Tutu snubs Blair.Refuses to attend same event as him.

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#2
Blair should have refused to attend the event because of Tutu's position regarding Hamas. It's a bit like the pot calling the kettle a ****.
 
#3
Just seen it , funny as ten. It had to happen sometime, and it couldn't happen to a nastier piece of work. Well done Des.
 
#7
Given Blairs stance on Iraq,Tutu refuses to attend same event.
As a bonus Blair has been warned he faces arrest by a Muslin group if he shows up. I assume his £400k per annum CP team will be sufficient to protect him?
By 'Muslin group' I assume they are people who work with cloth or something?

Joking aside, can a political party arrest someone? Surely it is the Police who do that..
 
#8
By 'Muslin group' I assume they are people who work with cloth or something?

Joking aside, can a political party arrest someone? Surely it is the Police who do that..
Who cares? If only someone gave the **** a small measure of what he deserves it could just be two blokes sharing a hat and it wouldn't bother me.

Well done Dessie.
 
#11
when his ninjas were looking the other way.........
From what I gathered from a couple of Labour apparatchiks at a reception a few years back, they'd probably look the other way on purpose. When they were in No 10, Cherie used reputedly to send the CP people out for groceries and not give them the money, use them as babyminders, even tried to make them cook the dinner. I can't imagine they've got any more popular in the meantime.
 
#15
With a bit of luck Julian Assange will have a flatmate soon; that should be fun to watch.
 
#16
Tbf how much would you have to pay someone to be armed in Saint tonys presence.
And not empty the magazine into,the back of his head while laughing .
 
#17
When they were in No 10, Cherie used reputedly to send the CP people out for groceries and not give them the money, use them as babyminders, even tried to make them cook the dinner. I can't imagine they've got any more popular in the meantime.
Refused to stand up in the presence of royalty or curtsey, and yet acts more royal than the royals themselves... she makes it very easy to despise her, doesn't she?
 
#19
So how did St. Desmond get on with Winnie Mandela and her necklacing squads?
 

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