"While I have always held a healthy respect for the 'special relationship' that Great Britain has had with America since the 'Second World War', it has always been generally accepted by both countries that neither interferes with or seeks to influence the internal politics of the other.
Why then has Obama come out on Cameron's side of the argument with regard to whether we stay in or leave the European Union in the coming referendum? The mere fact that an outgoing President of the United States of America is prepared to 'come out' for David Cameron is a good barometer that David Cameron's lies have also been outed by the British electorate and that he is running scared as to how we will vote in the coming referendum.
In the whole of my long political life, there has never been a political question that I have been 100 per cent certain of, with the exception of this one the country faces now: whether Britain should stay in or leave the European union? I have not the slightest doubt that we should leave at the earliest opportunity. However, whatever outcome the voter truly wants, if the genuine wishes of the electorate are circumvented this time, I shall never vote for any mainstream political party again and may even consider anarchism as a viable alternative form of expression.
We were lied to by Edward Heath in 1972 when he took us in and we have been lied to by every successive British Prime Minister since! The politicians care not one jot as to the electorate's opinion on the matter and will resort to any degree of scaremongering to frighten us into voting to stay in.
Many constitutional experts believe that Britain isn't actually a member of the European Union since our apparent entry was in violation of British law and was, therefore invalid. In enacting the European Communities Bill through an ordinary vote in the House of Commons, Ted Heath's Government breached the constitutional convention which requires a prior consultation of the people.
Just weeks before the 1970 general election which made him Prime Minister, Edward Heath declared that it would be wrong if any Government contemplating membership of the European Community were to take this step without `the full hearted consent of Parliament and people'.
However, when it came to it, Heath didn't have a referendum because opinion polls at the time (1972) showed that the British people were hugely opposed (by a margin of two to one) against joining the Common Market. Instead, Heath merely signed the documents that took us into what became the European Union on the basis that Parliament alone had passed the European Communities Bill of 1972. When the fait accompli was finally presented to the British voter for ratification, the people were left thinking they had voted for one thing while in effect getting another. The British people had voted for a common trade agreement and not a common political union between European countries! I am disgusted with the ease that successive politicians have duped the British electorate in this matter throughout.
However, as I've already bitten into the poisoned political apple, I may as well have a second bite by declaring my beliefs regarding other matters over the years in which British Prime Ministers have lied to the electorate.
Allow me to say that I do not believe myself to generally be a supporter of conspiracy theories, but even my nose cannot come up smelling of roses when there is something fishy going on down below! I believe that Thatcher and Reagan and Blair and Bush were also under the political blankets with each other during their terms of Office as are Cameron and Obama today.
I believed that Edward Heath lied to us in 1972 about the true aim of the Common Market. I believe that Margaret Thatcher lied to us about the truth of her intentions with regard to the extent of pit closures in the 1980s as well as the direction the General Belgrano was travelling in when she gave the order to sink it with the loss of 323 lives on the 2nd May, 1982, during the Falklands War (away from engagement and not towards it). I believe that Tony Blair knowingly lied to Parliament in April, 2002 when he said that Saddam Hussein's regime had developed weapons of mass destruction and again in September, 2002 when he said that Saddam had existing and active military plans for the use of chemical and biological weapons, which could be activated within 45 minutes. I also believe that the weapons' expert, David Kelly, who was mysteriously found dead on the 17th July, 2003, died neither by his own hand or natural means. I believe that he was murdered by someone working on behalf of the British Secret Services or known to or on the direction of Government sources. As to the late Princess Diana who warned in advance of her own death by mysterious means, I still haven't made my mind up on that one yet!
In short, I believe that since Edward Heath took Office in the 70s that all our Prime Ministers have lied to the electorate on important issues apart from their expenses and that at least one of them ought to be prosecuted under the Hague Convention as a war criminal! Now try and work out my political persuasion." William Forde: 16th, 2016.