David's family has always been the starting point of everything he has achieved in business and politics. He is shamelessly proud of the values that were instilled in him when he was a young boy, enjoying his privacy and the rich societal life at Eton. David's family has a wealth of intriguing history, everything from military profiteering to involvement with the Rothschild banking family. David hopes to live up to the expectations of his bloodline through his policy on Iran, which Cameron is looking forward to justifying on the 6o'clock news.
Before he became PM, David worked in business and government. During his media public ascent David talked openly about his previous roles as a Special Adviser in government, first to the Chancellor of the Exchequer and then to the Home Secretary. David proved him self as a confident orator when he was used as a government spokes mascot, sugar coating the oppressive, draconian "Prevention of Terrorism Act" to produce televised snippets of misinformation.
The Prime Minister was the Director of Corporate Affairs at Carlton Communications for seven years. During his time there he oversaw the creation of a more centralised media system which integrated Carlton with Granada television and BSkyB to form British Digital Broadcasting.
At a time when the country is about to enter a depression, people are losing their jobs, homes and faith in a corrupt, irrelevant, archaic political system he believes there is urgent need for change, saying...
"Politics needs to become more fun, more entertaining, so that the masses will come to view us as a caring, wise uncle- rather than abusive, sadistic master."
He is already planning tax cuts for the richest 2000 estates in the UK, to repair our broken society, nurturing the change he has in mind. David believes he attracted liberal votes with the hypocrisy between his actions and policies on drugs, David has not kept hidden his past consumption of Cannabis and Cocaine, saying...
"I did lots of things before I came into politics which I shouldn't have done. We all did."
He published plans for a National Loan Guarantee Scheme to get money flowing to bank investors again. Which he believes will help the common person too, albeit indirectly. He has called for tax breaks for pensioners and the richest 1% of the country- as it is the banks who are really suffering from the start of this depression.
At a time when families are suffering, he has announced plans for a freeze in council tax for two years by cutting wasteful Government spending. This may also serve as a necessary distraction from the fact that thousands of people in the UK have stopped paying the council tax, just on the basis that it is "unlawful". He believes we need to cut employment costs for small businesses by cutting National Insurance and through a tax break for new jobs, and by reducing the minimum wage. Government needs to live within its means to help delay the mathematically unavoidable doubling of the national debt. Which during his time in office, is likely to be a fortnightly occurrence.
David's vision is of a country where the powers have more opportunity, less restriction and thus more control over people and their lives; a country where rich families are stronger and society is more responsible; a Britain which is safer and profitably greener, via the carbon tax.