SLAVERY: HOW DAVID CAMERON’S FAMILY GOT RICH

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David Cameron's family earned the equivalent of £3m from slavery David Cameron’s family earned the equivalent of £3m from slavery

Apart from earning bonuses and salaries at HSBC and in the City of London, David Cameron’s real family wealth – which was equivalent to £3m today was earned from SLAVERY in the 1800s. This remarkable fact has been ascertained after months of research which reveal that several British government ministers, and a couple of Prime Ministers were handed the equivalent of millions of pounds when the abolishment of slavey was announced…

Yes, the man who has vowed to abolish HUMAN RIGHTS in Britain, and has appointed his old Oxford Uni chum, Michael Gove, to destroy the UK Human Rights Act, has been revealed to come from a family who exploited men, women, children and elderly citizens of Jamaica.  Mr David Cameron’s family have SLAVE OWNERS in their heritage – and this is confirmed by academics at a British university who have reviewed…

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About Sabine Kurjo McNeill

I'm a mathematician and system analyst formerly at CERN in Geneva and became an event organiser, software designer, independent web publisher and online promoter of Open Justice. My most significant scientific contribution is www.smartknowledge.space
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One Response to SLAVERY: HOW DAVID CAMERON’S FAMILY GOT RICH

  1. T Birks says:

    Why would most people be surprised to learn this .. WE ARE (many of us) CONSPIRACY THEORISTS .. a ‘witch-hunter’ tactic to try to ridicule us into keeping quiet like most of the population who for one reason or another just want to sit and watch soaps/ propaganda on tv, what sad lives they lead when they have to seek pleasure from an electronic light-show in the corner of the room. What pathetic people many of us have become when TV is the highlight of the day. Robbed of reality. ” and the people will accept their servitude and grow to love it” .. we would all do well to remember that quote.

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