The unelected prime minister of England
at the Euro jamboree.
If he wasn't such a contemptible bastard one might feel some sympathy for the wretched Cameron. No amount of his public school posturing, his shiny-face conceit, his hands-in-pockets insousiance, his tongue-tied, unimaginative cliche stuttering could disguise the group body language of all the other out-of-step so-called leaders - at best indifference and at worst contempt.
Up all night, he was, talking his arrogant, idler's jivetalk. And they gave him what the Barbarians call the bums rush. Not even Gordon Snot, in his unelected premiership, made such a dog's breakfast of things European as did Cameron, marching from one dick-hanging-out embarrassment to another, bravefacing his incompetence; it can't have been pleasant, even for an unprincipled dignity-bankrupt like him, squatting in Downing Street, thanks to the repulsive Nick Clegg and his band of shit-eating degenerates.
Maybe if he'd won an election - instead of nicking one, like a proper Flashman - maybe then he might have made some progress. Frau Lardarse comes from a land of coaltions and reunifications and a filthy, make-your-blood-run-cold history which we don't talk about but she has the confidence of her own party, unlike our own, unloved Mr Fishface.
What you see is what you get.
Not very much.
Who knows how or if the never-ending Euroshit crisis will end, how the speculating thieves and gangsters, sorry, wealth creators, can be placated; if they're not driving up the prices of foodstuffs, energy and raw materials, they're shorting entire nations, cheered on by a self-selecting political-media elite, the word elite being used advisedly, they're all just filthy bastards, Brussels and MediaMinster, shitting, multilingually, in our faces.
Shakez-vous by ze 'and?
Vous etes joking, n'est ce pas, M'sieu ShinyFace/
Even so, Cameron is a uniquely contemptible bastard and his cold-shouldering by the dwarf pimp, Sarkozy, is a defining moment for him and his govament of spivs and carpetbaggers, defining as in regime change. Not that it matters much.