Opinion – The Guardian view on David Cameron: the warping ways of wealth | Editorial | Opinion | The Guardian

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This Guardian editorial argues that more important than the prime minister’s personal taxes are the rigged economic rules that govern everything, from tax havens offshore to housing policy at home.

Source: The Guardian view on David Cameron: the warping ways of wealth | Editorial | Opinion | The Guardian

Although I’m not an admirer of David Cameron’s political achievements, I take great exception to this Guardian editorial. For me Cameron has not been an effective leader. BUT the Guardian’s article is typical of the smearing and innuendo that comes with current left-wing politics – there seems to be no place for evidence.

In the mind of the typical Guardian reader David Cameron is responsible for all that’s wrong in society. What about the poison that comes with left-wing sponsorship by the unions? Are we to believe that left-wing politicians are not out for themselves?

The fact remains that the typical left-wing reader, to whom the Guardian is targeted, does not see that Cameron has operated well within the Law.

Cameron led the UK to the Brexit referendum because he could not control his party. He needs to clear the decks and concentrate on fighting for the REMAIN campaign, if not he should resign now.

How about the Guardian publishing its tax returns for the last seven years and explaining why it pays so little tax? Why doesn’t the Guardian direct the same fire-power to Tony Blair, examining Blair’s wealth, earnings and taxes? Surely Cameron is much whiter than Blair? After all, Blair had a very privileged background too.

Thoughts?