As I expected, the book on Cameron 'Call me Dave' (see my report yesterday) is being heavily critiqued by a number of sources. The main spin is that Lord Ashcroft, the author, is just being vengeful.
As I pointed out yesterday, this is irrelevant. Are the facts he speaks of actual, or is it all made up? In reality, Ashcroft obtained his information not just from his own association with Cameron, but from many people in the corridors of power. And I do not hesitate to say that neither Ashcroft nor the Daily Mail (who is serialising the book) will be stupid enough to put something into print (repeatedly) if they thought they'd get sued.
My own point is that unless a man has been saved by grace, any character faults (sins) and behavioural flaws (sins) in the past do not just go away. Yes, we have all done stupid things in our youth, but this is not about that.
As I said, his current vile laws that support homosexuality are based on his past sexual sins that have been brought forward to the present. They explain why he is pressurising the people of the UK to take on board a vile sinful lifestyle that does actual harm to everyone involved. Cameron's past sexual and drug evils were beyond what most people experience. There is no reason to suppose his heart and mind are free of those earlier years. Rather, without repentance and a change of heart, they are just like a cesspit accruing more filth.
This goes for all people who have not been saved. Let the baying voices continue to attack the author... I still want to see how it all plays out.
Obviously, I was not personally involved with Cameron in his early days, so I cannot verify anything... but I can say that his past is consistent with his foul laws and policies today, and must have driven his decisions. It might even be that he experienced homosexuality or one of its many facets... or that he is today a 'closet homosexual'. In the past he steadily chose NOT to deny either query... and that, in itself, says a great deal, and explains his actions against Christians and actions in favour of a perversion.
Let's see what now happens. Sadly, the people and media of this nation are so easy with the sinfulness of MPs and other leaders, that their evils go unreported or even supported. Those who are made to suffer for this are Christians, and, though most do not realise it, the whole nation.
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