David Cameron
10 Downing Street

Dear Mr Cameron,

I have been meaning to write to you for many years and it has taken a rainy day, such as today, to give me the time and breathing space to do so.

I am writing to offer my appreciation and thanks for everything that you do. You are a true inspiration to all that take the time to acknowledge and absorb your words. Your perceptions, understanding and beliefs of international issues are portrayed in a way that does not come across as forceful and big topics are pallet-able without being overwhelming or unrealistically ideological, a facet that is imperative to grasp the imaginations and respect of nations across the world. Your fingers are truly on the pulse of the people displaying a grasp of global political, economic, social and environmental issues like no other conduit to wisdom and common sense.

The highest praise of course must go to your latest release ‘Avatar’. That motion picture is without a shadow of a doubt a masterpiece in the ultimate sense of the word. It has set new benchmarks in cinema, breaking new grounds not just in technical and cinematic prowess, but as to how socio/environmental issues can be exposed through artistic statement, highlighting how international corporations can be deregulated to such an extent they can act out the the public best interests to further short term economic gains achieved through sponsorship and infiltration of international governments to sway political decision to enforce or permit businesses to be able to act freely to destroy ecosystems and native populations to allow deci-percentile increases in economic growth whilst ignoring longer term trends pertaining to true environmental cost and the fragility and vulnerability of our world and the unsustainable manner in which we are harvesting natural resources for the benefit of the few and the detriment to the many. I sat through that film clutching my cinema arm rests saying to my self: ‘Thank you David Cameron. Thank you David for making this film. It is a message like no other and I hope it allows people to observe how we are letting our world be run by irresponsible corporate terrorists out for pure self interest.’

You’ve got balls Dave. I admire your balls. Dave’s Big Political Balls.

A glimmer of altruism in a world of greed and selfishness is what the 21st century has literally been crying for. Can we expect Avatar 2 and 3 in the coming years to remind us how we should be living with our planet in harmony not against her? Smash the system man!


Abe Cambridge