Get ready for Tonys spin.

#1
I can almost hear his brain strain.

'Tony Bush' sorry I mean Tony Blair will -as I write be thinking of how he is going to cover his ass over 'the disaster that is'- Iraq. Get ready because soon- very soon he is going to appear from his bunker and spin like a fcking tornado.

Wait for it and see if you can second guess what he will say to justify one of the biggest military fck ups of modern times. yet I am pretty sure that he will now only be convincing himself.

It's kinda like the used car salesman who's clapped out banger has been brought back to his garage smoking and totally fcked.

Yet this is somewhat more serious-life and death- so to speak and far too much of it on all sides.
 
#2
It's obviously been a very quiet night Eagle!

Although even on the quietest of nights I like to try to and have a point...
 
#3
Yes Dear Leader will have his scriptwriters on Overtime.
His Legacy, This must be protected above all.
Troops have died unfortunately part of their job spec and at least one leading civil servant is no longer with us for Blowing the gaff.
I detest Blur, have since I first became aware of him.
His Smile, wicked grin, Tone the Ultimate Snake oil salesman.
john
Long may he rot in hell.
Or what ever Good Job, King George or Murdoch fixes for him.
 
#4
To be honest even a man with Tony's undoubted communication and media handling skills can not formulate any gambit to deal with this while Bushes White house is begining to visible fragment. If the Republicans lose in the Elections next week New Liabours machine will suffer a 'retreat from Moscow' extravaganza as the Democrats savage Bush and move towards indictments with Tony perhaps called to account in front of Congress.
 
#5
AJ
Was That a Retreat TO Moscow ?
john
Blur was absolutely usless in the recent meeting in Findland with Boris, who from his comments of the Isreali Presidents 'rape case' would seem to be known as Boris the Impailer.
 
#6
You will know Bliar is lying - his lips will be moving!!!

Well done Claire Sort - an MP with integrity. Now there's an item in short supply!
 
#7
Campbells first draught.

"Some people criticise the decisions I made, but to these people I say this: (wave hand look around) before we intervened in Iraq, Iraq might have had weapons of mass destruction, it was impeding UN weapons inspection teams, It did appear at the time to have a dangerous capability. A capability we couldnt allow them to propogate to people such as North Korea and other states in the axis of Evil. Furthermore it was beelieved by the intelligence services of George Bush that the devoutly secular Iraqi state was offering shelter to religiously extremist Al Quaeda groups.

By liberating the Iraqi people we have been able to carry out a complete search of the nation, a search that could not have been carried out under Saddam's despotic regime, and we are now satsified that despite his efforts to impede our search for his weapons we have made certain he cannot pass information relating to WMD to the North Koreans. Our presence in Iraq has also demonstrated that Al Quaeda are operating from Iraq, My critics arent so vocal now you see, By putting troops into Iraq I have been able to show to the world that doesnt share my wisdom that Al Qaeda are operating from bases in Iraq, so the invasion was necessary in order to remove them.

The liberation of Iraq has safeguarded the middle east, Iraq no longer has WMD and by our intervention we have created a scenario where hopefully we will soon have Iranians and Syrians working alongside American and Uk forces to preserve the values of democracy that we hold to be essential to a stable region. These developments would not have been capable without my far sighted objective view of the scenario. People say I ran into the T.W.a.T only chasing the taste of Georges colon, I know now and I knew then that I was encouraging discourse between the factions of the Middle East creating a legacy that will reign for 1000 years.

Iran is now openly engaging in cross border trade with the Maahdi army, and other Iraqi groups, and these are people who in the same generation were fighting an eight year war against one another. I hear news of those arms shipments and international training regimes and I am rightly proud to have helped these two nations come together to work together. Im sure that George wont mind me saying that our presence in the region has secured employment for all the many men left out of work when Saddams Armed forces sadly collapsed, Trained men with skills were made unemployed by Saddam's departure, but through our "being in your backyard" operations we have provided employment for hundreds of energetic patriotic young men who want to work to build a future for themselves. We give the Iraqi people a reason to get out of bed and strap on their P4 every morning and for this I am truly amazing and unique.

Some people say that our actions have exacerbated underlying security issues, and to this I say: Yes our presence exacerbates the security issues, it has highlighted them and in doing so enabled us to enter into a working partnership with these nations.

I am a great leader, Im sure it will be seen in the future that the middle east wouldnt be the same if it werent for me. "
 
#8
Easy.

As he said he was leaving "next year" and the troops are "Leaveing next year" he jumps ship three days before the withdrawl anouncement.
 
#10
I can see it now.

"Yo Blair, I have an idea!"

"Oh Yes, what's that George?"

"We've got this guy lined up for taking over the Presidency in Iraq, he's just what we need, strong, determined and ruthless!"

"Sounds like someone we could use George, the situation is desperate now. Do I know him?"

"Why sure Tony, he's name is Saddam, he's going through a tuff trial at the moment, we'll fix that and I'm sure he'll want to listen to what we have to say!"

Edited for mongness!

 

Nehustan

On ROPS
On ROPs
#11
To be honest I don't think he will, it would be a spin too far. He would leave himself culpable. There's the WDM factor, the fact that parliament was lied to, the fact that the action (sorry to bring this up) was not backed by the UN and was in fact declared illegal by the UN SG, 655,000 dead Iraqis, not to mention the dead and wounded Brits. The only way he can ultimately escape his deserves is to play this out...now Tony keep those cards close to your chest, even though we've all been counting, see if you can bluff your hand...
 
#12
"Well, hey, I know it's been difficult for some people but, y'know, we have to move on and I hope that you will all give Gordon your full support for the difficult task he has to face. I've also asked George to consider getting Cliff Richard to take over the Iraqi government 'cos he's a good religious man, and it will also ensure his villa is spare for me to take a prolonged holiday while I do the smoke-screen job on my memoirs."
 
#13
Bravo2nothing said:
I can see it now.

"Yo Blair, I have an idea!"

"Oh Yes, what's that George?"

"We've got this guy lined up for taking over the Presidency in Iraq, he's just what we need, strong, determined and ruthless!"

"Sounds like someone we could use George, the situation is desperate now. Do I know him?"

"Why sure Tony, he's name is Saddam, he's going through a tuff trial at the moment, we'll fix that and I'm sure he'll want to listen to what we have to say!"

I agree. I have always maintained that Saddam should be put back in charge as he knows the area and warring factions better than anyone else still alive.

How can we justify holding a court case in the name of 'justice and democracy' when there are actions of mass destruction and murder taking place outside the doors. It just does not wash.
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#14
I agree. I have always maintained that Saddam should be put back in charge as he knows the area and warring factions better than anyone else still alive.

How can we justify holding a court case in the name of 'justice and democracy' when there are actions of mass destruction and murder taking place outside the doors. It just does not wash.
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OK - put him back on the street and see which faction gets to him first - The Iraqi National Lottery, buy your tickets at IRAQAARSE. And no doubt XXX thousand people [on all sides] will have died in your "good cause". The law favours the winners - c.f. Nuremberg
 

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