Cameron says Londoners are potential “lab rats” for Corbyn. Are you a potential lab rat?

We Londoners are all just lab rats in David Cameron’s eyes

Lab rats

An aerial view of London, as seen by David Cameron

Forget free will and personal autonomy. By mid-May, you, me, and all of our friends and family in London might be nothing more than Jeremy Corbyn’s “lab rats”, according to the prime minister of Britain.

But this is only if Labour candidate Sadiq Khan wins the mayoral election.

It makes sense doesn’t it?

According to Cameron we will all be mere lab rats if we elect one particular mayor to City Hall, but not with another.

He seems to think the cruelty of the experiment is what makes a “lab rat”, which demonstrates a fundamental flaw in how his mind works.

In case you’re in any doubt what being a “lab rat” means, a quick image search will yield graphic images of what would be termed torture if inflicted on humans.

The fact that Cameron sees anyone as a potential “lab rat” is disturbing, and demonstrates an innate contempt for those who disagree with him.

Is the prime minister trying to convince us we could elect someone who’d carry out cruel experiments on us? Yes he is!

Cameron made his comments during a rally for the Conservative mayoral candidate Zac Goldsmith.

Speaking about Khan winning the mayoralty while Jeremy Corbyn is leader of the Labour Party, Cameron said: “Just think what the first Corbyn-elected mayor would be like for our economy, for our city. You do not want to be lab rats in the first Corbyn economic experiment in public life.”

If this is a method of reaching London’s overwhelmingly Labour voting citizens, then it is a very odd strategy indeed.

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