Section: European Civil War (early 21st Century)
Chapter: Great Britain (UK)
David Cameron, the onetime Prime Minister of the United Kingdom- later executed for “Crimes against the British People” for his role in allowing the mass-rape of English children by Muslim men during the early 21st century- could later be said to trace his fall to the EU referendum he called for, and specifically a question and answer session on Sky News, later credited with pushing the “Leave” campaign over the top.
In the question and answer session, Cameron was grilled first by Sky News commentator Faisal Islam, who mocked Cameron’s Brexit fearmongering, as well as by a university student of immigrant background, who memorably accused him of “waffling”.
While the UK establishment had pinned their homes of a “Stay” victory on those non-White voters such as Mr. Islam and the female college student, when the EU Referendum vote finally took place, the less than anticipated “Stay” support by immigrants sealed the deal on a UK-EU split. Of course, this made little difference in the events that were to come in the United Kingdom, as Cameron and his Conservative Party successor Michael Gove were to find out.
Once the UK descended into chaos and ethnic violence a few years after the EU referendum, Cameron initially moved to Spain with his family. Upon a return trip to an EU-controlled sub-section of southern Wales several years later however, the hotel where he was staying was stormed by Nationalist Militia, who arrested him. Cameron was taken prisoner, and, three years hence, executed after being found guilty of numerous crimes, including treason, complicity in mass child-rape, and other crimes relating to the attempted genocide of the British people.