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    (Original post by felamaslen)
    It would be distasteful, since David Cameron isn't a mass murdering oppressor, like Kim Jong Un is.

    But I'd still allow it.

    A film about assassinating Kim Jong Un, on the other hand, should be celebrated, since he and his regime are responsible for the brutalisation, torture, oppression and democide of (literally) millions of innocent Korean men, women and children.
    No David Cameron just kills people secretly in clever ways, all these deaths caused by the tories need to be avenged.To be fair Labour started it and aren't that much better.This is just a list of sick/disabled people many more have probably died due to benefit sanctions who were well.

    http://blacktrianglecampaign.org/201...ber-21st-2014/
    https://www.change.org/p/david-camer...led-my-brother

    The Tories benefit reforms have led to the creation of worse than African poverty with people getting £0 a day compared to what is often quoted as around a dollar a day in Africa.
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    (Original post by Dalek1099)
    No David Cameron just kills people secretly in clever ways, all these deaths caused by the tories need to be avenged.To be fair Labour started it and aren't that much better.This is just a list of sick/disabled people many more have probably died due to benefit sanctions who were well.

    http://blacktrianglecampaign.org/201...ber-21st-2014/
    https://www.change.org/p/david-camer...led-my-brother

    The Tories benefit reforms have led to the creation of worse than African poverty with people getting £0 a day compared to what is often quoted as around a dollar a day in Africa.
    Comparing benefit reforms and budget cuts to sending opponents to the gulag. Nice one.
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    (Original post by Simes)
    The Americans also shoot their schoolkids with automatic weapons, have the death penalty, imprison people without trial, use torture and let their cops kill the black kids with impunity, so don't use them as a standard for moral behaviour.
    Yet there was a comment on an article on the Daily Mail website stating that America has a superior justice system to our weak one! :rolleyes:

    At least in the UK you get more chance of a fair trial!
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    (Original post by MagicNMedicine)
    Yeah you could have it set at an international conference to discuss the Ukraine crisis.

    Hugh Grant would play David Cameron, Denzil Washington would play Obama and the guy that played Le Chiffre in Casino Royale could play Putin.

    The plot is that the CIA decide on an ultra secret plot, even more daring than the Bin Laden operation, to take out Putin in an international conference. They approach a retired CIA operative, played by Samuel L Jackson to carry out the hit. He's living in a trailer park, a down and out alcoholic, and says his days as an assassin are long gone, so the governments of the free world come together to come up with a plan to get him back in the fold. First Obama meets him and gives him a heartfelt message, but he rejects it. So they conspire to make him meet Ekaterina, a beautiful Ukrainian model, played by Anna Kournikova, who falls in love with him, makes him rediscover meaning in his life and then persuade him to take on the job.

    The final scene shows him avoiding the KGB security detail to set up his sniping point and then when the leaders are stood together to meet the press he lines up his sights on Putin's head, but he misses and hits Cameron instead, he shouts "mother****er!! I knew I was too old to be getting back into this ****!" and then the credits roll.
    Rofl i'd watch it
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    They've made movies about assassinating the Queen.

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    (Original post by HarryBarney)
    They've made movies about assassinating the Queen.

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    With the Queen under the protection of Rowan Atkinson, it's very unlikely she could be assassinated.
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    (Original post by A5ko)
    With the Queen under the protection of Rowan Atkinson, it's very unlikely she could be assassinated.
    Indeed he is a man of many skills and talents.

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    We had a tv drama about Prince Harry being kidknapped in Afghanistan so why not a film about the assassination of the PM
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    (Original post by Guru Jason)
    We had a tv drama about Prince Harry being kidknapped in Afghanistan so why not a film about the assassination of the PM
    Because Harry's would e more realistic as he actually was there
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    (Original post by Rorystheman)
    Because Harry's would e more realistic as he actually was there
    I agree with you and there was very little opposition to that going out on tv so why would there be for a pm assassination?
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    (Original post by Guru Jason)
    I agree with you and there was very little opposition to that going out on tv so why would there be for a pm assassination?
    Because he is our glorious supreme leader whom we all adore like all North Koreans love Kim Jong Un who would ever want to think of such a diabolical thing
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    Funded by the taxpayer, I hope?
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    (Original post by Profesh)
    Funded by the taxpayer, I hope?
    No we fund the film by Robbing Boris Johnson
 
 
 
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