Tony Blair Next President of Europe?

#1
The mind boggles. (Sorry. It's from the SUN) :omg:

President Blair ‘within weeks’
By GRAEME WILSON
Deputy Political Editor
Published: Today



TONY Blair is set to be made the first President of Europe in weeks, The Sun can reveal.

He will be nominated by EU leaders in Brussels if, as expected, Ireland backs the hated Lisbon Treaty in tomorrow's referendum.

A senior Government source said: "If we get a 'Yes' vote it will all move very, very quickly. Tony could be named by the end of October."
The leaders of the EU's 27 nations, not the voters, will choose the president.

Former PM Mr Blair would not formally take up the powerful position until all EU countries ratified the Treaty.

Even if Ireland votes "Yes", Poland and the Czech Republic are still to decide. But Sweden, which currently holds the EU presidency, wants a president named by the end of this month - and Mr Blair is favourite.
Asked if Mr Blair was the only real candidate, French Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner replied: "For the moment, indeed."

A senior French diplomat added: "Who will dare say no to Tony Blair?" He played down concerns about Mr Blair's support for the Iraq War.
The revelations came as Tory leader David Cameron said his party would think again about a referendum on the Treaty if every EU country approves it.

If all don't, he vowed to hold a national vote on the issue.
He said: "If the Germans ratify, if the Poles ratify, if the Czechs ratify, if the Irish vote 'Yes' to the Treaty, then a new set of circumstances (apply), and I will address those at the time."

g.wilson@the-sun.co.uk

:omfg:
 
#2
So where is that application to emigrate gone time to dust it off and look for a democracy to live in.
 
#5
vvaannmmaann said:
And will The Wide Mouth Frog be "assisting" him?
How many times do I have to remind posters that Cherry Bliar will be Empress of the European Soviet Union and she will expect Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II to cede precedence and to curtsy to her.

If there was ever an overriding reason to quit the corrupt European Soviet Union then this is it. Come on Mr. Cameron - your move.

An organisation that is so corrupt and badly run; so unaccountable; incapable of having its finances audited, would never think twice about selecting in an undemocratic way, a war-monger and a man tinged with sleaze (Mandelson; Eccleston; BAe; Cash for Honours; dodgy voting arrangements; dodgy friends and advisors) such as Bliar - a vacuous opportunist, more 'wanabee' pop-star than politician. Maybe the enquiry into the 'goings on' at BAe will implicate Bliar, but even so, that would only be in keeping with the corruption levels of the European Soviet Union.

PS: When Bliar is 'anointed' watch Mandelson scuttle of back to the Brussels trough.
 
#6
lsquared said:
vvaannmmaann said:
And will The Wide Mouth Frog be "assisting" him?
How many times do I have to remind posters that Cherry Bliar will be Empress of the European Soviet Union and she will expect Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II to cede precedence and to curtsy to her.

If there was ever an overriding reason to quit the corrupt European Soviet Union then this is it. Come on Mr. Cameron - your move.

An organisation that is so corrupt and badly run; so unaccountable; incapable of having its finances audited, would never think twice about selecting in an undemocratic way, a war-monger and a man tinged with sleaze (Mandelson; Eccleston; BAe; Cash for Honours; dodgy voting arrangements; dodgy friends and advisors) such as Bliar - a vacuous opportunist, more 'wanabee' pop-star than politician. Maybe the enquiry into the 'goings on' at BAe will implicate Bliar, but even so, that would only be in keeping with the corruption levels of the European Soviet Union.

PS: When Bliar is 'anointed' watch Mandelson scuttle of back to the Brussels trough.[/quote]

or just back scuttle us for even longer than he has been
 
#7
Can't get rid of Bliar, can't get rid of Mandleson. Fcuk me, New Labour, the b@stards just keep coming back 8O

Mark my words, if Cyclops does get re-elected (still possible by the way :omg: ) what's the odds on Cherie becoming Baroness Bliar and getting some position in government (how about next attorney general when Baroness Scotland goes off to 'spend more time with her family' 8O )

Shower of cnuts!
 
#8
doc80905 said:
Can't get rid of Bliar, can't get rid of Mandleson. Fcuk me, New Labour, the b@stards just keep coming back 8O

Mark my words, if Cyclops does get re-elected (still possible by the way :omg: ) what's the odds on Cherie becoming Baroness Bliar and getting some position in government (how about next attorney general when Baroness Scotland goes off to 'spend more time with her family' 8O )

Shower of cnuts!
Thought the wide mouth frog despised all things of en-noblement, or was, as with the majority of labour, only when they were not titled themselves
 

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LE
Book Reviewer
#9
I wonder if he might nominate himself to be the first 'Kennedy' of Europe.
 
#10
Conrad_Cock said:
Thought the wide mouth frog despised all things of en-noblement, or was, as with the majority of labour, only when they were not titled themselves
I think she's probably about as principled as the rest of the New Labour crowd in that respect! She'd no doubt give it the 'doing it to serve my country' patter as if becoming enobled a hardship to her.

Honestly, I can see it happening!
 
#11
doc80905 said:
Conrad_Cock said:
Thought the wide mouth frog despised all things of en-noblement, or was, as with the majority of labour, only when they were not titled themselves
I think she's probably about as principled as the rest of the New Labour crowd in that respect! She'd no doubt give it the 'doing it to serve my country' patter as if becoming enobled a hardship to her.

Honestly, I can see it happening!
Blimey, the word honestly and a New Labour character on the same page a shock to the system
 
#12
This thread subject is the epitome of "Read it and weep".

Y'know, sometimes I can actually see the attraction of living under the "Dear Leader".
 
#14
TopBadger said:
Great... A president I can't elect. Yeay democracy. I trust its just a figurehead role, with no real power?
Come on most of the power positions are filled by non-elected chums of each other
 

Biped

LE
Book Reviewer
#16
lsquared said:
Yet still our Irish neighbours are expected to vote 'Yes' in their referendum.

We must be living in a collective nightmare!
It gets better. McGuinness was quote as saying that Blair was the best thing to happen to Ireland for 100 years. He said this while stood outside the same Grand Hotel in Brighton that his oppos blew up and that he was invited to by Labour.

If the IRA reckon Blair's a good guy, there's your answer.
 
#17
Can some one please tell me when we last lived in a democracy. We don't seem to have a choice on any major decisions that affect everyone. We are ridden roughshod over, the "ruling elite" couldn't give a flying f uck about us as long as we return them to the money trough.

I am seriously thinking that revolution is the only way forward
 
#19
Biped said:
I wonder if he might nominate himself to be the first 'Kennedy' of Europe.
Who knows. One thing I do know however is that while you and Isquared bitch and whine from behind your computers, you'll never nominate yourselves to be the next Oswald.
 
#20
Might be a rush to voluteer dor that job
 

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