Cameron’s bad deal

David Cameron’s Conservative Party government, which banned this writer from entering the United Kingdom for fear of me addressing a small group of traditionalists at a black tie dinner in London, has reached a deal with the European Union and is trying to sell it to the British public. He is facing opposition from within his own party over concerns that his deal does little to halt mass immigration or re-assert the UK’s sovereignty. Nigel Farage of the United Kingdom Independence Party has called Cameron’s begging for temporary concessions from the European Union “pretty shameful.”

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  1. It’s sad when we as brothers cannot greet one another because we are separated not only by the great salty sea, but also because we are both ruled by complete tyrants who do not wish to see brother alongside brother setting about to do the Lord’s work.

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