Our Savior Tony

#1
Is anyone else watching Bliar:The Inside Story?

Why the fcuk is the BBC putting on this utterly ass kissing piece of junk? So far it looks like justification for sainthood by documentary.

Edited to add: on BBC2
 
#3
Personally i'd rather gouge my own eyes out with a blunt serving spoon , than watch ANYTHING that in anyway gives the Glorious Leader anything in the way of publicity
It's all a ploy to make him and Frog gob more public friendly ,
for when Pa Broon finally gets the nerve up to stab him in the back and try and take over power
Tinfoil hat firmly tied under chin awaiting the Range rovers to come and take me away
 
#4
I'm just checking to see if I am in North Korea
 
#5
The clip with parkinson is testament to how Bliar is a true politician!! How the fcuk can he blame God for being a stupid Cnut!!!!!!!
 
#6
The clip with parkinson is testament to how Bliar is a true politician!! How the fcuk can he blame God for being a stupid Cnut!!!!!!!
 
#7
semper said:
I'm just checking to see if I am in North Korea
You're not but if this lot are allowed to carry on the way they are you'll begin to wish you were!
 
#9
Thank Christ that is over. I haven't watched anything quite as sycophantic in a long long time.

The BBC is a neutral and non partisan organisation? After this cr@p I can't say that with a straight face.

I would love to hear why a sitting PM is allowed to justify his actions without recourse to even a semblance of alternative views.

Someone from the BBC - please please justify yourself :pissedoff:
 
#13
Blair and the Labour party?
 
#14
Didn't watch it - I have genuine difficulty seeing or listening to politicians like that. Rather like the little portrait of G Adams which the BBC put on local TV this evening, with a grinning, sycophantic wee pygmy interviewing him on the trot. If Blair was being fawned over then I think I'd have been sick if I'd seen it.

But these things aren't broadcast randomly. There was a reason for it, and a reason for the slant on the man and his politics. That's the worrying thing.
 
#17
in_the_cheapseats said:
I would love to hear why a sitting PM is allowed to justify his actions without recourse to even a semblance of alternative views.
Precisely.

He's been questioned by Scotland Yard over cash for peerage, surely he has a moral duty to prove himself by his future actions and not edited clips of complete BS. I watched a couple of minutes but had to turn off.
 
#18
Greg Dyke must be screaming.
 
#19
O2Thief said:
in_the_cheapseats said:
I would love to hear why a sitting PM is allowed to justify his actions without recourse to even a semblance of alternative views.
Precisely.

He's been questioned by Scotland Yard over cash for peerage, surely he has a moral duty to prove himself by his future actions and not edited clips of complete BS. I watched a couple of minutes but had to turn off.
Bliar? Morals?
mind you same could be said about Neue Arbeit (the labourati)
 
#20
never mind, there looks like a good dose of anti bLiar on ITV tomorrow night "Confessions Of a Diary Secretary" looks like it could be as good as the 2 shows about Spunkett and bLiar
 

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