SS Tony Blair,rats leaving a sinking ship????

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This whole back story makes my blood boil. Add the Kinnocks and Prescott into the mix and it is abundantly clear these so-called Socialists don't need any lessons from the gentry they so despise in how to live the life of plenty.
cnuts the lot of them. Where are my hypertension tablets?
 
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Y'know, I am a reasonably easy going kind of chap and rarely get upset or allow my emotions to get out of control.

But whenever I see Blair (or indeed Brown) on the telly, or read about them in the papers or online, I am filled with a deep sense of loathing for them and most of what they stood for.

In the former world of British fair play, cricket and all that, Brown would have taken himself off to the small room and shot himself, leaving this mortal place with at least a little dignity, before all of his arrogant lunacies came to light after his election defeat. It says a lot about him that he still hangs on and draws his MP's salary even though he is often missing from his place of duty.

Blair, on the other hand, should have been shot out of hand.

There is still time.
 
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And the scum running to his defence are the same scum that accused Randy Andy of cashing in as the UK's trade ambassador...
Ah, because Andy's 'establishment', and therefore to be depised. It's 'different' when they do it - d'ya not see?

You just don't want to see the common man get on, that's your problem.

(Blair - Fettes, Oxford, then law. Ahem.)
 

maguire

LE
Book Reviewer
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meanwhile, on the tramp steamer Brown -

'The financial crisis this summer has been torture for him. His advice has been sought by leaders, but he wants to be leading from the front himself.'

nice to know he feels tortured...while we foot the bill. one eyed cnut.

Gordon Brown is convinced he's the only man who can save the world economy | Mail Online
I just cannot believe the bloody arrogance of these people, Brown, the best person to sort out the financial climate?

Please tell me this is a Wah.


Gadge
 

Wordsmith

LE
Book Reviewer
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Here's another piece of the puzzle.

Tony Blair's six secret visits to Gaddafi - Telegraph

Tony Blair’s close relationship to Colonel Muammar Gaddafi has come under fresh scrutiny after it emerged he had six private meetings with the dictator in the three years after he left Downing Street. Five of those meetings took place in a 14-month period before the release of Abdelbaset al-Megrahi, the Lockerbie bomber.
Mr Blair is coming under increasing pressure to make public details of all his meetings and discussions with Gaddafi. It follows the disclosure in The Sunday Telegraph last week that on at least two occasions Mr Blair flew to Tripoli on a private jet paid for by the Libyan regime.

Among the new meetings uncovered by this newspaper is a visit to Gaddafi in January 2009, when JP Morgan, the US investment bank which pays Mr Blair £2  million a year as a senior adviser, was trying to negotiate a deal between the Libyan Investment Authority (LIA) and a company run by the Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska, a friend of Lord Mandelson. The multi-billion dollar deal, which later fell through, would have seen the LIA provide a loan to Rusal, the world’s largest aluminium producer.
Here's the bit I really like.

This newspaper can also disclose that the Foreign Office granted a visa for Gaddafi’s daughter Hana to come to Britain last year, even though she was supposedly killed in a US bombing raid in 1986.
So this was concealed from the British public?

WTF!!!!!

Wordsmith
 
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I read these posts, knowing I am going to start a rant, feel angry, and want to do some serious damage to the door.

Every time I see the word Blair I want to know;

WHO THE **** VOTED FOR HIM? Its like post war Germany, nobody voted for the Nazis, and it is hard to find anyone who voted for Blair and his cohorts.

If he and the letterbox he calls his wife leave the country, and die today, I would hope the quasi Scotch twat was buried on foreign soil.

No I don't like him.
 

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