Mr Blair - not looking particularly well...

#4
I wonder if this'll make him feel any better, poor lamb:

http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2009/dec/01/mystery-tony-blair-finances

The mystery of Tony Blair's finances

Since Tony Blair stepped down, he has received millions of pounds from an unusual mixture of income streams. His financial affairs have been described as 'Byzantine' and 'opaque'. Can you shed any light on them?
The former prime minister Tony Blair has received millions of pounds through an unusual mixture of commercial, charitable and religious income streams. Since he stepped down from office in 2007, his financial affairs have been described by observers as "Byzantine" and "opaque". The Guardian is now launching an online competition offering a prize to the person who can shine the brightest light on those financial structures.

Blair has a commercial consultancy, called Tony Blair Associates, plus jobs advising a US bank and a Swiss insurer. He has a multimillion pound book deal. He also has a charity, the Tony Blair Africa Governance Initiative, and another called the Tony Blair Faith Foundation. But much of the income, which includes charitable donations from other sources, has been funnelled through a structure called Windrush Ventures No 3 Limited Partnership. Our contest asks: what is Windrush?
 
#5
Mr Blair - not looking particularly well... Good! I hope he is in pain! I also hope he has transmitted it to his awful wife.

PS: Yes - I am an evil bastard - however, I did not reduce a great nation to a province of Europe.

I did not take a great nation to war - illegally.

I did not involve a great nation in an historically 'stupid' military adventure.

I did not fail to control a psychotic Chancellor of the Exchequer.

I did not lie about: 'Education; Eduction; Education'.

I did not 'politicise' the Civil Service for my own advantage.

I did not 'politicise' the Police for my own advantage.

I did not fill Whitehall full of 'advisers' who were allied to my party.

I did not destroy large parts of the nation's 'fabric' and history.

I did not fill the House of Lords with my friends and cronies.

I did not sit idly by whilst my 'Deputy' made a fool of the government.

I did not happily stand bv whilst my 'best friend' twice disgraced himself.

I did not cry: 'Tough on crime; and tough on the causes of crime'.

I did not allow myself to become a 'glove puppet' for a foreign leader.

I did permit my wife to become as despised a person as ever was.

I did not preside over the 'end' of the United Kingdom.

I did not 'sell' the nation to Europe for my own advantage.

I did not permit the assumption of my role by an incompetent.

I was NOT the worst and most incompetent prime minister ever.
 
#6
Looking ill? Not really.

Looking worried? You bet.
 
#7
If you look at his palor and his eyes, in combination with his anxious look and slightly forward body possition, I suspect that he building up to getting a nasty case of the sucking wounds. :clap:
 
#8
I hope it's cancer. What's the most painful type of cancer? I hope it's that.

And I hope there's a drug that gives a sender hope of a cure, but makes it impossible to take painkillers. And I hope it lasts a long time.

Basically, I don't believe in Hell but even if i did, I'd still prefer him to do his eternity of suffering here on Earth.
 

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#9
Please do not let him die - easily.

I want to see him devastated and suffering from the worst known to man before being found guilty by all and those he purports to believe in and then being hanged, drawn and quartered (publicly). Then let him die by all means if he is not well. Otherwise let us just torture him - to death.
 
#10
smartascarrots said:
I hope it's cancer. What's the most painful type of cancer? I hope it's that.

And I hope there's a drug that gives a sender hope of a cure, but makes it impossible to take painkillers. And I hope it lasts a long time.

Basically, I don't believe in Hell but even if i did, I'd still prefer him to do his eternity of suffering here on Earth.
I hope the only cure is a drug that NICE have decided is too expensive to allow on the NHS for everyday folk. He can afford it so let's hope the drug costs him everything.
 
#12
Whatever the case may be,I am sure Mr. Blair will get the best care Private medicine can offer.No 'Golden Hour' worries for him!
 
#13
What goes around comes around.... with any luck we can soon be saying au revoir to the self appointed demi-god Bliar. Maybe there is a God after all.... wreak your revenge of Holy One!
 
#14
lsquared said:
I was NOT the worst and most incompetent prime minister ever.
As bad as TB was for as long as he was, I think Brown has been worse and far more incompetent..
 
#15
Huh.... just how can you differentitate between poo and shit then? They both look and smell the same!
 
#16
He ain't called Teflon Tony for nothing!
Whatever happens, I would bet you a pound to a penny, he will get away with it!
 
#18
Looking ill, er No
Looking worried, very doubtful

The smug git will have been well briefed by plenty of proffessionals once the Inquiry was confirmed, starting from his BB** of a wife in how to tackle & deal with the forthcoming Question session he will undertake in sometime 2010, TB has plenty of experience within this field & his proposed convincing statement will probably be:

"In my honest opinion I believed I was doing the right thing"

He has handled many a HoP Question time grilling, from PMQ's and beyond, he is different to GB in the fact Smug Bliar does'nt struggle under the media conflict glare, but I hope the panel go to town with him!

As no-one is under oath, he will sit there cover his own arse every step of the way,
 
#19
Rumpelstiltskin said:
I wonder if this'll make him feel any better, poor lamb:

http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2009/dec/01/mystery-tony-blair-finances

The mystery of Tony Blair's finances

Since Tony Blair stepped down, he has received millions of pounds from an unusual mixture of income streams. His financial affairs have been described as 'Byzantine' and 'opaque'. Can you shed any light on them?
The former prime minister Tony Blair has received millions of pounds through an unusual mixture of commercial, charitable and religious income streams. Since he stepped down from office in 2007, his financial affairs have been described by observers as "Byzantine" and "opaque". The Guardian is now launching an online competition offering a prize to the person who can shine the brightest light on those financial structures.

Blair has a commercial consultancy, called Tony Blair Associates, plus jobs advising a US bank and a Swiss insurer. He has a multimillion pound book deal. He also has a charity, the Tony Blair Africa Governance Initiative, and another called the Tony Blair Faith Foundation. But much of the income, which includes charitable donations from other sources, has been funnelled through a structure called Windrush Ventures No 3 Limited Partnership. Our contest asks: what is Windrush?
Somebody should try asking him about brown envelopes.
The most crooked piece of turd to inhabit politics in many a year (and he has tough competition for that title).
Or perhaps try asking how much he was worth in 1997 and compare it to how much he was worth when Brown took the reigns.
Maybe even have a closer look at his links with Sovereign Stratergy.

I'll quie happily say it, Blair took backhanders whilst in No10.

On the health score, I hope the cnut is suffering in agony with something non fatal. I would hate to see the piece of shite escapejustice by kicking the bucket.
I firmly believe that Blair will get his just deserts for his treachery and corruption.
 
#20
bluntslane said:
lsquared said:
I was NOT the worst and most incompetent prime minister ever.
As bad as TB was for as long as he was, I think Brown has been worse and far more incompetent..
agreed.
 

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