Cameron : “I’m Tough, I Am”

David Cameron plans a series of speeches in the lead-up to Tory party conference setting out his views. Today’s speech aims to cast him as “tough on Islamo-fascism, tough on the causes of Islamo-fascism”.

It remains to be seen if it will overcome his Notting Hill liberal image, which in comparison to Basher Davis, leaves him looking like a pansy.

Guido is not sure about registering mosques with the state – perhaps because of Guido’s recall of the need for priest-holes for hiding Catholics from the embrace of the British state and the tortures that followed. A free society does not regulate religion.




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