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The Wonderful World Of Tony Blair

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C4 8pm tonight.

Where did that £20m personal fortune come from..?

Pull up those armchairs.....

I, for one, will not be watching. I am interested in the content of the programme, but am worried that watching it will cause me to have an uncontrollable urge to kick the TV screen through. And its quite a new telly

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Thought it was 9…

You may well be right - i may have left out the Georgian Villa in Buckinghamshire and Cherie's latest buy!

Income of £2,000,000 from JP Morgan - one of his many income streams ..... hmmmm

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I, for one, will not be watching. I am interested in the content of the programme, but am worried that watching it will cause me to have an uncontrollable urge to kick the TV screen through. And its quite a new telly

Agreed. If somebody ever does get to him, I for one will, whether at work or even if it's the middle of the night, go and immediately have a beer. This is my pledge.

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You may well be right - i may have left out the Georgian Villa in Buckinghamshire and Cherie's latest buy!

Income of £2,000,000 from JP Morgan - one of his many income streams ..... hmmmm

Its nice to see a good 'Socialist' doing well for themselves isnt it...

He is beyond the snout in trough level - he is more of a Tory than anyone in the Conservative party could ever dream of being.

And yet I know many intergenerational Labour supporters who will still see not an ill word said against him - just shows how good he was at brainwashing too.

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Agreed. If somebody ever does get to him, I for one will, whether at work or even if it's the middle of the night, go and immediately have a beer. This is my pledge.

Only beer. I will be cracking open the champagne if that loathsome, simpering, mendacious toad ever gets squashed. Sadly Blair appears to have the luck of the devil on his side, quite probably because that is where he had sold his soul.

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listening to him speak at the chilcot inquiry you'd have to admire his ability to present his version of events.

an outstanding advocate. but a trully dreadful human being

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listening to him speak at the chilcot inquiry you'd have to admire his ability to present his version of events.

an outstanding advocate. but a trully dreadful human being

I feel the same about Blair as I feel about Gerry Adams and Martin McGuinness. They are all living on borrowed time...

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Agreed. If somebody ever does get to him, I for one will, whether at work or even if it's the middle of the night, go and immediately have a beer. This is my pledge.

I have a bottle of St Emilion Grand Cru put by for my celebratory drink. I will raise a glass and think of you and so many others doing the same.

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Only beer. I will be cracking open the champagne if that loathsome, simpering, mendacious toad ever gets squashed. Sadly Blair appears to have the luck of the devil on his side, quite probably because that is where he had sold his soul.

Here are the views of Tony Blair about the EU.

1. `Above all, the European Economic Community takes away Britain's freedom to follow the sort of economic policies we need.'

Tony Blair, writing in his personal manifesto when standing for Parliament in Beaconsfield in 1982

2. `We'll negotiate a withdrawal from the EEC which has drained our natural resources and destroyed jobs.'

Tony Blair, pledging his opposition to the EEC when standing for Parliament in Sedgefield in 1983

3. `On the day we remember the legend that St George slayed a dragon to protect England, some would argue that there is another dragon to be slayed: Europe.'

Tony Blair, in patriotic and vote winning mood on St George's Day 1997 in an interview with 'The Sun' newspaper

4. `I am a passionate pro-European. I always have been.'

Tony Blair, speaking to the EU Parliament in 2005

Taken from http://www.vernoncoleman.com/herearetheviews.htm

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Agreed. If somebody ever does get to him, I for one will, whether at work or even if it's the middle of the night, go and immediately have a beer. This is my pledge.

Although not something I would wish on many people, I also will raise a glass.

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listening to him speak at the chilcot inquiry you'd have to admire his ability to present his version of events.

an outstanding advocate. but a trully dreadful human being

Not such a great or outstanding advocate really. The Chilcot enquiry had all the clout and intelligence of a limp lettuce, and Blair got away with murder (literally). He's actually not very bright, and it requires a bright, alive, penetrating advocate to catch him at his own game. Tonight's programme got halfway, but concentrated too much on the "quartet" and the conflicts of interest within. Tony Blair's WHOLE political life has been a conflict of interest. He needs to be tracked down and interviewed by someone (NOT the BBC) who is prepared not to be obsequious or to avoid salient questions.

Blair's entourage and "security" ring of course prevent such questioning. The programme was not very effective, but there was a shot of him with Kissinger, the other famous war criminal, at the world "economic forum", and that tells you all you need to know.

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Agreed. If somebody ever does get to him, I for one will, whether at work or even if it's the middle of the night, go and immediately have a beer. This is my pledge.

I'll quite happily buy you champagne :)...! Edited to add that after reading the other posts about celebratory drinks, we may as well hold a street party!

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Not such a great or outstanding advocate really. The Chilcot enquiry had all the clout and intelligence of a limp lettuce, and Blair got away with murder (literally). He's actually not very bright, and it requires a bright, alive, penetrating advocate to catch him at his own game. Tonight's programme got halfway, but concentrated too much on the "quartet" and the conflicts of interest within. Tony Blair's WHOLE political life has been a conflict of interest. He needs to be tracked down and interviewed by someone (NOT the BBC) who is prepared not to be obsequious or to avoid salient questions.

Blair's entourage and "security" ring of course prevent such questioning. The programme was not very effective, but there was a shot of him with Kissinger, the other famous war criminal, at the world "economic forum", and that tells you all you need to know.

...now ...he is ...the unacceptable face of politics ...although many of his former colleagues have tried to emulate and feed at the same trough.... :rolleyes:

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...now ...he is ...the unacceptable face of politics ...although many of his former colleagues have tried to emulate and feed at the same trough.... :rolleyes:

i cant see how this is any kind of suprise to anyone though ? tony blair being bent and on the take.

now, gordon browns private life would be more interesting. tony was a cheesy geezer. slick. very american. already had the master plan. gordon only was his link into labour and his ticket in to pay his mates back. tony waved and palms were greased, then gordon wanted his turn, but gordon was so dumb, he hadnt realised the train was totally wrecked. thats how stupid the man was. and that would make better tv.

ive met more intelligent people in the most lowly jobs that had more sense than gordon brown.

at least with tony blair you knew you were getting a *******.

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Well I might have a pint or two for Blair or Brown.

And maybe a bottle of whisky for Thatcher.

But I'd wake up in a house full of empty bottles, wearing nowt but handcuffs, a traffic cone on my head, and the words "ding dong the witch is dead" tattooed across my @rse cheeks if it was Peter Mandelson...

XYY

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Well I might have a pint or two for Blair or Brown.

And maybe a bottle of whisky for Thatcher.

But I'd wake up in a house full of empty bottles, wearing nowt but handcuffs, a traffic cone on my head, and the words "ding dong the witch is dead" tattooed across my @rse cheeks if it was Peter Mandelson...

XYY

yes it ewas. but the words written on your ass would be n.kinnock.

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Blair was fairly fondly portrayed in sweden. I then moved here and started to appreciate what a sleazeball he is/was. Yesterday's programme removed any doubt about what an absolute self serving lying egomaniac he is.

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Well I might have a pint or two for Blair or Brown.

And maybe a bottle of whisky for Thatcher.

But I'd wake up in a house full of empty bottles, wearing nowt but handcuffs, a traffic cone on my head, and the words "ding dong the witch is dead" tattooed across my @rse cheeks if it was Peter Mandelson...

XYY

Made me laugh - couldn't agree more

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Tony Blair's business operations are under scrutiny after the departure from his investment firm of a high-profile banker with connections to some of the world's richest investors and the revelation that the former prime minister secured big deals in the Middle East.

Looks like the wheels on his bus are starting to come off..........

Will the BBC and other MSN pick up on this story...Course they won't......But the 'heat' is being bevied up in other areas....

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.

Bit I loved about the Telegraph story was.....

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.

Which proves beyond all measure of doubt that the Government conceals facts as it so wishes from the UK public.

Lets hope investigative journalism can get to the bottom of this. Does JP Morgan have any interest in BP and its Libyan oil contracts? Did Blair orchestrate the release of Abdelbaset al-Megrahi in return for those contracts?

With any luck we could get a BOGOF here!! If Blair can be brought down it follows that the lying Scottish Git would have to fall on his sword as well.

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