Traitor Cameron Attends Palace Charged With High Treason
LONDON - England - The PM has been summoned in shackles to Buckingham palace today and may be charged with the Treason act of 1351, 1702 and 1708.
"We have reason to believe that Mr Cameron, by denying a vote on the EU referendum, is thus adhering to the sovereign's enemies, giving them aid and comfort, in the realm or elsewhere and moving foreigners to invade the United Kingdom by giving up its sovereignty, freedoms, ability to defend itself and dissolving the power of parliament and the crown to Brussels. Mr Cameron will attend a preliminary hearing at the palace before being moved to the Tower of London where he will be hanged from his neck until dead, then his carcass will be put up on a post in front of the Houses of Parliament," High Court judge, Lord Justice Giles Higginflintstowe, announced this morning.
Mr Cameron denied he had committed High Treason, but his actions have proved otherwise and he was arrested and detained from Number10 Downing Street in the early hours of Thursday morning.
"He denied a referendum on whether Britain should be in or out of the unelected communistic fascist entity called the European Union. In other words, he wants Britain to be in that thing and lose all of its abilities to dictate its own laws, monetary policy as well as defence policy. This is tantamount to High Treason and will be treated as such," a member of the Conservative party told the Daily Telegraph.