#Prime Minister #David Cameron, Royalty and other notable figures in the British Establishment are coming under a level of political satire unheard of in modern times. While political satire has been a stable diet of discontent since the times of ancient Rome and Greece, modern day satire is touching on libel and slander.
With the floodgates opened after Lord Ashford's allegation that David Cameron inserted his penis into a dead pig's head as an initiation to a secret elite club, further damaging allegations are coming to light that Cameron had sex with a dead child as an initiation to a secret elite club, which begs the question; when will be police be called to investigate these despicable claims?.
Political satire historically flourishes as a subversive weapon used by disgruntled citizens living under a fascist and despotic regime. With the Conservative Party now in its second term and free from the restraints of a coalition government, it would seem that the symptoms of a suppressed and austerity battered population are beginning to be felt.
Unable to rely on a free press to hold politicians to account, citizen journalism is coming to the surface as the only effective answer to the perceived corruption which has been allowed to fester and grow deep within the heart of power and royalty.
This is no more evident than the massive fraud being revealed in relation to the 'Boiler Rooms' at 788-790 Finchley Road, London.
Championed by citizen researcher Gordon Bowden and promoted as the biggest fraud in British history, over 250,000 fake companies have been linked to two addresses in London, with virtually every notable politician and Royal family member listed as a company director..
While political satire may be rife, the underlaying message is deadly serious and in effect accuses all the politicians we are meant to trust to be fraudulently stealing the nation's wealth from under the citizens' noses.
Alas there isn't a politician or journalist brave enough in Britain to ask the serious questions, which makes political satire all the more necessary as a weapon against the alleged criminal leaders of Great Britain PLC.