"Im not shaking your hand, youve got blood on it."

#7
:clap: For the man. :clap:

Hope it prey's on Blair's mind for years and years to come.
 
#8
BrokenArrow said:
:clap: For the man. :clap:

Hope it prey's on Blair's mind for years and years to come.
Some how I think Tony's one of those people who just roll on past such trivial matters.
 

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#9
BrokenArrow said:
:clap: For the man. :clap:

Hope it prey's on Blair's mind for years and years to come.
I don't think it will prey on Bliar's mind for a nano second. :x
 
#11
An honest man - no, not Bliar, the gentleman who told him to walk away in short sharp jerky movements!

Bliar is a poisonous boil on this nation's history. It appears the boil will be nurtured by the European National Socialists and Soviets, but it will burst - it will burst!

I nominate an Englishman with a Scottish surname. to lance the boil...........
 
#12
Auld-Yin said:
BrokenArrow said:
:clap: For the man. :clap:

Hope it prey's on Blair's mind for years and years to come.
I don't think it will prey on Bliar's mind for a nano second. :x

Oh I dunno…

B'Liar's instant conversion to God is a classic sign of someone with a guilty concience looking for an instant cure. He's also kept himself in a bubble of adulation in America, (for some reason they adore him as a paragon of liberty and justice), and managed to avoid coming face to face with the reality of his actions.

I know it's a long shot, but something like this just might score a hit that will nag on his mind.
 
#14
spike7451 said:
I hope it made the two faced c*nt squirm!
I would like to see the cnut squirm, at the end of six foot of rope
 
#15
Oil_Slick said:
Auld-Yin said:
BrokenArrow said:
:clap: For the man. :clap:

Hope it prey's on Blair's mind for years and years to come.
I don't think it will prey on Bliar's mind for a nano second. :x

Oh I dunno…

B'Liar's instant conversion to God is a classic sign of someone with a guilty concience looking for an instant cure. He's also kept himself in a bubble of adulation in America, (for some reason they adore him as a paragon of liberty and justice), and managed to avoid coming face to face with the reality of his actions.

I know it's a long shot, but something like this just might score a hit that will nag on his mind.
It was a civilised way of spitting on him, this mountebank, who sent so many to die, whilst feathering his own nest and making sure his own kids wanted for nothing.
 
#16
Monty417 said:
Oil_Slick said:
Auld-Yin said:
BrokenArrow said:
:clap: For the man. :clap:

Hope it prey's on Blair's mind for years and years to come.
I don't think it will prey on Bliar's mind for a nano second. :x

Oh I dunno…

B'Liar's instant conversion to God is a classic sign of someone with a guilty concience looking for an instant cure. He's also kept himself in a bubble of adulation in America, (for some reason they adore him as a paragon of liberty and justice), and managed to avoid coming face to face with the reality of his actions.

I know it's a long shot, but something like this just might score a hit that will nag on his mind.
It was a civilised way of spitting on him, this mountebank, who sent so many to die, whilst feathering his own nest and making sure his own kids wanted for nothing.


Who can forget this classic statement by B'Liar? The man who would go on to send British troops to war more times than any other British PM


"Mine is the first generation able to contemplate the possibility that we may live our entire lives without going to war or sending our children to war."
Tony Blair - Speech in Paris, May 1997.
 
#17
Did you see the picture of Cyclops sitting in the front row? His expression said it all 'I don't want to be here, I've got far more important things to do, I'm only here because it's expected of me'.
 
#18
It's OK he's a catholic now, one confession and it dosen't matter anymore, as he has been absolved
 
#19
re-stilly said:
It's OK he's a catholic now, one confession and it dosen't matter anymore, as he has been absolved
He needs reminding of what he has done every day he is on this planet.
Much as I believe the opposite, I hope his conscience troubles him until the day he dies.
 

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