I have personally never liked you or your policies but I have never hated you. I believed you were doing what you thought was best for this country of ours and we just disagreed on your methods. I have never thought of insulting you personally as I felt that would demean the office you hold by grace of the British people.
I could forgive your austerity assuming that you believed that your economic policies would benefit us all in the future. I could forgive your claims of tax dodging on the basis you never did anything illegal and the sums involved, though big enough for the common man were small in the bigger picture. I could forgive your racist policies such as Prevent, created to help tackle extremism instead created extremism itself and alienate certain communities. I could even forgive the blatant lying against a man of faith and lighting the fires of nationalism that you have lost control of, to further your politics and maintain control.
You could have sealed this result in the early stages but you were thinking of the future. You didn't want to mobilise the demographics who would never vote for you or your nasty party. You could have considered those to be affected the most by UK leaving the EU and ensured their support. You could have allowed 16 to 18 year olds to vote in this referendum as the Scots did in theirs as it will affect the younger generation the most but you were concerned a time would come when they would demand a vote in all elections and they would never vote for you.
You could have allowed those British citizens living in Europe who will be greatly affected by this debacle a vote also, but again, you were more concerned about your legacy after the referendum you could not see yourself losing. Finally, the date of the referendum, so soon after the local elections and smack bang in the middle of Ramadan where millions of Muslims were less likely to vote because of fasting. Whilst keeping it so soon after a local election meant some activists were burnt out there was not enough time to campaign on the real issues of the UK in the EU.
Mr Cameron, I will never forgive you for what you have done to my country. Too busy trying to create yourself into some-sort of demigod, you have sold us down the river. In your attempt to manipulate politics, you have broken this union of ours. You will be remembered only for this and I hope it haunts you till the end of time. I will never forgive you Sir, but mostly I fear for myself and for what the future holds.
Dr Aadil Patel