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    David Cameron urges European Union to drop 'prejudice' against Turkey

    It is about his stance on the EU, Turkey, and comments on the flotilla raid.

    AFP: Cameron 'angry' at slow pace of Turkey's EU talks

    Then the Guardian has noticed he is out on a limb:
    David Cameron's Turkophilia faces an uphill struggle | Denis MacShane | Comment is free | guardian.co.uk

    Then he sides with the bad guys over Israel/Gaza
    Gaza is a prison camp, says David Cameron - Telegraph

    Do we want Turkey to join the EU? really?
    The government have recently been taken control by Islamists and the country strongly persecutes Christians. They fail every common sense test of freedoms to join the EU.
    I'm thinking of joining AMGINGLES in his conspiracy theories, as this looks like another attempt to create a NWO without the consent of the electorate.

    What happened to Dave's promise of a referendum if there are any major changes in the EU
    Will we get to vote on whether Turkey can become a member?
    Save us all 22,000,000 a day. Leave the EU.

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    re: David Cameron urges European Union to drop 'prejudice' against Turkey

    I fail to see what the problem is with regard to any of those ariticles. Cameron is bang on point with all of his statements you've posted here, especially with regard to Gaza. When I read what you said about him siding with the bad guys, I thought you meant Israel.
    I don't have a lot of faith in Cameron myself, or his coalition government. But that is mainly because of his sucking up to Obama, allowing himself to be bullied by the US media, and not taking anywhere near a tough enough stance on Israel. I suspect it has a lot to do with not wanting to upset Washington, but IMO Britain should sever all diplomatic ties with Israel, pertition the UN for Israels full and unconditional withdrawal from all occupied Palestinian lands, the full repatriation of Palestinian refugees along with the return of their property and compensation.
    Barry, how can you talk about TURKEY persecuting Christians when Israel is guilty of the most hanus religious persecution against Christians and Muslims?
    What does the fact that TURKEY'S main religious group is Muslim? Tell me Barry, does entry into the EU depend on religion now? How about Ireland? The Irish are mainly Catholic republicans aren't they? Didn't they have a tendancy to persecute protestant Christians? You see how silly these generalisatons are?
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    re: David Cameron urges European Union to drop 'prejudice' against Turkey

    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    It is about his stance on the EU, Turkey, and comments on the flotilla raid.

    AFP: Cameron 'angry' at slow pace of Turkey's EU talks

    Then the Guardian has noticed he is out on a limb:
    David Cameron's Turkophilia faces an uphill struggle | Denis MacShane | Comment is free | guardian.co.uk

    Then he sides with the bad guys over Israel/Gaza
    Gaza is a prison camp, says David Cameron - Telegraph

    Do we want Turkey to join the EU? really?
    The government have recently been taken control by Islamists and the country strongly persecutes Christians. They fail every common sense test of freedoms to join the EU.
    I'm thinking of joining AMGINGLES in his conspiracy theories, as this looks like another attempt to create a NWO without the consent of the electorate.

    What happened to Dave's promise of a referendum if there are any major changes in the EU
    Will we get to vote on whether Turkey can become a member?
    Without the consent of 'The Electorate' is the way Hitler AND Cameron got into power.

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    re: David Cameron urges European Union to drop 'prejudice' against Turkey

    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    It is about his stance on the EU, Turkey, and comments on the flotilla raid.

    AFP: Cameron 'angry' at slow pace of Turkey's EU talks

    Then the Guardian has noticed he is out on a limb:
    David Cameron's Turkophilia faces an uphill struggle | Denis MacShane | Comment is free | guardian.co.uk

    Then he sides with the bad guys over Israel/Gaza
    Gaza is a prison camp, says David Cameron - Telegraph

    Do we want Turkey to join the EU? really?
    The government have recently been taken control by Islamists and the country strongly persecutes Christians. They fail every common sense test of freedoms to join the EU.
    I'm thinking of joining AMGINGLES in his conspiracy theories, as this looks like another attempt to create a NWO without the consent of the electorate.

    What happened to Dave's promise of a referendum if there are any major changes in the EU
    Will we get to vote on whether Turkey can become a member?
    Having a confirmed anti-EU stance myself I don't believe that we should be encouraging any expansion of the organisation regardless of the religious beliefs of the country concerned, and I do find it rather strange how David Cameron has gone from wanting a referendum on the Lisbon Treaty to this seeming endorsement of the expansion of the EU against popular opinion here. However I can quite understand his Gaza comments given that Israel has been soundly condemned internationally for it's illegal acts both in Gaza and against the Turkish flotilla. As for a referendum if there are any major changes, my understanding is that this refers to policy changes, not membership, but the whole thing does seem as if he's himself unsure and is swayed by the circumstances of the moment.
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    re: David Cameron urges European Union to drop 'prejudice' against Turkey

    This change in Cameron's stance seems very hot on the heels of this story about Palestinian backing for the Tory party funds:

    Palestinian tycoons with Libya links behind Tory donations - Telegraph

    Please don't make this another Israel v Palestine thread, they are so boring.

    Turkey is becoming more and more an Islamic state, which is a theocracy, not a democracy. The EU is supposedly a democracy and, as such, is totally incompatible with a rising Islamic state with its Sharia Laws, which are anti women, anti homosexual, anti everyone - except the deluded followers of Mohammed.
    Save us all 22,000,000 a day. Leave the EU.

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    re: David Cameron urges European Union to drop 'prejudice' against Turkey

    Quote Originally Posted by coalition View Post
    Without the consent of 'The Electorate' is the way Hitler AND Cameron got into power.
    Don't forget Gordon Brown and James Calaghan.
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    re: David Cameron urges European Union to drop 'prejudice' against Turkey

    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    This change in Cameron's stance seems very hot on the heels of this story about Palestinian backing for the Tory party funds:

    Palestinian tycoons with Libya links behind Tory donations - Telegraph

    Please don't make this another Israel v Palestine thread, they are so boring.

    Turkey is becoming more and more an Islamic state, which is a theocracy, not a democracy. The EU is supposedly a democracy and, as such, is totally incompatible with a rising Islamic state with its Sharia Laws.
    Err, you brought up Israel and Palestine.

    anti women, anti homosexual, anti everyone - except the deluded followers of Mohammed
    The word hypocrite springs to mind.
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    re: David Cameron urges European Union to drop 'prejudice' against Turkey

    I have no interest whatsoever in Arab religions or politics.They are as usefull in the modern world as an ashtray on a motorbike,the only reason any civilised country has any dealings with them is OIL,,,,,full stop.

    Right now Ive got that off my chest back to topic. Cameron. What a turncoat,did I not here the words "No more expansion of the EU" and "Any major changes will be put to referendum ? "
    Turkey joining the EU is a Major change and a Major expansion. I see no benefit of Turkish membership but plenty of potential problems.They couldnt even behave themselves as members of NATO when they invaded Cyprus in the 70's.
    Having Turkey as a member just reinforces my belief that we would be ....
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    David Cameron urges European Union to drop 'prejudice' against Turkey

    In a speech in the Turkish capital of Ankara, he will tell of his "anger" that a country which is a member of the Nato coalition fighting in Afghanistan should be asked to: "guard the camp but not be allowed to sit inside the tent".

    He will claim that those who seek to block the incorporation of a Muslim nation into the 27-member EU are misguided and prejudiced. His words are likely to be construed as criticism of France and Germany, which both oppose the country's membership.....

    Cameron urges EU to drop 'prejudice' against Turkey - Telegraph

    They have a high birthrate and high levels of poverty, let's consider that before we even think about the fact they are muslims.

    If we allow them the same privelige we allowed Poland we'd be looking at a situation where literally millions of them would arrive here overnight, begging bowls at the ready.

    the insanity of this beggars belief... can Cameron not see this, I find that hard to believe? Does the possibility of millions more people claiming benefits, getting preferential treatment to brits in the job market, getting housing benefit, pushing up hospital waiting lists, does none of this register with him? More islamists to picket our soldiers, groom our children into drugs and prostitution, blow themselves up for Allah. If he were to allow this, I really do believe it will be the straw that breaks this country's back.
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    Re: David Cameron urges European Union to drop 'prejudice' against Turkey

    Non of our polititions have the backbone to put the European question to the electorate.Cameron does not speak for the people of the UK,he does not speak for the people of Europe,he doesn't speak for anyone but himself . Maybe he should just shut it !

    He did say that any more major changes within the EU would trigger a referendum on the EU. (Covering up his backtracking on lisbon) Turkey joining would IMO be a major change

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