David Cameron inept action over Military guidance,
while ignoring top brass aides
In the latest revelations of the growing damnation from Tory peer Lord Ashcroft, David Cameron was blamed for his failure to listen to top brass officials in military ranks over foreign policy with unstable interventions, including the Libyan fracas.
As revealed in leading newspaper the Daily Mail a leading general, Tory grandee and the United States accused Cameron of ineptitude in his interventions with war torn countries, not directly involving Britain. Warmonger Cameron, who has placed Britain’s foreign policy into a dangerous position for future generations of warring by charging in for a feel good press opportunity destabilised country’s including Libya, classed as “Cameron’s Iraq.” General Sir David Richards told Mr Cameron “being in the Combined Cadet Force at Eton” did not qualify him to make such fundamentally crucial decisions on a whim. Cameron, who thought nothing of the repercussions, decided his opinion was law and placed the United Kingdom into a precarious position when it was not directly involved.
Cameron and then French President Nicolas Sarkozy paraded the streets after toppling Colonel Gaddaffi. Many felt removing Gadaffi was the wrong move and nations should have worked with him than to remove him from power altogether. Cameron rushed in and compromised British values with his distorted, one man view which does not represent British values at all, and nations should not take their plight out on Britain for Cameron’s loosely filled agenda.
Cameron was also said to have blindly gone against the working relationship with America on strategic diplomacy to restore balanced order to citizens’ lives. The White House felt they have been “f**ked over” by Cameron’s chances for international glory on the news. The British people thoroughly disagreed with Cameron, who again failed to listen. War chiefs also expressed such negativity to which Cameron dismissed.
Cameron has also come under fire for his curbing of Military forces, cutting its numbers in attempts to decrease the deficit as he babbles on about constantly. The Daily Telegraph revealed on Wednesday 23rd September that the Chancellor Osborne’s plans had increased the deficit, despite hammering blows with welfare cuts, austerity measures and tax evasion. Cameron continued to deplete Military forces in a time of continued foreign policy that has affected Britain’s national security to the fullest.
Diplomacy is key to winning any war, even if the other side wants to attack. The key is finding a balance as all outrage won’t win through eventually. To get what one wants, they must. As leading War philosopher Sun Tzu wrote in the Art of War, “leave the enemy a golden bridge on which to retreat” in order to ‘win’ your action plan.