The internet and David Cameron
David Cameron is facing extraordinary new claims that he had sex with a dead child to join an ultra secret club and be selected for the position of British Prime Minister. Defying the risk of being arrested for libel and slander, the author of The Coleman Experience WordPress site has published damaging claims that David Cameron is necrophiliac, mentioned on at least three different blogs.
With the Internet awash with rumour, it’s suggested that Lord Ashcroft’s revelation that Cameron stuck his penis into a dead pigs head was only a smoke screen to hide a much more hideous revelation from coming out.
Lord Ashcroft famously missed the launch party of his controversial book “Call me Dave,” having been rushed to hospital by air ambulance following a septic shock which lead to life threatening liver and kidney failure. It was only after 18 days in intensive care that he was deemed “out of danger.”
Lord Ashcroft and Molock
Accused of being a follower of Molock, an ancient Jewish God whom followers sacrificed their first born child to elicit favours, Cameron is facing the disturbing claims that he did the same by sacrificing his son Ivan. While many insist it’s only coincidence that his first born son died in 2009 and he became Prime Minister in 2010, the suggestion that Cameron is a follower of Molock is being met with silence from 10 Downing Street, deemed so preposterous it doesn’t justify an answer.
Making no aspersions, it’s worthy of note that no official reason of death has ever been made public regarding Cameron’s son. The only statement ever given by a Conservative party spokesman was, “They had no particular warning that this tragedy was going to happen. Ivan had a bad night, but he’s had bad nights before. They got him to hospital but he did not pull through.”
David Cameron isn’t the only Prime Minister to have been accused of committing hideous crimes. Edward Heath was rumoured to have ’laughed off’ any suggestions he raped, killed, and dumped young men’s bodies off his yacht, the Morning Cloud, following claims made by David Icke in his book The Biggest Secret.
Like Edward Heath, David Cameron nor the Metropolitan Police have taken any action to shut down The Coleman Experience website or to initiate court proceedings to make the author retract or take-down these damaging claims.
With such conflicting accounts of the character of David Cameron circulating online, it’s hard to see how the average voter can get a clear picture of the man currently in power and running the country.
While he promised to “leave no stone unturned” in the pursuit of identifying parliamentary paedophiles live on This Morning Show in 2012, Cameron’s track record and these latest destructive allegations only add weight to the assertion that David Cameron isn’t the man we are being lead to believe.
Either David Cameron needs to be arrested and these claims investigated fully by the police, or the author behind The Coleman Experience WordPress needs to be arrested for libel and slander.