadership.
    I do not see any strong politicians around at the moment, the heavyweights having all retired, which is probably why we are in the mess we are now.
    fyi, have been taking a feed from The Antagonist for some time now. Good blog.