You know what it’s like when you’re with your mates and you think no one’s watching – you love to have a right little bitch and a moan. And when you get caught out it’s one of the most embarrassing things in the world.
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That’s exactly what happened to David Cameron at this week’s anti-corruption summit in London when he didn’t realise that the cameras were on him. He started what looks like one of the most awkward conversations with the Queen before having a go at Nigeria and Afghanistan. He said:
We’ve got some leaders of some fantastically corrupt countries coming to Britain…Nigeria and Afghanistan, possibly the two most corrupt countries in the world.
What makes this even more shameful is that Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari was elected last year and vows to fight corruption in the country. He’s since said he was “shocked” at Cameron’s statements, while a senior Afghan official said that his claims were “unfair”. Too bloody right.
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, obviously realised what a blunder the PM was making, as he intervened and said:
But this particular president is not corrupt…he’s trying very hard.
So dumb Cameron, so dumb. Check it out below:
Jeez, that was painful to watch. You can see that everyone in that conversation aside from the Queen realised that he was making a booboo.
And aside from being incredibly offensive, how painfully awkward was that seeing Cameron trying to spark up a conversation with the Queen? Although to be fair, she doesn’t really give him much to work with.
Seriously, how is this guy still in power? Not only does he make terrible blunders like this one, but him and his family have been (hypocritically) using tax havens. Boot him out I say.