Teflon Tony - Im only disliked in the UK


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Yup... of course Our Tone is loved all over the Middle East. :roll:

Its not just Tone that folks dislike, its the whole concept of New Labour and what it is is and has done the UK PLc over the past 12 years or so. For Tony to blame the meedja for his low popularity in the UK is a bit rich (hahah - Rich indeedy). The only folks who truly like him, are from New Labour mungs and the window likker faithful :roll: :wink:

Bwteen Teflon Tone, Pa Gollums McRuin-Broone, Mr Mendacious, 2-Shaggs, Hettie Harmone and all the other Halfwits of Neues Arbeits.... Its a wonder the country actually runs. It's more by good luck than good judgment after the devious New Labour pickpockets have been through our Pensions, our Pockets, our Everything Else.... 'Twunts' (now that is a good descriptor for Tone and his Pals, and Ex-Pals).

Did anyone actually Like Tone, or was it his boyish good looks, his charm and that grin that conned folks into believing the 'Bell-End' pish that he has preached for so long? :roll:
Hate him?

I think of headlice or fleas with more fondness and less disrespect, at least they don't know the misery they have caused.

Teflon Tony should be locked up at The Hague awaiting trial for warcrimes, IMHO.
If, and it's a big if, he is liked by foreigners, then it is because they never had him as their Prime Minister.
maguire said:

'Tony Blair has claimed it is only in the UK that he is disliked and that he is much more popular abroad.
The former Prime Minister has blamed the British press for his image at home and has defended his lucrative second career that has netted him millions since he quit politics.'

no, I'm sure you're loved throughout the middle east as well tone. really.
Answer given on children's forum in Ireland to the question "Why does nobody like me?"

"I don't know you but you do you lie, cheat or smell?

They are major reasons people take a dislike to people for. If none of those things apply it could be you try so hard & they get bored of you xx"
Dear Tony Blair,
I closely follow politics, I have done since Wilson. I used to think that Wilson/Heath/Callaghan were shit at the job, but you beat them hands down. A man without substance - just like your hopeless successor, Gordon Brown. I think you are a tw*t.
Only hated in the UK? Doesn't really matter, now he isn't getting to be President of the EU who cares what anybody else thinks of the dispicable piece of shite?

Just for clarity, I hate the cnut with a passion only rivalled by my desire to see Gordon Brown hanging from a Whitehall lampost.
rockpile said:
If, and it's a big if, he is liked by foreigners, then it is because they never had him as their Prime Minister.
Exactly. He has not as yet been able to inflict any suffering on the rest of Europe.
I'm sure it's only a matter of time. Apart from good ole GW, it's hard to think of a foreign leader who actually seemed to like him and I suspect that was more a case of liking control rather than liking Tony. As to general populations, the rest haven't got to know him. Lucky them.

In any case, "Only disliked in the UK" is factually inaccurate. I find it remarkably easy to loathe the man regardless of where I am.
The Telegraph said:
Describing his role, Mr Blair described himself as a “social entrepreneur”. He said: "I can engineer social change on my own terms, outside of a big government bureaucracy."
Well, who's responsible for the big government bureaucracy? Mong...
The Telegraph said:
Describing his role, Mr Blair described himself as a 「social entrepreneur」.
Is that a fancy term for 'cunt'?

Actually, come to think of it it probably is. I can't think of anything else it would actually mean in real English.
I think Phoney Tony's whistling in the dark here. He's been rumbled by folks all over the world, and not just since he left office. Even the infinitely malleable Angela Merkel said that he's the very last person she wanted to see as EU president.

As it’s Christmas, a seasonal quote for the cnut:

"I wear the chain I forged in life," replied the Ghost. "I made it link by link, and yard by yard; I girded it on of my own free will, and of my own free will I wore it. Is its pattern strange to you?"

"Or would you know," pursued the Ghost, "the weight and length of the strong coil you bear yourself? It was full as heavy and as long as this, seven Christmas Eves ago. And you have New Laboured on it, since. It is a ponderous chain!"


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